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grunge

a style of rock music originating in the US in the late 1980s, featuring a distorted guitar sound
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grunge

/gruhnj/ 1. That which is grungy, or that which makes it so.

2. [Cambridge] Code which is inaccessible due to changes in other parts of the program. The preferred term in North America is dead code.
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Reunited with Crazy Horse, he cranks up the amp and takes a stroll through the Americana songbook, dragging the likes of Oh Susannah, Clementine and Jesus Chariot screaming into grunge rock and roll territory.
Set up in Seattle 25 years ago, it was a independent label that made a name when it signed up the vanguards of the Seattle grunge rock movement-Nirvana, of course, but also Mudhoney and Soundgarden.
Michael Cera stars in this mash-up of comic books, computer games, grunge rock and slacker drama.
To get the Grunge Rock effect, use Kohl in 'Dragonfly' and 'Pewter' and Crayon in 'Plum' for the eyes, coupled with 'Hazard' for the lips.
Grunge rock classic from the Canadian, brilliant guitar riffs and Mr Young still has a great voice,always playing on the CD player
Channel the grunge rock look so favoured by the Olsen sisters.
Seattle: home of Microsoft, Starbucks, grunge rock, the Mariners, and in 2010, the Society for Information Display (SID) Conference.
The 23-year-old Londoner has been influenced by the grunge rock of Nirvana and co-wrote some of the songs on her debut album with Chas Jankel of The Blockheads.
Despite manufacturer Activision's insistence the company got permission from the grunge rock star's estate, Love has claimed on her Twitter site she plans to sue.
Situated on the northwest side of one of America's most northwest states, Seattle has long been known for being the birthplace of grunge rock and Starbucks Coffee.
Diddley thrived in the doo-wop era, survived disco in the seventies, flourished as the hair bands took to the stage in the 80s, and watched patiently as grunge rock took root in the 90s.
Maybe this comes from growing up in the 90s when - amid the media frenzy over grunge rock and the slavering, column-inch-eating monster that was Britpop - artists of certain musical persuasions quietly got on with the business of creating good dance music, with nary a guitar in sight.