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29th Nov '17 1:53:04 AM KingClark
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[----''HAHAHA GET IT? MUSIC? [[IncrediblyLamePun OF NOTE?]] [[DontExplainTheJoke HAHAHA]]''----]

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[----''HAHAHA GET IT? MUSIC? [[IncrediblyLamePun [[{{Pun}} OF NOTE?]] NOTE]]? [[DontExplainTheJoke HAHAHA]]''----]HAHAHA]]!''----]
17th Nov '17 2:37:35 AM Nick98
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* British collective/record label Boy Better Know was founded in 2005 by brothers and MC's Jamie and Joseph Adenuga, aka JME and Skepta. It has since then become the single most important collective in the grime scene, releasing albums by notable MC's like Wiley, Frisco and Jammer. While for their first 10 years they never quite managed to break out the UK, everything changed with the surprise success of Skepta's fourth album, ''Konnichiwa'', which exposed grime to an audience even outside Britain and landed in various end-of-year lists of best albums of 2016.
15th Nov '17 1:47:11 PM MisterApple
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* Music/FrankZappa: Used xylophones and kazoos on a rock album in the mid sixties, inspired everything from Music/CaptainBeefheart to Music/They Might be Giants, and explored everything from blues-rock to jazz fusion. Politically vocal, musical omnivore, satirically pointed and to top it all off blessed with a good sense of humor that often attacked the pomposity of classical music and rock 'n' roll itself.

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* Music/FrankZappa: Used xylophones and kazoos on a rock album in the mid sixties, inspired everything from Music/CaptainBeefheart to Music/They Might be Giants, Music/TheyMightBeGiants, and explored everything from blues-rock to jazz fusion. Politically vocal, musical omnivore, satirically pointed and to top it all off blessed with a good sense of humor that often attacked the pomposity of classical music and rock 'n' roll itself.



* [[Music/ThePolice Sting]]. Just... Sting.

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* [[Music/ThePolice Sting]]. Just... Sting.



** Music/TheyMightBeGiants is the only band that has an accordionist as [[strike: a permanent member]] their most famous member.

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** Music/TheyMightBeGiants is the only band that has an accordionist (and keyboardist, saxophonist, bass clarinetist, [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs saxonettist]]) as [[strike: a permanent member]] their most famous a leading member.
14th Nov '17 4:20:07 AM thecnoNSMB
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* After being dormant for a long time, teenage girls reignited their love affair with heartthrob musicians. Most dominant at the time were Music/JustinBieber and, later, Music/OneDirection.

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* After being dormant for a long time, teenage girls reignited their love affair with heartthrob musicians. Most dominant at the time were Music/JustinBieber, then Music/OneDirection, then Music/JustinBieber and, later, Music/OneDirection.again.
7th Nov '17 9:50:46 AM Nick98
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** Music/TheProdigy. Began as an Essex-rave act but mixed rave sounds, breakbeats, hip hop and hardcore punk for ''massive'' crossover success. Defied the "faceless" nature of electronic music by pushing Maxim Reality and Keith Flint as prominent vocalists.

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** Music/TheProdigy. Began as an Essex-rave act but mixed rave sounds, breakbeats, hip hop and hardcore punk for ''massive'' crossover success. Defied the "faceless" nature of electronic music by pushing Maxim Reality and Keith Flint as prominent vocalists.vocalists, and their third album, ''Music/TheFatOfTheLand'', is frequently regarded as one of the greatest albums in electronic dance music history.



** The Crystal Method, regarded as the USA's answer to the Chemical Brothers, juxtapose pumping electronic sounds with a strong rock band feel. Their sound is also very movie score-like, and that earned them the right to appear in the soundtracks for movies such as ''Film/TheFastAndTheFurious'', ''Film/BladeTrilogy'', ''Film/BallisticEcksVsSever'' and ''Film/{{Cursed|2005}}''. They have also created the theme song for the TV series ''Series/{{Bones}}''.

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** The Crystal Method, regarded as the USA's answer to the Chemical Brothers, juxtapose pumping electronic sounds with a strong rock band feel. Their sound is also very movie score-like, and that earned them - for better or for worse - the right to appear in the soundtracks for movies such as ''Film/TheFastAndTheFurious'', ''Film/BladeTrilogy'', ''Film/BallisticEcksVsSever'' and ''Film/{{Cursed|2005}}''. They have also created the theme song for the TV series ''Series/{{Bones}}''.



* Music/{{Pendulum}} codified drum and bass with their mythical debut album ''Hold Your Colour'', and kept on striding with their later releases, that have a very fresh, powerful rock-influenced sound, which at first was heavily contested by old-school d'n'b fans, but is now regarded as a notable mark of such genre.

