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  1. Im surprised nobody mentioned Red Hot Chili Peppers .. I am a huge fan of anything before One Hot Minute inclusive ... after that they kinda lost their funky ways ... seen them a bunch of times and they only played newer not so impressive tunes

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    Quote Originally Posted by stayabovetheweather View Post
    Im surprised nobody mentioned Red Hot Chili Peppers .. I am a huge fan of anything before One Hot Minute inclusive ... after that they kinda lost their funky ways ... seen them a bunch of times and they only played newer not so impressive tunes
    Saw them twice at a small club in Syracuse, NY in 1984 or and 1985. 1st show maybe 200 fans. 1985, 500 fans. This was right before Mother's Milk broke big. Got to split a pitcher of beer and talk music with Anthony and Flea. Also met there 1985 warm-up band Faith No More (who at the time I thought was just some punks trying to steal my glorious moment of rubbing elbows with "The Peppers.")

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    Lagwagon: Hoss and Frank Black: Teenager of the year

    these two albums stronlgy reflect my musical taste but I like so many different things even classical, opera, old country/western, folk ballads- I found when you get older and/or lose your folks you start to like the music they listened to for sentilmental reasons perhaps.
    Last edited by Bronze Whaler; Mar 28, 2012 at 03:02 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stayabovetheweather View Post
    Do all of you guys use spotify? its alot better then pandora IMO ...
    Whats better about it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stayabovetheweather View Post
    Im surprised nobody mentioned Red Hot Chili Peppers .. I am a huge fan of anything before One Hot Minute inclusive ... after that they kinda lost their funky ways ... seen them a bunch of times and they only played newer not so impressive tunes
    stadium arcadium is amazing double disc in my eyes. quantity and quality.

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    I listen to all kinds of music, just depends on the situation. I grew up playing in "punk" bands and sort of moved into a decent part-time career as a DJ through college and a few years afterward spinning predominantly Drum and Bass and Big Beat (DJ Shadow-style hip hop). I got into electronic music production as well, was even signed by a label out of the UK called CIA for a little while. That said, I love true underground hip hop, I still buy vinyl and I still have my turntables to mess around on when I'm bored.

    Anyway, here is a short list in various genres:
    -Reggae/OG Ska: Peter Tosh, eek a mouse, Desmond Dekker, Skatalites, Steel Pulse
    -Country/Bluegrass: Hank Sr. and Jr, Willie, Johnny, Old Crow Medicine Show, Chatham County Line, Deer Tick
    -Metal: Man Is The Bastard, Damad, Antischism, Cradle of Filth, Assuck
    -"Punk": Hot Water Music, Fugazi, Small Brown Bike, Jawbreaker, Gang of Four, Trans Am
    -"Classic": The Kinks, Credence, The Band, Talking Heads, New Order, B52's
    -Hip Hop/Turntablist: DJ Shadow, RJD2, Quasimoto, Mr. Lif, Blackalicious, Tribe, De La Soul, Leaders of the New School, EL-P, Aesop Rock
    -DnB: Calibre, MIST, Total Science, London Electricity, Mathematics, Roni Size, Digital, Ronin

    I don't really get the surfing scene's fascination with Dub Step. It always struck me as a fall back for people who could not keep up with Drum and Bass, to me it takes no skill to produce or spin. Fun fact: Many of the "prominent" Dub Step producers are actually very well known DnB producers under pseudonyms.

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    hole, mudhoney, zeppelin, garbage, iggy pop, ramones, misfits, pink floyd, pearl jam, nirvana of course.....many more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beyondlimits View Post
    hole, mudhoney, zeppelin, garbage, iggy pop, ramones, misfits, pink floyd, pearl jam, nirvana of course.....many more.
    my kinda chick....

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    Wow. Where I'm from 2 bands that resonate surf are black flag and pennywise Hermosa representin' socal! WESTSIDE! Oh yeah and Sublime reppin the LBC/ the OC(only caucasion)

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    Clapton, Allman Bro, John Prine, Joan Osborne, Eagles, early Steve Miller, Travelling Willburys- If you have never heard of John Prine- Look up Sam Stone, Hello in There or Paradise. Does his own music- attracks old hippies (like me). Joan Osborne in my opinion, is the best female vocolist of our day. Not a glamor girl- sticks to music & can do anything. Look up; "Crazy Baby". For you Dead fans, she toured with them after Garcia dies & sang lead.