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Emo entered mainstream culture in the early 2000s with the success of Jimmy Eat World and Dashboard Confessional and many artists signed to major record labels.
Bands such as My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy and the Red Jumpsuit Apparatus continued the genre's popularity during the rest of the decade.
By the bands such as Braid, the Promise Ring and the Get Up Kids emerged from the burgeoning Midwest emo scene, and several independent record labels began to specialize in the genre.
Meanwhile, screamo, a more aggressive style of emo using screamed vocals, also emerged, pioneered by the San Diego bands Heroin and Antioch Arrow.
The imagery, the power of the music, the way people responded to it, and the way the bands burned out instead of fading away—all have their origins in those first few performances by Rites of Spring.
The roots of emo were laid, however unintentionally, by fifty or so people in the nation's capital.
Although many of the bands rejected the term, it stayed.
In this new musical climate, the aesthetics of emo also expanded into the mainstream and altered its perception.
"Punk rock no-nos like the cult of personality and artistic abstraction suddenly become de rigueur", writes Greenwald.
"If one definition of emo has always been music that felt like a secret, Jawbreaker and Sunny Day Real Estate were cast in the roles of the biggest gossips of all, reigning as the largest influences on every emo band that came after them." Sunny Day Real Estate broke up after Diary; guitarist Jeremy Enigk became a born-again Christian and began a solo career, and the other members drifted into new projects (including the Foo Fighters).
In some ways, one could find trace elements of [the album] in early emo albums of the 2000s." scene in Washington, D. as a reaction to the scene's violence and an extension of the politics espoused by Ian Mac Kaye of Minor Threat, who returned the music's focus from the community to the individual.
Similar bands followed in connection with the "Revolution Summer" of 1985, an attempt by members of the Washington scene to break from the rigid constraints of hardcore punk to a renewed spirit of creativity.
Or wanting the girl and even getting the girl, then going down under a swarm of conflicts and self-inflicted wounds and losing the girl to mopey confusion.