#3
Probably. Seattle seems like a pretty hip town.

Also, Frasier lives there.
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#4
Welcome to 1991.
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#5
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Welcome to 1991.


Yeah, I bet grunge is the only music that ever has, or ever will happen in seattle.
#7
Actually, Seattle's great. I lived there for a while, there's lots of little clubs and its great for musicians trying to start their career. And, more than just grunge has come from Seattle. There's lots of metal, indie, and other acts that come from there, too. Another place you might look into is Portland, OR.
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#8
**** seattle that place spawned grunge
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#9
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**** seattle that place spawned grunge


Says the guy with a Korn avatar. The nu-metal movement owes a lot to grunge. In fact, most nu-metal is basically grunge but without any melody or talent involved.

Anyway, grunge is awesome, but last I heard, Seattle's music scene is no longer anything special. It's not like I live there though, so don't take my word for it.
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#10
Says the guy with a Korn avatar. The nu-metal movement owes a lot to grunge. In fact, most nu-metal is basically grunge but without any melody or talent involved.

Anyway, grunge is awesome, but last I heard, Seattle's music scene is no longer anything special. It's not like I live there though, so don't take my word for it.


no talent in metal?? **** that thats a very ignorant comment i have that avatar because im a fan of KoRn and yes they have alot of grunge influences they themselves are not grunge...
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#11
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no talent in metal?? **** that thats a very ignorant comment i have that avatar because im a fan of KoRn and yes they have alot of grunge influences they themselves are not grunge...


what was said was no talent in nu-metal, not no talent in metal.
#12
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no talent in metal?? **** that thats a very ignorant comment i have that avatar because im a fan of KoRn and yes they have alot of grunge influences they themselves are not grunge...


No talent in NU-metal. And I didn't even say all nu-metal, I said MOST, because I like to avoid sweeping generalisations. After all, I haven't even heard every nu-metal song ever written, but the majority of nu-metal requires little talent. And I know they're not grunge, but they wouldn't exist if grunge hadn't have happened, and they certainly wouldn't be popular.

Anyway, keep on rollin'...
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#13
i was there pretty recently for 2 months visiting a friend. the scene there is kind of dead. and by kind of dead i mean obliterated. it sucks. dont bother.

+1 to Portland kid.
#14
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Yeah, I bet grunge is the only music that ever has, or ever will happen in seattle.

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No talent in NU-metal. And I didn't even say all nu-metal, I said MOST, because I like to avoid sweeping generalisations. After all, I haven't even heard every nu-metal song ever written, but the majority of nu-metal requires little talent. And I know they're not grunge, but they wouldn't exist if grunge hadn't have happened, and they certainly wouldn't be popular.

Anyway, keep on rollin'...

Korn was around before grunge got popular, home boy. And they were fans of 80s pop music more than they were fans of grunge. Except Fred Durst, who apparently wants Kurt Cobain's dick.

..God I'm depressed that I know that.
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Korn was around before grunge got popular, home boy. And they were fans of 80s pop music more than they were fans of grunge. Except Fred Durst, who apparently wants Kurt Cobain's dick.

..God I'm depressed that I know that.



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I don't blame you.

I need to quit following the history of pop culture.

...That song they did with Ice Cube was off the hook, though. You have to admit that.
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Korn was around before grunge got popular, home boy. And they were fans of 80s pop music more than they were fans of grunge. Except Fred Durst, who apparently wants Kurt Cobain's dick.

..God I'm depressed that I know that.


But they sound so grunge-influenced...? Hm, whatever, they still wouldn't have broken into the mainstream without the grunge movement. Also, you should probably see a psychiatrist about your intimate knowledge of Korn's band history.
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But they sound so grunge-influenced...? Hm, whatever, they still wouldn't have broken into the mainstream without the grunge movement. Also, you should probably see a psychiatrist about your intimate knowledge of Korn's band history.

Please, it isn't like grunge were the first people to play heavy riffs and sing about sad stuff. Someone was bound to start doing it if the grunge guys didn't. People were already sick of hair metal anyway, which is why it was so easy for the take over to happen.

..Dude, I was in the fifth grade.
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#19
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I need to quit following the history of pop culture.

...That song they did with Ice Cube was off the hook, though. You have to admit that.



I haven't heard that one but I didn't mind their version of 'Sanitarium.'
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#22
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I'm pretty sure the Seattle suicide rate is the highest in the country, so it must be a wonderful place to live.

St. Louis is the number one most dangerous city in America, and yet it is awesome here anyway. To each his own. Personally, no one has ever stuck a gun in my face. Except for one time when my friend Eric and I were playing live action Resident Evil with his dad's pistols.

...Seriously, almost anything Ice Cube puts his name on is awesome, unless it is a movie. So, Korn isn't really all that bad. I even kinda like some of their music from their first and third album. (I feel I can embaress myself because my taste in music is usually perfect. I'm allowed to listen to bad music every now and again.)
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#23
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I'm pretty sure the Seattle suicide rate is the highest in the country, so it must be a wonderful place to live.


meh, makes sense. every single time i've been there it's overcast.
#25
I want to at least live there for a while once in my life, I love rain and of course pay tribute to Hendrix
#26
i've lived there for seven years, and to me it's great, i love the wheather, people and almost every "good" band plays there, unlike "music city" tennessee. I'm moving back when i'm 18
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I want to at least live there for a while once in my life, I love rain and of course pay tribute to Hendrix

Get an exact replica of his Plaster casters statue.
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#28
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I need to quit following the history of pop culture.

...That song they did with Ice Cube was off the hook, though. You have to admit that.


Children Of the Korn?

Yeah thats cool
#31
I live in Seattle...

and to answer TS' question: Partly.
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