History TurnOfTheMillennium / Music

24th Aug '16 5:27:50 PM AfroThunder
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* Music/DJ Quik
16th Aug '16 5:34:39 PM Minni128
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*Music/IconForHire: Active 2007-present. Released first [=EP=]s in 2007
10th Aug '16 1:36:04 PM Minni128
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*Music/IkueAsazaki



** 2002- ''Music/IkueAsazaki''
10th Aug '16 1:25:21 PM Minni128
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**2002- ''Music/IkueAsazaki''
10th Aug '16 5:14:41 AM bombadil211
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* Music/{{Westlife}}
2nd Aug '16 12:51:00 AM UltimateLazer
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** ''Music/TheRisingTied'' (2005)
9th Jul '16 10:35:25 PM Premonition45
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* Music/TheBeatles: In 2006, the Cirque De Soleil show ''Love'' premiered, which featured remixed songs. There also was the rock musical movie ''Film/AcrossTheUniverse'' in 2007.
22nd Jun '16 6:16:24 AM brb1006
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* Music/{{Schnuffel}}
7th Jun '16 10:24:10 PM gewunomox
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* {{Deathcore}}: A popular style of extreme metal that took Myspace by storm in the later half of the decade thanks to bands like Music/JobForACowboy, Music/BringMeTheHorizon, and {{suicide Silence}}
* EmoMusic: Probably the most popular form of alternative rock for the decade. Emo bands that crossed over usually had elements of either {{Power Pop}} (e.g. Music/FallOutBoy, Music/PanicAtTheDisco, Music/{{Paramore}}, Music/JimmyEatWorld) or GothRock and Metal (e.g. Music/{{AFI}}, Music/MyChemicalRomance, Music/{{Thursday}}, Music/TheUsed}, and usual wore eyeliner.

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* {{Deathcore}}: A popular style of extreme metal that took Myspace by storm in the later half of the decade thanks to bands like Music/JobForACowboy, Music/BringMeTheHorizon, and {{suicide Silence}}
Music/SuicideSilence.
* EmoMusic: Probably the most popular form of alternative rock for the decade. Emo bands that crossed over usually had elements of either {{Power Pop}} PowerPop (e.g. Music/FallOutBoy, Music/PanicAtTheDisco, Music/{{Paramore}}, Music/JimmyEatWorld) or GothRock and Metal (e.g. Music/{{AFI}}, Music/MyChemicalRomance, Music/{{Thursday}}, Music/TheUsed}, and usual wore eyeliner.



* GarageRock: Experienced a big revival and was the biggest form of indie rock for the decade due to {{the strokes}} and {{the white stripes}} hitting it big. It was more polished than the 60's version but it kept the same old school rock and roll feel and look.
* {{Metalcore}}: The most popular form of metal for the decade, built around screamed vocals and breakdowns. Also surprisingly extreme for a mainstream metal genre in comparison to {{Hair metal}} and {{Nu Metal}}.
* {{Nu metal}}: Popular for the first half of the decade before Emo and metalcore replaced it in terms of popularity. Some of it's biggest acts came out in this decade such as {{Linkin Park}} and Music/{{Evanescence}}.
* {{Pop Punk}}: Pure Pop punk without any emo influence also took a turn for the huge after blink-182's self titled and (especially) Green day's {{American Idiot}} took the genre into a more polished but also more ambitious direction. Bands like Music/GoodCharlotte, Music/AllAmericanRejects and Music/{{Yellowcard}} had popularity with this variation of the sound.
* {{Post-Grunge}}: The mainstream rock of the decade, unlike Emo and Garage rock which was aimed at subcultures and alternative scenes, Post grunge appealed to your average joes of middle america. Divided into two Camps: One was the glossy and polished, stadium oriented Sex drugs and rock and roll version personified by bands like {{nickelback}} and {{Hinder}}, the other was darker and more Nu Metal influenced mainly led by bands like {{Three Days Grace}} and Music/{{Flyleaf}}.

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* GarageRock: Experienced a big revival and was the biggest form of indie rock for the decade due to {{the strokes}} Music/TheStrokes and {{the white stripes}} Music/TheWhiteStripes hitting it big. It was more polished than the 60's version but it kept the same old school rock and roll feel and look.
* {{Metalcore}}: The most popular form of metal for the decade, built around screamed vocals and breakdowns. Also surprisingly extreme for a mainstream metal genre in comparison to {{Hair metal}} HairMetal and {{Nu Metal}}.
NuMetal.
* {{Nu metal}}: NuMetal: Popular for the first half of the decade before Emo and metalcore replaced it in terms of popularity. Some of it's its biggest acts came out in this decade such as {{Linkin Park}} Music/LinkinPark and Music/{{Evanescence}}.
* {{Pop Punk}}: PopPunk: Pure Pop punk without any emo influence also took a turn for the huge after blink-182's Music/Blink182's self titled and (especially) Green day's {{American Idiot}} Music/GreenDay's Music/AmericanIdiot took the genre into a more polished but also more ambitious direction. Bands like Music/GoodCharlotte, Music/AllAmericanRejects and Music/{{Yellowcard}} had popularity with this variation of the sound.
* {{Post-Grunge}}: PostGrunge: The mainstream rock of the decade, unlike Emo and Garage rock which was aimed at subcultures and alternative scenes, Post grunge appealed to your average joes of middle america. Divided into two Camps: One was the glossy and polished, stadium oriented Sex drugs and rock and roll version personified by bands like {{nickelback}} Music/{{Nickelback}} and {{Hinder}}, Music/{{Hinder}}, the other was darker and more Nu Metal influenced mainly led by bands like {{Three Days Grace}} Music/ThreeDaysGrace and Music/{{Flyleaf}}.
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