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Old 01-19-2016, 10:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Since 2000, there had been no big star. Why?

According to my theory, big labels do not allow it, fearing that the artists will be decided. Labels want to dominate the music industry and simply afraid of the big stars. Why since 2000, did not show up one particularly significant in music, just as it did in the 90s?
In the 90s it was very much respected artists in various genres: Radiohead, Eminem, Tool, Massive Attack, Type O Negative, Rage Against The Machine, Portishead. I can't mention all important bands... but now?
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Old 01-19-2016, 10:35 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Kendrick and Kanye come to mind. Everyone takes the piss on Kanye but he's still wildly popular musically.
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Huh?

Taylor Swift
Adele ...
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Old 01-19-2016, 10:44 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Probably has something to do with artists just stopping making good music since 1990
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As a link to his music is under his post.

And, is Nirvana one of those ones that don't need to be mentioned? Because you can't mention 90's importance without Nirvana.

Kanye. e's being enjoying success ever since The Colledge Dropout, and now he's one of the most famous musicians ever. No joke. Even music sites and magazines admit that MBDTF is one of the greatest albums ever made. Can't really think of anyone who'd fit the bill for the 00's.

Some bigger ones I can name are Arcade Fire, Muse, Gorillaz, Coldplay (I've seen music sites go ballistic over them), and Daft Punk, but they aren't on the same level as Kanye in terms of stardom. Would competition itself have something to do with it? Does competition itself sell?
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As a link to his music is under his post.
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That's right, whoever said I was trying to make good music
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Betelgeuse and Antares are pretty big stars...


Though in fairness, they're not like they used to be in the nineties. Hardly ever hear any music from them....
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@Frown: Pretty sure Mondo was being sarcastic, but maybe you're just being facetious.

OP: Since you mention Radiohead, many would argue that they released their best material after the turn of the millennium, so they could just as well be considered an important 2000s band as a 90s one. But I guess you're talking about artists that emerged since the year 2000?
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@Frown: Pretty sure Mondo was being sarcastic, but maybe you're just being facetious.

OP: Since you mention Radiohead, many would argue that they released their best material after the turn of the millennium, so they could just as well be considered an important 2000s band as a 90s one. But I guess you're talking about artists that emerged since the year 2000?
Facetious?? FROWNLAND??? Surely you jest!
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