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What Are Your Top 800+ Bands?


Music & Audio


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The Beatles
The Clash
The Smiths
The Pogues
Funakdelic/Parliament
Booker T. & the MG's
Otis Redding
Sam & Dave
Rufus Thomas
Public Enemy
John Coltrane
Elvis Costello & the Attractions
The Velvet Underground
Richard Thompson
Richard and Linda Thompson
The Fairport Convention
Sandy Denny
Fugazi
Minor Threat
Johnny Cash
The Ramones
Neil Young
The Rolling Stones
The Howlin' Wolf
Bob Dylan
Al Green
Gang of Four
Charles Mingus
Serge Gainsbourg
Television
Belle & Sebastian
Hank Williams
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
Ludwig van Beethoven
ABBA
Ice-T
Kraftwerk
The Cure
The Who
Sly and the Family Stone
Led Zeppelin
R.E.M.
Os Mutantes
Caetano Veloso
Miles Davis
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Metallica

just to start


Oh, yeah, AC/DC.


I like all those, too. I'll add...

The Cult
Grateful Dead
Los Lobos (fantastic live)
Lots of jam bands
Bow wow wow
Pretenders
Pink Floyd

I like so many different bands and styles I don't think I could pick 5 favorites. It depends a lot on my mood, too.


Was that Richard and Linda Thompson (married) or Richard Thompson and Linda Thompson (divorced)? No, not at all acrimonious, where'd you hear that?

Their son Teddy's making a name for himself too.

Oh, oh, and James McMurtry, but that's just cause his father's such a good writer :P

Shadow Lodge

Trampled by Turtles
Mahavishnu Orchestra
Digable Planets
Beneath the Massacre
Shakti
Operation Ivy
Minutemen
The Dead Milkmen
AVAIL
Face to Face
Hank Williams
NOFX
New Orleans Klezmer All Stars


All that punk rock and no Bad Religion? I'm sad.


[Facepalm]

I didn't list the Dead. What will Citizen Meatrace say?


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

The Beatles

The Clash
The Smiths
The Pogues
Funakdelic/Parliament
Booker T. & the MG's
Otis Redding
Sam & Dave
Rufus Thomas
Public Enemy
John Coltrane
Elvis Costello & the Attractions
The Velvet Underground
Richard Thompson
Richard and Linda Thompson
The Fairport Convention
Sandy Denny
Fugazi
Minor Threat
Johnny Cash
The Ramones
Neil Young
The Rolling Stones
The Howlin' Wolf
Bob Dylan
Al Green
Gang of Four
Charles Mingus
Serge Gainsbourg
Television
Belle & Sebastian
Hank Williams
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
Ludwig van Beethoven
ABBA
Ice-T
Kraftwerk
The Cure
The Who
Sly and the Family Stone
Led Zeppelin
R.E.M.
Os Mutantes
Caetano Veloso
Miles Davis
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Metallica

just to start

TOP 800??

I'll start with
Bad Religion
SUB HUM ANS
Crass
VNV Nation
Klaxons
Gorillaz
The Clash ('Know Your Rights' is my favorite)

Shadow Lodge

Xaaon of Korvosa wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

The Beatles

The Clash
The Smiths
The Pogues
Funakdelic/Parliament
Booker T. & the MG's
Otis Redding
Sam & Dave
Rufus Thomas
Public Enemy
John Coltrane
Elvis Costello & the Attractions
The Velvet Underground
Richard Thompson
Richard and Linda Thompson
The Fairport Convention
Sandy Denny
Fugazi
Minor Threat
Johnny Cash
The Ramones
Neil Young
The Rolling Stones
The Howlin' Wolf
Bob Dylan
Al Green
Gang of Four
Charles Mingus
Serge Gainsbourg
Television
Belle & Sebastian
Hank Williams
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
Ludwig van Beethoven
ABBA
Ice-T
Kraftwerk
The Cure
The Who
Sly and the Family Stone
Led Zeppelin
R.E.M.
Os Mutantes
Caetano Veloso
Miles Davis
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Metallica

just to start

TOP 800??

