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    Which has been the best decade for music?

    50's / Elvis, Chuck Berry and Rock & Roll

    60's / The Beatles and The British Invasion, Psychedelia and the beginnings of Heavy Metal

    70's / Arena Rock, FM Radio, Drugs and Rock & Roll. And disco.

    80's / New Wave, Hair Metal and MTV

    90's / Grunge, Alternative, RockCountryPop blurring and Boy Groups

    00's / Every possible Genre and SubGenre and SubSubGenre imaginable

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    Re: Which has been the best decade for music?

    The 70's.

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    Re: Which has been the best decade for music?

    I'm going with the 80's for totally sentimental reasons. I used to sneak into all the shows put on by the touring hair bands at a local dive, I was under aged but as long as I never drank anything and stayed where the owner could see me and my friends? She didn't care (heck we paid the cover! LOL). Springsteen, The Police, Black Sabbath, U2, Aerosmith, Twisted Sister, Metallica....

    However, I'm also a huge fan of the 60's sound. The Doors, The Stones, CCR, The Dead, Moody Blues, The Who and who (haha) can forget Elvis, Dylan......ok so maybe it's not that easy for me to decide between the two.
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    Re: Which has been the best decade for music?

    I'm kind of going with the last half of the 60's and the first half of the 70's. The best 10 years of music ever.
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    Re: Which has been the best decade for music?

    I couldn't have said it better.

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    Re: Which has been the best decade for music?

    I'd say the 70's.

    That's a hard one. I like music from all those decades and the 1940's too.
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    Re: Which has been the best decade for music?

    Quote Originally Posted by Blues Songstres;3319017;
    I'm kind of going with the last half of the 60's and the first half of the 70's. The best 10 years of music ever.
    Works for me.
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    Re: Which has been the best decade for music?

    me too...definitely latter half of the 60s and early 70s.

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    Re: Which has been the best decade for music?

    80s for sure
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    Re: Which has been the best decade for music?

    Quote Originally Posted by Blues Songstres;3319017;
    I'm kind of going with the last half of the 60's and the first half of the 70's. The best 10 years of music ever.
    I started listening to the radio regularly in the early 1960's. I completely agree with your opinion. The most exciting and incredible decade in music began in the mid sixties. It was a revolution in music and a fun time to be a teenager. I do love music from the other decades, but the later half of the sixties (and early 1970's) was part of a movement.

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