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90's music v.s 2000's music.

Posted Jan 20, '13 at 6:06am

GandalftheGrey666

GandalftheGrey666

1,791 posts

90's have some really good bands like:Green Day,RHCP,Nirvana and Weezer.You didn't expect that from old grumpy Gandalf,huh?

 

Posted Jan 21, '13 at 7:16pm

kragnock

kragnock

35 posts

^^^^^^ I AGREE GANDALF!!!!!^^^^^ GREEN DAY!!!! Green Day is a perfect example of both eras, if you listen to stuff from 39(1990), Dookie(1994) and Nimrod(1997) and compare it to their newer stuff like iUNO! iDOS! and iTre'! there is a HUGE difference in sound, yet its all the same band. yet there are very many similarites in the newer songs too. back in the Dookie days, Welcome to Paradise was a HUGE smash hit, if you play Welcome to Paradise then play Nuclear Family from iUNO! the guitar is exactly the same but in a different frett. anyways my point is that its hard to classify the 90's and 2000+ eras, theres huge differences with some groups and huge similarities with other groups and their own music, (I.E. if they formed in late 80's throughout the 90's and are still together today)

 

Posted Jan 22, '13 at 12:37am

PauseBreak

PauseBreak

310 posts

I definitely like the 90's feel of music much more than today's club/dance style.

 

Posted Feb 13, '13 at 4:10pm

tkmax2499

tkmax2499

12 posts

I personally am a rock music fan, but for me to pick my favourite era is hard because I like music from both. Overall I'd say 2000's music, but I do agree that Bieber and 1 direction are annoying. I pick 2000's because of Muse, Linkin Park, Snow Patrol and Foo Fighters. But then different genres have changed   and most eras have got something for everyone.

 

Posted Feb 13, '13 at 6:03pm

Salvidian

Salvidian

3,950 posts

Not going to join the bandwagon about how this thread sucks.

Anyway, some 90's bands (or at least bands that thrived/started in the 90's) that I like:
-Tool
-Foo Fighters
-Nirvana
-Soundgarden
-Pearl Jam
-Green Day
-Blink 182
-The Offspring
-Red Hot Chili Peppers (started in the 80's, but got really big in the 90's)
-Metallica (more or less)
-U2
-Korn
-Creed
-Smashing Pumpkins
-Radiohead
-Alice In Chains
-Nine Inch Nails
-Rage Against The Machine
-Guns N Roses (more or less)
-Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
-Pantera
-Stone Temple Pilots
-My Bloody Valentine
-Lenny Cravitz
-R.E.M.

Yes, I'm one of those "mainstream" lovers. Goa head and label me. If i created a list for my favorite 2000 bands, I think it'd only be about half as long, if that. The 90's has to be my favorite decade as far as music goes, with the 70's coming in at a close second. The 60's probably come in at nearly a tie with the 70's, the 00's a good fourth, and let's just forget about the 90's.

 

Posted Feb 13, '13 at 6:04pm

Salvidian

Salvidian

3,950 posts

and let's just forget about the 90's.

Meant to say 80's, if that wasn't obvious.

 

Posted Feb 13, '13 at 8:41pm

daleks

daleks

3,208 posts

80's and 70's have great music. But I usually don't look at when a song was made . I just enjoy the music.

 

Posted Feb 14, '13 at 1:46am

the_manta

the_manta

3,006 posts

haha oh geez this again?

everyone's said anything I would be saying. there's **** artists in every era that get overplayed.

It just so happens that several of my favorite bands are 90's oriented.

and even if you can't generalize music by decade, there is definitely a 90's mood or "feel" that musicians can aim for. again, this applies to all decades. the 60's and 90's "feels" are my favorites, though.

 
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