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25th May '16 7:15:36 PM HypnoticMeerkat
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** And that's before getting into the new release, ''Chinese Democracy'', where Axl [[IAmTheBand is the only member of the original lineup left]], and a rotating cast of musicians contributed to the album. The album has more of an IndustrialRock feel, helped by the fact that NineInchNails guitarist Robin Finck is one of the few to perform in all songs.

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** And that's before getting into the new release, ''Chinese Democracy'', where Axl [[IAmTheBand is the only member of the original lineup left]], and a rotating cast of musicians contributed to the album. The album has more of an IndustrialRock feel, helped by the fact that NineInchNails Music/NineInchNails guitarist Robin Finck is one of the few to perform in all songs.
24th May '16 11:36:44 PM Doug86
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*** Even farther away from drone-metal is ''Deep In Ocean Sunk the Lamp of Light'' by Æthenor--a side-project, including O'Malley from Sunn O)))--which serves up disturbing random-noise glitch with (almost pretty!) twinkling music-box chiming, then dumps it all into the ProTools Cuisinart set to Liquefy.

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*** Even farther away from drone-metal is ''Deep In Ocean Sunk the Lamp of Light'' by Æthenor--a [=Æ=]thenor--a side-project, including O'Malley from Sunn O)))--which serves up disturbing random-noise glitch with (almost pretty!) twinkling music-box chiming, then dumps it all into the ProTools Cuisinart set to Liquefy.
22nd May '16 5:05:41 PM UltimateLazer
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* Music/BlackSabbath is considered the first HeavyMetal band, and are often thought of as being just that. However, they created metal out of a mixture of PsychedelicRock, HardRock, ProgressiveRock, BluesRock, and Acid Rock, along with varying influences along the way that helped shape metal as we know it today.


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* ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}'' is an unlikely mixture of a team-based FirstPersonShooter in a Creator/{{Pixar}}-like setting. The roster of colorful characters can be compared to that of a FightingGame, while each character brings a unique influence into the game to give it something with far more personality than your standard FPS.
10th May '16 9:41:57 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* Music/{{Cormorant}} describes themselves as Tiberian-Ass Bastard Folk: ProgressiveMetal with blends of MelodicDeathMetal, BlackMetal, 70's HardRock, PostRock and of course {{Folk}}.
29th Apr '16 5:23:37 AM UltimateLazer
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* Music/UnlockingTheTruth blends together various retro metal styles such trad, speed, and thrash with nu metal and alternative rock.
28th Apr '16 7:40:59 AM aye_amber
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* ProgressiveRock, to a tee. Progressive rock started (arguably) when KingCrimson tried to create rock music from classical influences rather than blues ones. After 30-plus years of experimentation by many bands combining all the musical genres known to mankind under the 'Progressive Rock' banner and coming up with wildy varying results, Many prog fans think that if you're in a prog band and not invoking this trope, then you're just not doing it ''properly''.

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* ProgressiveRock, to a tee. Progressive rock started (arguably) when KingCrimson Music/KingCrimson tried to create rock music from classical influences rather than blues ones. After 30-plus years of experimentation by many bands combining all the musical genres known to mankind under the 'Progressive Rock' banner and coming up with wildy varying results, Many prog fans think that if you're in a prog band and not invoking this trope, then you're just not doing it ''properly''.



* KingCrimson might be classified as ProgressiveRock but [[GenreBusting they go well beyond convention]]. They regularly mixed ClassicalMusic, {{Jazz}}, and HardRock with hints of Proto-[[HeavyMetal Metal]], Proto-{{Industrial}}, {{Funk}}, NoiseRock, and JimiHendrix. [[AwesomeMusic Not]] [[AwesomeMusic/KingCrimson only does it work]], but they were doing this in 1969.

