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  1. Rooster and Billy don't be a hero are both legit. Lee Greenwood - Proud to be an American
  2. Dylan's 115th Dream is pretty darn good. Bloodhound Gang - A Lapdance is so much better when the stripper is crying Jimmy Fallon - in the woods
  3. i think pearl jam has just slowly and consistently deteriorated, i didn't mind one hot minute as well. I like it better than their last 2 albums. they're another band i have come to like less w/ time
  4. in regards to the Honorable mentions, i know Pearl Jam has put out a few albums far worse than Vitalogy. Maybe i was just young, but when Metallica's Load came out i thought it wasn't too bad, of course maybe there is a reason that I haven't listend to it since then. What about Kiss's dico album. I'm not in the KISS army or anything, but the fact they did a disco album should rank 'em 1 on that list
  5. I am currently making ringtones for my phone on my pc and would listen to any suggestions. Here's a few that i've made already Pearl Jam - elderly woman behind a counter in a small town "I just want to scream... HELLO" 4 Non blondes- What's going on Blues Traveler - The Hook that part where they are singing really fast David allen coe - you never even call me by my name Beatles - Hello Goodbye I'm also looking for just great instrumental sections of songs
  6. bad reputation - thin lizzy billion dollar babies - alice cooper can't you hear me knowckin - stones carry on wayward son - KS cherry pie - warrant crazy on you - heart free bird - lynyrd skynyrd hangar 18 - megadeth heart-shaped box - nirvana hush - deep purple jessica - allman bros killing in the name - rage last child - aerosmith madhouse - anthrax mesage in a bottle - police misirlou - dick dale monkey wrench - foo fighters mother - danzig shout at the devil - motley crue stop - jane's addiction strutter - kiss surrender - cheap trick sweet child of mine - GnR rock this town - stray cats psychobilly freakout - reverend horton heat tattooed love boys - pretenders tonight i'm gonna rock you tonight - spinal tap war pigs - black sabbath woman - wolfmother
  7. I don't like rap much myself, i did listen to it in high school when I thought I was cool, but what about the Beastie Boys? or Dr. Dre-Chronic 2001, although an album i never put on, but it was the most complete rap album i've ever heard or 2 Pac, once again I don't blast him while i'm rolling through the hood, but he actually has some insightful things to say, which most of the time rap isn't about depth, but just about b#$#@es and marijuana, and im guessing that would be that would be your main arguement,
  8. Does anyone watch It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia? It is on f/x, thursday, 10 pm eastern. It is one of the funniest shows on TV. It is like dessert for The Office. Anyone else feel the same? similar? completely in the opposite direction?
  9. first thing, ringo doesn't get a lot of street cred because a)he was a drummer b)played behind 3 giants, and by giants i mean the biggest giants out there, and c)well, we all know his real name is richard starky. Also, i believe ringo was quite flashy, i think i read somewhere an article in reader's digest on the Beatles talking about he was always wearing flashy jewelry, etc. I'm not sure if that's the flash everyone is talking about, but fyi I don't hate Ringo, don't love him, but did tell us about an octopus's garden, about getting by and high with a little help from his friends, and he backed the best band ever! p.s.-i think we're all spinning our wheels on this one
  10. well, that's a strong opinion, but i have always like pearl jam, but i'm getting a little sick of their political stuff, and i really didn't care for eddie vedder's storytellers scene where he changes the meaning of betterman to being about bush instead of his stepfather
  11. yea, orbison is right, you're not a fan of mcclean, the cover, or both? i'm not really a huge fan of him, but i do like a few
  12. 17 of 20, printing it off and putting it on the fridge
  13. pearl jam-last kiss (i found the original by J. Frank Wilson in a stack of 45's i have and pretty cool as well) nirvana-lake of fire; meat puppets original pearl jam-wish you were here; not better than Floyd but great don mcclean-crying; otis redding original cake-guitar man; bread original
  14. Nickelback-first to come to mind and by everone else's picks, unanimous #1 Aerosmith-i agree w/ the comment earlier about Dream On though, still like that and sweet emotion due to Dazed and Confused coldplay-hate their videos jack johnson-"he's very #$%*!" jack black-high fidelity weezer- go fly a kite
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