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Rock & Pop: What would you do in this situation?

Author : Brandon

Submitted : 2017-06-12 01:30:29    Popularity:     

Tags: amp  Rock  situation  Pop  

Hello, Rock & Pop. I want to play a little game with everyone today, where we're all involved in a scenario. For this scenario, imagine that you were transported to the year of 1980. You're 21 years old, and you're going to the bar for the

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Hi Brandon.
I think I would do in the 80s artists. I agree that it will change things forever, but ultimately there could be no worse happening than having VU erased for music history (maybe with the exception of the Beatles). VU is one of the crucial cornerstones of most of the music that I listen to. The 80s groups have heavy influence as well, but not even close to VU's extent.

BA: I've never really listened to King Crimson so I can't speak to it. One of those to-do list items that I never seem to get to. I will say the VU set the bar in all of those categories immensely high.
BA2: It's never been my bailiwick, but I've got some records and there are artists that I like a lot. You are completely correct that the sort of "influence tree" is an incredibly healthy tree.
BA3: I'm tempted to say Sonic Youth, particularly dealing with their really early work, but I don't consider my opinion terribly educated on the matter..
BA4: I would certainly call Radiohead a progressive, rock band. I'm not so clear on the parameters of the genre. I've always thought of them as a modern classic rock band.

ah, but i couldn't do that because i myself am influenced by all those bands, and so killing them would create a causal loop and possibly destroy the universe.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVUUNPgV...

This is too strange for me.

I regard The Velvet Underground & King Crimson higher than any other band you mention, but it would not make sense to me going back to 1980 because I was younger than 21 back then, and you don't mention if I will be able to get away with murdering all those individuals.
BQ: I'm not very familiar with The Velvet Underground, so I'd consider King Crimson.
BQ2: that kind of music never appealed to me
BQ3: again, I have little to no idea who those bands were
BQ4: Radiohead is an overhyped band.

Sorry for the poor input.

Aloha Brandon!

I'd use your time machine to send me back to 1965, where I could murder both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton as young adults. Hopefully then when the 2016 Presidential Election rolls around, we would actually have at least one decent candidate to elect as President.



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