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Discussion in 'The Water Cooler' started by dnoodles, Jan 6, 2022.

  1. dnoodles

    dnoodles Legendary Woodsman

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    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClJMqrWQJ8OYWJ4ZdfqZdeQ

    you're welcome.

    while I don't think everything they do is better than the original; it is different but literally everything they do is something I already really liked and appreciate.

    No joke, I think every song they cover is in my top 500 rock songs of all time.
     
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    GregH Legendary Woodsman

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    Not my cup of tea.

    I almost got a headache listening to the first song they played after clicking on your link. I shut it off in the nick of time.

    I mainly prefer rock from the 60's thru the 80's. I use Spotify and make playlists of my favorite songs using the original artists.

    I'm not sure if there is any new music that I would like as I never lister to the radio. Just my playlists or podcasts.
     
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    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    I am not a fan of the long hair screamers. Just me.
     
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    Fix Grizzled Veteran

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    I am, but not for music

    In Venatione Veritas
     
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    Justin Administrator

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    Lots of RATM in there. I figured you were a fan of the dirty commies.
     
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    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    How about that SB halftime show, the only music worse than hip hop is live hip hop.
     
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    Yep absolutely crap!
     
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    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    I do have an idea for cutting down on prostitution surrounding the Super Bowl, being the halftime show is hip hop you can pay the prostitutes to shake their ass on stage with the rappers vs being prostitutes.
     
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    @dnoodles if you have facebook, find Caleb H Drummer.
     
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    dnoodles Legendary Woodsman

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    RATM is now Rage For The Machine.

    Truth be told, I have always loved Rage's music, if not the message.

    My favorite stuff by Brass is their Audioslave covers. They have 2 different chicks cover down for Chris, and they both do an outstanding job.

    And the dude singing for Maynard on the Tool stuff is spot on in tone, but somehow more clearly articulate. I have been listening to Tool since the early 90s and half the time I don't understand what Maynard is saying when he's screaming. I could actually pick out the words with this dude.
     
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    Birdswacker Weekend Warrior

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    Good idea but then it could be the Walmart Bowl?
     
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    dnoodles Legendary Woodsman

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    dnoodles Legendary Woodsman

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    these kids rock. I mean, I'd still laugh my arse off if I saw them fall off a bike, but they rock.

     
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    I couldn't listen to it, singing got me.

    I'm a metal and rock fan....

    Motley Crue, Twisted Sister, Megadeth, Metallica, Slayer, Pantera, Anthrax, Nirvana, M.O.D., S.O.D., Suicidal Tendencies, Sabbath, Ozzy, Doors, Infectious Grooves, Temple of the Dog, Testament, Guns N Roses,

    Too many to list em all, but I'm 70's through 90's music, eff anything newer.
     
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    We have fairly similar taste in music, I like most of what you mentioned, but I never cared much for some of the heavier stuff like Slayer, Pantera, Suicidal Tendencies. Never even heard of Infectious Grooves, S.O.D., or Testament, will have to look them up. Don't know why but the hair on the back of my neck stands up if a Doors song comes on, can't stand them for some reason. About the same effect as DMB has on me, I have zero understanding of their following.
    I like a lot of the 70's stuff, Eagles, Steve Miller Band, Led Zepplin, Queen, etc. I was a teenager in the late 80's, so anything hair band I'm a fan of. Like some of the mainstream heavy stuff like Metallica, Megadeath. Liked the Anthrax "I am the man" album. Had a friend turn me on to Saxxon, not many know of them, they aren't fantastic but have some pretty good songs such as "Wheels of Steel". Very little rap I can stand, but a handful of songs from RunDMC, Beastie Boys, and even Kid Rock aren't too bad if I'm in the right mood. DESPISE hip/hop type stuff. Some older 70's to early 80's Top 40 type stuff I can handle if feeling nostalgic.
     
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    Never really had a favorite band but do like a lot of them from the 70's to now. I like metal/rock. I tend to only like a couple songs of a band and don't care for the rest of their songs. Sucked back in the day of 8 tracks with no rewind option and vehicles only having AM radios. Very few rock stations on AM back then in my area. We picked up two stations which were pretty good but after a couple years the one went to country music. I was pissed !!
     
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    I listen to everything. Literally. We have Google Homes in just about every room and you just say hey Google play.... So we have always tried to stump it. My daughter hit it up with Mexican death rap last night. It was wonderfully horrible.
    But a insight into me, my ringtone is Wayward son. Gotta love Kansas

    In Venatione Veritas
     
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    Kansas did have some very good songs.
     
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    There is a good 80's radio station I get on the radio 96.7 The River.
     

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