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Everything posted by TheLizard

  1. I'm pretty sure "Rockin' In The Free World" is a criticism of Bush Sr. "We've got a kinder gentler machine gun hand." That's sarcasm, not patriotism. Silly wikipedia.
  2. The fact is, The Doors are the best band ever. 'Nuff said. (Sorry, couldn't resist. Carry on.)
  3. "Echoes"- Pink Floyd "The Rising"- Bruce Springsteen
  4. That would be because the Doors were around in the 60's, not the 80's...
  5. If anyone wished to check out what's going on right now in our league, they'd notice that I'm kicking some serious behind, mostly on the strength of my Ravens defense.
  6. I'll give you that. Doherty's an idiot. Jim wasn't, but if you don't like him, that's fine with me!
  7. As much as I want to argue, I'm gonna let it be, I'm having a good day and don't feel like being contrary...
  8. Well yeah, but I mean technically!
  9. I don't think Public Enemy counts as rock, except for that thing they did with Anthrax.
  10. The Doors, of course. We also have Springsteen, Dylan, and Aerosmith.
  11. They Might Be Giants make the coolest videos. Ana Ng Birdhouse in Your Soul
  12. "In My Time of Dying" pretty much is an 11 minute summation of Zeppelin's music. Slow bluesy beginning, lightning speed guitars in the middle, mystical lyrics throughout.
  13. I'm fine with either, as long as it's sufficiently loud. Uncle Joe's post reminded me of the first time I listened to "Can You See Me" by the Jimi Hendrix Experience with headphones. There's a note that goes from one ear to the other and back. Very cool. Felt like a ping-pong game going on in my head.
  14. Not a bad list, but Def Leppard...? Well, I suppose they're popular...
  15. That just about proves that those are the three funniest people on the planet.
  16. I have an extreme emotional attachment to that song. Unwise to speak ill of it around me, as my friend learned.
  17. The Eminem song? It's ok, but I almost hit my friend in the face when he said it's better than Dream On.
  18. Billy Joel by a long shot. Never liked Elton that much, Billy is one of my favorites.
  19. I'm not a particularly big rap fan, and loathe most rap released since 2000, but Run-D.M.C., Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, Public Enemy, and Kurtis Blow were very good.
  20. 1. "In My Time of Dying"- Led Zeppelin 2. "Generation Landslide"- Alice Cooper 3. "Hurricane"- Bob Dylan 4. "Scenes from an Italian Restaurant"- Billy Joel 5. "Supermassive Black Hole"- Muse 6. "Mother"- Pink Floyd 7. "Pride and Joy"- Stevie Ray Vaughan 8. "American Girl"- Tom Petty 9. "Anarchy Burger"- The Vandals 10. "Green Grass and High Tides Forever"- The Outlaws
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