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2 Live Crew
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I heard that 2 Live Crew are reuniting for a tour this year. Is there anyone out there that would pay good money to see these untalented and obnoxious clowns? ... (read more)
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50 Cent
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50 USED to be good. Get Rich Or Die Tryin (not to be confused with the soundtrack) is great. You don't even have to be about that life to appreciate that album. Trust me, I know some gangstas & als... ... (read more)
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ABBA
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ABC
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Just saw them in Boston- still rock, maybe even more than ever. ... (read more)
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AC DC
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With Malcolm Young forced to retire due to health reasons and with Phil Rudd becoming somewhat of a nutcase, it seems that the days of AC/DC as a touring act are numbered. What a shame. ... (read more)
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Ace of Base
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Adam Ant
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Now I will say that he released a single in the mid 90's called Wonderful (I think the album was the same title) that was quite nice and a bit of a departure from his sound in the 80's. ... (read more)
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Adele
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she chews her gum like a cow! ... (read more)
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Aerosmith
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Their 70s output is their best. Many of their best songs can be found on the 15 track edition of their original greatest hits album. I particularly like Big Ten Inch Record, a great novelty song th... ... (read more)
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Alan Parsons Project, The
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Never boned! AP put out some of the best prog/art rock of the 70s and 80s. Incredible musicianship, seamless production and great songwriting make AP one of the best bands to come out of the 20th c... ... (read more)
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Aldo Nova
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Is that why when "Fantasy" was "new" it sounded so familiar? I could have swore that song was already several years old when it "world premiered" on MTV. Now it makes sense. The only other song ... ... (read more)
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Alice Cooper
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who can forget 'Hey Stoopid' ... (read more)
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Alice In Chains
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Alice in Chains are one of the few bands I still listen to from the 90s. I didn't really like the album they produced a couple years ago, though. I suppose I'm biased towards Layne Staley. I did h... ... (read more)
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Alien Ant Farm
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Alter Bridge
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America (band)
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Never boned, and they beat out the Eagles for best new artist at the grammies back in the early 70s. Of course the Eagles would go on to eclipse America in success, but it didn't mean that America... ... (read more)
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Amy Winehouse
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The hell I do it without complaining. I live in New York state. In fact, for what I pay in taxes, they shouldn't give a flip what I do behind my own closed door. They're getting their share. Of... ... (read more)
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Angel
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Ani DiFranco
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Animal Collective
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Animals, The
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Love the original band's material. Don't go much for any "incarnations" after the first. ... (read more)
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Anita Baker
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Anita boned with Giving You the Best that I Got, but unboned with the third album. The beat to Fairy Tales never left my ears. ... (read more)
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Anthrax
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Well they got Joey Belladonna back, and the new album is coming out in about a month- based on the two tracks I've heard, they are officially not going to bone- if you like Anthrax "Worship Music"... ... (read more)
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Antony and the Johnsons
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A great band with a unique sound. They haven't jumped th- I mean, boned the fish yet, and I have a strong feeling they never will. ... (read more)
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April Wine
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Aqua
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Asia
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They were never all that, and their 2nd album was horrible, but the real boning moment came when Steve Howe left the group and they soldiered on without him. They were supposed to be a "supergroup... ... (read more)
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Audioslave
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I agree with the bottom poster. On paper, I'm sure bringing the RATM sound with Soundgarden's vocal was bloody brilliant. However,while I think they have a couple of songs that are OK, overall it ... ... (read more)
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Avenged Sevenfold
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They were really as nu-metal as they can come. In fact, they still scream nu-metal and they represent why nu-metal is bad. I mean, let's take into example of former nu-metal bands like Godsmack and... ... (read more)
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Average White Band
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Backstreet Boys
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5
They should stay gone. We're no longer in the boy band phase. I wouldn't even call them a boy band, more like a boy group. I don't miss them and it's not like they're helping the craptation of musi... ... (read more)
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Bad Brains
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Great - and I mean GREAT - early stuff, but that nasty old beast called "creative differences" came along and tore up the place; the last album with vocalist H.R., Quickness, didn't know what it wa... ... (read more)
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Baha Men
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"Who The Let The Dogs Out" hasn't aged very well, and many people can see why. The song is annoying and it's appeal lasted just an hour after it was made. ... (read more)
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Bar-Kays
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Great band with many hits. They lasted for about 3 decades, there aren't too many funk bands that can make this claim. ... (read more)
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Barenaked Ladies
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Annoying "funny" band that gets on your nerves real quick ... (read more)
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Bay City Rollers, The
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They had several more hits. There was also "Rock and Roll Love Letter," "You Made Me Believe in Magic," and "Money Honey." They had many more hits on the UK charts. Ironically, their best known ... ... (read more)
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Beach Boys, The
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I loved the 50th reuinon; but now Mike Love has to be a jerk, AGAIN! He fires Brian Wilson, Al Jardine & David Marks. They should team up with Bruce Johnston and tour without HIM! ... (read more)
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Beastie Boys, The
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If you got to youtube.com and google "Midnight City" by M83 and "Intergalactic" by the Beastie Boys, you will find a KICK A$Z mashup of those two songs. Those two songs really mesh well together. ... (read more)
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Beat, The
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I could never stand the lead singer's voice. It was like a cheap David Bowie impersonation, and General Public (this band's successor) was a complete atrocity. Hearing the ridiculously overplayed... ... (read more)
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BEATLES, The
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Greatest group ever. Never jumped. ... (read more)
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Beck
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octogirlpretty, Sorry but I've found no evidence that Beck has publically or privately renounced Scientology much less quit its practice. If you've found evidence as opposed to wishful thinking... ... (read more)
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Bee Gees
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Disagree, their best disco hits did have staying power. There was a lot of disposible songs that came out of disco (which happens when any genre of music gets too popular), but there was also some ... ... (read more)
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Belly
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Billy Idol
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Billy Idol rocked hard punk in the late 1970's with Generation X. My opinion is the BTF'ed when they changed the name to GenX and released the power poppy top 40 hit "Dancing With Myself". I did en... ... (read more)
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Billy Joel
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Always partially boned in my book. He's a great musician who still plays to sold-out crowds (especially when Elton John is involved, good luck getting tickets!) but he's had a few things: everythin... ... (read more)
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Black Crowes
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Black Flag
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Soggy, Are you saying this band is about as consistant as I've found the namesake bug spray to be? ... (read more)
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Black Sabbath
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Only Ozzy here. Dio's post-Sabbath stuff is OK, but I prefer the Ozzy era. After a while, Dio's screachy voice grates on me. That's one thing Ozzy didn't have. ... (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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Blink 182
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I like to categorize blink into 3 eras. The punk era (cheshire cat, dude ranch), the pop-punk era (enema of the state, take off your pants and jacket), and the emo era (self titled, neighborhoods).... ... (read more)
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Blondie
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BTF'ed with Heart Of Glass... Disco mania..? ... (read more)
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Blues Traveler
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Bob Marley & The Wailers
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Positive Vibrations Ye ah. ... (read more)
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Bob Seger
