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#1
1950's: Elvis Presley - Heartbreak Hotel
1960's: The Beatles - Strawberry Fields Forever
1970's: Ramones - Blitzkreig Bop
1980's: Michael Jackson - Billie Jean
1990's: Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit...or possibly Oasis - Wonderwall?
2000's: Not sure...Muse - Hysteria?
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#2
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1950's: Elvis Presley - Heartbreak Hotel
1960's: The Beatles - Strawberry Fields Forever
1970's: Ramones - Blitzkreig Bop
1980's: Michael Jackson - Billie Jean
1990's: Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit...or possibly Oasis - Wonderwall?
2000's: Not sure...Muse - Hysteria?


In England it'd be more likely to be Arctic Monkeys, Kaiser Chiefs etc...
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#3
50's-Johny B. Goode.
60's-You can't always get what you want
70's-Money
80's-Jump
90's-Smells like Teen Spirit
00's-I wanna make it wit' chu.
#5
90s would definitely (maybe) be oasis in UK

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#6
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In England it'd be more likely to be Arctic Monkeys, Kaiser Chiefs etc...


I was thinking about the Killers; but good shout about the Arctic Monkeys - they led the charge for the hundreds of crap indie bands that have popped up
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#7
1950's: Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode
1960's: Bob Dylan - Like a Rolling Stone
1970's: Led Zeppelin - Stairway to Heaven (I was gonna put Good Times Bad Times, but technically that was the 60's)
1980's: Van Halen - Panama
1990's: Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
2000's: Green Day - American Idiot (sad but true, although early green day is awesome)
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#8
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50's-Johny B. Goode.
60's-You can't always get what you want
70's-Money
80's-Jump
90's-Smells like Teen Spirit
00's-I wanna make it wit' chu.


EW NO GOD NO THATS THE WORST SONG EVER FOR THE 2000'S
#9
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1950's: Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode
1960's: Bob Dylan - Like a Rolling Stone
1970's: Led Zeppelin - Stairway to Heaven (I was gonna put Good Times Bad Times, but technically that was the 60's)
1980's: Van Halen - Panama
1990's: Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
2000's: Green Day - American Idiot (sad but true, although early green day is awesome)
If no one likes that song, I doubt it's going to be the song of the decade.
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#11
I remember it this way:

1990s: Green Day - Good Riddance, Blink182 - All The Small Things.
From a personal standpoint, because those are the songs I remember most from the 90s.
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#12
50's - Johnny B Goode
60's - The Beatles. Full stop.
70's - Punk in general
80's - Madchester
90's - Oasis
00's - Arctic Monkeys

For England anyway, we loved Chuck...
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#13
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I remember it this way:

1990s: Green Day - Good Riddance, Blink182 - All The Small Things, Sum41 - In Too Deep.
From a personal standpoint, because those are the songs I remember most from the 90s.


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#14
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To be fair, it's early 2000s.
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#16
50's Elvis Presley
60's The Beatles
70's Abba
80's Michael Jackson
90's Spice Girls
00's Coldplay

Winerific!
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#18
honestly, 1970's should be Eruption.. that sparked a whole new world for music...
and 90's Id like to say pantera, but they have the same feel as Nirvana, just in metal...
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#19
1950s - Elvis
1960s - Beatles
1970s - Led Zeppelin/Pink Floyd
1980s - Michal Jackson
1990s - Red Hot Chili Peppers
2000s - Eminem
#21
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1950's: Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode
1960's: Bob Dylan - Like a Rolling Stone
1970's: Led Zeppelin - Stairway to Heaven (I was gonna put Good Times Bad Times, but technically that was the 60's)
1980's: Van Halen - Panama
1990's: Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
2000's: Green Day - American Idiot (sad but true, although early green day is awesome)



That's a pretty good list.
#22
50's - ??
60's - beatles
70's - led zeppelin
80's - van halen/ metallica?
90's - metallica?
00's - ??
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#23
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bull**** 2000 is muse

1980 ahahah michel jackson more like mettalica


Before you criticise others, learn to spell the names of bands right.

