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returntothepit >> discuss >> July 19th 2003 - opeth and Porcupine tree by the_reverend on Jul 20,2003 12:42am
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: post by nebulagirl at 2003-07-23 15:02:59
Nirvana was one of the first bands in the 90's to use the "wrong" chords, though their music was admittedly pretty simple, and so you are correct when you say that, because obviously Porcupine Tree are nowhere near simple, but amazingly complex, but they also make use of that powerful hit you across the face guitar/bass/drum sound, and most importantly, they don't always use the "correct" chords, creating dissonance just in the right places. I hate bands that sound "nice" all the time, which means to me that they don't make use of dissonance. Most of the rock bands out there are like this, although metal has had more of a dissonance tradition. But your point is taken. Anyway, Nirvana are gone anyway. Maybe Soundgarden would have been a better comparison...
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