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24th Oct '17 11:58:18 AM flamingscribblenaut
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** In fact, Pendulum and Knife Party themselves could count for this trope; while both acts are loud and energetic, Knife Party's wild, bombastic Main/{{Dubstep}} and Pendulum's more serious, traditionally respectable electronic rock would put them as Red and Blue respectively.

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** In fact, Pendulum and Knife Party themselves could count for this trope; while both acts are generally loud and energetic, Knife Party's wild, bombastic Main/{{Dubstep}} and Pendulum's more serious, traditionally respectable electronic rock would put them as Red and Blue respectively.
23rd Oct '17 4:02:48 PM flamingscribblenaut
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* In both Music/{{Pendulum}} and Music/KnifeParty's live sets, Gareth McGrillen generally embodies the Red, enthusiastically yelling to and hyping up the audience, while Rob Swire embodies the Blue, mostly quietly focusing on the music and, in the former's case, the singing.
** In a way, Pendulum and Knife Party themselves could count for this trope; while both acts are loud and energetic, Knife Party's wild, bombastic Main/{{Dubstep}} and Pendulum's more serious, traditionally respectable electronic rock would put them as Red and Blue respectively.

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* In both Music/{{Pendulum}} and Music/KnifeParty's live sets, Gareth McGrillen [=McGrillen=] generally embodies the Red, enthusiastically yelling to and hyping up the audience, while Rob Swire embodies the Blue, mostly quietly focusing on the music and, in the former's case, the singing.
** In a way, fact, Pendulum and Knife Party themselves could count for this trope; while both acts are loud and energetic, Knife Party's wild, bombastic Main/{{Dubstep}} and Pendulum's more serious, traditionally respectable electronic rock would put them as Red and Blue respectively.
23rd Oct '17 4:00:20 PM flamingscribblenaut
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** In a way, Pendulum and Knife Party themselves could count for this trope; while both acts are loud and energetic, Knife Party's wild, bombastic Main/{{Dubstep}} and Pendulum's more traditionally respectable electronic rock would put them as Red and Blue respectively.

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** In a way, Pendulum and Knife Party themselves could count for this trope; while both acts are loud and energetic, Knife Party's wild, bombastic Main/{{Dubstep}} and Pendulum's more serious, traditionally respectable electronic rock would put them as Red and Blue respectively.
23rd Oct '17 3:59:32 PM flamingscribblenaut
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** In a way, Pendulum and Knife Party themselves could count for this trope; while both acts are loud and energetic, Knife Party's wild, bombastic Main/{{Dubstep}} and Pendulum's more traditionally respectable electronic rock would put them as Red and Blue respectively.
23rd Oct '17 3:54:37 PM flamingscribblenaut
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* In both Music{{Pendulum}} and Music/KnifeParty's live sets, Gareth McGrillen generally embodies the Red, enthusiastically yelling to and hyping up the audience, while Rob Swire embodies the Blue, mostly quietly focusing on the music and, in the former's case, the singing.

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* In both Music{{Pendulum}} Music/{{Pendulum}} and Music/KnifeParty's live sets, Gareth McGrillen generally embodies the Red, enthusiastically yelling to and hyping up the audience, while Rob Swire embodies the Blue, mostly quietly focusing on the music and, in the former's case, the singing.
23rd Oct '17 3:53:48 PM flamingscribblenaut
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* In both Music{{Pendulum}} and Music/KnifeParty's live sets, Gareth McGrillen generally embodies the Red, enthusiastically yelling to and hyping up the audience, while Rob Swire embodies the Blue, mostly quietly focusing on the music and, in the former's case, the singing.
8th Sep '17 5:01:10 PM Gene0129
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** Another example would be ThrashMetal (Blue; focused on real-world issues and technical riffs) and PowerMetal (Red; focused on [[HeavyMithril fantastic lyircs]] and wailing leads). Occasionally reversed with Thrash's harder hitting style being the red to Power Metal's more melodic blue.

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** Another example would be Zigzagged with ThrashMetal (Blue; focused on real-world issues and technical riffs) and PowerMetal (Red; focused on [[HeavyMithril fantastic lyircs]] and wailing leads). Occasionally reversed with PowerMetal; Musically, Thrash's harder hitting style being the and aggressive red is this to Power Metal's more melodic blue.blue[[note]]thrash can overlap with DeathMetal and BlackMetal, while PowerMetal overlaps with traditional heavy metal[[/note]], but Power Metal is the red to Thrash's blue lyrically and song structure, with the former having soaring solos and [[HeavyMithril fantasy lyrics]] while the latter focuses on riffs and socio/political lyrics.



** Another threeway within DeathMetal: Brutal/Slam being red, Technical being blue, and Melodic being purple

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** Another threeway within DeathMetal: Brutal/Slam being red, Technical [[TechnicalDeathMetal Technical]] being blue, and Melodic [[MelodicDeathMetal Melodic]] being purple
25th Aug '17 9:27:00 PM MorgenReiter
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** Brutal, dissonant NoiseRock (Red Oni) and sterile, inhuman IndustrialMusic (Blue Oni)

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** Brutal, dissonant NoiseRock (Red Oni) and sterile, inhuman IndustrialMusic {{Industrial}} (Blue Oni)Oni).
25th Aug '17 9:26:04 PM MorgenReiter
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** Brutal, dissonant NoiseRock (Red Oni) and sterile, inhuman IndustrialMusic (Blue Oni)
24th Aug '17 1:52:21 PM Gene0129
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** Another example would be ThrashMetal (Blue; focused on real-world issues and technical riffs) and PowerMetal (Red; focused on [[HeavyMithril fantastic lyircs]] and wailing leads).

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** Another example would be ThrashMetal (Blue; focused on real-world issues and technical riffs) and PowerMetal (Red; focused on [[HeavyMithril fantastic lyircs]] and wailing leads). Occasionally reversed with Thrash's harder hitting style being the red to Power Metal's more melodic blue.


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** Another threeway within DeathMetal: Brutal/Slam being red, Technical being blue, and Melodic being purple
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