|07-19-2008, 06:30 PM||#12 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2008
The Beatles - My favorite band I'm doing their nomination for MB hof
Led Zeppelin - Never really got into them. I guess it's possible to love them but Plant's voice really irks me. Page's guitar is very good, but never touched me deeply at all.
The Who - Love all of it. Saw a live concert when I was 12
Pink Floyd - Early stuff is my favorite
The Doors - Dislike Morrison, the rest of the band is alright. Organ never sounded good on their songs though.
Jimi Hendrix - I like him a little. A listen from time to time.
Boston - Hard rock with an arena flavor, loud guitars (not just heavy) and pompous vocals that sound like anthems all the time. not really my stuff.
Amon Düül II - Don't listen to German music too much, but I have heard a bit of them. A little experimental stuff.
The Velvet Underground - Great stuff, I got their first 4 albums.
Johnny Cash - Him and Buddy Holly are most of the 50s rock I listen to.
Nirvana - They're alright, don't listen to them too much and are a bit overrated.
Aerosmith - what I said earlier about them
Van Halen - Hard Rock stuff I never really liked
Ravi Shankar - Finally someone who likes Indian music too.
The Black Keys - My friend JUST bought an album at Newbury comics today (I bought 'Barrett' album there)
The Rolling Stones
Creedence Clearwater Revival -
Allman Brothers Band - Can't relate with them too well, my friend loves em but I can't listen to much of their stuff without being bored (espicially live stuff). Little Martha is alright though. I prefer the Duane Allman songs.
Frank Sinatra - Never heard him.
The Grateful Dead - Barely heard 'em. I guess Casey Jones is okay, but it's not my music.
The Moody Blues - I usually like lush pop, can't listen to these guys though, especially with the over-dubbing
Red Hot Chili Peppers - really don't like 'em.
Steely Dan - can't love them. I can admire their skill, but it gets really dry sometimes. A lot like some of LZ and most of Allman Brothers Band.
Tony Bennett - Never heard him.
I like most of your stuff though.
Most of the stuff at the top I listen to more, most of the stuff at the bottom I listen to less. It's my favorite 25 (most played)
Pink Floyd (early stuff and 'Animals')
The Monkees (laugh all you want)
|07-19-2008, 10:16 PM||#13 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Where the buffalo roam.
Dammit, I did Urban first you all ignored mine.
Beatles - Either my favorite or second favorite band.
Ween - Haven't heard much from them.
Syd Barrett - I think he's great and all, I especially love that psychedelic style of guitar playing that he pretty much pioneered. But I do think he's overrated. He only penned a few great songs with The Floyd, and they have had many more since. I'm tired of people saying the band ended with him.
George Harrison - One of my favorite guitar players and he penned some truly great songs, I love the solo stuff of his I've heard but I certainly need to hear more outside of All Things Must Pass.
Pink Floyd - Argubly my favorite band.
Cream - I think they're great, and certainly the best thing Clapton ever did.
Velvet Underground - Maybe a little overrated by the hipster crowd, but they were a very innovative band and they have some amazing songs.
The Clash - Love em.
The Who - Love em.
Ravi Shankar - I have one album by him, The Sounds of India, it's really good and I've been interested in hearing more from him.
Beach Boys - Great, though Pet Sounds as big of a landmark as it is, still might be a tad overrated.
The Yardbirds - Roger the Engineer is an awesome album, but theres a lot of bands I only know by one album. Jeff Beck is a guitar god, that much is clear, and to be honest I prefer his solo stuff.
Jethro Tull - Freaking love this band.
CCR - I used to heavily into them, I still think they're great.
The Monkees - Lol
John Lennon - Only his first two albums matter to me, but they're so damn good.
The Byrds - Never been too heavly into that kinda rock, but they're certainly a great band.
Procol Harum - Their debut is excellent, though that and A Salty Dog is all I know.
Primus - Awesome band, though it's been a while since I've listened to them.
Beck - One of the most innovative and creative artists today. Odelay is one of my favorite albums, and I love how he could do something completely different like Sea Changes and it still be very good.
The Flaming Lips
Super Furry Animals
The Smashing Pumpkins
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band
My Bloody Valentine
And please grill me this time.
|07-19-2008, 10:43 PM||#14 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2008
This is getting kinda ridiculous. Maybe move these posts to a new thread?
|07-19-2008, 10:48 PM||#15 (permalink)|
Join Date: Sep 2007
King Crimson-My favorite band.
Yes-One of my favorites, I don't really listen to them anymore though.
The Beatles-...Love 'em...
The Residents-Never listened.
Radiohead-One of my favorites but have been falling out of my rotation recently.
Minutemen-I love Double Nickels, but haven't heard much else.
Pink Floyd-Used to be a favorite of mine, I still love a lot of their stuff.
The Flaming Lips-Take it or leave it.
Björk-I've only really listened to Homogenic which I love, Joga is great.
The Replacements-Never really listened.
Nirvana-I like some, don't others.
