What is the best era of music?

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    Leslie West and Mountain.
     
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    late sixties, early seventies.
     
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    [video=youtube;QpxN2VXPMLc]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QpxN2VXPMLc[/video]

    Rockin' it 1400 BC style.
     
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    Whenever you were young.
     
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    90s > 70s > 00s > 60s > 80s > 2010s
     
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    Chimney Portions I drink cum Banned User

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    Definitely.

    Led Zeppelin
    The Who
    The Beetles
    Black Sabbath
    Pink Floyd
    Allman Brothers
    Skynyrd
    Neil Young
    CCR...
     
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    Whichever era you were 16-22 is the best. I say REM and Husker Du and the Replacements and Los Lobos was the best era but that is when I was teenage cool with my Mustang.
     
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    Early 60's to mid-70s. (fuck disco)
    Along with a big part of the 40's.

    Those sumbitches could jam! :cooljump:
    [video=youtube;_8yGGtVKrD8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8yGGtVKrD8[/video]
     
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    Yup.
     
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    Fuck ya, just look at these hits from the 60's alone:
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    [TD="width: 450"]Maryland My Maryland
    by James R. Randall (1862)[/TD]
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    [TD="width: 450"]Grafted Into the Army
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    [TD="width: 450"]When Johnny Comes Marching Home
    by Louis Lambert (1863)[/TD]
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    [TD="width: 450"]Beautiful Dreamer
    by Stephen Foster (1865)[/TD]
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    [TD="width: 450"]Marching Through Georgia
    by Henry Clay Work (1865)[/TD]
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    [TD="width: 450"]Song of All Songs
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    [TD="width: 450"]The Blue Danube
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    [TD="width: 450"]Little Brown Jug by R.E. Eastburn (1869)[/TD]
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    This will/might be a fun thread. But I have to leave and go buy weed, which I'm sure will make it more fun. :D

    Captain Frank will probably thank me for this one... (be back in a bit...)

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    1963-1979
    1991-1994
     
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    this!!!! the best popular music EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    of course, i'm not counting classical music or jazz.
     
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    This. Even though I wasn't born until '73, I think most of the best albums and bands of all time came out of this period.
    Yep. Plus epic prog rock albums from Tull, Yes, Genesis, ELP....I grew up on all of that shit thanks to my dad.

    I'd rate the 80's & '90s pretty close behind on the basis of all the great metal that came out then - hair metal excluded.
     
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    '83 :grad:
     
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    Turn around bright eyes. :grad:
     
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    Pretty much. Or more specifically everything after you reach that age sucks. My own theory is that once you get older than whoever the next big things are, rock music starts to lose a lot of its appeal and allure.