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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Rock Artists Of The 2000's
PostPosted: Sat Feb 12, 2011 2:49 pm 
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Machine Head wrote:
Why not? Because they were more mainstream? Bullshit reasoning.


Also, as far as I recall, Genesis and ELP were pretty mainstream for a while


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Rock Artists Of The 2000's
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Coldplay are a good band in the fact that they have captured the essence and sound of a few great bands and fused that to their own. They may not be THAT special but i enjoy them more than Tool and Dream Theater generally.


I guess. But they sound too much like watered-down U2 meets watered-down Radiohead for my liking. I do really like a few Coldplay songs.


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Rock Artists Of The 2000's
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pgm wrote:
John G wrote:
Coldplay are a good band in the fact that they have captured the essence and sound of a few great bands and fused that to their own. They may not be THAT special but i enjoy them more than Tool and Dream Theater generally.


I guess. But they sound too much like watered-down U2 meets watered-down Radiohead for my liking. I do really like a few Coldplay songs.


That's true, but I wouldn't say that doesn't seem like an unusual combination. They aren't fully original, but their songs, at least to me, seem powerful and well composed (musical blending and progression). The lyrics and feel aren't bad either. I like them. But they're a band that I feel a deeper level of attraction toward (deeper as in it's hard to explain) compared to Tool and Dream Theater which is more out of respect if you know what I mean.


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Rock Artists Of The 2000's
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pgm wrote:
John G wrote:
Coldplay are a good band in the fact that they have captured the essence and sound of a few great bands and fused that to their own. They may not be THAT special but i enjoy them more than Tool and Dream Theater generally.


I guess. But they sound too much like watered-down U2 meets watered-down Radiohead for my liking. I do really like a few Coldplay songs.


They are basically that combination, but they do a fair job at it. They arent a bad live band either which gives them a few extra points with me.


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Rock Artists Of The 2000's
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Gotta be honest i like the old list better this pop fag rap shit is sick 2 my stomach ever artist pass 2005 should commit suicide, but the sad thing is there all more popular then all the better rock bands 2 fucking man.


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Rock Artists Of The 2000's
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Go away you silly idiot.


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lobones wrote:
Gotta be honest i like the old list better this pop fag rap shit is sick 2 my stomach ever artist pass 2005 should commit suicide, but the sad thing is there all more popular then all the better rock bands 2 fucking man.


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lobones wrote:
Gotta be honest i like the old list better this pop fag rap shit is sick 2 my stomach ever artist pass 2005 should commit suicide, but the sad thing is there all more popular then all the better rock bands 2 fucking man.


:metal:


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lobones wrote:
Gotta be honest i like the old list better this pop fag rap shit is sick 2 my stomach ever artist pass 2005 should commit suicide, but the sad thing is there all more popular then all the better rock bands 2 fucking man.

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Oh god... :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Rock Artists Of The 2000's
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Pretty surprised to see Muse so low. And really, portishead have no business being on this list, even if they qualify as Rock they only had one single album out this decade. Bob Dylan made me lol even more


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Why? Love and Theft and Modern Times were both highly accalimed albums.


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Rock Artists Of The 2000's
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Both were also decent sellers. Dylan could even be a little higher, though I'm OK with his current position.


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Rock Artists Of The 2000's
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Coldplay should be 3rd like in the on site list, don't know how the hell they're so low, how are the white stripes higher than them? What is wrong with you people?


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Floyo Mounier wrote:
Pretty surprised to see Muse so low.


Same here.


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