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bneezy
10-11-2004, 05:45 PM
I've been inspired by the "Photo Album" thread. You get an idea of what people are like when they post (either ignorantly or intelligently) and now knowing what they look like forms your mental image of them a little better. Another thing I find surprising about people is their choice of music. I know some some thugs that bump rock and some "good ol' boys" that like rap.

Here's what I want to know:

Favorite Artist or Album:

Last 3 CD's purchased:

Current CD playing/last played:

Here's mine:

Favorite Artist or Album: Garth Brooks (Double Live)

Last 3 CD's purchsed: This is kind of hard. I bought 5 at once. Finger Eleven - Finger Eleven, Chevelle - This Kind of Thinking Could Do Us In, Papa Roach - Getting Away with Murder, Cauterize - So Far From Real, and Korn - Greatest Hits Vol. 1.

Current CD playing/last played: Finger Eleven - Finger Eleven

Can't wait to see this.

Rogue15
10-11-2004, 06:47 PM
Favorite Artist or Album: ummm i like alot...evanescence, system of a down, linkin park

Last 3 CD's purchased: Fuel Natural Selection, System of a Down Toxicity, Linkin Park Live in Texas

Current CD playing/last played: don't remember...

TheOutrider
10-11-2004, 06:59 PM
Im the dorkiest kid ever...



Favorite artist(sigh):Avril Lavigne, Blink 182, No doubt

Last cds purchased:Forgot

Last song played:Avril Lavigne My happy ending

Achilles
10-11-2004, 07:10 PM
Favorite Artist or Album: Depeche Mode - Songs of Faith and Devotion.

There are about 5 artists and 20 albums that just missed the first spot and are all tied for 2nd.
Last 3 CD's purchased: That one could be hard...I buy most of my music track-by-track from Napster and iTunes now.

Crystal Method - Legion of Boom
Dave Matthews - Some Devil
Sarah McLachlan - Afterglow
Current CD playing/last played: James - Seven. Been fixated with that album for about a week now.

BTW: How can Korn have a greatest hits album when their first CD was the only one that didn't suck? In all fairness, Life is Peachy wasn't too bad.

tsunamipunk
10-11-2004, 08:29 PM
Favorite Artist or Album:
My current favorite album is Modest Mouse's The Moon & Antarctica. My fav artist currently is Tsunami Bomb.

Last 3 CD's purchased:
Modest Mouse's The Moon & Antarctica
Tsunami Bomb's The Ultimate Escape
NOFX's The War on Errorism

Current CD playing/last played:
Bratmobile's Pottymouth

TheOutrider
10-11-2004, 09:05 PM
Originally posted by darkjedighost
Favorite Artist or Album:
My current favorite album is Modest Mouse's The Moon & Antarctica. My fav artist currently is Tsunami Bomb.

Last 3 CD's purchased:
Modest Mouse's The Moon & Antarctica
Tsunami Bomb's The Ultimate Escape
NOFX's The War on Errorism

Current CD playing/last played:
Bratmobile's Pottymouth Pottymouth???:p :p

Achilles
10-11-2004, 10:54 PM
Originally posted by TheRealJedidude
Pottymouth???:p :p Yes, the album appears to be called "Pottymouth".

Here's a link (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B000003729/002-4806451-6140860?v=glance) to clear up any additional questions that you may have.

FiEND_138
10-12-2004, 12:10 AM
Favorite Artist or Album:
Hmmm this week........... The Doors / Strange Days

Last 3 CD's purchased:
Suicidal Tendencies: Prime Cuts
Black Flag: Everything Went Black
The Cramps: Greatest Hits

Current CD playing/last played:
Type O: The Origin of the Feces



:evil6:

bneezy
10-12-2004, 03:59 AM
BTW: How can Korn have a greatest hits album when their first CD was the only one that didn't suck? In all fairness, Life is Peachy wasn't too bad.
Yeah, no kidding LOL. I don't own any other Korn CD. Greatest Hits Vol. 1 had 90% of the songs that didn't suck. I currently have 256 songs from iTunes.

Last group purchased from iTunes:
Personal Jesus - Marilyn Manson (90% of his crap sucks.)
On the Way Down - Ryan Cabrera (Hey screw you, I dig what I dig, ya' dig?)
Ocean Avenue - Yellowcard (They have a fiddle player? Whatever.)
Nobody - Skindred (Don't understand one word he's saying.)
Easy Comes - Thornley (Solid stuff from them.)
Cold - Crossfade (Oh yeah.)
Bring Me Down - Pillar (Christian Rock, I kid you not.)

