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This also applies to most other genres as well.
Just because there is a guitar in a song does not make it rock, metal, or whateverthefuckelse. Also, just because there is a guitar in a soft rock song does not make it metal and vice versa.
Lets take a look at Little Jon's CD. He uses alot of hard rock riffs (Some good riffs), however, there are a lot of people down in the town I am at who say that those songs are rock. Wrong. It isn't rock, it's rap with a distorted guitar.
Get it right.
I know that. Xzibit mixed one of his sonds with Ironman and as far as I'm concerned, it's rap.
At 3/20/05 01:47 PM, FrostyBear wrote: What's ur point?
That people define genres by what instruments are used instead of the overall jest of the music/sound.
At 3/20/05 01:47 PM, Pink_Floyd wrote: Who cares? Where did this come from?
exactly what I was thinking
You could really go for a chocolate chip cookie right about now...
At 3/20/05 01:46 PM, Crimson_Edge wrote: stuff
Also just because a band is "Heavy", it dosn't make it metal.
Well the original rock songs had:
At least that is what I heard once. But I don't think this makes every song that has this rock.
I personally think alot of jazz guitarists are better then rock guitarists, they play alot of guitar and aren't considered rock john scofield rocks