Talk:Trallpunk

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I've heard (no reliable source) that trallpunk internationally also may be known as "scandinavian melodic hardcore". Interesting, but the problem is finding sources. // Liftarn (talk)

Given that trallpunk isn't even near hardcore (trallpunk just punk rock with very singable melodies: "tralla" meaning "singing to yourself"), that doesn't make sense. Ran4 (talk) 07:16, 15 January 2011 (UTC)
Hence, the term melodic hardcore. Some bands (Psykbryt and Gang Control for instance) are hard to tell if the're hardcore or trallpunk. // Liftarn (talk)