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Solarpunk is a movement focused on a positive, ecological vision for a future where technology is used for human-centric and ecocentric purposes. It is a literary, artistic and aesthetic sub-genre and is also closely tied to eco-political activism. Solarpunk narratives have a distinctly positive and utopian foundation in contrast to the often dystopian visions found within other "punk" science fiction genres.
Solarpunk is a literary movement, a hashtag, a flag, and a statement of intent about the future we hope to create.
by wix99 September 20, 2016
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A band originating in Canada. Their music has progressed throughout the years, beginning with somewhat immature lyrics, evolving into more meaningful music. Most of the definitions on here are from 2005, before their music progressed in maturity.
A) Sum 41 has come a long way from when they started.

B) Tell me about it!
by Dankfin January 07, 2012
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if Sum 41 was a punk band, they wouldn't have a song that goes "Rock! It's what we're all about! It's what we live for! C'mon shout it out!" stupidos
Nevertheless am i dressed for the ocasion
It's number 32 now here's the situation
if the beat moves ya feet then
dont change the station
pack ya bagz cuz we leavin on a perminent vacation
well im a disaster
a microphone master
its time to rock ya ghetto-blaster
its not about the cars, money, hotels, or resorts
bout sweatin all the bitches in the biker shorts
and im dave brownsound can ya see me runnin late
imma make ya girlie feel great
by Screw u bitch August 09, 2004
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During an MTV interview, they actually described themselves as "well, we're sorta like playskool's 'My-First-Punk-Band'"
also quoted:
"our music is like (pretends to beat box) with a twist of lemon"
by kirixen July 08, 2005
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A band whose 1st album came out in 2001. It is their most known album. Due to it being pop-punk, many musically inclined people disliked the band and swore them off right there as talentless, despite "Pain for Pleasure" a metal song, likely an Iron Maiden tribute.

They have 5 albums. In them, Sum 41 has a different sound in each album. Their 2nd album is pop-punk with a little alt metal. Their 3rd album has 2 punk songs amidst melodic hardcore, alt metal, metal, and 2 quiet songs, the band cited Metallica as an influence for this album. (They have also played a full length Master of Puppets cover.) The bands 4th album went back to their roots, stripping the metal influence. This album is pop-punk. Their 5th album is closer to a sequel to their third, with much louder vocals and much better instrumental parts. It is an alt metal/alt rock album with punk influence. Their third and fifth albums also have many shifts from soft to loud within songs. They have songs that include all 4 members on vocals, and utilize a lot of vocal harmony.

Basically, this band isn't groundbreaking most of the time, but they go into a lot of music and pull it off well. Most people write them off due to their first album or think they are copying Metallica, Oasis, Green Day, Blink-182, Linkin Park, etc.
by Schadaniel January 12, 2013
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They're a pop rock band, influenced by punk, metal and rap.
They never claimed to be 'punk' so all you petty losers can stop your bitching.
Just because a band has an army of teeny fans doesn't detract from the fact that their music is actually...pretty damn good.
sum 41 are GREAT!
by Isabelle November 29, 2003
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