MTV2
10-12-2004, 06:46 AM
I'm all about music, love it:D

favorite artist or album-me:p ok, um, crystal method, sloan, green day, o cant forget Queen

last 3 cds pur chased- I purchased a song, so, Queen, sloan and mase

CD playing/ last CD playing- Queen, We are the champions
:p


is that it?

Xavier2
10-12-2004, 07:37 AM
I like pretty much everything when it comes to music. My taste varies from 50 cent, In da Bomb to Rod Stewart, Tonight is the night:D

My all-time album has got to be Supernatural - Santana. It's a perfect blend of rithms, some cool voices and songs i love, like "smooth" and "Put your lights on";

Last CD i bought were:

1. Kill Bill soundtrack. I keep listening to two coolest musics called Battle Without Honor or Humanity and That Certain Female;
2. Probot project;
3. Moulin Rouge sound track, cuz i was eager to listen Obi-Wan singing Elton Jonh "Your song" :D;
4. Linkin Park live from somewhere i don't remember.

I listen in a daily basis:

Alive - Pearl Jam, cuz i'm a fan since Jeremy;
Paint it Black, Simpathy for the Devil - Rolling Stones, cuz Rock'n Roll wouldn't be Rock'n Roll without these guys;
Another brick in the Wall - Pink Floyd;
Mr. Brownstone - Guns'n Roses;
Like a stone, cochise - Audioslave;
Rag Doll - Aerosmith;
Pet cemetary - Ramones;
Times like these, Learn to fly - Foo Fighters;
Wind of change - Scorpions in a remarkable version with the Philarmonica of Berlin

stingerhs
10-12-2004, 09:06 AM
Originally posted by bneezy
Bring Me Down - Pillar (Christian Rock, I kid you not.)

thats a good song, and yes, christian rock pwns all. :D

Currently listening to:
Disciple-By God (favorite band, all-time)
Skillet-Collide
Demon Hunter-Summer of Darkness(the best hardcore out there, and its Christian :urpdude: )

Last 3 CD's bought:
Project 86-Songs to Burn Your Bridges By (Best work since "Drawing Black Lines" :D)
P.O.D.-Payable on Death (Best stuff, ever)
Skillet- Collide (Best album money can buy.)

Favorite Songs:
When Darkness Reigns-Project 86
Savior-Skillet
Disciple-Rock My Socks Off

who says you can't worship God and mosh at the same time????
:joy:

Achilles
10-12-2004, 09:17 PM
Originally posted by TheRealJedidude
Im probaly the only 10 year old boy who likes Avril Lavigne:( Well, at least the only one that admits it publicly anyway.

BTW, we caught that you like Avril when you mentioned her twice in your first post. Can we expect to see more from you regarding Miss Lavigne in this thread or are you done now?

bneezy
10-13-2004, 04:51 AM
Project 86-Songs to Burn Your Bridges By (Best work since "Drawing Black Lines"
Haven't heard anything from them yet. Pillar and Project 86 played the "Fat Cat" here in Modesto not too long ago with their "Project Pillar" show. Missed that one, unfortunately. Although, I won't be missing the Breaking Benjamin show with Three Fold (sp?) there on the 9th of November. Hell yeah!

Im probaly the only 10 year old boy who likes Avril Lavigne
Hey, ya dig what ya dig. I think she has an awesome voice. She has some pretty decent songs on her first album. Pretty good for a 17 (at the time) year old, if you ask me. My girlfriend likes her a lot. She needs to drop that "Bad Girl" act real fast. Although, that "Bad Girl" act is making her millions and I'm loading trucks at the local newspaper. I'd say she's doing something right.

BTW, we caught that you like Avril when you mentioned her twice in your first post. Can we expect to see more from you regarding Miss Lavigne in this thread or are you done now?

Well, it seemed like you were set on someone commenting on that and you got one. LOL. Achillies is sassy tonight. Hey TheRealJediDude, whatever floats your boat, man. You're 10, who cares? When you're 16, take that to your grave.

