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Edgar Winter
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2
Spice Girls
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I would say when Ginger left, but then I hit puberty as well and realised they were simply bland from the beginning. Also, they really stretched out the whole "spice" thing with increasingly ridicu... ... (read more)
3
Steely Dan
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Never boned. Black Cow, Peg, Deacon Blues, Hey Nineteen will always be classics. Takes me back to my childhood. ... (read more)
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Mike + the Mechanics
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Matisyahu
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Love this guy. Smooth beats and great lyrics. Nice to have Contemporary music for Jews (though it's great music for everyone). Just something you can put on and chill out to. ... (read more)
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Depeche Mode
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I've never liked Depeche Mode. Mainly, because I never cared for that particular sound. It hurts my brain and I feel dumber when I've listened to it. ... (read more)
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Jon Lord
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The keyboard sound of Deep Purple. Some of the best and most influential music of the 70\'s. He will be sorely missed by all. ... (read more)
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XTC
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Jennifer Batten
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Kinks, The
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Mick Avory, who was the drummer from Day 1, was fired while they recorded their last album (of note anyway) with "Do It Again" on it. Bone. ... (read more)
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Madonna
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shanequia, you probaly don't even know what you're saying regarding Materia... ... (read more)
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Blind Melon
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JayD, I concur. Alas, we have to HEAR more Blind Melon songs on the radio than Question Mark and the Mysterians instead of vice versa. ... (read more)
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Yardbirds, The
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Great band. Great artists that went on to do even more great music. ... (read more)
14
George Harrison
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George started off his solo career with a bang with his sucessful double LP "All Things Must Pass", but gradually went downhill as he released several lackluster followups. ... (read more)
15
Clash, The
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I was a huge Clash fanatic in the early 80s and got into them just around the time they boned, so let me refresh everyone's memory here. After "Combat Rock" was released, which was an improvement ... ... (read more)
16
Pretty Ricky
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17
Journey
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When "Don't Stop Believing" became a karaoke staple and the national anthem for every rich collar-popping, spoiled frat-boy in America. I cannot take that song at all. ... (read more)
18
Loverboy
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I saw Mike Reno perform with a USO tour in Korea in 2000 and he's gained quite a bit of weight but still tries to stuff himself into his leather pants. His belly actually hung out of his shirt whe... ... (read more)
19
Pearl Jam
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I quit listening to Pearl Jam when No Code was release. I haven't cared for what I've heard since then. But, I have to give credit where it's due. Their version of The Who's Reign O'er Me was outs... ... (read more)
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Sammy Hagar
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Think him turning 60 is bad, guy is 3 years shy from 70. Think about that. ... (read more)

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