Zeleii;2214318 said:Would that be yourself?
Hungryfreak;2214322 said:Them, too, but Meleeman helped start the trend of having such followers and posting such pointless, nonsensical threads.Oh well, no use sounding like the elitist doches we are for being the HOR forum guys, haha.
Hungryfreak;2214629 said:Yeah, we've drawn our own stereotypes. I guess that's what you get for enjoying music, haha.Operation: Pharaoh Hitler? My curiosity is peaked.
Rockbandfan23467;2213344 said:Neither should B.B. King or Muddy Waters, because they are blues.
Ultimatum;2213355 said:lolwutPalmer is definitely far more adept at odd-time signatures than Peart. And don't bring up the ostinatto, that's pretty much the only feat of 4-way independence I've seen Peart pull off.
Runesmith;2213853 said:I agree. I've always been in favor of just renaming it the Popular Music Hall of Fame, but eh...
a21schizoidman;2214352 said:they like to make fun of us, someone said something like "you idiots argue for a week about who Geddy Lee took a dump on"
a21schizoidman;2214307 said:i saw someone attempted to impersonator me
Gowienczyk;2210824 said:Yeah, I never was an Radioidiot.
UneasyMonkey;2210941 said: Radiohead is one of the greatest and most influential modern artists, man. OK Computer is one of the best albums to come out in the past 15 years. Did you at least like Paranoid Android?
timmay9;2211015 said:She told him not to do something, and he did it anyways. If she didn't ban him it would have been odd.
Gowienczyk;2211197 said:Pablo Honey may be their weakest artistically, but that doesn't matter if they can't write anything that grabs your attention in that art of their later material.
Gowienczyk;2211692 said:You sure do fail a lot.
UneasyMonkey;2211768 said:NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Mr. Kite is awesome! Listen to it a few more times...or get Sgt. Pepper and listen to it with the album as a whole. You'll learn to appreciate it, at least. The only Beatles song I really hate, but still understand and respect, is Revolution 9
UneasyMonkey;2212567 said:You can't say Dream Theater is bad because all of the musicians are amazing at what they do. I'm fine with you not liking them, but it's totally wrong to say they are badAnd I don't know about that band you listed, but I'm not going to say they suck because I have never heard anything from them
UneasyMonkey;2212707 said:Now stop saying the Beatles suck when you haven't heard enough by them to clarify that
Oscar-Rio;2214179 said:i think that more than 75% of this message board sucks at posting on message boards.proofhttp://www.rockband.com/forums/showthread.php?t=132871
UneasyMonkey;2214966 said:I literally lmao'd when I read that. That's awesome
Fizzeler;2215282 said:Opinion:The Melvins are very diverse in their music it is hard to stick them into one genre
Hungryfreak;2215352 said:Definitely. I hate labeling them in my music library and switch between calling them doom metal (since it is inclusive of several of their styles) and grunge (just to trick friends into listening to them, haha).Maybe I'll put them under the genre of 'awesome music'. Then I can put Zappa's stuff there, too.
Fizzeler;2215360 said:That works starting to get into Melvins discography liking so far (listening to nude with boots)
Hungryfreak;2215366 said:Good to see that you're liking them. So you checked out Stag? How did you like that?
Hungryfreak;2215378 said:Yup, they only stayed on a major label for three albums (three damn good albums, too) and that was Atlantic, so they're fair game .
franticfish;2215401 said:What would be a good starting point for The Melvins?
Hungryfreak;2215405 said:Since you're on the doomier side of things, check out Houdini. You won't regret it!
Fizzeler;2215418 said:I finally got into doom metal through Death Prog. Weird things happen when you combine a genre you like with a genre you use to not like
franticfish;2215429 said:What doom have you been listening to?
Fizzeler;2215460 said:Not much personally I do not know much Doom unless Death is doom EDIT: Mastodon I listen to them
franticfish;2215479 said:Some awesome accessible doom/stoner bands: Saint Vitus, Reverend Bizarre, Sleep, Electric Wizard and Acid Witch. The last too and quite a bit 'heavier' or 'brutal' than the rest. (Just in case you wanna give doom a try)
Xaris3514;1498801 said:Nirvana sucks. That is all.
instantdeath999;2215757 said:Random opinion: I'm not sure why anyone would fanatically devoted themselves to their hate of a band long disbanded.
Soror_YZBL;2215776 said:lack of anything constructive to do with their lives?