That's all cool and I have no problem with them but there are seventies band
@In_Trance You do realize that AC/DC etc. didn't just play in the 70's?
Of course I do but there's countless bands that played in the '80s. That takes away from the original question. The rolling Stones are not an 80s band
@In_Trance Back in Black came out in 1980.AC/DC was huge and probably made more money in the 80's and 90's than ever.The asker had that band as well as bands like Nirvana that were huge in the 90's.I didn't think he was gonna be too picky.I just talked about 3 of the bands he used as an example.
I totally get it and I don't want to get technical but Nirvana started in the eighties. At the end of the day it's all good
@In_Trance I'm aware of that, but nobody in their right mind sees Nirvana as an 80's band.They're an icon of the 90's.A lot of musicians and bands start out way earlier than they actually hit it big in the mainsteam.We could fuss about this forever, but I'm not even sure why it matters.Why don't you attack the asker of the question.
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