Name Your Favourite Bands

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Post by TheFullMoonsWrath » Sun Mar 16, 2008 6:51 pm

I guess my fav bands are:
1#-KoRn
2#-Nine Inch Nails
3#-Queens of the stone age
4#-dethklok
5#-ACDC
6#-Guns' N Roses
7#-Led zepplin
8#-Atreyu(old stuff)
9#-Metallica
10#-Cradle of filth

But then again,I rarely listen to anything else then Korn,dethklok,NIN,and queens of the stone age,so these are bands i usually listen to when my top 4 are'nt around. So basically Im just guessing

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Post by Howlitzer » Sun Mar 16, 2008 10:38 pm

To name a few...


The Killers
The Shins
The Who
Oingo Boingo
Massive Attack
Garaj Mahal
The Flaming Lips
Norah Jones
Pink Floyd
Phantom Planet
Moby
Beck
Dave Brubeck
Steely Dan
Bob Marley
Amon Tobin
Aphex Twin
The Prodigy
The Cars
Dropkick Murphys
Charles Mingus
Sublime
Tenacious D
The Aquabats
Audioslave
Nirvana
Red Hot Chili Peppers
The White Stripes
Weird Al
The Beatles
Oasis
Weezer
U2

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Post by Wulfur » Sun Mar 16, 2008 11:06 pm

Right now I'll have to go with Dreamtheater.
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Post by Berserker » Sun Mar 16, 2008 11:17 pm

Dead Can Dance
Kraftwerk
Tangerine Dream
Burzum
Wolves In The Throne Room
Summoning
Wyrd
The Chasm
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Post by Blue-eyes in the dark » Mon Mar 17, 2008 12:26 am

TMBJ
Coheed & Cambria
NIN
a system of a down
The Pipers 8)
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Post by geekboy1500 » Mon Mar 17, 2008 4:20 pm

I dont know how many people have heard of these, but here goes.

5. Gorillaz
4.U2
3. Beatles
2. Vampire Weekend (brand new, check itunes)
1. The fabulous ARCADE FIRE
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Post by Lukas » Thu Mar 20, 2008 7:41 pm

new band list

1.Daft punk
2.Daler Mehndi
3.Andrea Bocelli
4.Rammstein
5.Dragon force(most recent)
6.They might be giants
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Post by Faolan Bloodtooth » Sat Apr 12, 2008 4:02 am

I shall have to add Jimmy Eat World to my list as my friend recently gave me his Bleed American album :D

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Post by Scott Gardener » Sat Apr 12, 2008 10:56 pm

In the eighties, I referred to my favorites as the "Big Four": Whitesnake, Def Leppard, Dokken, and KISS. By 1990, I had added Scorpions, and it became the "Big Five." Granted, even then, my tastes weren't limited to pop metal; I also considered Sting and The Police favorites.

In the early nineties I added early on Queensryche and Dio to the heavy metal lineup, as well as The Cult and Led Zeppelin to the "kind of heavy metal but shouldn't really be pegged there, because they are so much more diverse" genre. I also discovered the Goth movement, and Bauhaus became a favorite. I was thrilled to see them reunite and get to see them in concert. (They have a new album out after 25 years, by the way.)

In the late nineties, Goth and metal came together with Type O Negative. I also discovered The Sisters of Mercy during my medical school years. Yes, in medical school, I was an undercover plain-clothes Goth.

Around the start of this decade, mp3.com introduced me to several independents, like Abney Park, Gossamer, and The Moors. Once the site went under, I had to look harder for independents but discovered a techno band called Underworld. (no relation to the movie series) About two years ago, I finally finished my collection of music by The Cure, a group I intended to discover more back in my medical school days after getting their masterpiece Disintegration.

Right now, the past year or so has been a slow one on acquiring new music, but a few gems have surfaced--mainly the new releases by some of the above-mentioned bands. (In the case of The Moors, it was more at last making available their once out-of-print album, otherwise only found in bits and pieces on bootleg networks like Limewire.) I did a little over a year ago start discovering the hard rock band Moonspell, one of the only rock groups to put out werewolf-heavy material. Sure, Danzig may have a song or two, and Goth groups like Bauhaus or The Cure may have plenty of lyrics that hint at shifting, but Moonspell actually has the word "werewolf" in their first song title on their first album, and the lycanthropic theme seems to permeate their works throughout.
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Post by Black Claw » Mon Apr 21, 2008 4:38 pm

Mine are all christian rock/rap/contemporary but they are all good....
Skillet :headbanger:
POD :headbanger:
RED :headbanger:
Todd Agnew
MC 1
Lecrae
Plus One
FireFly
Barlow Girl :headbanger:
Mercy Me
Casting Crowns
Warren Barfield
Michael W. Smith
Jeremy Camp
Falling Up :headbanger:
Relient K :headbanger:
Pillar :headbanger:
Steven Curtis Chapman
and last but not least
SWITCHFOOT (Meant to Live best song of all their songs):headbanger:
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Post by Irish Wolf » Tue Apr 22, 2008 3:19 pm

OneRepublic

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Post by Child Conscript » Tue May 27, 2008 11:52 pm

Lamb of God

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Post by Alias » Wed May 28, 2008 11:19 am

A few old bands, but here are my favs:

Linkin Park
Godsmack
Fort Minor
The Crystal Method
Dope
Josh Turner
Coldplay
Crazy Frog
Bon Jovi
Alien Ant Farm
Big & Rich
Velvet Revolver
Three Days Grace
Seether
Sean Paul
Kanye West
Sean Kingston
Santana
Kenny Wayne Shepherd
Gorillaz
Thievery Corporation
Eiffel 65
Ils
Hootie & The Blowfish
Saliva
Gordon Lightfoot
Alabama
Uncle Kracker
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Shaggy
The Doors
Phil Collins
Quad City DJ's
Andy Hunter
Dragonforce
Earth, Wind & Fire

And that's about it.

