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#1
It's kinda funny, I was watching an early vid of Marylin Manson (When it was still MM & The Spooky Kids) and i realized something. Some musicians age like a fine wine, such as satriani, while others such as MM, are the best when opened and go downhill from there, with maybe a pique in flavor a couple years down the road.

Any thoughts?
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lots of drugs and alcohol makes you age faster.
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I dunno, keith richards looks pretty good for 1000
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I dunno, keith richards looks pretty good for 1000



Anyway, i was talking about quality of music, not looks, lol
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I dunno, keith richards looks pretty good for 1000

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On topic, I think the aging doesn't have as much to do as the musician's drive to improve.
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Dio is invincible.

I don't notice any difference in sound or looks from Heaven and Hell's new cd to Rainbow's Man On the Silver Mountain
#9
if you look at music videos of bands from the early nineties and compare them to their music videos today (i.e. rancid, offspring, etc) its weird how old they look.
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They cancelled the whole tour.
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McCartney is 67 and was nothing short of spectacular when I saw him live two days ago.
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It tends to do a bit to their voice, and in the case of Michael Stipe, turns them into a goat human hybrid.
#17
You'd think that either the booze or drugs would age them or if not that then the stress of touring/playing/everything else. I mean look at Wayne Static... he's 43 now.
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What about Lemmy? He's 63 and Motorhead are still as awesome as they ever were.
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You'd think that either the booze or drugs would age them or if not that then the stress of touring/playing/everything else. I mean look at Wayne Static... he's 43 now.


His hair is really thinning.
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lots of drugs and alcohol makes you age faster.


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#21
Yeah, it's funny, musician's career's kind of have their own envelope, if you will,(audio term) each one completely unique. Some start at their peak and then go downhill, some take a while to mature and reach their apex, others, rarely though, have a career that is pretty much solid for decades, with maybe a few ups and downs. (Clapton, woo!)
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Wayne static is still awesome on stage :p saw him last month and static x blew away all other bands on graspop! lets see if they are still that awesome when they are like
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Marilyn Manson was never good/good looking.


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#28
Robert Smiths age is really showing.
Nikki Sixx is ageing rather well though.
...In my opinion.
#30
Angus young is still doing everything on stage and hes 51 and smokes like everyday. I think thats pretty amazing, and not just saying it because hes my favorite player. And also, satriani ages well because you would never know if he was balding
#32
On one hand theres Chuck Billy, who has gotten better with age, but on the other hand, there's Tom Araya, who can't sing for nuts now.
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On one hand theres Chuck Billy, who has gotten better with age, but on the other hand, there's Tom Araya, who can't sing for nuts now.

Agree very much with Chuck statement, but could Tom Araya ever sing?
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#34
Bruce Dickinson is still just as good as in the 80's.
I'm kinda sad about Rob Halford. He is still a beast, but he can no longer pull those high notes in the concerts like he used to .
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Agree very much with Chuck statement, but could Tom Araya ever sing?

Show No Mercy. His vocal performance was fantastic.
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Bruce Dickinson is still just as good as in the 80's.
I'm kinda sad about Rob Halford. He is still a beast, but he can no longer pull those high notes in the concerts like he used to .


He's good, but a bit diferent.

Compare Rock Band version of Run To The Hills, really different, I like the old one better.
#37
Ozzy Osbourne sure went down the pipes with Down to earth. Most of those songs sound like him regretting something bad he had done.. Except for that bat a pigeon, but yeah.
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Ozzy Osbourne sure went down the pipes with Down to earth. Most of those songs sound like him regretting something bad he had done.. Except for that bat a pigeon, but yeah.

He was magnificent in Sabbath..
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oh yeah and Warrel Dane.
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#40
EDIT: ^What the tits?^

Seconding the Paul Masvidal. The guy is almost 40 and looks like he's 23.

And on-topic, Cynic's music got better with Traced in Air, imo.
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