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19th Nov '17 2:36:19 PM ThisIsMine
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* Music/{{Embrace}}

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* Music/{{Embrace}}Music/{{Embrace}} (UrExample)



* Music/{{Jawbreaker}}

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* Music/{{Jawbreaker}}Music/{{Jawbreaker}} (TropeCodifier)



* Music/RitesOfSpring

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* Music/RitesOfSpringMusic/RitesOfSpring (UrExample)
19th Jun '17 1:07:25 PM Rockah12
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->''And I don't know God\\
And I don't anyone\\

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->''And I ->''I don't know God\\
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20th May '17 11:23:46 PM bt8257
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Emo music is typically characterized by melodic musicianship and bluntly expressive, often confessional lyrics. It grew out of the HardcorePunk and PostHardcore scenes in UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC in the mid-eighties, with bands like Rites of Spring, Fugazi, and Embrace rising in popularity as a response to the perceived violence in the punk movement. While the DC scene would fade out by the end of TheEighties, by then it had spread across the country, with bands like UsefulNotes/{{Seattle}}'s Sunny Day Real Estate and UsefulNotes/SanFrancisco's Jawbreaker carrying the torch of emo through TheNineties. Thanks to the rise of {{grunge}} and the boom in underground music in the early part of the decade, bands later labelled "emo" first got mainstream exposure during this period.

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Emo music is typically characterized by melodic musicianship and bluntly expressive, often confessional lyrics. It grew out of the HardcorePunk and PostHardcore scenes in UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC in the mid-eighties, with bands like Rites of Spring, Fugazi, and Embrace rising in popularity as a response to the perceived violence in the punk movement. While the DC scene would fade out by the end of TheEighties, by then it had spread across the country, with bands like UsefulNotes/{{Seattle}}'s Sunny Day Real Estate and UsefulNotes/SanFrancisco's Jawbreaker Music/{{Jawbreaker}} carrying the torch of emo through TheNineties. Thanks to the rise of {{grunge}} and the boom in underground music in the early part of the decade, bands later labelled "emo" first got mainstream exposure during this period.
24th Apr '17 6:10:27 AM zemiso
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* Music/TheWorldIsABeautifulPlaceAndIAmNoLongerAfraidToDie (with an [[RevolvingDoorBand "ever-changing, ever-evolving lineup"]])


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* Music/TheWorldIsABeautifulPlaceAndIAmNoLongerAfraidToDie (with an [[RevolvingDoorBand "ever-changing, ever-evolving lineup"]])
19th Apr '17 4:49:14 AM zemiso
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* Music/TheWorldIsABeautifulPlace&IAmNoLongerAfraidToDie (with an [[RevolvingDoorBand "ever-changing, ever-evolving lineup"]])

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* Music/TheWorldIsABeautifulPlace&IAmNoLongerAfraidToDie Music/TheWorldIsABeautifulPlaceAndIAmNoLongerAfraidToDie (with an [[RevolvingDoorBand "ever-changing, ever-evolving lineup"]])
19th Apr '17 4:47:32 AM zemiso
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* Music/TheWorldIsABeautifulPlace&IAmNoLongerAfraidToDie (with an [[RevolvingDoorBand "ever-changing, ever-evolving lineup]])

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* Music/TheWorldIsABeautifulPlace&IAmNoLongerAfraidToDie (with an [[RevolvingDoorBand "ever-changing, ever-evolving lineup]])lineup"]])



* Music/Waterparks

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* Music/WaterparksMusic/{{Waterparks}}



* Music/Saywecanfly

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* Music/SaywecanflyMusic/{{Saywecanfly}}
19th Apr '17 4:37:44 AM zemiso
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[[/index]]

!! "Emo Revival" bands (the indie takeover of the sound):

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* Music/TheWorldIsABeautifulPlace&IAmNoLongerAfraidToDie (with an [[RevolvingDoorBand "ever-changing, ever-evolving lineup]])
* Music/MooseBlood
* Music/Waterparks
* Music/DeerLeap
* Music/RozwellKid
* Music/SororityNoise
* Music/IntoItOverIt
* Music/Saywecanfly
* Music/ModernBaseball
[[/index]]
16th Mar '17 11:55:10 AM TheBigBopper
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A woefully misjudged form of music, actually, emo music has a long and varied history that touches the early 2000's and extends all the way back to the 1980's. Despite the fact that emo has become a... Polarizing term in our current critical establishment, emo music has produced a great deal of highly talented but highly underrated (and often multi-platinum selling) acts who aren't quite given proper critical respect due to the rise of modern hipsterdom.

The history can be separated into three different eras, four if you count [[ScreamoMusic screamo]], [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin which is emo with lots of screaming]], which became popular in TheNewTens and is often considered to be musically closer to {{metalcore}} than to emotive hardcore.

Emo itself (the music) is typically characterized by melodic musicianship and bluntly expressive, often confessional lyrics. It grew out of the HardcorePunk and PostHardcore scenes in UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC in the mid-eighties, with bands like Rites of Spring, Fugazi, and Embrace rising in popularity as a response to the perceived violence in the punk movement. While the DC scene would fade out by the end of TheEighties, by then it had spread across the country, with bands like UsefulNotes/{{Seattle}}'s Sunny Day Real Estate and UsefulNotes/SanFrancisco's Jawbreaker carrying the torch of emo through TheNineties. Thanks to the rise of {{grunge}} and the boom in underground music in the early part of the decade, bands later labelled "emo" first got mainstream exposure during this period.

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A woefully misjudged misunderstood form of music, actually, emo music has a long and varied history that touches the early 2000's and extends all the way back to the 1980's. Despite the fact that emo has become a... Polarizing term in our current critical establishment, emo music has produced a great deal of highly talented but highly underrated (and often multi-platinum selling) acts who aren't quite given proper critical respect due to the rise of modern hipsterdom.

The history can be separated into three different eras, four if you count [[ScreamoMusic screamo]], [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin which screamo]][[note]]which is emo with lots of screaming]], screaming[[/note]], which became popular in TheNewTens and is often considered to be musically closer to {{metalcore}} than to emotive hardcore.

Emo itself (the music) music is typically characterized by melodic musicianship and bluntly expressive, often confessional lyrics. It grew out of the HardcorePunk and PostHardcore scenes in UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC in the mid-eighties, with bands like Rites of Spring, Fugazi, and Embrace rising in popularity as a response to the perceived violence in the punk movement. While the DC scene would fade out by the end of TheEighties, by then it had spread across the country, with bands like UsefulNotes/{{Seattle}}'s Sunny Day Real Estate and UsefulNotes/SanFrancisco's Jawbreaker carrying the torch of emo through TheNineties. Thanks to the rise of {{grunge}} and the boom in underground music in the early part of the decade, bands later labelled "emo" first got mainstream exposure during this period.
15th Mar '17 6:37:14 PM TheBigBopper
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A very woefully misjudged form of music, actually, emo music has a long and varied history that touches the early 2000's and extends all the way back to the 1980's. Despite the fact that emo has become a... Polarizing term in our current critical establishment, emo music has produced a great deal of highly talented but highly underrated (and often multi-platinum selling) acts who aren't quite given proper critical respect due to the rise of modern hipsterdom.

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A very woefully misjudged form of music, actually, emo music has a long and varied history that touches the early 2000's and extends all the way back to the 1980's. Despite the fact that emo has become a... Polarizing term in our current critical establishment, emo music has produced a great deal of highly talented but highly underrated (and often multi-platinum selling) acts who aren't quite given proper critical respect due to the rise of modern hipsterdom.
6th Mar '17 5:36:15 PM Hugpocalypse
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