Super Furry Animals-Never really listened.
Led Zeppelin-I like some songs, but on the whole I need to be in the right mood.
Brian Eno-Well...I haven't heard his solo stuff but otherwise it's a thumbs up.
The Smashing Pumpkins-I like their first two albums...after that...
Buzz****s-Take it or leave it.
Incubus-Never really listened, probably never will.
Gentle Giant-Love 'em, Knots is one of my favorite songs.
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band-Love 'em, Lick My Decals off is a great album.
Parliament/Funkadelic-Love them, especially the Mothership Connection.
The Clash-Eh, I used to be a bigger fan.
Porcupine Tree-I'm both saddened and excited about Harrison leaving.
AC/DC-I haven't heard much besides Big Balls etc.
My Bloody Valentine-I love Loveless and I recently downloaded the eps.
Next Poster, from the past 7 days:
Terence Trent D'Arby
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds
Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth
My Bloody Valentine
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|07-19-2008, 11:11 PM||#17 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Where the buffalo roam.
I just had a great idea, anyone who has already given out their top 25, if they rate someone elses and it's their turn again, just give out the next 25, and so on.
And I would merge this into a new thread, if I knew how.
|07-20-2008, 06:11 AM||#19 (permalink)|
Ba and Be.
Join Date: May 2007
Location: This Is England
OK. I will do Proggys:
The National-Never heard a single track by them.
Converge- Only heard a couple of tracks but nothing new to me.
Public Enemy-Great band if a little dated. I rarely listen to them these days though.
Counting Crows-I cannot stand these. Typical MOR to me.
King Crimson-I have a shedload of their back catalogue on my other PC which I have'nt transfered. I have barely listened to any of it but their debut is amazing.
Bon Iver-Oh yes. I have converted a few posters on here to his music
Terence Trent D'Arby-His debut was a good pop album and he did one or two decent things after. He should have had more longevity.
David Bowie-Station To Station is my favourite and I have been listening to 1.Outside and Earthling lately. Great albums. I probably like his glam era the least!
Coldplay-Oh god no. The new album shows some departure but hate this bland stadium lighters in the air rock. Spies is a very good song admittedly.
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds-just gets better with every listen. Abattoir Blues has been played a lot recently.
Common-Is he a rapper? Heard the name that's all.
Radiohead-not much to say is there? A band that have worn the genius cap many times. The Bends is a patchy album though.
Comus-First Utterance is a brilliantly wacky folk rock album but I have to be in the mood for it.
Tom Waits-When I am in the mood for Waits, his music hits the spot. Phenomenally good artist.
Colour Haze-The stoner band? If so they are OK but Tempel has never blown me away. Masters Of Reality are one of the best stoner bands IMO.
Leonard Cohen-Jeez. Anyone got a serrated knife for my jugular? Talk about melancholy!
Bright Eyes-no no no. Not my thing at all.
Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth-I only have one Pete Rock track and it ahem rocks! but that's it as far as I know.
My Bloody Valentine-Isn't Anything is near my all time top 10 albums. Nuff said.
Fields Of The Nephilim.
Barclay James Harvest.
“A cynic by experience, a romantic by inclination and now a hero by necessity.”
|07-20-2008, 06:43 AM||#20 (permalink)|
Moodswings n' Roundabouts
Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: At the corner of Dude and Catastrophe
Pink Floyd. Never was a fan but Pipers is blowing me away lately, brilliant album.
Porcupine Tree. Believe it or not i've never listened to them!
Slayer. Made my favourite metal album. Respect.
John Martyn. Nice enough, doesn't really catch me.
Fields Of The Nephilim. Whoosh.
Clannad. Judging by the track on your mix, quite nice.
Iron Maiden. Not a massive fan but you've got to love some Maiden every now and again.
Hawkwind. Reminds me of an ex so i've never really delved in much, nice trippy stuff though.
Dubmatix. Great ecclectic dub, glad i checked them out!
65daysofstatic. Never heard anything, nice name though.
Lamb. Pretty good, should get an album at some point.
Frank Zappa. I only have a greatest hits comp at the mo, really great.
Nick Cave. Yeeeeeah. What a man.
Massive Attack. Love them. Mezzanine is a classic with me, i adore it.
Fela Kuti. The 'oo?
New Order. Alright, not astonishing though.
Freestylers. They're one of those names i know but i can't attach to actual songs!
David Bowie. Just... the best. It's hard to do such an artist justice in words.
Barclay James Harvest. Ermmmm
G.B.H I recognise the name, but again...
Fugazi. Good stuff when you're in the mood.
Mogwai. I hate the term Post Rock but they're my favourite post rock band.
Black Sabbath. Yeah got to have a bit of Sabbath.
Tangerine Dream. Never heard anything.
Kate Bush. She's responsible for some damn good pop songs. Hounds of Love is cute weirdness at its best.
Can. Makes me trip balls.
The White Stripes
A Tribe Called Quest
Manic Street Preachers
Toots and the Maytals