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    Not hating at all. If anything it's you that's hating on me because you loves you some nirvana.
     
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    I really don't
     
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    I was in high school when grunge was king.
    The one thing I usually heard was that Screaming Trees was the band that grunge bands respected most.
    I can't quote anyone on this.... it's just one of the things that was usually said.

     
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    Ok then. Agree to disagree. Friends?
     
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    Nirvana & Pearl Jam
     
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    It really was a huge shift. The 80s was about larger than life. It was excess, pyrotechnics, Rock STARS. Then it became a parody of itself. Bands just followed the formula, and got SHITTY. We went from Van Halen and Guns N Roses to Firehouse and Nelson. This is happening to hip hop now. So something anti what was happening evolved. The bands dressed like normal people, even shittier. The music reflected the mood of the era. It wasn't as happy but it was real. The lyrics actually had meaning like they did in the 60s and 70s. And the full albums were good...not just one or 2 "hits". Anyone that knows these bands know the b sides were often better than the hits.
     
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    Is Smashing Pumpkins considered part of this scene?

    Siamese Dream and Mellon Collie top the rest imo

    Pearl Jam have a ton of great songs but arent as cool or badass as Soundgarden

    Nirvana are iconic
     
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