#1
Who else listens to bush?

I gotta say there on of my top band's. There song's sound good, and they've got good lyric's.

I personally like The Chemicals Between Us, Glycerine, Machine Head, Everything Zen, and Comedown.
#2
Yeah, Bush is one of my favorite bands (As far as post-grunge bands go)
Those songs are pretty good, considering that Gavin Rossdale is an awesome singer. One of there better and probally most underated songs are Little Things and Testosterone. Actually, the whole Sixteen Stone album rocks.
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#3
i like them but they were just the next step into the crap of what we have today
#4
bush is awesome. Im was very disatisfied with Gavin Rosdales new band, institute..or somethign like that..

anyway, bush is awesome. great band, need more music like that these days.
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#7
They're okay for the occasional listen. Sixteen Stone is quite the album, actually.
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thats the first cd i ever bought. I used to like them, but I haven't listen to them in probably 5-6 years.
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#11
Sixteen stone rocks it, Everything Zen is a killer opening track
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#12
Gavin Rossdale could read a manual to a tv and make it sound sexy...yeah I like Bush.
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#14
I'm a little too focused on their singles as opposed to more lesser-known songs, I'll admit. But I have their first two albums and I give them quite some listening time. I'm listening to letting the cables sleep right now.

They're pretty good