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Shakedown was Bob's only #1 Billboard pop single, which is a shame because it's awful. His peak period was in the 1970's. ... (read more)
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Bobby Brown
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Wasn't Bobby Brown on the soundtrack to everyone's life in the early 90s? His second album was the best out of all three. The fish left the water when his third one hit, but there were still some g... ... (read more)
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Bon Jovi
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Another sad case of a rocker going adult contemporary, probably because it's only the AC radio stations that will play his music nowadays ... (read more)
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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
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Boney James
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Boston
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Actually, they made two albums with the original lineup and both were quite good. Then after an 8 year "hiatus", they came out with "3rd Stage", with only Tom Sholz and Brad Delp remaining from th... ... (read more)
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Box of Frogs
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Boz Scaggs
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Close the window, calm the light And it will be all right No need to bother now Let it out. let it all begin Still love that one. ... (read more)
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Brian McKnight
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Britney Spears
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The day that Britney became an international pop star was truely the day the music died. ... (read more)
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Brownsville Station
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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
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@JMoose. Hell, yeah! I will put this out there, but his recent album Wrecking Ball is just as good as Born to Run - he has truly never lost it but gained more of it. ... (read more)
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Buddy Holly
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Jp, Quick answer. Not sure for while Holly's output and range were quite impressive for the very short time of his career before his tragic death, through no fault of his own, he had not been ab... ... (read more)
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Bush (band)
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The first album is excellent, and three or four tracks from the Science of Things album are memorable. Golden State is a decent return to their original sound, from which they had drifted for seve... ... (read more)
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Byrds, The
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Captain and Tennille
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That just proves two things. One, that has been celebs will do *anything* to get back in the news these days and two, this whole youth culture/ED drug thing has gone too far when 70something people... ... (read more)
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Carly Rae Jepsen
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And another thing--we already have to put up with enough crappy music from American Idol contestants and wannabes without Canada getting in on the act too. CANADIAN Idol?! Seriously?! ... (read more)
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Carpenters, The
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She had one of the most interesting voices out there that went far deeper than the lyrics she was given to sing. Sadly, I think Karen was badly haunted by many things. And how many Carpenters hits ... ... (read more)
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Cars, The
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Probably around 1985-86, a lot of the songs they were putting out at that time (Heartbeat City, You are the Girl) just seemed subpar. Actually, Ric Ocasik's solo "Emotion in Motion" and Benjamin Or... ... (read more)
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Cat Stevens
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"Finding religion" or becoming "born again" always seems to make people crazier than before. However, for some reason, it's not looked upon as a mental disorder because it's religion. I have belief... ... (read more)
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Chicago
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ParkerTillman, I know he was with the band from the beginning, I just mean when the songs were tailored more towards his soft rock ballad style instead of the jazz rock fusion of earlier albums. Wh... ... (read more)
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Chris Isaak
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Who the heck put Wicked Game a boning reason? That is one of the best songs of the post-Reagan era. Never boned, he has a great voice and talented songwriting skills. ... (read more)
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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)
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Coldplay
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Sucked from the start for me! Their song Yellow was decent but I can do without it. ... (read more)
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Commodores
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Counting Crows
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Their lead singer has got to have the most annoying singing voice. I really got tired of hearing "Mr. Jones." ... (read more)
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Crash Test Dummies
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Horrible 90's band that sang "Mmm mmm mmm". Enough said ... (read more)
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Cream
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If anyone can actually find a reason NOT to like Cream, I would have to say they probably don't know good music to well. ... (read more)
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Creed
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Creed is essentially a bad Pearl Jam clone. I absolutely hate their songs "With Arms Wide Open," and "Higher" which rips off Bad Company's "Feel Like Making Love." ... (read more)
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Creedence Clearwater Revival
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CCR is, was and ever will be awesome! ... (read more)
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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
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Correction: That should read "...I only wish Neil Young..." (Must have been that fifth beer...) ... (read more)
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Culture Club
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The War Song was really bad but they had a lot of really good ones, like Miss Me Blind, his singing was really very good. Boy George has always been a very quick witted riot, he still is, I love h... ... (read more)
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Cure, The
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I say still rocks, since Robert still plays a lot of his older great material with new sounds and just has so many great songs. Unfortunately, I have to agree with the other poster that the band's... ... (read more)
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Daft Punk
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Dan Fogelberg
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I think when he started doing stuff like "Missing You" and "The Language of Love", trying to rock when he was more of a balladeer. ... (read more)
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Darkness, The
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Dave Matthews Band
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I love most early to mid 90's bands, but this is one that I never could get into. Socially conscious REM wannabees ... (read more)
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David Bowie
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I think there is a point where he did bone, but he recovered around the mid 90's in his alternative phase. The success of Let's Dance led to some half-baked "commercial" records which were tolerabl... ... (read more)
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DeBarge
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Boned with that Who's Johnny song off the Short Circuit soundtrack. Gosh, I always hated that song. ... (read more)
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Deep Purple
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Once again this band is passed over for the rock and roll hall of fame. They weren't even nominated this year. ... (read more)
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Def Leppard
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Initially, when this band started, it was a true rock band with great songs. Then they turned into a party band combination of Van Halen and Guns 'n Roses, but not as enjoyable as either. The songs... ... (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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Destiny's Child
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Those of you that voted this group down, could you please give a reason? ... (read more)
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Dethklok
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Diana Ross
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Listening to Love Hangover makes me feel like I've been kidnapped by Satan. Seriously, I can't think of any other way to describe hearing it. ... (read more)
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Diddy
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More or less. Without Biggie, he's a nobody. ... (read more)
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Dio
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It seemed that the Black Sabbath band preferred Dio over Ozzy. Ozzy strewn off on his own, fucked himself up from previous alcohol and drug usage so he's now just been a mumbling wreck. Ozzy's solo... ... (read more)
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Dixie Chicks
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I'm not really bothered by what Natalie Maines said or where she said it (mainly because I've heard much worse from other musicians), but more on how it feels like they never seemed to move on from... ... (read more)
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Dokken
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Doobie Brothers, The
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I meant to say why would the guys from What's Happening not like the doobies. I just realized I had one too many negative words in that sentence. Anyway, a lot of their songs were influenced by M... ... (read more)
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Doors, The
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They boned when they decided to continue on without Jim Morrison, following his departure after L.A. Woman. I believe at least one of the two albums they did without him was while he was still liv... ... (read more)
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Dream Theater
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While i have a much more favorable view of thrash metal than Irbloom, I can't argue with his praise of Dream Theater, in total or in detail. John Petrucci is just fucking ridiculously brilliant on... ... (read more)
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Dru Hill
