Emo Punk

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Music and Movies

 

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Myra V

 

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November 21, 2015

 

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A common misconception of emo punk by many people is that it is "an upbeat and lively music" (Bunag). People confuse it with pop punk which is actually more melodic and consist of lyrics that usually contain personal life experiences of the artist. According to Wikipedia "[?] pop punk [is] often times wrongly referred to as emo which draws its style from softer punk and alternative rock styles from the 1980s"...
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Pop-punk actually comes very close to the authentic emo sound of being "more melodic and introspective/depressing than hardcore [punk]" (Lloyd), but less melodic than pop punk for it is, more often than not, devoid of simple chord progressions. Examples of pop-punk bands are Simple Plan, Bowling for Soup, Smash Mouth, and Good Charlotte to some extent...
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