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  • 60's

    13 22.41%
  • 70's

    12 20.69%
  • 80's

    11 18.97%
  • 90's

    18 31.03%
  • 2000's

    2 3.45%
  • Other (specify)

    2 3.45%
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    Most talented decade for music?

    What, in your opinion, is the most talented decade for music?
    I personally think that the 90's were because there wasn't much of copying of each other or past bands. The 70's are a close second.
    My opinion of the worst decade is the 2000's because I'm not the biggest fan of rap and the bands don't seem as creative as the bands from the past.
    What do you think?
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    the 60's

    the beatles
    beach boys
    bob dylan
    hendrix
    elvis
    ray charles
    the who
    the temptations
    marvin gaye
    the doors
    cream
    simon and garfunkel
    black sabbath
    led zeppelin
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    Quote Originally Posted by arliss View Post
    the 60's

    the beatles
    beach boys
    bob dylan
    hendrix
    elvis
    ray charles
    the who
    the temptations
    marvin gaye
    the doors
    cream
    simon and garfunkel
    black sabbath
    led zeppelin
    Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arliss View Post
    the 60's

    the beatles
    beach boys
    bob dylan
    hendrix
    elvis
    ray charles
    the who
    the temptations
    marvin gaye
    the doors
    cream
    simon and garfunkel
    black sabbath
    led zeppelin
    +1... couldn't have put it better myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arliss View Post
    the 60's

    the beatles
    beach boys
    bob dylan
    hendrix
    elvis
    ray charles
    the who
    the temptations
    marvin gaye
    the doors
    cream
    simon and garfunkel
    black sabbath
    led zeppelin
    Yeah same. 60's and not really close at all. 80's is probably the second closest. 70's in 3rd, 90's in 4th, 00's in 5th.

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    ****! Meant 60s, damn computer jumped.
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    90's

    2pac big L
    biggie eazy-e
    Dre Snoop

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    Early-mid 90's rap.

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    It's different for different genres.

    Like JHG said, for rap it's the 90s, and rock is the 60s.


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    60s and 70s... i merged the two since they somewhat blend the classic rock genre. some of the most talented individuals and bands came from this time period. all-time legends like zeppelin, allmans, jimi, srv, the who, pink floyd, zappa, the yardbirds, jeff beck, big brother and the holding company, the grateful motha****in' dead!!!!! i long for yesteryear when musical creativity and complexity were still highly valued...

    to the OP who said the 90s because there wasn't much copying of music... you have to be joking, right? the entire grunge/punk/alternative/heavy metal scene was perpetuated by the big guitar bands of the 60s and 70s, who were in turn perpetuated by the original blues sounds of the 40s and 50s... and so the cycle goes. ALL modern (20th century and beyond) music is a deviation of some earlier form of music/spoken word.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    60s and 70s... i merged the two since they somewhat blend the classic rock genre. some of the most talented individuals and bands came from this time period. all-time legends like zeppelin, allmans, jimi, srv, the who, pink floyd, zappa, the yardbirds, jeff beck, big brother and the holding company, the grateful motha****in' dead!!!!! i long for yesteryear when musical creativity and complexity were still highly valued...

    to the OP who said the 90s because there wasn't much copying of music... you have to be joking, right? the entire grunge/punk/alternative/heavy metal scene was perpetuated by the big guitar bands of the 60s and 70s, who were in turn perpetuated by the original blues sounds of the 40s and 50s... and so the cycle goes. ALL modern (20th century and beyond) music is a deviation of some earlier form of music/spoken word.
    Sorry, I should have chose a different word. I know that almost everything today was influenced and based off the past. I should have said that the 90's bands/artists seem a helluva lot more creative than the 2000's.
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    I'm a huge fan of the 90s

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    60s no contest. Thats when everything broke open, even rap can trace its roots to 60's funk.

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    90s

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    I would the 70's is when alot of the best albums came out. Some of those artists came out in the 60's, but their best material wasn't till the 70's.

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