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Duran Duran
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ARCADIA! That was the name of the other side project. They bit! ... (read more)
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Eagles
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The Hotel California album is in my opinion quite timeless. Its themes are still relevant today. I like all of their albums, but On The Border is my personal favourite. ... (read more)
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Earth, Wind & Fire
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One of the best ensemble groups ever. ... (read more)
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Eddie Cochran
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What a legend! He died at 21 in a car crash but his influence in his very short career was and still is, far reaching. Musicians like Paul McCartney, The Who, Led Zeppelin, The Sex Pistols, and B... ... (read more)
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Edgar Winter
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Electric Light Orchestra
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Never boned. They put out a lot of great music, though I never cared for All Over The World from the Xanadu soundtrack. Ever notice that Hold On Tight sounds a lot like What Have They Done To My ... ... (read more)
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Electric Six
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Elton John
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JoeBagODonuts mailed it. Every LGBT activist should take notes from him. If they acted more like him, and less tying to shove their beliefs down our throats, people WILL be much more tolerant of ... ... (read more)
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Emerson, Lake & Palmer
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Boned when they did an album replacing Carl Palmer with Cozy Powell....as Emerson, Lake and Powell. As I recall they did a cheesy song called "Touch & Go" with corny, cliched lyrics, and where eve... ... (read more)
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Eminem
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Lose Yourself is the only song of his that I like. All his other stuff is garbage about Kim and Slim Shady that he seems to be obsessed singing over and over about. ... (read more)
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Erasure
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talk about gay: ... (read more)
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Eric Clapton
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The fact that he wrote "Layla" as a way to steal George Harrison's wife away from him is kind of crazy. The fact that George Harrison didn't even care and that he stayed good friends with Clapton a... ... (read more)
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Erykah Badu
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There is something so sexy about this woman's voice. I can listen to her for hours on end. Never Boned. ... (read more)
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Eurythmics
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There was something about that woman. ... (read more)
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Evanescence
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I think the reason so many people have flocked to this band is because of one individual. Amy Lee, nothing personal against her, gains the attention. The rest of the band are just the minority. It'... ... (read more)
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Fairport Convention
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Best folk/rock group ever, in my opinion. RIP, Sandy Denny. ... (read more)
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Faith No More
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Fiona Apple
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In all fairness, the world really HAS gotten much worse since then. Fiona Apple was right!!! ... (read more)
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Firm, The
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Another example of 80s overkill and name recognition carrying a band and its songs. Their big hit was "Radioactive", which was catchy the first 5 or 6 times you heard it. By about the 100th play ... ... (read more)
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Fishbone
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Party at Ground Zero is a cool song. Some of their other stuff was interesting. ... (read more)
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Five
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Five Finger Death Punch
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They're an alright rock band, but their version of Bad Company sucked. ... (read more)
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Five for Fighting
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Fixx, The
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Hikariu, that is pretty ignorant to vote on a group you've never heard of. ... (read more)
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Fleetwood Mac
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I don't know how "Tusk" was as an album. I do know that the title song, and "Sarah" are very good from it. By the time they did their next album, three years later, they had boned. Overplayed sc... ... (read more)
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Flock of Seagulls, A
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If I had a photograph of you.....or something to remind me......I wouldn't spend my life just Wish-ing [ing ing ing ing] ... (read more)
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Foo Fighters
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Not as cool as what they were named for. ... (read more)
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Foreigner
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They boned in the mid-1980s when they came out with "I Want To Know What Love Is" and "That Was Yesterday". The latter must be the answer to the question "when were you guys any good?" Anybody fa... ... (read more)
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Frank Zappa
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Funkadelic
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One Nation Under A Groove, Getting down just for the funk of it. ... (read more)
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G Unit
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Should be called Gay-Unit. ... (read more)
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Garbage
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And yet, that's more good than anyone with a fully functioning brain can say about pretty much any music group of the last 10 years. Hmmm... ... (read more)
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Garth Brooks
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One of the very few country artists I like, along with Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Kenny Rogers, and Eagles (they are mostly considered rock, but some people also consider them cou... ... (read more)
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Gary Glitter
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Gene Vincent
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General Public
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One [overplayed] song wonder from the mid-1980s trying to capitalize on The English Beat's (themselves no great shakes) recent break-up. Nothing to see here. Who can listen to "Tenderness" today ... ... (read more)
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Genesis
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It takes patience and a bit of a palette to get into Peter Gabriel Genesis. It's not the easiest thing to listen to, but the rewards pay off big time with some of the most complex and in-depth musi... ... (read more)
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Gentle Giant
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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)
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Giant
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Gin Blossoms
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The Gin Blossoms were already pretty bland, but Doug Hopkins firing and eventual suicide left this band without any spark of real songwriting angst. ... (read more)
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Go-Go's, The
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Swelled head syndrome. They boned when Belinda Carlisle thought she was going to make it on her own and ditched the band. She had a few hits and then the novelty wore off. She even boasted she h... ... (read more)
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Golden Earring
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Radar Love is one of those songs that when it comes to rock music, it just gets it right. Awesome electric guitar, a driving drum beat, a blues riff upped to new levels. About the only thing lackin... ... (read more)
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Good Charlotte
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I am not the biggest fan of this band, but I will say at least they did not try too hard for their image. They had a few songs which were decent and enjoyable, and are all round a passable band. No... ... (read more)
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Grace Jones
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Friedrich, there's a video for that (actually for both The Police and GJ) if you're interested in youtubing it....just out of curiosity. ... (read more)
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Grateful Dead
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The most annoying thing about The Grateful Dead is not the music, the drug use, the lineup changes, even the deaths. It's the deadheads! I went to one Grateful Dead concert ever, and probably wou... ... (read more)
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Green Day
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Green Day is punk like Budweiser is beer. (Which is to say, there's a superficial resemblance to the real thing, but the product is kind of thin and flavorless.) ... (read more)
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Guess Who, The
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Without Burton, there is no Guess Who. I don't understand why he never acquired the rights to the Guess Who name, otherwise there wouldn't have been a bogus Guess Who going around. I remember see... ... (read more)
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Guns N Roses
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Overrated from the start ... (read more)
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Haircut One Hundred
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All too common story in the 1980s. New wave band makes one album that's pretty good. They find success with it. Then their egocentric tool of a lead singer (Nick Heyward in this case) decides he... ... (read more)
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Hall and Oates
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I think in the 80s, around when they did "Maneater". After that it seemed like every single they released rocketed up the charts and was overplayed accordingly. In fact, the 1980s the decade of o... ... (read more)
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Hanson
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Harry and the Potters
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How about Percy and the Jacksons? Or the Harry Potter parody, Barry and the Trotters? Or the Russian parody, Tanya and the Grotters? Why not go for Simpsons references: Angelica and the Buttons? ... (read more)
