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Which bandmembers were not accepted largely by fans for replacing original members. For example Phil Collins Genesis, Axe in Opeth (yet)
Last edited by RazerX at Jan 5, 2009,
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Sammy Hagar-Van Halen, I guess Dio-Black Sabbath, but i prefer Dio to ozzy. HEAVEN AND HELL FTW
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jason newstead

and then that rob guy

and in the early days kirk

funny that
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jason newstead

and then that rob guy

and in the early days kirk

funny that

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People are still complaining about Underoath's vocals change from 7 years ago..
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i guess Billy Corgan's new Smashing Pumpkins line-up
and i ve heard some negative remarks about Alice in Chains' new singer
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Everyone in GnR except axl, sammy hagar for VH, wolfgang for VH, Alice in chains' new singer, Zakk Wylde, John Frusciante



JFroo? what do you live in the eighties? who have you met that doesnt like jfroo
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Everyone in GnR except axl, sammy hagar for VH, wolfgang for VH, Alice in chains' new singer, Zakk Wylde, John Frusciante


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Everyone in GnR except axl, sammy hagar for VH, wolfgang for VH, Alice in chains' new singer, Zakk Wylde, John Frusciante


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unless you went to their shows pre-froosh, you got no right of saying that, honestly. You probably wouldn't have ever heard of them if froosh never joined. As for RHCP replacements, Dave Navarro never sat well with me, but i've begun to like him in other bands.

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Blaze Bayley and Janick Gers in Iron Maiden (even though I have no problem with either) tended to get a lot of negative reactions from fans, especially Blaze.
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Chris cornell in audioslave, Zack rocked those band mate way better than chris



cornell wasnt a replacement tho
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I've seen a lot of ppl on here that don't like him...



who?
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Chris cornell in audioslave, Zack rocked those band mate way better than chris

He wasn't the replacement vocalist for Rage. They had a new band. And Chris Cornell is awesome!
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He wasn't the replacement vocalist for Rage. They had a new band. And Chris Cornell is awesome!


I know just as much about that whole sitcho, but the bottom line is the band behind each of them was the same band. Audio slave instrumental sounds like a more alternative version of RAGE, and Zack led that band to make better and more influential music than Cornell. Cornell should have stayed with sound garden.
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Quote by Pac_man0123
Everyone in GnR except axl, sammy hagar for VH, wolfgang for VH, Alice in chains' new singer, Zakk Wylde, John Frusciante

yeah william duvall is no layne by a longshot, but i'm listening to him singing dam that river and i don't think he's half bad...
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unless you went to their shows pre-froosh, you got no right of saying that, honestly. You probably wouldn't have ever heard of them if froosh never joined. As for RHCP replacements, Dave Navarro never sat well with me, but i've begun to like him in other bands.

edit: ^


really? because I like most of their 80s records a lot more than their 90s records, even though I never saw them live in the 80s.

Quote by RazerX
Which bandmembers were not accepted largely by fans for replacing original members. For example Phil Collins Genesis, Axe in Opeth (yet)


oh and it should be mentioned that Phil Collins was part of the classic Genesis lineup before Peter Gabriel left, so he's not really a replacement, although they really never should have let him sing.
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that guy that replaced joe perry in aersomith for a year or two in the very early 80s.

also, im one of those people that doesnt really like froosh.
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really? because I like most of their 80s records a lot more than their 90s records, even though I never saw them live in the 80s.


oh and it should be mentioned that Phil Collins was part of the classic Genesis lineup before Peter Gabriel left, so he's not really a replacement, although they really never should have let him sing.


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Mothers Milk and Blood Sugar Sex Magik are incredible. The other albums have great songs, but not as many as these two. The only Bad things I got to say about Frusciante is after he stopped doing drugs he sucked, but while he was ****ed up, he was great.
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when those two guys left alien ant farm

lucky they came back
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Blaze Bailey wasn't really popular.


and there was actually a pretty legit reason to not like him too, since he couldn't perform a lot of Maidens older material in the proper key or sometime at all.
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when those two guys left alien ant farm

lucky they came back



really? i heard they were big into drugs
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and there was actually a pretty legit reason to not like him too, since he couldn't perform a lot of Maidens older material in the proper key or sometime at all.


I really don't know why they chose him to replace Dickinson. Really could've done better.
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Quote by chipmunksurfer
unless you went to their shows pre-froosh, you got no right of saying that, honestly. You probably wouldn't have ever heard of them if froosh never joined. As for RHCP replacements, Dave Navarro never sat well with me, but i've begun to like him in other bands.

edit: ^


Man, if only Buckethead was accepted in RHCP, maybe they would have been actually good...
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Gilby Clarke. I think Matt Sorum did a good job replacing Adler but a lot of people seem to think he ruined Gn'R. Glen Drover and Al Pitrelli werent to popular either but I guess its kind of hard to replace Friedman, although Chris Broderick is freaking awesome with Megadeth.
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Gilby Clarke. I think Matt Sorum did a good job replacing Adler but a lot of people seem to think he ruined Gn'R. Glen Drover and Al Pitrelli werent to popular either but I guess its kind of hard to replace Friedman, although Chris Broderick is freaking awesome with Megadeth.



Matt Sorums perm pissed me off more than his drumming which was decent
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Man, if only Buckethead was accepted in RHCP, maybe they would have been actually good...


Youre joking right?
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