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  1. December by the Moody Blues is one of the most amazing Christmas albums I've ever heard. I don't have a top 10 per say but I do have a top 5. 1. December -Moody Blues 2. Sinatra Christmas 3. Barenaked for the Holidays -BNL 4. Twisted Christmas -Bob Rivers Comedy Club 5. An Ally McBeal Christmas -Vonda Shepard
  2. Bon Jovi- Please Come Home for Christmas Ramones- Merry Christmas (I don't want to fight tonight) Elton John- Step into Christmas AC/DC- Mistress for Christmas Royal Guardsmen- Snoopy's Christmas My Chemical Romance- All I Want for Christmas is You Robert Downey Jr- River David Bowie/Bing Crosby- Little Drummer Boy (Peace on Earth) Keith Richards- Run Run Rudolph Barnaked ladies- Jingle Bells
  3. I might be a little off on my dates for them being the first. But I consider them influencial, espeially when it comes to lyric writing. Darby had this way of writing that even reading htem on a page they still stand out.
  4. Ironically that's the same word my dad used to describe what I was listening to one day last week. I live on Ramones, Dead Kennedy's. And yeah Dropkick and Misfits are aweseom too. But my all time hands down favorite punk band has got to be The Germs.
  5. Bon Jovi's in the middle of his Have A Nice Day tour and just recently announced a whole bunch more dates starting in 2006. November 26, 2005 Mohegan Sun Uncasville, Ct Set List Last Man Standing You Give Love A Bad Name Complicated Born to be my Baby Story of My Life I'll Sleep When I'm Dead Runaway Radio Saved My Life Tonight Novacaine Have A Nice Day Who Says You Can't Go Home It's My Life Alwayas (acoustic) I'd Die for You (acoustic) Blazy of Glory (acoustic) Captain Crash and the Beauty Queen from Mars Bad Medicine Raise Your Hands Living on a Prayer Encore: I've Got the Girl Saturday Night Encore 2: Wanted Dead or Alive
  6. Seventh Sojourn.... it reminds me of senior year of high school. And New Horizons makes me cry almost every time that I hear it.
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    The Germs

    My favorite of favorite old school punk rockers are back on tour. 1970's punk rock group THE GERMS have kicked off a tour with three dates in California and a national and international tour to be announced soon. The members of the band have been doing other work since the death of lead singer Darby Crash in 1980. Pat Smear (Nirvana, Foo Fighters) Lorna Doone, and Don Bolles (45 Grave, Celebrity Skin) have grabbed actor/musician Shane West (TV's ER and the bands Johnny Was, Average Jo's) to fill in for Crash who he played in the upcoming biopic "What We do is Secret." They played their major performence will come on December 3rd at the Key Club in Los Angeles, which celebrates the 25th Anniversary of Darby Crash's last show. The newly re-grouped Germs will be joined onstage for that show by Suicidal Tendencies, Dead Kennedies and Marky Ramone. (source: The Common Thread 98.1 WQAQ) Totally can't wait for them to come east coast!!!
  8. With so many posts how come no one has mentioned Darby Crash and the Germs. They were probably the first nad most influencial punk group to come out of the US.
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