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Rites of Spring's sound was considerably different from previous hardcore punk bands. The label promoted them aggressively, sending them on tours opening for Green Day and Weezer. After underground music went mainstream, emo retreated and reformed as a national subculture over the next few years. Reinvention As the Washington, D. Midwest emo The American punk and indie rock movements, which had been largely underground since the early s, became part of mainstream culture during the mids.

Jawbreaker broke up soon afterwards, with Schwarzenbach forming emo band Jets to Brazil. Nonetheless, Pinkerton is considered the most important s emo album. If it helps, imagine Ricky Nelson singing in the Sex Pistols.

And in some ways, it was never as good and surely never as pure again. The roots of emo were laid, however unintentionally, by fifty or so people in the nation's capital. Post-hardcore, an experimental offshoot of hardcore punk, was inspired by post-punk. New distribution networks emerged, touring routes were codified, and regional and independent acts accessed the national stage.

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If Minor Threat was hardcore, then Rites of Spring, with its altered focus, was emotional hardcore or emocore. Increased popularity Jimmy Eat World performing in Emo's popularity grew during the late s, laying the foundation for mainstream success.