#1
My vote would have to be for Tool and System Of A Down, since apparently they seem to be good friends in music.
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#2
Les Claypool and..... oh wait, hes collaborated with everyone!


Something like Incubus and like The Police would be sweet.
#3
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My vote would have to be for Tool and System Of A Down, since apparently they seem to be good friends in music.
EW EW EW. no ****ing way. just no. there is just no part of that that would work. as a Tool fan i would be horrified, appalled and honestly quite baffled if i heard they were going to collaborate with SOAD.
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EW EW EW. no ****ing way. just no. there is just no part of that that would work. as a Tool fan i would be horrified, appalled and honestly quite baffled if i heard they were going to collaborate with SOAD.


There is already evidence that they may...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5xKq0dphj0
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#7
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There is already evidence that they may...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5xKq0dphj0
my nets are being ****, im going to assume thats Serj guesting on Sober. that doesnt mean they will collaborate tho - if it did it'd mean that they're going to collaborate with the following artists:
Meshuggah
Fantomas
The Melvins
SOAD
Green Jelly
DragonForce
RATM
and many many more

to be honest, i dont see Tool ever doing any major collaborating.
#8
Old Metallica and Megadeth.......Cliff Burton, Dave Mustaine and Kirk Hammet playing together would make me cream my pants...
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#9
I think they should, especially with SOAD.

Just because you are one of those incredibly shallow people who hate any band that could possibly be called nu-metal, both Tool and SOAD are tops when it comes to making regular hard rock seem really awesome and different. A collaboration would only further their awesomeness.

as for meshuggah, rage and dragonforce, i dont think that'd work.
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I think they should, especially with SOAD.

Just because you are one of those incredibly shallow people who hate any band that could possibly be called nu-metal, both Tool and SOAD are tops when it comes to making regular hard rock seem really awesome and different. A collaboration would only further their awesomeness.

as for meshuggah, rage and dragonforce, i dont think that'd work.
i'm really hoping thats not a snide remark at my expense. not that i care what you think of me, but if people keep giving me reason to lose respect for them, i'll end up developing a messianic complex.

i think itd take a special kind of band to effectively collaborate with Tool, due to the way they write music, and i dont think SOAD would fit with that.
anywho, i think i'll go listen to some nu metal
#14
ive been wondering what a Tool/Ozrics collaboration would be like. one i'd love to see tho would be Tool & King Crimson. KC are one of the few bands i think could effectively collaborate with Tool, and vice versa
#15
The Smashing Pumpkins and Sonic Youth would be nice
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#16
I'd like to see a collaboration between Muse and Andrew Lloyd Webber. That would pretty much be the greatest and most epic musical project EVER.
#17
^ I might be wrong, but isn't ALW a musical writer? o_O
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^ I might be wrong, but isn't ALW a musical writer? o_O

Yep and he is awesome
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^ I might be wrong, but isn't ALW a musical writer? o_O
Indeed, he's made a name for himself of being synonymous with musical grandiosity and bombast. Just think of the Phantom of the Opera + Origin of Symmetry.


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#22
^ Would be pretty weird, no doubt. Personally I don't think it would be a good combo. ><
#23
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^ Would be pretty weird, no doubt. Personally I don't think it would be a good combo. ><

Most likely not. However, it'd be an interesting combo, to say the least.
#26
Slash and Primal Scream. I love the Scream and the guitar playing is fine but Slash would take it to another level.
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Slash and Primal Scream. I love the Scream and the guitar playing is fine but Slash would take it to another level.


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#30
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dream theater with who?


Dream Theater with Redemption. If those two hooked up, especially John Petrucci and Nick Van Dyk, they would probably create the best musically talented songs on earth.