#1
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nevermind

i was reading the wiki article on nevermind when i came down to "music" and the first sentence says
"Cobain, Nirvana's main songwriter, fashioned chord sequences that were harmonically indeterminate (neither major nor minor)"

it's like the fanciest euphemism you can come up for power chords
#3
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I'm fairly certain Serve The Servants had some major sevenths in there.

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#16
I went ahead and edited the article so it would be correct. "Cobain, Nirvana's main songwriter, fashioned chord sequences that were harmonically indeterminate (neither major nor minor), which are also know among guitarists as "Power Chords," and have been used in guitar music as early as the late 60's, and is considered a beginner's technique. The songs themselves combined pop hooks with dissonant guitar rhythms."
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I went ahead and edited the article so it would be correct. "Cobain, Nirvana's main songwriter, fashioned chord sequences that were harmonically indeterminate (neither major nor minor), which are also know among guitarists as "Power Chords," and have been used in guitar music as early as the late 60's, and is considered a beginner's technique. The songs themselves combined pop hooks with dissonant guitar rhythms."



I hardly consider power chords a "beginner's technique", so I fixed it for you.
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#22
That's basically what Grunge is about.
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I hardly consider power chords a "beginner's technique", so I fixed it for you.


Explain how they're not, please, they were one of the first things I learned once I figured out how to actually play a guitar.
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