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league  
11 Jul 2009 02:43 | Quote
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I was gonna say war and Death Row, murder victims etc.
Nightmare  
11 Jul 2009 06:27 | Quote
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Jimi Hendrix
EMB5490  
11 Jul 2009 07:59 | Quote
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randy rhoads.
keithmark13  
11 Jul 2009 10:16 | Quote
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Why not everyone?
ironman91313  
11 Jul 2009 10:46 | Quote
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Rhoads! I cannot even begin to imagine all the crazy awesome music I would be listening now if he were still alive.
Ozzfan486  
11 Jul 2009 10:46 | Quote
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It'd be too crowded. I'd bring back Dime. Hendrix would have been shunned be all the shred dudes anyway. Randy was going to go back to college. And SRV, from what I've seen has gotten more famous whilst being gone. Dime though, there very well may have been a Pantera reunion at some point. And he was already massively known for his abilities. Just my opinion. Please noone start arguing.
JazzMaverick  
11 Jul 2009 13:12 | Quote
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Thelonious Monk anyday, he's a true legend.
EMB5490  
11 Jul 2009 18:57 | Quote
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randy rhoads. although going back to college, he was only 25. at the time he died he was going to make a new album with ozzy, apparently ozzy and others say he had this cool thing going on, with delay, chorus distortion itr sounded insane...
telecrater  
11 Jul 2009 23:10 | Quote
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I would go for SRV. I was torn between Stevie and Jerry Garcia but in the end I felt that Jerry had already left a huge impact and Stevie when he died was just starting to leave a mark.
JazzMaverick  
12 Jul 2009 00:12 | Quote
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No one said Michael Jackson... poor Michael.
league  
12 Jul 2009 06:35 | Quote
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The better question is which one would survive alongside today's musicians and fans?

I believe people are remembered by their accomplishments and not what they could have accomplished.

We will never know for certain what they would have accomplished.

Some people prove their true selves later in their lives while others prove themselves early on.

Dimebag would probably fair up pretty well and would keep the atrocity that is Hellyeah from forming.

SRV would probably have released some great music but would been eventually forgotten like Bob Dylan.


Jerry Garcia would have the loyalty of Deadheads although they would probably start dying out.


Randy Would share the shred title with EVH


Hendrix as a contemporary would have been underrated because his talent was undeniable but as a dead man he is overrated.


Schuldiner was not that popular at the turn of the century even though he helped Death Metal rise to near mainstream status.


Thelonius Monk would have continued his jazz genius.

I'ts strange how people always remember someone when they're dead just look at Michael Jackson.

At the funeral people always say how great they were even if they were complete ***s. hahahaha.


I want to be remembered as I really was I mean what do I care really if I'm already dead.


I'd have to be buried like a good Catholic and not cremated.
EMB5490  
12 Jul 2009 08:23 | Quote
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i think the 2 tht probably would do the best now would be randy and dimebag. although dimebag had left pantera and back playing clubs, a world tour reunion had to have come.

and randy...just think of what he could have done, first of all reunions with ozzy, maybe playing with kevin before he died. maybe forming another band. he was only 25.

hendrix would remain poplular until maybe the 80s then die out.
BodomBeachTerror  
12 Jul 2009 11:40 | Quote
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ohhh right thats who, thanks league. Chuck Shuldiner
case211  
12 Jul 2009 13:18 | Quote
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Ozzy was saying that Randy Rhoads was actually the type of guy to get really into the synthesizer movement on the 80's and probably wouldn't have stayed with Ozzy.
Ozzfan486  
12 Jul 2009 13:18 | Quote
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EMB5490 says:
hendrix would remain poplular until maybe the 80s then die out.


Sad but true.

CacophonyJackson  
12 Jul 2009 16:44 | Quote
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Theres no possible way I could choose between Jimi and Dime, so why not all of 'em?
Pager  
17 Jul 2009 10:14 | Quote
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What about John Bonham :O
If he didnt die then the zeppelin would have kept afloat and they would have produced many great albums and maybe still today :D
AlexB  
17 Jul 2009 13:26 | Quote
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Jackson!
league  
17 Jul 2009 13:27 | Quote
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I like your theory Pager and I agree they would have produced some good albums.


