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Old 03-09-2006, 09:09 PM   #11 (permalink)
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ohh and i forgot..



Liquid Tension Experiment-John Petrucci. Enough said.
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Old 03-10-2006, 05:58 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Radiohead - If you haven't heard any of their stuff pick up a copy of Amnesiac, it'll be the best decision you'll ever make.

The Smiths - The musical combination of Morrissey and Johnny Marr is excellent and cannot be faulted

Joy Division - Ian Curtis' voice is the best thing since sliced bread really.

The Mars Volta - Hacen música que puedo realmente perderme adentro.

David Bowie - His music is excellent, plus he is the goblin king.

Jeff Buckley - Jeff Buckley's voice is amazing, but it's a real shame he had to die so soon

Elliott Smith - His music is wonderful, and he seemed like a very beautiful person.

Pink Floyd - You gotta love David Gilmour's guitar playing.

Muse - Recently I have rediscovered my love for Muse, Showbiz is a great album.
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Old 03-10-2006, 12:54 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Children of Bodom-I love the keyboards and Laiho is awesome.
Forgot them too. I just have way too many favorites to remember.
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Old 03-10-2006, 01:05 PM   #14 (permalink)
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iron maiden - heavy metal gods, countless albums filled with sheer orgasmic songs, the awsomeness that is eddie, the best live band i've ever seen, my first and only favourite band ever since i was a wee little metaller still ****ting myself and crawling round the living room in one of my dads heavy metal shirts, some of the leaders of the brittish wave of heavy metal, and pure brilliance in a nut shell, favourite album would probably be killers because it contains most of my favourite songs such as murder in the rue morgue and wrathchild and i much prefer aul d'iannos vocals and clive burrs drumming.

the clash - combat rock was on of the first albums i ever bought, they are what compell me to listen to punk, and that is still one of my favorutie albums to this day.

metallica - i saw them live and what can i say...genious

frank zappa - for that man to write and play what he does without being under the influence of drugs means i think he deserved a knighthood from the queen, one of my favourite guitarists and i've not grown tired of one of his songs, ever..lets make the water turn black was great.

pink floyd, aerosmith and guns 'n' roses - my childhood anthems, i grew up listening to these, and ill never be able to lose interest.

saxon - im tired...im gonna stop explaining here...
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Old 03-10-2006, 01:29 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Primal Scream - Musical diversity with a rock n roll attitude

Motorhead - Pure rock n roll played at brute force by a guy who`s seen it all & done it all

Nick Drake - Has more raw emotion in his toenail than a million emo bands have in their collective bodies.

David Bowie - Could turn his hand to any musical genre and do it better than most others , and still make it sound like himself

Super Furry Animals - If there was a genre called Prog Pop they invented it

Rolling Stones - Between 1968 & 1972 no band on earth could touch them.Not even the Beatles.

Radiohead - Never failed to impress me yet , if I don`t like a Radiohead song then i`m the one at fault not them , I can`t say that about any other band.

The Fall - 28 years of Mark E Smith singlemindedly doing what the f*ck he likes and not apologising , not conforming & not letting a single factor get in the way of his message , not even other band members.I don`t like all they`ve done by a long shot but when they`re good nobody can touch them.
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Old 03-10-2006, 03:17 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Ah so that completes the Urban 100 then.
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The Smiths - Anyone as lyrically talented as Morrissey should be idolised.

Roxy Music - No one quite does eccentric like Ferry.

David Bowie - The Thin White Duke has such an abstract mind that his lyrics put a whole new perspective on many issues.

The Jam - Fast snappy mod punk and yet soft poetic ballads .

Radiohead - There's nothing I can say to describe how Radiohead grabbed me by the face and shook sense into my body.

The Cure - Robert Smith is everything a good lead singer should be.

Joy Division - Deep, dark and indulgent.

Jeff Buckley - Truly beautiful , in every sense of the word.

Manic Street Preachers - I'm not at all interested in James but Richey's words fascinate me.
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Ah so that completes the Urban 100 then.
Not that far off actually , although it`s not in order
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Pantera - America's finest, so many bitching songs. Favourite song - Domination.

Tool - Champion band, rather then a band of champions. Favourite song - Third Eye

Porcupine Tree - The music is hard, soft, it's all about the Space effects and I love it. Favourite song - Trains

Kyuss - I love the bass drenched rock, and the vocals are perfect. Methodical love. Favourite song - Gloria Lewis. No, Size Queen. No, Phototropic. I can't do it.

Motorhead - I love Lemmy's vocals, Phil Taylor is one seriously underated drummer. Favourite song - Born To Raise Hell

Clutch - Strong vocals and I like the originality and power displayed by them. Favourite song - The Mob Goes Wild.
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Motorhead - I love Lemmy's vocals, Phil Taylor is one seriously underated drummer. Favourite song - Born To Raise Hell
I should send you Primal Screams cover of Motorhead.
I never thought in a million years i`d hear someone take one of Lemmys songs and make it even noisier.
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