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  • n. Emo (the original style of hardcore punk rock).

Etymologies

Blend of emotional and hardcore. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The emo label proved difficult to shake throughout the 2000s, even when subsequent albums Futures and Chase This Light did little to evoke the hard-edged sensitivity of Clarity, but Jimmy Eat World nevertheless remained a league above the generation of emocore torch-bearers they'd helped influence.

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  • Once a trailblazing name in the mid-'90s emocore scene, Jimmy Eat World steadily rose to national prominence by embracing a blend of alternative rock and power pop that targeted the heart as well as the head.

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  • Once a trailblazing name in the mid-'90s emocore scene,

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  • Emo Emo music genre is a style of rock music characterised by melodic musicianship and expressive, confessional lyrics, originated in the mid 80's. hardcore punk movement of Washington D. C where it is known as "emotional hardcore" or "emocore" and pioneered by bands such as Rites of spring and embrace.

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  • It is a bold record that combines acid jazz and turbofolk sounds, along with christian and emocore elements.

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  • Take a hearty stock of of rhythm (as in TWO rhythm sections), add a liberal dose of dreampop-postrock guitar (a la Mogwai or Three Mile Pilot), drizzle in a tincture of emocore (of the ethereal harmony variety) and voila! you've got the formula for what ails ya.

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  • I like punk rock, screamo, emocore, metal and music of those genre's and i live in gilbert arizona. are there any radio stations that would have that kind of music?

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  • Part of the second-generation of East Coast emocore bands like Taking Back Sunday, Glassjaw and Boy Sets Fire, Thursday's chewy melodies and frontman Geoff Rickly's sonorous croon always gave them musical traction many of their more hardcore peers lacked.

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  • '09, 22: 54 | Reply | X if you can find it on a blog or whatever the Indian Summer discography is fantastic it's like Fugazi crossed with Rites of Spring in a howling emocore way or something like that.

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  • But that's certainly not the case here, and further down, even the sturdiest of SCTS stalwarts might take offence with the ludicrous emocore double-pedal action midway through 'December'.

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