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10th Jan '17 5:16:29 AM Morgenthaler
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* Japanese BlackMetal band {{Sigh}} invoke both this trope and GenreRoulette often within the same song. Not only do they frequently incorporate influences from ProgressiveRock, PsychedelicRock, classical, ThrashMetal, jazz, and a number of other styles within their songs, but they often shift entire music genres on a dime, with oddities like dub reggae or disco breaks thrown into the middle of songs, or classical snippets overlaid with what appears to be samples of hundreds of giggling babies used to close albums. ''Imaginary Sonicscape'' is probably their most blatant use of this, but pretty much all of their works starting with about ''Infidel Art'' clearly invoke it, and there were suggestions that their sound would develop in that direction even before that.

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* Japanese BlackMetal band {{Sigh}} Music/{{Sigh}} invoke both this trope and GenreRoulette often within the same song. Not only do they frequently incorporate influences from ProgressiveRock, PsychedelicRock, classical, ThrashMetal, jazz, and a number of other styles within their songs, but they often shift entire music genres on a dime, with oddities like dub reggae or disco breaks thrown into the middle of songs, or classical snippets overlaid with what appears to be samples of hundreds of giggling babies used to close albums. ''Imaginary Sonicscape'' is probably their most blatant use of this, but pretty much all of their works starting with about ''Infidel Art'' clearly invoke it, and there were suggestions that their sound would develop in that direction even before that.
8th Jan '17 12:17:56 PM UltimateLazer
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* Kiiara combines {{pop}} with bass-heavy [[TrapMusic trap]] production that's commonly found in hip-hop music, and has the attitude to match.
6th Jan '17 9:26:57 AM Morgenthaler
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* This is one way to describe the [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome awesomeness]] that is OutKast. Another way is "Southernplayalisticadillacmusic."

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* This is one way to describe the [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome awesomeness]] that is OutKast.Music/OutKast. Another way is "Southernplayalisticadillacmusic."



* VanessaAmorosi: "Hazardous" included Rock, Power pop, Synth pop and rap. "Mr Mysterious" is proof of this.
* BearMcCreary combines Western and Eastern melodies with rock and chorus on ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}''.

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* VanessaAmorosi: Music/VanessaAmorosi: "Hazardous" included Rock, Power pop, Synth pop and rap. "Mr Mysterious" is proof of this.
* BearMcCreary Music/BearMcCreary combines Western and Eastern melodies with rock and chorus on ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}''.



* FosterThePeople seems to be electro/folk/industrial/dance/progressive alternative rock. One song on their ''Torches'' album is called [[LampshadeHanging Call It What You Want]].

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* FosterThePeople Music/FosterThePeople seems to be electro/folk/industrial/dance/progressive alternative rock. One song on their ''Torches'' album is called [[LampshadeHanging Call It What You Want]].
2nd Jan '17 9:38:13 PM Montanto
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* Fictional example from ''Webcomic/DaisyOwl'': [[http://www.daisyowl.com/comic/2009-12-04 ElectroFolk ClassicAlt is pretty cutting edge.]]
* In ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'', in-universe band Deathmole plays what's characterized as "electro-spaz-post-hardcore" and "abrasive electro-grindcore."
* [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot Querty's and]] [[MadScientist Dvorak's]] music experiments from ''Webcomic/{{Freefall}}'' include ''Cyber Rap'', ''Cyber Rap and the Digital Symphony Orchestra'' and ''Epic Rap Yodeling Operas''. Oh, and ''Orbital Bombardment in D minor''.
* ''Webcomic/{{Subnormality}}'' has ''the Generals'' - military themed rap-metal band - in [[http://www.viruscomix.com/indefenseofweird.jpg this]] strip.
* The Circle Band, the working band featured in ''{{Webcomic/Rhapsodies}}'', is usually described as Jazz/Rock fusion.
-->'''Michelle:'''[[http://rhapsodies.wpmorse.com/comic/rhapsodies-date-19/ It sounds better than “whatever the client wants", okay?]]
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Christian Rock Hard", the four main characters' band Moop has, by their admission, elements of jazz fusion, Latin jazz, hip-hop, and R&B, while the one song they're heard playing sounds more garage-rock.
* InUniverse: in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'' episode "[[BizarroEpisode Depth Takes a Holiday]]," the Holidays are described as having a "hip-hop-punk-electronica vibe."
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* Fictional example from ''Webcomic/DaisyOwl'': [[http://www.daisyowl.com/comic/2009-12-04 ElectroFolk ClassicAlt is pretty cutting edge.]]
* In the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Christian Rock Hard", the four main characters' band Moop has, by their admission, elements of jazz fusion, Latin jazz, hip-hop, and R&B, while the one song they're heard playing sounds more garage-rock.
* In ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'', in-universe band Deathmole plays what's characterized as "electro-spaz-post-hardcore" and "abrasive electro-grindcore."

