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Le rock japonais est souvent appelé j-rock de la même manière que la pop, J-pop.


Le rock psychédélique, inventé dans les années 1960 par l’underground américain et anglais prend en arrivant au Japon un parfum particulier (les musiciens de J-rock, contrairement à leurs homologues occidentaux, sont rarement drogués, allant même jusqu’à être, pour certains d’entre eux, anti-drogues, tels Kosugi…

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  • Fix the "Top Tracks" so you can listen to the whole list
  • tag this music with j-rock. people don't need two tags for the same music.[3]
  • tag this music with j-rock. people don't need two tags for the same music.[2]
  • lol jrock 4 life
  • I've got a better idea. Take out both of these tags and problem solved.
  • tag this music with [tag]j-rock[/tag]. people don't need two tags for the same music.
  • jrock is where its at
  • lol @ saying a band deserves or doesn't deserve this tag. The tag itself is meaningless, and extremely vague. Now tagging bands with Jrock doesn't bother me too much because I know why people do it. What does bother me is that the foreign fanbase of visual music seems to truly believe that "Jrock" is simply another word for VK (which is another extremely vague term.) Somehow we (vk listeners) don't seem to recognize genres with our bands and just slap on two meaningless terms to disregard it. This is probably why our recommendations lists are a joke.
  • JRock bands do have a distinctive sound. Atleast a lot of them. You won't hear bands from other countries that sound like them. JRock is not a stupid tag.
  • I don't like the Jtags but seriously, it's not that big of a deal. We don't need to resort to insults.

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