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QKXV

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Originally posted by Ripper@Jun 2 2006, 08:41 PM
but there's just something about Kurt Cobain
True, they had a tribute the other week on the radio, anniversary of his death or something and where I've not listened to them for a while the music really touched me in a place that I've forgotten about in a while, bringing back some great memories of those years and sparking that angsty rebelion of my teenage years.

What about killing Joke?
 
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sambãd5

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nirvana > foo fighters. b-sides say it all. its what they were about. nirvana was a pioneer. but at the same time, they were always the small seattle group. they always played there best in someones garage, rather than a stacked out concert.


nu-metal just plain sucks. f*** you disturbed, f*** you linkin park.
 
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jinxed_nz

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Originally posted by Quintes+Jun 2 2006, 09:02 PM-->
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@Jun 2 2006, 02:13 AM
Ditto with the Colour and the Shape by the Foo Fighters (Easily their best album...  and better then anything Tool could even dream of achieving)
:p Massive hook on that line eh Ripper? Hehe

To me you can't compare a band like foo fighters with a band like Tool and even their record sales shouldn't be compared. I listen to both. Where Tool is a band that takes itself quite serious the foo's doesn't to the same extent. IMO Tool sees itself as an instument to enlighten through art, sound, irony and experience where as the Foo's style is more catchy, commercial and easier listening. Dave Grohl is an amazing all round musician and if Kurdt was alive today Nirvana would've split up anyway so Dave could come into his own like he did with the Foo's. But you cannot deny the tecnical and creative brilliance of Adam Jones and the expressive voice of Maynard in Tool.

Anyone who ever tried to mix several elements of sound into a cohesive song will tell you that it takes great talent, patience and skill and as someone who listens to Pearl Jam and other good music (ref what you listening to thread) in general I doubt that you really mean what you say about Tool and it comes merely from a misunderstanding of the music or a mis-judgment without evaluating the actual material (there must be one word for that line, rep points for the answer to anyone) [/b]
Awsome Sum up! that deserves a rep point!

I agrees with Nu Metal. Its got no guts, its just mixes over top of the music to disguise their low level of telent in making good coheasive riffs and all round music. If you want to listen to music with mixes and samples all through it then stay in rap/hip hop i say.
 
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dobrien7

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Originally posted by Serge@Jun 3 2006, 03:39 PM
Who cares about talent if it sounds good

Disturbed Fan. Especially the vocals
Pssst - me too. Saw them live bout a month ago, was awesome, shhhhh...
 
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kaftka

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Originally posted by sambãd5@Jun 3 2006, 10:32 AM
nirvana > foo fighters. b-sides say it all. its what they were about. nirvana was a pioneer. but at the same time, they were always the small seattle group. they always played there best in someones garage, rather than a stacked out concert.


nu-metal just plain sucks. f*** you disturbed, f*** you linkin park.
Agreed...


However, I do listen to FF much much more....



How about Nu-metal hop?



>_<
 
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jinxed_nz

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I have a Disturbed CD but they just havent done it for me in their last CD they rely to much on their vocal's to hold the songs when vocals should just be apart of the music not over powering it.
 
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