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* KingCrimson Music/KingCrimson might be classified as ProgressiveRock but [[GenreBusting they go well beyond convention]]. They regularly mixed ClassicalMusic, {{Jazz}}, and HardRock with hints of Proto-[[HeavyMetal Metal]], Proto-{{Industrial}}, {{Funk}}, NoiseRock, and JimiHendrix. [[AwesomeMusic Not]] [[AwesomeMusic/KingCrimson only does it work]], but they were doing this in 1969.
23rd Apr '16 5:29:07 AM UltimateLazer
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* Music/{{Exotype}} combines HeavyMetal with ElectronicMusic. That would've been enough to qualify them, but they take it even further with the various genres on both ends. You got {{Djent}}, {{Deathcore}}, NuMetal, {{Metalcore}}, and ProgressiveMetal on the metal end, and [[{{Dubstep}} Brostep]], {{Trance}}, Glitch, {{Industrial}}, and occasional {{Ambient}} on the electronic side. You also got your mix of singing, rapping, screaming, and growling ''all coming from the same guy''.
23rd Apr '16 12:22:04 AM aye_amber
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* Music/JohnZorn, the producer of Music/MrBungle's first album, known for blowing the minds of music nerds with his free jazz/metal/surf/western nonsense albums like "''Music/{{Radio}}'', "Torture Garden" and "Leng T'che", featuring Music/{{Boredoms}} vocalist Yamatsuka Eye. But the rest of his catalogue is eclectic too. Name '''any''' musical genre and he has played it, even switchting back and forth in one and the same track.

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* Music/JohnZorn, the producer of Music/MrBungle's first album, known for blowing the minds of music nerds with his free jazz/metal/surf/western jazz / metal / surf / western nonsense albums like "''Music/{{Radio}}'', "Torture Garden" like: "''Music/{{Radio}},'' ''Torture Garden,'' and "Leng T'che", ''Leng T'che,'' featuring Music/{{Boredoms}} ''Boredoms'' vocalist Yamatsuka Eye. But the rest of his catalogue is eclectic too. Name '''any''' musical genre and he has played it, even switchting switching back and forth in one and the same track.
17th Apr '16 10:40:25 PM UltimateLazer
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* Major Lazer combines [[ElectronicMusic EDM]] with Caribbean music, along with occasional {{Pop}} and HipHop found throughout.

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* Major Lazer combines [[ElectronicMusic has this more-or-less as the main point. At the very least, they mix together [[ElectronicDanceMusic EDM]] with Caribbean music, along [[{{Reggae}} Dancehall]]. However, they also take influence from African, Middle Eastern, and Indian music whenever they feel like, and experiment with occasional {{Pop}} and HipHop found throughout.along the way.
17th Apr '16 1:05:06 PM aye_amber
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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chillwave Chillwave]] is a new genre termed to describe a recent crop of musicians who make {{retraux}} 80's-inspired synthpop but with lo-fi/shoegaze/psychedelic production values. Possibly the closest we will get to a sonic embodiment of the {{nostalgia filter}}, as the genre deliberately attempts to sound like old, warped cassette tapes one might randomly find in the house or car. Lyrical themes include [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lfd3uZDcJ3g drugs,]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhIJGF85Pro the beach,]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PuCkZ1ALkI just chilling out in general.]]

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* [[http://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chillwave Chillwave]] is a new genre termed to describe a recent crop of musicians who make {{retraux}} 80's-inspired synthpop but with lo-fi/shoegaze/psychedelic production values. Possibly the closest we will get to a sonic embodiment of the {{nostalgia filter}}, as the genre deliberately attempts to sound like old, warped cassette tapes one might randomly find in the house or car. Lyrical themes include [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lfd3uZDcJ3g drugs,]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhIJGF85Pro the beach,]] and [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PuCkZ1ALkI just chilling out in general.]]



* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Witch_house_%28music_genre%29 Take a look at]] {{Wikipedia}}'s list of stylistic origins of WitchHouse. Bear in mind that the list has been dramatically ''cut down'' over time as well. While the genre tends to be a highly variegated MindScrew-y hodgepodge of influences in general, Salem's ''King Night'' (arguably one of the better-known releases within the genre) exemplifies what we're dealing with pretty accurately: the first three tracks consist of dark, hazy, dramatic electronic music, with reverb-heavy synth soundscapes and distant vocals seeming to simultaneously take influence from {{Shoegaze}}, {{Trance}} and {{Industrial}} music, backed by [[UncommonTime skipping, somewhat arrhythmic]] beats with heavy HipHop and {{Dubstep}} influence. Think that's an unusual melting pot of influences? By track four, "Sick," we get ''Dirty South-influenced rapping'' over ominous soft synths and operatic vocal inflections. The album only gets weirder from there, with two straight up HipHop tracks, slightly more stripped down SynthPop[=/=]Shoegaze numbers, fuzzed-out power chords and just about everything else in between. Other artists purported as examples of Witch House range from ethereal dub to HipHop beats with a nihilistic edge and noisy, cracked-out pop. The only constants among these bands seem to be a dark (sometimes [[StylisticSuck intentionally campy]]) quasi-occult aesthetic, vocals processed to the point of being incomprehensible, loving spoonfuls of reverb, and this trope.

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* [[http://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Witch_house_%28music_genre%29 Take a look at]] {{Wikipedia}}'s Wiki/{{Wikipedia}}'s list of stylistic origins of WitchHouse. Bear in mind that the list has been dramatically ''cut down'' over time as well. While the genre tends to be a highly variegated MindScrew-y hodgepodge of influences in general, Salem's ''King Night'' (arguably one of the better-known releases within the genre) exemplifies what we're dealing with pretty accurately: the first three tracks consist of dark, hazy, dramatic electronic music, with reverb-heavy synth soundscapes and distant vocals seeming to simultaneously take influence from {{Shoegaze}}, {{Trance}} and {{Industrial}} music, backed by [[UncommonTime skipping, somewhat arrhythmic]] beats with heavy HipHop and {{Dubstep}} influence. Think that's an unusual melting pot of influences? By track four, "Sick," we get ''Dirty South-influenced rapping'' over ominous soft synths and operatic vocal inflections. The album only gets weirder from there, with two straight up HipHop tracks, slightly more stripped down SynthPop[=/=]Shoegaze numbers, fuzzed-out power chords and just about everything else in between. Other artists purported as examples of Witch House range from ethereal dub to HipHop beats with a nihilistic edge and noisy, cracked-out pop. The only constants among these bands seem to be a dark (sometimes [[StylisticSuck intentionally campy]]) quasi-occult aesthetic, vocals processed to the point of being incomprehensible, loving spoonfuls of reverb, and this trope.



* {{Music/Garbage}}: Most of their material is a melting pot of {{Industrial}}, PowerPop, {{Grunge}}, Electronic chill, Goth Rock and HipHop.
* {{Music/Atheist}}, a TechnicalDeathMetal band, combines DeathMetal with Latin music and {{Jazz}}.

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* {{Music/Garbage}}: Music/{{Garbage}}: Most of their material is a melting pot of {{Industrial}}, PowerPop, {{Grunge}}, Electronic chill, Goth Rock GothRock, and HipHop.
* {{Music/Atheist}}, Music/{{Atheist}}, a TechnicalDeathMetal band, combines DeathMetal with Latin music and {{Jazz}}.



* The French solo artist [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKIeqojIVoI The Algorithm]] is a very good example, as he plays something that could maybe be called some sort of... Dunno... 8bit Math-BreakStep? Oh, I'm not nearly insane enough to get an accurate name for this. Doesn't matter, it's the best and most awesome thing I ever heard anyway. He made a cool [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNOen3mc9dw remix]] of Igorrr (see just above) too.

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* The French solo artist [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKIeqojIVoI The Algorithm]] is a very good example, as he plays something that could maybe be called some sort of... Dunno... 8bit Math-BreakStep? Oh, I'm not nearly insane enough to get an accurate name for this. Doesn't matter, it's the best and most awesome thing I ever heard anyway. He made a cool [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNOen3mc9dw remix]] of Igorrr (see just above) too.



