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Posted 6/13/16 , edited 6/13/16

M-chann wrote:

90's all the way


yeah, en entire decade of grunge, punk, and alternative rock. What could be better?

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Posted 7/24/16 , edited 7/24/16
My favorite would have to be the 60s. The 60s just had such a diverse range of music and it sounded amazing.
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Posted 10/26/17 , edited 10/27/17
I think it's an exciting time to be alive. Music evolving always fascinates me.
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Posted 10/26/17 , edited 10/27/17
late 80s to 90s rock.
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Posted 11/6/17 , edited 11/6/17
The 80s mostly.
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Posted 11/6/17 , edited 11/6/17
I like the 80's but i like the modern too
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Posted 11/6/17 , edited 11/6/17
for me the early 90s and down is great, all the way back to the 60s and 50s, even classical from days gone by, something went wrong with music past mid to late 90s. it's harder and harder to find good music anymore.
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Posted 11/8/17 , edited 11/8/17
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Posted 11/8/17 , edited 11/8/17
Out of that narrow list, most definitely the 70s. I really like the 60s, as well. I'm typically not a big fan of electronic components in music beyond hammond organ and electric guitar/bass. Music in the 80s and beyond became too electronic for me. I also like the variety of instruments used so commonly in even the biggest hits of the 60s/70s. All of the winds, brass, and strings.

Nevertheless, there is still music appealing to me being made today. I just have to look for it. Believe it or not, I'd put the 00s and 10s over the 80s and 90s for that reason. Even though I'm technically a 90s kid the 90s is just such a forgettable decade for me.
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Posted 11/8/17 , edited 11/8/17
Most of the music I listen to is probably spread over the last 500 years or so, but I guess that means that this last millennium has been pretty good for music, overall.
I guess the 70s were okay, though that's when all the 'popular' people got moody and did a lot of drugs. The 80s weren't bad, if you cherry pick hard enough, and the 90s is when the record studios managed to finally put all their slaves back in their pens, only for the Internet to get 'big'. I think they're still a bit sore about that.
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Posted 11/11/17 , edited 11/11/17
Late eighties/early nineties then sixties
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Posted 11/11/17 , edited 11/11/17

nonspecificscientific wrote:

Late eighties/early nineties then sixties


people think I'm insane when I give the same exact answer. Who are your favorite bands?
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Posted 11/11/17 , edited 11/12/17

ChristSenpai wrote:


nonspecificscientific wrote:

Late eighties/early nineties then sixties


people think I'm insane when I give the same exact answer. Who are your favorite bands?


My Bloody Valentine, Loop, JAMC, Ride, Lush, etc. (basically, the noisier side of the Shoegaze genre)

Sonic Youth and Yo La Tengo in the States. GBV, too.
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Posted 11/11/17 , edited 11/12/17

nonspecificscientific wrote:


ChristSenpai wrote:


nonspecificscientific wrote:

Late eighties/early nineties then sixties


people think I'm insane when I give the same exact answer. Who are your favorite bands?


My Bloody Valentine, Loop, JAMC, Ride, Lush, etc. (basically, the noisier side of the Shoegaze genre)

Sonic Youth and Yo La Tengo in the States. GBV, too.


You have a REALLY similar taste in music to my roommate
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Posted 11/11/17 , edited 11/12/17

ChristSenpai wrote:


nonspecificscientific wrote:


ChristSenpai wrote:


nonspecificscientific wrote:

Late eighties/early nineties then sixties


people think I'm insane when I give the same exact answer. Who are your favorite bands?


My Bloody Valentine, Loop, JAMC, Ride, Lush, etc. (basically, the noisier side of the Shoegaze genre)

Sonic Youth and Yo La Tengo in the States. GBV, too.


You have a REALLY similar taste in music to my roommate


What bands do you stick to from that era?
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