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jarhead666  
12 Jul 2008 17:59 | Quote
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Atm what would you say is your favourite song?


Mine would most likely be Seven by Vagiant
Skold  
12 Jul 2008 18:47 | Quote
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Heart Shaped Box - Nirvana
crislyn23_nt  
12 Jul 2008 19:02 | Quote
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dont fear the reaper by blue oyster cult

hehehe, i just found it today and its pretty sweet,
GuitarBoy666  
12 Jul 2008 19:06 | Quote
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Hehe, I will second that Seven by Vagiant.

Spoonman - Soundgarden
Rusty Cage - Soundgarden
Outshined - Soundgarden
Flirtin' With Disaster - Molly Hatchet
jcb3000  
12 Jul 2008 19:47 | Quote
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my favourite song changes over time but at the moment its a tie between 4 for me:
Moonchild - Iron Maiden
Map Of The Problematique - Muse
Just Tonight... - Jimmy Eat World
and
Fade to Black - Metallica
Guitarslinger124  
12 Jul 2008 21:39 | Quote
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This was so hard to do!

1) "Superstition" - Stevie Wonder
2) "All Along the Watchtower" - Jimi Hendrix version
3) "Redneck" - Lamb of God
4) "Dread and Fugitive Mind" - Megadeth
5) "Hard Lines and Sunken Cheeks" - Pantera
6) "Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy" - Queen
7) "Ain't Talkin' 'bout Love" - Van Halen
8) "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" - Queen
9) "Set the World on Fire" - Symphony X
10)"Ticket to Heaven" - 3 Doors Down
RelaxedDude  
12 Jul 2008 22:45 | Quote
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Mines probly Nick of Time by Bonnie Raitt =)

Hey dudes, I need a really good rock song that I will have fun playing, and suggestions?
Cata34  
12 Jul 2008 22:52 | Quote
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Currently it's Never Wanted to Dance by Mindless Self Indulgence
mattmurray  
12 Jul 2008 23:10 | Quote
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@Guitarslinger... dread and the fugitive mind is definitely my favorite megadeth song and one of my favorite songs ever...
jasonmac  
13 Jul 2008 12:02 | Quote
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i'll probally be the only one to say this but Peace of Mind by Boston
telecrater  
13 Jul 2008 13:02 | Quote
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I don't see how once can choose this?

I think mine would be St. Stephen or Wheel by the Grateful Dead. then again........yeah i'll just go with that.
Empirism  
13 Jul 2008 13:13 | Quote
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agree...this is almost imposible ;D...

I must pick unexpectedly D.A.D - Laugh 'n' a 1/2
Phip  
13 Jul 2008 13:48 | Quote
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Yeah that's pretty much impossible. My memory of the songs that "pulled" me into music were probably Up on the Roof by the Drifters and Stagerlee by Lloyd Price. I can remember hearing those songs when i got my first radio (had to clip it to the windowsill to get reception) That's my first recollection and i was completely hooked with She Love You by the Beatles.
Crunch  
13 Jul 2008 18:02 | Quote
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I always have a hard time picking favorite songs. I've been listening to "Rivendell" by Rush recently, and that could be a contender. However, on the whole, I don't think I'll ever be able to pick a favorite song.
ThePusher  
14 Jul 2008 00:03 | Quote
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right now I dig Are You Dead Yet? by Children of Bodom alot, and I want to be able to enjoy I Want You To Want me again
foogered  
14 Jul 2008 01:00 | Quote
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I'm going to go ahead and define my favorite song as one that I can't stop listening to on my iPod. Right now it's a tie between "(Late Night At The) Maple Leaf" by the Stanton Moore Trio, and "Broken Heart Song" by The Billy Lee Janey Band. "Thank You For The Sunshine", also by The Billy Lee Janey Band is right up there.

Billy Lee Janey is my guitar teacher, and he's getting to be a pretty big name in Iowa. If you get the chance, check out his newest album, "What's Your Trick". He blends Hard Rock, Blues, and Funk really nicely.
Veqq  
14 Jul 2008 03:21 | Quote
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Fast as a Shark - Accept

When I was like 8 I heard it and it got me into music, and metal.
JustJeff  
14 Jul 2008 07:14 | Quote
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My new favorite song >.<

Skip to 0:30 if you want to skip all his finnish talking >.
CTown  
16 Jul 2008 00:30 | Quote
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Matt Nathanson - Church Clothes
EMB5490  
17 Jul 2008 08:44 | Quote
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tuesdays gone-skynyrd (right now)
NCFC91  
17 Jul 2008 09:03 | Quote
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I can never pick my favourate few songs, i seem to have trouble even picking a list of 100, dont know which ones to include, but 2 in my head at the moment are,

