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Musical identity is more important than actual date of release.  Try to keep bands that are more iconic/representative of the genre closer to the beginning of the list.  If you violently disagree with an existing categorization, talk about it in chat before you edit.
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'''Requests''' (aka "to be sorted"):
 
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Revision as of 23:47, 7 May 2007

Musical identity is more important than actual date of release. Try to keep bands that are more iconic/representative of the genre closer to the beginning of the list. If you violently disagree with an existing categorization, talk about it in chat before you edit. If a band is mostly a one-hit wonder, or is super famous for something, list it next to the band name.

Be friendly with your merges.


Requests (aka "to be sorted"):
Depeche Mode A-Ha


Subgenres:


SynthPop ("Are these newfangled synthesizers shiny or what?"):

 New Order, Depeche Mode, Erasure, Gary Numan, Eurythmics, Japan, Soft Cell 


Pop ("Top 40 Stuff"):

 Wham, Cyndi Lauper, Tiffany 


Schlock ("Making your ears bleed"):

 Richard Marx, New Kids On The Block 


New Wave (possibly including New Romantic, kinda gothy, especially in England):

 The Cure, Duran Duran, Thompson Twins, INXS


Hair metal, aka butt-rock (ha ha, I fucked Amp's mom):

 Skid Row, Def Leppard, Van Halen, Survivor


Also relevant, but less so to this show:

Alternative/College rock (which was seeded in the 80s, but did not really achieve musical identity on a large scale until the 90s):

 R.E.M, The Replacements, Talking Heads

Hardcore punk:

 Black Flag, Bad Brains, Dead Kennedys


House music (not a lot of multi-hit artists here):

 C&C Music Factory, Technotronic, Kylie Minogue

Early Rap:

 Grandmaster Flash, Sugarhill Gang, Ice Cube


Carry Over Bands Kansas, Styx, pink floyd

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