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    Being on Sub Pop is what got Afghan Whigs lumped into the grunge category.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buried Alien View Post
    I get an urge to rip my hair out when the ignorant refer to the Beatles as a "boy band."

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    Well they were all boys who were as popular for their looks as their music. And while they were certainly talented beyond looks so is Justin Timberlake who has become a success at numerous levels of music.

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    i always considered Alice In Chains a Metal Band.

    and i recall Vh1 label Limp Bizkit a band.

    really? Limp Bizkit a metal band?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor Moriarty View Post
    i always considered Alice In Chains a Metal Band.

    and i recall Vh1 label Limp Bizkit a band.

    really? Limp Bizkit a metal band?
    I realize this is a typo...... But I totally agree, Limp Bizkit isn't a band.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor Moriarty View Post
    i always considered Alice In Chains a Metal Band.
    I'd call them hard grunge. And while they were somewhat known before Nirvana, they like Pearl Jam owe their national fame to Nirvana and the push that all Seattle area bands got because of them. That more than anything is why the grunge label sticks so much.

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    Y'know, it's a shame that so many good bands get lumped in with a marginal band like Nirvana.

    I was listening to Alice In Chains, Soundgarden, and Pearl jam before Nirvana. And they were all vastly superior to Nirvana.

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