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    No real order but:

    I'm with Flint. Metallica (all of them)
    Most Megadeth songs. High Speed Dirt is especially nice. Nothing beats throwing open the door to an airplane at 13,900 feet and saying See Ya!
    Down with the Sickness - Disturbed
    Get a Job - Offspring
    Bawittaba (sp?) - Kid Rock
    Nookie - Limp Biskut
    The Way I Am - Eminem
    Children of the Korn - Korn
    Dead Bodies - Drowning Pool
    Anything from Rob Zombie

    And one of my all time favorites - don't laugh, but, if song right, the Christmas song The Little Drummer Boy.

    D. Buck.

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    not in any order...here it is:
    Sorry There's quite a lot

    Wonderful Tonight - Eric Clapton
    Comfortably Numb & The Wall - Pink Floyd
    Stand Inside Your Love - Smashing Pumpkins
    Beautiful People - Marilyn Manson (WWF Version)
    Resident Evil Theme - Marilyn Manson
    Walk This Way - Aerosmith
    Baby Got Back - Sir Mix A Lot
    Time Of My Life - Dirty Dancing Soundtrack




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    Not in any order either, I've got a pretty weird range of tastes:

    Anything by:
    Alanis Morrisette
    The Beatles
    Cake
    Fatboy Slim
    Dave Matthews Band
    The Wiseguys
    No Doubt
    (was a huge Tori Amos fan until recently)

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    Bit of a mix, but its all top quality (no specific order):

    Jamiroquai
    Prodigy
    Michael Jackson
    Simon & Garfunkel
    Paul Simon
    Paul Van Dyke

    As I said, a bit of a mix! [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]



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    I guess I'm probably the only other Texas music fan on here.
    I'm really into:
    Slobberbone
    Beaver Nelson
    Robert Earl Keen
    Steve Earle
    David Allan Coe
    Drive-By Truckers
    Great Divide
    Gary Allan
    Johnny Cash
    Merle Haggard
    Pat Green
    Neko Case
    Wilco
    Waylon Jennings
    Scrimshanders
    Mulehead
    Radney Foster
    Charlie Robison
    and on the other end of the spectrum:
    Weezer
    Our Lady Peace
    Sweet Water
    Faith No More
    Mindfunk
    Life of Agony
    Oasis
    Saigon Kick/Super Transatlantic
    Collecive Soul

    (Edited by sarracenia at 8:48 am on May 24, 2002)


    (Edited by sarracenia at 8:59 am on May 24, 2002)

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    Dear All,
    Well this is a hard one to actually name your favorite songs, but after hard thinking it has to be and not in any particular order:

    1 'Tom Sawyer' by Rush. Possibly the ultimate song by them in terms of technical difficulty in playing it with time signature changes and lyric content, wrist breaking drum fills by percussion master, Neil Peart.

    2. 'Freewill' by the same band, but especially for the lyric content. This song is about whether or not we are driven by fate, choice, superstition or by spiritual forces. I like the line at the close of the song ;

    "each of us, a cell of awareness, imperfect and incomplete. Genetic blends with uncertain ends on a fortune hunt thats far too fleet..".

    Any lyricist who can come up in a rock song with such profound observations to music that fits the subject deserves more recognition than they get!

    Then consider they have made 17 studio albums since 1974 with around 140 songs with the kind of lyrics you need to digest... You have then a band that sets itself apart from mainstream rock.


    Apart from Rush, my other favorite bands include:

    Yes, U2, Delirious?,Thin Lizzy,Ultravox! and the Stranglers (early era)..




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    Are there no Deadheads?

    Terrapin Station! Jerry on lead painting pictures in your mind, ahhhhhhhhhhhh!

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    I'll keep it short. Naming songs is too hard, so I'll just name the bands in no particular order.

    Guns n Roses
    Tanya Donelly
    Mazzy Star
    Belinda Carlisle
    Sneaker Pimps

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