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*Alison*
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But it isn't just their music that makes Nirvana as great as they are/were. It was what they did, and how and when they did it.

You guys not even remember 1992? I'm still eternally thankful that Nevermind came out and made all the hair metal and Color Me Badd type sh!t dissapear practically overnight.


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I was like 5 In 92' so no i dont remember it to well stick out tongue


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I was like 5 In 92' so no i dont remember it to well stick out tongue

I was 6 ...HA...Beat you...well actually I was five for half that year sad

But to answer Alison's question...no I don't remember either....


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I was 4 for Half the year sad


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Nirvana were very good but they weren't even the best band out of the movement they supposedly championed.

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Originally posted by *Alison*
But it isn't just their music that makes Nirvana as great as they are/were. It was what they did, and how and when they did it.

You guys not even remember 1992? I'm still eternally thankful that Nevermind came out and made all the hair metal and Color Me Badd type sh!t dissapear practically overnight.


What about all the bands that did the same thing Nirvana did, did it before they became popular, and did it better?

Nirvana will always remain one of my favorites, but they only popularized the genre... Quite by accident I might add, even to the point where Kurt was unhappy about the band's success.


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What are The Doors doing on that hard rock list?

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What about all the bands that did the same thing Nirvana did, did it before they became popular, and did it better?

Nirvana will always remain one of my favorites, but they only popularized the genre... Quite by accident I might add, even to the point where Kurt was unhappy about the band's success.


Exactly.

Alice in Chains and Soundgarden are both much better. I prefer Pearl Jam to Nirvana also. Then there's Mudhoney, reasonably obscure.

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Can soeone please explain to me what classifies Hard Rock?


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Tool classify themselves as Hard Rock, though that might not be the best example.

Erm, Audioslave, Rage mostly, Zeppelin.

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I suppose it's metal(ish) music with rock(ish) singing.


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I think that according to VH1 it's any artist who uses guitar distortion occasionally no expression


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But how does that justify Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Queen, The Who, The Doors, Neil Young (What the f**k? ) and others? ... very strange list......


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VH1...yeah, they're definately a valid authority on the subject. Of course they're list sucks.

VH1 is MTV for 30 year olds.


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But how does that justify Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Queen, The Who, The Doors, Neil Young (What the f**k? ) and others? ... very strange list......



I considered most of them hard rock.Zepplin where pioneers for hard rock,they deserve number one.Now if it was Heavy Metal we where talking about I could see why none of those bands would make it on the list.The problem is Vh1 tried to blur the lines too much in this list,mixing slayer with Pearl jam.


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Marilyn Manson is higher than Tool?


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Marylin Manson on a Best of List?


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Don't get me wrong, I like Nirvana quite a bit, I just think there are people who blow their greatness way out of proportion.


Yep, they're kinda like the Beatles, I like them, they're one of my favorite bands, but in no way should they be higher then the Doors. Also, why are the Doors even on there, them and Pink Floyd are more phsycadelic rock than hard.


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I think with the Doors it was all about their rebellion.Back in the day those where some pretty risky lyrics coming out of Mr.Jims mouth.


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I think with the Doors it was all about their rebellion.Back in the day those where some pretty risky lyrics coming out of Mr.Jims mouth.


Indeed, but how are they hard rock, they may qualify on a list of greatest psycadelic bands, or greatest bands to get wacked out of your mind to, but they're not hard rock. Perhaps they mean rock as whole.


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