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Who's your most HATED band?
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EDSLocklear said
I believe there will be another band LIKE the Beatles in that they will help define another generation of music, but I know for a fact that they will be nowhere as good or influential, not even as memorable as our favorite four.

 

Agreed. The Beatles were the most unique music group ever. No one can equal them or top them. A band/artist that will define another generation of music: yes, it's a major possibility, if not something that will definitely happen. But they won't be the Beatles.

You are quite wise, EDSLocklear.

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Thank you. I've been called many things in my life, but never that lol

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Zig said
I can't say that I hate any band – I either listen to them or I don't. 

As far as genre's go, I'm not a big fan of Country - which is kind of odd for a Beatles fan when you consider how much of their early music was influenced by Country/Skiffle.

Another Genre I could do without is Rap. I've heard it referred to as "street poetry". I suppose you could consider it to be, but I'm OK without it.

Maybe we could combine Country and Rap and call it CRap. 

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Hate might be strong, but U2 ranks pretty high on my least favorite list.

That said, there are two songs I like, but for the most part, I switch stations when they come on.

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I am not the biggest fan of Black eye peas. I like some of the beats but their lyrics are so not smart

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The Eagles

Not a band, but: Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Ke$ha, Lil Wyane, Taylor Swift

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I remember George saying 'Blimey, he's always talking about “Yesterday”, you'd think he was Beethoven or somebody' - Paul McCartney

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 When did the defining the members by one word start. Like the Cute one, The Radioactive one . . . etc. was that the Beatles that started that?

 

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bikelock28 said

In the now accepted sense and meaning of the word The Beatles are not a boyband

Maybe not, but they definately "invented" the idea and format of what we would now call a boyband. No Beatles=no boybands

 

 

This claim makes no sense. One Direction have a huge stable of songwriters and musicians providing their music for them; they don't write their own material or play their own instruments! I would suggest that the real model for all the modern boy bands, from NKOTB throught 1D, is the Jackson 5. And you can trace their model back to Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers, in the '50s. Maybe further!

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Annadog40 said

ahdn_paul_06 When did the defineing the members by one word start. Like the Cute one, The Radioactive one . . . etc. was that the Beatles that started that?

That's a good question! I hope somebody can answer that. I don't think the Beatles set out deliberately to have a cute one and a quiet one and etc. Seems to me that the fans projected that onto the band themselves. And then other bands took that idea and ran with it - especially a band like the Monkees, who had a TV program to fully display their identities as "the romantic", "the dumb one" and so on.

I remember George saying 'Blimey, he's always talking about “Yesterday”, you'd think he was Beethoven or somebody' - Paul McCartney

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