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I didn't really know where to put it.. so I decided for the pit

Like in the movie 'School of Rock (), I would like one, as it would be very informative for me. Does anyone know where I could find ( a complete ) one?

#4
i want one, too. I've even tried to make one before.

that would be a lucritive (moneymaking) idea if someone decided to make one...it would probably be a pretty big poster tho
#7
A headbangers journey is a documentary, but it features all the rock genres in a diagram format.

But that is more about Heavy metal sub-genres than all the other genres like alternative and Psychadelic.
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#8
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b7/Metal_Genealogy.jpg

This one is more geared toward metal and hard rock, but there are other styles like grunge and punk thrown in there as well. Hope it helps.
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A headbangers journey is a documentary, but it features all the rock genres in a diagram format.

But that is more about Heavy metal sub-genres than all the other genres like alternative and Psychadelic.

thats an awesome documentary!
#10
Looks like you have a picture of it already. What's the problem?
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http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b7/Metal_Genealogy.jpg

This one is more geared toward metal and hard rock, but there are other styles like grunge and punk thrown in there as well. Hope it helps.

It's also inaccurate - Biohazard is not 'nu-metal,' Hatebreed isn't metalcore and neither is Dillinger Escape Plan, and Fear Factory isn't Industrial.

Sorry.
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good luck finding a chart tailored exactly to your interpretations of the bands. the best you can do is check out wiki articles which have loads and loads of example bands.

I agree to an extent, but calling Biohazard nu metal is pretty inaccurate by most standards. Putting Fear Factory under the Industrial umbrella seems really wrong too.
There are other ones that skirt the line, but those seem really out of place.

Maybe I'm just picky? I don't really care about genres, but if you're gonna group them, it should be done with a very large and diverse group of people to cover this kinda thing, IMO.
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#14
You can get it if you buy the DVD, if you put it in your computer you can find it somewhere there.
#17
I've always been interested in the history of rock, and a chart would be awesome to have. I might make one this weekend or I'll wait for someone else to.
#19
Louis Armstrong - Frank Sinatra - Elvis - Beatles - Queen - Michael Jackson - Metallica - Nirvana - (Insert 90s Pop Group here) - (Insert random hip hop rapper crap here).

Something like that.
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It's also inaccurate - Biohazard is not 'nu-metal,' Hatebreed isn't metalcore and neither is Dillinger Escape Plan, and Fear Factory isn't Industrial.

Sorry.



No youre wrong, sorry. unless youre being sarcastic.
#24
I don't see how New Wave comes from folk rock, especially because the term New Wave was an attempt for record companies to market punk. It became it's own genre, but not having an arrow coming from punk is wrong.
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I agree to an extent, but calling Biohazard nu metal is pretty inaccurate by most standards. Putting Fear Factory under the Industrial umbrella seems really wrong too.
There are other ones that skirt the line, but those seem really out of place.

Maybe I'm just picky? I don't really care about genres, but if you're gonna group them, it should be done with a very large and diverse group of people to cover this kinda thing, IMO.


Don't worry about being picky at all. There were some bands on there that I don't think should've been in the categories they were in either. I know Biohazard isn't Nu-metal and I know that Hatebreed isn't Metalcore. If anything, I think Shadows Fall and Killswitch Engage should've been under Metalcore because they are the two main bands that really brought that style of playing to a pretty large audience. However, I was only using the chart as an example to help the guy get started so he can make his own conclusions.
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I don't see how New Wave comes from folk rock, especially because the term New Wave was an attempt for record companies to market punk. It became it's own genre, but not having an arrow coming from punk is wrong.


I've always thought of New Wave as post-punk. Speaking of which, how can you have a list of New Wave bands and not include XTC??
#29
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I made an influence chart for a project on the history of music. That was pretty much a bunch of lines coming from Robert Johnson, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page.

If you did it right, there would have been a few delta blues players with lines going to T-
Bone Walker and Muddy Waters, a **** load of lines going out of them, with a **** load of lines going out of those guys etc.
#31
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I've always thought of New Wave as post-punk. Speaking of which, how can you have a list of New Wave bands and not include XTC??
Post Punk and New Wave are different.
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#36
The School of Rock chalkboard was probably scribbled on in 10 minutes - it only features in the film for about 3 seconds IIRC.

The 'genealogy' of music is more complicated than that. Artists are influenced by lots of genres, and any certain genre is rarely just a reaction to one previous genre.
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*shrug* care to elaborate?
Yeah sure. Post Punk would be Joy Division, Magazine, Gang of Four, The Talking Heads (maybe), The Pop Group. New Wave would be Devo and that type of thing.

Honestly I'm not the best person to talk about the difference.
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