What decade had the best music?

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    50s
    60s
    70s
    80s
    90s
    2000s
     
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    90s r&b. Blackstreet, Brian mcknight, r Kelly, Tupac, biggy, p diddy.
     
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    I like '86-'89 with a tiny bit of '90, '91 and '92 right before those misery inducing little grunge jerkoffs came along and ruined my good mood.

    When Kurt Cobain blew his noggin off, I celebrated. Sorry, but I did. I hated that dweeb.

    But I like 70s country music.

    Modern country sucks. How they even get away with calling it country is beyond me.
     
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    Sixties.
     
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    yea, today's country music is kind of like pop music with a little twang
     
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    60s....by a long way.

    Greg
     
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    I agree, the 60's had some of the greatest pop hits
     
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    1966-1972

    Golden era for music
     
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    Now if you're talking exclusively about pop music, I think most people would probably say the 70s due to bands like Zeppelin and Pink Floyd..but for a pop-hating metal fan like myself the 80s and 90s were incredibly influential decades...

    ...although most of the stuff I listen to nowadays was released in the 00s.

    So yeah, no easy answers there for me.
     
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    How many here ever got to see Roy Orbison in concert? I did.
     

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