My all-time album has got to be Supernatural - Santana. It's a perfect blend of rithms, some cool voices and songs i love, like "smooth" and "Put your lights on";

That song is too damn catchy to not like. Rob Thomas' vocals and Carlos' guitar just melded perfectly on that track. Man, that came out like 5 years ago. I was working as a busboy getting called a "F***king Idiot" by the 80 year old owner of the restaurant. I'm so glad they went under. Although, it would have been nice if they had told me they went out of business instead of me finding out when I showed up for work the next week and some old lady with an enormous hat told me.

stingerhs
10-13-2004, 05:15 AM
Originally posted by bneezy
Haven't heard anything from them yet. Pillar and Project 86 played the "Fat Cat" here in Modesto not too long ago with their "Project Pillar" show. Missed that one, unfortunately. Although, I won't be missing the Breaking Benjamin show with Three Fold (sp?) there on the 9th of November. Hell yeah!


the song "Safe Haven", off of Songs to Burn Your Bridges By, is #2 @christianhardrock.net. :D

and Songs to Burn Your Bridges By came out back in may. :eyeraise:

TheOutrider
10-13-2004, 06:58 AM
Originally posted by Achilles
Well, at least the only one that admits it publicly anyway.

BTW, we caught that you like Avril when you mentioned her twice in your first post. Can we expect to see more from you regarding Miss Lavigne in this thread or are you done now? Sorry Achilles for double posting ill delete it now:)

Achilles
10-13-2004, 11:15 AM
Originally posted by bneezy
Well, it seemed like you were set on someone commenting on that and you got one. LOL. Achillies is sassy tonight. Hey TheRealJediDude, whatever floats your boat, man. You're 10, who cares? When you're 16, take that to your grave. The only thing missing was a flashing sign....

I figured "Hey, he's probably going to keep saying it until someone comments. Let's give him something to remember".

In all seriousness though, I agree with what you said about sticking with your taste. No matter how old you are or what you listen to, someone somewhere is going to think that you're weird. So find what you like, listen to it loud and proud, and if someone takes issue with it, tell them to go...err...listen to something else.

Airrazor
10-13-2004, 11:30 AM
or kick there a$$es :p

TheOutrider
10-14-2004, 03:53 PM
Originally posted by Achilles
The only thing missing was a flashing sign....

I figured "Hey, he's probably going to keep saying it until someone comments. Let's give him something to remember".

In all seriousness though, I agree with what you said about sticking with your taste. No matter how old you are or what you listen to, someone somewhere is going to think that you're weird. So find what you like, listen to it loud and proud, and if someone takes issue with it, tell them to go...err...listen to something else. Sorry Achilles for double posting and being annoying ill make sure it doesn't happen again:)

FiEND_138
10-17-2004, 09:07 PM
Originally posted by bneezy
- Marilyn Manson (90% of his crap sucks.)

His earlier stuff isn't too bad, just the later **** when he decided to be I'm th3 sh0ck king, buy my stuff because I make freaky press headlines & I scare your parents trip. Basically anything after Portrait of an American Family blows, but said albums alright. So, I guess that would be the 10%, LoL.

Achilles
10-18-2004, 02:00 AM
Originally posted by FiEND_138
His earlier stuff isn't too bad, just the later **** when he decided to be I'm th3 sh0ck king, buy my stuff because I make freaky press headlines & I scare your parents trip. Basically anything after Portrait of an American Family blows, but said albums alright. So, I guess that would be the 10%, LoL. I liked that, Antichrist Superstar and Mechanical Animals. That's about the time I started having kids and finally let go of my teenage musical tastes. Hey, I think I still have Korn's first album in a box around here somewhere. Probably hiding under my best of Sting cd :D

FiEND_138
10-18-2004, 02:41 AM
Yeah, theres a couple songs off of AntiChrist SuperStar that are.... decent. I don't know, I pretty much lost interest in his music when he started the whole, ' I'm the walking incarnation of Lucifer, shock people for headlines' thing. It's as though his music isn't good enough to sell (which IMHO it isn't) on it's own anymore, so he resorts to circus freak acts to get attention. Or maybe thats just the musician/artist side of me talking, who believes it's more about playing/creating & less about how many religious groups I can make hate me, while grabbing the headlines.

& I hear ya about the kids thing. With mine on the way, I find a lot of my anti-everything music going into a box in the closet. Strange the way life happens...