#1
What would you say is te best decade/era in music?
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#6
THE EIGHTIES!!!

Hands down!

To listen to music, the best era to be born would be the 50s. You'd have the rock'n'roll as a child, as a teen you'd rebel to hendrix, cream, jefferson airplane and the likes, you'd be slightly older for the 70s, disco, handlebars and the birth of metal, and you'd be in your prime to enjoy the 80s, while getting older and settling down when music got progressively worse.

But to be a musician (an 80s one) late 60s, early 70s would be the best time to be born. Then you'd get to be an 80s musician and have a chance at success.

I love the 80s.
#9
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The one we're in.

Because we can listen to music from the 00's, 90's, 80's and so on.

But if we were in the 90's, we couldn't listen to music from the 00's.


By and large I wouldn't mind
#15
2000-2010

Why?
Because Ensiferum, Heavenly, Iron Maiden, John 5, Kamelot, Nighwish, Sonata Arctica, ....dragonforce..., and Wintersun (new album due out this year) all released amazing albums in this decade.
#17
80's
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#18
the nineties and the nowties

and the sixties and seventies
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#19
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20's......... 1620's


and what happens to be your favurite song from then then
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#21
90's.

That's when RENT made its debut.

Proper answer: There is no "best".
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#22
70s. MC5, New York Dolls, Stooges, and just punk in general. Can't go wrong.
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#23
Late sixties, early seventies: Why?
Black Sabbath
Led Zeppelin
The experience and band of gypsies
Deep Purple
Cream
Bluesbreakers
Jefferson Airplane
Santana
CSNY
Free
Freddy King
Blind Faith
King Crimson
The last few beatles albums
Electric Flag
Fleetwood Mac
Ten Years After
Blue Cheer
MC5
Grand Funk Railroad
Lennon and Mcartney going solo
Rory Gallagher!
BB King
Did I mention Zeppelin and Hendrix?
#24
This one.


We have more music.
Soon you will sit on the bench
of those who deny I have my soul
You sell a dream you create
Condemned by what you condemned before
Smooth are the words you sing down and high
Underground is your joy your laws