View Poll Results: Which was the best era for music

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  • 1970's

    52 46.43%
  • 1980's

    52 46.43%
  • 1990's

    8 7.14%
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Thread: Which was the best era for music?

  1. #81
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    Default Re: Which was the best era for music?

    Punk

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  2. #82
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    Default Re: Which was the best era for music?

    I guess i would/and would have to sayt the 1980s as I grew up then ... though the 70s was astromicaly great, like the 1960s was even better

    Though as I grew up in the 1980s it gets my vote (and in a strange way) I dunno why but it almost feels like a repeat of the 1960s with many one hit wonders like then too which sure helped enhance the era/decade I thought!

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    I voted 1970s - it was such a mixture of music. At the start of the decade, the charts still sounded 1960s-ish, but by the end when we had Gary Numan and people like him, it almost felt as if the 1980s had already started.

  4. #84
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    Default Re: Which was the best era for music?

    I voted '80s, though I think more specifically, '78-'86.

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    Default Re: Which was the best era for music?

    Has to be the 'era' of Schubert , Brahms, Tchaikovsky and Dvorak , surely !?!?


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    Default Re: Which was the best era for music?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    Has to be the 'era' of Schubert , Brahms, Tchaikovsky and Dvorak , surely !?!?
    Not bad, but Baroque was better.

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