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    Default Who ireally invented grunge ,americans or aussies here my cues on this

    Grunge was born in australia, whit 1983 released of The Scientists and Lubricated Goat, but no ones remenber these band debut muddy sludgy rock= grunge, way before soundgarden, nirvana and ect...

    Beside grunge is a false labeling, it's basically a mix of crusty rock and punk..
    But what about american band Flipper were they grungy yes a bit and no, there more of a noise-rock band bordering on punk mostly.
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    According to wikipedia, you're right. It's a shame that the wiki article contains a reference to a Guardian article which is misquoted:

    Chris Dubrow from The Guardian states that in the late 1980s, Australia's "sticky-floored...alternative pub scene" in seedy inner-city areas produced grunge bands with "raw and awkward energy" such as The Scientists, X, Beasts of Bourbon, feedtime, Cosmic Psychos and Lubricated Goat.[176] Dubrow said "Cobain...admitted the Australian wave was a big influence" on his music.[176]
    What Dubrow wrote was
    even Cobain himself was said to have admitted the Australian wave was a big influence
    (my bold).

    Even so, it's clear that, as with all genres, there were precursors.
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    I thought it was Canadian.

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    I got for the coloured balls
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    Must be from Grungedal, Norway! It's a valley in Telemark

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    Rust Never Sleeps, side two, released July 2, 1979. "Old black," a Fender Deluxe, a whizzer, and a foot pedal.
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    Maybe a mermaid brought it in a coffee cup from Australia to Seattle.

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    Unlikely as it seems, have a listen to Pink Floyd's Nile Song from the More soundtrack album (1969).
    '...a violator of his word, a libertine over head and ears in debt and disgrace, a despiser of domestic ties, the companion of gamblers and demireps, a man who has just closed half a century without a single claim on the gratitude of his country or the respect of posterity...' - Leigh Hunt on the Prince Regent (later George IV).

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    It's obvious the North Koreans invented grunge.

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    What, gangnam style Grunge?


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    Coloured Balls so cool thanks guys, grungy has hell at time and other time sabbathian as in black sabbath and ccr for the the genuine blue print of rrock of 70'' i love Crusty rock in the red loud amps to 11 hard psychedelic rock , any subjection if i dig Coloured Balls, guitar ladend feedback abuse , noise meter , we can't go wrong whit this.

    I love obscur 70'' rock or hardrock that almost metal or grungy, any great subjection folks what would i dig if i dig the affored mention band ?

    By the way im a fan of Blue Oyster Cult something similar but more muddier more dirty in sound?
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    Blue Öyster Cult? Well, not quite, but still great fun!


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