History Main / NoiseRock

30th Apr '16 12:00:18 PM MarkLungo
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* Music/BigBlack / Rapeman / Music/{{Shellac}} -- Three bands where [[RecordProducer recording engineer]] Music/SteveAlbini played guitar and/or sang.

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* Music/BigBlack / Rapeman / Music/{{Shellac}} Music/BigBlack[=/=]Rapeman[=/=]Music/{{Shellac}} -- Three bands where [[RecordProducer recording engineer]] Music/SteveAlbini played guitar and/or sang.



* Music/LightningBolt



* Music/SkullKontrol



* Music/SkullKontrol
30th Apr '16 11:57:57 AM MarkLungo
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Noise Rock (alternately known as "noise punk" or just "noise") is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a genre of rock with a focus on occupying the extreme end of the MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness (well, not quite the ''extreme'' end, but you get the point). Noise rockers for the most part have a pronounced fondness for creating ear-bleeding music with the standard rock instrumentation; how important other factors are, such as melody or lyrics, varies from band to band. (Compare, for example, Music/SonicYouth to ''Lightning Bolt,'' ''Boredoms'' to Music/ThePopGroup. The differences in the songwriting department are far more striking than the similarities.) Noise rockers are known for their confrontational performances, unsurprisingly enough.

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Noise Rock (alternately known as "noise punk" or just "noise") is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a genre of rock with a focus on occupying the extreme end of the MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness (well, not quite the ''extreme'' end, but you get the point). Noise rockers for the most part have a pronounced fondness for creating ear-bleeding music with the standard rock instrumentation; how important other factors are, such as melody or lyrics, varies from band to band. (Compare, for example, Music/SonicYouth to ''Lightning Bolt,'' ''Boredoms'' Lightning Bolt, Boredoms to Music/ThePopGroup. The differences in the songwriting department are far more striking than the similarities.) Noise rockers are known for their confrontational performances, unsurprisingly enough.



Bands commonly associated with NoiseRock include:

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Bands commonly associated with NoiseRock Noise Rock include:



* Music/Drunkdriver

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* Music/DrunkdriverMusic/{{Drunkdriver}}



* Music/Fushitsusha

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* Music/FushitsushaMusic/{{Fushitsusha}}



* Music/JohnLennon -- His first two solo albums with Music/YokoOno are noise rock.

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* Music/JohnLennon -- His first two solo albums with and Music/YokoOno -- Their first two albums together are noise rock.



* Music/MerShoppingMissbrukForStudenter -- A mix of NoiseRock, HarshNoise, {{Industrial}}, and {{Ambient}}.

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* Music/MerShoppingMissbrukForStudenter -- A mix of NoiseRock, Noise Rock, HarshNoise, {{Industrial}}, and {{Ambient}}.



* ''Ramleh'' -- Combined HardRock with [[{{Industrial}} Power]] [[HellIsThatNoise Electronics.]]

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* ''Ramleh'' Ramleh -- Combined HardRock with [[{{Industrial}} Power]] [[HellIsThatNoise Electronics.]]



* MusicSkullKontrol

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* MusicSkullKontrolMusic/SkullKontrol



* ''Zeni Geva'' -- A Japanese group with [[HeavyMetal Metal]] and ProgressiveRock influences.

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* ''Zeni Geva'' Music/ZeniGeva -- A Japanese group with [[HeavyMetal Metal]] and ProgressiveRock influences.
26th Apr '16 4:24:59 AM aye_amber
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* Music/{{Ramleh}} -- Combined HardRock with [[{{Industrial}} Power]] [[HellIsThatNoise Electronics]].

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* Music/{{Ramleh}} ''Ramleh'' -- Combined HardRock with [[{{Industrial}} Power]] [[HellIsThatNoise Electronics]].Electronics.]]
23rd Apr '16 12:21:04 AM aye_amber
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Noise Rock (alternately known as "noise punk" or just "noise") is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a genre of rock with a focus on occupying the extreme end of the MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness (well, not quite the ''extreme'' end, but you get the point). Noise rockers for the most part have a pronounced fondness for creating ear-bleeding music with the standard rock instrumentation; how important other factors are, such as melody or lyrics, varies from band to band. (Compare, for example, Music/SonicYouth to ''Lightning Bolt,'' or Music/{{Boredoms}} to The Pop Group. The differences in the songwriting department are far more striking than the similarities.) Noise rockers are known for their confrontational performances, unsurprisingly enough.

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Noise Rock (alternately known as "noise punk" or just "noise") is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a genre of rock with a focus on occupying the extreme end of the MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness (well, not quite the ''extreme'' end, but you get the point). Noise rockers for the most part have a pronounced fondness for creating ear-bleeding music with the standard rock instrumentation; how important other factors are, such as melody or lyrics, varies from band to band. (Compare, for example, Music/SonicYouth to ''Lightning Bolt,'' or Music/{{Boredoms}} ''Boredoms'' to The Pop Group.Music/ThePopGroup. The differences in the songwriting department are far more striking than the similarities.) Noise rockers are known for their confrontational performances, unsurprisingly enough.
23rd Apr '16 12:18:03 AM aye_amber
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* Music/ZeniGeva -- A Japanese group with [[HeavyMetal Metal]] and ProgressiveRock influences.

