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Ian Mackaye is a straight edge wimp who probably played Magic
i dont get why you guys are even associating blink 182 with minor threat or fugazi. compare them to green day or the offspring.
Would Jane's Addiction count for the 90s? Every time I hear that Jane Says song, I almost pop a coronary!
no because they were a good band.
Ian McKaye:Billy Packer::Mark Hoppus:Clark Kellogg
Im ready for aa 5th of vodica to end my feels.
Oh God I forgot about the Pride of Waldorf, Good Charlotte -- guess I was successful in removing them from my memory. They redefined "awful."
That album with the song All Star is the worst thing I've ever listened to.
I assume Nickelback is the Nickelback of the 2000s. I might go with 3 Doors Down, though.
Well, I mean, that’s what it is. I doodoo and then listen to Katy Perry.
Fugazi and Minor Threat are punk rock GODS. More power to them if they did it without drugs.
are they really Gods of the punk rock scene? I think you're being a bit parochial.
Agreed. There's also the issue that punk rock like minor threat has been dead for most of my music listening life.
no, Fugazi is pretty well regarded nationwide in the punk rock scene.
I'm going to spam the shit out of your Facebook page now. It's on.
they are definitely two of the most influential and well respected punk bands
Not sure how Huey Lewis & the News hasn't been mentioned for the 80's.
They sold a shitload of records and they sucked.
Bon Jovi had some good tunes and they lasted way past the eighties.
It's hip to be a square...
a song so catchy, most people probably don’t listen to the lyrics. But they should, because it’s not just about the pleasures of conformity, and the importance of trends, it’s also a personal statement about the band itself.
R&W <3s queefcore rock
isn't that kind of an oxymoron?
I will now replace my use of vag rock with that.
Did nobody else catch this? Is this just trolling?? Tool for the 90s?!
Minor Threat and Fugazi were/are punk. Blink 182 is pop.
pretty much, actually.
This is a good list although as bad as ICP they arent popular enough to be mentioned in this thread.
Creed is obviously the answer for the 90s. They basically spawned Nickelback.
I don't want to get into a debate about punk, but when I hear Gods of XXX genre I think of the bands that epitomize the genre. Bands that would be on their Mt. Rushmore. When I think punk band Gods I think Dead Kennedys, Ramones, Black Flag, Sex Pistols, The Clash. I would even consider bands like X, Bad Religion, Bad Brains, Social D, and a slew of others to be greater than the Ian Mackaye bands. I would think Fugazi or Minor Threat might be top 25.
80's Hall & Oates
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