- Nov 16, 2008
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- Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Love American Football! Nineties emo was a whole different thing from the stuff that got big on the radio in the early 00s.
When most people say emo now, they mean this:
You're right. I didn't mind pop punk when Green Day was doing it, by the time it got to Simple Plan, THAT'S what I think of when I think of 'emo' vocals. I relate anything emo related to youth, in both it's sound and fanbase. But yeah, watching both those posted videos, either one of those bands could have released either one of those songs and it seems they'd fit on an album ok together.
Just the way I hear it.
Really, this stuff just dates me. I don't even listen to extreme metal or anything, LoG and SYL are about as intense as I get, so it's not like I'm comparing this on Revered Drucifer's Badassness Scale Of ....in' Metal, just callin' it as I see it, those clean vox are whiney and emo-y as .....