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#1
For me its
Possum Kingdom by The Toadies
Alternative Girl by Reel Big Fish
and
Beer by Reel Big Fish

inb4 i cum blood
Last edited by cwl at Oct 25, 2008,
#3
blink 182 **** a dog... seriously
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IIIIfb * KARKOLI * ytIIII(mostly rock... a little funky, a little hard just the way you want it )
#4
Tnt.
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#5
Some Kind of Monster.

I had only heard the intro riff; little did I know it was the only riff.
#7
The Living End - Prisoner of Society and Second Solution
I did not get my Spaghetti-O's, I got spaghetti. I want the press to know this.
Executed by injection, Oklahoma.
~~ Thomas J. Grasso, d. March 20, 1995.


Lyrics/Poetry

Fires Burning
#8
Technical Difficulties.
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#9
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Some Kind of Monster.

I had only heard the intro riff; little did I know it was the only riff.

10 Points to Gryffindor! Sorry, I mean Renka!
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#11
My Hero by the Foo Fighters
and pretty much every Nirvana song i heard during my Nirvana phase lol
DOWN WITH THIS SORT OF THING
and
CAREFUL NOW


No man needs a holiday more than the man who has just had one.
#13
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10 Points to Gryffindor! Sorry, I mean Renka!

Thanks.

I don't get the reference (?), but thanks.
#15
Quote by cwl

inb4 i cum blood


ur the friggin TS of course your in b4 i cum blood.

bold as love by jimi hendrix
good times bad times by led zeppelin
siva by smashing pumpkins
dirt by phish
loser by beck
mr brownstone by GnR
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I have trained a live tarantula to calm and sit on my guitar due to the awesome powers of my rocking. When I am not playing it angrily bounces about my room hitting everything that isn't me.



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#16
Probably the Arctic Monkeys first album in general, I still haven't got round to making a band yet though
#17
Our lady of sorrows -MCR

*engages flame shield*
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Denny Crane.

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touche vman, touche

mate. feed. kill. repeat.
#18
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Thanks.

I don't get the reference (?), but thanks.

Lucky you

Gryffindor = Harry Potter's school house team. Every time they get house points someone shouts '10 POINTS TO GRYFFINDOR!'


Also, it's mentioned in an episode of Metalocalypse that Skwisgaar was once in a band named 'Ten Points To Gryffindor!'
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#19
...And Justice For All


and a few days ago me and my friend completed Justice all the way through.... not a hard song at all
#20
Quote by Cobain_Is_King
Lucky you

Gryffindor = Harry Potter's school house team. Every time they get house points someone shouts '10 POINTS TO GRYFFINDOR!'


Also, it's mentioned in an episode of Metalocalypse that Skwisgaar was once in a band named 'Ten Points To Gryffindor!'

How peculiar.

On a more serious note, Walk had a big impact on my due to how earthshatteringly awesome I felt when I first played that riff on my brother's Behringer.
#21
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...And Justice For All


and a few days ago me and my friend completed Justice all the way through.... not a hard song at all

on Rock Band?
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#22
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Probably the Arctic Monkeys first album in general, I still haven't got round to making a band yet though


I started a band based around the Arctic Monkeys first album, after a few weeks I realised they were actually pretty dire so we decided to copy another band ... if I could go back in time and punch my 13 year old self in the face I would.
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#23
oh man well...

Mine where my nirvana AND Children Of Bodom Phases...

