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Old 12-01-2007, 03:16 PM   #21
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Wow, Beggar's and Sticky Fingers are two of the finest albums ever made, in my opinion. I am looking for Wot's the Deal to win this one.
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Both are extremely boring.


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Old 12-01-2007, 06:07 PM   #23
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Both are extremely boring.


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I'll second this.
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Old 12-01-2007, 06:09 PM   #24
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I'll save a porto-potty for you guys there.

Like a Rolling Stone, Street Fightin' Man, Sympathy for the Devil, Desolation Row, Meet Me in the Morning, Brown Sugar, Moonlight Mile, and other awesome tracks are boring?
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I love the irony of a Pink Floyd fan calling Dylan or the Stones boring.

Riiiiiiight.
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Okay I like some Stones songs... Start Me Up, Gimme Shelter, Wild Horses and a few others... but overall As for Dylan, Like A Rolling Stone is cool and maybe a couple more here and there. Other than that, his style is not for me. I have not listened to either Dylan's or Stones' actual albums, just greatest hits collections... but they were pretty exhaustive as they were self made compilations.
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True, but you can't judge a band solely on best ofs, in my opinion.

Listening to 40 Licks is a completely different experience than all of Exile on Main Street or Let It Bleed.
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Actually sorry I have listened to Exile but it was quite a while back. And I don't think I let the album grow on me. The first listen bored me and I gave up.
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I love the irony of a Pink Floyd fan calling Dylan or the Stones boring.

Riiiiiiight.
Pink Floyd are my style. The Stones aren't and Dylan well and truly isn't. I know, how dare I have my own tastes.
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Well saying it's not your style, but accusing other artists of being boring when you're championing a band that does a lot of trippy, instrumental "exploration" is a bit hypocritical.

It's like me calling the Grateful Dead drugged-out stoner music and then extolling the talents of Phish.
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Well saying it's not your style, but accusing other artists of being boring when you're championing a band that does a lot of trippy, instrumental "exploration" is a bit hypocritical.
What? C'mon, one can find Pink Floyd trippy and interesting and find the verbose Dylan boring. It's all personal taste. That's all it is.
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Well saying it's not your style, but accusing other artists of being boring when you're championing a band that does a lot of trippy, instrumental "exploration" is a bit hypocritical.

It's like me calling the Grateful Dead drugged-out stoner music and then extolling the talents of Phish.
No, it's not like that. One makes music that sounds interesting to my ears (usually, anyway - The Wall is crap). The other does nothing that interests me, so listening becomes boring. Simple as that.
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