* [[http://www.youtube.com/user/ELECTROCUTICA Electrocutica]] is a Japanese band using a strange but wonderful blend of classical, electronic, rock/metal music and alternating between human and {{Vocaloid}} singers. The end result is usually something extremely amazing and MindScrew-y.

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* [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/user/ELECTROCUTICA Electrocutica]] is a Japanese band using a strange but wonderful blend of classical, electronic, rock/metal music and alternating between human and {{Vocaloid}} Music/{{Vocaloid}} singers. The end result is usually something extremely amazing and MindScrew-y.



* Several classically artists have begun incorporating different musical stylings into their music. Some famous ones, Vanessa Mae combined [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eCvTx5nDDA classical violin with techno,]] and the girl group Bond has combined classical with [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNy8r-ZgKgQ rock, pop, world, and pretty much everything else.]] It actually caused a problem for Bond, they were trapped in a "too pop for classical charts, to classical for pop charts" conundrum for quite a while.

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* Several classically artists have begun incorporating different musical stylings into their music. Some famous ones, Vanessa Mae combined [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eCvTx5nDDA classical violin with techno,]] and the girl group Bond has combined classical with [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNy8r-ZgKgQ rock, pop, world, and pretty much everything else.]] It actually caused a problem for Bond, they were trapped in a "too pop for classical charts, to classical for pop charts" conundrum for quite a while.



* Music/PublicImageLtd - - so much, in fact that alot of their songs were aimed at weeding out the punks who complained about [[Music/SexPistols Johnny Rotten]]'s new sound. See Albatross, Foderstompf, This is what you want, this is what you get.

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* Music/PublicImageLtd - - -- so much, in fact that alot of their songs were aimed at weeding out the punks who complained about [[Music/SexPistols Johnny Rotten]]'s new sound. See Albatross, Foderstompf, This is what you want, this is what you get.



* {{Music/Rasputina}} and {{Apocalyptica}} are rock [-[[RecycledInSpace WITH CELLOS!]]-].

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* {{Music/Rasputina}} Music/{{Rasputina}} and {{Apocalyptica}} Music/{{Apocalyptica}} are rock [-[[RecycledInSpace WITH CELLOS!]]-].



* Music/SongsToWearPantsTo is a website which produces songs, in pretty much every genre imaginable. A lot of them are genre blends as well, when they're not being [[RuleOfFunny outright silly]]. One of the site's more popular songs, "[[http://www.songstowearpantsto.com/songs/celtic-techno-burrito-extended-version/ Celtic Techno Burrito]]," is pretty much what it sounds like--techno and Celtic. And it is ''[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome awesome]]''.

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* Music/SongsToWearPantsTo is a website which produces songs, in pretty much every genre imaginable. A lot of them are genre blends as well, when they're not being [[RuleOfFunny outright silly]]. One of the site's more popular songs, "[[http://www.songstowearpantsto.com/songs/celtic-techno-burrito-extended-version/ Celtic Techno Burrito]]," is pretty much what it sounds like--techno and Celtic. And it is ''[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome ''[[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic awesome]]''.



* Abney Park is a Seattle-based band that does steampunk music, mixing gypsy and celtic sounds with rock and electro-swing.

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* Abney Park Music/AbneyPark is a Seattle-based band that does steampunk music, mixing gypsy and celtic sounds with rock and electro-swing.



* If you happen to be listening to a band who can go through funk, pop, jazz, soul, swing, alt rock and death metal in the same song and think "Business is usual" you're probably listening to something by MikePatton (FaithNoMore, Fantomas, Music/MrBungle).

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* If you happen to be listening to a band who can go through funk, pop, jazz, soul, swing, alt rock and death metal in the same song and think "Business is usual" you're probably listening to something by MikePatton (FaithNoMore, Music/MikePatton (Music/FaithNoMore, Fantomas, Music/MrBungle).



