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View Poll Results: What is your Favorite style of rock
Classic 21 16.03%
Goth 2 1.53%
Heavy Metal 30 22.90%
Punk 15 11.45%
Hair Metal 1 0.76%
Rap/Rock 1 0.76%
Alternative 32 24.43%
Prog 29 22.14%
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Old 12-13-2006, 11:41 PM   #241 (permalink)
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^ Welcome to MB, TheWaitingRoom

Have you heard of a Japanese band called Te' ? They're some very strong post-rock, I'd give you the album name but it's really long and Japanese haha.

Edit: Ah found it, "Naraba, imi kara kaihou sareta hibiki ha ''oto'' no sekai no shinen wo kataru".
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Old 12-12-2008, 10:03 AM   #242 (permalink)
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well I voted prog, but really I don't believe that such a style exists. I think it's called progressive because it sounds like anything performed before
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I really feel that post-rock should be considered in this...
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Old 12-12-2008, 03:32 PM   #244 (permalink)
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I really feel that post-rock should be considered in this...
You'd put that under alternative.
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You'd put that under alternative.
I think it's more a important subgenre than rap-rock or hair metal, but oh well... i went Alternative.
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I really feel that post-rock should be considered in this...
well it's called post-rock cause it's not rock. it's music after rock, like when we say post-war.
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well it's called post-rock cause it's not rock. it's music after rock, like when we say post-war.
Technically I suppose, but it really has essentially all elements of rock and roll... the term post rock seems a bit off.
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I voted Punk. True Punk is raw, simple, pure emotion, not over produced, even has poor sound quality sometimes. Like Black Flag, Misfits, Ramones, Bad Religion, Dead Kennedys.
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Old 12-13-2008, 01:03 AM   #249 (permalink)
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well it's called post-rock cause it's not rock. it's music after rock, like when we say post-war.
Saying it's not rock would be awfully pretentious. Its sound is definitely no less rock than dozens of other obscure sub-genres that have been previously categorized under rock (see the sound of Krautrock bands like Can, Neu and so forth - often a lot more "post-rock" than the bands these days grouped under that heading).

"Post-genre", when used these days, does not seem to really exclude the music from fitting into that genre. Look at "post-hardcore" music. It's still essentially hardcore, the real idea being that it's merely moved on from what hardcore typically once was.
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Old 12-17-2008, 09:45 PM   #250 (permalink)
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probably post-rock...
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