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#1
By Genre Diverse I'm implying bands that cover the largest amounts of genre.


My vote goes to Tom Waits. About

But Opeth is a close second.
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I can't think right now, but there has to be somebody very diverse (who does like rock and hip hop and country and all sorts of music)
but I can't think of whoooooo
hmm
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I can't think right now, but there has to be somebody very diverse (who does like rock and hip hop and country and all sorts of music)
but I can't think of whoooooo
hmm



I always thought John 5 was a nice mixture of two. But I can't really say that I'm a fan of him.
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Oh, also as far as differing ends of the musical spectrum, Mahavishnu Orchestra and The Mars Volta are rather diverse.


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the beatles

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Oh, because they can instantaneously transition between metalcore, smooth jazz, and bluegrass within four minutes of the same song. Don't mean to attack you, I'm a Beatles fan myself, but not quite the best answer.
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Metal, Hardcore, Progressive, Jazz, Country...... mmmmm..... what else?
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Oh, because they can instantaneously transition between metalcore, smooth jazz, and bluegrass within four minutes of the same song. Don't mean to attack you, I'm a Beatles fan myself, but not quite the best answer.


That actually is a completely acceptable answer based on the terms of the thread. The Beatles are a genre-diverse band because they play many genres. They don't do it in the same song but this thread isn't most genre-diverse song is it?
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Oh, also as far as differing ends of the musical spectrum, Mahavishnu Orchestra and The Mars Volta are rather diverse.


Oh, because they can instantaneously transition between metalcore, smooth jazz, and bluegrass within four minutes of the same song. Don't mean to attack you, I'm a Beatles fan myself, but not quite the best answer.

BTBAM!
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#20
defiantly Omar Rodriguez(mars volta) solo work.
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Buckethead, and thats a non-bias opinion

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Opeth
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#26
Gotta go with the majority with BTBAM

but another band that uses many genres is the Flobots. They use Rap/Hip Hop, Jazz, Rock, Classical, and it sounds very good in my opinion.
#27
idk but metallica is pretty diverse (excluding guitar alot of guitar solos)

Full on thrash metal
power ballads
groove metal
heavy metal
speed metal
hard rock
soft rock
country??!?


yeah i believe they've done a bit...

Pink Floyd?
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I can't think right now, but there has to be somebody very diverse (who does like rock and hip hop and country and all sorts of music)
but I can't think of whoooooo
hmm

I can, Beck.
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Also Zappa, Beck, Bela Fleck and more I can't think of.



Zappa is a good one. I can't believe I didn't think of him!
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That actually is a completely acceptable answer based on the terms of the thread. The Beatles are a genre-diverse band because they play many genres. They don't do it in the same song but this thread isn't most genre-diverse song is it?



What and where are you coming from on that last sentence ?
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#34
Maybe Alice Cooper? He's done quite a few different types of songs.
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