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Old 03-01-2009, 10:41 PM   #81
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IAMX- Electronic/Synthpop

The Myriad- Alternative/Indie Rock

Pendulum- Drum and Bass

Early Metallica- Thrash Metal

Disturbed- Nu Metal
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Old 03-02-2009, 06:53 PM   #82
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Metallica-Like style

Zeppelin-Well there Zeppelin

Black Sabbath-Some of their unpopular songs are the best

Ozzy-I simply like his songs

Nirvana-Kobaine is one of my heros
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Old 03-02-2009, 07:13 PM   #83
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Metallica-Like style

Zeppelin-Well there Zeppelin

Black Sabbath-Some of their unpopular songs are the best

Ozzy-I simply like his songs

Nirvana-Kobaine is one of my heros


I hope your misspelling his name on purpose
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Old 03-02-2009, 08:59 PM   #84
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1. Black Stone Cherry (Hard Rock)
2. The Offspring (Punk, Alt. Rock)
3. Slipknot (Death/Speed Metal)
4. Saliva (Rap Metal, Hard Rock)
5. Shinedown (Hard Rock)
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Old 03-04-2009, 07:16 PM   #85
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Dispatch - These guys are the best jam band out there imo
Gin Blossoms - Really catchy hooks
Guns N' Roses - Back when they actually were GNR
Third Eye Blind - Jenkins's lyrics are out of this world
Clapton - Clapton is God
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Old 03-04-2009, 08:04 PM   #86
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1. Coheed and Cambria: They actually got me into guitars with their riffs.

2. Nirvana: This is where I look to find my poetic side.

3. Foo Fighters: For the same reasons as Nirvana.

4. Shinedown: Good hard rock with alternative thrown in.

5. Creed: Same as Shinedown's.
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Old 03-06-2009, 03:30 PM   #87
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1. Disturbed
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3. System of a Down
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but that doesn't mean I don't appreciate classics like Zeppelin, AC/DC and Sabbath.
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Old 03-06-2009, 04:16 PM   #88
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1. Black Stone Cherry (Hard Rock)
2. The Offspring (Punk, Alt. Rock)
3. Slipknot (Death/Speed Metal)
4. Saliva (Rap Metal, Hard Rock)
5. Shinedown (Hard Rock)

What the hell?
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Old 03-06-2009, 10:03 PM   #89
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I hope he was trolling there.
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Old 03-07-2009, 10:54 AM   #90
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2. The Corrs - Folk Rock, Pop, Celtic


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Old 03-09-2009, 01:56 AM   #91
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1. Radiohead: Alternative Rock. The band that has covered the most ground over the span of their career; Radiohead has covered everything from the simple rock 'n' roll on "Pablo Honey" to the genre-crossing experiments and textured soundscapes of their newer releases. If there's one modern group we will remember in 15 years' time, it will be Radiohead.

2. Slowdive: Shoegazing. The word shoegazing most commonly evokes the noisy droning of My Bloody Valentine and the infectious pop melodies of Ride, but just as experimental as the first and just as catchy as the latter was Slowdive. Their album "Souvlaki" was a landmark of the Shoegazing genre, but it is on their third release, "Pygmalion" that they truly reached the height of their potential. "Pygmalion"'s gentle, abstract structures and minimalistic, post-rock approach resulted in a genre-bending album that was more mature than other efforts within the genre.

3. The Blood Brothers: Post-Hardcore. One of the noisier and more experimental bands to emerge from the post-hardcore scene. This band manages the impossible in unleashing their cathartic noise whilst retaining catchy pop structures.

4. Malajube: Indie Rock. A progressive francophone group whose every song could be a single. Their punk-influenced, spazzy rock 'n' roll manages to stay fresh on each new track.

