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Leonard Hatred 9:12 Wed Feb 5
Music should have stopped in 1996
Discuss.

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Athletico Easthamico 11:25 Sun Feb 9
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
Branded,

That's all a very simplistic knowledge of music and lazy generalisation..

You can trace British dance culture back to the New Romantic movement. Soldos mates , Depeche Mode, Japan and Soft Cell to name a few.

But then back to Joy Division, Bowie. Glam Rock. Procul Harum and Pink Floyd.

You have to be aware of the fact music is constantly evolving rather than trying to pinpoint it all to specifics.

eusebiovic 10:35 Sun Feb 9
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
The question I'd like to know the answer to is...

Does Irons of Canada know about Boards of Canada?

ironsofcanada 1:47 Sat Feb 8
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
?

It was a compliment.

You make up so much, it is good when come out - literally - with some truth. If this is truth, it is a great first step to your new WHO identity.

BRANDED 1:41 Sat Feb 8
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
Oooooo. You bitch

ironsofcanada 1:37 Sat Feb 8
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
BRANDED 1:23 Sat Feb 8

Doing a Schofield, Branded?

Brave at your very advanced age.

BRANDED 1:23 Sat Feb 8
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
Gay then

ironsofcanada 1:02 Sat Feb 8
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
One of my favourite albums ever was released really early (maybe January) in 1997. - Clumsy - Our Lady Peace.

I was into Collective Soul in the same period, the album was year before, I think, but they were releasing singles still in '96.

Big Sugar - If Had My Weed - I mean - Way but also that whole album.

I also liked funk/jazz/porn music album the Beastie Boys did around then. Amongst jazz and other older stuff.

The other songs I remember less fondly from the same time were Champagne Supernova and 1979 that my friend had on some compilation album. And he would not stop playing it.


I am even less into newer stuff these days but someone on here ironically got me into the Dead South. I have liked Bon Iver, Arctic Monkeys, Arcade Fire, Rosanna Cash and Me First and the Gimme Gimmes (to name a few) in the last 10 years or so.

BRANDED 11:14 Sat Feb 8
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
There was a long progress from house, acid house, rave, jungle, breaks, D&B, house, disco house, UK Garage, Happy Hardcore, Hard House, Trance, Progressive.........
It all depended on whether you were straight or gay, Northern or Southern. It did depend on which pills you liked too

ChillTheKeel 11:11 Sat Feb 8
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
So edgy.

White Pony 11:05 Sat Feb 8
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
I thought rave was early 90s. Still a load of bollocks though. Pilled up wankers dancing to nursery rhymes. Now they’re all middle aged men who still think they’re cool.

ChillTheKeel 10:36 Sat Feb 8
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
Why would I give a solitary fuck about the north?

BRANDED 10:34 Sat Feb 8
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
The Rave scene in Manchester or Glasgow NEVER morphed into UK garage.

ChillTheKeel 10:31 Sat Feb 8
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
Actually, the rave/club scene primarily morphed into UK Garage around '97 - Sun City near Chelsea Bridge was the Mecca for it.
I personally couldn't stand the skippy beat bollocks with its cunty rambling MCs.

Side of Ham 7:54 Fri Feb 7
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
I managed to pick genres of music to fit what I was doing. I could quite easily do an afternoon session in the pub listening to Don McLean on the jukebox with the whole pub of pissheads singing American Pie or all singing to all together now by The Farm to having it large at Echoes raving to acid music and it went on from there through the years....as long as there was good company music was the nuts and came from all sorts of decades.

zico 7:22 Fri Feb 7
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
For me the beginning of the end was 1988 when "The Only Way is Up" by Yazz hit No 1. The beginning of the end for lyrics, bands actually playing instruments, singing rather than screeching etc etc. But there again I am an old sod who still listens to Ultravox!!!

Mad Dog 7:11 Fri Feb 7
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
Don. When it evolved into trance. That was the peak for me. Loved it.

Too Much Too Young 7:10 Fri Feb 7
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
You could cease all music at the end of this mix as far as i'm concerned..1993.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PH8bRJGLdmc

Take a bow Mr Weatherall son.

Far East Hammer 6:42 Fri Feb 7
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
Funnily enough on FB I've been tagged for one of those 20 albums in 20 days things. And the most recent album I'm posting is from 1996.

Don Ravioli 12:09 Thu Feb 6
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
97-2000 I was going to the garage clubs and doing the usual Epping country club/faces type shit as well.
Never liked drum n bass/jungle or much of the other shit that house splintered into.
Was always more of the us type garage/ house ( masters at work/ victor simonelli) type of person.
I slowed down on the going out about 2002 I reckon so like someone else said you’ve got to be in it to appreciate it.

BRANDED 11:51 Thu Feb 6
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
97-2000 there was trance, house, hard house, techno, D&B, HappyHardcore, Funky house, Deep House, Progressive House, Hip Hop, Trip Hop, Chill and Low Fi, Euro, Balearic, breaks and London Garage. To name a few. It just depends how cool you were and if you were a bit Northern.

Don Ravioli 11:45 Thu Feb 6
Re: Music should have stopped in 1996
Russ I meant around the 97-2000 mark it all went a bit trancey for me, I was replying to Swiss’s comment that it was great around 2000.

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