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25th May '16 11:16:52 AM HasturHasturHastur
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** Combined with this and PublicMediumIgnorance, Music/{{Slipknot}} has become the masked public faces of both modern metal and the extreme end of it. This is despite the fact that they don't play DeathMetal, and never have before. In reality, the type of metal they play is heavy yet accessible enough to be played on mainstream rock radio. Yet, when asked to name a "modern metal band" or "extreme metal band", Slipknot will likely be the one who pops up. [[MainstreamObscurity Most people who aren't fans can't name a single song from them]], except ''maybe'' "Wait and Bleed" or "Psychosocial". Along with Slayer, they are most likely to be mistakenly thought of as a "death metal band".

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** Combined with this and PublicMediumIgnorance, Music/{{Slipknot}} has become the masked public faces of both modern metal and the extreme end of it. This is despite the fact that they don't play DeathMetal, and never have before.before (though it ''is'' a well-known influence and elements of it pop up in their sound with reasonable frequency). In reality, the type of metal they play is heavy yet accessible enough to be played on mainstream rock radio. Yet, when asked to name a "modern metal band" or "extreme metal band", Slipknot will likely be the one who pops up. [[MainstreamObscurity Most people who aren't fans can't name a single song from them]], except ''maybe'' "Wait and Bleed" Bleed", "Before I Forget", or "Psychosocial". Along with Slayer, they are most likely to be mistakenly thought of as a "death metal band".



** If people aren't mistakenly using Slipknot or Slayer as examples, the only death metal acts that exist are Music/CannibalCorpse and Music/{{Death}}, and ''maybe'' Music/{{Obituary}} or Music/MorbidAngel if you're in the South.

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** If people aren't mistakenly using Slipknot or Slayer as examples, the only death metal acts that exist are Music/CannibalCorpse and Music/{{Death}}, and ''maybe'' Music/{{Obituary}} Music/{{Obituary}}, Music/MorbidAngel, or Music/MorbidAngel Music/{{Deicide}} if you're in the South.
24th May '16 8:59:50 AM UltimateLazer
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** Rock guitarists? Music/JimiHendrix, first and foremost. Others that remain legendary are Music/ChuckBerry, Music/EricClapton, [[Music/TheRollingStones Keith Richards]], [[Music/LedZeppelin Jimmy Page]], [[Music/VanHalen Eddie Van Halen]], [[Music/GunsNRoses Slash]], [[Music/RageAgainstTheMachine Tom]] [[Music/{{Audioslave}} Morello]], [[Music/BlackSabbath Tony Iommi]], [[Music/{{Metallica}} Kirk Hammett]], [[Music/{{Rush}} Alex Lifeson]], [[Music/AliceInChains Jerry Cantrell]], and [[Music/DeepPurple Ritchie]] [[Music/{{Rainbow}} Blackmore]].

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** Rock guitarists? Music/JimiHendrix, first and foremost. Others that remain legendary are Music/ChuckBerry, Music/EricClapton, [[Music/TheRollingStones Keith Richards]], [[Music/LedZeppelin Jimmy Page]], [[Music/VanHalen Eddie Van Halen]], [[Music/GunsNRoses Slash]], [[Music/RageAgainstTheMachine Tom]] [[Music/{{Audioslave}} Morello]], [[Music/BlackSabbath Tony Iommi]], [[Music/{{Metallica}} Kirk Hammett]], [[Music/{{Rush}} Alex Lifeson]], [[Music/{{Santana}} Carlos Santana]], [[Music/AliceInChains Jerry Cantrell]], and [[Music/DeepPurple Ritchie]] [[Music/{{Rainbow}} Blackmore]].
24th May '16 8:51:45 AM HasturHasturHastur
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** Rock bassists: Les Claypool and Geddy Lee. Flea, Cliff Burton, and Geezer Butler are also commonly mentioned and you ''might'' find Chris Squire, Justin Chancellor, or Ryan Martinie getting namedropped every once in a blue moon.

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** Rock bassists: Les Claypool and Geddy Lee. Flea, Cliff Burton, and Geezer Butler are also commonly mentioned and you ''might'' find Chris Squire, Steve Harris, Justin Chancellor, or Ryan Martinie getting namedropped every once in a blue moon.



