#1
hey pit, just wondering.
Do you get sad when you listen to a band that has dead members in it? Especially if it's the frontman, knowing you'll never get to see/hear the band/frontman ever?

I certainly do.
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#2
Joy Division. The lyrics don't really help either.
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as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
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#4
Only if I'm in a particularly soppy mood anyway. Like A7x (flameshield on), sometimes the Rev's voice just makes me think that someone who played such a massive part in one of my favourite bands is just gone, and it really hits me.
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#5
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#6
Sort of/not really. Crashdiet is one of a few bands which had members that died. I can't say it makes me melancholy or anything when I listen to their music though...not particularly...
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#7
Fiction by A7X makes me sad.

Actually that whole album makes me sad.
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#8
aside from john lennon, no not really. very few musicians i hear i consider irreplaceable.
#9
Not really unless it's someone who I REALLY liked or died recently. On that note anything I see with Ryan Dunn in it still makes me sad.
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#10
I do when i listen to Johnny Cash
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#11
not particularly. If the song I'm listening to is sad, then sure, but the fact that one of the band members is dead doesn't really make me sad.
#12
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not particularly. If the song I'm listening to is sad, then sure, but the fact that one of the band members is dead doesn't really make me sad.



what if it's both?
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#13
It makes me more sad when I listen to bands like Iron Maiden or Megadeth and remember that most people my age don't even know a Led Zeppelin song when they hear it.
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#14
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I do when i listen to Johnny Cash


actually i'll second that

his cover of that nine inch nails song was depressing as fuck
#15
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It makes me more sad when I listen to bands like Iron Maiden or Megadeth and remember that most people my age don't even know a Led Zeppelin song when they hear it.


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#16
Depends on the band.

Kevin Gilbert-yes
Zeppelin-no

Not that I like one more than the other. Just when tragedy outweighs how much a band rocks, I'll be briefly sad about it.
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#17
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what if it's both?

If it's both then the subject of the lyrics and circumstances of death are important. If the person killed themselves or overdosed, and the song pertained to those subjects and/or of the mental state of the song writer, then the fact that the person is dead would make me a bit sad.
#18
I got really sad when Dio passed. I was a fan for years and he seemed like a really cool guy aside from him, not really since most died before I even got into the bands (metallica, ramones, etc). If Jack White or Tony Iomi died then I would definitely feel affected.
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I got really sad when Dio passed. I was a fan for years and he seemed like a really cool guy aside from him, not really since most died before I even got into the bands (metallica, ramones, etc). If Jack White or Tony Iomi died then I would definitely feel affected.



yeah i feel you there

for me, if eddie vedder died...
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#21
It's worst when it's like this:

*Finds cool song from band I've never heard before*
"Hmm this band is pretty cool"
*Wikis*
"Split up in 2004 after death of frontman X"

;_;
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#22
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It's worst when it's like this:

*Finds cool song from band I've never heard before*
"Hmm this band is pretty cool"
*Wikis*
"Split up in 2004 after death of frontman X"

;_;


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