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In the early 2000s, a garage rock revival gained mainstream appeal and commercial airplay, something that had eluded garage rock bands of the past. This was led by four bands, The Hives (from Fagersta, Sweden), The Vines (from Sydney, Australia), The Strokes (from New York, USA), and The White Stripes (from Detroit, USA), christened by the media as the "The" bands, or "The saviours of rock 'n' roll".

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  • Avatar for NJeroen
    The Strokes ;D
  • Avatar for joabepereira97
    The Strokes ;D
  • Avatar for thekills1985
    This is EXACTLY the type of music I love! Good to know it has a name - the garage rock revival :D
  • Avatar for crimsonsamura1
    There will always be love for Garage Rock, no Revival needed except for those unaware in the mainstream.
  • Avatar for GuitarSlinger11
    the absolute best music scene
  • Avatar for metawirt
    There seems to be a garage revival each decade! I thought "the" garage rock revival has been in the 90s, including bands like The Oblivians, The Mummies, The Gories, Thee Mighty Caesars and Thee Headcoats etc. Wikipedia is also reminds of an 80s garage revival (i.e The Fuzztones)
  • Avatar for koripirok
    i like garage rock revival hell yeaah !
  • Avatar for hesua
    The Libertines
  • Avatar for venenumest
    @gabrielcavaresi: that statement is self-explanatory of your ignorance about when did garage rock appear 8-)
  • Avatar for pablostevenson
    puuuuuuuuuuuke

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