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Discussion in 'Other Off Topic Forum' started by JSinNOLA, Mar 27, 2005.
Allman Bros for southern blues rock. Ah, those dreams that will never be...
NINE INCH NAILS?/ YOU GOT TO BE KIDDING............
Oh my god you like dream theater? HA HA!
Do you have a mullet?
Do you wear spandex pants and a fanny pack?
He can't do s h i t without an effects rack!
I can't belive nobody has mentioned Van Halen. Lyricaly they are thin..but you cannot deny the guitar work.
I listen to a lot of music types, anything from 50 Cent to Coldplay and Led Zeppelin, I love rock, probably my preferred music genre.
Audioslave. Awsome, I listen to that CD while lifting weights, doing homework, etc. Their disc was the first thing i put on my Ipod. I was watching the movie "Collateral" (sp?) and theirs this scene where Tom Cruise and Jamie Foxx are driving and the whole movie Jamie Foxx has been a little bit of the submissive type and in this scene hes starting to revolt against Cruise a little and starts driving faster and faster i his cab, sounds like a mediocre scene, but Audioslave is playing while all this is going on and IMO it just made the whole scene 100x better.
I was riding with my 15 y.o. this evening listening to Allman Bros Live at the Fillmore (or what ever it was called). Hard to believe how good they were.
Agreed, I rented Collateral without even knowing that this song was going to be in the film. Perfect placement. Really cool because it is a song that had almost zero radio play. It really fit with the theme they were going for in the flick.
Ah Uro, for one (or two) blurry, fuzzy, stoned-out-of-our-minds moments, a small band of cracker heepies actually thought we could change the world. Given Nixon, Vietnam, the SLS, the world was a pretty screwed up place when the Allman Bros came on the scene. This all sounds really dumb today, but we actually thought that a change was gonna come. Yeah, we were righteous back then. No job, no school, no drivers license, no insurance, no money. But with enough dope and hippie chicks, who needed any of that. Fortunately, there was plenty of that. Man, the stories that we could tell, if only we could remember them.
But it all came crashing down (sorry for the bad pun) by, say, 1976. Guns, Disco and Cocaine changed everything. Those of us who survived (and more than one or two didn't), cut our hair and became doctors, lawyers and indian chiefs.
But, again, for a very short while, the Bros made same great music. Perhaps some of the greatest rocking blues ever.
Dr "Waking up with da blues" Who
I like Def Leppard. If you listen to all the hair bands, Def Leppard sounds diffrent.
Rush is also one of my favorites. Almost every one of their songs is a story or has a meaning to it.
Aerosmith is my favorite of all time. You have to give credit to any band that can hang around for 30+ years. Plus, they are still making great music. Their last album, Honkin on Bobo, was (imo) one of their best. Right up there with Toys in the Attic.
But, I do want to go on record saying I would be happy if I never heard Crying, Crazy, or Amazing again. Actually, I could do without the whole Get A Grip album.
DT isnt like that........................ .. ... ... .. .
Even if they were, i'd still love theire music!
=w= eezer. rock. Hands down one of the (if not the) most influential rock bands from 94 on.
Also, I can't believe someone mentioned the Dead Milkmen... awesome awesome band, but not one you'd expect to see on a Ferrari message board!
agree, got their new cd?
favorite punk band = the hives
classic rock= vh, skynyrd
new band= jet
alternative= pearl jam
have to include the clash in there some where
The blue album and Pinkerton are freaking outstanding.
The new stuff is good but doesn't hold the same place in my heart. Those tunes bring back some good times.
Yes, saw them twice last week, too. It took a couple of listens for the new CD to really grow on me.... its very Pinkerton-esque. Caveat is that the couple bad songs are REALLY bad.
i got sweater song on right now. By far my favorite song.
bastard i wanted to go to those shows, but they sold out in like 10 mins each.
Yes! I think every single person in the world can relate to Pinkerton on some level. The Blue Album is... well... one of the best rock albums of all time.
Right on! I hosted the punk show on a college radio station for a summer. Until I got fired for missing a mandatory meeting. I was such a rebel.
lol... I used to sell tickets on the side, I'm pretty good at scoring seats.
They played almost every Blue Album song at both shows. I still remember seeing them at the Roseland about 5 years ago when they played, "You Gave Your Love to Me Softly" - *******!
Reminds me of something I read on someones sig on some board a long time ago...
"What's punk?" he asked.
I said "Punk isn't a kind of music, or a type of clothes, it's a way of life."
He didn't understand, so I kicked over a trash can, and said "That's punk".
Then he kicked over a trash can and said "That's punk?".
I said "No, that's trendy."
I have a rare Pennsylvanian sled dog.
I like that.
SLC Punk is such a great movie. I happened to see it around the time I took over that radio show and it helped me overcome the "I'm not punk enough to do this show, I will be taken for a total fraud" feelings that I had. I was playing a little bit newer stuff that I was into(lik Pennywise and NOFX) mixed in with all the "old school" stuff that the previous host played, and I took a phone call the first night off the air and the guy told me that what I was playing sucked. But then a few weeks later a chick asked me about my station TShirt and asked me if I knew the guy who does the punk show cause "He's my favorite DJ."
There went one of my "fifteen minutes".