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#2
Smashing Pumpkins - Where Boys Fear To Tread

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#4
John Petrucci's riffs kick anyone's ass in creative and complex speaking.

Glasgow Kiss for example.
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#6
Most songs by Maná have very simplistic riffs that are also highly awesome
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#8
necrophagist-foul body autopsy
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During practice once, my bass player was trying to act cool and headbang and I hit him in the face with sharp head of my washburn (accident maybe). Theres still a tiny bit of blood in my guitar, I think its kinda cool
#10
Best one I ever made will be a while till I post the song it's in though.

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John Petrucci's riffs kick anyone's ass in creative and complex speaking.

Glasgow Kiss for example.


that's famous as far as I'm concerned, unless you're talking "walk this way" famous. great riff though.
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#11
Clenching the Fists of Dissent - Machine Head.
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#12
Quote by XxLloydxX
John Petrucci's riffs kick anyone's ass in creative and complex speaking.

Glasgow Kiss for example.

glasgow kiss is cool. but jp is most certainly not the be all and end all of music. good? yes. genius? ....ummm, no.

as for damn cool riffs - the chosen few by electric wizard has some great ones, as does blackwater park by opeth.
#13
Intro riff of Porcelain Heart by Opeth is incredible
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#15
The live versions of 100 Years of Tears on the Wind by Masters of Reality have some great riffs.

Edit: actually I meant The Blue Garden. But 100 Years is good too.
#16
The Suffering - Coheed & Cambria

Probaly the best riff I've heard in a long time.


#17
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glasgow kiss is cool. but jp is most certainly not the be all and end all of music. good? yes. genius? ....ummm, no.



Who would you classify as a genius? xD
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#19
anything by the wildhearts
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#20
ANY Sonic Youth.
D-U-F-R-A-I-S


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#21
Mark of the Squealer - Leeway/Shadows Fall
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#22
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Who would you classify as a genius? xD


Dylan.
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#24
How "not-famous" does it need to be?

Someone's in the wolf - QOTSA (quite famous, but not often mentioned)
Secrets - Bloc Party (B-side)
I want a warning - Idlewild (Not a very famous band)
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#26
Manic Street Preachers - Sleepflower and Slash n Burn. Both great riffs.
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#27
I like Michael Angelo Batios riffs such as Burn don't think he wrote the intro riff as its all a Deep Purple tribute, but still great, Hands Without Shadows has pretty good riffage, and lots of his songs from the No Boundaries album, not the song.
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#28
Dream on intro

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#29
rock bottom- MSG or UFO
Michael Schenker ftw

also, Mistreated- Deep Purple
#30
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John Petrucci's riffs kick anyone's ass in creative and complex speaking.

Glasgow Kiss for example.

Agreed. Universal Mind is amazing.
#31
Glassgow Kiss - Petrucci
March Of Mephisto - Kamelot
Anything by Meat Loaf.
May the Force be with You.
Carmel is hawt
#32
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Godzilla-Blue Oyster Cult
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Oh God yes.

Also, Burnin' For You.
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#33
Sting Me- Black Crowes
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#34
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March Of Mephisto - Kamelot


Been a while since, I've listened to Kamelot. That's a great song.
#35
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Been a while since, I've listened to Kamelot. That's a great song.


Another Kamelot fan!
Join my group buddy!
May the Force be with You.
Carmel is hawt
#36
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How "not-famous" does it need to be?

Someone's in the wolf - QOTSA (quite famous, but not often mentioned)
Secrets - Bloc Party (B-side)
I want a warning - Idlewild (Not a very famous band)


Someone's in the wolf is ace.
#37
Most stuff from the Dreamin' In A Casket album by Hardcore Superstar. And the first album Rest In Sleaze by Crashdïet got some cool stuff aswell.
sometimes I see us in a cymbal splash or in the sound of a car crash
#38
LostAlone- Blood Is Sharp
LostAlone- Standing on the Ruin of a Beautiful Empire
Queenadreena- Pretty Like Drugs
Queenadreena- Lick The Itch
Dir En Grey- Dozing Green
XisLoaded- Zero
InMe- Crushed Like Fruit
InMe- 7 Weeks
InMe- Beyond
Manic Street Preachers- Sleepflower
Manic Street Preachers- Yes
Slaves To Gravity- Mr Regulator
Slaves To Gravity- Heaven Is A Lie
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#39
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Oh God yes.

Also, Burnin' For You.

That legato riff is amazing.
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#40
I love the riff in "Forced In" by Muse. It's a B-side and it's one of the simplest riffs conceivable, yet the emotion somehow put into 3-4 notes is amazing.
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