The Libertines- Can't Stand Me Now
The Strokes- You Only Live Once

I would recommend them to anyone they are amazing.
joe  
17 Jul 2008 10:13 | Quote
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either...

the man who would be king - the libertines

young love - the mystery jets

what she said - the smiths
NCFC91  
17 Jul 2008 10:32 | Quote
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"joe". Take it your obviously a libertines fan which is great, becuase not many people have the same taste as me on here. Intresting choice regarding "the man who would be king" so many libertines songs would be in my favourate list, like Music when the lights go out, Time for heroes, Dont look back into the sun, and What became of the Likely lads.

joe  
17 Jul 2008 10:42 | Quote
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yeah i am. and they are all great songs, especially time for heroes and dont look back into the sun.

do you like babyshambles as well?

fuck forever and delivery are both great songs.
NCFC91  
17 Jul 2008 10:48 | Quote
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Yeah ive also love Babyshambles and ive seen them live, very similir but less rocky on the whole. Fuck fovever and delievery are great songs. Dont forget Albion and Kilamangiro which also deserve a mention.
joe  
17 Jul 2008 10:54 | Quote
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ah cool, where did you see them?

yeah they are good songs too, especially albion. brilliant song.

and there she goes as well.

pete doherty is pretty damn good tbh even despite his problems.
NCFC91  
17 Jul 2008 10:57 | Quote
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Pete is a legend for his musical talent anyway. I saw them in Nottingham, thats where in live in england. Best band ive seen live, havent been to many but they put on a very good show!
joe  
17 Jul 2008 11:02 | Quote
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ah cool not too far away from good old gloucestershiiiire.

they sound pretty good live from the videos ive seen on youtube.

what other stuff you into?
NCFC91  
17 Jul 2008 11:07 | Quote
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erm, well as i said, very much into Kings of Leon and The strokes, aside from tem i would say Artic Monkeys, Oasis my all favourates dirty pretty thing (yet another libertines conection lol), There the ones that stand out. I love just about every band in this kind of genre to be honest for example, you may not be too aware of them but i really like the coral for their aquistic songs and makes after listening to rock/punk, i like kasabian and the cribs if you havent heard there stuff there quite punky, particularly the first 2 albums.
Skold  
17 Jul 2008 11:09 | Quote
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She's Electric - Oasis

joe  
17 Jul 2008 11:12 | Quote
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oh yeah the dirty pretty things are slick. might be seeing them at T4 if im not working, altho i think i am :(. tired of england is a great song. i know most of them but ill have a listen to some of the cribs stuff. any good songs to look out for? i quite like the smiths and some of morrisseys stuff too.
NCFC91  
17 Jul 2008 11:12 | Quote
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tune that is lol. Are oasis big in the states?
NCFC91  
17 Jul 2008 11:14 | Quote
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Yeah i like smiths and morrisey. Probably prefer morrissey solo stuff but both have some great tunes.

If you were wanting to get into the cribs, i would say listen out for Mirrir Kisses, for a really punky song, Mens Needs for a amazing riff, and Im a realist which is a great song, that will get you started with them. Not guarenteeing you will like them though.
Skold  
17 Jul 2008 11:15 | Quote
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No, Oasis is very obscure here. However, the fans they have here are EXTREMELY loyal. The reason being that we don't have good music here anymore.

NCFC91  
17 Jul 2008 11:17 | Quote
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haha, are you not a fan of Kings of Leon and The strokes, both from the states and both in my eyes are incredible.
Skold  
17 Jul 2008 11:19 | Quote
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Never heard of Kings of Leon, but The Strokes are decent.
joe  
17 Jul 2008 11:20 | Quote
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ok listened to mirror kisses and really liked that one. good work.

mens needs is slick too. gonna ask the rest of my band if we can cover it lol.

such a good song.

good call on them, good band so far
NCFC91  
17 Jul 2008 11:21 | Quote
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Not saying you will like them, but they might be worth a look from your point of view. Massive here in england, fairly small in USA. They have been headlining Glastonbury and others this year.
NCFC91  
17 Jul 2008 11:23 | Quote
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Nice one Joe, really glad you like it, deserve more attention then they get, as i beieve there one of the better bands out there at the moment.
NCFC91  
17 Jul 2008 11:25 | Quote
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Joe

The Cribs- Youre Gonna Lose Us

Thats another i would recommend by them.

Another punky style song.
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