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What do you think was the best year(s) of music?

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early 90's were good for pop music... 2000 is good for techno and trance.

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To me, every year there is a mixture of good and horrible music; so I can't pinpoint and say X was the best year(s) of music while everything else sucks.

Um... And the music I've enjoyed in the past, if I happen to hear them again...nostalgia. It's like, whatever recent music I enjoy, if I hear them again years later, I can recall some highlight events of my life during the year which that particular song(s) came out. Know what I mean?

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80s
hell all years man.

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The 70's by quite a long way in my opinion. I love classic rock :lol:

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Yeah 80s were pretty huge. My last semester in college I added 80s to my show. It went well with the anime and game music naturally

Edited by Furious Guile, 21 January 2004 - 01:49 AM.


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early 90's songs are tooooo slow and the rock only rock that I remember was from the summer, which just gives me a headache if I listen to it now :lol:

2003 was a good year for trance I guess :\

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I like classic rock, trance music, dance music, eurodance, J-pop, punk too. :D Best years of music: 70's, 80's, 2001-2003's.

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UK 70'S GLAM ROCK

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If it wasn't for those boys there wouldn't be CROTCH GRABBIN metal and then rock started to evolve to what it is today :D



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for me, it's 1992 when the future sound of london went supernova with papua new guinea (accelerator album... ep was released in '91). all my music's been 'electronic' since. now mostly *beat and ambient... and a bit of downtempo. pop used to be good... in the 80's. doesn't interest me now.

oh yeah, and the year when a-ha made the 'take on me' video... i thought it was the coolest~ i still have that ep vinyl somewhere~ anyone remember what year that was?




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