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24th Apr '18 4:42:04 PM RainbowDash23
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* A music genre example: Electronic music (Blue) and Rock music (Red).

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* A music genre example: Electronic music (Blue) and Rock Rock/Heavy Metal music (Red).
24th Apr '18 4:39:30 PM RainbowDash23
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* A music genre example, Electronic music (Blue) and Rock music (Red).

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* A music genre example, example: Electronic music (Blue) and Rock music (Red).
24th Apr '18 4:38:50 PM RainbowDash23
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* A music genre example, Electronic music (Blue) and Rock music (Red).
28th Feb '18 5:45:26 PM extrapettyhoe
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* Music/SpiceGirls: Geri and Mel B were red, while Emma and Victoria were blue. Mel C was purple.
4th Feb '18 10:44:32 PM bt8257
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* In the 1970s funk scene P-Funk was the Red Oni to Earth, Wind and Fire's Blue Oni
** The lines blurred after a while in the P-Funk organization, but on their early albums Parliament was the more lighthearted Red Oni and Funkadelic was the heavier, more serious Blue Oni.

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* In the 1970s funk scene scene, P-Funk was the Red Oni to Earth, Wind and Fire's Music/EarthWindAndFire's Blue Oni
** The lines blurred after a while in the P-Funk organization, but on their early albums albums, Parliament was the more lighthearted Red Oni and Oni; Funkadelic was the heavier, more serious Blue Oni.



* During the heydey of {{Britpop}}, Music/{{Oasis}} (the loud, outspoken, 70's rock and [[Music/TheBeatles Beatles]]-influenced working class band) were the Red Oni and Music/{{Blur}} (the quieter, witty, [[Music/TheKinks Kinks]]-influenced band consisting of University intellectuals) were the Blue Oni. Because of their respective Oni characteristics, Oasis were the more popular of the two, while Blur had more critical acclaim. The two bands also ''hated'' each other for most of the 90's, and so did their hardcore fans.
* Music/DeepPurple is the Red Oni to Music/UriahHeep's blue
* Also Music/{{KISS}} are red to Music/{{Queen}}'s blue
* Also in Music/{{Blur}}, Damon Albarn and Alex Jame are Red; Dave Rowntree and Graham Coxon are Blue.

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* During the heydey of {{Britpop}}, Music/{{Oasis}} (the loud, outspoken, 70's '70s rock and [[Music/TheBeatles Beatles]]-influenced working class band) were the Red Oni and Music/{{Blur}} (the quieter, witty, [[Music/TheKinks Kinks]]-influenced band consisting of University intellectuals) were the Blue Oni. Because of their respective Oni characteristics, Oasis were the more popular of the two, while Blur had more critical acclaim. The two bands also ''hated'' each other for most of the 90's, '90s, and so did their hardcore fans.
* Music/DeepPurple is the Red Oni to Music/UriahHeep's blue
blue.
* Also Music/{{KISS}} are red to Music/{{Queen}}'s blue
blue.
* Also in Music/{{Blur}}, Damon Albarn and Alex Jame James are Red; Dave Rowntree and Graham Coxon are Blue.



* In Music/TheWho, Roger Daltrey was a more reserved, polite musician while Keith Moon was the CrazyAwesome drummer. They didn't always get along off-stage.
* Music/{{Aerosmith}}: Steven Tyler is the loudmouth, flamboyant frontman (Red) while Joe Perry is the quiet, mellow guitar player (Blue).

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* In Music/TheWho, Roger Daltrey was a more reserved, polite musician while musician; Keith Moon was the CrazyAwesome drummer. They didn't always get along off-stage.
* Music/{{Aerosmith}}: Steven Tyler is the loudmouth, flamboyant frontman front-man (Red) while Joe Perry is the quiet, mellow guitar player (Blue).



* The post-1999 Music/RedHotChiliPeppers had the loud and over the top Anthony Kiedis and the quiet, thoughtful John Frusciante, who got noticeably calmer and more reserved when he re-joined the band. Of course, his successor Josh Klinghoffer can fit the Blue Oni role as well.