And I didn't say "your favourite band of each decade". Michael Jackson owned the 80's. He was a freakin' megastar.
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#24
50's Johnny B Goode
60's Purple Haze
70's Iron Man
80's Hallowed be thy Name/Master of Puppets
90's Walk/Enter Sandman
00's Clenching the Fist of Dissent/Like Light to Flies/Deliverance
#25
The fifties and sixties are too broad to define, but The Stones' Gimme Shelter could define the 70s loss of idealism, The Who's Eminence Front for the 80s cause of all of the 80s hedonism, Teen Spirit for the 90s. 00s is tough, probably Coldplay or something.
#26
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The Who's Eminence Front


Great song - shame Townshend never led the band more.
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#27
2 artists would be much better, so I'll do that.

50's- Chuck Berry/Elvis Presley
60's- The Beatles/Bob Dylan
70's- Led Zeppelin/Pink Floyd
80's- Michael Jackson/Metallica
90's- Nirvana/Spice Girls
2000's- I'm really not sure.
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#28
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1950's: Elvis Presley - Heartbreak Hotel
1960's: The Beatles - Strawberry Fields Forever
1970's: Ramones - Blitzkreig Bop
1980's: Michael Jackson - Billie Jean
1990's: Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit...or possibly Oasis - Wonderwall?
2000's: Not sure...Muse - Hysteria?



did the decades before the 50's not exist i take it
#29
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50's Johnny B Goode
60's Purple Haze
70's Iron Man
80's Hallowed be thy Name/Master of Puppets
90's Walk/Enter Sandman
00's Clenching the Fist of Dissent/Like Light to Flies/Deliverance


There's music outside of guitar you know. There are people who listen to other stuff.
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#30
50's - Little Richard/Elvis
60's - The Beatles/Jimi Hendrix
70's - Deep Purple (those riffs! They ARE the 70's)
80's - Michael Jackson/Van Halen
90's - Oasis (I hate them but they really are)
00's - I can't say yet.
#31
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For the UK

1950s- Cliff Richard
1960s- The Beatles
1970s Joy Division
1980s- Def Leppard
1990s- Oasis
2000s- Muse


Fixed, of course it was the Cliff.
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#32
60s-Jimi Hendrix
70s-Black Sabbath/Iron Maiden/ACDC
80s-Metallica(or metal in general)
90s-Tool/Nirvana
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#33
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60s-Jimi Hendrix
70s-Black Sabbath/Iron Maiden/ACDC
80s-Metallica(or metal in general)
90s-Tool/Nirvana


(just so you know, Maiden didn't release their first album till 1980).
#34
50's - James Brown (can't remember if he was around in the 50's tbh) if not, Chuck Berry
60's - The Beatles
70's - AC/DC
80's - GnR
90's - Dr Dre? if not, he deserved it
00's - Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip...Watch this space...
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#35
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bull**** 2000 is muse

1980 ahahah michel jackson more like mettalica

haha
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#36
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90s would definitely (maybe) be oasis in UK

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#37
90s is clearly Blur - Girls & Boys you silly people.

and as for the 00's, that's a tough one. I was going to say we're not really far enough into the decade but holy shit 8 years. I don't remember that happening. Well, the music scene's been kind of all over the place these last few years so it's kind of tough to think of one song to sum it all up.
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#38
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honestly, 1970's should be Eruption.. that sparked a whole new world for music...
and 90's Id like to say pantera, but they have the same feel as Nirvana, just in metal...



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#40
Are you kidding? Every decade has spanned so many different genres of great music that it is IMPOSSIBLE to sum up each decade with just one band or song. There's not one band that can make up an entire decade.

You list Ramones as the epitome of the 70s? That's a good one. Punk rock was very minor in the 70s, with The Ramones, Clash and Sex Pistols being the big three, The Adicts and a few others gaining slight popularity. It wasn't until the 80s when punk really erupted with Dead Kennedys, Black Flag, X, and hundreds of other great bands. Even then, you can't define the 80's by punk alone.

Pop music at the time was mainly stuff like "The Safety Dance" and "99 Luftballons". That's what most people think of when they think of the 80s.

80s also saw the rise of metal as a serious genre. Metallica, Iron Maiden, Megadeth, Anthrax, Slayer, King Diamond.

90s started, mainstream wise as mainly punk-inspired grunge with Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam and Soundgarden, The Seattle 4. However, if I recall correctly, Boy Bands, Britney Spears, bands like Smash Mouth and Weezer and Eminem were the heavy hitters of the later half.

Honestly, it is impossible to sum up any decade by just one band or song. There's so many different genres, especially today with the rise of the Internet.

EDIT: Can't forget Hair Metal for the 80s! WE'RE NOT GONNA TAKE IT!
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