#3
Pete Doherty and he should get back together with Babyshambles.
Dylan should travel back to the 60's and stay there.
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#5
Quote by Logan699p
jimi hendrix



you fail.

i was going to say EVH, but im pretty sure he got his act together. (i think)
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#6
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I really wish that Steven Alder would. I watch Sober House all the time and it is heart breaking to see the way he has ended up.


Haha, no **** man. He took a piss test and tested positive for THC and still denied huffing reefers.
#8
every musician with a drug addiction?
along with every other person who suffers from the disease?
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#9
Quote by Logan699p
jimi hendrix

1. Hendrix really wasn't a big drug user. He dropped acid occasionally and liked a drink. He did a little speed. Not an addict at all.
2. Without the drugs he did do, his music wouldn't have been the same, at all.


My vote is, none. Musicians usually make really good, raw emotion music when they are caught in a drug binge.
#10
Quote by tona_107
every musician with a drug addiction?
along with every other person who suffers from the disease?

What disease?
Soon you will sit on the bench
of those who deny I have my soul
You sell a dream you create
Condemned by what you condemned before
Smooth are the words you sing down and high
Underground is your joy your laws
#11
Layne Staley, if he were alive
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#13
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everyone who drink or does drugs.


Why? It's their choice.
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#14
meh. as mean as it may be to say, most of my favorite musicians make their best music under the influence. so i'd prefer them to keep up the fast living, but i won't hold it against them if they choose to straighten up.
#16
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#17
Kurt Cobain (even though he still very well could have offed himself)
Brad Nowell
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#18
Quote by JohnnyGenzale
Pete Doherty and he should get back together with The Libertines.

Fixed :P
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#19
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Kurt Cobain (even though he still very well could have offed himself)
Brad Nowell

Do you really think either of those guys would have made the music they did without heroin? Really? Cause I don't. At all. Not saying you need heroin to make good music, but they did a damn good job with it.
#20
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Fixed :P




Babyshambles > Libertines.
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#22
Scott Weiland

I don't know if he'd be as crazy on stage though
No means maybe
#23
Quote by JohnnyGenzale

Babyshambles > Libertines.

They used to be, but they fell apart. Plus The Libertines are apparently getting back together soon anyway. So say the tabloids so it's hard to tell. but The Libertines have a much better dynamic, with Carl and Pete both being frontmen.
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#24
If you've heard of them that probably means they're doing just fine the way they are.......
#25
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They used to be, but they fell apart. Plus The Libertines are apparently getting back together soon anyway. So say the tabloids so it's hard to tell. but The Libertines have a much better dynamic, with Carl and Pete both being frontmen.


Well too bad I don't like The Libertines in the first place. Only found one good song by them so far. And it's a Doherty song.
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#26
None of the ones I listen too. all the musicians I like seem to be stable and know how to practice self control.
#27
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None of the ones I listen too. all the musicians I like seem to be stable and know how to practice self control.


sometimes I see us in a cymbal splash or in the sound of a car crash
#29
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I really wish that Steven Alder would. I watch Sober House all the time and it is heart breaking to see the way he has ended up.


It Is A Shame. Specially When They Found The Stuff in THe Bath Tube. He Was Really Something Back In The Day With G N R.
#30
Quote by conor1148
you fail.

i was going to say EVH, but im pretty sure he got his act together. (i think)



Hendrix's music may have been different, but he'd most likely still be alive today... so im kinda torn