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1 - 03-01-2009, 11:28 AM quote
KingDread
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Default what music do you like?

just say the kind of music you like AS LONG AS ITS METAL!!!
what i listen to
zao
as i lay dying
at the gates
mortification
lamb of god

now go have fun befor i pwn you NOOB >:(
 
2 - 03-02-2009, 05:42 AM quote
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Sevendust
Disturbed
3 Doors Down
Nickelback
Queensryche
I Mother Earth
Soul Sirkus

Little miss Muffit, sat on her tuffet,
eating her......

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3 - 03-02-2009, 09:01 AM quote
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Metal is not ALL the music in the world, jeez, some people should really expand themsevles

Pink Floyd
Broadcast
Oasis
Jaco Pastorius
There thiemlitz
Sigur Ros
Brian Eno
Cocteau Twins (<3)
Led Zeppelin
Soda Stereo
Lucybell
Splashdown
Keane
Travis
Galaxie 500 (awesome group, but sadly not so well known)
Mars Volta
Nirvana
Tiamat
A Flock Of Seagulls
Ez3kiel
And when I'm feeling corny, Dido.



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4 - 03-02-2009, 10:47 AM quote
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5 - 03-02-2009, 11:11 AM quote
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Numbuh 178
 
6 - 03-02-2009, 11:45 AM quote
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Breaking Benjamin
Dimmu Borgir
Static-X
And yes, there is a larger span of music out there
@Nukem: =P
 
7 - 03-02-2009, 07:21 PM quote
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Uh... *thinks*

Pink Floyd (and Roger Waters)
Cream (and Eric Clapton and his early bands post-Cream)
Led Zeppelin
Black Sabbath
Blue Oyster Cult
AC/DC
Allman Brothers Band
Gov't Mule
James Brown
The Beatles
The Doors
Dave Matthews Band
Bruce Springsteen
Jeff Beck (Group)
The White Stripes
Bob Dylan
Bob Marley
The Who
Jimi Hendrix
Nirvana
The Killers
The Kinks
Steppenwolf
Stevie Ray Vaughan
The Replacements
Radiohead
Grateful Dead
Grand Funk Railroad
U2
Van Halen
The Wallflowers
Wilco

to name some (since I got tired of typing)

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8 - 03-02-2009, 08:19 PM quote
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Arklon
Uh... *thinks*

Pink Floyd (and Roger Waters)



You should listen to Syd Barrett's solo work, he's an amazing lad.... well.. WAS an amazing lad.



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9 - 03-02-2009, 08:40 PM quote
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Hmm...

Darude
Nine Inch Nails
Linkin Park
Fort Minor
Nickelback
Apocalyptica
Epica
Bob Marley
Hoobastank
Disturbed
Puddle of Mudd
Creed
U2
Juno Reactor
Paul Oakenfold
ZZ Top
Breaking Benjamin
Three Doors Down
Three Days Grace
AC/DC
Metallica
The Doors
Saliva
Cristal Snow
Incubus
40 Foot Echo
Collective Soul
Candlebox
Crossfade
Coldplay
Julien K
Bush (The band, mind you)
30 Seconds to Mars
Black Lab
The Cranberries
Eve 6
Smashmouth
Staind
Flogging Molly
Enya (Yes, really)
Phil Collins / Genesis
Hard Fi
The Killers
Loverboy
Journey
Kenny Loggins
Adema
Black Sabbath
Mudvayne
Matchbox 20
Rush
Rammstein
Prodigy

...

I'll have to get back to you, that's all I can think of at the moment...there must be more somewhere...

Edit:

And before I forget, (Oh, + Slipknot to the list), I owe 99.667% of my musical collection to Naosyth.

 
10 - 03-02-2009, 08:55 PM quote
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Have you guys noticed every person posts more bands than the one before?



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Actually, Zaxx posted less than the one before his.

 
12 - 03-02-2009, 09:47 PM quote
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Mezalyth
Actually, Zaxx posted less than the one before his.


Zaxx doesn't counts.



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13 - 03-02-2009, 10:35 PM quote
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Well, i guess i may as well post more than Mez.. should be easy considering 99.667% of his music came from me XD

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Adema
Aerosmith
The Airborn Toxic Event
The All-American Rejects (A little)
Angles and Airwaves
Apocalyptica
Bob Marley
The Beatles
Black Sabbath
Breaking Benjamin
The Cranberries
Creed
Coldplay (wewt)
Cage9
Darude
Disturbed (a little)
Eve 6
The Doors
Evenescence (a little)
Filter
Foo Fighters
Fort Minor
The Fray
Greenday
Hot Hot Heat
Kaiser Chiefs (A little)
Killers
Kings of Leon
Led Zeppelin
Linkin Park
Metallica
Nickelback
The Offspring
Paul Van Dyke
Powerman 5000
Pillar
The Postal Service
Genesis
Queen
queens of the Stonage
Rammstein
Rancid
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Reel Big Fish
Rise Against
Shinedown
Snow Patrol
Sound Garden (A little)
Stevie Wonder
The String Quartet
Sublime
System of a Down
Tears for Fears (A little)
Third Eye Blind
Trapt
U2
The Verve
Weird Al
Yellowcard




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14 - 03-03-2009, 09:53 AM quote
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Naosyth
Evenescence (a little)


*pukes*

Oh!, you like Yellowcard, nice one.



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15 - 03-03-2009, 11:35 AM quote
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I like some Evanessence...however you spell it.

Mostly "Eternal" or...gah, what's it... "Wake Me Up". Oh, and "Everybody's Fool" and "Tourniquete"...

Okay, I like more than some Evanessence.

 
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