** Rock drummers: [[Music/TheBeatles Ringo Starr]] is the most famous one, but not considered the best. If someone else is mentioned it is probably Keith Moon or Neil Peart. John Bonham, Lars Ulrich, Joey Jordison, and Danny Carey also sometimes get tossed out.

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** Rock drummers: [[Music/TheBeatles Ringo Starr]] is the most famous one, but not considered the best. If someone else is mentioned it is probably Keith Moon or Neil Peart. John Bonham, Lars Ulrich, Joey Jordison, Dave Grohl, and Danny Carey also sometimes get tossed out.



** Rock guitarists? Music/JimiHendrix, first and foremost. Others that remain legendary are Music/ChuckBerry, Music/EricClapton, [[Music/TheRollingStones Keith Richards]], [[Music/LedZeppelin Jimmy Page]], [[Music/VanHalen Eddie Van Halen]], [[Music/GunsNRoses Slash]], [[Music/RageAgainstTheMachine Tom]] [[Music/{{Audioslave}} Morello]], [[Music/BlackSabbath Tony Iommi]], [[Music/{{Metallica}} Kirk Hammett]], and [[Music/{{Rush}} Alex Lifeson]].

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** Rock guitarists? Music/JimiHendrix, first and foremost. Others that remain legendary are Music/ChuckBerry, Music/EricClapton, [[Music/TheRollingStones Keith Richards]], [[Music/LedZeppelin Jimmy Page]], [[Music/VanHalen Eddie Van Halen]], [[Music/GunsNRoses Slash]], [[Music/RageAgainstTheMachine Tom]] [[Music/{{Audioslave}} Morello]], [[Music/BlackSabbath Tony Iommi]], [[Music/{{Metallica}} Kirk Hammett]], and [[Music/{{Rush}} Alex Lifeson]].Lifeson]], [[Music/AliceInChains Jerry Cantrell]], and [[Music/DeepPurple Ritchie]] [[Music/{{Rainbow}} Blackmore]].
14th May '16 10:31:43 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* Music/{{Vocaloid}} songs? As far as everyone is concerned, the only Vocaloid is Hatsune Miku, or at least the "big five" Crypton-produced Vocaloids (Miku, KAITO, MEIKO, Kagamine Rin and Len[[note]]Sometimes counted as one due to being "mirror images" of each other, sometimes counted as separate[[/note]], Megurine Luka). Even though they're not the first Vocaloids in existence nor the most recent, they're still the five Vocaloids that comes to most people's minds first when the brand is brought up.

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* Music/{{Vocaloid}} songs? As far as everyone is concerned, the only Vocaloid is Hatsune Miku, or at least the "big five" Crypton-produced Vocaloids (Miku, KAITO, MEIKO, Kagamine Rin and Len[[note]]Sometimes counted as one due to being "mirror images" of each other, other and part of one package together, sometimes counted as separate[[/note]], Megurine Luka). Even though they're not the first Vocaloids in existence nor the most recent, they're still the five Vocaloids that comes to most people's minds first when the brand is brought up.
14th May '16 10:31:22 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* Music/{{Vocaloid}} songs? As far as everyone is concerned, the only Vocaloid is Hatsune Miku, or at least the Crypton-produced [=VOCALOID2=]'s (Miku, KAITO, MEIKO, Kagamine Rin and Len, Megurine Luka). Even though they're not the first Vocaloids in existence nor the most recent, they're still the five Vocaloids that comes to most people's minds first when the brand is brought up.

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* Music/{{Vocaloid}} songs? As far as everyone is concerned, the only Vocaloid is Hatsune Miku, or at least the "big five" Crypton-produced [=VOCALOID2=]'s Vocaloids (Miku, KAITO, MEIKO, Kagamine Rin and Len, Len[[note]]Sometimes counted as one due to being "mirror images" of each other, sometimes counted as separate[[/note]], Megurine Luka). Even though they're not the first Vocaloids in existence nor the most recent, they're still the five Vocaloids that comes to most people's minds first when the brand is brought up.
14th May '16 10:30:34 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* Music/{{Vocaloid}} songs? As far as everyone is concerned, the only Vocaloid is Hatsune Miku, or at least the Crypton-produced [=VOCALOID2=]'s (Miku, Kaito, Kagamine Rin and Len, Megurine Luka). Even though they're not the first Vocaloids in existence nor the most recent, they're still the five Vocaloids that comes to most people's minds first when the brand is brought up.

