Best British Band/Artist To Emerge in the 2000's? Watch

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People, Muse were around in the 90s!
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People, Muse were around in the 90s!
Haha, exactly.

OP, I reckon your dad is right!
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Didn't really start in the naughties era but best british bands are easily PORTISHEAD AND MASSIVE ATTACK!!!!


I think those bands alone prove the OP's dad wrong.
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People, Muse were around in the 90s!
This is true but they only really got going in the 21st century.
So I'd say Muse
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Definitely Arctic Monkeys, not only did they win numerous awards but their lyrics are always deep and meaningful.
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(Original post by Hartemop)
Definitely Arctic Monkeys, not only did they win numerous awards but their lyrics are always deep and meaningful.
Britney Spears wins loads of awards.....
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And anyway, he said our era... the 90s were our era too.
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(Original post by Mattisabiologist)
People, Muse were around in the 90s!
Yea, but they didn't really get well known until the '00s. I mean, their first album wasn't released until the end of 1999.
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Britney Spears wins loads of awards.....
Really?
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muse were very late 90s too - but that aside then muse.
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Really?
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2008
Awards in the year: 36
Yeah.
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Unless some massive band shoots to fame this year, which is unlikely, your dad is probably right. Coldplay is as close as we come.
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And anyway, he said our era... the 90s were our era too.
Ahh but the thread title says 2000's :p:
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Ahh but the thread title says 2000's :p:
Yes, but comparing our time now with those of 60s and onwards... I think the late 90s can count. Especially as Matt Bellamy is known as some sort of guitar legend.
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Definitely Arctic Monkeys, not only did they win numerous awards but their lyrics are always deep and meaningful.
This :yep:
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Not much of real note in 00s British music. Some damn strong stuff on the other side of the pond, though.
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Franz Ferdinand
..and Kasabian but that would be cheating cause they were 1999
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Oh..i forgot Arctic Monkeys
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