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Postby cmlasley » Thu Feb 08, 2007 8:55 pm

mikesolt wrote:Any RHCP fans out there.


I like the Peppers, but (gasp, blasphemy) I only like everything after Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic.
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Postby Solty » Thu Feb 08, 2007 9:01 pm

cmlasley wrote:
mikesolt wrote:Any RHCP fans out there.


I like the Peppers, but (gasp, blasphemy) I only like everything after Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic.


its kewl.....:)...im not a hater
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Postby Thatdirtykid » Thu Feb 08, 2007 11:43 pm

for the comment being only new RHCP, i am quite the oppisite. I think their new stuff sounds less origional and more like everything else theyve done.
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Postby cmlasley » Fri Feb 09, 2007 8:21 am

I like the Pepper's lineup with Frusciante more than Navarro, and particularly the post-Navarro Frusciante.
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Postby garublador » Fri Feb 09, 2007 8:53 am

cmlasley wrote:
mikesolt wrote:Any RHCP fans out there.


I like the Peppers, but (gasp, blasphemy) I only like everything after Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic.


As long as you know it's blasphemy then it's OK. ;)

Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic is one of my favorite all time albums. I got it as a birthday present in jr. high from my two best friends at the time. It's also one of the first CD's I owned and every time I listen to it I have one of those, "I forgot how good this is" moments.

I'm in the "little bit of everyting except country" category. I'm sure if I were to buy a Johnny Cash CD I'd be happy and listen to it, though. Stuff like that is just never high engough on my list for me to actually buy it. Since high school I've gone through grunge, hip-hop, industrial, jazz, ska and punk phases. I was pretty heavy into jazz band in high school, so that was a pretty strong influence on me. It's fun going through A Tribe Called Quest songs and picking out all of the jazz samples they used.

I'm a pretty big fan of comedic music like Frank Zappa, Tenatious D, Stephen Lynch, Mojo Nixon and especally Weird Al. It has to be good, though. Just being funny isn't enough.

I'm never really that excited to post a list of my favorite bands because I know I'll leave some out, but here's a quick stab at it:

Weird Al
The Aquabats
Stephen Lynch
FZ
Early Metallica
Pre "Make Believe" Weezer
Phish
Pre "Brown Album" Primus (haven't heard their new stuff)
Led Zepplin
The Beatles
The Who
MU330
Incubus
Johnny Socko
Devo
Freddy Hubbard
Dizzy Gallespie
Miles Davis
Billy Cobham (buy "Spectrum" and be amazed!)
Beastie Boys
Public Enemy
Cake
RATM
The White Stripes
James Brown
Jimi Hendrix
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Postby uNicedmeMan » Fri Feb 09, 2007 8:57 am

yea
weezer hasn't been the same since pinkerton
the blue album and pinkerton were badass enough to earn my respect forever :D
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Postby kvanorsdel » Fri Feb 09, 2007 10:26 am

Growing up I was lucky enough that my brother was 10 yrs older than me and my sister was 8 yrs older than me so I was introduced to a lot of alternative college radio bands early on. My brother was a college DJ for a long time so I was really into a lot of different music, I was always the wierd kids in school because I didn't listen to mainstream pop

My list would include the following

Uncle Tupelo >
Wilco >
Jeff Tweedy
Son Volt >
Jay Farrar

The Replacements>
Paul Westerberg

Jayhawks
Golden Smog


Elliot Smith

Husker Du>
Sugar>
Bob Mould

The Sidewinders
Pixies
Fugazi
Bad Brains
REM
U2
Del Amitri
Rave Ups
Fetchin Bones

Bob Marley
Jimmy Cliff
Lucky Dube
Peter Tosh
The Wailers
Black Uhuru

Right now I'm really digging the XM radio channel Lucy it plays a lot of stuff I loved while growing up.
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Postby adidadg » Fri Feb 09, 2007 10:45 am

im not exactly a music geek or anything but i know what i like, heres a list...

