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post #41 of 72 (permalink) Old 05-31-2002, 02:51 PM Thread Starter
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Jerry Cantrells kicks ass. I do lke grunge - but can not stand Nirvana. Sorry Kurt.

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post #42 of 72 (permalink) Old 05-31-2002, 04:14 PM
 
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Sabo has a killer riff throughout the song Monkey Business.

It's too bad that the 80s yielded so much makeup. There were a bunch of shredders, that are now only associated with some sissy lead singer.

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Dave Sabo = Skid Row
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Sabo is awesome, who'd of thought something that good could come from New Jersey

I love the whole Grind album, definitely makes you want to go out and shred!

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Hey? Bon Jovi came from New Jersey !!

Actually, I heard some of Richie Sambora's solo work a while back, and he is still "cool" in my book. Now if he would only ditch Jon, the world would be okay
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post #45 of 72 (permalink) Old 06-02-2002, 10:48 PM
 
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Thumbs up music?

Lately,I`ve been listening to alot of Trance from mp3.com.A recent favourite is "DJ Bass Project(Chicago Hard Trance).Play it LOUD!!!!.

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Jerry Cantrells kicks ass. I do lke grunge - but can not stand Nirvana. Sorry Kurt.
Well, I agree and disagree on this one. I never liked any of their music, and it still bugs me that Nirvana is still played on radios as if it was a recent band (I cant go a day without hearing 1 or 2 songs on the radio). However, one of my favorite cd's (and the only nirvana cd I own) is the MTV unplugged album. If you havent heard tracks from it, download some, because its a pretty incrediable cd, you can actually understand the words that are coming out of his mouth.

Auger, if you like trance, check out some of the "Essential mixes", just type that in and you should find something, Fergie from
10-28-01, is one of the best....not the oakenfold portion, but fergies set is amazing.
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I caught a good concert last night. Course of Nature opened. They were OK. Jerry Cantrell was next and he was much better. Then came Nickelback, and man, they ****ing rocked. Who woulda thunk it; this old school dude is giving this new age crap another try.
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post #48 of 72 (permalink) Old 06-05-2002, 01:09 PM
 
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Norwegian Black Metal

Some of the best music nobody has mentioned. Let me list some names and see if anyone responds:

Borknagar, Emperor, Dimmu-Borgir (older stuff), Nagelfar (De.), Naglfar (Swe.). There are tons of other ones, but those are probably the most well known. Sorry, but I can't forget you Finnish guys, Mustan Kuun Lapset.

Of course, Ive been listening to some lightweight stuff lately like Pain, Darude (that annoying Sandstorm song), and Jean Sibelius.
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Re: Norwegian Black Metal

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Some of the best music nobody has mentioned. Let me list some names and see if anyone responds:

Borknagar, Emperor, Dimmu-Borgir (older stuff), Nagelfar (De.), Naglfar (Swe.). There are tons of other ones, but those are probably the most well known. Sorry, but I can't forget you Finnish guys, Mustan Kuun Lapset.

Of course, Ive been listening to some lightweight stuff lately like Pain, Darude (that annoying Sandstorm song), and Jean Sibelius.
This coming from someone who rides a Honda ~

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Re: Norwegian Black Metal

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Borknagar, Emperor, Dimmu-Borgir (older stuff), Nagelfar (De.), Naglfar (Swe.). There are tons of other ones, but those are probably the most well known. Sorry, but I can't forget you Finnish guys, Mustan Kuun Lapset.
This thread was started with tripe like "Staind" getting props, so don't get your hopes up. The only name I recognize is Emperer, and they are some heavy muthafukkas.
I have been listening to Opeth constantly. I never really went for the far-out stuff like Burzum, I'm more in to the straight-up math metal. The heavier the better. I'm always on the lookout for more and more metal, I'll check out the bands you mentioned.

personally I like to chill with vintage Iron Maiden. I know every movement by heart, and it just lulls me into a happy place.
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