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Old 03-28-2007, 02:13 PM   #8
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Default Re: What happened to the Black Band in music.

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Originally Posted by SomeBunghole
Just like punk killed the white band.

Do tell.

70's arena rock leads to punk backlash
Punk backlash leads to 80's extravagance (Crue/Poison/D Leppard)
80's glam backlash leads to 90's grunge
hardly backlash, but grunge goes mainstream and leads to 90's modern rock
that leads us to our current state of single driven pop music like 60's and 70's pop

there will prolly be some sort of backlash from the over-topness of rock and Hip-pop right now back to a punk/grungy and people will be *****ing about all the depressing rock bands

I don't see how Punk killed white bands
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