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Hollies, The
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Hootie and the Blowfish
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Sounds like a cartoon name ... (read more)
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House of Pain
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I never liked "Jump Around" especially with its annoying dentist drill sound, and it seems to turn up in a lot of commercials. ... (read more)
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Huey Lewis and the News
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Boned with that Stuck With You song. ... (read more)
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Hurra Torpedo
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Husker Du
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Incubus (band)
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I liked Science (all of it) and Make Yourself (some of it). and that's about it. ... (read more)
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Insane Clown Posse
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I never liked this group from the start. And I especially never liked the fans that ever found anything "worthy" in them. The fans are about as bad as the Slipknot fans. Where instead of "Maggots" ... ... (read more)
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INXS
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Iron Maiden
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I think that when the band broke ties with Derek Riggs (Cover Artist) the music went south too, the art didnt make the albums, but I can guess it was a shift in the band's management. I've been re... ... (read more)
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Isley Brothers, The
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Their career is just amazing in the way they transition from 50's do wop to disco and R & B and funk. Most other groups fell aside swept by the winds of musical change. ... (read more)
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J. Geils Band, The
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You may not "think" they ever boned, but they did, even though it wasn't their fault. Like so many other bands in the 1980s, they were victims of "swelled head syndrome" and Peter Wolfe has that (... ... (read more)
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Jackson 5, The
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The Jackson 5 never boned. The jacksons were another incarnation of the group without second lead singer Jermaine therefor really just Michael and four backup singers as non of the rest of them had... ... (read more)
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James Brown
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James Burton
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Standing next to Elvis or Ricky Nelson and still being the coolest guy in the room--that's very cool!!! ... (read more)
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James Dewar (rock vocalist)
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Will be missed more than you will know ... (read more)
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Jani Lane
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Jeferson Airplane
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I love "We built this City" ! I like those good cheesy 80s hits. ... (read more)
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Jeff Lorber
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Jefferson Starship
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I was never a fan. But I LIKED We built this city. ... (read more)
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Jennifer Batten
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Jethro Tull
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My favorite band! ... (read more)
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Jewel
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All I can say is...can't stand her! ... (read more)
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Jim Croce
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Great singer and songwriter, never boned. R.I.P. Jim Croce. ... (read more)
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Jimi Hendrix
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I am and will always be a Hendrix fan. I actually don't possess the rational capacity of anyone who doesn't like Hendrix. But to each is own I suppose. ... (read more)
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Joe Satriani
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I say still rocks, but his formula has become tired a bit. Kinda hard to followup great albums like Surfing and Flying though. ... (read more)
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John Denver
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I was first introduced to John as a kid through his many crossovers with The Muppets. When I was in my teen and early twenties, I started to hate him. I thought he was a wuss, singing about trees... ... (read more)
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John Kay (musician)
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John Lennon
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The only strike he has against him is Yoko Ono. Other than that, I'd have nothing bad to say about the man. Never boned. ... (read more)
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John Williams
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This should probably be in the music section! Anyway, John Williams has composed numerous scores for some of the best and most loved movies. There's no way he's JTS (yeah, that sounds better than ... ... (read more)
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Johnny Cash
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That's the only country music i'll listen to..the older stuff. the new country just doesn't cut it for me ... (read more)
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Johnny Winter
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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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Jonas Brothers
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When Disney Channel pulled the plug a year early on their show, it was a pretty good indication that their popularity was waning fast. ... (read more)
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Joss Stone
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You forgot Avril Lavigne and Katy Perry :-) But seriously, all these pop divas born in the 80s are the same to me. IMO they BTF every time they sing, let alone put out a new album. When I was i... ... (read more)
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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)
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Judas Priest
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I didn't mind Halford coming out. But I do kinda mind and kinda concerned with his capability to sing in his age. He just doesn't seem to age that well compared to his peers like Lemmy, Ozzy, Dio etc. ... (read more)
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k.d. lang
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Kanjani8
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Zukkoke and all singles past that feel like the same song over and over. It would be nice if they would relaese some of their nicer songs (like almost any B-side) as the single rather than the oth... ... (read more)
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Kansas
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They boned when Steve Walsh was replaced by John Elefante, and they started doing dreck like "Play The Game Tonight". Walsh eventually returned, but by that time the damage was done. Violinist Ro... ... (read more)
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Kaptain Kool & the Kongs
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Were these guys even a real group? I always figured they were just actors used as links between Saturday morning cartoons in the 70s. Replaced by The Bay City Rollers? Why bother? The BCRs may ... ... (read more)
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Ke$ha
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Any teenage girl with a producer and a studio could create similar stuff. The word music cannot be used for her output. Pop reached a new low point when she had a hit record. ... (read more)
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Keith Green
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This man's music could NEVER bone. One of his friends said he was like a comet....came and went quickly but left a huge mark on the lives he touched. ... (read more)
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Kem
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Good singer. ... (read more)
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Kenny Chesney
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I'm not a country fan by any measure, but even I know this moron is nothing more than a fake corporate douchebag. Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash are rolling in their graves, that people have let t... ... (read more)
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Kenny G
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I'm a jazz musician. I love jazz. However, I think the sound of a soprano sax is probably the single most obnoxious sound on the planet. Outlawing them is a good idea. :) ... (read more)
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Kid Rock
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You know, I think he acknowledged what kind of a talent he is. I'll take a lyric from one of his songs called American Badass. "I know it stinks in here, because I'm the shit!" Yes you were and ... ... (read more)
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Kidz Bop
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"Harlem Shake?" really? How is it even possible to sing it? There is a lot of disposable pop songs these days, and there is nothing more disposable than Kidz Bop singing these disposable pop songs. ... (read more)
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King Crimson
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Kingdom Come
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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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Kiss
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When I was a kid, i thought KISS stood for knights in satan's shack. I don't know why, I just did. LoL ... (read more)
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Kool & the Gang
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They boned with Cherish.. what a cheesy song ... (read more)
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L.B. Rayne
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This guy's videos just keep getting better and better. I hope he eventually does a song for Star Trek III: The Search For Spock". ... (read more)
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Lady Gaga
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I find it interesting that she lists Freddie Mercury as an inspiration. Meanwhile decades before Lady Gaga appears on the scene, Queen released a hit single called "Radio Gaga". Perhaps Freddie M... ... (read more)
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Le Roux
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Led Zeppelin
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I don't get everyone saying they copied everyone else. If they did, then they took a little here and a little there and put it all together in the right way. The Beatles took stuff from Chuck Ber... ... (read more)
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Lil Wayne
