What era would you rather be spending/rather have spent your teen years in?

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44 17%
The nineties
32 12%
The eighties
61 24%
The seventies
51 20%
The sixties
48 19%
The fifties
3 1%
The forties
1 0%
The thirties
4 2%
The twenties
3 1%
Other
11 4%
Voters: 258.
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#1
I would've loved to have lived back in the sixties. Then I could've attended Woodstock and the Monterey Pop Festival.

How about you guys?
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#3
70s FTW. When all great music was born.
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#4
Eh, I wouldn't really.
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#5
No ****ing question, 60s hands down.

I wish I could of spent my whole life in '68
#9
50's, 60's, or 70's. Yaknow, or 80's. I would have loved the LA Metal scene in the 80's.
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#10
Late 70's to early 80's.

Then I'd be able to see Van Halen at their best and see Randy Rhoads play live.
And Bon Scott was still alive then for that matter.
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#12
The Dust Bowl.
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#13
The 80's then 90's
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#15
1700's b/c the only thing to do was...uhm..."hop"
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#16
Would have to be the 80's as I am a massive GNR fan. To of cn them live would of been awesome!!!!
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#17
music wise the sixties...however having been around in the nineties and noughties, with all the technological advances, it's hard to not want to be here at the pinnacle of now...
#19
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Eh, I wouldn't really.

yeah, i was such and idiot back then, I don't want to remind myself
#23
late 80's-90's

im 14 now and it sucks...all the good bands are dying/dead, everyone loves techno/electro or cuts themselves...

plus my whole generation has the "now" reputation. like we want everything now

and i get dirty looks from old ladies, all the time....seriously, its starting to freak me out...
#25
Quote by lozabee
late 80's-90's

im 14 now and it sucks...all the good bands are dying/dead, everyone loves techno/electro or cuts themselves...

plus my whole generation has the "now" reputation. like we want everything now

and i get dirty looks from old ladies, all the time....seriously, its starting to freak me out...


This post is wrong in so many levels...

Also I don't like techno or cut myself.
#26
A giant bowl of porridge

edit: I actually enjoy now although I would love to have seen a lot of the bands in the sixties but I still enjoy the bands I see, also I have an Ipod!
#27
I enjoyed my teenage years in this current decade and I don't think I would appreciate the same music from each previous decade if I grew up in any other time. The 80s does look like a cool decade though.
#28
In either Beethoven or Mozart's age.
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#30
90s. Being in the teens as computers become accessible to the masses would be awesome, I think. Also, I'd probably end up burning churches.
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#31
The 60's but have all the guitar knowledge I have now. Damn.... you'd be listening to my catalogue on your Ipod now, and going to see me do a show with Juda Priest! That would rule!
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#33
80s. Everything seemed so awesome back then...
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#34
Late 1930s, in France.
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#35
I'm happy that I was born when I was, but it would have been nicer to have grown up during the 80s.

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Quote by lozabee
late 80's-90's

im 14 now and it sucks...all the good bands are dying/dead, everyone loves techno/electro or cuts themselves...

plus my whole generation has the "now" reputation. like we want everything now

and i get dirty looks from old ladies, all the time....seriously, its starting to freak me out...



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#36
90s/Now

I can't decide!


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#37
60s man, totally 60s
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#38
Now thanks.
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#39
Well, I would say this decade. We have stuff like laptops so we can spend our lives inside rather than waste them on the outdoors!
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