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Electronic Rock - The merging of electronic music and rock is frequent, including the more active side of the early German pioneers such as Tangerine Dream, Moondawn-period Schulze, Ose, and early Wolfgang Bock, as well as distinguished innovators such as Richard Pinhas, Peter Frohmader and Mark Shreeve. I agree with this list,except for country,now i am no country fan myself ,im a rock and metal fan,but there was not always screaming guitars and solos. trace back inspirational artist for some of the new bands,rock n roll,metal,and rock in general was not always here,some country should be appreciated,and you apparently do not listen to county at all or you would know that all country songs arn’t about “The underwhelming things in life” it seems that you have not studied up on your get out of your box and see the world,if country is so hated why are the airwaves filled with it? apparently people are liking it,not hating it. thanks.

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Publisher: University Press of Kentucky (October 26, 2000)

ISBN: 0813190096

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