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* The post-1999 Music/RedHotChiliPeppers had the loud and over the top loud, over-the-top Anthony Kiedis and the quiet, thoughtful John Frusciante, who got noticeably calmer and more reserved when he re-joined the band. Of course, his successor Josh Klinghoffer can fit the Blue Oni role as well.



* Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn, respectively, of Music/BrooksAndDunn. Kix was the more active and energetic of the two in a live setting, while Ronnie was more straightforward and less showy.

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* Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn, respectively, of Music/BrooksAndDunn. Kix was the more active and energetic of the two in a live setting, while live; Ronnie was more straightforward and less showy.



* Music/TheBeatles has two RedOniBlueOni pairs. One is charming crowd-pleasing Paul [=McCartney=] and deep meaning-searching John Lennon. There is also cheerful Ringo Starr and quiet George Harrison.
* Music/KingCrimson, from their 1980s incarnation onward, has a prototypical red-blue pair in their two guitarists, vocalist Adrian Belew and de facto leader Robert Fripp. Belew stakes his claim on raving, [[Music/TalkingHeads David Byrne]]-like monologues, [[EverythingIsAnInstrument bizarre guitar noises]], and dancing around on the stage, while Fripp sits in the corner unobtrusively and plays immensely complex lines, while presenting a generally intellectual image.

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* Music/TheBeatles has two RedOniBlueOni pairs. One is charming charming, crowd-pleasing Paul [=McCartney=] Music/PaulMcCartney and deep meaning-searching John Lennon. Music/JohnLennon. There is also cheerful Ringo Starr Music/RingoStarr and quiet George Harrison.
Music/GeorgeHarrison.
* Music/KingCrimson, from their 1980s incarnation onward, has a prototypical red-blue pair in their two guitarists, vocalist Adrian Belew and de facto leader Robert Fripp. Belew stakes his claim on raving, [[Music/TalkingHeads David Byrne]]-like monologues, [[EverythingIsAnInstrument bizarre guitar noises]], and dancing around on the stage, while Fripp sits in the corner unobtrusively and plays immensely complex lines, while presenting a generally intellectual image.



* Music/TheDoors' Jim Morrison was definitely the red to all the others' blue. In a biography, Morrison is recounted as saying that keyboardist and band elder (by about 5 years) Ray Manzarek could give him a certain DisapprovingLook and he'd know he'd "gone too far". But boy did he go pretty far a lot of the time....

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* Music/TheDoors' Jim Morrison was definitely the red to all the others' blue. In a biography, Morrison is recounted as saying that keyboardist and band elder (by about 5 years) Ray Manzarek could give him a certain DisapprovingLook and he'd know he'd "gone too far". But boy boy, did he go pretty far a lot of the time.... time...



* The two major singers and songwriters for the Music/{{Eagles}}, Don Henley and Glenn Frey, presented a red-blue contrast. Henley's rougher and raspier voice was generally put to use in their more energetic or "harder" ("Life in the Fast Lane", "Those Shoes"), or more emotional ("Desperado", "Wasted Time") songs. Frey's easier, smoother voice generally goes to the easy countryish songs ("Take it Easy", "Tequila Sunrise", "New Kid in Town"). Henley is red, Frey is blue. (And in their respective solo careers the contrast becomes more apparent.)
* Comparing the big two "British Invasion" bands of the early 60s, Music/TheRollingStones and Music/TheBeatles, the Rolling Stones played red to the Beatles' blue in their little rivalry. Even as the Beatles got DarkerAndEdgier in the late 60s, the Stones continued to be on the red side of them. Music/TheWho are red; Music/TheKinks are blue.

