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#161
Quote by snipelfritz
I disagree. Most genres of music simply borrow from older ones. Case and point, rock'n'roll = country + gospel + bop. Add classical, folk, dance and other influences over the years and you have what's called rock today. That doesn't mean a combination will always be good though. For example, nowadays it seems it's acceptable to take anything and put the word -core at the end and it's awesome. So...

Ukecore
Marchcore
Lampcore

I could imagine drumlines during a breakdown and fast trombone and tuba matched with super heavy guitar and blast beats.
#165
Nu Country
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Momie's like not even a real person, just an asian, lesbian spirit.
#166
SHRED RAP!! Practices will have mini fridges FULLY-STOCKED with NAME BRAND sodas!
I like St. Anger. Ridicule me, daddy

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#167
Quote by Banjocal
applecore.

Post #3.


NECROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO-
Quote by dudetheman
So what? I wasted like 5 minutes watching DaddyTwoFoot's avatar.


Metalheads are the worst thing that ever happened to metal.
#169
Whatever this is.

Also, try as you may, you cannot identify Battles as any genre. Of all the music I know, they are the only one that is completely undefinable.
#170
Brutal-Industrial-Jazz-Crunk-Doom-Blues-Dance-Polka-Trance-Power-Technical-Samba-Core
Quote by tacaco1000
yes, babies tend to become a blue gooey liquid when kept inside a plastic bottle in the dark for a year.
#174
classicorap....think about tht
Fender Standard Strat MIM->Crybaby Wah->Digitech Bad Monkey->Expandora EXP-2000->Peavey Vypr 30/Peavey Classic 20

"The future is unwritten,"-Joe Strummer