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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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  1. #16
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    I would say anywhere between the 50's and the 70's.
    That is when music was born.
    Elvis
    Jerry Lee Lewis
    Hank Williams
    Motown
    Zep
    Floyd
    Jimi
    Doors
    Beatles
    Bob Dylan
    Bob Marley
    The Who
    Ray Charles
    The Temptations
    Marvin Gaye
    Cream
    Black Sabbath
    and tons more....

    They were the pioneers of music as we know it. They came before mass production of crappy artist that will sell a ton of records now and never be heard of again.
    Think about it many of the bands I named are long gone. But their music still goes on strong because of how great it is. Their music has transended though generations.
    Now think of the music from the 80's - present that will be thought of as "new classics" in 20-30 years. I am not implying that it is all crap, I just don't see that many bands from the recent past that will be thought of as classics in twenty or thirty years.
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    540's BC Aesop alone beats the 60s

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    Any that doesn't include the likes of Lil Wayne, Hurricane Chris, Soulja Boy etc...

    Will probably go with the 90's hip hop genre.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyyfan4life View Post
    Any that doesn't include the likes of Lil Wayne, Hurricane Chris, Soulja Boy etc...

    Will probably go with the 90's hip hop genre.
    Lil Wayne started out in the 90s

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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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    70's, 90's a close second.

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    80's. Hair bands were awesome

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    Main songs i have on my Ipod are from the 50s-70's. Great artists like the creedence clearwater revival, the doors, The rolling stones, led zeppelin and the beatles. They allseemed to sing for something, their songs changed America.

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    Answering 2000's based on pop music would be stupid.

    But seriously, the gear for making music has never been as cheap and accessible as in the modern computer age. So in the 2000's, most talent is definitely in use. I think there's a ton of great bands without deals and fame. And when it comes to electronic music and rap, the options to what to listen are endless. Of course most of it is crap, but surely there is good free music laying here and there.

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    The 70's, bar none, with the 60's a very close second, so much creativity and great music was made between these two decades, the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, Deep Purple, Hendrix, Fleetwood Mac, Rush, CCR, Sabbath, Floyd, I can just go on and on, I have to say though that the late 60's, around '68 and the early 70's is when the best music was made, ever since John Bonham and John Lennon died in late 1980 popular music has, for the most part, become ****, the best music these days is underneath all that.

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    Music wise the 60's.
    Rap/Hip-hop wise the 90's

    2000-2008 so far has blowed

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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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    60's

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