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Old 18 October 2009, 17:01
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Chicago's Greatest Hits 40th anniversary edition. Untill These guys, along with Rush enter the Rock and Roll HOF, it's nothing but a building with some cheap memorabilia.
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Old 18 October 2009, 18:43
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Kris Kristofferson - This Old Road
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Old 18 October 2009, 18:53
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Rick Astley - Never gonna give you up.
LOL. It doesn't take very much nowadays to get re-directed to that video. I love it when people get "Rick-rolled".

The "great old bands" are what everybody gets started on at a young age, even to this day. When I was in high school, it was mostly Led Zepplin, Doors, ect. I just got tired of listening to that stuff all the time, so I moved on. I also got tired Nine Inch Nails and Nirvana, believe it or not. I like to hear new stuff, and there is still a lot of good stuff out there.

Some more examples would be Audioslave and Foo Fighters, which have put out some of the best music of the past decade.
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Old 19 October 2009, 06:13
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Old 19 October 2009, 07:58
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I'm with you, but these kids call it that. BTW you forgot The Doors.
Heck, I forgot lots of bands... I just listed some of those that are considered early "Heavy Metal" to stay with the subject of the thread. Actual playlist I am currently listening to includes:

The Who
Led Zeppelin
Ike & Tina Turner
Police
James Taylor
Tesla
Fleetwood Mac
George Thorogood
John Lennon
Rush
The Rutles
J Geils Band
Grand Funk
The Irish Rovers
Kinks
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Johnny Cash
James Gang
Kiss
Robert Palmer
Lynard Skynard
Harry Chapin
Jan & Dean
Argent
Queen
Jefferson Airplane
McCoys
Wings
U2
Louis Armstrong
Allman Brothers
Rod Stewart
David Bowie
Simon & Garfunkal
Roy Orbison
George Harrison
Jimi Hendrix
The Clash
Santana
Jimmy Buffett
Voodoo Glow Skulls
Van Halen
Journey
BB King
Clapton
Marvin Gaye
Sly & the Family Stone
Tom Petty
Stevie Nicks
Led Zeppelin
Glenn Frey
Shocking Blue
Ray Charles
Steely Dan
The Guess Who
Supertramp
Stray Cats
Warren Zevon
The Troggs
The Eagles
The Beatles
Guns 'n' Roses
John Lee Hooker
The Beach Boys
Los Lobos
Fats Domino
Joe Cocker
Grateful Dead
Johnny and the Hurricanes
Yes
Tom & Jerry
Dave Loggins
Todd Rundgren
Blue Oyster Cult
The Doors
Billy Swan
Paul Simon
The Drifters
Joe Walsh
Rolling Stones
Aretha Franklin
Neil Young
Steve Miller Band
Yes
Men at Work
ELO
Jackson Browne
Ozzy Osbourne
Steve Miller B|and
Sugarloaf
Stephen Stills
Heart
John Lee Hooker
Bob Dylan
Jim Croce
Billy Joel
Duane Eddy
Charlie Daniels
Pat Benatar
Ted Nugent
Pink Floyd
King Crimson
Edgar Winter Group
Jethro Tull
Temptations
INXS
Elton John
Nazareth
Pearl Jam
Gipsy Kings
Everly Brothers
The Searchers
T Rex
Rod Stewart
John Cougar Mellancamp
Little Richard
Chuck Berry
Buddy Holly
Traffic
Bloodrock
Styx
Free
Gary Moore
The Hollies
The Four Tops
Talking Heads
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Moody Blues
Chicago
The Romantics
The Pretenders
Pat Boone
Steppenwolf
Meatloaf
Kansas
Foreigner
Nirvana
Whitesnake
Steve Vai
Elvis Presley
Iron Butterfly
Aerosmith
Blondie
Mountain
Metallica
Prince
Queensryche
Johnny Horton
Righteous Brothers
ZZ Top
Joe Walsh

and that's about half the playlist....
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Old 19 October 2009, 08:26
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Well if i list ALL the stuff i'm currently listening to:

Metal:

Meshuggah
Gojira
Metallica (yeah, the first 5)
Pantera
Sepultura (Chaos AD)
Slayer

Shred:

Vai
Satriani
Eric Johnson
and most of all Buckethead!!

Jazz:
Kurt Rosenwinkel
Miles Davis
John Coltrane
Ornette Coleman
Freddie Hubbard
Joe Pass
Pat Metheny
Pat Martino

Fusion:
Mahavishnu Orchestra
Tony Williams Lifetime

And LOTS of Frank Zappa
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Old 19 October 2009, 08:38
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Well if i list ALL the stuff i'm currently listening to:

... (snip) ...

And LOTS of Frank Zappa

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Old 19 October 2009, 10:50
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Brian Eno's "Prophecy Theme" from Dune. I can listen to that forever!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mgcyxb6q7vo
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Old 19 October 2009, 12:59
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I just heard this song on Sirius this morning; then I looked it up on YouTube. It's the best song/video I've seen/heard in quite some time, with perhaps the exception of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. I don't know how I'd experience new music if it weren't for satellite radio- regular radio is so homogeneous and boring now it's astounding.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OK8oO...eature=related
What Sirius channel was this on?
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Old 19 October 2009, 13:05
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You guys should check out Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band.. they fucking rule. It's only 3 people, but they sound like a much bigger band. I saw them open of Clutch (another awesome band) and they were able to really get the crowd going... the washboard player lit it on fire at the end of the show.

