Timeline of Experimental Music in America|
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1940s - Stan Kenton - Artisty In Rhythm|
1950s - Anton Karas - Third Man Theme
1960s - Beatles - Revolution 9
1970s - Pink Floyd - Money
1980s - Yaz - Situation
1990s - Suzanne Vega - Blood Makes Noise
2000s - Nine Inch Nails - The Hand That Feeds
1940s - Dizzy Gillespie - Salt Peanuts|
1950s - Miles Davis - Dig
1960s - Dave Brubeck Quartet - Take Five
1970s - The Doors - Riders On The Storm
1980s - The Fixx - Saved By Zero
1990s - Enya - Caribbean Blue
2000s - Beck - Nausea
1940s - Hoosier Hotshots - Someday|
1950s - John Cage - Williams Mix
1960s - Mothers of Invention - Trouble Every Day
1970s - Traffic - Low Spark of the High Heeled Boy
1980s - Icicle Works - Whisper To A Scream
1990s - White Zombie - More Human Than Human
2000s - Radiohead - Optimistic
1940s - Charlie Parker - Billie's Bounce|
1950s - Nervous Norvus - Transfusion
1960s - Beach Boys - Good Vibrations
1970s - Bauhaus - Bela Lugosi's Dead
1980s - XTC - Dear God
1990s - Folk Implosion - Natural One
2000s - Gorillaz - Clint Eastwood
1940s - Bebop music breaks away from traditional jazz structures.
1950s - Improvisational jazz, beat poetry and electronic sounds develop.
1960s - Psychedelic, symphonic and fusion rock artists spark new musical styles.
1970s - Multitrack recording elevates creative artists such as Pink Floyd.
1980s - New wave, hip hop, electronic and industrial music broaden the mainstream.
1990s - Alternative radio opens the door to a more creative commercial sound.
2000s - The internet elevates do-it-yourself home studio indie artists.
2010s - Indie music platforms help expand the number of online musical genres.
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