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John Frusciante....

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shredguitar17  
16 Feb 2008 14:24 | Quote
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I just really think he is an amazing songwriter. Who else do you think is an amazing lyricist?
Guitarslinger124  
16 Feb 2008 14:31 | Quote
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sheehan...or whatever his name is...the dude from Tool and A perfect circle...he is incredible...
shredguitar17  
16 Feb 2008 14:59 | Quote
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Oh yeah he is good too.
GuitarBoy666  
16 Feb 2008 17:46 | Quote
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I am probably gonna get bashed but I really enjoy listening to Blink-182 and Angels & Airwaves lyrics. They just have so much power, emotion, and feeling in them. I just think both are amazing bands.
blackholesun  
16 Feb 2008 20:02 | Quote
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Yeah, James Maynard Keenan from Tool is an awesome lyricist. I love Tool, they have such atmospheric songs, like Wings pt 1 and 2 from 10000 days, or Eulogy from Aenema. I think my favorite Tool song though is Parabola from Lateralus. It's preceded by Parabol which is a 3 minute intro with clean guitars, gentle cymbals and spaced out vocals and then the volume swells, and Adam Jones plays this awesome lead part with delay and reverb, and the song never looks back. At the end, the song gradually dies out, playing the same riff as in Parabol. I really dig Adam Jones' somewhat minimalist style, he plays what suits the song rather than mindless noodling.
GuitarBoy666  
16 Feb 2008 20:10 | Quote
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^^^ Really knows his sh!t
Guitarslinger124  
16 Feb 2008 22:12 | Quote
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blackholesun says:
Yeah, James Maynard Keenan from Tool

hehe yea thats how i meant...thanks for cleearing that up i was thinking of billy sheehan...an awesome bass player
shredguitar17  
16 Feb 2008 23:41 | Quote
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Yeah i love Parabola! Its my favorite tool song next to Aenema.
soy.el.che  
16 Feb 2008 23:44 | Quote
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..i have never heard john frusciante... ill do it later. lyricists.... i like lennon, marley, hendrix, sometimes axel rose, cobain, and most classics
i also like tool... prety good.. something of soad, and avenged sevenfold
Guitarslinger124  
16 Feb 2008 23:44 | Quote
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i kinda like A perfect circle better than tool.
blackholesun  
17 Feb 2008 06:00 | Quote
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soy.el.che says:
i have never heard john frusciante


he's the guitarist in RHCP, but he has also released lots of solo albums. I have two of his solo albums, as well as a free album I downloaded from his website which has really lofi songs. I'm not massively keen on his solo work to be honest. Having said that, he does have some really good songs like "Going Inside", "Ramparts" (a minute long instrumental with just 2 acoustics and 2 electrics I think - beautiful) and "Second Walk". John's vocals aren't amazing in the two albums I have, but I'm pretty sure he's got better in recent years.

I'm a fan of APC, although I do prefer Tool.
FromSweden  
14 Dec 2010 05:37 | Quote
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Roger waters
BodomBeachTerror  
14 Dec 2010 11:39 | Quote
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Elliott Smith, Conor Oberst, and Tom Waits are the best lyricists ive come across I think
FromSweden  
14 Dec 2010 12:27 | Quote
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I really like Frusciante´s stuff. Actually his music got me to pick up the guitar, few years ago. Much respect.

Jefferson Airplane got some interseting lyrics

BodomBeachTerror  
14 Dec 2010 12:30 | Quote
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oh and Leonard Cohen of course

I love how the music I am talking is completely different genre then what everyone else is talking haha
nullnaught  
14 Dec 2010 13:46 | Quote
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bob dylan and john lennon.
tinyskateboard  
14 Dec 2010 14:04 | Quote
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Beck, Oscar Hammerstein of Rodgers and Hammerstein, Hal David (who wrote for Burt Bacharach and others)
Ozzfan486  
14 Dec 2010 15:03 | Quote
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Roger Waters/David Gilmour, Layne Staley/Jerry Cantrell, Page & Plant, Hendrix/his mind on drugs, Axl Rose (Don't bash for that, just listen to "Estranged"), Bob Dylan, Jim Morrison, Mick & Keif and pretty much whoever helped them write in the 70's, Brad Nowell, Chris Cornell, Tom Petty, and a bunch more that I'm probably missing, but my absolute favorites are there.

Ozz


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