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What Was The Best Decade For Music?

  

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wey thats good had a error message and its posted the topic three times! :blink::lol::lol::lol:

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At last... the need to delete Monsta's posts for a reason other than causing offence...

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I cannot stand modern day music :unsure:

It all sounds that same, like garden furniture being smacked together and if you like that then i have a few plastic chairs if you want them :PIHNM_cover.jpg

Just ignore the cannons and text under the cannons.

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I cannot stand modern day music :unsure:

That is an amazing generalisation!

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The answer will always be: when you were in your teens.

But I think there's a very good case for the 1960's, when "the mould was broken" due to the immediate post-war generation. Unless you lived through it you can't really understand the forces at work then.

It started in the late 1950's but got into full-swing in the early 1960's.

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