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Battle Of The Genres - Final

BATTLE OF THE GENRES - FINAL /// Well, we're finally here. The final round. Thrice, representing Post-Hardcore, and Pink Floyd, the User's Choice, representing Progressive, will face-off in this three-day round, which will end Sunday at Midnight. Good luck. /// RULES - If you don't know the rules by now, then what are you even doing here?

REPRESENTING POST-HARDCORE /// Highest-rated album: Vheissu (4.1 avg. rating) /// "Thrice is an American rock band from Irvine, California, formed in 1998. The group was founded by guitarist/vocalist Dustin Kensrue and guitarist Teppei Teranishi while they were in high school."
3Pink Floyd

USER'S CHOICE /// REPRESENTING PROGRESSIVE /// Highest-rated album: Wish You Were Here (4.6 avg. rating) /// "Pink Floyd can safely be tagged as one of the most sucessful bands of all time, and even now, some forty years after their debut, they are still loved the world over. They were one of the most important and influentual British progressive rock acts of the seventies (along with Genesis and Yes), and were instrumental in defining the "Space Rock" subgenre of the progressive movement. Worldwide album sales are estimated between 175 and 200 million."
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