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Old 01-12-2003, 10:38 AM   #16
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wrong.

theyre the best band on the planet now, by a long shot, surely that counts for something
will always be subjective bear

you're right about these type of opinion compilations..mostly a little bit of fun..and shouldn't be taken so seriously..this UK poll in particular caught the attention of some American Duran Duran fans who spread the word and poured in every vote they could get away with..of course it will back-fire and..um #46..

..would have been great to have seen them maintain #1 for more than a few days
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Oasis number 3 and Beatles not number 1?!?



So much for releveance of this list.


Aren't Led Zeppelin Americans?
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Aren't Led Zeppelin Americans?
Yes, just like Clapton is American.
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I don't know how Adam and the Ants could be above Elton John. Elton John made a lot of great music.
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Yes, just like Clapton is American.
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Any list that has the Beatles getting beaten for a change is worthwile in my book.
No offense to Beatles fans..
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Contrary to popular belief, Radiohead (while awesome and wonderful) is not the end all and be all. Thank you.


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sorry for hurting your feelings.

i simply meant these ranks based on votes are useless to look at. You would agree..
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...Page became one of the hottest session guitarists in the U.K., turning down an offer to join the Yardbirds after Clapton left. Of course, he later joined the Yardbirds in 1966 in a brief guitar super-group with Jeff Beck and taking over the lead guitar spot until the group's demise in 1968. The formation of Led Zeppelin in the summer of 1968 would bring unparalleled success. Through Zep, Page could unleash his playing and songwriting in a variety of styles: blues, folk, Indian etc., but the magic of Led Zeppelin created an unimaginable chemistry of its own

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where the hell is underworld or massive attack? this list is a big fat hairy loser... but then did i really expect something else?. . . ptooie. . .
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ya i agree skeek.

and on top of that they list coldplay in the top ten, and leave out radiohead. dumb shitheads.
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