Three of my favorites

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CvFpcUpmc0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tc0rtQbvwhk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvfZCP9Wpmw
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Old 19 October 2009, 13:09
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What Sirius channel was this on?
Alt Nation. Probably also on what used to be Left of Center. It was replaced by it's XM equivalent and renamed.
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Old 19 October 2009, 17:15
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My music has been falling into 1 of 3 categories lately, most either country, southern rock, or Irish punk rock.

I'm big into alternative country;

Corey Smith
Drive By Truckers
Randy Rogers Band
Floord (They're a great unsigned band out of Nashville)
Shooter Jennings
NickelCreek
Cross Canadian Ragweed
Et al...

My southern rock tastes lean towards the bluesy stuff, at least for now.

Allman Brothers
Marshall Tucker Band
Ozark Mountain Daredevils
Black Crowes
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Molly Hatchet
38 Special

Irish Rock/Classic stuff is pretty good if you like eccentric music. Most of my buddies give me shit over this stuff.

Bloody Irish Boys
Flogging Molly
The Dubliners
Enter the Haggis
The Mahones
The Pogues
The Tossers
Dropkick Murphy's
The Young Dubliners
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Old 19 October 2009, 17:42
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Old 19 October 2009, 22:26
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Yanni and Liberace with a intermittent Kenny G respite...
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Old 19 October 2009, 23:48
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THE SWORD!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iL7ndxWgW5A

MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFfmyXATvQw

WARREN FUCKING ZEVON!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5puAN1PGQw
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Here's my latest favorite: Five Finger Death Punch

Think of Rob Zombie crossed with Live crossed with Pantera....and they harmonize, write, and sing really well. I'd love to see them live.

I have really varied musical tastes, bordering on strange. Love everything but country, and some jazz doesn't appeal to me. I bought a new car a few months ago and loaded up the CD changer and trunk with a stack of CDs that made my son roll his eyes:

Warren Zevon
Elton John
Love and Rockets
The X-Clan
Jimmy's Chicken Shack
Smile Empty Soul
Soundtrack from "Rent" (fuck you guys; it's great musical theater)
Guns & Roses
Verve Pipe
Stone Temple Pilots
Dr. Dre's The Chronic
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Old 28 October 2009, 22:24
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Soundtrack from "Rent" (fuck you guys; it's great musical theater)
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Old 28 October 2009, 22:45
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Heck, I forgot lots of bands... I just listed some of those that are considered early "Heavy Metal" to stay with the subject of the thread. Actual playlist I am currently listening to includes:

The Who
Led Zeppelin
Ike & Tina Turner
Police
James Taylor
Tesla
Fleetwood Mac
George Thorogood
John Lennon
Rush
The Rutles
J Geils Band
Grand Funk
The Irish Rovers
Kinks
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Johnny Cash
James Gang
Kiss
Robert Palmer
Lynard Skynard
Harry Chapin
Jan & Dean
Argent
Queen
Jefferson Airplane
McCoys
Wings
U2
Louis Armstrong
Allman Brothers
Rod Stewart
David Bowie
Simon & Garfunkal
Roy Orbison
George Harrison
Jimi Hendrix
The Clash
Santana
Jimmy Buffett
Voodoo Glow Skulls
Van Halen
Journey
BB King
Clapton
Marvin Gaye
Sly & the Family Stone
Tom Petty
Stevie Nicks
Led Zeppelin
Glenn Frey
Shocking Blue
Ray Charles
Steely Dan
The Guess Who
Supertramp
Stray Cats
Warren Zevon
The Troggs
The Eagles
The Beatles
Guns 'n' Roses
John Lee Hooker
The Beach Boys
Los Lobos
Fats Domino
Joe Cocker
Grateful Dead
Johnny and the Hurricanes
Yes
Tom & Jerry
Dave Loggins
Todd Rundgren
Blue Oyster Cult
The Doors
Billy Swan
Paul Simon
The Drifters
Joe Walsh
Rolling Stones
Aretha Franklin
Neil Young
Steve Miller Band
Yes
Men at Work
ELO
Jackson Browne
Ozzy Osbourne
Steve Miller B|and
Sugarloaf
Stephen Stills
Heart
John Lee Hooker
Bob Dylan
Jim Croce
Billy Joel
Duane Eddy
Charlie Daniels
Pat Benatar
Ted Nugent
Pink Floyd
King Crimson
Edgar Winter Group
Jethro Tull
Temptations
INXS
Elton John
Nazareth
Pearl Jam
Gipsy Kings
Everly Brothers
The Searchers
T Rex
Rod Stewart
John Cougar Mellancamp
Little Richard
Chuck Berry
Buddy Holly
Traffic
Bloodrock
Styx
Free
Gary Moore
The Hollies
The Four Tops
Talking Heads
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Moody Blues
Chicago
The Romantics
The Pretenders
Pat Boone
Steppenwolf
Meatloaf
Kansas
Foreigner
Nirvana
Whitesnake
Steve Vai
Elvis Presley
Iron Butterfly
Aerosmith
Blondie
Mountain
Metallica
Prince
Queensryche
Johnny Horton
Righteous Brothers
ZZ Top
Joe Walsh

and that's about half the playlist....

You forgot Dokken, Danzig, and Budgie.

Some others I've been listening to alot are:
Witchcraft (Swedish band, sound like early Ozzy Black Sabbath)
Fireball Ministry
Temple of the Dog (Grunge, similar to Soundgarden)
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Old 28 October 2009, 23:02
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Old 28 October 2009, 23:13
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Temple of the Dog (Grunge, similar to Soundgarden)
LOL, I bet they sound like Pearl Jam too. Probably because both of those bands made up TOTD
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