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When the influence of Nirvana and Pearl Jam became apparent, so, too, did the entire spectrum of alternative rock. From hardcore to grunge to nu-metal to emo to screamo to death metal to hardcorecore to emoscar, the shadows in which people became obsessed with the idea of alternative music began to shift. Some embraced the new sounds as teen angst exploded from the gates of Wallows Creek’s well-kept desktop scene. Others reacted in fear. Fear of the new and the strange. Fear that was often accompanied by feelings of alienation and an intensity of emotion.


It is the responsibility of the blogger at Myspace Music to try and describe the breadth of both the narrow and the broad aspects of this shift in musical taste, but for the spirit of the time and place, it is best to just get a feel for it. The main sonic confluence that introduced everyone to this new sensibility is the rock operas of Green Day's Dookie, Nirvana's Nevermind and The Smashing Pumpkins' Gish over a decade of interest from 1995 to 2003.


The survivors of the Clinton era enjoyed good times, great times, glorious times and more awful times than perhaps anyone but the Baby Boomers ever managed. This is a time where punk rock dominated. And while they never left, the kids who came along didn't need to be told what to do. They just had to demonstrate that they had their own way. But the next generation of youth found their backwoods ways undercut by a universally violent lifestyle of crime, life on the streets and pregnancy. The sluts of the scene were a certain kind of white girl. Middle America took notice and adopted punk rock culture as it sought to define its fears of the '90s, an era that was defined by getting laid less and less and getting fucked up more and more.


In the end, all this made for a more interesting musical community and for a time it was easier to be a listener than it had been to be a punk. But as the next generation moved on to college and jobs, so did the scene. And the music is simpler. It took on a more welcoming, less confrontational tone. The idea of punk rock in the '90s was no longer punk rock, and that was sad. d2c66b5586






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