BTW you're welcome BBT.
deefa  
19 Jul 2009 02:48 | Quote
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Eddie Cochran. Good little player in his time. or am I going back too far?
ironman91313  
19 Jul 2009 07:46 | Quote
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Well I would'nt bring back Jackson only because he lived through his Golden Age and gave us great music, It is a shame however that he died before his massive tour he was going to be performing.

Randy however died before he could give us amazing compositions and tunes. I believe if he would of lived longer, everyone would know who Randy Rhoads is.
EMB5490  
19 Jul 2009 08:07 | Quote
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yeah agree ironman. dimebag had already played for a while, recorded many albums, and broke up with pantera. only thing i could see later from then is a runion tour...
Heather  
19 Jul 2009 11:06 | Quote
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There you go Jazzy! You read my mind, I picked Michael. But mainly for his tragic life, not so much for his music to continue. I'm sad he missed the chance to get his life back on track, I was sure the tour was going to do it for him. Ah well, that's fate for you. Always seems to catch us all out for its own reasons.

I came close to saying Johnny Cash, but then I remembered him saying that although he was still constantly writing songs in his head during his later years, he lost the will to write them down. He was just growing tired of it, plus he had a nice full life. So for that I didn't. Then I thought Patsy Cline. Because she died at the young age of 30 and was still composing and performing songs when her life was cut short. I would've liked to have heard more. But sitll MJ by far, but for personal reasons more then music.
EMB5490  
19 Jul 2009 11:12 | Quote
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im acctually suprised no one chose

duane allman
ronnie van zant
steve gaines
allen collins

very suprised all died extremly young in tragic accidents (or in allens case died because of the car crash later) very talented very good writers. great at what they did.
Nightmare  
19 Jul 2009 14:46 | Quote
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check this out : http://www.newsweek.com/id/206442?GT1=43002
God91125  
20 Jul 2009 14:03 | Quote
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I'm tempted to say MJ but Hendrix ftw
guitarbadass  
13 Oct 2009 11:38 | Quote
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randy rhoads,,srv,and bon scott,
carlsnow  
13 Oct 2009 13:01 | Quote
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none of them

there is an order to things and having anyone (i crave Thelonious Monk/Jimi) 'come back' would upset that order.
Domigan_Lefty  
13 Oct 2009 14:33 | Quote
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Gotta say Kurt Cobain.
EMB5490  
13 Oct 2009 19:05 | Quote
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lol jurt cobain (for me) would be one of the people i wouldnt want to come back lol
guitarmastergod  
13 Oct 2009 19:16 | Quote
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^do you mean kurt cobain? cause id kill him again :)
case211  
13 Oct 2009 19:25 | Quote
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@gmg

hhahahahahahahaha lol that's wrong... but yeah I'm definitely not a fan of his or his bands...
Domigan_Lefty  
14 Oct 2009 05:07 | Quote
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Yea, but the way he died...
BodomBeachTerror  
14 Oct 2009 11:03 | Quote
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he friggin killed himself, what a legacy to leave with all the kids who looked up to him
gshredder2112  
11 Dec 2010 15:11 | Quote
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brad nowell
Mistaluke  
11 Dec 2010 15:53 | Quote
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JESUSS! :O
lol
jcb3000  
11 Dec 2010 19:33 | Quote
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Lennon and Harrison! I want more Beatles!
JustJeff  
11 Dec 2010 20:18 | Quote
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There's a certain fact that occurs when a musician or artist passes on: and that's the fortification of their work. As a musician, you need to pass on to create the incredible influence you leave behind.

Therefore, no one should be brought back.
BodomBeachTerror  
11 Dec 2010 20:59 | Quote
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Since the Beatles were done before they died, I doubt you would get any more Beatles even if they were still alive
gshredder2112  
12 Dec 2010 14:38 | Quote
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nobody forget shawn lane!
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