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* Fictional example from ''Webcomic/DaisyOwl'': [[http://www.daisyowl.com/comic/2009-12-04 ElectroFolk ClassicAlt is pretty cutting edge.]]
* In the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Christian Rock Hard", the four main characters' band Moop has, by their admission, elements of jazz fusion, Latin jazz, hip-hop, and R&B, while the one song they're heard playing sounds more garage-rock.
* In ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'', in-universe band Deathmole plays what's characterized as "electro-spaz-post-hardcore" and "abrasive electro-grindcore."



* [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot Querty's and]] [[MadScientist Dvorak's]] music experiments from ''Webcomic/{{Freefall}}'' include ''Cyber Rap'', ''Cyber Rap and the Digital Symphony Orchestra'' and ''Epic Rap Yodeling Operas''. Oh, and ''Orbital Bombardment in D minor''.



* Webcomic/{{Subnormality}} has ''the Generals'' - military themed rap-metal band - in [[http://www.viruscomix.com/indefenseofweird.jpg this]] strip.



* InUniverse: in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'' episode "[[BizarroEpisode Depth Takes a Holiday]]," the Holidays are described as having a "hip-hop-punk-electronica vibe."

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* InUniverse: in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'' episode "[[BizarroEpisode Depth Takes a Holiday]]," the Holidays are described as having a "hip-hop-punk-electronica vibe."


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15th Dec '16 2:09:39 PM SSJMagus
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* ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' has a song that [[https://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 [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VT6LFOIofRE mixes opera and rap]]. For some, this is the only rap song they will ever like. For others, it's the only opera song they will ever like.
9th Dec '16 3:59:17 PM wolftickets1969
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* Norwegian musician Anders Enger Jensen combines {{trance}}, {{synthwave}}, and {{chiptune}}.
2nd Dec '16 12:00:50 AM ThornBrain
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** Somewhat ironically, many of the bands that initially inspired {{Goth}} have very little to do with any cohesive, named genre, including the one they helped create. The Birthday Party were more like a de-funkified version of The Pop Group (see below), while The Virgin Prunes were essentially performance artists with a post-punkish musical element.

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** Somewhat ironically, many of the bands that initially inspired {{Goth}} have very little to do with any cohesive, named genre, including the one they helped create. The Birthday Party were more like a de-funkified version of The Pop Group Music/ThePopGroup (see below), while The Virgin Prunes were essentially performance artists with a post-punkish musical element.



* Bristol post-punk band The Pop Group were by design a fusion of punk rock, hard funk, dub reggae and free jazz, with bits of West African ritual drum music, surf-pop, Music/CaptainBeefheart (see below), early hip-hop and psychedelic noise. In spite of many imitators, it is generally agreed that there has been no-one quite like them since.
** Summed up with [[http://k-punk.abstractdynamics.org/archives/pop%20group%20001.jpg this image]].

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* Bristol post-punk band The Pop Group were Music/ThePopGroup are by design a fusion of punk rock, hard funk, dub reggae and free jazz, with bits of West African ritual drum music, surf-pop, Music/CaptainBeefheart (see below), early hip-hop and psychedelic noise. In spite of many imitators, it is generally agreed that there has been no-one quite like them since.
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since, and they're even harder to categorize after their reformation. Summed up with [[http://k-punk.abstractdynamics.org/archives/pop%20group%20001.jpg this image]].
24th Nov '16 10:07:27 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* Music/{{Atheist}}, a TechnicalDeathMetal band, combines DeathMetal with Latin music and {{Jazz}}.

