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What's the best decade for producing great music?

What's the best decade for producing great music?  

29 members have voted

  1. 1. What's the best decade for producing great music?

    • 50's
      0
    • 60's
      5
    • 70's
      15
    • 80's
      1
    • 90's
      1
    • present
      2
    • all of them
      5
    • none of them (I hate music)
      0
    • other (please explain)
      0


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gotta be the 70's ... just for what Pink Floyd produced if nothing else :bigsmile:

there was some other good stuff too!

Top Ten Rock and Pop Albums of the 70's

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Every decade has its innovations, but the first half of the 70s had the most interesting stuff produced in a compact period, a 'golden age', as it were.

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none of them (I hate music)

That shouldn't get too many votes. :D

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well... you have to cater for the minorities these days :P

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Well so far it looks like the 70's is winning. But thats not saying much cause its only 4 votes

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teh present..you old n00b faces need to listen to more modern music

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teh present..you old n00b faces need to listen to more modern music

I agree, Mr. Jip - the new stuff is where its happening..but the 70s stuff still

holds up today...

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I dont know how many times, or on how many different threads, but i will say it again....New music sucks (most of it)

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I dont know how many times, or on how many different threads, but i will say it again....New music sucks (most of it)

So, does this mean we can count you as a vote for the 70's?

:wha':

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I can't take it anymore.......I hate Britney, Christina, N'Sync and all this other ungodly stuff they wanna call music.

Turn it down you say,

Well all I got to say to you is time again I say, "No!"

No! No, No, No, No, No!

Tell me not to play

Well, all I got to say to you when you tell me not to play,

I say, "No!"

No! No, No, No, No, No!

So, if you ask me why I like the way I play it

There's only one thing I can say to you

I wanna rock! (Rock)

I wanna rock! (Rock)

I want to rock (Rock)

I wanna rock! (Rock)

There's a feelin' that

I get from nothin' else and there ain't nothin' in the world

That makes me go!

Go! Go, go, go, go, go!

Turn the power up

I've waited for so long so I could hear my favorite song so,

Let's go!

Go! Go, go, go, go, go!

When it's like this I feel the music shootin' through me

There's nothin' else that I would rather do

I wanna rock! (Rock)

I wanna rock! (Rock)

I want to rock (Rock)

I wanna rock! (Rock)

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The #1 Songs for June 19:

1970: 'Long and Winding Road' by Beatles.

1971: 'It's Too Late' by Carole King.

1972: 'The Candy Man' by Sammy Davis, Jr..

1973: 'My Love' by Paul McCartney & Wings.

1974: 'Bill, Don't Be a Hero' by Bo Donaldson & the Heywoods.

1975: 'Sister Golden Hair' by America.

1976: 'Silly Love Songs' by Paul McCartney & Wings.

1977: 'Dreams' by Fleetwood Mac.

1978: 'Shadow Dancing' by Andy Gibb.

1979: 'Hot Stuff' by Donna Summer.

These were the most popular songs on June 19 of each year.

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So, does this mean we can count you as a vote for the 70's?

:wha':

Yep, I voted for the 70's. And for the same reason as Umma

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disco sucks!

Lol. How right you are :good job:

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I can't take it anymore.......I hate Britney, Christina, N'Sync and all this other ungodly stuff they wanna call music.
those "artists" don't represent this decade.

All decades have good and bad artists and all decades have pioneers and followers so we should all agree that all decades have produced great music.

btw... i'm really surprised to see that I'm the only one who voted all decades

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all decades have pioneers and followers

i guess logically i should have voted 50's, because its said that this is where rock began. Without the pioneers in the 50's, we wouldnt have the great bands that each other decade produced.

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i guess logically i should have voted 50's, because its said that this is where rock began. Without the pioneers in the 50's, we wouldnt have the great bands that each other decade produced.

let's not get that far but if you want it that way then i consider the ancient people the "real pioneers". They began making sounds with various instruments so they started it all

I should of voted "other" and explain "1000000 BC" :bigsmile:

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that's why I played safe and voted all decades hehe

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It seems most people vote their age. Young people are not likely to vote 60's and old people aren't voting for new stuff. What we have here is a census! I can see that am more Jurassic that most. Method seems to vote for 1 million yrs bc so I guess he is a little older than me but.........

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I voted all decades. It's not fare to vote for new artists cause they have more technology available to them, to help them make their music sound better. Every decade had their hits and I listen to them all. I might be a freak of nature being 22 and all and liking all sorts of music but that's the way it should be. People should respect the old music for what it was. Not follow every damn music trend out there. If it sounds good, and has a meaning you understand listen to it. More power to you. That's why I never tell anyone the music they listen to sucks. ;)

I always try to find out why they like it to see if I can pick it up too.

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