hmm.... i'd say 90's.

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1930's and 1940's
1960s. The amount of classic music made during that decade is more disproportionate than any other decade I can think of.
So you listen to church music? How exciting

Most bands i listen to are from the 90s. But the most important time in music was probably the 12th century when music really began to evolve

Dave said:
100 BC

I am really stuck between the 90s and 100 B.C.



I think I'll go with 100 B.C. :)

the most important time in music over the last 100 years, i would say would have to be the 50's and 60's.  but of all time?  i wouldn't know.

With names like:

Miles Davis, B.B. King, Grant Green, Little Walter, Jimmy Reed, John Coletrane, Louis Armstrong, Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, Art have some steep competition.  And that is mostly just names from the 50's....then in the 60's you have the British Invasion and Blues Boom as well as all the hippy crap going on in the States...and then things like Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles.


the 90s???....i mean really, compare any random name I listed to the 90's best acts...(Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Radiohead, Rage, Green Day, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains)


maybe i'm listing off the wrong crap from the 90s, still...the 90s sucked for music, even the 70's were better.


WOOT. all the way. ahaha.

Dave said:
100 BC
Yeah, 90's for me too.
Weezer may be worse this past decade, but I'm still going to have to go with the 2000's. The internet has made finding bands you like exponentially easier than in past decades. Couple that with technology making it easier for artists to record their music and you have a lot to sift through. A bunch of it may be s***, and mostly s*** may be played on the radio, but if you mine through it enough, you'll find more diamonds in the 2000's than any other decade. . . mostly due to the large quantity of content.

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