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I have a feeling that his recent seizures are merely a publicity stunt to sell his latest album. Does anyone want to even listen to it? I sure don't. Listening to somebody curse and rap about gr... ... (read more)
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Limp Bizkit
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I read that Limp Bizkit is now working with Lil Wayne. The two worst things to happen to music are together at last. i see the bones pile up now. ... (read more)
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Linkin Park
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Hybrid Theory was a classic. After that, they sold themselves out ... (read more)
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Lionel Richie
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Dancing on the Ceiling. Enough said ... (read more)
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Live
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Their video for "I Alone" is completely idiotic, with the drummer (without drums) awkwardly roaming around the set as the rest of the band perform the song. One of the worst videos from that time p... ... (read more)
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LL Cool J
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This may be old news but I heard he beat the hell out of an intruder/thief in his home. Mama said knock you out! ... (read more)
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lonely Island
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Lorde
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Her friendship with Taylor Swift, which started after publicly saying Swift was a bad role model for girls. So why are you now hanging out with her? ... (read more)
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Lords of Acid
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Update- now with DJ MEA, the Lords have their first new album coming out in 10 years this April- Deep Chills. The first single "Mighty Little Rabbit" is outstanding. ... (read more)
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Lou Reed
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Bob Dylan for junkies ... (read more)
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Loudness
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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)
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Luke Bryan
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Luther Vandross
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Too many nice hits to mention. Luther died as one of the best to ever do it. Wherever his spirit ended up, I am sure he's wooing them with his silky smooth style. ... (read more)
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Lynyrd Skynyrd
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The real LS died in the 70s with the plane crash. The current LS continues to tour, but is NOT the classic Skynyrd. ... (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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Mahogany Rush, Frank Marino And
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Mamas & the Papas, The
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I agree. I will never be able to listen to the Mamas and The Papas again after this latest revelation. I had read Michelle Phillips' autobiography back in the late 80's and alot of what she told ... ... (read more)
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Manhattan Transfer, The
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No, but I bet it was hilarious! *goes to Youtube to find a clip* ... (read more)
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Mannheim Steamroller
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Mariah Carey
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And then a fish was boned and had no free will to carry on. Radio stations played Hero to death. I loathe that song. She boned with that single alone. ... (read more)
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Marilyn Manson
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I think his music dropped when he reached the "Eat Me, Drink Me" album. First thought that came to my mind on the first track was "Since when did he start caring about writing anything about Vampir... ... (read more)
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Mastodon
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Matchbox Twenty
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No more hiatuses guys.. either you keep making music or break up already! And Rob Thomas, quit embracing the AC format, it's not getting you anywhere ... (read more)
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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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MC Hammer
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I spent almost all of ninety two singing Too Legit 2 Quit. I loved the In Living Color sketch where Tommy Davidson playing Too Sold Out to Quit. By then, Hammer was doing KFC commercials, had a dol... ... (read more)
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Megadeth
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I agree heavily with kingbk. After listening to his Endgame album. All I could think was "Okay, Dave. Take off the tinfoil hat..." ... (read more)
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Men at Work
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Men Without Hats
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They also had a sizeable hit with "Pop Goes the World." Having said that, they are considered a relic of the 80s. ... (read more)
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Metallica
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Let us not forget the awesome album they did... with Lou Reed about a year ago. Just more epic failure- here it is for free to listen to the trainwreck on youtube for a few minutes. http://www.you... ... (read more)
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Michael Bolton
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I used to let out a big laugh whenever I heard Soul Provider, How Can We Be Lovers If We Can't Be Friends, How Am I Supposed to Live Without You and Time, Love and Tenderness. The man tried too har... ... (read more)
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Michael Franks
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There is NO QUESTION about it. Michael Franks is the male version of SADE. Period. He has the voice. He has the band; He has the STYLE. Anyone who questions this should go to grooveshark, search, f... ... (read more)
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Michael McDonald
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Michael Nesmith
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I always liked the fact that, as goofy as his character WAS on "The Monkees", he never pretended to be a hick nor exaggerated/hid his Texan accent but was the closest thing to a voice of reason as ... ... (read more)
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Micky Dolenz
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The original closing credits for The Monkees pilot episode still have him being credited as "Mickey Braddock". I guess his old contract hadn't expired yet lol. ... (read more)
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Mike + the Mechanics
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Milli Vanilli
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I remember Milli Vanilli being so popular from late '89 to early 1990. There were contests, appearances on the Jim Henson Hour, song references on Full House (it was big then), mentions on In Livin... ... (read more)
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Ministry
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I stand by my prior comments- the "SIRE" era 87-92 was the time this band was shining, then you realize it was sort of lightning in a bottle, and the fillet has been boning for over 22 years now. ... ... (read more)
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Miranda Lambert
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Monkees, The
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Just to let everyone know, I saw them in concert when they came to my town last month and they ROCKED! Not only did they flawlessly perform their standards but it was good seeing Michael Nesmith an... ... (read more)
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Moody Blues, The
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If fans had a say about who gets inducted into the rock hall of fame, they would have been inducted in their first year of eligibility, yet the powers that be continue to snub them. Overall, they ... ... (read more)
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Motley Crue
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Never Boned Never Will !!!!! ... (read more)
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Motorhead
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Responsible for one of wrestlings best themes ever (Triple H's theme), and as a band, they are very badass. NEVER boned as long as Lemmy is around ... (read more)
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Mudvayne
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L.D 50 was okay. I just think that their later albums, they tried too hard to match what L.D 50 did. The one pill of an album I have a hard time swallowing is Lost and Found. What the hell kind of ... ... (read more)
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Muse
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N Sync
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All I need is the name of this group to be reminded as to why I often find myself more interested in music recorded before 1998. ... (read more)
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Neil Sedaka
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In the 60s and 70s, Neil was one of the great songwriters from the Brill Building in New York(Breaking Up Is Hard To Do, Happy Birthday Sweet 16, Love Will Keep Us Together, Working On A Groovy Thi... ... (read more)
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Neil Young
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Nelson
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I often reminisce over how the Nelson Brothers resembled Chip and Pepper in ninety one. I liked After the Rain, though I would never tell anyone that, openly. ... (read more)
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New Edition
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I was never a fan of New Edition. Bell Biv Devoe, on the other hand, was awesome. I know people who are familiar with every lyric to poison. ... (read more)
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New Order
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New York Dolls
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Much of the music that exists today - and probably some of what Irbloom listens to as well - would not exist had it not been for the punk movement. It wasn't all about weird-looking people playing... ... (read more)
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NickelBack
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They started out as a hard rock band and as soon as they got commercial success, they softened and became an adult contemporary band. ... (read more)
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Nicki Minaj
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One word: Anaconda. ... (read more)
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Nightwish
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I don't why this band isn't more popular in the States as their are in Finland..their albums all rock ... (read more)
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Nine Inch Nails
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The singer wears leotards - ... (read more)
