Definition funny of Grunge:

urbanGRUNGE MUSIC -Has a dirty guitar sound, strong riffs, and heavy drumming -Guitars usually tuned to a lower key -Commonly used guitar distortion and feedback -Draws heavily on Punk -Lyrics are typically angst-filled, angry, frustrated, sad, fearsome, and depressed -Some people dont like Nirvana because they were the most popular band and overshadowed bands like Alice In Chains and Soundgarden ETHICS -Take as little effort as possible on appearence and dress for comport and affordability -Reject the idea that one must always purchase the things that one wants or needs from others -Like obscure indie bands, but disown those bands when they sign to major lables -Never follow trends ATTITUDE -Strive for apathy and underachiement -Act like you dont care, even if you do -Usually have cynnical and negative outlooks upon life -Respect women and reject jocks BUILD UP AND BREAK DOWN 1987 - Mark Arm of Green River and Mudhoney first uses the word Grunge 1990 - Andrew Wood of Mother Love Bone ODs on heroin 1991 - Nirvana releases Nevermind, which breaks grunge into the mainstream 1992 - Bands like Soundgarden, Mudhoney, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, and the Stone Temple Pilots gain popularity 1993 - Grunge starts to decline among long time fans due to the commercializing and exploitation by corperations and bands jumping onto the bandwagon 1994 - Kurt Cobain kills himself, gerorating major shockwaves around the world, another stab at grunge 1995 - Post-grunge bands like Live and Bush rise in popularity (a watered down form of grunge without the dirty guitars and distortion) 1997 - Soundgarden breaks up, grunge has lost its strangle-hold in the masses to pop princesses and boy bands 2000 - All good music dies and rap, pop, and poser-punk bands roam the earth 2002 - Nirvana tops charts with an unreleased new song; You Know Your Right 2002 - Layne Stayle ODs 2006 - Pearl Jam reminds people that they're still alive with a new album

urbanNirvana was not the frst grunge band, but they were the first grunge band to have mainstream success

urbanIn the early and mid 1980s, grunge was a subgenre of punk that included bands such as Green River, The Melvins and Soundgarden. Though these bands did combine elements of heavy metal and punk, the term was mainly coined to describe the murky and dirty guitar sound. Eventually, grunge was used to describe a fashion style, which consisted of torn and faded jeans, flannel shirts, and ratty t-shirts, as well as bands such as Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Stone Temple Pilots, and Alice in Chains.

urbanGrunge is dead

urbanA form of Alternative Rock that had a low, dirty, "grungy" sound. Made popular by bands such as Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Mudhoney, Soundgarden etc. Grunge is not dead, the "popularity" has just died down. Grunge will make its return soon.

urbanCurrently known Grunge bands (most of these are underground bands): Alice in Chains Babes in Toyland Blood Circus Devilhead Dinosaur Jr. Fire Ants The Fluid Gardener Girl Trouble Green River Gruntruck Hammerbox Hater Hole L7 Love Battery Lunachicks Mad Season Malfunkshun The Melvins The Monkeywrench Mono Men Mother Love Bone Mudhoney My Sister's Machine Nirvana The Nymphs Paw Pearl Jam The Rockfords Screaming Trees Skin Yard Solomon Grundy Soundgarden Stone Temple Pilots Tad Temple of the Dog Treepeople Truly The U-Men VALIS Wellwater Conspiracy Willard

