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Old 05-14-2008, 10:20 PM   #601
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I like him, just not a lot. I was always more into Queen.
queen's great too. but you can always like both, it's not a one or the other type thing
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What's your idea of a fun, solid track, Screws?
Um...the Magic Dance.
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I mean you should skip from Aladdin Sane to Station To Station.
That skips Diamond Dogs, though. That has the title track, the Sweet Thing/Candidate/Sweet Thing (Reprise) trio, Rebel Rebel, Rock n Roll With Me, 1984, We Are the Dead, Big Brother.

The only things I don't like on the album is the closing track, which is weak.
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I like him, just not a lot. I was always more into Queen.
What have you heard of him?
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Um...the Magic Dance.
Good choice.

As awesome as Muppets are though:

The Funk > Muppets from Labyrinth
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queen's great too. but you can always like both, it's not a one or the other type thing
I was just using Queen as an example of a similar artist that I prefer more. So
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Good choice.

As awesome as Muppets are though:

The Funk > Muppets from Labyrinth
I love the funk bass. One of the great uses of an instrument.
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What have you heard of him?
Pretty much all the major songs and certain album cuts. Not everything, though.

I always thought the music was decent, but it never grabbed me in a way that I just had to explore every album.
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That skips Diamond Dogs, though. That has the title track, the Sweet Thing/Candidate/Sweet Thing (Reprise) trio, Rebel Rebel, Rock n Roll With Me, 1984, We Are the Dead, Big Brother.

The only things I don't like on the album is the closing track, which is weak.
I like 1984 and Sweet Thing but not the rest of it.
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I love the funk bass. One of the great uses of an instrument.
Bootsy Collins approves.

Tell that to Axver though. Ax, if you read this later, did you get my email?
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Screwtape, don't look now, but we're both over 100 posts in this thread.

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Pretty much all the major songs and certain album cuts. Not everything, though.

I always thought the music was decent, but it never grabbed me in a way that I just had to explore every album.
I recommend delving into his albums if you get the chance. Ziggy Stardust, Station to Station, and Low being my three main recommendations.
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Screwtape, don't look now, but we're both over 100 posts in this thread.

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And the Celtics are winning.

They can't win on the road anymore, and yet they can get away with it still.
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I was just using Queen as an example of a similar artist that I prefer more. So


oh, and i found pictures
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