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Old 05-11-2009, 08:21 PM #43
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I don't like most country, but I have a serious soft spot for Allison Krauss.
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Old 05-11-2009, 08:35 PM #44
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It's a good thing Allison Krauss is a folk singer then.
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In highschool my best friend and I were both into metal. I remember listening to metallica maiden and slayer thinking it was the best **** ever.

Than my buddy started getting in to harder **** like TBDM and JFAC (before they sucked). I was all like "why the **** is everyone screaming." and hes like "just listen". Whenever we were in his car he woud blast the hard stuff.

It took a year of that but I finally got in to it.
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Old 05-11-2009, 08:47 PM #46
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In highschool my best friend and I were both into metal. I remember listening to metallica maiden and slayer thinking it was the best **** ever.

Than my buddy started getting in to harder **** like TBDM and JFAC (before they sucked). I was all like "why the **** is everyone screaming." and hes like "just listen". Whenever we were in his car he woud blast the hard stuff.

It took a year of that but I finally got in to it.
See, with this post right here, I am suppressing my urge to suggest better bands than TBDM and JFAC. I would consider this extremely cursory exposure to death metal and grindcore, bordering on no exposure at all (assuming that is what most of those two bands' fans classify them as).
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Old 05-11-2009, 09:01 PM #47
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See, with this post right here, I am suppressing my urge to suggest better bands than TBDM and JFAC. I would consider this extremely cursory exposure to death metal and grindcore, bordering on no exposure at all (assuming that is what most of those two bands' fans classify them as).
I did the same thing, lol.
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Old 05-11-2009, 09:15 PM #48
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ShinySombrero, writing off entire genres with decades of growth and innovation isn't something I'd ever recommend doing. I don't really enjoy country, and my taste in rap is pretty limited, but neither "sucks". There's a difference between enjoying something on a personal level and giving credit where it's due for artistic innovation.
I was joking like the myspace kids who write that under thier music section and **** like that, christ. Although I dont like rap, country is my guilty pleasure
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Old 05-11-2009, 09:34 PM #49
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there's something else operative there...non-musical. as a culture, punk is anti-capitalism. green day capitalized off some pop bastardization of that culture and sold it to people who had no knowledge of that real culture. that spawned loads of unauthentic "punk" bands which ****ed up the music genre and culture.
hmm. yeah, I think you've got a fair point there, as punk has been a cultural movement as much as a musical one

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as an elitist, i'm always searching for that rawness and realness...

ov3rmind: well put.
that's the part I'd debate: I'd use "different" instead of "don't do it nearly as well"

this might not be as universal across genres as I thought, as I'm admittedly pretty ignorant when it comes to punk or metal
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Old 05-11-2009, 09:52 PM #50
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I was joking like the myspace kids who write that under thier music section and **** like that, christ.
It wouldn't have been the first time someone had said that seriously on here.
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Old 05-11-2009, 10:46 PM #51
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It wouldn't have been the first time someone had said that seriously on here.
I think it get posted seriously at least once a day.
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Old 05-12-2009, 01:46 AM #54
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that's the part I'd debate: I'd use "different" instead of "don't do it nearly as well"

this might not be as universal across genres as I thought, as I'm admittedly pretty ignorant when it comes to punk or metal
you're right, poor wording. i guess "not as authentic"?
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yeah that's fair
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