Yeah weird combo but i like em both alot.
#24
smells like teen spirit.

my guitar noobery phase coincided with my nirvana phase
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#25
Dream Theater... period

well and marillion neverland
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#26
Pretty much anything that came out of Seattle in the early 90s. Oh, and Blind Melon.
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#28
well i think i first became interested in guitar after back to the future, the band try out scene and obviously the johnny b goode scene at the end.

i first wanted a band when i saw judas priest play living after midnight and the green manalishi and black sabbath play paranoid on my dad's live aid dvd
#29
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well i think i first became interested in guitar after back to the future, the band try out scene and obviously the johnny b goode scene at the end.

i first wanted a band when i saw judas priest play living after midnight and the green manalishi and black sabbath play paranoid on my dad's live aid dvd

Pisses you off, doesn't it? My dad got to see Black Sabbath after the Master of Reality album was released, and got to see Ozzy with Randy. All our generation gets is the charicature of the former great Ozzy, a bunch of old wrinkly bastards. Baby boomers have no right to complain about anything.
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#30
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Pisses you off, doesn't it? My dad got to see Black Sabbath after the Master of Reality album was released, and got to see Ozzy with Randy. All our generation gets is the charicature of the former great Ozzy, a bunch of old wrinkly bastards. Baby boomers have no right to complain about anything.

+1

I would have loved to see Ozzy and Randy, I doubt I would even bother seeing Ozzy now.
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#31
Say it aint so by weezer. so easy but still such a good chill song. and since im a bassist i always liked the intro to calm like a bomb by RATM. No one can play the guitar for it though
I got my own life to live,
I'm the one that's going to die
when its time for me to die.
So let me live my life
the way i want to.
-Jimi Hendrix, If 6 was 9
#32
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+1

I would have loved to see Ozzy and Randy, I doubt I would even bother seeing Ozzy now.

I wouldn't have bothered seeing Ozzy after Randy died at all. That was his last claim to fame as far as I'm concerned: Discovering Randy. Hell, even his early solo career wasn't much compared to his tenure in Black Sabbath. No Bone Movies? What kinda lame idea for a song is that?
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#33
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I wouldn't have bothered seeing Ozzy after Randy died at all. That was his last claim to fame as far as I'm concerned: Discovering Randy. Hell, even his early solo career wasn't much compared to his tenure in Black Sabbath. No Bone Movies? What kinda lame idea for a song is that?

It's probably my least favourite song off Blizzard of Ozz. Steal Away the Night is much better, and it wasn't even on the original pressing!
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#34
Quote by Cobain_Is_King
It's probably my least favourite song off Blizzard of Ozz. Steal Away the Night is much better, and it wasn't even on the original pressing!

Well, in Black Sabbath I actually enjoyed his work. I thought Black Sabbath was one of those bands where you're interested in what everyone in the band is doing. Ozzy was doing a good job (Partially because he wasn't allowed to write lyrics, cause he writes about porn.) Bill did a FANTASTIC job as a drummer, Geezer was great, and Tony was also awesome.

Ozzy's solo career? Shut the hell up Ozzy.. actually, make the drummer quit, too. Can we just get an instrumental album, please?
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#35
Quote by Jack Off Jill
Well, in Black Sabbath I actually enjoyed his work. I thought Black Sabbath was one of those bands where you're interested in what everyone in the band is doing. Ozzy was doing a good job (Partially because he wasn't allowed to write lyrics, cause he writes about porn.) Bill did a FANTASTIC job as a drummer, Geezer was great, and Tony was also awesome.

Ozzy's solo career? Shut the hell up Ozzy.. actually, make the drummer quit, too. Can we just get an instrumental album, please?

His first solo line up were a bunch of pretty boys just there to look good, as was Randy to start with, but he actually had talent, unlike the other 3.
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#37
Holy wars.. the punishment due- Megadeth

just because its amazing
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These don't sound like very good ambitions when driving...Judas Priest makes people want to go 200 mph, and Realm of Chaos is now an album for ramming shit. You are dangerous, dangerous people.

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#38
Quote by Jack Off Jill
Pretty much anything that came out of Seattle in the early 90s.

This.

Nirvana especially. My band is a 3 piece Guitar/Vocals, Bass, Drums, in their style.

I even call the drummer Dave on stage, cause of "Gallons of Rubbing Alcohol Flow Through the Strip," where Kurt yells suddenly, "Hey Dave! Think of a good one!" followed by about 20 seconds of quiet, and Grohl's near silent voice yelling, "Girls in trouble?"

I'm a geek.
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