other genre's the big four grunge bands fall into

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deadpoetstory
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Re: other genre's the big four grunge bands fall into

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Would you consider Primus progressive?
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deadpoetstory wrote:Would you consider Primus progressive?

:shock: :weird:
No.....
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Luciditypro wrote:
deadpoetstory wrote:Would you consider Primus progressive?

:shock: :weird:
No.....
I just consider then alternative. They are too difficult to really define into any set group.
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Genre talk gets ridiculous. And personally I beleive trying to define a genre is just welcoming pigeon holeing and close mindedness. But that's just me.
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Re: other genre's the big four grunge bands fall into

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anyone seen the video of Les Claypol, Tool's danny carey, and Rush's neil supergroup?
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deadpoetstory wrote:anyone seen the video of Les Claypol, Tool's danny carey, and Rush's neil supergroup?
why do i not know of this ?
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Saying that nirvana is metal is like saying that jimmy hendrix was an adopted white boy from kongo to a family of half chinese and half japaneese parents
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:lol: :lol: :lol: exactly
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harmony90 wrote:Saying that nirvana is metal is like saying that jimmy hendrix was an adopted white boy from kongo to a family of half chinese and half japaneese parents
:lol: I can always count on you to make me giggle.
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harmony90 wrote:Saying that nirvana is metal is like saying that jimmy hendrix was an adopted white boy from kongo to a family of half chinese and half japaneese parents
Jimmy Hendrix does not exist.

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i see what you did there, spelling ftw
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KristinNirvana wrote:
Wed Mar 28, 2012 8:48 pm
Bleach was a total metal album, I've also heard several other people say that as well
Naw, don't see that -- heavy =/= metal. Metal is a very precise style, and on Bleach, the riffing is too dense most of the time, and the majority of the technical side of the music was more minimalist than what metal usually involves. Having said that, "School" would be metal if Kurt had decided to play more notes.
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