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#1
Christian grindcore
Acoustic techno
Blackened hip-hop


To everyone posting multiple genres on top of each other in a morbidly obese fashion, you are not creative and you're wasting a post. Think before you post disco funk pop punk reggae blackened death core.
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#2
Quote by RinestoneCowboy

Blackened hip-hop


I actually had that idea like 6 months ago and was going to try it out, but then realized the phrase "blackened hip-hop" could be construed as racist. I still think it would be awesome, though. The end.
#3
I had to be the stick in the thread but i think any two genres will work together if done properly.
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I actually had that idea like 6 months ago and was going to try it out, but then realized the phrase "blackened hip-hop" could be construed as racist. I still think it would be awesome, though. The end.

Well, there's stuff like Dalek already that's really dark and noisy, but I'm thinking rap set to like drone or black metal atmosphere.
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Quote by RinestoneCowboy
Well, there's stuff like Dalek already that's really dark and noisy, but I'm thinking rap set to like drone or black metal atmosphere.

I was thinking dudes rapping about Satan in black metal shrieks while rocking both corpse paint and excessive jewelry.
#11
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Countrycore. Eww.


****! i was gonna say that!

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#12
Quote by MattAnderson111
...I'm going to try and make a Progressive Pop-Punk song now.

You can't do it without it turning into prog rock, art rock, or post-punk...


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I was thinking dudes rapping about Satan in black metal shrieks while rocking both corpse paint and excessive jewelry.

Also acceptable.
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#14
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Psychadelic Hip-Hop (this would be cool)


Are you sure you're not thinking of trip-hop?

Unless you mean psychedelic in a Pink Floyd sorta sense.
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#15
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Any two genres would work theoretically, but without the right people at the helm, they can fail miserably.

Progessive Pop-Punk
Psychadelic Hip-Hop (this would be cool)


Check out a band called Forgive Durden. They do that bit on their first album, and it's really not all that bad. Their second's a completely different direction though, a faux-musical.
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#18
Acoustic techno sounds interesting! ive actually thought about trying that before.
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#19
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Are you sure you're not thinking of trip-hop?

Unless you mean psychedelic in a Hendrix sorta sense.

I don't know, I'm not really into hip-hop, but this just popped into my head. I'll look it up.

And Coheed And Cambria are not Progessive Pop-Punk. I think that for the most part they are rather progessive. They don't sound pop-punk, its just his voice imo.
#22
Quote by jxmxaxn
Acoustic techno sounds interesting! ive actually thought about trying that before.

Yeah, I've thought about it, too.

I guess you could create a simple song in an electronic composition style with acoustic instruments, but it would be cool to actually see. Like Animal Collective bumping out campfire techno joints.

Quote by a7xplayer
Why not christian grindcore? Christian music really doesnt change the actual music part of anything. It changes the lyrics.

If it were lyrically Christian, it wouldn't be grindcore.

If it were a Christian rock song, it wouldn't be grindcore.

It's impossible, trust me.
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#25
Quote by Arrived+Dparted
Check out a band called Forgive Durden. They do that bit on their first album, and it's really not all that bad. Their second's a completely different direction though, a faux-musical.

That was pretty damn close to what I was thinking. Like a fusion of Rush, King Crimson, etc. with New Found Glory, Blink-182, etc.
#26
Quote by BK202
Any two genres would work theoretically, but without the right people at the helm, they can fail miserably.

Progessive Pop-Punk
Psychadelic Hip-Hop (this would be cool)


Oxymorons for the win. But seriously Protest The Hero has some pop punk influences mainly the vocals.
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Any two genres would work theoretically, but without the right people at the helm, they can fail miserably.

I agree with this.
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#32
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Ahhh...not all Country is bad.


I love country, this guys just like the idiots saying hip-hop isn't music like in the other thread.
#33
Quote by RinestoneCowboy
Christian grindcore
Acoustic techno
Blackened hip-hop



What about..... acoustic grindcore???

Now THAT I would like to see.
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#34
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Acoustic techno

I assume you're one of the ignorant people who think that all electronica is techno.
So here: Alarm will sound

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#36
Christian Black Metal
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#38
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I assume you're one of the ignorant people who think that all electronica is techno.
So here: Alarm will sound

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Uhh................

Aphex Twin ain't techno, you fool. And that album was terrible. No one covers Aphex Twin.

I'm thinking all acoustic sounds with a techno beat/composition.
#39
Quote by Eminored
Neo-classical bluescore.


Would be awesome.

Classicore seems to fail a bit. I expected it to be cool, but meh.

Power-Hair would probably fail.

Blackened Country

Power Country (White power?)

Black Power

Techno-Death
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Uhh................

Aphex Twin ain't techno, you fool. And that album was terrible. No one covers Aphex Twin.

I'm thinking all acoustic sounds with a techno beat/composition.

No need to be such a douche. Like I said, I thought you were old of the people who call all electronica techno. I liked the album. What the hell do you mean no one covers aphex twin?
Selected ambient works 85-92 was ambient techno.. that's kinda close.
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