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10-25-2012, 12:25 AM
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This stuff is whack.

The lead singer, El Duce, claimed Courtney Love offered him $50K to murder Kurt Cobain and make it look like a suicide. Just look at all the songs by The Mentors. You can tell by all their titles that they are ill in the head. I would call this genre "warped metal". It doesn't gross me out, but I can't imagine women like these songs.



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Don't know if you guys would like this but whatever

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listen to radio just now and one of my all time favorite songs comes while I click to THIS thread.

Aerosmith - Dream On

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Last chance to vote on the best albums of 2000-2009

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10-25-2012, 09:16 AM
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Last chance to vote on the best albums of 2000-2009
What greatest hits albums came out during that time, lol. Seriously, probably Black Eyed Peas The E.N.D., that album was huge.

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They shut down the only decent radio station out here, our version of Q101 back when Q101 was actually good... and sadly, there isn't even anything similar to it. There is one station that plays a few songs the one I liked would play, but it's mostly filled with sissy rock songs that are garbage.

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I personally would need a list of options, I couldn't come up with one on my own and too lazy to do the research....

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What greatest hits albums came out during that time, lol. Seriously, probably Black Eyed Peas The E.N.D., that album was huge.
Just a shot in the dark here, but my guess would be a Muse or Radiohead album takes #1... at least on this site. Not thinking there is a huge Black Eyed Peas following here, but could be wrong.

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10-25-2012, 12:10 PM
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Best "radio" station out there IMO.

Unfortunately, its from Philly.

http://www.ynotradio.net/

No commercials, no nothing. Its a stream. The actual station shut down in 2005 or something, but this is a tribute to that one.

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10-28-2012, 09:39 PM
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god of wine by third eye blind is pretty good. Im a bit surprised they can make stuff that good

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lol anyone ever think about the song pepper by butthole surfers. Like really thought bout it. Its a hilarious song. XD

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Love the Butthole Surfers. Who remembers this one?


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10-31-2012, 02:25 PM
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While I haven't read all 11 pages, I did read most of them. I'm surprised there isn't as many for Deep Purple. My top 5 are Beatles, Deep Purple, CCR, Led Zeppelin and Skynyrd.

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While I haven't read all 11 pages, I did read most of them. I'm surprised there isn't as many for Deep Purple. My top 5 are Beatles, Deep Purple, CCR, Led Zeppelin and Skynyrd.
Love me some Zeppelin.

I feel like Hendrix and Zeppelin are the two music faces that didn't reach their potential and had so much room to really impact the industry. Zeppelin had the drummer die and stopped in his honor and Jimi died at 27. Just imagine if they were allowed more time. There would be so many more amazing pieces of music to continue to listen to forever.

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11-01-2012, 01:38 PM
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Love me some Zeppelin.

I feel like Hendrix and Zeppelin are the two music faces that didn't reach their potential and had so much room to really impact the industry. Zeppelin had the drummer die and stopped in his honor and Jimi died at 27. Just imagine if they were allowed more time. There would be so many more amazing pieces of music to continue to listen to forever.
There are a lot of music faces that didn't reach their potential.

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11-01-2012, 02:49 PM
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Right now listening to the following:

Of Monsters and Men
Florence + The Machine
Grizzly Bear
Miike Snow
Margot and the Nuclear So and So's
The xx

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11-02-2012, 06:40 AM
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five finger death punch is what I really enjoy right now... and KoRn

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Love me some Zeppelin.

I feel like Hendrix and Zeppelin are the two music faces that didn't reach their potential and had so much room to really impact the industry. Zeppelin had the drummer die and stopped in his honor and Jimi died at 27. Just imagine if they were allowed more time. There would be so many more amazing pieces of music to continue to listen to forever.
I do think that Hendrix is one of the 3 most tragic early music deaths this century. If I had to pick a top 3 it'd be

1. Hendrix (27 drugs)
2. Freddy Mercury (45 AIDS)
3. Otis Redding (26 plane crash)

All of them had so much more to give musically. Just a real shame.

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11-02-2012, 02:26 PM
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I do think that Hendrix is one of the 3 most tragic early music deaths this century. If I had to pick a top 3 it'd be

1. Hendrix (27 drugs)
2. Freddy Mercury (45 AIDS)
3. Otis Redding (26 plane crash)

All of them had so much more to give musically. Just a real shame.
Good choices. If I picked three, it would probably be:

1. Jim Morrison (27, drugs...?) / Jimi Hendrix - Yeah, I mean, I can't disagree on Hendrix but I think you throw Morrison in there with him too, these guys were so ahead of the curve creatively, it's scary. I can't imagine what it was like to see this **** come out back in the 60's. It holds up great today and always will.
2. Ronnie Van Zant (29) / Steve Gaines (28) Plane Crash- Gaines was just coming into his own, this band was so talented, would have had serious staying power, just so sad it ended so soon. I believe they'd be coming out with great albums even now if they were still alive / together. This band had the worst luck of all time. They didn't always help themselves with it either. Van Zant was so impressed by Gaines that he saw him eventually taking over as the leader of the band and Van Zant welcomed the idea. That's how talented this guy was, the best artist you never knew.
***If you like guitar, especially slide guitar (my favorite), youtube "Lynyrd Skynyrd 1977 T for Texas" This concert was black and white but excellent sound quality, holy ****ing **** could Gaines shred. I listen to this **** all the time.
3. Tammi Terrell (24, brain tumor)- For my money, the best to come out of motown was Gaye/Terrell, amazing singers with amazing chemsitry, fit together so well. Both died in horrible ways.

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11-02-2012, 02:55 PM
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Also, what might be the most tragic early musical death is one that I didn't include because it happened over 2 centuries ago but Mozart died at 35.


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11-02-2012, 02:59 PM
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listen to radio just now and one of my all time favorite songs comes while I click to THIS thread.

Aerosmith - Dream On
Aersomith, so many great songs, favorites are Back in the Saddle (Perfection all the way around, love this ****ing song, definitely my favorite of theirs), Train Kept A-Rollin' (They didn't write it but they sure played the hell out of it) and Rag Doll (for Perry's slide alone).

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I am a pretty well-versed classic rock fan, but never got into Aerosmith. Just don't think their music is all that special.

Kind of odd that I have not seen Pink Floyd mentioned that much in this thread. It may just be me not paying attention or skimming through the thread though.

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11-02-2012, 04:14 PM
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Recently have been listening to the music I grew up with - Everclear, Blink, Linkin Park, System of a Down, Red Hots...

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I am a pretty well-versed classic rock fan, but never got into Aerosmith. Just don't think their music is all that special.

Kind of odd that I have not seen Pink Floyd mentioned that much in this thread. It may just be me not paying attention or skimming through the thread though.
i totally agree on aerosmith. Never been much of a fan.

pink floyd is probably too out there for a lot of people.

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It is for me. LOVE Skynyrd, not into Floyd at all.

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