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#1
I was just thinking of the bands that revolutionized the different generations. The 60s were The Beatles, the 70s were Led Zeppelin, the 80s had a few different bands such U2, Metallica, and others, the 90s were Nirvana, but what about the 2000s? What do you guys think?

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I was just thinking of the bands that revolutionized the different generations. The 60s were The Beatles, the 70s were Led Zeppelin, the 80s had a few different bands such U2, Metallica, and others, the 90s were Nirvana, but what about the 2000s? What do you guys think?

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The 2000s had a huge ass amount of different bands.


Yeah.
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The Pussycat Dolls.
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#7
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Arctic Monkeys


This. As much as I don't like listening to their music, they really did change things quite a bit.
#8
None of them
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#9
Green Day, they were really big in 04-06 with American Idiot.
I also think a lot of the indie bands really defined that genre as an 00's staple, bands such as the Shins, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Tegan and Sara, etc.
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dream theater got a bit more popular in the 2000s. since then, ive seen alot more progressive bands or bands adding some progressive elements to some songs
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+1

Although I'm sure a lot of Americans will disagree
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#13
'2000's era?' We have another 990 years to go!

If you mean the naughties, I dunno, Muse/FooFighters.

Nothing that revolutionary, it's mostly pretty crap at the moment.
#14
Music hasn't changed in the last 10 years at all, and we probably will never have a period where there is a significant amount of change again.
#15
fall out boy

now theres like a shit ton of emo bands
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Music hasn't changed in the last 10 years at all, and we probably will never have a period where there is a significant amount of change again.


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Music hasn't changed in the last 10 years at all, and we probably will never have a period where there is a significant amount of change again.


accept for the time when my bands first album comes out
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Arctic Monkeys

I disagree, there were a lot of Indie bands getting popular before Arctic Monkeys really made it big.
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Music hasn't changed in the last 10 years at all, and we probably will never have a period where there is a significant amount of change again.




What possible reason could you have to believe that? Personally I'd go for... I have no idea. It's probably something that has to be retrospective.
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#21
i wanna say muse cause theyre my favorite of todays modern rockbands but im gonna have to go with the guy who said green day

out of the 9 years of 2000 so far theyre one of the few popular bands that have stuck around

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#22
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Arctic Monkeys

Yeah if you see a poor Libertines covers band as revolutionary.
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I disagree, there were a lot of Indie bands getting popular before Arctic Monkeys really made it big.

But how many of them were singing in annoying accents?

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Arctic Monkeys


arctic monkeys ripped their sound from a band called milburn so they didnt exactly revolutionise anything

best band of the 2000s for me are the white stripes
but not enough bands go for their style

the libertines would probably be the revolutionists for british music imo
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But how many of them were singing in annoying accents?

Far too many.

I wouldn't really say any band has revolutionised this decade. There's so many genres and scenes that one band isn't going to make a big difference.
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#30
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I disagree, there were a lot of Indie bands getting popular before Arctic Monkeys really made it big.


Yup Strokes, Libertines, Hives


if the Arctic Monkeys were influenced by Strokes and QOTSA they can't have influenced the 00's


Edit: if it's about Revolutionising then it must be Radiohead
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Music hasn't changed in the last 10 years at all, and we probably will never have a period where there is a significant amount of change again.



this. musical movements were more prevalent because people were not exposed to as much music, didn't have such wide tastes, and music was more important to people. Also bands are morphing into the same sound...all these shitty core bands with the same breakdowns and same autotune shitty vocals.

i grew up in the 80s/90s period and you didnt really have girls who liked a br00tal band and a boyband but you do now. people like w/e but back then it was you are a metalhead or you are a pop lover etc.

most of the bands listed havent changed anything musically. there is no original rock or metal. core bands thing fusing death metal vocals with emo melodies and haircuts makes them cutting edge and original...
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#33
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#34
I'd say someone like Timbaland. He's one hell of a producer, and he's produced some of the best chart toppers of the decade really.
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#35
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I disagree, there were a lot of Indie bands getting popular before Arctic Monkeys really made it big.



+1.
I didn't hear of AM until around late 2006. But The Strokes and The Libertines were already quite successful in the few years before this.

Arctic Monkeys, and the 'post-punk revival' stuff from Franz Ferdinand and White Lies seem very influential for the later part of this decade, though.

Animal Collective and Modest Mouse seem to have exploded in popularity in contrast to where they were standing 10 years ago.
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#37
The Strokes kind of kicked off alot of what was to come so you have to take them into consideration, but id say for a band that defined what happend in the 00's and a band that had a sound which was of the 00's ( like jefferson airplane in the 60's ) you'd have to look at someone like LCD Soundsystem or Animal Collective maybe. I'd say that those two are yet to have their greatest influence.
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#38
its rather difficult

i would say for:
rock - green day, blink 182, muse, radiohead

metal - slipknot, machine head

although its rather difficult to say cos the end part of this decade has seen the resurgance of older bands coming back into the limelight and beeing sucessful again.
ie motley crue, kiss, aerosmith, heaven and hell etc
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I'd say someone like Timbaland. He's one hell of a producer, and he's produced some of the best chart toppers of the decade really.


oh shit yeah 2007 was a horrible year, in every second music video I saw on TV Timbaland was in the Picture putting his, in my opinion, stupid beat over every song
he was really successful