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In some ways, one could find trace elements of [the album] in early emo albums of the 2000s." scene in Washington, D. as a reaction to the scene's violence and an extension of the politics espoused by Ian Mac Kaye of Minor Threat, who returned the music's focus from the community to the individual.
Similar bands followed in connection with the "Revolution Summer" of 1985, an attempt by members of the Washington scene to break from the rigid constraints of hardcore punk to a renewed spirit of creativity.
And in some ways, it was never as good and surely never as pure again.
Certainly, the Washington scene was the only time "emocore" had any consensus definition as a genre.
New distribution networks emerged, touring routes were codified, and regional and independent acts accessed the national stage.
In this new musical climate, the aesthetics of emo also expanded into the mainstream and altered its perception.
The American punk and indie rock movements, which had been largely underground since the early 1980s, became part of mainstream culture during the mid-1990s.at the Disco, rejecting the emo label for the social stigma and controversy surrounding the emo label.According to All Music, "Some emo leans toward the progressive side, full of complex guitar work, unorthodox song structures, arty noise, and extreme dynamic shifts; some emo is much closer to punk-pop, though it's a bit more intricate".Despite the number of bands and the variety of locales, emocore's late-1980s aesthetics remained more-or-less the same: "over-the-top lyrics about feelings wedded to dramatic but decidedly punk music." Sunny Day Real Estate was emo's head and Jawbreaker its busted gut—the two overlapped in the heart, then broke up before they made it big.Each had a lasting impact on the world of independent music.