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#2
A few hundred years ago (classical music) to 2008, the new Killers album
Lefty Black Gibson SG Special with EMG 60/85
15w Laney Hard Core Max
SG Commando

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I think plod just won the thread. All 1,019 pages of it. Won.
#3
Ummm mine goes from 70's (Only Led Zepp and Sabbath though) through hair metal which I love by the way as long as it isnt too poppy, into thrash, then into death metal, then some 2008 bands depends who it is.
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#4
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Mine ranges from 1970 (Deep Purple In Rock) to 2008 (Puscifer - V Is For Vagina)

post yours here


I remember that thread.

Mine would be 1973-2008
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#7
the oldest is beethoven and the newest is the sword.
"Bitches ain't shit but hoes and tricks."
- Dr. Dre
#8
chopin to the new meshuggah album i think
Gear:
PRS SE Singlecut, blue with stoptail (my baby)
Line 6 Spider III 75 (shut up)
Epiphone Les Paul standard
Cheapo Yamaha nylon string
even more cheapo Fender steel string acoustic
#9
Bach to New Good Rock music(2008)
Ibanez sz720fm,Ibbly RG350DX, Custom Tele-> Dunlop 535Q->RAT Pro co II-> Ibanez Fuzz->Marshall Haze 40.
Tascam US-800 and a hand full of Mics into Nedundo 4

my music, new recording on the way in 2014

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#10
Mine goes back to Bach, and Vivaldi. The latest is Omar Rodriguez-Lopez in 2008.

I WIN. Unless someone has some gregorian chants in their library...
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Mine goes back to Bach, and Vivaldi. The latest is Omar Rodriguez-Lopez in 2008.

I WIN. Unless someone has some gregorian chants in their library...


I have WASP- "**** like a beast" do I win?
Ibanez RG7321
Jackson Randy Rhoads V with Floyd Rose
Peavey Valveking 112
Digitech RP70 Guitar Processor
#14
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A few hundred years ago (classical music) to 2008, the new Killers album
Basically the same.

I have some Beethoven songs and a Vampire Weekend album on here....
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#15
Tuvan folk music which could potentially be quite old up to 2008. Earliest definate year is 1741.
#16
1989 (Dream Theater - When Dream and Day Unite) to 2008 (Becoming the Archetype - Dichotomy)
#17
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Tuvan folk music which could potentially be quite old up to 2008. Earliest definate year is 1741.


And how did they record music in 1741?
You're*
#18
Well, I have some swing from the 30's, but I have lots of 70's as well. Most of it is from 90's - 2008, though.

OH! And I have the Bee Gees too!
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#20
1964-1995/6
(The Beatles "1")-(KISS MTV Unplugged; Was recorded '95, released '96)
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Evil Cow

I lurk, almost never log in, and like Hank Marvin and the Shadows.
#22
from about 1960's up to 2008
Gear:
Gibson Flying V
Jackson RR3 w/ Zakk Wylde EMG's
'89 Marshall 8240 Combo Amp
Marshall MG10 CD
Boss MT-2
Dunlop Dime Crybaby From Hell
#23
somewhere into the 70s (pink floyd/ zz top) to 2008 (Amon Amarth, Lamb of God's new live album, AC/DC's black ice, etc.)

Must Not Sleep.


Must Warn Others.

Gear:
Gibson Special Faded SG
Orange Tiny Terror (Combo)
MXR Carbon Copy Delay
Dunlop Crybaby Wah

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#24
Louis Armstrong to the new Wolf Parade album

20's-ish - 2008ish
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I have no opinion on this matter.
#25
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Mozart through Chinese democracy.

Dis.
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somewhere into the 70s (pink floyd/ zz top) to 2008 (Amon Amarth, Lamb of God's new live album, AC/DC's black ice, etc.)


What new live album?
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And how did they record music in 1741?


MP3 player mic.
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That was a different Feb08er that threatened to suck you off
I remember that


Sadly, I was the threatened.
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Let it be known that I concur with everything this gentleman says, ever.



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#26
1967 (Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band by the Beatles) to October 2008 (Motorizer- Motorhead)
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#27
Mostly 60s and 70s. But I also have a lot of music from the 30s-50s and from the 90s. I have very little music from the 80s and 2000s.
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#28
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Mostly 60s and 70s. But I also have a lot of music from the 30s-50s and from the 90s. I have very little music from the 80s and 2000s.


Yes, everyone seems to think the 80's were terrific in music, but I can't stand most of it.
XIAOXI
#30
Quote by Abunai X
Yes, everyone seems to think the 80's were terrific in music, but I can't stand most of it.


Soundgarden
Iron Maiden
Metallica
Slayer
Anthrax
Testament
Kreator
Sodom
Rage
Exodus
Annhilator
Faith No More
The Jesus And Mary Chain
Jane's Addiction

#31
Quote by my_lemonade_tap

Iron Maiden
Metallica
The Pixies

fixed, now with 100% more pixies!
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I have no opinion on this matter.
#34
1920's Robert Johnson to the recordings my band made yesterday.
Telecaster - SG - Jaguar
Princeton Reverb, Extra Reverb
P-Bass - Mustang Bass
Apogee Duet 2 - Ableton Suite
#35
My collection spans from Rolling Stones to Opeth,
so roughly from 3542 B.C. to 2008 A.D.
time machine. Inadvertently, I had created a
#36
Quote by my_lemonade_tap
Soundgarden
Iron Maiden
Metallica
Slayer
Anthrax
Testament
Kreator
Sodom
Rage
Exodus
Annhilator
Faith No More
The Jesus And Mary Chain
Jane's Addiction



Actually, I regret to say that if I had to compile a list of my favourite bands, very few of those would be on it.

I meant the 80s hits that still get played on the radio and at dances, etc. I don't know, the music during that era is just too fake-sounding for me.
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Quote by Abunai X
Actually, I regret to say that if I had to compile a list of my favourite bands, very few of those would be on it.

I meant the 80s hits that still get played on the radio and at dances, etc. I don't know, the music during that era is just too fake-sounding for me.


1. if that's your opinion, why do you regret it?

2. Yeah me too, tho it's not really fair to judge an era's music solely by what was popular. Linkin Park being popular now doesn't erase the fact that my band, Failed States, exist.

edit: not that the 80s would be offended if you said you didn't like the music
#38
I have some classical, but as far as actual recordings, they range from about 1920 (Some early Jazz) to 2008.
#39
Quote by my_lemonade_tap


Linkin Park being popular now doesn't erase the fact that my band, Failed States, exist.



lol, a little shamless self-promotion never hurt anyone. Come on, give me your band's MySpace - you know you want to.

I regret my opinion because most people on here love those bands, which probably means I have no taste.

I probably won't reply after this because every time I reply to you, it makes me restart my internet. It only happens on UG for some reason.
XIAOXI
#40
Earliest is 1967 with Velvet Underground & Nico.

From there, I've actually got stuff from every single year in between (neat, I never noticed that before) until 2008 where my newest is Star ****ing Hipsters - Until Were Dead (Which is an awesome album)
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