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  1. Let's look at the facts: Record sales were at an all-time high so that means people were interested. The 90s and early 2000s was the only era where practically every major musical genre was thriving. We saw the rise of genres like pop, electronica, neo-soul, techno, house, trance, country-pop, teen-oriented music, sampling in hip-hop, chipmunk soul, latin pop, pop-punk, post-grunge, britpop and SO much more. EDM was literally birthed in the 90s. We saw once-in-a-lifetime artists like Eminem, Britney Spears, Mariah Carey, Madonna, Missy Elliott, Janet Jackson, Alanis Morissette, blink-182, Green Day, 2Pac, Notorious B.I.G., Lil' Kim, TLC, Avril Lavigne, No Doubt, Coldplay, Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead, JAY-Z, Bjork, Beyonce, NSYNC, BSB, Spice Girls, Fiona Apple, Erykah Badu and so many more lay the platform for the modern age of music and release acclaimed works of art in their respective genres that continue to be celebrated today. We had the rise of mega-producers like Max Martin, The Neptunes, Timbaland, Kanye West, Just Blaze, Babyface and Rodney Jerkins who all played a major role and influence in music that continues to stand the test of time. In addition to a diverse music scene, there was also a huge demand in music film and video. I'd argue and say the majority of the greatest music videos of the last 40 years were birthed around the Y2K era. Abstract visuals, intricacy, and big-budget projects that you rarely see anymore like nowadays where artists are filming their videos on iPhones. Festivals like Lillith Fair and Coachella also came to light around that era; Coachella being arguably the biggest music festival of the last decade. So, what do you guys think? Were the mid-to-late 90s and early 2000s the greatest era in music? If not, what was? Discuss.
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