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Post by Scott Gardener » Wed May 28, 2008 10:20 pm

Whitesnake is back!


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For me and you
Signifying changes
we're going through
can you hear the wind blow
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Post by Herpscott » Fri May 30, 2008 2:17 pm

OK,

It's been awhile since my last post, but this is fun. I note that many of you have similar tastes in music and while I wouldn't disagree with anyone's choices, some of my favs didn't end up anyone's list:

RUSH
311
DJ Tiesto
Ferry Corsten
UNKLE
Depeche Mode
Delerium
Enya (don't point...that's rude; especially while snickering :) )
Gabriel and Dresden
A Tribe Called Quest
Digable Planets

On other lists and was happy to see:
Thievery Corporation
Dead Can Dance (I love Lisa's voice)
DJ Shadow (although not happy with his most recent)


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Post by Rosiewolf » Tue Jun 10, 2008 12:18 pm

Nine Inch Nails
Three Days Grace
Godsmack
Serj Tankian
Panic! at the Disco (does anyone find that the title of their new album fits perfectly with some of their new songs?)
Rise Against
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Flobots
Queen
Linkin Park
Boys Like Girls
Evanescence
System of a Down (even though they aren't together any more)
Korn
My Chemical Romance
Deadlock
Hellogoodbye
Gorillaz
Depeche Mode
Alien Ant Farm
Van Halen
Nirvana
AC/DC
Metallica
and a bunch of others. I also like Dance music, but some of the artists names escape me, so I won't try and list them.
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Post by Descendent of a Druid » Sat Jun 14, 2008 11:57 pm

Iron Maiden
Coheed and Cambria
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Ac/Dc
Rush
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Post by MoonKit » Wed Jun 18, 2008 12:34 am

Im really starting to like Tom Petty. 8) (not a band!)
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Post by darkest wolf » Wed Jun 18, 2008 12:27 pm

Alright, how about an updated list?

1. The Who (Probably always will be)
2. Van Halen (After that concert I saw, it deserves to be here.)
3. AC/DC
4. Bon Jovi (Awsome concert as well, got to see them for FREE! :P )
5. Tom Petty
6. Boston
7. Journey
8. Rod Stewart
9. U2
10. Eric Clapton
11. Led Zeppelin
12. Guns 'n Roses
13. Rush (Missed that concert. :( )
14. The Beatles
15. Elton John
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Post by MoonKit » Mon Jul 14, 2008 5:32 pm

Can I add a few to my list?

David Bowie
Alkaline Trio
VAST
Flogging Molly
Violent Femmes (guilty pleasure!)
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Post by Windigo » Tue Jul 15, 2008 9:11 pm

Ramones
Chevelle
Tool
Rob/White Zombie
Faith No More
Alice Cooper
Alice in Chains
Beatles
Rolling Stones
Creedence Clearwater Revival
ACDC
Godsmack
Rammstein
System of a Down
Nine Inch Nails
Marilyn Manson
Gorillaz
Jimi Hendrix
Johnny Cash
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Re: Name Your Favourite Bands

Post by Lewis » Mon Mar 09, 2009 3:09 pm

System of a down
Slipkont
korn
Drowning Pool
SiKth

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Post by Shadowstorm » Wed Mar 11, 2009 7:18 pm

New up to date list posted on next page.
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Post by wolfward » Fri Apr 03, 2009 4:47 pm

Here goes...:
1.Serj Tankian
2.System of a down
3.Black Stone Cherry
4.Biffy Clyro
5.Merilyn Manson

Please don't consider me anti-social for liking this kind of music, because I get a lot of crap about it from my parents as it is.
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Re: Name Your Favourite Bands

Post by lycanthropeful » Sat Apr 04, 2009 2:58 pm

Gosh, I have so many...

32 Leaves, Alexisonfire, Alkaline Trio, Anberlin, Bad Religion, Blue October, Blue Man Group, Breaking Benjamin, Celldweller, Chevelle, Circa Survive, The Classic Crime, Death Cab For Cutie, FireFlight, Frou Frou, Hard-Fi, The Hush Sound, Imogen Heap, iiO, Jamiroquai, Kate Ryan, Kill Hannah, The Killers, Linkin Park, Lonestar, Lostprophets, Mae, Moloko, Muse, Mute Math, Paramore, Pendulum, Rascal Flatts, Red, Saosin, Sam Sparro, Search the City, Shiny Toy Guns, SR-71, Switchfoot, Three Days Grace, Voxtrot, Within Temptation, and the Youngblood Brass Band.

My top 3 are without a doubt, though, Mae, The Classic Crime, and Imogen Heap. I can listen to their albums over and over and over again and never tire of them. :)

I also love country and classical/symphonic band music. Favorite composers include Holst, Ticheli, Hazo, Holsinger, Arnold, Whitacre, Robert W. Smith , Saucedo, Claude T. Smith, Bernstein, Ravel, and Copland.
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