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* Music/{{Pendulum}} codified drum and bass with their mythical critically acclaimed debut album ''Hold Your Colour'', and kept on striding going strong with their later releases, that have a very fresh, powerful rock-influenced sound, which at first was heavily contested by old-school d'n'b releases. Their second album, ''In Silico'', received mixed reception amongst their older fans, but is now regarded as a notable mark its clever mix of such genre.drum and bass and AlternativeRock opened them to a much wider audience.



* Music/LCDSoundsystem, [[IAmTheBand fronted and masterminded]] by James Murphy, a music historian who let loose all his influences and indulgences into long-winded, relentless dance records, creating a fresh template for indie and dance music of the 2000s and beyond. With this project, Murphy helped [[TropeCodifier establish, and become a figurehead of,]] the modern DancePunk sound.

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* Music/LCDSoundsystem, [[IAmTheBand fronted and masterminded]] by James Murphy, a music historian who let loose all his influences and indulgences into long-winded, relentless relentlessly catchy dance records, creating a fresh template for indie and dance music of the 2000s and beyond. With this project, Murphy helped [[TropeCodifier establish, and become a figurehead of,]] the modern DancePunk sound.



* Cash Money Records (Li'l Wayne, Juvenile, Big Tymers) and No Limit Records (Mystikal, Master P, Silkk the Shocker, C-Murder) were responsible for bringing the "Dirty South" and bounce music into the limelight in the late '90s.

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* Cash Money Records (Li'l (Lil' Wayne, Birdman, Juvenile, Big Tymers) and No Limit Records (Mystikal, Master P, Silkk the Shocker, C-Murder) were responsible for bringing the "Dirty South" and bounce music into the limelight in the late '90s.



** Kanye ''ruled'' the hip hop world ever since he broke out. Even when his ego and a bunch of controversies came into play, it did nothing to derail his career.

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** Kanye ''ruled'' the hip hop world ever since he broke out. Even when his ego and a bunch of controversies came into play, it did nothing to derail his career. Hell, his 2009 hiatus following his VMA fiasco with Taylor Swift only made him stronger, as the release of ''Music/MyBeautifulDarkTwistedFantasy'' in 2010 clearly shown.


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* Music/KendrickLamar is undisputably the most critically successful rapper of the new Tens, with his major-label albums - ''Music/GoodKidMAADCity'', ''To Pimp a Butterfly'', and ''DAMN.'' - selling millions and receiving enthusiastic reviews thanks to his incredible songwriting abilities.
20th Aug '17 12:49:02 PM darkchiefy
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** Dr. Dre rose from the ashes of NWA to release ''The Chronic,'' where he pioneered the g-funk sound that became a benchmark for hip-hop for the next several years. Still one of hip-hop's premier producers.

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** [[Music/DrDre Dr. Dre Dre]] rose from the ashes of NWA to release ''The Chronic,'' where he pioneered the g-funk sound that became a benchmark for hip-hop for the next several years. Still one of hip-hop's premier producers.



** Death Row Records: Released ''The Chronic'' and ''Doggystyle''; founded by Dr. Dre and Suge Knight.

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** Death Row Records: Creator/DeathRowRecords: Released ''The Chronic'' and ''Doggystyle''; founded by Dr. Dre and Suge Knight.
8th Aug '17 3:55:51 AM iloveadamruinseverything
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* Music/NickiMinaj's pop smarts, showmanship and unflappable, dominant personality made her ''easily'' the face of HipHop in the 2010s. Started out as hip-hop's answer to Gaga's theatrics and weirdness, but shook it off for a more mature image, and became the biggest feminist icon on the top 40, with the possible exception of Beyonce.
5th Aug '17 4:34:21 AM jormis29
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* While mainstream hip-hop during the '80s had devolved into a gimmick, West Coast hip-hop (DrDre, Music/SnoopDogg, Music/{{NWA}}) gave birth to gangsta rap and made hip-hop a force to be reckoned with.

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* While mainstream hip-hop during the '80s had devolved into a gimmick, West Coast hip-hop (DrDre, (Music/DrDre, Music/SnoopDogg, Music/{{NWA}}) gave birth to gangsta rap and made hip-hop a force to be reckoned with.
2nd Aug '17 5:58:23 PM nombretomado
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* Music/GogolBordello, [[XMeetsY punk meets gypsy polka]]!

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* Music/GogolBordello, [[XMeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY punk meets gypsy polka]]!
29th Jul '17 9:11:08 AM wyattte
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* Music/RaymondScott, a relentless visionary who's most famous for his bouncy compositions that became the soundtrack to many a cartoon. Like Glenn Miller, he and his Raymond Scott Quintette were more about tight arrangements than the improvisational skills that jazz made its name on. He also helped pioneer ElectronicMusic, including the invention of the Electronium, the world's first synthesizer. Between all this, he scored tons of television shows and advertisements, and made three extremely experimental albums designed for infants.
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