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Nirvana
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There's a station where I live that plays the same classic rock songs they did when I was in junior high. I'm 41 now. For whatever reason, 90s rock is anathema to radio. Songs from the 60s-80s? Per... ... (read more)
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No Doubt
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Hollaback Girl has got to be one of the worst songs ever recorded yet it was nominated for a Grammy! I also hate that stupid Escape song. ... (read more)
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Oasis
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Ohio Players
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This group Boned from lack of growth. They couldn't change with the times like EWF or the Bar-Kays into the 80s. ... (read more)
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Oingo Boingo
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World's dumbest name for a band ... (read more)
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OneRepublic
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Opeth
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I totally disagree about Opeth having ever come anywhere close to becoming "stale". And if it had, Ghost Reveries would be pretty poor evidence of it, as it's a magnificent album. Akerfeldt still ... ... (read more)
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Osmonds, The
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Annoying from the "git-go"... As far back as The Seven Little Foys (early 60s) ... (read more)
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Outkast
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So what ever happened to Outkast? You know, the Hey Ya guys? They haven't had a hit or memorable song in years. The movie they made a few years back was a flop. I don't even remember its title.... ... (read more)
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Overkill
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If you like Thrash Metal, you'll love this band. Evil Never Dies is my favorite so far. Still Rocks, Never Boned. ... (read more)
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Ozzy Osbourne
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Terror- Ozzy's new album in 2010, "Scream" was probably his best effort since "No More Tears" in 1991- so I have to disagree with your comment on lack of new singing. It might actually be about... ... (read more)
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Pablo Cruise
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I remember this one but they called Pablo Snooze in my house. ... (read more)
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Panic! at the Disco
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"Welcome to the Sound of Pretty Odd" is awesome! ... (read more)
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Pantera
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I think if that if there wasn't harsh bad blood between Vinnie/Dimebag and Phil, I would've liked to think Dimebag would probably still have been around us today. Granted I'm not saying that the fo... ... (read more)
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Paramore
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Pat Benatar
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When she came out with the "Get Nervous" album. Only the title track (aka "Anxiety") was any good, and that was more like a novelty song than a traditional Pat Benatar rocker. That album was bad,... ... (read more)
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Patrick Lew
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Patti LaBelle
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Day 1. Could never stand "New Attitude", and I renewed my hatred for it when it was used as the opening them for Dr. Laura Slessinger. ... (read more)
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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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Peter, Paul and Mary
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Any one who can do a song like "Puff, the Magic Dragon" has complete immunity from BTF! Rest in peace, Mary Travers. ... (read more)
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Phil Collins
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Pink
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Pink? Should be Stink! ... (read more)
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Pink Floyd
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Another difference between The Wall and The Final Cut, is Rick Wright. Even though he was already fired from the band, he played on The Wall and the ensuing tour as a session player (and actually ... ... (read more)
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Plain White T's
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They have several great songs but unfortunately they are destined to be One Hit Wonders. ... (read more)
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Planet P Project
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Police
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DSSCTM '86 was an unnecessary remake that was nothing more than a lethargic, synth-heavy cover version that could've been featured on any Sting album (or trendy car commercial). Was Stewart Copela... ... (read more)
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Porcupine Tree
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The Tree are still fresh after all these years, as their most recent album The Incident demonstrates. And Steven Wilson's solo work isn't too shabby either. ... (read more)
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Pretty Ricky
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Prince
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Boned with Cherry Moon, but I loved some of the titles off his Graffiti Bridge (horrible movie) soundtrack. There's thieves in the temple, tonight. My father and I were big fans for time. ... (read more)
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Procol Harum
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They weren't the flavor of the month, no punk, disco or rap - this is to say they actually had talent. ... (read more)
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Prong
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Prussian Blue
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Psy
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Public Enemy
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Flavor Flav, why did you sell out when you decided to sign on to some stupid reality show? You had a great thing going for you, and then you fucked it all up. ... (read more)
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Q-Tip
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I pray that i get a lot of ear wax build up to shut Q-tip out. ... (read more)
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Quarterflash
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Hated them! What's worse is that MTV didn't seem to be aware that any other band existed back in those days, constantly playing their TWO (eventually three) videos. One of them was a live one, wh... ... (read more)
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Queen
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When synthesizers began to take over their music. "Radio Gaga" (I think "Lady" stole her name from that) is just awful. While "One Vision" (from the "Iron Eagle" soundtrack) was an improvement, a... ... (read more)
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Queens of the Stone Age
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Queensryche
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Quiet Riot
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They "dared" to make a heavy metal video in the early 80s? What were Judas Priest, Motley Crue, Iron Maiden, Fastway, AC/DC and Krokus doing? Truth is Quiet Riot couldn't make it on the strength ... ... (read more)
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R. Kelly
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He used to write inspirational songs. Now he's writing nothing but sexual explicit songs. The album cover for his latest album shows him playing a topless woman like a cello. ... (read more)
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R.E.M
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They broke up? I didn't know they were even still together. LOL Where the hell were they when all this teen pop and hip hop garbage was taking over??? You abandoned and betrayed me, REM!!! >:-0 ... (read more)
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Radiohead
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The three albums beginning with Kid A were a challenge for me, deviating so heavily as they did from the band's previous sound. But I came to appreciate them, and their last two albums are quite g... ... (read more)
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Rage Against the Machine
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"Capitalism is bad, so we're engaging in capitalism to spread the word that capitalism is bad!" And Googalslosh, we only bone the left when they deserve it. The right, too. ... (read more)
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Rainbow
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Dio was the best ... (read more)
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Ram Jam
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They had another popular song called "Pretty Poison". I didn't know it by name when I first saw it, but after downloading it I recognized the tune. ... (read more)
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Ramones, The
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RIP Tommy..the last surviving original member. I still find it odd that the other 3 died in such a short time span. Their music was different and at the same time groundbreaking, and it would have ... ... (read more)
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Rare Earth (band)
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Rascal Flatts
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RATT
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Pearcy's back? They could get Milton Berle to come back from the grave to appear in their new video.....AND THEY'D STILL SUCK! ... (read more)
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Rebecca Black
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I want to make it clear I do not want Rebecca Black to die. Just her music career. And any other career that involves being in the spotlight for any reason. ... (read more)
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Red Hot Chili Peppers
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I'm not saying they should never get into the HOF but for me it's a little too soon. Especially since there are better bands that still haven't been recognized. ... (read more)
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REO Speedwagon
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I think "Roll With The Changes" is their only good song. ... (read more)
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Rick Derringer
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Rick James
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I'm Rick James, bitch! ... (read more)
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Rick Springfield
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A lot of people refer to him as a one hit wonder, but he had a string of big hits in the 1980s. These days, you just don't hear any of his songs other than "Jessie's Girl." "Affair of the Heart,"... ... (read more)
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Ricky Martin
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I don't think "La Vida Loca" or "She Bangs" have aged well at all. Listening to those songs now can only make me gag. ... (read more)
