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    Re: Vote! Top U2 Song (pt1)

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    You know...my iPod has stuff from just about every genre and era...and Ive never heard of any of those groups. Might have to hit YouTube...
    Those are all on youtube with at least one song I think. Not sure about icon of coil though.

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    Re: Vote! Top U2 Song (pt1)

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    You know...my iPod has stuff from just about every genre and era...and Ive never heard of any of those groups. Might have to hit YouTube...
    yeah, but SoundGarden was about the newest thing I listen to. Hate to date myself but I have yet to see anybody that could drum LIke Bonham or play a guitar like Duane or Jimmy or even Mick Jones.



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    Re: Vote! Top U2 Song (pt1)

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    yeah, but SoundGarden was about the newest thing I listen to. Hate to date myself but I have yet to see anybody that could drum LIke Bonham or play a guitar like Duane or Jimmy or even Mick Jones.
    There was bio on Neil Pert the other night it was pretty interesting. At one point after all the success of Rush he was taking lessons from some jazz drummer.

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    Re: Vote! Top U2 Song (pt1)

    Quote Originally Posted by megaprogman View Post
    Mostly industrial/ebm groups like die krupps, einsturzende naubeuten, apoptygma berzerk, icon of coil, etc.
    Next level techno? Sounds like the sound track to Mortal Kombat...I could enjoy it...for a while. Different tastes...vive...

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    Re: Vote! Top U2 Song (pt1)

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    yeah, but SoundGarden was about the newest thing I listen to. Hate to date myself but I have yet to see anybody that could drum LIke Bonham or play a guitar like Duane or Jimmy or even Mick Jones.
    Its a different era of drumming but I have to say some of the new bands drummers are pretty skilled and they play at a radically different pace. Drum role's in a lot of the new metal bands arent just backbeats and solos. My son is outstanding with a doublekick set. He watches people like Steve Gad and has a real appreciation for them...but is too restless (undisciplined?) to 'just' play background for songs.

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    Re: Vote! Top U2 Song (pt1)

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    Next level techno? Sounds like the sound track to Mortal Kombat...I could enjoy it...for a while. Different tastes...vive...
    Techno is such a broad term, but when I think of techno, I tend to think of trance. This is more of a subset of house. However, industrial as a form of music has been around at least since the late 60s.
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    Re: Vote! Top U2 Song (pt1)

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    yeah, but SoundGarden was about the newest thing I listen to. Hate to date myself but I have yet to see anybody that could drum LIke Bonham or play a guitar like Duane or Jimmy or even Mick Jones.
    I still listen to everything and keep hoping for that next new thing...I started getting more into fusion sounds. East Village Opera Company, Kirk Franklin, some others...

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    Re: Vote! Top U2 Song (pt1)

    Quote Originally Posted by megaprogman View Post
    Techno is such a broad term, but when I think of techno, I tend to think of trance. This is more of a subset of house. However, industrial as a form of music has been around at least since the late 60s.
    Ive got some music from some German groups that sort of qualify..but yeah...house...as in club but not 'club' music? Yeah...I can see that...

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    Re: Vote! Top U2 Song (pt1)

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    Ive got some music from some German groups that sort of qualify..but yeah...house...as in club but not 'club' music? Yeah...I can see that...
    I've danced to this stuff in clubs

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    Re: Vote! Top U2 Song (pt1)

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    There was bio on Neil Pert the other night it was pretty interesting. At one point after all the success of Rush he was taking lessons from some jazz drummer.
    yeah, all three guys in that Band are pretty well respected for their playing. But they have been around along time. Bonham was the best drummer I ever saw live. Stewart Copeland and (when he wasn't tripping) Nicky "Topper" Headon were close seconds. Of guitarists, Page was the best I saw with Garcia second. Duane died before I could see him, same with Jimi



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