Alright_Computer;2212019 said:I have to agree with Gowie here. Beck the person is much better than that really stupid anime of the same name.EDIT: And yes, I have watched it. It was pretty bad.
UneasyMonkey;2212050 said:You got everything right except for the guitars and drums. Lake is a better bassist than guitarist, but Lee and Lifeson are still better at their respective instruments. And you shouldn't have that many symbols for drums (that amount would go well with the voices). They're both excellent drummers, but Peart is technically better and has influenced more drummers
Fizzeler;2212066 said:Lake is a great guitarist live (he does not play bass live because Emerson is on Keyboards most of the time) and Palmer I am not just talking about with Emerson, Lake, And Palmer his Atomic Rooster stuff is amazing, but to each their own opinion
UneasyMonkey;2212098 said:Oh yeah, I've heard a few songs from the Rooster. Awesome stuff. Even with Arthur Brown he was good. I just think Peart is better. Anyways, I've seen Lake play bass live in the videos for Pictures at an Exhibition. He switches to acoustic guitar for some songs. It's more logical to play bass instead of guitar when there are keyboards because the keyboards provide the melody like a guitar does. And Emerson is ALWAYS on keyboards...or pipe organ for the beginning of Pictures at an Exhibition.Edit: This is the video I'm talking about: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Y1x04hAUT4
UneasyMonkey;2211996 said:Yeah...I know that all three of the musicians are amazing--Alex Lifeson being the weakest, but still awesome guitar player--but they aren't perfect. I'd say maybe their personalities, kindness, and senses of humour are perfect tho Btw, the first part of your sig is awesome! Don't know what I think of the other half...
Fizzeler;2212121 said:Like I said Lake is a good guitar player/bassist a bit better than Lee and Lifeson, but mostly because of his skills live and instrumentals Peart is a good drummer technically, but I would say Palmer or Copeland are betterAlso, if you want to hear Palmer's drum skill listen to tank
Rockbandfan23467;2212119 said:What about Jeff Beck?
Hungryfreak;2212211 said:Do it. Leprosy is my personal favorite.
JukeBoxHero;2212242 said:Well with enough convincing, to torrentflux!
franticfish;2212259 said:Have you got Human? if not, download it NOW!
JukeBoxHero;2212290 said:I couldn't find a sole torrent for Leprosy(that one died off), so I got one for their entire discography. I might download the rest of their stuff I haven't got tonight. Although, that would be the first time I've done that in a few months.
Fizzeler;2212327 said:What would be a good starting album for Death?
franticfish;2212343 said:Symbolic or Human they're the bands most accessible albums and are in a more tech-death style similar to Atheist & Cynic as opposed to the straightforward death metal of Scream Bloody Gore
JukeBoxHero;2212377 said:Also, sorry to bring this up again, but I don't think anyone saw my edit. Do you guys think Avenged Sevenfold ripped Death's Spirit Crusher riff at 2:28 with their song Unholy Confessions?
zeldazeppelin;2212387 said:the beatles are Imo are a very terrible band
UneasyMonkey;2212240 said:Hell yeah, Beck is the best of all the Beck's
Fizzeler;2212355 said:Opinion:Progressive Krautrock sounds great bands like Can, Eloy, and Nektar are all awesome
Fizzeler;2212385 said:Post link?Yet to hear Death never really liked Avenged Sevenfold
UneasyMonkey;2212446 said:Then you haven't heard enough of them. Go listen to all their later albums starting with Rubber Soul then come back and tell me that
Julio_Strikes_Back;2212466 said:You're either just trying to piss him off or a complete idiot.
back_blows;2212477 said:Don't really care for the Beatles either.