TOOL, Hum, Eyedea, Slug, Aesop Rock, Third Eye Blind, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, something Corporate, Finch, Radiohead, George Acosta, Dredg, 36
Crazyfists, Billy Joel (piano man, 'nuff said) The Police (anybody check out the reunion special on VH1) Mudvayne, just some of the ones that come to
Nine Inch Nails
A Perfect Circle
Alice in Chains
Blood Hound Gang
Queens of the Stone age
Death in Vegas
Paul van dyke
wow, my bands will sound quite pussy compared to some of the stuff you guys listen to. my fav bands and artists are:
The Police-( for whoever said they rock its soo true. If
they only woulda stayed together a few more albums.)
Dave Mathews Band
Elivs-cant go wrong with the king
Reel Big Fish
for an 18 year old who grew up in the age of #ty mtv rap my tastes are varied.
old Bad Religion (before stranger than fiction album) old Rancid, Minor Threat, AFI, 7 Seconds, Fear, Fugazi, Stiff Little Fingers, Agnostic Front,
Propaghandi, Exploited, Dead Kennedy's, Usually any good 80's punk band, as they actually sang about something other than these lame aßß bubble gum
Rage Againt The Machine
I could go on for hours...
As you can see I like many styles...
Oh btw, From all the above bands, except black Sabbath, I have their entire collection...
skinny puppy, thought industry, the doors, nile, acid bath,agents of oblivion, opeth, carcass, death in june, abigor, convergence from within,iced
earth, blind guardian,kmfdm/mdfmk, portishead, bjork, radiohead, borknagar, tool, apc, ministry(some) rasputina, about anyhting with cello music,
paganini, ... tons of other stuff...
Jerry Cantrell is amazing - saw him live in Bradford last October and the rendition him and his band did of Rooster sent shivers down my spine.
Somehow they had found a vocalist who sounded almost exactly like the late Layne Staley.
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