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*Arizona
 
*Arizona
 
|derivative_forms=Example
 
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|subgenres=[[Screamo]]
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*[[Emo pop]]
 
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*Midwestern U.S.
 
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*New Jersey
 
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'''Emo''', shortened for '''Emotional Hardcore''', emerged in the 1980s as a form of [[Post-Hardcore]] in Washington, D.C. There are four "waves" of emo: first wave, second wave, third wave, and fourth wave emo.
 
'''Emo''', shortened for '''Emotional Hardcore''', emerged in the 1980s as a form of [[Post-Hardcore]] in Washington, D.C. There are four "waves" of emo: first wave, second wave, third wave, and fourth wave emo.

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