* The 90's underground band Switchblade Symphony mixed hip-hop with wailing goth.
** One review described Switchblade Symphony as "Gothadelic Trip-Hop."

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* The 90's '90s underground band Switchblade Symphony ''Switchblade Symphony'' mixed hip-hop with wailing goth.
** One review described Switchblade Symphony ''Switchblade Symphony'' as "Gothadelic Trip-Hop."



* Music/ThePixies are what would happen if you put Music/TalkingHeads and the Music/VelvetUnderground into the [[TheFly Brundlefly]] machine.

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* Music/ThePixies are what would happen if you put Music/TalkingHeads and the Music/VelvetUnderground into the [[TheFly [[Film/TheFly Brundlefly]] machine.



** Mr. Bungle themselves too, most apparent in their song "None of Them Knew They Were Robots," on their albun "California."

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** Mr. Bungle themselves too, most apparent in their song "None of Them Knew They Were Robots," on their albun album "California."



** Notable among his classical influence was Music/EdgardVarèse. His 15th birthday present was a long-distance call to Varèse's house. He also admired Anton Webern, Music/IgorStravinsky, many jazz and pop artists, his friend Music/CaptainBeefheart (found below), and well, many others. Hence this trope.

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** Notable among his classical influence was Music/EdgardVarèse.Music/EdgardVarese. His 15th birthday present was a long-distance call to Varèse's house. He also admired Anton Webern, Music/IgorStravinsky, many jazz and pop artists, his friend Music/CaptainBeefheart (found below), and well, many others. Hence this trope.



* Add to all this the possibility of being in the Contemporary ''A Cappella'' genre -- that is, being a jazz musician (or rocker) (or folk musician) (or whatever) but being too cheap to buy instruments and having to sing all those parts instead. (The theme from ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdzyuJJZMCI Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego]]'' is probably the instance you personally are most familar with.) With a little creativity, you can do just about any genre you want in ''a cappella'': witness, for instance, the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FguonHRD5IQ death-metal barbershop quartet.]]
* Music/OfMontreal's recent albums, especially ''Skeletal Lamping'', where, as one reviewer stated, "Barnes leaps through genres that don't even exist, from acid glam psychedelia to sixth dimensional heroin pop." This is a bit of an understatement - listen to "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHFUXH4PP5c Id Engager]]," keeping in mind that in its place on the album, it comes off as extremely ''restrained'', an obvious radio single. The other single from the album has the last minute or so replaced with a loop of the chorus to hide the MoodWhiplash. Their sound includes funk, disco, R&B, talking songs, psychedelia, indie pop, and jangle pop.

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* Add to all this the possibility of being in the Contemporary ''A Cappella'' genre -- that is, being a jazz musician (or rocker) (or folk musician) (or whatever) but being too cheap to buy instruments and having to sing all those parts instead. (The theme from ''[[http://www.''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdzyuJJZMCI Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego]]'' is probably the instance you personally are most familar with.) With a little creativity, you can do just about any genre you want in ''a cappella'': witness, for instance, the [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FguonHRD5IQ death-metal barbershop quartet.]]
* Music/OfMontreal's recent albums, especially ''Skeletal Lamping'', where, as one reviewer stated, "Barnes leaps through genres that don't even exist, from acid glam psychedelia to sixth dimensional heroin pop." This is a bit of an understatement - listen to "[[http://www."[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHFUXH4PP5c Id Engager]]," keeping in mind that in its place on the album, it comes off as extremely ''restrained'', an obvious radio single. The other single from the album has the last minute or so replaced with a loop of the chorus to hide the MoodWhiplash. Their sound includes funk, disco, R&B, talking songs, psychedelia, indie pop, and jangle pop.



