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The Worst Musical Decade?

Discussion in 'Rock Lounge' started by joe, Aug 9, 2010.

The Worst Musically Talented Decade. Choose one.

  1. The 1950's

    20 vote(s)
    12.6%
  2. The 1960's

    1 vote(s)
    0.6%
  3. The 1970's

    6 vote(s)
    3.8%
  4. The 1980's

    32 vote(s)
    20.1%
  5. The 1990's

    18 vote(s)
    11.3%
  6. The 2000's

    82 vote(s)
    51.6%
  1. Soot and Stars

    Soot and Stars I AM SOOT!

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    Best answer right there! Listen to every song as if it's the first one you've ever heard in my opinion! :D
     
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    Denial is the worst part:D:heheh:

    On a more serious note, I agree they all have good stuff.. it just depends which has more of an effect on me.. I like plenty of bands from each decade, but my top favorites all flourished in the 70s..
     
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    This song just made me reconsider my vote (the 2000s) ...
     
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    Take the 3 top selling artists of the 60's and the three top selling artists of the 70's and the 60's would be more.
     
  5. Groovy Man

    Groovy Man I'm Not Like Everybody Else

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    Well, Disco Duck is goofy, no doubt....

    :heheh:

    But, it's supposed to be goofy....

    The 2000s was full of boring dull music by artist who weren't trying to be dull or boring...

    so, there's the big difference.
     
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    I know, I was joking.

    The 2000s are shit. Rap/hip hop is the most popular music right now. Thats enough to prompt my vote.
     
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    Oops, I voted before I read the original post, but gawd, I just CAN NOT STAND a whole lot from the 80's. Everyone wanted to look and sound like Zeppelin or Duran Duran (urp) and the radio in those days was sooooooo.....playlist-y....I swear I heard That's All by Genesis 9 times in one day! I'm also still very burned out on The Boss for the very same reason.

    Also, the techno everything, synthesizers, drums, all sounded just too tacky to me. Too fake. =P
     
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    Plus there's no reason why all music has to take itself seriously. There's nothing wrong with music just being good (silly) fun.

    :D
     
  9. Soot and Stars

    Soot and Stars I AM SOOT!

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    Agreed but if that statement is to be held true it should make just as much sense that people listening to modern pop acts are thinking the same way but get criticized in the same vein. People listen to newer pop artist like Lady Gaga, Black Eyed Peas, Pink, Katy Perry, Kelly Clarkson, Rihanna, etc. for the same reasons. :)
     
  10. That 70s Guy

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    90s
     

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