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Old 12-06-2010, 11:31 AM   #121 (permalink)
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I guess they hate house.
Still, if you're on the internet a lot then you wern't born in the wrong generation.
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Old 12-06-2010, 11:54 AM   #122 (permalink)
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I guess they hate house.
Still, if you're on the internet a lot then you wern't born in the wrong generation.
Touche

Though Brooklyn's got a lot more than House music going on.
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Old 12-06-2010, 01:43 PM   #123 (permalink)
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Touche +2. Perhaps the indie is so quiet and subtle that they haven't noticed it.
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Old 12-06-2010, 02:40 PM   #124 (permalink)
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Touche +2. Perhaps the indie is so quiet and subtle that they haven't noticed it.
I'm going with he's 13 and the idea of "free love" translates into getting laid.

Jimi Hendrix ain't no Jack White. Tell your friends, tell your family, and tell your coworkers because Jack White's rapin' everyone out here.

Seriously though, part of puberty these days is to jerk off to their parents in tie-dye with torn up jeans. I don't get it but I guess thats what being a kid today means. I'd be less offended by it if they didn't try to sell me on The Beatles like:

A. I'd never heard them.
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D. They are so good that living then is better than living now.
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Old 12-06-2010, 03:48 PM   #125 (permalink)
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To be honest, I'm not getting this 90's love. I vaguely remember the tail-end of it and it wasn't much fun music-wise.Those bands Violent & Funky and TheCunningStunt listed were very much a niche taste you would have only known about within a specific loop, especially pre-internet.
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Old 12-06-2010, 04:11 PM   #126 (permalink)
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To be honest, I'm not getting this 90's love. I vaguely remember the tail-end of it and it wasn't much fun music-wise.Those bands Violent & Funky and TheCunningStunt listed were very much a niche taste you would have only known about within a specific loop, especially pre-internet.
Well, right? Thats the problem with the 60's.

Of course no one wants the segregation, or the lack of technology, or the soviet union back, but you know...the ****ing Yardbirds...yeah man. Jeff Beck was the ****...

The past has always sucked and will always sucked. This is the best of all possible times to be alive.
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Old 12-06-2010, 05:14 PM   #127 (permalink)
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To be honest, I'm not getting this 90's love. I vaguely remember the tail-end of it and it wasn't much fun music-wise.Those bands Violent & Funky and TheCunningStunt listed were very much a niche taste you would have only known about within a specific loop, especially pre-internet.
You only knew about RCHP, Weezer, or Green Day if you were in a specific loop in the 90s? Was this loop the "own a television" niche?
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I was born in the late 80s. Wish I would've been born in the early 80s or late 70s, just so I could been older while going through the 90s. Probably would've appreciated it more at the time, which would have been awesome because I love a lot of 90s music, but going to a show now is a lot different than seeing those same bands back in the 90s.

I'll give a lot of love to the 90s. Just a weird time musically. I feel like everything now tha tis popular or mainstream is pretty much directed towards partying/club music. Nothing wrong with partying, but I just don't see bands like Smashing Pumpkins anymore...Or old Green Day, or RATM, or definetly not Nirvana

90s had a lot of crap like Hanson, Macarena, Who Let the Dogs Out, etc but there were also a lot of one hit wonders that I thought were awesome (Duncan Sheik - Barely Breathing for example). Bands like Third Eye Blind, Counting Crows, Matchbox 20, etc were all bands I liked.

Plus 90s is the true golden age of hip hop. Damn, west coast and east coast blew up in the 90s. The list goes on of classic albums and artists... So yeah, 90s pretty much ruled musically despite the boy bands and rise of pop princesses like Britney and christina
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Old 12-06-2010, 06:19 PM   #129 (permalink)
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Jesus, what the hell is with the 90's love?

I thought the 00's were really great.
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Jesus, what the hell is with the 90's love?

I thought the 00's were really great.
You a rap fan? 90s is my favorite decade musically just because that's the golden era of hip hop in my opinion. So much greatness came out of the 90s from a rap perspective.
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