** Drone metal progenitors [[Music/SunnO Sunn O)))]]--originally an Earth tribute band, but whose reputation has far overshadowed their obscure early influence--have been inching closer to post-rock territory, with such recent efforts as ''Monoliths & Dimensions''. Don't mention this to purist fans; they might be offended (though their hearing is so damaged, they'll probably never notice).

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** Drone metal progenitors [[Music/SunnO Sunn O)))]]--originally Music/SunnO -- originally an Earth tribute band, but whose reputation has far overshadowed their obscure early influence--have influence -- have been inching closer to post-rock territory, with such recent efforts as ''Monoliths & Dimensions''. Don't mention this to purist fans; they might be offended (though their hearing is so damaged, they'll probably never notice).



* [[http://www.youtube.com/fareastrecording Omodaka]] is a collaboration between electronic musician Soichi Terada and enka singer Akiko Kanazawa. The two genres combine surprisingly well, it turns out.

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* [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/fareastrecording Omodaka]] is a collaboration between electronic musician Soichi Terada and enka singer Akiko Kanazawa. The two genres combine surprisingly well, it turns out.



* Another Canadian band, going by the name Unexpect, is a great example of this trope. Here's what {{The Other Wiki}} has to say about them:

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* Another Canadian band, going by the name Unexpect, is a great example of this trope. Here's what {{The Other Wiki}} Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} has to say about them:



* [[Music/DoctorSteel Dr. Steel]] has been described as hip-hop industrial opera, much to his enjoyment.

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* [[Music/DoctorSteel Dr. Steel]] Music/DoctorSteel has been described as hip-hop industrial opera, much to his enjoyment.



** In a similar vein, say hello to ''HayseedDixie''. They do bluegrass covers of Music/{{ACDC}}, Music/{{Queen}}, Music/LedZeppelin, Music/BlackSabbath, Music/{{KISS}} and a metric buttload of others, as well as their own original rock/bluegrass tunes, including [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StFsCyBsHrI the worlds most epic break-up song]].

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** In a similar vein, say hello to ''HayseedDixie''. They do bluegrass covers of Music/{{ACDC}}, Music/{{Queen}}, Music/LedZeppelin, Music/BlackSabbath, Music/{{KISS}} and a metric buttload of others, as well as their own original rock/bluegrass tunes, including [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StFsCyBsHrI the worlds most epic break-up song]].



* ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' has a song that [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VT6LFOIofRE mixes opera and rap]]. For some, this is the only rap song they will ever like.

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* ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' has a song that [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VT6LFOIofRE mixes opera and rap]]. For some, this is the only rap song they will ever like.



* This trope is just one reason why Music/YokoKanno is [[Pantheon/{{Music}} the goddess of anime music]]. Seriously, she does ''everything''. All at once. [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome Awesomely]].
* Music/YukiKajiura is [[Pantheon/{{Music}} no slouch in this department]] [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome either]] considering she's [[GenreBusting post-pop neoclassical Buddhist New Age trance-turbofolk world music electronica.]]

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* This trope is just one reason why Music/YokoKanno is [[Pantheon/{{Music}} the goddess of anime music]]. Seriously, she does ''everything''. All at once. [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic Awesomely]].
* Music/YukiKajiura is [[Pantheon/{{Music}} no slouch in this department]] [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic either]] considering she's [[GenreBusting post-pop neoclassical Buddhist New Age trance-turbofolk world music electronica.]]



* Alabama 3(you'd know them for [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvq_jY-G2f4 the Sopranos theme]]) was formed in an attempt to prove that it was possible to combine country with acid house.

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* Alabama 3(you'd know them for [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvq_jY-G2f4 the Sopranos theme]]) was formed in an attempt to prove that it was possible to combine country with acid house.



* Iwrestledabearonce mixes {{Deathcore}}/{{Mathcore}} with random other genres ranging from TripHop to {{Country}} in every song.

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* Iwrestledabearonce mixes {{Deathcore}}/{{Mathcore}} {{Deathcore}} / Mathcore with random other genres ranging from TripHop to {{Country}} in every song.
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