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Old 08-03-2006, 09:07 AM   #46
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Eric Clapton - all time most boring vocalist. Blaahhh

Staind - their success baffles me. Whiny, utterly lame

Yes - watery prog-rock crap

Phish - pointless

REM Post-Berry - an endless denoument to an otherwise great career
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1) The beatles
2) Metallica
3) Bruce Sprinsteen ( except Streets of philadelphia)
4) Pearl Jam
5) Guns n Roses
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1. Without a doubt The Dire Straits just put on the LIVE AID DVD 1985
2. PINK FLOYD just put on the LIVE AID DVD 2005 (I do like some of their earlier stuff)
3. The Rolling Stones after 1975 (an occasional good song, but mostly boring as hell and definitely live very dull)
4. Genesis
5. Nickelback, Creed, LimpBizkit, Korn, POD , and the band that had the song with Jay-Z.. (can't remember their name at the moment..) You know the kind of bands I mean..
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Eric Clapton - all time most boring vocalist. Blaahhh
Yes!!!

Actually in hindsight, instead of The Who I should have said Eric Clapton. At least The Who showed tons of energy in their music. Eric Clapton is a freakin' snoozefest!

Consider that song Layla for example. Don't get me wrong, it's a good song overall. But that outro gets real old real fast. Let's have a 2 hour outro repeating the same chords over and over again and it'll become a classic!!!

imo imo!!
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I'm shocked to see Pearl Jam mentioned

anyway...

1. The Rolling Stones
2. Bon Jovi
3. The Police
4. all that middle of the road crap like nickelback, goo goo dolls, train, five for fighting, creed, 3 doors down, DMB, bryan adams, dashboard confessional, jack johnson, simple plan, ...
5. all that crap like limp bizkit, linkin park, korn, seether, staind, pod, papa roach, ...

besides PJ a lot of my favourite artists are mentioned too (oasis, nirvana, springsteen...)
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What?! How can the type of Progressive Rock you're talking about be boring?
Listen to: Starship Trooper by Yes, Communion With The Sun by Utopia, and Dogs by Pink Floyd. Then try and say that Prog Rock is boring.
I respect you opinion but you're way off if you think extended guitar and drums solos by some of the most talented musicians of all-time are boring.
If the truth be told i do like a bit of pink floyd but i know i'll never be a big fan because songs like Shine On You Crazy Diamond just bore me to tears. I've heard other prog similar to that and it just doesn't stimulate my ears whatsoever. I've got immense respect for them as musicians as i play an instrument myself but i find the music all rather dull.
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4. all that middle of the road crap like nickelback, goo goo dolls, train, five for fighting, creed, 3 doors down, DMB, bryan adams, dashboard confessional, jack johnson, simple plan, ...
5. all that crap like limp bizkit, linkin park, korn, seether, staind, pod, papa roach, ...
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Yep.. Imagine.. stuck in a room with 1 radio only playing the above bands.. Hell would look like a fun place then..
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hmm, not much music bores me
if only because when I don't like it I don't listen
I guess the only band that I find a wee bit boring is Radiohead, but that's because they're the only band that doesn't do much for me that I've actually tried more than 5 times to get into

Chris Martin's voice would be a good number 2
his voice already gets on my nerves after 8 seconds though
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Old 08-03-2006, 10:58 AM   #55
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1) The beatles

ARE YOU KIDDING ME!!!!!!!!!!!!

1. Red Hot Chilli Peppers
2.Linkin Park
3.Mazzy Star
4.Rolling Stones
5. Creed.
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2. PINK FLOYD just put on the LIVE AID DVD 2005 (I do like some of their earlier stuff)


Pink Floyd's Live 8 performance was probably the most historical musical moment of 2005. But since you're not a fan, you wouldn't understand why.

I really don't like this thread. A lot of my favourites are being mentioned. Then again, I can't really complain. It's all down to personal taste.
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Pink Floyd's Live 8 performance was probably the most historical musical moment of 2005.
I agree with this. It was truly historical. Pink Floyd's album sales jumped 1343% after that performance, and that cannot be said about any of the other artists who performed that day.
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I agree with this. It was truly historical.
Seriously. I didn't think it was going to happen. Nobody thought it was going to happen. But it did. Pigs flew! And it was incredible! That it could be considered boring, of all things, just doesn't seem possible.
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I knew this thread was gonna ruffle some feathers, before I even started it! I think the key is to not care about other people bashing your favorite bands. We all can't have the same opinions anyway!

I had to make this thread. I had to get it out of my system after subjecting myself to listening to those CDs in the car.


Could somebody send me that Live 8 Floyd performance? I've been wanting to watch it since forever but can't afford to buy the whole dvd set!

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I knew this thread was gonna ruffle some feathers, before I even started it! I think the key is to not care about other people bashing your favorite bands. We all can't have the same opinions anyway!

I had to make this thread. I had to get it out of my system after subjecting myself to listening to those CDs in the car.
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