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Crash171  
23 Oct 2009 15:58 | Quote
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Anyone know and good Rap and Rock bands? I might be starting a new project with a rapper as a front man.
guitarmastergod  
23 Oct 2009 16:05 | Quote
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uhhh Rage Against The Machine? limp biscuit i dunno
BodomBeachTerror  
23 Oct 2009 16:21 | Quote
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early Slipknot
carlsnow  
23 Oct 2009 16:41 | Quote
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Lou Reed
BodomBeachTerror  
23 Oct 2009 16:44 | Quote
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P.O.D?
DarkRiff  
23 Oct 2009 17:21 | Quote
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wow, how 'bout one of the first groups to combine the 2 genres, Run DMC
league  
23 Oct 2009 18:39 | Quote
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Cypress Hill and Rage Against the Machine.
AlexB  
23 Oct 2009 19:40 | Quote
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Bumblefoot
fender_bender  
23 Oct 2009 19:44 | Quote
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We are young by hollywood undead is kinda cool. POD too.
apollos  
23 Oct 2009 20:56 | Quote
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linkin park
gx1327  
23 Oct 2009 21:32 | Quote
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DarkRiff says:
wow, how 'bout one of the first groups to combine the 2 genres, Run DMC


agree and disagree. didn't Run DMC sample all of their rock tracks? TRUE they did merge rap and rock HOWEVER they also didn't write and perform original rock songs.

one of my favorite bands of all time is MFZB! Zebrahead. check out their first single "get back" another of my favorites is "someday"

bonus youtube clips (don't you hate it when people do this? i do, and i do it anyway)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0CcXakPsS8

that was back in '98... 10 years later they are still doing it (they're huge in japan, have a small following in the states)

OH also, check out Steriogram. they're from australia. same format as ZH (lead singer and lead guitarist/vocalist trade verses and choruses, 2nd guitarist bassist and drummer). they are REALLY good, did not get a lot of airplay in the states. don't know how well they were receieved overseas...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owGmgOaLCuo

actually i think these guys may be kiwis, not aussies...
patleh  
24 Oct 2009 10:02 | Quote
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the rapper t.i. uses drums, guitar, and a bass in hiss songs
JustJeff  
24 Oct 2009 13:11 | Quote
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Check out Chronic Future. They had a few good songs back in '05/'06 but have since disappeared off the scene. I don't know what they are up to nowadays.

Here was one of their singles:

patleh  
24 Oct 2009 14:13 | Quote
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og yeah chronic future
sev121993  
26 Oct 2009 19:38 | Quote
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The lamb-like devils.
Geetur  
26 Oct 2009 20:24 | Quote
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Rapping over certain kinds of guitar music isn't easy. It almost has to be like "Pardon me" by incubus (for example) where the bass and drums carry the song. Although if you listen to the acoustic version Mike does a diff version and it still works. But it is all about groove.
Geetur  
26 Oct 2009 20:32 | Quote
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Oh and outkast didn't do the greatest job over the instrumental but check out the song "Chonkyfire".


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