urbanI'll tell you what grunge isn't grunge is not a fashion statement. it was turned into one by preppy assed MTV suckers who thought Kurt Cobain was the shit, then took flannel shirts and ripped jeans to the runway. Grunge is not alive. although there are some pretty great bands out there that sound grunge, and Pearl Jam is still making records, grunge is essentially dead Grunge is not homo music. although grunge does not tend to slander or bash homosexuals, it is not homosexual music. it is usually called homosexual music by disgruntled hair metal fans, who are pissed off that grunge peed out the last embers of their dying scene. but you have to remember, these people idolize men who wear womens makeup and pantihose, who use more hairspray than a chick, and seem to have to show each other their cocks all the time? whats gayer, pantihose or ripped jeans... mmm i dunno! fans of shit-assed nu metal bands like slipknot and Marilyn Manson seem to rip on Grunge for homosexuality quite a bit.but tell me who's gayer, a quartet from seattle, sometimes featuring one or more girls, or nine fat middle aged men wearing condoms and bondage gear on their heads? mmm... another tough one. Grunge is not just Nirvana. contrary to what MTV tells you, grunge had a lot more bands than that. bands that were better than Nirvana, that only some people heard of. Pearl Jam, alice in chains, STP, Soundgarden. grunge had bands that were better than Nirvana that no one heard of. Mudhoney, Mother love bone, green river, Tad, Butthole Surfers, Dinosaur JR.! there were also many more tragic stories than Kurts Wife blowing his head off! like the Band that could have been bigger than Nirvana, mother love bone. poor andrew wood died of a heroin overdose when the band was still a baby. what about Shannon Hoon? what about Layne Staley? or the beautiful sucsess stories, like the bandmates of mother love bone that didn't give up, and went on to form a little band called pearl jam. ever heard of them? I'm sick of People telling me that grunge died when Kurt did! SUPERUNKNOWN and holes best album live thru this were all released after this. sure, kurt Cobain was the voice of a generation, but not the only voice. so now you know what grunge isn't. read the other definitions to find out the meaning of grunge, or better yet, put some Mudhoney, Soundgarden, the Melvins, PJ or even Nirvana on the media player, shut your hole and listen


Songs about Grunge:

songsGrunge 3 (Dieselboy + Kaos + Karl K Remix) by Bad Company Uk from the Album Grunge 3 / Mass Hysteria

songsTalking Seattle Grunge Rock Blues by Todd Snider from the Album Near Truths and Hotel Rooms Live

songsThe Brady Bunch (Grunge Version) by The Brady Bunch Movie from the Album The Brady Bunch Movie

songsGrunge Rock (Dubstep Remix) by Fred's Dubstep Music from the Album Grunge Rock (Dubstep Remix)

songsAgadir Oufella (Amazigh's Grunge) by Ribab Fusion from the Album Agadir Oufella (Amazigh's Grunge)

songsLord Grunge by The Frogs from the Album Starjob

songsGrunge 3 (Dieselboy + Kaos + Karl K Remix) by Bad Company Uk from the Album The Human Resource


Books about Grunge:

booksGrunge by Thurston Moore and Michael Lavine (Oct 1, 2009)

booksGrunge Is Dead: The Oral History of Seattle Rock Music by Greg Prato (Apr 1, 2009)

booksGrunge Guitar Bible (Guitar Recorded Version) by Hal Leonard Corp. (Dec 1, 2003)

booksGrunge Gods and Graveyards by Kimberly G. Giarratano (Jun 2, 2014)

booksGrunge: Guitar Play-Along Volume 88 by Hal Leonard Corp. (Nov 1, 2009)

booksEverybody Loves Our Town: An Oral History of Grunge by Mark Yarm (Mar 13, 2012)

booksThe Totally Sweet 90s: From Clear Cola to Furby, and Grunge to "Whatever", the Toys, Tastes, and Trends That Defined... by Gael Fashingbauer Cooper and Brian Bellmont (Jun 4, 2013)


Movies about Grunge:

moviesTeddy Ruxpin Guest of the Grunges Vol.2 1987 NR -

moviesThe Grunge Book: An Acrylic Art Journal by Anne Bagby -

moviesGrunge - Grunge Best Neta Live YRBN-90634 Unrated -

moviesHype - Die Geburtsstunde Des Grunge -

moviesHard Rock Anthology, Volume 4 : Grunge & Fusion -

moviesHard Rock Anthology - Vol. 4 : Fm: Alternative Grunge & Fusion / Disc 1: Raw , Disc 2: Rock USA , Disc 3: Alternative... - Directed by: John B. Housse


Wiki information Grunge:

Musical genre, Broadcast Genre, Radio format

Grunge is a subgenre of alternative rock that emerged during the mid-1980s in the American state of Washington, particularly in Seattle. The early Grunge movement revolved around Seattle's independent record label Sub Pop, but by the early 1990s its...

Musical genre

Post-grunge is a subgenre of alternative rock and hard rock that emerged in the mid-1990s as a derivative of grunge, using the sounds and aesthetic of grunge, but with a more commercially acceptable tone. This made post-grunge bands like Foo...


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