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* Music/{{Atheist}}, a TechnicalDeathMetal band, combines DeathMetal with progressive rock, funk, Latin music music, and {{Jazz}}.



* Music/DeepPurple is a hard rock band, no question about it, but in 1969 they performed along with the London Symphony Orchestra under conduction of Malcolm Arnold. This unique album in their catalogue was released as ''Music/ConcertoForGroupAndOrchestra'' and was in fact there first LiveAlbum!

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* Music/DeepPurple is a hard rock band, no question about it, but in 1969 they performed along with the London Symphony Orchestra under conduction of Malcolm Arnold. This unique album in their catalogue was released as ''Music/ConcertoForGroupAndOrchestra'' and was in fact there their first LiveAlbum!



** Music/{{Sandinista}}! in particular. Highly underated. Lots of fun dub experiments. Perhaps copying Music/PublicImageLtd's ''Music/MetalBox''?

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** Music/{{Sandinista}}! in particular. Highly underated.underrated (though it has become a very triumphant case of VindicatedByHistory). Lots of fun dub experiments. Perhaps copying Music/PublicImageLtd's ''Music/MetalBox''?''Music/MetalBox''? Along with Blondie, they were also the first group to mix hip-hop with rock with "The Magnificent Seven" and "Lightning Strikes (Not Once But Twice)", back when hip-hop was still ''very'' much an underground genre.



* The band In/Humanity jokingly called themselves "Emotional Violence" or "Emo Violence" to make fun of both the genre names for Emo and Power Violence, two horribly named but decent genres they drew much of their influence from.
** Humorously, this became one of the more "serious" replacement terminologies for screamo (as opposed to more blatant joke terms such as scramz) after the title was stolen in the public conscious by metalcore bands of the early 2000s

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* The band In/Humanity jokingly called themselves "Emotional Violence" or "Emo Violence" to make fun of both the genre names for Emo and Power Violence, two horribly named but decent genres they drew much of their influence from.
from. This label was also applied to Orchid, another band that mixed the two (though they leaned closer to grindcore) and their spiritual successor Ampere.
** Humorously, this became one of the more "serious" replacement terminologies for screamo (as opposed to more blatant joke terms such as scramz) after the title was stolen in the public conscious by metalcore pop-punk bands of the early 2000s2000s.



* The New Orleans sludge scene drew inspiration from grunge, hardcore punk and doom metal to create a unique style of slow, gritty metal. No one band can be said to have invented the style, with various groups often sharing members and engaging in frequent collaboration, although The Melvins and Black Flag are both noted as major precursors.

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* The New Orleans sludge scene drew inspiration from grunge, hardcore punk and punk, doom metal metal, Southern rock, and country to create a unique style of slow, gritty metal. No one band can be said to have invented the style, with various groups often sharing members and engaging in frequent collaboration, although The Melvins and Black Flag are both noted as major precursors.
19th Nov '16 7:36:59 PM PhysicalStamina
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* [[{{Vaporwave}} Vapor]][[http://rateyourmusic.com/genre/Vaporwave/ wave]], during its early days, could be described as Chopped & Screwed edits (more or less) of Pop/R&B/Smooth Jazz music from TheEighties and [[TheNineties '90s]], sometimes mixed with {{Shoegaze}}. These days, it has spawned many different styles (or sub-genres if you wish to call them as such) that could all have descriptions here. Vaportrap, for example is a mix of {{Ambient}} music and TrapMusic.

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* [[{{Vaporwave}} Vapor]][[http://rateyourmusic.com/genre/Vaporwave/ wave]], during its early days, could be described as Chopped & Screwed edits (more or less) of Pop/R&B/Smooth Jazz music from TheEighties and [[TheNineties '90s]], sometimes mixed with {{Shoegaze}}. These days, it has spawned many different styles (or sub-genres if you wish to call them as such) that could all have descriptions here. Vaportrap, for example example, is a mix of {{Ambient}} music and TrapMusic.
1st Nov '16 8:45:23 AM Starshock
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* Neoclassical darkwave is goth classical music.
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