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In the 1980s an alterative music form began developing in Washington State. This music, called grunge, combined elements of punk and heavy metal. Like most new bands, grunge bands started playing in small crowds and slowly became popular. Which of the following correctly explains how grunge most likely spread across the country to be nationally successful by the early 1990s?

A. First musicians of other styles of music played grunge while on tour, then their fans began to share grunge with other.

B. People moving away from Washington carried grunge music with them, sharing where they relocated.

C. First people in neighboring cities and states started listening to grunge and then the music spread east across the country.

D. Musicians started sending their music overseas and then the music started getting play in the United States.

My Answer:
B

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grunge

    Read carefully, and re-think.

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    Is it D?

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    The question asks about how the music spread across the COUNTRY, not around the world.

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    No more guessing .... READ the article.

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    I did read the article...

    Is it C then?

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    I agree.

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    Ok, thank you.

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    YW!

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