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EMB5490  
2 Apr 2008 20:50 | Quote
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what is the band you think tht puts the most emotions into there music, as is guitar, and lyrical and everything wise?
mine by far is the imfamous pink floyd.
Guitarslinger124  
2 Apr 2008 21:13 | Quote
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what kind of emotion? if its general...id say any hate metal band...or well...the obvious-any "Emo" band. if you mean musical emotion...id have to say The Jimi Hendrix Experience.
brodyxhollow  
2 Apr 2008 21:48 | Quote
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I've come to find one thing about the White Stripes,
Jack White can create some powerful emotions with his guitar.
Skold  
2 Apr 2008 21:52 | Quote
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Oasis.
telecrater  
2 Apr 2008 22:15 | Quote
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SRV
Skold  
2 Apr 2008 22:24 | Quote
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Judas Priest.
ThePusher  
3 Apr 2008 03:56 | Quote
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Jaco Pastorius instrumentally, Van Halen plays pretty raw live though
deefa  
3 Apr 2008 04:01 | Quote
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Pulp!
blackholesun  
3 Apr 2008 05:59 | Quote
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Pearl Jam, hands down. Go listen to "Black" from the album "Ten", or "Rearviewmirror" from "Vs."
les_paul  
3 Apr 2008 11:37 | Quote
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Hendrix
Notim  
3 Apr 2008 15:34 | Quote
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Hmmmm never thought of music as hate music...Accept!(the band)
EMB5490  
3 Apr 2008 15:51 | Quote
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true dat hendrix played with about as much emotion as anything(i mean in the expression and the sound and the meaning of song, not the emo bands.
lance  
3 Apr 2008 18:31 | Quote
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telecrater says:
SRV


+1
Skold  
3 Apr 2008 18:47 | Quote
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Victor Wooten, Dave Matthews Band, and Jean Baudin.
KicknGuitar  
3 Apr 2008 19:04 | Quote
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EMB5490 says:
imfamous pink floyd!

I wouldn't call them "infamous." Definitely famous, if anything rebellious, but not evil... In fact, I'm listening to Animals right now... pretty much the opposite of bad, although they definitely have their melancholy songs... Vera, how beautifully haunting is that? Practically the whole Wall album is.

Anyway,
blackholesun says:
Pearl Jam

All it takes is a listen to their live work...
telecrater says:
SRV

A hige reason why he's my favorite guitarist, listen to Lenny and tell me you don't hear it, then actually watch him play, it's twice as powerful.

DMB is another strikingly emotional band, their live work is double the emotion of the studio work.

Michael Hedges has it going on with him and his guitars. Quite inspiring.

Allman Brothers Band, Damien Dempsey, Led Zeppelin, this list could go on and on...
EMB5490  
3 Apr 2008 19:07 | Quote
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i ment to say famous, not imfamous.
Phip  
3 Apr 2008 20:21 | Quote
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someday when you get a chance listen to the boss sing "drive all night"
Cata34  
3 Apr 2008 20:27 | Quote
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A band I really like that has lots of emotion is Dir en Grey. Listen to the song "Namamekashiki Ansoku, Tomadoi Ni Hohoemi"
league  
4 Apr 2008 01:29 | Quote
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Santana, SRV, Mustaine hates Metallica and The System and he shows it in his lyrics and shows. I havent seen hate this legit since the Hulk.
les_paul  
4 Apr 2008 01:44 | Quote
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I have to put Skynyrd out there. Their music, and I'm talking about the old stuff (I don't follow the new stuff as much) was about real life. Curtis Lowe was based on one of Ronnie Van Zant's neighbors when he was growing up. Garry Rossington was out partying and drove his car into an oak tree, that's where the song "That smell" came from. To me a song is better if it's about something real.
EMB5490  
4 Apr 2008 05:54 | Quote
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true skynyrd has gr8 ones.


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