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  1. Harsh call for Fletcher, I don't think that was worth a penalty kick... I'll go with Barcelona tomorrow, I can't honestly support Chelsea in any case.
  2. At the risk of being unpopular I have say... very nice work United.
  3. "Motorcycle Emptiness" - Manic Street Preachers
  4. Very nice picks... this is going to be a tough one.
  5. That would be the opening line to Lynryd Skynyrd's "Free Bird". I thought most would recognize it especially classic rock fans...
  6. "Another Girl, Another Planet" - The Only Ones "Teardrop" - Massive Attack
  7. "If I leave here tomorrow, would you still remember me?" "Imagine there's no heaven..." "We are the champions No time for losers Cause we are the champions - of the world." "We will we will rock you." "Yesterday, all my troubles seem so far away..." "I still haven't found what I'm looking for..."
  8. That it is, your turn.
  9. "Rag and Bone" - The White Stripes
  10. "Fingertips, Pt. 2" - Stevie Wonder
  11. That was my exact thought when I first saw it wasn't. Very solid 10, with a few surprises.
  12. "Misty Lane" - Chocolate Watchband (1967) "Dirty Water" - The Standells (1966) "Hey Joe" - The Leaves (1966) "Help You Ann" - The Lyres (1981) "All My Feelings Denied" - Thee Headcoats AKA the above-mentioned Billy Childish (1990) (Trouble finding a link for this one.) "Hate To Say I Told You So" - The Hives (2000) "Up The Bracket" - The Libertines (2002) "Get Free" - The Vines (2002) "10 AM Automatic" - The Black Keys (2004)
  13. "We Used To Be Friends" - The Dandy Warhols
  14. Allmusic defines Garage Rock as: Garage Rock Revival as For original garage rock they list bands like Paul Revere and the Raiders, Shadows of Knight and the Kingsmen (whose version of "Louie Louie" is a garage rock standard). As for garage rock revival bands they cite bands like the Cynics and the Milkshakes though I think what most people think of is the bunch of garage rock/punk bands that emerged in the late 90's/early 2000's such as the aforementioned Vines, Strokes, White Stripes and so on who developed a simple, powerful rock and roll sound with a do-it-yourself punk attitude. You could check out some best of's from the original garage rock bands and maybe the compilation 19th Nervous Shakedown - Three Milkshakes or Get Our Way - The Cynics (1994) for the revivalists. As for newer bands some album recommendations: Elephant and White Blood Cells - The White Stripes, Highly Evolved - The Vines Get Born - Jet Tyrannosaurus Hives and Veni Vidi Vicious - The Hives Rubber Factory - The Black Keys Pawn Shoppe Heart - The Von Blondies
  15. Another drumming highlight from that album courtesy of the superb Dave Grohl. "No One Knows" Great choice. I'd also say "Won't Get Fooled Again" but for a little Moon madness "Cobwebs and Strange". Other favourite performances: - "In Bloom" (Grohl) - "Fire" by Jimi Hendrix (Mitch Mitchell) - "Fool's Gold" - The Stone Roses (Reni) - "Geek U.S.A." and "Cherub Rock" - The Smashing Pumpkin (Jimmy Chamberlin) - "The Grudge" - Tool (Danny Carey) - "Get Free" - The Vines (Joey Waronker) - "Bullet In The Head" - Rage Against The Machine (Brad Wilk)
  16. Ok, who is this legend:
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