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Old 08-19-2002, 07:26 AM   #16
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Old 08-19-2002, 07:35 AM   #17
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a bit of metallica now and then and i can even go a few korn songs.
ok most of those are kinda grunge...

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Old 08-19-2002, 01:28 PM   #19
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Master of Puppets

oh...3 more words:

Ride the Lightning

When I was younger and U2 was on "hiatus" between Joshua Tree and Achtung Baby I was what you could call a reallllll ...that's right...a headbanger!!!

I'm talking Metallica, Anthrax, Exodus, Testament, Megadeth, Metal Church...the list goes embarrasingly on.

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r these hard enough?

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I luuuuuurve hard music, I was only rocking out to Nirvana's Nevermind ont he weekend and realised how much I have neglected my cravings for 'hard' music.....I always listen to Jane's Addiction and I would describe them as hard, especially songs like 'three days' and 'pigs in zen' other great hard artists that I like include,

Soundgarden- Outshine and Jesus christ pose are the definitive Soundgarden tracks

Pantera- cowboys from hell is a great album

Sepultura- roots is their greatest work, excellent if you like a bit of tribal brazilian soul in your metal

tool- all tool is wicked, but I might go so far as to say that their ep 'opiate' is the best

living color- great, great, great band sometimes they can be mellow, but generally they are quite hard and metal, album 'vivid' is the best

Black Sabbath- paranoid, I guess you could say that this is where it all began, Ozzy is the master of metal and having a 'hard' sound

Dead Kennedys- hard punk with a conscience- 'Holiday in Cambodia' is the definitive DK- note best way to reffer to the Dead Kennedys is just as 'DK'

Rollins Band- now I know that Henry has said some bad stuff about U2 and Bono, but hey the fact is that he has made some great music over the years with his first band 'Black Flag' and then on his own, his last album that came out last year was especially good

and for the Aussies out there Radio Birdman- these guys so rocked in the early eighties, there album 'radios appear' is excellent and should be owned by any Aussie who likes hard sounding music
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It's all about Metallica and Tool. Although I'm scared of Tool's videos, which says how hard they are.
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Yeah, both of those bands are top too...I still need to buy the Trail of Dead CD.
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Old 08-19-2002, 11:44 PM   #26
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I highly recommend picking up anything by the Afghan Whigs. Although they're hard to categorize (certainly not metal), they are a hard-edged thinking man's rock n' roll. One of the real undiscovered gems of the 1990's. I really like Pearl Jam and give acknowledgement to some of the other grunge bands, but Greg Dulli and the Whigs just have so much more going on in their records than anything from Seattle. All the albums are incredible concept albums that flow like little else these ears have heard.
If you want accessible, start with their last album, 1965. If you want a harder edge, less polished, get their major debut, Gentlemen. Finish with the middle effort, Black Love - literally one of the best albums of the 1990's.
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