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Old 01-03-2012, 03:36 PM
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I really thought he'd have Black/ Death on this season. Hopefully there's a 2nd season which includes Grindcore, Punk, Hardcore, and Crossover. I ain't watching Glam or prog.
Why would they include punk in a metal documentary?
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Old 01-03-2012, 05:03 PM
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Why would they include punk in a metal documentary?
The same reason they're including Grunge.
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Old 01-03-2012, 05:06 PM
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Why would they include punk in a metal documentary?
Especially since quite a few metal people wrote it off as shite in the doc.

That said, I'd rather see an episode on Punk's influence on metal than on fucking rap metal.
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The same reason they're including Grunge.
Because the people who came up with this are morons?
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Old 01-03-2012, 07:24 PM
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Why would they include punk in a metal documentary?
Because I assume he's gonna do the charts he had listed. Punk and Hardcore were one of them.

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I've been watching it and I dig it. I'd rather watch a metal doc any day over what passes for TV these days.
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I mean, punk deserves to be mentioned because of the influence it had on certain metal sub-genres, but there's no reason to stick in an episode about The Clash and the Dead Kennedys in the middle of a history of metal.

Same goes for grunge. A couple bands (Alice In Chains, Soundgarden) had metal roots/influences, but most didn't, other than the fact that they pumped the last bullet in the corpse of hair metal.
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Without punk there would be no crossover. Crossover would be a good way to spend an episode, even if the conclusion of it leads to "and today you have bands like Hatebreed flying the flag."
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Same goes for grunge. A couple bands (Alice In Chains, Soundgarden) had metal roots/influences, but most didn't, other than the fact that they pumped the last bullet in the corpse of hair metal.
Alice in Chains and Soundgarden are metal and 2 of Kurt Cobain's biggest influences were Black Sabbath and The Melvins. I think Grunge is kind of deserving of a place in this doc but not more then Death and Black.
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