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Old 06-09-2005, 08:53 PM   #106
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i never really got into radiohead...i dont even own a cd...what would you reccomend?

i have all the coldplay cds.....awesome band. somewhere in my top 5.
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i never really got into radiohead...i dont even own a cd...what would you reccomend?

i have all the coldplay cds.....awesome band. somewhere in my top 5.
Buy Yes or Alan Parsons Project records. Same prog rock as Radiohead after OK.
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Matchbox 20 made me feel physicaly ill. That first album full of shit was a monster seller and said a lot about what had happened to the music buying public. It went further downhill from there.

Then came Creed with all this bullshit posturing, backed only by some of the single most boring and uncreative, insipid crap with probably the single biggest cock in music history as a frontman. To make it worse, loads of people believed in it. For them, I feel truly sorry, as there is great music out there, plenty of it, but in the environments they are/were in this was what was great music to them. Shockingly sad state of affairs. These are the things that the UN and Amnesty International should be campaigning for: an overhall of FM radio in the US. Give the kids a fucking chance.

But then, just when you think corporate rock has reached a new low, bring on Nickelback to drop it a few more notches!!

Honestly, I don't believe that any member of U2, no matter how far their own band has fallen into the depths of corporate slop, would name Nickelback as a favourite. If so, everybody on this board should abandon ship immediately. The fucker is sinking fast.
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Here's another to blow your head:

Bernard Butler is 10X the guitar play J.Greenwood is. And 20X the guitar player the dude from Coldplay is.

And Paul Weller is better than Coldplay & Radiohead put together.

Ask your friends. They won't know.
ha, i know greenwood isn't the best. not even close. but he's easily my favourite.

he's a very dirty player...technical guitarists aren't my thing.

but here's the real question...what else can weller play? can he play the ondes? piano? is he good with a drum machine? what about a xylophone?

oh and before i forget, does this weller carachter have a background in classical music? if so, has he ever conducted a symphony?

no? well, see the thing is 7onny sort of does...yeah.

7ack of all trades, but perhaps master of none. still the most intriguing musician today, in my opinion.

ask your friends, your momma.
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Here's another to blow your head:

Bernard Butler is 10X the guitar play J.Greenwood is. And 20X the guitar player the dude from Coldplay is.

And Paul Weller is better than Coldplay & Radiohead put together.

Ask your friends. They won't know.
Bernard Butler and Paul Weller are both fan-fucking-tastic.
I don't buying into the 'better guitar player' debate though.
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Buy Yes or Alan Parsons Project records. Same prog rock as Radiohead after OK.
i guess kind of like how u2 is the new creed with their latest shift into "rock and roll".

hey, what can i say. creed were really big back in the day.
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i confess to not knowing anything about either of the people brau mentioned.

absolutely nothing.

they could probably be in wilco, and as long as they're not tweedy, i still wouldn't know.

unless i have a crush on someone, i won't remember names.

7ared from subway, for example.
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Buy Yes or Alan Parsons Project records. Same prog rock as Radiohead after OK.
not a fan of Yes, however i do own I robot by the alan parsons project
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unless i have a crush on someone, i won't remember names.

7ared from subway, for example.


Paul Weller was the creative force behind The Jam. His current solo efforts are some of my favorite records ever. He's a love for The Who and The Supremes, and has a penchant great R&B inspired rock. He's God.

Bernard Butler was the guitar player for Suede, on their 1st 2 albums (1993 and 1994), both of which are classics.. His 2 solo records were ok, but he needed the singer from Suede to balance his guitar work. They rejoined and formed a band called The Tears. Which is brilliant and recalls the 1st 2 Suede records.

At least we can all agree Supergrass are better than Radiohead or Coldplay. Music should be somewhat joyful.
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Music should be somewhat joyful.
while i agree that radiohead's music might not be best described as 'joyful', i think it a lot of it is beautiful.

and i'll take that over happy sounding shit anyday.
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I love the Doves, but can't stand Supergrass, one video clip aside.

Music shouldn't be any one thing. Joyful, sad, beautiful, direct, reflect the sound of a 2005 NYC traffic jam or an 1850 French Battlefield. Doesn't matter as long as it's honest. If you can only enjoy music that is joyful, you're missing the point.
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Paul Weller was the creative force behind The Jam. His current solo efforts are some of my favorite records ever. He's a love for The Who and The Supremes, and has a penchant great R&B inspired rock. He's God.

Bernard Butler was the guitar player for Suede, on their 1st 2 albums (1993 and 1994), both of which are classics.. His 2 solo records were ok, but he needed the singer from Suede to balance his guitar work. They rejoined and formed a band called The Tears. Which is brilliant and recalls the 1st 2 Suede records.

At least we can all agree Supergrass are better than Radiohead or Coldplay. Music should be somewhat joyful.
ah, thanks for the clarification.

supergrass isn't bad, not my favourite by no means.

7oyful music when done right can be the best thing ever. like olsen olsen by sigur and ros on a country road in the middle of nowhere, watching a meteor shower.

yeah...that was awesome.
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'doves' suck.

in fact, you're the only person who's ever said they're better than radiohead in the history of the universe, thus muting your opinion to one of irrelevance.
I don't really know why, but, zoomerang, I must admit you made me laugh out loud and almost spit my vodka and coke out

really nice

I will agree with you and say that everyone who thinks that Coldplay are SOMEHOW better than radiohead are IDIOTS

seriously...oh my god

Reading this thread hurts in some ways...but it's nice to see that far more people like Radiohead

oh my god
oh my god
chris martin...what have you done?

Fuck..Parachutes actually showed some potential...but all for NAUGHT

goddamn...coldplay don't compare
sweet jesus

everyone who said coldplay are OBJECTIVELY WRONG

this is science
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I don't really know why, but, zoomerang, I must admit you made me laugh out loud and almost spit my vodka and coke out

really nice

I will agree with you and say that everyone who thinks that Coldplay are SOMEHOW better than radiohead are IDIOTS

seriously...oh my god

Reading this thread hurts in some ways...but it's nice to see that far more people like Radiohead

oh my god
oh my god
chris martin...what have you done?

Fuck..Parachutes actually showed some potential...but all for NAUGHT

goddamn...coldplay don't compare
sweet jesus

everyone who said coldplay are OBJECTIVELY WRONG

this is science


i agree with everything you said

everything you will ever say

i love you, and more than 7ust as friends.
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i love you, and more than 7ust as friends.
you and Basstrap, that's sexy
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