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* The two major singers and songwriters for the Music/{{Eagles}}, Don Henley and Glenn Frey, presented a red-blue contrast. Henley's rougher and rougher, raspier voice was generally put to use in their more energetic or "harder" ("Life in the Fast Lane", "Those Shoes"), or more emotional ("Desperado", "Wasted Time") songs. Frey's easier, smoother voice generally goes to the easy countryish country-ish songs ("Take it It Easy", "Tequila Sunrise", "New Kid in Town"). Henley is red, Frey is blue. (And in (In their respective solo careers careers, the contrast becomes more apparent.)
* Comparing the big two four "British Invasion" bands of the early 60s, '60s, Music/TheRollingStones and Music/TheBeatles, the Rolling Stones played red to the Beatles' blue in their little rivalry. Even as the Beatles got DarkerAndEdgier in the late 60s, the Stones continued to be on the red side of them. Music/TheWho are red; were the red oni; Music/TheBeatles and Music/TheKinks are blue.were the blue oni.
4th Feb '18 9:41:31 PM bt8257
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* Music/{{Deep Purple}} is the Red Oni to Music/{{Uriah Heep}}'s blue

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* Music/{{Deep Purple}} Music/DeepPurple is the Red Oni to Music/{{Uriah Heep}}'s Music/UriahHeep's blue



* Also in Music/{{Blur}}, Damon Albarn is Red Oni and Graham Coxon is Blue Oni.
* Also Music/TheBeatles are red to Music/ElvisPresley's blue

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* Also in Music/{{Blur}}, Damon Albarn is Red Oni and Alex Jame are Red; Dave Rowntree and Graham Coxon is Blue Oni.
* Also Music/TheBeatles
are red to Music/ElvisPresley's blueBlue.



* Music/{{ABBA}}: playful and exuberant Anni-frid Lyngstad was the red oni, while discreet and reserved Agnetha Fältskog was the blue oni.

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* Music/{{ABBA}}: playful Playful and exuberant Anni-frid Anni-Frid Lyngstad was the red oni, while discreet and reserved Agnetha Fältskog was the blue oni.



* Comparing the big two "British Invasion" bands of the early 60s, Music/TheRollingStones and Music/TheBeatles, the Rolling Stones played red to the Beatles' blue in their little rivalry. Even as the Beatles got DarkerAndEdgier in the late 60s, the Stones continued to be on the red side of them.

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* Comparing the big two "British Invasion" bands of the early 60s, Music/TheRollingStones and Music/TheBeatles, the Rolling Stones played red to the Beatles' blue in their little rivalry. Even as the Beatles got DarkerAndEdgier in the late 60s, the Stones continued to be on the red side of them. Music/TheWho are red; Music/TheKinks are blue.



* Before she became Music/LadyGaga, she recorded a song called, "Red and Blue," describing a relationship between a red and blue oni (she's the red one, if you needed to be told).

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* Before she became Music/LadyGaga, she recorded a song called, "Red and Blue," Blue", describing a relationship between a red and blue oni (she's the red one, if you needed to be told).



* Music/{{Depeche Mode}}: Dave Gahan is a charismatic and extroverted Red Oni, while Martin Gore is calm and introverted Blue Oni. Andy Fletcher can be considered as both Red and Blue Oni, because in their personal affairs he acts as a "bridge" between Dave and Mart.

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* Music/{{Depeche Mode}}: Music/DepecheMode: Dave Gahan is a charismatic and extroverted Red Oni, while Martin Gore is a calm and introverted Blue Oni. Andy Fletcher can be considered as both Red and Blue Oni, because in their personal affairs he acts as a "bridge" between Dave and Mart.



19th Jan '18 8:55:01 PM Starshock
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* Two of the biggest European PowerMetal bands are Music/{{Sabaton}} (red) and Music/{{Nightwish}} (blue). Sabaton relies primarily on electric guitar and keyboard, sings primarily about war and heroes, has a BadassBaritone for a lead singer, features [[EarWorm absurdly catchy melodies that are easy to sing along to]], and is generally HotBlooded and RatedMForManly. Nightwish [[SymphonicMetal uses a large amount of orchestral instruments along with the rock instruments]], sings primarily about abstract concepts and inner emotions, has a classically-trained soprano for a lead singer, features classically-influenced songwriting, and is generally epic and emotionally moving.
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.
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