I'm just a little curious what everybody likes so just put in a couple of great songs. I'll start it too i love playing Invaders by Iron Maiden and Innocence Faded by Dream Theater. so lets hear what you guys love
Money by Pink Floyd is hella groovy.
The will to neither strive nor cry,
The power to feel with others give.
Calm, calm me more; nor let me die
Before I have begun to live.

-Matthew Arnold

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I love playing Time is Running out by Muse, even though it's simple, and Seek and Destroy by Metallica usually makes me smile the whole way through
Enter sandman.

Ridulously easy but it sounds great.

And metal noobs love you.
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Blu bop-victor wooten
Classical thump-victor wooten
master of puppets-metallica
Sin city-ac dc
pinball wizard-the who
Higher ground-rhcp
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I don't really understand why basses have 24 frets, I mean, I've never seen a bassist playing more than the 12 fret.

My Gear-
Warwick Double Buck
Epiphone EB0
GK MB 210
Fender Rumble
can't stop by the chilli peppers. love playiung it live. so much energy
Fender '51 Precision Bass
Hofner Verythin LTD Edition Guitar in Walnut w/ Bigsby
Engelhardt ES9 Upright Bass
1968 Trayner YBA 1A MK II Amp
w/ 6x10 cabinet

Money- Floyd
Remember Tomorrow -Maiden
The Trooper -Maiden
Megalomaniac - Incubus
Come Together- Beatles
Santeria - Sublime
Breaking the Law - Judas Priest
The Pot- Tool

etc. etc.

Ibanez Soundgear 300 DX
Digitech BP 80
Ibanez SW 20 / Ampeg BA 115
Squire Affinity Strat
Line 6 Spider IV 15
Sublime-Santeria is the most fun song to play

edit: also Charlie-RHCP
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Definitely "Mary the Ice Cube" by Primus. I can really only play the intro, but man it's fun.
The first guitar solo (James') in Master of Puppets, but played on bass is ****ing cool. And it isn't hard to learn either. Ytse Jam by Dream Theater is also fun and not very hard
aeroplane by the chilis is pretty kick-ass
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I like playing John Myung's Solar Groove, Spongebob Squarepants, Schism by Tool, Erotomania by Dream Theater, and Inna Gadda da Vida.
Flea isn't that hard but it's fun to play. There's just so much energy to all of there songs like Can't Stop or Around the World. Also Love Thing by Stu Hamm is awesome, and when I just feel pretty when I play it. I feel pretty, Oh so pretty, I feel pretty, and witty and GAAAAYYY, and I pity, any girl who isn't me today.
Happy Jack. You can play half of it with one hand. Great for watching TV.
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Can't Touch This by MC Hammer

Ya that is like one of the best basslines ever created, along with Thriller/Michael Jackson
Oh and that er disco inferno one too is pretty funky
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kuru speak like a child is pretty fun. although i can't play it very well, but its still awesome.
the entire slow part of master of puppets on bass is insane.
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The Four Horsemen by Metallica is insanely fun to play, and so are some of the bass lines in La Villa Strangiato by Rush.
I love playing the main guitar riff to The Adventure by Angels and Airwaves on my bass. Anything by Coheed and Cambria is great to play too. And Muse. Any Muse. I'm really liking Hypermusic and Stockholm Syndrome at the moment for funn-ness.
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Anytime I'm not playing anything specific, everything comes back to Money.
Best bassline in the world, no doubt, whatsoever.

But I do love any RATM. So groovy, so amazing.
The bass line in "Can't Touch This" was taken from the song "Super Freak" written by Rick James.

The bass part for Sliver is neat.
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Arnt the first few things anyone learns on a guitar is

1. Nirvana - smells like teen spirit
2. Prince - Smoke on the water
3. White stripes - seven nation army

^ lol