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* Music/ZeniGeva ''Zeni Geva'' -- A Japanese group with [[HeavyMetal Metal]] and ProgressiveRock influences.
23rd Apr '16 12:17:22 AM aye_amber
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Noise Rock (alternately known as "noise punk" or just "noise") is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a genre of rock with a focus on occupying the extreme end of the MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness (well, not quite the ''extreme'' end, but you get the point). Noise rockers for the most part have a pronounced fondness for creating ear-bleeding music with the standard rock instrumentation; how important other factors are, such as melody or lyrics, varies from band to band. (Compare, for example, Music/SonicYouth to Music/LightningBolt, or Music/{{Boredoms}} to The Pop Group. The differences in the songwriting department are far more striking than the similarities.) Noise rockers are known for their confrontational performances, unsurprisingly enough.

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Noise Rock (alternately known as "noise punk" or just "noise") is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a genre of rock with a focus on occupying the extreme end of the MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness (well, not quite the ''extreme'' end, but you get the point). Noise rockers for the most part have a pronounced fondness for creating ear-bleeding music with the standard rock instrumentation; how important other factors are, such as melody or lyrics, varies from band to band. (Compare, for example, Music/SonicYouth to Music/LightningBolt, ''Lightning Bolt,'' or Music/{{Boredoms}} to The Pop Group. The differences in the songwriting department are far more striking than the similarities.) Noise rockers are known for their confrontational performances, unsurprisingly enough.



* Music/LightningBolt
20th Apr '16 5:14:57 PM MarkLungo
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* Music/BigBlack / Rapeman / Music/{{Shellac}} -- Three bands where [[RecordProducer recording engineer]] Creator/SteveAlbini played guitar and/or sang.

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* Music/BigBlack / Rapeman / Music/{{Shellac}} -- Three bands where [[RecordProducer recording engineer]] Creator/SteveAlbini Music/SteveAlbini played guitar and/or sang.
20th Apr '16 5:14:37 PM MarkLungo
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* Music/BigBlack / Rapeman / Music/{{Shellac}} -- Three bands where [[RecordProducer recording engineer]] Steve Albini played guitar and/or sang.
** ''Music/SongsaboutFucking'' (1987)

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* Music/BigBlack / Rapeman / Music/{{Shellac}} -- Three bands where [[RecordProducer recording engineer]] Steve Albini Creator/SteveAlbini played guitar and/or sang.
** ''Music/SongsaboutFucking'' ''Music/SongsAboutFucking'' (1987)
16th Apr '16 3:21:11 PM NakedRallizes
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Noise rock's antecedents can be traced to proto-punk bands like The Music/VelvetUnderground and Music/TheStooges, [[PostPunk the No Wave scene]], and HardcorePunk. (And that's not even counting all of the [[WidgetSeries bizarre Japanese groups]] dating back to TheSixties like Les Rallizes Dénudés, or the [[UnbuiltTrope quirked-out pre-Sex Pistols aberrations]] like Half-Japanese, which while obscure have made a huge impact on the genre.) The genre as a unified movement emerged in TheEighties and has bubbled underground ever since, with the occasional moment where some band gets really popular. Noise rock was also an influence on {{Shoegazing}}, {{Grindcore}}, IndustrialMetal, [[DoomMetal Drone Doom]], {{Grunge}}, and a few varieties of HardcorePunk and {{Metalcore}}.

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Noise rock's antecedents can be traced to proto-punk bands like The Music/VelvetUnderground and Music/TheStooges, [[PostPunk the No Wave scene]], and HardcorePunk. (And that's not even counting all of the [[WidgetSeries bizarre Japanese groups]] dating back to TheSixties like [[Music/LesRallizesDenudes Les Rallizes Dénudés, Dénudés]], or the [[UnbuiltTrope quirked-out pre-Sex Pistols aberrations]] like Half-Japanese, which while obscure have made a huge impact on the genre.) The genre as a unified movement emerged in TheEighties and has bubbled underground ever since, with the occasional moment where some band gets really popular. Noise rock was also an influence on {{Shoegazing}}, {{Grindcore}}, IndustrialMetal, [[DoomMetal Drone Doom]], {{Grunge}}, and a few varieties of HardcorePunk and {{Metalcore}}.



* Fushitsusha

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* FushitsushaMusic/Fushitsusha


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* [[Music/LesRallizesDenudes Les Rallizes Dénudés]]
6th Feb '16 2:38:46 PM Freshmeat
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* Music/{{Flipper}} -- Famous for the batshit insane [[MagnumOpus Epic]], "Sex Bomb", as well as its enormous influence on sludge metal and (especially) grunge.

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* Music/{{Flipper}} -- Famous for the batshit insane [[MagnumOpus Epic]], epic "Sex Bomb", as well as its enormous influence on sludge metal and (especially) grunge.
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