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Jemba  
18 Aug 2010 08:33 | Quote
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That guy is awesome
MuseFan  
18 Aug 2010 16:12 | Quote
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United Kingdom
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Avenged sevenfold M.I.A the acoustic one
Muse Overture
Dream Theatre the best of times
Avenged Sevenfold Gunslinger

theres lots more but can't be bothered to type them out
gx1327  
19 Aug 2010 07:57 | Quote
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United States
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what muse album is "overture" on? i celebrate most of their work (not a big fan of the newest album) but that isn't ringing a bell.
MuseFan  
19 Aug 2010 10:01 | Quote
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Its the first part of the exogenesis symphony on the resistance (the new one)
i just love how it kicks in blew me away first time i heard it
nullnaught  
22 Aug 2010 16:47 | Quote
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Anything by Jimmy Page.
guitarbadass  
22 Aug 2010 18:19 | Quote
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United States
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mr.crowley#1 to lve is ti die by metallica#2 no more tears#3
nullnaught  
22 Aug 2010 18:30 | Quote
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Eric clapton, Jimmy Hendrix, Randy Rhoads, Edie van halen, Stevie ray van,
Duff  
23 Aug 2010 09:38 | Quote
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Romania
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Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb (both Solos)
Jimi Hendrix - Purple Haze
GnR - Night Train
Led Zepp - Stairway to heaven
thatguitarguy  
26 Aug 2010 13:07 | Quote
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suicidal tendencies- institutionalized
that song is basically one big guitar solo
and
any solo by David Gilmour, Randy Rhoads or jimmy page
LedZeppRox13  
26 Aug 2010 13:15 | Quote
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nullnaught says:
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Yes. :D
LedZeppRox13  
26 Aug 2010 13:17 | Quote
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sorry quote got messed up but definitely anything by Jimmy Page haha.
thatguitarguy  
26 Aug 2010 14:42 | Quote
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type o negative- September sun and GWAR- slap you around have pretty sweet solos also.
gx1327  
30 Aug 2010 17:34 | Quote
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United States
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okay so a few years ago i was watching the MTV europe music video awards on MHD (now called palladia). i don't remember when but it was the year they were hosted in copenhagen. i saw a 15 second clip from a song and thought "man, that is awesome, i have to check them out". the band is called "kashmir" and i fell instantly in love with them. from what i can gather, they are HUGE in their native denmark. i mean like coldplay huge. but i cannot find any recognition of their music in the states. none of their albums have been printed in the states (you can get an import off of amazon for upwards of $30), although i think their newest at least is available on itunes.

anyway, as with most of the bands i listen to, i get a huge hardon for a band or album or genre, listen to it obsessively for a few months, and then i just kind of forget about them and find something else. occsaionally i will rediscover a band that i love.

i think i'm going to repost most of this in the "bands nobody has heard of but should" thread. really these guys are pretty phenomenal. their early music was sort of grunge rock. humorously enough, their original name was "nirvana" until a little band in seattle, WA gained international noteriety under the same name.

from the grunge rock (i've heard some of it but can't find any albums online) they sort of progressed into this OK Computer-meets-Kid A radiohead bliss. it's a mix of eclectic, odd timed rythyms, synthesizers, and folksy guitar songs.

i've always liked most of their music, but now that i rediscovered them, i found a song that is just super awesome that i had previously overlooked.

okay enough ranting. denmark's Kashmir - Petite Machine. i love this solo. any hints on how to get my guitar to sound like that???

MuseFan  
31 Aug 2010 05:16 | Quote
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United Kingdom
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i see what you mean about the radiohead similarities lol
BodomBeachTerror  
31 Aug 2010 14:08 | Quote
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Canada
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nullnaught  
31 Aug 2010 16:11 | Quote
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Seven nation army rocks. I love white stripes. Thanks BBT.
nullnaught  
1 Sep 2010 18:15 | Quote
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macandkanga  
1 Sep 2010 18:28 | Quote
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@nullnaught,

Dude! That was awesome. Page rocked hard from the very start. Thanks for posting.
nullnaught  
2 Sep 2010 15:25 | Quote
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macandkanga  
2 Sep 2010 15:41 | Quote
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nullnaught  
2 Sep 2010 15:47 | Quote
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MoshZilla1016  
2 Sep 2010 16:34 | Quote
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Here's an oldie but a goodie. One of the first speed freaks.. Mr. Alvin Lee
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