5. A Place to Bury Strangers: Shoegazing. One of the more recent 'nu-gaze' bands, A Place to Bury Strangers is only a three-piece, but that's very hard to believe, seeing the amount of sound they generate.
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Old 03-09-2009, 02:11 AM   #92
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Dispatch - These guys are the best jam band out there imo
Gin Blossoms - Really catchy hooks
Guns N' Roses - Back when they actually were GNR
Third Eye Blind - Jenkins's lyrics are out of this world
Clapton - Clapton is God


Not saying you have bad taste in music, but Dispatch is nto a jam band... they do improvise some, but they cannot be classified as a jam band. I like them, but they aren't a jam band. Jam Bands are liek Grateful Dead, Allmna Bros. Band, Umphrey's McGee, moe., Derek Trucks Band, Samadhi Vibe, Gov't Mule, Disco Biscuits, STS9, or String Cheese Incident adn stuff like them.
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Old 03-09-2009, 03:39 AM   #93
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Old 03-09-2009, 09:13 PM   #94
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1. Radiohead: Alternative Rock. The band that has covered the most ground over the span of their career; Radiohead has covered everything from the simple rock 'n' roll on "Pablo Honey" to the genre-crossing experiments and textured soundscapes of their newer releases. If there's one modern group we will remember in 15 years' time, it will be Radiohead.

2. Slowdive: Shoegazing. The word shoegazing most commonly evokes the noisy droning of My Bloody Valentine and the infectious pop melodies of Ride, but just as experimental as the first and just as catchy as the latter was Slowdive. Their album "Souvlaki" was a landmark of the Shoegazing genre, but it is on their third release, "Pygmalion" that they truly reached the height of their potential. "Pygmalion"'s gentle, abstract structures and minimalistic, post-rock approach resulted in a genre-bending album that was more mature than other efforts within the genre.

3. The Blood Brothers: Post-Hardcore. One of the noisier and more experimental bands to emerge from the post-hardcore scene. This band manages the impossible in unleashing their cathartic noise whilst retaining catchy pop structures.

4. Malajube: Indie Rock. A progressive francophone group whose every song could be a single. Their punk-influenced, spazzy rock 'n' roll manages to stay fresh on each new track.

5. A Place to Bury Strangers: Shoegazing. One of the more recent 'nu-gaze' bands, A Place to Bury Strangers is only a three-piece, but that's very hard to believe, seeing the amount of sound they generate.



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Old 03-18-2009, 08:38 PM   #95
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1.Killswitch Engage
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3.Bring Me The Horizen
4.Five Finger Death Punch
5.The Devil Wears Prada

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Old 03-18-2009, 09:55 PM   #96
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i would appreciate it if you died.

or listened to better stuff. just sayin'. some music is objectively bad.
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Old 03-18-2009, 10:29 PM   #97
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i would appreciate it if you died.

or listened to better stuff. just sayin'. some music is objectively bad.



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Old 03-19-2009, 12:20 AM   #98
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i would appreciate it if you died.

or listened to better stuff. just sayin'. some music is objectively bad.


It's a 'Top 5 Most Favorite Bands' list, not a 'Top 5 least subjective of musically objective great bands'.

In no order (way too hard to rank them):
Misfits - Glenn Danzig was a genius of sorts. A unique singer as well. Lots of very enjoyable melodies and tunes across his catalogue. Very fun music.

Immortal - Their range of black metal is great, a taste of raw bm, dynamic, thrashy bm, epic bm, etc... Very headbangable. Bonus points for being an internet meme resource. Funnily enough, I recall once laughing at Abbath and Horgh after seeing them in a 'Top 10 ridiculous black metal band/photos'. Years later, and they're one of my favourite bands

Mr. Bungle - Yet to hear anything like them, only imitations/tributes. Patton, Spruance and Dunn are also quite genius-like (Forgive me if you think I'm abusing the tag 'genius'). Again, a very strong catalogue, each album is unique on its own.

Slipknot - I reckon ever since I started getting into music, Slipknot have been one of the few bands I've consistently enjoyed. I didn't dig Volume 3 or AHIG much, but MFKR, the S/T and Iowa are still great ear-candy. Lots and lots of hooks, catchy riffs and melodies.

and sneaking into the last vacant position:
Dream Theater - I really don't like where they've been heading lately, but their early to mid-material was incredibly orgasmic. Back in that era, their music was a perfect combination of technical skill and emotional material (particularly with Kevin Moore's songwriting abilities).
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Old 03-19-2009, 12:44 AM   #99
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Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention
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Old 03-19-2009, 01:18 AM   #100
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i would appreciate it if you died.

or listened to better stuff. just sayin'. some music is objectively bad.

Seeing your profile, it shows how much your tastes are as much, or even more, bland and mediocre than his
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