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  1. who do you like more, the Clash or the Ramones? Both great bands: the Clash for relevant meaningful lyrics, punk that explored into reggae, and one of the greatest albums of all time with London Calling; or the Ramones, pure punk rockers (3 chords and cloud of dust), who some people believe resurrected rock in the late 70's, and who can boast one of the best live albums ever, (It's Alive).
  2. call me crazy but the live version of "A Quick One While He's Away"
  3. I'd say to go with... It's Alive --the Ramones probably the best live album I've ever heard. The Ramones zoom through 28 songs in 53 minutes with amazing ferocity and just enough time between tracks for Dee Dee to yell "1-2-3-4!". Straight off their best studio album, (Rocket to Russia), the Ramones are definatly on top of their game at the point they recorded this in front of their very enthusiastic English crowd. No matter if they're playing one of their more popular songs, (Sheena is a Punk Rocker, Blitzkrieg Bop, Teenage Lobotomy, Rockaway Beach) or some bizzare mindless 3-chord 3-line
  4. "Should I Stay or Should I Go to the Mirror Boy!" (the Clash + the Who)
  5. "The Gold It's In The Court of the Crimson King" (Pink Floyd + King Crimson)
  6. just a quick question about this great CSNY song. i was wondering when he says, "i feel like i owe it to someone" who is he referring to? who motivates him not to cut his hair?
  7. i've had this song in and out of my head for the last two months and it's driving me insane. if anyone has the song and would be so gracious as to email it to me at thereisnospoon1@gmail.com i would be eternally grateful. please, please, please...
  8. i voted for II. i love "Thank You" "Ramble On" and "What Is and What Should Never Be". very, very though decsion though.
  9. You Can All Join In-A-Gadda-Da-Vidda Traffic+Iron Butterfly I Just Wanna Have Something to Do You Remember Rock n Roll Radio Ramones+Ramones
  10. the end of "What is and What Should Never Be". the guitar going from side to side is awesome.
  11. awesome, incredible, unbelievably good album. not a single weak song on the whole thing. "london calling", "hateful", "lost in the supermarket", "death or glory", "train in vain", only some of my favorite songs from london calling. and i garuntee when you first hear "lover's rock" you'll think, "did they really just say that?" i'm not sure, but i think they do.
  12. oh, just remembered another one! whenever i hear that weezer song about beverly hills or whatever, (i'm not really a big weezer fan) instead of: beverly hills that's where i wanna be... i think strawberry fields that's where i wanna be (be) be (be) livin' in strawberry fields
  13. when i hear "Cocaine" by Eric Clapton i replace the verses with verses from the monty python song "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life" When you're feelin' in the dumps don't be silly chumps cocaine when life seem jolly rotten there's somethin' you've forgotten cocaine... i don't know why. it's probably because i don't know the real words.
  14. pretty self explainitory. all of, (or almost all of) them are so great that i find it hard to choose, so i was wondering what other people think. please excuse me for omitting With the Beatles, Beatles for Sale, and Yellow Submarine from the poll, but it would only let me do up to 10 options.
  15. oldest thing i have is "Kind of Blue" by Miles Davis, 1959
  16. "I Can't Explain" --the Who "White Man in Hammersmith Palais" --the Clash "House of the Rising Sun" --the Animals "I'm Not Like Everybody Else" --the Kinks
  17. anyone else think "Over the Hills and Far Away" on How the West Was Won is just incredible?
  18. what year did "Build Me Up Buttercup" by the Foundations come out? thanks
  19. LOBOTOMY! LOBOTOMY! LOBOTOMY! LOBOTOMY! teenage lobotomy, ramones, definatly
  20. Aerosmith the Allman Brothers Band the Animals Bachman-Turner Overdrive Barenaked Ladies the Bealtes Beck Blind Faith Blue Oyster Cult Bob Dylan Bob Marley Boston Bruce Springsteen the Byrds the Chambers Brothers* Chicago the Clash Cream Crosby Stills Nash & Young Dave Mattews Band David Bowie David Gilmour Derek & the Dominos Dire Straights the Doobie Brothers the Doors the Eagles Edwin Starr* Electric Light Orchestra Elton John Eric Clapton George Thorogood Greatful Dead Guns 'N Roses Iron Butterfly* Jethro Tull Jimi Hendrix John Lennon the Kinks
  21. I love you so much that I want you to know this isn't the first time I've been with a hobo I feel warm when around you, like I'm under a spell, though it's prob'ly cause you came here from straight out of hell
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