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#2
its really not that suprising,


they outsold all bands except beatles in the whole decade


and whether you admit it or not, i bet you find some of their songs catchy
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#3
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#9
I actually got angry in real life, from something I read on the internet other than Westboro Baptist.
#10
On what basis would you give it to someone else?
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#11
sick eminem was #1 overall

hes by far my favourite rapper and that would have been my pick for top rapper

overall on the other hand, i wouldnt have picked him, actually my top 5 wouldnt be any of those musicians
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#14
They only won because they're Canadian, it's one of our super-powers.
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#15
I have no respect for them as musicians, but damn their songs are catchy.
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#17
i havent heard about them not once in a really long time. weird how they get no mention and they still get group of the decade.
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#21
whatever. they are this generations beegees. they are popular now, but hold no substance and will not be remembered in 20 years. my only problem with this decade is there was no genre that can be identified with it. When people look back on the beginning of the 21st century, who will they see as the music that defined the decade?
#22
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whatever. they are this generations beegees. they are popular now, but hold no substance and will not be remembered in 20 years. my only problem with this decade is there was no genre that can be identified with it. When people look back on the beginning of the 21st century, who will they see as the music that defined the decade?


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#23
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#24
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whatever. they are this generations beegees. they are popular now, but hold no substance and will not be remembered in 20 years. my only problem with this decade is there was no genre that can be identified with it. When people look back on the beginning of the 21st century, who will they see as the music that defined the decade?

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#26
That's crazy...they'll have only had a few albums in the last decade and none of them were any good. Though to be honest, I didn't know they sold so well....that's just incredible.

I just don't know what else to say other than I am flabbergasted.
#27
I like Nickelback, I dont see why everyone hates them.
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#28
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whatever. they are this generations beegees. they are popular now, but hold no substance and will not be remembered in 20 years. my only problem with this decade is there was no genre that can be identified with it. When people look back on the beginning of the 21st century, who will they see as the music that defined the decade?


well the music that usually is remembered is what is pushing the boundaries,
so id say rap

50s presley-> rebel/girls thought he was hot
60s beatles/stones-> long hair was considered rebelous, beatlemania
70s led zep-> heavier tones then previous
80s hairmetal/thrashmetal/acdc-> alot heavier tone then before
90s grunge-> suicidal depressing music

00's rap/eminem/jay-z-> rebellious, newly extremely famous


while alot of ppl obviously wont agree with me, thats all an IMO

nowadays the new metal just doesnt have the fan base to be what is remembered like it did in the 80s, on the other hand there are so many nickelback copy-cat bands that i couldnt see it being remembered, rap on the other hand has a few standout artists and it is relatively new for music
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#29
I can name five bands off the top of my head that have either:
More/better concerts
More/better albums
More/better songs
More/better style
Less Canadian-ness.

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well the music that usually is remembered is what is pushing the boundaries usually,
so id say rap

50s presley-> rebel/girls thought he was hot
60s beatles/stones-> long hair was considered rebelous, beatlemania
70s led zep-> heavier tones then previous
80s hairmetal/thrashmetal/acdc-> alot heavier tone then before
90s grunge-> suicidal depressing music

00's rap/eminem/jay-z-> rebellious, newly extremely famous


while alot of ppl obviously wont agree with me, thats all an IMO



I agree with you about everything on that except the 70s. 70s was punk rock, and you know it.
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#31
i cant really think of any bands/artists in popular music at least that should won that.

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I can name five bands off the top of my head that have either:
More/better concerts
More/better albums
More/better songs
More/better style
Less Canadian-ness.

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I agree with you about everything on that except the 70s. 70s was punk rock, and you know it.


and yet, you didnt...

Quote by JimmyBanks6
well the music that usually is remembered is what is pushing the boundaries,
so id say rap

50s presley-> rebel/girls thought he was hot
60s beatles/stones-> long hair was considered rebelous, beatlemania
70s led zep-> heavier tones then previous
80s hairmetal/thrashmetal/acdc-> alot heavier tone then before
90s grunge-> suicidal depressing music

00's rap/eminem/jay-z-> rebellious, newly extremely famous


while alot of ppl obviously wont agree with me, thats all an IMO

nowadays the new metal just doesnt have the fan base to be what is remembered like it did in the 80s, on the other hand there are so many nickelback copy-cat bands that i couldnt see it being remembered, rap on the other hand has a few standout artists and it is relatively new for music

rap came about and was popular before the 00's. also you forgot disco in the 70's, hippies, blues boom, british invasion, hendrix, etc... in the 60's. 80's also had a lot of changes in pop music using synth sounds. 90's had grunge yes, but rap was big too. also there was that 90's "pop rock" kind of stuff (i dont really know what to call it) that was around....also....BOYBANDS. how could you forget them? they crossed over into the 00's though.
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#33
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I agree with you about everything on that except the 70s. 70s was punk rock, and you know it.

hold on, are we talking mainstream appeal?

I'd like to agree, but I think Disco was the most listened to music of that decade... but thankfully thats long gone by now.

besides, as soon as you actually get to the 70s it becomes impossible to define a single, overruling genre of the decade because by then popular music had fractured into multiple pieces.
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#35
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hold on, are we talking mainstream appeal?

I'd like to agree, but I think Disco was the most listened to music of that decade... but thankfully thats long gone by now.


We're talking influentially.
Punk needs to be in there, no other genre sped up music or made it that raw before.
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#36
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hold on, are we talking mainstream appeal?

I'd like to agree, but I think Disco was the most listened to music of that decade... but thankfully thats long gone by now.


no i mean most remembered/influencing, not most listened to at the time

but it is easily debatable disco would be more remembered
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#39
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We're talking influentially.
Punk needs to be in there, no other genre sped up music or made it that raw before.

oh, influentially speaking I'd say it goes to big hard rock acts (KISS, Aerosmith, Led Zep) for the first half of the decade. 76 on goes to punk though.
#40
I guess I could have expected them or Green Day.
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