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* Music/{{Vocaloid}} songs? As far as everyone is concerned, the only Vocaloid is Hatsune Miku, or at least the Crypton-produced [=VOCALOID2=]'s (Miku, Kaito, KAITO, MEIKO, Kagamine Rin and Len, Megurine Luka). Even though they're not the first Vocaloids in existence nor the most recent, they're still the five Vocaloids that comes to most people's minds first when the brand is brought up.
14th May '16 10:30:02 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* Music/{{Vocaloid}} songs? As far as everyone is concerned, the only Vocaloid is Hatsune Miku, or at least the Crypton-produced [=VOCALOID2=]'s (Miku, Kaito, Kagamine Rin and Len, Megurine Luka). Even though they're not the first Vocaloids in existence nor the most recent, they're still the five Vocaloids that comes to most people's minds first when the brand is brought up.
12th May '16 7:57:11 AM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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WorldMusic: To the general public traditional folklore music that keeps a very identifiable exotic flavor will often be brought in association with a specific country. Therefore, despite the fact that other countries have also their own local jazz,r ock or pop bands, it will be the artists who perform traditional music, immediately recognizable as ''authentic to that country'', that will get the most recognition. There is also a tendency to see African, Latin American, Asian and Eastern European music as WorldMusic, but not Western music.

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WorldMusic: To the general public traditional folklore music that keeps a very identifiable exotic flavor will often be brought in association with a specific country. Therefore, despite the fact that other countries have also their own local jazz,r ock jazz, rock or pop bands, it will be the artists who perform traditional music, immediately recognizable as ''authentic to that country'', that will get the most recognition. There is also a tendency to see African, Latin American, Asian and Eastern European music as WorldMusic, but not Western music.
11th May '16 8:21:03 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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** During the first half of the 20th century Music/EnricoCaruso would regularly be namedropped as the most famous male opera singer. Near the end of the second half Music/LucianoPavarotti is the most popular choice. If you are lucky the other two tenors, Music/PlacidoDomingo and Music/JoséCarreras might be mentioned as well. Female opera singers are even more obscure. Music/MariaCallas is the one everyone knows; thanks to Freddie Mercury, Montserrat Caballé might ring a bell as well.

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** During the first half of the 20th century Music/EnricoCaruso would regularly be namedropped as the most famous male opera singer. Near the end of the second half Music/LucianoPavarotti is the most popular choice. If you are lucky the other two tenors, Music/PlacidoDomingo and Music/JoséCarreras Music/JoseCarreras might be mentioned as well. Female opera singers are even more obscure. Music/MariaCallas is the one everyone knows; thanks to Freddie Mercury, Montserrat Caballé might ring a bell as well.
11th May '16 8:20:39 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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* During the first half of the 20th century Music/EnricoCaruso would regularly be namedropped as the most famous male opera singer. Near the end of the second half Music/LucianoPavarotti is the most popular choice. If you are lucky the other two tenors, Music/PlacidoDomingo and Music/JoséCarreras might be mentioned as well. Female opera singers are even more obscure. Music/MariaCallas is the one everyone knows; thanks to Freddie Mercury, Montserrat Caballé might ring a bell as well.

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* ** During the first half of the 20th century Music/EnricoCaruso would regularly be namedropped as the most famous male opera singer. Near the end of the second half Music/LucianoPavarotti is the most popular choice. If you are lucky the other two tenors, Music/PlacidoDomingo and Music/JoséCarreras might be mentioned as well. Female opera singers are even more obscure. Music/MariaCallas is the one everyone knows; thanks to Freddie Mercury, Montserrat Caballé might ring a bell as well.
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