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I'm impressed at guitarists the most when they sing and play at the same time, same for bassits.
My hero is Jimmy Page, yes, but I look up to Jack Bruce, Sting and other musicians as well.

A trio is historically not the best solution for relationships, usually two of the band argue all the time and one of them couldn't stop them.
This was the case for Cream, Jimi Hendrix Experience, and the Police.

What in your opinion was the best trio band?

I pick the Jonas... just kidding, I pick either Cream or the Police, but I think the best ever was Nirvana, for how they were united as a band, until Cobain did drugs and killed himself.

Probably a lot of you will say Rush.
Last edited by radomu at Dec 20, 2008,
#6
MOTORHEAD!!!!!!!!!


so loud for only 3 people...

and i mean lemmy is just god
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#7
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MOTORHEAD!!!!!!!!!


so loud for only 3 people...

and i mean lemmy is just god


I've never heard of a Lemmy, is he the thick-moustached German soldier from World War I that played the bass?
#8
Muse. Although they aren't really a trio when they play live.
I also agree about Sublime.
Primus
Placebo
#9
-Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble!
-Nirvana
-Jimi Hendrix Experience
-Band of Gypsies
-Sublime
WHY IS EVERYONE IN THE PIT A FUCKING METALCORE KID
#11
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-Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble!
-Nirvana
-Jimi Hendrix Experience
-Band of Gypsies
-Sublime


totatlly forgot about them, they were a trio in a sense
#15
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says the guy who likes Nirvana


Sorry, I guess it's all opinion.
If you think Grand Magus is the best, that's up to you.

I just think their music is dead boring...
#16
John Butler Trio
Primus
etc.
Oct. 20th, 2009: New guitar AND front row for Mars Volta.

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#17
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says the guy who likes Nirvana


You actually post outside the pit. Just kidding.

Probably Muse for me, not anything after Absolution, I wasn't a big fan of their new album. Showbiz ftw.
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#18
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You actually post outside the pit. Just kidding.

Probably Muse for me, not anything after Absolution, I wasn't a big fan of their new album. Showbiz ftw.


Knights of Clydonia (spelling) is great
#19
Quote by radomu
Knights of Clydonia (spelling) is great


It's all a matter of opinion, I did like that song, but not the rest of the album.
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#20
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It's all a matter of opinion, I did like that song, but not the rest of the album.


I'm agreeing with you that Muse was great
#21
Rush
My last.fm
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i've always found pop to be harder to play than metal... especially shred metal... it's just really fast tremolo picking and the occasional palm mute... and the only chords you have to worry about are power chords...
#22
John Mayer Trio
Last.fm

Fender Deluxe Players Strat > Big Muff > LPB-1 > Moog Ring Mod > MXR Dynacomp > MXR Phase 90 '74 > Fender Hot Rod 410 (soon)
#23
Jimi Hendrix Experience
Los Lonely Boys
The Presidents of The United States Of America
ZZ Top
The Stray Cats
R.E.M. (A Trio Nowadays)
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#24
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You actually post outside the pit. Just kidding.

Probably Muse for me, not anything after Absolution, I wasn't a big fan of their new album. Showbiz ftw.




I tend to appear in Metal and 80's Rock... more than anywhere else in B&A
#26
Rush, SRV & Double Trouble, and the Jimi Hendrix Experience are my favorites.
#27
Trio of Doom - John McLaughlin, Jaco Pastorius, Tony Williams

killer jazz-fusion trio
'Music is the best"
Zappa
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Trio of Doom - John McLaughlin, Jaco Pastorius, Tony Williams

killer jazz-fusion trio


Jaco is a monster
#30
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I tend to appear in Metal and 80's Rock... more than anywhere else in B&A


That explains why I don't see you. I've started frequenting pop punk & emo more.
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#31
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That explains why I don't see you. I've started frequenting pop punk & emo more.


Punk, emo, and alternative are fusioning these days.
It seems like the only two real surviving Rock genres are Alternative and metal.
Rock and Roll with Hard Rock is almost dead these days...

People say Audioslave is a hard rock band, they sound Alternative to me.
#33
Quote by radomu
Punk, emo, and alternative are fusioning these days.
It seems like the only two real surviving Rock genres are Alternative and metal.
Rock and Roll with Hard Rock is almost dead these days...

People say Audioslave is a hard rock band, they sound Alternative to me.


I'm mainly in it for the old emo bands (Mineral, Texas Is the Reason etc), not so much the pop punk.

Alternative is a pretty broad genre, but I know what you mean, it's like a lot of people are running out of original ideas.
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#34
Quote by Cpt.Jackass
I'm mainly in it for the old emo bands (Mineral, Texas Is the Reason etc), not so much the pop punk.

Alternative is a pretty broad genre, but I know what you mean, it's like a lot of people are running out of original ideas.

Exactly, I hate the fact that everything these days have to be alternative rock.
If you look at the Japanese music scene, rock is completely dead since the 80s.
They have "rock bands" with the usual bassist, rhythm guitarist, lead guitarist, drummer, and vocalist, but at the end they are J-Pop, nothing that special.
The real rock bands of japan that do goth metal are pretty lame in my opinion, so they never seem to be in the mainstream.
#38
37 posts and no one has yet to say the original and best power trio?


CREAM

What's wrong with you people?

Though the Jimi Hendrix experiences comes a close second, followed by Rush
Mother Earth is pregnant for the third time
For y'all have knocked her up.
I have tasted the maggots in the mind of the universe
I was not offended
For I knew I had to rise above it all
Or drown in my own shit.
#39
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37 posts and no one has yet to say the original and best power trio?


CREAM

What's wrong with you people?

Though the Jimi Hendrix experiences comes a close second, followed by Rush

They were actually mentioned in the first post.
#40
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but I think the best ever was Nirvana, for how they were united as a band, until Cobain did drugs and killed himself.


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