Emo sex dates
at the Disco, rejecting the emo label for the social stigma and controversy surrounding the emo label. According to All Music, "Some emo leans toward the progressive side, full of complex guitar work, unorthodox song structures, arty noise, and extreme dynamic shifts; some emo is much closer to punk-pop, though it's a bit more intricate".According to All Music, early emo bands were hardcore punk bands who "favored expressive vocals over the typical barking rants" of regular hardcore punk; most 1990s emo bands "borrowed from some combination of Fugazi, Sunny Day Real Estate, and Weezer".Certainly, the Washington scene was the only time "emocore" had any consensus definition as a genre.Despite the number of bands and the variety of locales, emocore's late-1980s aesthetics remained more-or-less the same: "over-the-top lyrics about feelings wedded to dramatic but decidedly punk music." Sunny Day Real Estate was emo's head and Jawbreaker its busted gut—the two overlapped in the heart, then broke up before they made it big.
And in some ways, it was never as good and surely never as pure again. C., where it was known as emotional hardcore or emocore and pioneered by bands such as Rites of Spring and Embrace.In the early 1990s, emo was adopted and reinvented by indie rock and pop punk bands such as Jawbreaker, Sunny Day Real Estate, Weezer and Jimmy Eat World.Emo has been associated with a stereotype of emotion, sensitivity, misanthropy, shyness, introversion and angst, and with depression, and suicide.
Emo also has inspired a backlash movement in response to its rapid growth, with some bands described as emo, such as My Chemical Romance and Panic!
By the emo bands such as Braid, the Promise Ring and the Get Up Kids emerged from the burgeoning Midwest emo scene, and several independent record labels began to specialize in the genre.