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    everything is in the ear and mind of the beholder - I neither condone nor condemn them on the grounds of poor quality but rather on their lyrical interest but that is a different matter entirely
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pumpthrust View Post
    You do realize most of what you named are the main reason rap/rock hybrids pretty much suck?
    MILLIONS upon MILLIONS of consumers say otherwise. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deRaNged 4 Phuk'dup View Post
    3Oh3??? Anyone else other than me like those guys? Linkin Park, Limp Bizkit, Rehab, Cypress Hill, Sublime, Outkast/Goodie Mob, even Lil Jon have a mixture of elements from both hip hop and rock throughout their work.
    Not a huge fan of 3oh3, but I can credit bands like Linkin Park and Limp Bizkit for getting me into rap in the first place (though I don't listen to too much of them now).

    I still shamelessly bump this song all the time though:


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    Sleaford Mods, from Nottingham, England. Kinda described as Punk-Hop... sounds like it too.

    Don`t know if they can be qualified as "rock" though, but they sure have a hard hitting attitude most rock acts lack these days.

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    I don't agree with a lot of the people in this thread. I think that there is a lot of good hip hop with rock influences. The first example is the song "Smile" by Eyedea (may he rest in peace).

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