Marlboro;4720951 said:Oh no, what have they done to you MRNINJA You sound reformed.
BohemianMatt;4720960 said:How's that? Making uncountable numbers of new threads to ask trivial questions?
dragoninforcer;4720949 said:inb4 Witticus spirit ranting
daxx1970;4720998 said:OK, now that that's been settled. Rebate Which is better? An instant rebate where they take the money off the top or the rebate where you have to wait 6-8 weeks to realize they are never going to send you the money they promised...discuss
sillystou;4721466 said:aren't debates illegal 'round these parts?
Cipher_Peon;4721520 said:Wait, there's a difference between Glam Metal and Hair Metal?!?
Cipher_Peon;4721524 said:I thought they were completely different things! :O
Witticus;4721522 said:There is but it's as noticeable as the obscure genres of metal.
Gowienczyk;4721540 said:Not really; unless you use it as a separator for the ballad heavy likes of Poison, Vixen, etc. and the more metallic riffworks of WASP, Motley Crue, etc. - The way I see it, it's not enough validity for a difference.
Wikipedia said:Glam metal (also known as hair metal)
dragoninforcer;4721546 said:Well, its Wikipedia, so I'm not entirely sure on this.
That's what I'm saying. It's just another sub-genre in things that already sound incredibly similar.
Marlboro;4721571 said:To this has little to do with the sound and more to do with their look
FlyGuyLXI;4721567 said:Wikipedia is at least a more reliable source on music than RateYourMusic. They have idiots managing the "genre" tree there.As for the topic, I grew up using glam metal, so I use glam metal.
Gowienczyk;4720915 said:This is implying they aren't two names for the same damn thing.
GNFfhqwhgads;4721914 said:This. If MRNINJA wants to claim they're different, how about he names examples of each.
I prefer "glam" metal, and it seems Harmonix now puts glam metal into "glam" instead of "metal".