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post #46 of 118
Personally, the 80's for me. That was the music for me.
post #47 of 118
For me, 1970s and 1980s.
post #48 of 118

70s - 80s - 90s... it's all good!

 

 

 

 

 

(1370s-80s-90s, that is!)

post #49 of 118
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Originally Posted by moriez View Post

80s hands down. Back then I didnt listen to music as much as I did later on or now but still those bands/artists made real music. Big stuff!

 

Funny how things change. I am moving backwards with saying 70s is much more musical than 80s. Even more real ;)


Edited by moriez - 9/24/11 at 11:18am
post #50 of 118

70s and 90s

post #51 of 118

I'm pretty fond of the 90's sound. But... most of my music collection consists of 00-09 albums rolleyes.gif

post #52 of 118
I love the 1980s. Especially the alternative and New Wave stuff.

It broke from the stale prog/classic rehash and a lot of it was creative and interesting.

Though a lot of people disregard the 1980s, I remain hopeful for a comeback and wider appreciation. Music has gone stale again today, maybe people will rediscover the great music from the 80s.

I'm thankful that I can get most of it on cheap CDs that predate the Loudness War. A lot of 1980s music sounds quite good.
post #53 of 118
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Originally Posted by Uncle Erik View Post

I love the 1980s. Especially the alternative and New Wave stuff.

It broke from the stale prog/classic rehash and a lot of it was creative and interesting.

Though a lot of people disregard the 1980s, I remain hopeful for a comeback and wider appreciation. Music has gone stale again today, maybe people will rediscover the great music from the 80s.

I'm thankful that I can get most of it on cheap CDs that predate the Loudness War. A lot of 1980s music sounds quite good.


 

Absolutely, post punk included.

post #54 of 118
I lived through the 60s, 70s and 80s. But if I had a time machine, I would go straight back to the 1920s and 30s. Imagine being able to see the Ellington band in its prime or hear Rachmaninov play his piano concerto. Lauritz Melchior at the Met. Fats Waller, Cab Calloway, Billie Holiday in the very beginning. No question.
post #55 of 118

The 90's, definitely.

 

Respect to the 80's as well, but I feel the best music from that decade came from only a handful of genres.

 

The 90's, however, represented the birth of a great many genres that are still relevant today and the evolution of genres that already existed by then.

 

Any electronic music lover will agree with me.

post #56 of 118

80's!  Nuff said.

 

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post #57 of 118

The 80s, definitely. 

post #58 of 118

Deffinately the 80's with crackers like this:

 

post #59 of 118

60s


Edited by ytisawfulnow - 3/7/14 at 11:43pm
post #60 of 118
I would love to go back to the 20s and 30s. Especially with some modern recording gear. I'd love to hear the old stuff in stereo with no noise.

But I am very thankful the old music is available. I wish recording went back a few hundred years, though.
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