At the drive in
Mars Volta
Modest Mouse
Interpol
Beastie Boys
The Strokes
Placebo
RATM
88 FIngers louie
Good Riddance
Bad Religion
Sparta (first album only...)
Pink Floyd
Bob Marley
Radiohead
Refused
Face to Face
Dredg
The Music
Social Distortion

a bunch more i cant really think of right now....
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Postby cmlasley » Fri Feb 09, 2007 10:49 am

adidadg wrote:im not exactly a music geek or anything but i know what i like, heres a list...


Nice list, All Day.
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Postby bigs348 » Fri Feb 09, 2007 11:24 am

I guess I'll attempt a list...

Bob Dylan
Elliott Smith
Radiohead
Eric Clapton (especially early: Yardbirds, Blind Faith, Cream, Derek & the Dominoes)
Damien Rice
The Who
Wilco
Bright Eyes
David Bowie
Howie Day
Iron and Wine
Johnny Cash
The Police
Tom Rush
Rage Against the Machine
Coldplay
Frank Sinatra
The Kinks
The Beatles
Led Zeppelin
David Gray
Dashboard Confessional (the first couple years. The new stuff is pretty terrible.)
Pink Floyd (if only for Dark Side)

Plenty of others that I don't listen to quite enough to actually list.
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Postby MR. WICK » Fri Feb 09, 2007 11:54 am

This is what I rock out to:

PANTERA
SLAYER
Guns n Roses
Poison
Hatebreed
Agnostic Front
Vision of Disorder
Minor Threat
The Pixies
Operation Ivy
Metalica
Jay - Z
Beastie Boys
Social Distortion
Billy Joel
Bullet for my valentine
Black Sabbath
Ozzy
Quiet Riot
Damage Plan
Down
Slipknot
Beck
Sublime
Bob Marley
Godsmack
Rage against the machine
Skynard
Ted Nugent
Strapping Young Lad
Beatles
that's all I can think of off the top of my head but I've got a pretty large variety. Yes I wore all black in high school and had long hair.
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Postby Blake_T » Fri Feb 09, 2007 1:12 pm

kvanorsdel wrote:My list would include the following

Uncle Tupelo >
Wilco >
Jeff Tweedy
Son Volt >
Jay Farrar

The Replacements>
Paul Westerberg

Jayhawks
Golden Smog


Elliot Smith

Husker Du>
Sugar>
Bob Mould

The Sidewinders
Pixies
Fugazi
Bad Brains
REM
U2
Del Amitri
Rave Ups
Fetchin Bones

Bob Marley
Jimmy Cliff
Lucky Dube
Peter Tosh
The Wailers
Black Uhuru

Right now I'm really digging the XM radio channel Lucy it plays a lot of stuff I loved while growing up.


kvanorsdel:

you have been penalized 20 points for failing to include american music club, throwing muses, the blake babies, the violent femmes, and the sugarcubes in your list of college radio all-stars 1987-1991.

you have been penalized 5 points for failing to include the grant heart/nova mob in the husker du subcategory, and 5 more points for no-breakdown of pixies off-shoots.

trip shakespeare would have been worth 5 extra credit points. king missle and the dead milkmen would have been worth 3 points each.
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Postby redspexxx » Fri Feb 09, 2007 1:24 pm

richard cheese. seen the new dawn of the dead movie? this guy is amazing...
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Postby cmlasley » Fri Feb 09, 2007 1:24 pm

Blake_T wrote:the violent femmes,


That was all you could hear around here for several years on college radio.

Any Neutral Milk Hotel fans here? Sort of a modern Violent Femmes. Very lo-fi sound with catchy little hooks.
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Postby garublador » Fri Feb 09, 2007 1:26 pm

redspexxx wrote:richard cheese. seen the new dawn of the dead movie? this guy is amazing...


I have one of his CD's coming in the mail. I'm assuming I'll be buying more soon, too.
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