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Posted Tuesday January 8, 2002 - 17 years ago (#1171)
Okay, so I've finally made a list of all the possible styles I know about. This list is as close to complete as possible, but I'm sure I missed a few, and there are probably some that might be considered "duplicates."

Any suggestions, additions, subtractions ... let me know ...
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Posted Tuesday January 8, 2002 - 17 years ago (#1172)
***Alternative and Punk***
Alternative Rock, Darkwave, Grunge, Garage, Goth, Indie, Leftfield, Punk, Emo, New Wave, Progressive Alternative, Progressive Punk

***Analog and Organic***
Industrial, Analog Experimental, Organic Experimental, Analog Noise, Organic Noise, A Capella, Vocal Harmony, Vocal Melody, Experimental Vocal

***Big-Band, Swing and Jazz***
Acid Jazz, Jazz Fusion, Jazz, Swing, Big-Band, Ska, Reggae, Dub Reggae

***Classical and Baroque***
Classical, Baroque, Chamber, Contemporary Classical, Electronic Classical, Film Music, Medieval, Minimal Classical, Opera, Percussion, Piano, Renaissance, Romantic, Solo, Strings, Symphonic, Choral, Ensembles

***Country and Folk***
Bluegrass, Hillbilly, Country, Western, Classic Country, Folk, Americana, New Country

***Digital and Electronic***
Digital Experimental, Digital Noise, Power Noise, Ambient, Abstract, Breakbeats, Club, Dub, Downtempo, Illibent, Drum and Bass, Jungle, Electronica, Minimal, Game, House, Industrial Electronic, Acid, Detroit, Gabber, Happy Hardcore, Glitch Beats, Intelligent Techno, Rave, Trance, Goa, Tribal Trance, Psytrance, Transience, Electronic Fusion, Soundscape, Dronescape, Noisescape, Ibiza , UK Garage, Environmental Soundscape, Speedbass, Symphonic Electronica, Progressive Electronica

***Hip Hop and Rap, ***
Rap Fusion, Bass, Beats, Freestyle, Hip Hop, Rap, Gangster, East Coast, West Coast, Old School, Gibberish, Turntablism, Dirty South, Diva, Trip Hop

***Kids***
Kids General

***Latin***
Mambo, Mariachi, Bossa Nova, Merengue, Ranchero , Salsa, Tejano, Tropical

***Non-Musical***
Spoken Word, Poetry, Comedy, Reality

***Pop and Easy Listening***
Europop, Contemporary, Synthpop, Lounge , Love Songs, Mood Music, Musicals, New Age, Crooners

***Porn***
Porn General

***Rhythm and Blues***
Acoustic Blues, Electric Blues, Funk, Gospel, R&B, Soul, Rockabilly

***Rock and Metal***
Classic Rock, Oldies, Acoustic Rock, Glam Rock, Southern Rock, Progressive Rock, Psychedelic, Surf Rock, Alternative Metal, Death Metal, Heavy Metal, Thrash, Soft Rock, Hard Rock, Black Gospel

***Unclassified***
Satire, Experimental, Noise, Irrational

***World***
Tribal, World Fusion, African, Oriental, East Indian, Kubuki, Carribean, Celtic, Flamenco, Polka, Middle-Eastern, Caterwaul, Zydeco, Hawaiian, Oceanic, Native American, Polyrhythmic
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Posted Tuesday January 8, 2002 - 17 years ago (#1176)
How about doing some breakdown in the Electronic Genre. After all about 95% of the artist signed up here are differant forms of electronic. Generalizations would do. What do ya think?
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Posted Wednesday January 9, 2002 - 17 years ago (#1178)
why have less when you can have more? generalization in musical styles tends to annoy me. diversification is the key to life. just ask mother evolution.

seriously, i'm confused by what you meant. do you want more styles or fewer?
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Posted Wednesday January 9, 2002 - 17 years ago (#1179)
oh BTW the styles are not for (most) artists and (most) albums. styles cover individual songs and some rare artists/albums where the style (not the genre) defines the collection.

genres are more for general collections. "electronica" and "rock and metal" for instance.

anyway, hope my confusion isn't confusion you, but i just wanted to clear up and confusion i may have introduced that might have led to more confusion.
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Posted Thursday January 10, 2002 - 17 years ago (#1191)
i think it should be that way anyhow - the genres for actual songs that is.. totally...
-stop the boat.
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Posted Thursday January 10, 2002 - 17 years ago (#1202)
what about..

post industrial
apocolyptic folk
post-apocalyptic folk

?????

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Posted Friday January 11, 2002 - 17 years ago (#1203)
hmmm ... post industrial is good ...

as for the folk stuff ... i think you're fucking with me ... &lt;<<grin&gt;>> ...
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Posted Friday January 11, 2002 - 17 years ago (#1205)
i found/though of a few a few more:

Breaks, Deep House, Disco, Disco House, Electro, Agro, Euro-Dance, Freestyle, Gabber, Goa, Ghetto, Tech-House, Tech-Step, Two-Step
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Posted Friday January 11, 2002 - 17 years ago (#1209)
But of course senor.
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