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The music of the late ’70s is often described as

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The music of the late ’70s is often described as _________ , despite the notable exception of a few innovators in the budding punk and hip-hop scenes.

A. derivative
B. trite
C. inspired
D. visionary
E. enigmatic
F. cerebral
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Re: The music of the late ’70s is often described as [#permalink] New post 24 Apr 2018, 22:09
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Something is said despite innovations. So something not original as it is music.
IN this case derivative or trite.
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