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Old 06-19-2004, 07:40 PM   #16
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ooh! i also forgot to mention Incubus, simply for their lounge version of "Certain Shade Of Green."
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Old 06-19-2004, 08:12 PM   #17
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I must say that Kiss Unplugged is one of the best ones, they proved they could really play (even though they did many takes on some songs) I especially like Sure Know Something and Nothing To Loose I think this versions are brilliant. And God of Thunder is hilarious. And it made the reunion happen
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Nirvana gets my vote...so much passion in that one, all apologies was done beautifully while still a little haunting.
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I loved the Live one. Sheer brilliance. PJ and Nirvana as well. I think Live was the best I've seen though.
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Two that haven't been mentioned yet: Midnight Oil, Bob Dylan - both very underrated performances.
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And 10,000 Maniacs.
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Two that haven't been mentioned yet: Midnight Oil, Bob Dylan - both very underrated performances.
I've never seen Midnight Oil's, didn't even know they did one. I'd love to see that, they're one of my fave bands.
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I'd say Pearl Jam..."Porch" is the best MTV unplugged song ever performed.("No cussing...What the UMPH is this world coming to)

Close 2nd would be AIC.
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Old 08-02-2004, 09:12 AM   #24
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Nirvana
Lauryn Hill
REM's first time on
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There were so many good ones, that was such a fantastic show back in the day, giving all these artists the chance to prove their chops. Don Henley's was great (probably greatest version ever of "Heart of the Matter), so was Rod Stewart's, Stone Temple Pilots, Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Alanis Morissette (have the CD, love it).

I know that MTV2 had brought the show back for a while with Lauryn Hill and such (sadly, I didn't have MTV2 at the time), but is it still on? Of course, how many really popular artists today could pull off the acoustic thing? Is the world really ready for Britney Spears Unplugged?
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10,000 Maniacs.
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10,000 Maniacs.
But there were only 5 of them, where were the other 9,995?
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But there were only 5 of them, where were the other 9,995?
Natalie Merchant is awful at math.
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Natalie Merchant is awful at math.
But shes a hottie!
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