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    Hip-Hop rules

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    311
    AC DC
    Alien Ant Farm
    Audiovent (just bought there CD and it's pretty good)
    Bad Religion
    Black Sabbath
    Blink 182
    Boxcar Racer (two Blink members are in this band as a side act)
    Creed
    Deftones
    Eight Stops Seven
    Fenix TX
    Finch (good indie punk band)
    Godsmack
    Goldfinger
    Good Charlotte
    Green Day
    Guns 'n Roses
    Hoobastank
    Jimmy Eat World
    KISS
    KoRn (just bought their new CD the other day)
    Linkin Park
    Megadeath
    Metallica
    Motley Crue
    MXPX
    New Found Glory (just bought their new CD the other day)
    Nirvana
    The OffSpring
    Ozzy
    Pantera
    Papa Roach
    Pearl Jam
    POD
    Puddle of Mudd (I used to be a huge fan of them but listening to them all the time before they came became pretty big and once they did become pretty big has made me not care for them at all anymore, however, how much I liked them before makes me put them on the list)
    Rage Against the Machine
    Rancid
    Rob Zombie
    Smashing Pumpkins
    Soundgarden
    Staind (pretty much the samething as Puddle of Mudd)
    Sum 41 (almost the samething as Puddle of Mudd)
    Three Doors Down
    Thursday (I've been listening to them a lot lately along with my new CDs)
    Tom Petty
    Tool
    Train (I'm only listening to them because the song "Drops of Jupiter" has a special meaning to me for which I will post here)
    Weezer

    There are ton of other bands that I could have listed but it would not be right to list them for one of the following reasons:

    1) I've haven't heard enough of their songs to completely judge them as a whole
    2) I may really really like a couple of their songs, but I don't think that means that I like the band or does it?
    3) I don't know why

    Also, a lot of the bands that I listed I don't listen to much anymore, but I still consider them a band that I like. Some are on the borderline, though.

    All in all...not a bad least eh? In my opinion it's pretty well diversified.

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    yeah, hip-hop is quite good. Other than that I like rock (incubus, ACDC, whatever, not really into punk though), and of cource, who doesn't like Alanis Moresette! ; ).

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    I like Iron Maiden, Metallica, Pantera, Rammstein, System of a Down and some other bands.

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    Instead of listing band's that i like, i'm going to be different and list the song's in my winamp playlist...

    311 - transistor (remix)
    Aaliyah - Aaliyah & timberland- we need a resolution
    sublime - Zimbabwe
    No doubt - bathwater
    Robert miles - Children (full length) (ORIGINAL)
    Spacehog - In the meantime
    Sublime - perfect world
    Sublime - Wake Skate
    Sublime - Marley Medley - Guava Jelly
    311 - Beautiful Disaster
    No Doubt (go soundtrack) - new
    Gorillaz - 19 - 2000
    Bob marley - redemtion song
    Incubus - Are you in
    No doubt - trapped in a box
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    Few of the best bands out there:
    Alkaline Trio
    BNL
    Default
    Everclear (anything from their first 3 cds, everything else sucks)
    Fenix Tx (cant believe someone else in this forum knows who they are)
    Flickerstick
    FooFighters
    Goo Goo Dolls (even though they are going downhill)
    Hoobastank
    Incubus
    Jimmy Eat World (although it looks like they are starting to get popular and their next cd will proably be bad)
    Led Zepplin
    Linkin Park
    Live
    Our Lady Peace
    Pink Floyd
    Reel Big Fish (download beer,Sellout,and where have you been)
    Smashing Pumpkins (one of the best bands I ever saw live)
    The Who (Tommy -- the best whole album EVER)

    Maybe its just me but does anyone else nottice that the popularity of a band seems to be inversly related to the quality of the music they put out. The more air play they get the more they suck.

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    >>I listen to Dip Music

    wtf?

    >>Fenix Tx (cant believe someone else in this forum knows who they are)

    Heard of them. I'm sure I've heard some of their stuff but I cant remember any of it offhand.

    I'd make a list of the CDs I own but at over 160 CDs in my collection I dont have the time and I'm just plain too lazy to find them all. So I'll list a few favorites.

    Tool
    Deftones
    Eminem
    Union Underground
    Rage against the Machine
    Perfect Circle
    Sublime
    Fan Tan Alley (local band)
    Live
    Incubus

    Theres plenty more I like but those pop to mind.
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    Just thought I'd pipe in. Hoobastank and Linkin Park all went to the same high school as me, they lived in the same town. And Incubus grew up in a town adjacent to me. Pretty cool eh?

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    Originally posted by tim545666
    Just thought I'd pipe in. Hoobastank and Linkin Park all went to the same high school as i go to, they lived in the same town. And Incubus grew up in a town adjacent to me. Pretty cool eh?

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    Just in case we missed the first post you thought you'd quote yourself for a second post?

    P.S. Hoobastank and Linkin Park are good.
    "There's always another way"
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    What the hell? How did I do that?

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    No, I've had this one for months.

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    Hmmm, apart from l@d nobody else [who posted lists] like Eminem. What about Dr Dre.. l@d??

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