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15th Aug '16 8:45:06 AM TSims
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** When and where did TheGoldenAgeOfHipHop begins and ends. Some say it's around the late 80's to early to mid 90's. A few hardliners say it's just the early to mid 80's only. The latter is a small but VocalMinority.
15th Aug '16 8:34:52 AM TSims
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** A heavier example is the fire storm that happened when they said #AllLivesMatter. Then they backtracked and said that #AllLivesMatter and #BlackLivesMatter. That just made it worse.

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** A **A heavier example is the fire storm that happened when they said #AllLivesMatter. Then they backtracked and said that #AllLivesMatter and #BlackLivesMatter. That just made it worse.



**Same situation with classic HipHop. Anything pass 2000 on a classic hip-hop station is heavily contentious.



* ButcherBabies got criticism for the two lead singers performing topless with pasties. Others point out that it's a Homage to performer Wendy O. Williams. But it's likely that most of their audience doesn't even know who that is.
** Gets even more dicey when people claim that the criticism is passive aggressive SlutShaming.

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* ButcherBabies *ButcherBabies got criticism for the two lead singers performing topless with pasties. Others point out that it's a Homage to performer Wendy O. Williams. But it's likely that most of their audience doesn't even know who that is.
** Gets **Gets even more dicey when people claim that the criticism is passive aggressive SlutShaming.
15th Aug '16 8:17:07 AM TSims
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**A heavier example is the fire storm that happened when they said #AllLivesMatter. Then they backtracked and said that #AllLivesMatter and #BlackLivesMatter. That just made it worse.


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*ButcherBabies got criticism for the two lead singers performing topless with pasties. Others point out that it's a Homage to performer Wendy O. Williams. But it's likely that most of their audience doesn't even know who that is.
**Gets even more dicey when people claim that the criticism is passive aggressive SlutShaming.
1st Aug '16 10:47:55 PM KizunaTallis
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* {{Trance}} has what is quite possibly the most fractured fanbase in ElectronicMusic. Arguments mainly center on what constitutes as [[NoTrueScotsman "true"]] trance (the weird and trippy psychedelic trance versus the euphoric and emotional uplifting trance, which is just one of many inner fandom rivalries), with the fandom continuing to schism more and more due to the sheer number of subgenres within the larger scene and the directions the genre has taken over the years.

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* {{Trance}} has what is quite possibly the most fractured fanbase in ElectronicMusic. Arguments mainly center on what constitutes as [[NoTrueScotsman "true"]] trance (the weird and trippy psychedelic trance versus the euphoric and emotional uplifting trance, which is just one of many inner fandom rivalries), with the fandom continuing to schism more and more due to the sheer number of subgenres within the larger scene and the directions the genre has taken over the years.years, especially in the increasingly commercialized climate of TheNewTens ElectronicMusic scene.
18th Jun '16 10:10:19 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* When Music/{{Katatonia}} drastically shifted from being a blackened DoomMetal band to a LighterAndSofter AlternativeMetal band starting with ''Discouraged Ones'' and stuck with it, this reaction is a given.
18th Jun '16 7:13:55 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* A lot of Music/{{Dismember}} listeners wonder if any of the albums between ''Indecent and Obscene'' (or at least, ''Massive Killing Capacity'') and ''The God That Never Was'' were any good, since the band added a lot more focus on melody than straight up DeathMetal.
12th Apr '16 1:31:10 PM Giantsgiants
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* Happens with classic rock too. What should the cutoff year be? Are 90's (or even late 80's) rock allowed to be classics? Should so-and-so band be considered classic rock? (The latter debate is especially prominent with [[Music/GunsNRoses Guns N' Roses]], Music/{{Metallica}}, Music/{{Nirvana}}, and Music/PearlJam.)

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* Happens with classic rock too. Is classic rock just a radio format or a distinct style of its own? What should the cutoff year be? Are 90's (or even late 80's) rock allowed to be classics? Should so-and-so band be considered classic rock? (The latter debate is especially prominent with [[Music/GunsNRoses Guns N' Roses]], Music/{{Metallica}}, Music/{{Nirvana}}, and Music/PearlJam.)
12th Apr '16 1:29:23 PM Giantsgiants
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* Happens with classic rock too. What should the cutoff year be for a song? Are 90's (or even late 80's) rock allowed to be classics? Should so-and-so band be considered classic rock? (The latter debate is especially prominent with [[Music/GunsNRoses Guns N' Roses]], Music/{{Metallica}}, Music/{{Nirvana}}, and Music/PearlJam.)

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* Happens with classic rock too. What should the cutoff year be for a song? be? Are 90's (or even late 80's) rock allowed to be classics? Should so-and-so band be considered classic rock? (The latter debate is especially prominent with [[Music/GunsNRoses Guns N' Roses]], Music/{{Metallica}}, Music/{{Nirvana}}, and Music/PearlJam.)
12th Apr '16 1:28:41 PM Giantsgiants
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* Happens with classic rock too. What should the cutoff year be for a song? Are 90's (or even late 80's) rock allowed to be classics? Should so-and-so band be considered classic rock? (The latter debate is especially prominent with [[Music/GunsNRoses Guns N' Roses]], Music/{{Metallica}}, Music/{{Nirvana}}, and Music/PearlJam.)
29th Mar '16 4:53:55 PM Pichu-kun
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** Songs like "Hello Kitty" and "Girlfriend" sound completely different from her older styles. Fans are torn on whether her more pop oriented songs ar treacherous or enjoyable.

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** Songs like "Hello Kitty" and "Girlfriend" sound completely different from her older styles. Fans are torn on whether her more pop oriented songs ar are treacherous or enjoyable.



* In This Moment's fanbase breaks more with each album. Whether the flashiness and theatrics of their newer music videos is a step up or a bad thing depends on the person.

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* In This Moment's Music/InThisMoment's fanbase breaks more with each album. Whether the flashiness and theatrics of their newer music videos is a step up or a bad thing depends on the person.
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