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Old 10-21-2011, 07:05 PM   #321 (permalink)
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alice in chains>>>nirvana>>>>>pearl jam>soundgarden>>>>melvins haha

naaa, let me change that. i need to listen to some more melvins

aic>>>nirvana>>the mevins>pearl jam>soundgarden.

what melvins albums would u recommend?

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Old 10-21-2011, 07:18 PM   #322 (permalink)
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^^Lysol, Bullhead or Stoner Witch are good starting points.
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Old 10-21-2011, 09:02 PM   #323 (permalink)
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If you just like the melodic stuff mentioned above, you`ll never like the rawer style rock of Led Zeppelin, just give up the ghost on them.

BTW what do you think of Pearl Jam? A hard rock band that incorporates the softer as well as the harder elements of rock? A modern half-way house between soft and hard rock.
Led Zeppelin >>>>>>>>>>>>>> Pearl Jam.

I don't like the softer sound of Pearl Jam's songs. I don't like the singer's voice. There is almost nothing about their songs that I like, except that they are in tune.

An example of a Pearl Jam song I dislike is "Better Man." It starts out okay with some nice eerie electric guitar, but then turns into a soppy mess of repetitive sap with a little rev-up midway that doesn't redeem the song in my ears. The song is almost completely forgettable to me. I wish it were entirely.

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Old 10-22-2011, 02:25 AM   #324 (permalink)
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ya, zeppelin is better than pearl jam
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Old 10-22-2011, 05:35 AM   #325 (permalink)
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Fleetwood Mac, Eagles and Boston are fine with me.

Haven't heard enough of Toto or Journey to have an opinion.

But generally, not a sub-genre I like much.
If you`re interested in these bands, I`d recommend their best stuff to you, they`re both the finest examples of 1970s/1980s AOR.

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alice in chains>>>nirvana>>>>>pearl jam>soundgarden>>>>melvins haha

naaa, let me change that. i need to listen to some more melvins

aic>>>nirvana>>the mevins>pearl jam>soundgarden.

what melvins albums would u recommend?
The Melvins had a huge influence on the grunge bands, but for a grunge fan to like the Melvins is not always that straight-forward especially since their sludge metal sound is not always the most accessible. Place to start though is with Houdini.

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Led Zeppelin >>>>>>>>>>>>>> Pearl Jam.

I don't like the softer sound of Pearl Jam's songs. I don't like the singer's voice. There is almost nothing about their songs that I like, except that they are in tune.

An example of a Pearl Jam song I dislike is "Better Man." It starts out okay with some nice eerie electric guitar, but then turns into a soppy mess of repetitive sap with a little rev-up midway that doesn't redeem the song in my ears. The song is almost completely forgettable to me. I wish it were entirely.

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Ok forget Pearl Jam and just concentrate on Free.
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Old 10-22-2011, 10:36 AM   #326 (permalink)
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I got a lot of flack on another thread when I suggested Television sounded like "Boston with weird guitars"
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I got a lot of flack on another thread when I suggested Television sounded like "Boston with weird guitars"
Thats not as crazy as it sounds and had Television not been making new-wave style music, they easily had the technical ability to play like Boston. People rave over Television and Marquee Moon is a great album but I`d sooner listen to Boston anyday. I mean the Boston debut and their third album Third Stage are timeless classics.
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Old 12-10-2011, 07:24 AM   #328 (permalink)
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Just saw the video of Jimmy Page from the 50s and thought I'd share. Really interesting stuff. The music is pretty good and it's funny to see him as such a nervous, polite young guy during the interview part.

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Led Zeppelin II for me! BY FAR THE BEST!
Stairway to Heaven was good.
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Old 10-13-2012, 03:32 PM   #330 (permalink)
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Am I the only one in the world who doesn't think that Robert plant has one of the best voices to grace the human ear?

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