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Rihanna
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What happened with Chris Brown wasn't BDSM gone wrong. He beat the crap out of her in a limo during an argument. There is a difference between consensual, albeit strange, sex acts and a non-conse... ... (read more)
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Ringo Starr
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Ritchie Valens
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Whilst their deaths were tragic, if that had not happened, who would've really remembered them, except for Buddy Holly who was already an accomplished singer and songwriter. The Big Bopper ("J. P."... ... (read more)
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Robin Trower
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Rock's most uderrated guitarist ... (read more)
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Rolling Stones, The
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The 1980's. Tattoo You was the last "classic" Stones album, and it was largely made up of outtakes from their 70's LP's. ... (read more)
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Rufus Wainwright
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I love Rufus Wainwright. He may come off as pretentious, but I've met him irl and he was very kind and put on a great show. Have everything this guy but out and likely will continue to for the rest... ... (read more)
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run dmc
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Like "Quiet Riot", this "ensemble" also had to rely on someone else's tune (Aerosmith's "Walk This Way"), complete with guest vocal by Steve Tyler, to break through to the mainstream. Day 1. ... (read more)
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Runaways, The
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The Runaways are an example of a group that's proclaimed as an influential band, yet nobody listened or even knew of them when they were around. I grew up in the 1970's and was pretty aware of popu... ... (read more)
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Rush
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@ParkerTillman I think I'd have to agree with you as far as Post-Signals, Rush were a different band. I suppose that could be said about Rush after Hemispheres. Conveniently, that was their last '7... ... (read more)
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Saga
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Whoever was supposed to promote this band and their albums did such a terrible job. How "Wind Him Up" never took off is beyong me. "Heads or Tails" was another record that had some cool songs and... ... (read more)
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Sammy Hagar
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Whoever said "Turned 60 yet barely looks 40"...what the hell were you smoking? Sammy looks totally used up, and OLDER than his real age. In some pics it also looks like he had a bad face lift. He's... ... (read more)
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Santana
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Yes I felt Supernatural was when Santana boned. We got rick rolled thinking we got a Santana album but we really got was guest singers and Santana acting as a lowly studio musician riding others c... ... (read more)
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Scandal
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Scorpions
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The scorpions put out one of the greatest power ballads ever, "Still Loving You." However, I hate "Winds of Change." ... (read more)
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Sex Pistols
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Go to your local zoo, find the gorilla pit, and hand out instruments. No doubt the gorillas will make better sounding music than these clowns! ... (read more)
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Sheryl Crow
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sorry to hear about her medical problems.. i did like her early stuff, but i guess because it was played and soaked in more than anything she put out in the last ten years.. hope you get well sweet... ... (read more)
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Shooting Star
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Sinead O'Conner
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PYLrulz, Good point. The picture rip DID seem a rather childish and petulant act that took away from being able to focus on her actual talent. Sad to say, I actually think she DOES have a good v... ... (read more)
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Slaughter
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"Up All Night" is a classic anthem and still rocks! ... (read more)
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Slayer
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R.I.P. Jeff Hanneman. ... (read more)
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Slipknot
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Small Faces
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The Small Faces were criminally underrated. In the US, they are considered to be one hit wonders with "Itchycoo Park," but they had many more great songs that should have been American hits too, l... ... (read more)
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Smashing Pumpkins
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They put out some good records in the 90's but after Mellon Collie.. nothing they put out seemed interesting enough to buy ... (read more)
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Smiths, The
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Sure, Morrissey is over the top with the melodrama at times, but this band never, ever sucked. Johnny Marr is one of the best guitarists ever. ... (read more)
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Snoop Dogg
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I heard that he claims to be the reincarnation of Bob Marley. Really? How can that be? Marley died about ten years after Snoop was born. ... (read more)
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Social Distortion
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Sonic Youth
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I know of no other band who have rocked so hard and for so long. Murray Street is a great album and not only was it their thirteenth, but they have made several more since then... ... (read more)
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Soundgarden
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I'd heard a rumor about ten years ago that the real Spoonman had not been properly compensated for his contribution to the song named after him, so I gave him twenty bucks the next time I saw him p... ... (read more)
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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)
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Squeeze
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Starland Vocal Band
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Not only did they win a Grammy, but they actually got a TV variety show out of the success of "Afternoon" as well. Thankfully it didn't last long. ... (read more)
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Steely Dan
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Never boned. They are one of the very few bands that became better as they went along. Gaucho wasn't that good though. Aja is the best of the bunch. Donald Fagan's solo work is fabulous. ... (read more)
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Steppenwolf (band)
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After Goldy McJohn was thrown out of the band they tanked. The stuff they released in the 80s and 90s, with Steppenwolf nothing more than a label for John Kay, was very subpar, and the lineup Kay ... ... (read more)
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Steve Miller Band
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Good stuff but his mid to late 70s material is overplayed on classic rock stations, that is songs that appear on his greatest hits(74-78)album which for some reason is still available despite a mor... ... (read more)
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Steve Vai
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Passion & Warfare and Flex-Able are both on my list of 20 greatest guitar albums of all time. The guy is just otherworldly. ... (read more)
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Stevie Nicks
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As a soloist? Day 1! I like her work in 70s-era Fleetwood Mac, but her solo stuff all happened after her voice started sounding less like the girl who sang "Rhiannon" and more like a nasal raspy ... ... (read more)
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Stevie Ray Vaughan
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Good question - keep bitching until somebody listens ... (read more)
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Stevie Wonder
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Journey Through The Secret Life of Plants: This was the peak of Stevie's experimentalism but, except for maybe 2 hits off the entire LP, it and the movie it was a soundtrack for were pretty much i... ... (read more)
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Stone Temple Pilots
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And from what I have heard, he's throwing a HUGE bitchfit about the whole deal, saying the band can't use the STP name with him kicked out ... (read more)
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Stray Cats
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Swelled head syndrome of course! This was, after all, an 80s group! What else could have ruined them? Only difference this time is it wasn't the lead singer who had it. Well, he did, but no wor... ... (read more)
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STYX
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Around the time of the "Kilroy" album, Dennis DeYoung caught the acting bug. Not only was this bad enough, but he dragooned the rest of the band into acting little vignettes during the tour of same... ... (read more)
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Sugar Ray
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Sugar Ray is one of those bands that I used to like, but nowadays like Coldplay and Maroon 5, I can't stand them anymore. ... (read more)
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Sum 41
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Supremes, The
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She had her demons and may not have been easy to work with, but I don't think they did right by Flo Ballard- or her kids! And if one hears one of her post-Supremes songs, one may be surprised at... ... (read more)
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System of a Down
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The only reason why I owned a System of a Down CD was because I won one in a radio station contest (was in a prize pack that I won). They were meh to begin with. ... (read more)
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Take That
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Tears for Fears
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This duo had some powerful hits, give them a listen sometime. ... (read more)
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Ted Nugent
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I guess it's the anti-animal rights stuff I agree with. What he said was beyond horrible. He thinks he's strong because he attacks a dead person? Anyone can tell you that's cowardice. There's nothi... ... (read more)
