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  1. I think Roll the bones is very underrated. Presto has some amazing songs but it sounds a bit too 80's at times, Counterpart is good but not one of my favourite. Test for echoes is underrated too, the song Resist is beautiful.
  2. Foo Fighters - In Your Honour Manic Street Preachers - Send Away The Tigers Pearl Jam - Binaural U2 - Elevation Tour 2001 Live from Boston DVD Lou Reed - Live at Montreaux DVD
  3. I love Rush!!! I liked 2112 and had a couple of albums of them in mp3 a few years ago, but didn't care too much about them, in fact I couldn't stand Geddy's voice that much, until I saw the Rush in Rio dvd and it blew my mind. I've became a fan since then and started to get their albums and dvds, they're amazing live. They were obviously very influenced by Led Zeppelin at the begging but soon they evolve into their own sound, more progressive, although they've changed a lot through the years. My favourite albums are all the ones from 2112 to Moving Pictures. I think the last 2 were also great.
  4. Their first to albums are great, but the last one sucks. If they want to grow as a band and get recognized they have to keep releasing good albums instead of crap like Gay and age, they won't knock Led Zep and Nirvana out of their pedestals sounding like the Pet Shop Boys.
  5. Rush - Vapor Trails Jimi Hendrix Experience - Axis: Bold As Love Stereophonics - Language. Sex. Violence. Other? Paul McCartney - The McCartney Years DVD
  6. 1. The Beatles 2. Pink Floyd 3. Led Zeppelin 4. Genesis 5. The Who 6. Queen 7. ELP 8. Aerosmith 9. Rush 10. The Jimi Hendrix Experience
  7. I love them, even the Phil Collins era wich gets bashed a lot. My favourite album is The lamb lies down on Broadway.
  8. I forgot about Simon & Garfunkel, I like them too
  9. I'm not a folk fan, but I like Bob Dylan a lot and some stuff by The Byrds
  10. I know what mean you cos that's what I hate about some bands, but that's not the case with ELP in my opinion. Plus not all his music was about technical viruosity, listen to Greg Lake's ballads for example like Lucky Man, there's not virtuosism at all there.
  11. 1. Paul McCartney 2. John Paul Jones 3. John Entwhistle
  12. I also like his voice in Modern Times, although it sounds "froggy", the problem to me is when he sings live. Another completely annoying singer is Thom Yorke, I can't stand him!!! His voice makes me want to kill him to end his suffering! At least on all Radiohead albums since Kid A, on the first 3 albums his singing was a bit more normal I'd say, not so exagerated so it fit in the songs, but now it's awfull, I'm not a fan of their latest stuff but that bitching voice makes it even worse.
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