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Temple of the Dog
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Never boned. The band members were wise enough to stick to this being a one off LP project, despite the commercial success of the album. ... (read more)
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Temptations, The
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Best vocal group, EVER!!! ... (read more)
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Tesla
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Them Crooked Vultures
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What...don't you be talkin' bout my man Josh Homme. The guy is a powerhouse. You need to go listen to some Kyuss friend. ... (read more)
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Thin Lizzy
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A very underrated band, go listen to some of their albums..... ... (read more)
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Thompson Twins
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Time, The
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Great Band with some Great Hits. ... (read more)
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Tina Turner
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It was Tina that made Ike - he abused her - if anything her material after breaking with Ike is far better than anything they did together. ... (read more)
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TLC
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@JayD. If so, would that not make the band's name "TC"? Because I thought the name was from the member's nicknames. ... (read more)
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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
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I like Tom Petty. He has alot of good songs. Lately, they've been overkilling it on the radio but I still like his music, and there is an off button. ... (read more)
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Tool
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Boned after Aenima. Tool was great on Opiate, bad on Undertow (except for Sober, the album was boring as hell,) mind blowing on Aenima and back to boring as hell after that. I didn't buy a CD o... ... (read more)
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Tori Amos
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Her last few cd's have been way too long, she should have pruned them down. It's no fluke that her strongest albums (Little Earthquakes, Under the Pink, Choirgirl Hotel) are all less than an hour l... ... (read more)
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Toto (band)
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I think this band boned potentially three times: 1. When bass player David Hungate left. Many times you don't think the bass player makes much of a difference, but Hungate was a pro bass player. He... ... (read more)
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Toy-Box
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Train
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If I have to hear that Soul Sister song one more time, I'm going to scream. Never been a fan of this band, especially when I also got sick of that Drops of Jupiter song. ... (read more)
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Trans-Siberian Orchestra
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OH COME ON! A thumbs down for the "Ding Fries Are Done" comment? It was a JOKE!! I own the CD and I know/knew good and well the track I referred to is called "Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24)". Pret... ... (read more)
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Triumph
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Triumnph would've fared much better methinks if they'd just laid it on the line and stopped wasting my time ;-) ... (read more)
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Tupac Shakur (2 Pac)
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Hard to believe it's been 15 years since 2Pac got killed. Yet, they're still releasing albums of his stuff. Isn't the well dry yet? Whether dead or alive, I never cared for him at all. It just ... ... (read more)
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Twisted Sister
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The first records on that small UK label were OK, but once they started recording for Atlantic the records just sounded hackneyed and forced. The live show started to turn into a parody of itself -... ... (read more)
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Type O Negative
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Soggy- glad you checked it out, it's Not as good as Type O, but it was fun to discover more Peter Steele material after we lost Pete- great bands!! ... (read more)
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U2
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We're giving our new album to ITunes subscribers only, whether they want it or not.. I didn't want your crappy album anyways. U2 stopped being relevant a long time ago ... (read more)
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UFO_(band)
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No BTF - no make up, no nonsense just straight ahead rock and roll form one of the best bands in history. ... (read more)
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Uriah Heep
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Van der Graaf Generator
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Van Halen
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Here's another vote for 1984. Keyboards and synths, huh...what were they thinking? They stood out nicely from the keyboard/synth crowd that actually started during the previous decade. Great ban... ... (read more)
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Velvet Revolver
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I couldn't stand Velvet Revolver. There was only one thing I liked that they did. Their version of Pink Floyd's "Money" was decent at best. But Weilands vocal to the song ruined it for me a bit. ... (read more)
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Verve, The
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Their one hit was a song with a very annoying sample of an elevator version of an early Rolling Stones song. I wonder if they ever got confused with the Verve Pipe? ... (read more)
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Village People
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Wallflowers
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These guys had a few songs that were okay. Certainly, didn't match or surpass his father. That would be a difficult thing to do. ... (read more)
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Warrant
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I'm not a fan of hair metal, but I'll never forget seeing the video to Cherry Pie on MTV in 1990. I forgot Warrant was even a hair metal band after seeing that video. Warrant boned with the third a... ... (read more)
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Waylon Jennings
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Jennings along with Cash, are among the few country singer that I don't mind listening to. ... (read more)
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Weezer
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I'll admit to liking the songs: Buddy Holly, Say It Ain't So, Undone, and My Name Is Jonas. That about all though. ... (read more)
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Weird Al Yankovic
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Parker, I recall that 'Hey Ricky!' vid! It was awesome and a good tribute that Lucy herself loved. What Desi's opinion was of it, I've never heard, though. Overall, Weird Al's never boned- if for... ... (read more)
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Wham!
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Maybe it's just me, but I'm getting this impression, this vibe, this strange feeling that ParkerTillman didn't care for 80s music too much. ... (read more)
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White Lion
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White Stripes, The
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The only thing that comes to mind when I hear of The White Stripes is the whole BS deal on how Jack and Meg While was all secretive on what their relationship to one another really was. Really, wh... ... (read more)
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Whitesnake
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"Slip of the Tongue" Steve Vai plays way too over produced for their former blusey, heavier sound. An ok album but not a Whitesnake album either really. ... (read more)
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Whitney Houston
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Whitney Houston was gorgeous in the late 80s and for most of the 90s. Her second and third albums were never as great as the first. She never boned the fish. ... (read more)
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Who, The
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While Keith Moon's death was the "boning moment", The Who still managed to put out a few "classics" from the Kenny Jones era. "Another Tricky Day" and "Eminence Front" still sound great. I didn't... ... (read more)
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Wilson Phillips
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I remember VH1 playing Hold On for what seemed like forever. They grew on me over the years. My favorite tunes are Repulsive and You're In Love. ... (read more)
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Wings
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Paul didn't pull the plug on Wings. Denny Laine did. Paul was reluctant to tour after Lennon's murder. There was also lingering static from Paul's arrest for pot possession in Tokyo, which cause... ... (read more)
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XTC
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Yardbirds, The
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So true, Brewmaster! They are totally exempt. "Five Live Yardbirds" is one of my favorite live albums. ... (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)
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Yaz
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Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The
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Yes
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Floundering without Jon Anderson on vocals. Benoit David gone for apparently the same reason Anderson was, respiratory problems... that doesn't wash. He just did not have Anderson's high range; it ... ... (read more)
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Yngwie Malmsteen
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The guitar smashing bit is starting to seem a bit old. It was such a Hendrix - Towshend thing anyway. It takes Yngwie longer to smash his guitar than anyone I've ever seen. Donate it to a fan. ... (read more)
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Zebra
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I beg to differ on the "Second Album" reason. Bears, No Tellin' Lies, Takin' A Stance were solid offerings and 3.V's Time is one of the best Zebra tunes ever ... (read more)
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Ziggy Marley
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I don't remember hearing anything off the second album for this guy. I was never a fan of that Tomorrow People song. That coupled with Don't Worry Be Happy scarred my ears for life. ... (read more)
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ZZ Top
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One word of this BTF: TUSH! ... (read more)

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