I'll start with
Bad Religion
SUB HUM ANS
Crass
VNV Nation
Klaxons
Gorillaz
The Clash ('Know Your Rights' is my favorite)

I had Crass in my top 5 in the other thread. Also, flux of pink indians (if you haven't heard them check them out).

Andoran

Well, you did ask...

Spoiler:
A Perfect Circle
Against Me!
Agent Orange
Alice In Chains
Amanda Palmer
Black Flag
Bob Dylan
Bouncing Souls
Brand New
Bullet For My Valentine
Chronic Future
Clancy Brothers
Clutch
Coheed & Cambria
Colin Hay
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Dave Carter and Tracy Grammer
Dethklok
Django Reinhardt
The Doobie Brothers
Down
The Dresden Dolls
Drive Like Jehu
Dropkick Murphys
The Dubliners
Edguy
Elliott Smith
Ellis Paul
Evens
Flipper
Fugazi
Garnet Rogers
Gary Moore
Hamell On Trial
Have Heart
The Heard
Himsa
Iggy Pop and the Stooges
Iron Maiden
James Brown
Jerry Jeff Walker
Jerry Lee Lewis
Johnny Cash
KMFDM
Kyle Lang
Kyuss
Lamb of God
Leftover Crack
Linkin Park
Marilyn Manson
Mark Erelli
Mastodon
The MC5
Meat Puppets
Men At Work
Metallica
Mike Watt
Minor Threat
Minutemen
The Misfits
Mt. Eden
Mumford and Sons
The Murderburgers
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Nightwish
Nine Inch Nails
Old Crow Medicine Show
Ozma
Pailhead
Pantera
Paul Simon
Pearl Jam
Peter Mulvey
Philip Glass
Politicks
Public Enemy
Puscifer
Queens of the Stone Age
Rainbow
The Ramones
Refused
Richard Shindell
Richard Thompson
Rise Against
The Rolling Stones
Rollins Band
Ronnie James Dio
Rush
The Ruts
Saves the Day
Seether
Shiny Toy Guns
Simon and Garfunkel
Social Distortion
Soulfly
Staind
Stan Rogers
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Summer, Save Me
Tegan and Sara
Thin Lizzy
The Three Irish Tenors
Tim Minchin
Tom Waits
The Traveling Wilburys
Van Halen
Various Production
Voxtrot
The Wailin' Jennys
Wartime
White Zombie
Wire
Yndi Halda
ZZ Top

Andoran

That's about a tenth of the artists I've got saved on my computer.


A small number of my favorites -
Slayer
Candlemass
Behemoth
King Diamond/Mercyful Fate
Death
Suffocation
Incantation
Nile
Emperor
Darkened Nocturn Slaughercult
Immortal
Cradle of Filth
Necros Christos
Diablo Swing Orchestra
Ahab
Pseudogod
Iron Maiden
Black Sabbath
Judas Priest
Cathedral
Marduk
Autopsy
Black Pyramid
Lord Vicar
Reverend Bizarre
Asphyx
Megadeth
Overkill
Therion
Celtic Frost


St. Vincent


Seabyrn wrote:

A small number of my favorites -

<listing a whole bunch of awesometude>

You, sir, rule. I have at least one album by each of those. And some, a hell of a lot more.


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:

Well, you did ask...

** spoiler omitted **

It was looking pretty good until I saw you diluted it with:

blasphemy:
BFMV and Seether

You'd think you'd know someone.


The Police
Letters to Cleo
The Band
U2
Great Big Sea
The Samples
Alice in Chains
Stone Temple Pilots
Sound Garden
The Cranberries
Guns and Roses
Jane's Addiction
Journey
Kings of Leon
Queen
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Rusted Root
Smashing Pumpkins
The Sundays
The Squeeze
Missing Persons
Temple of the Dog
Talking Heads

I am sure there is alot more but here is a start.

Andoran

Urizen wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:

Well, you did ask...

** spoiler omitted **

It was looking pretty good until I saw you diluted it with:

** spoiler omitted **

You'd think you'd know someone.

Those guys are some serious nostalgia for me there. Disclaimer came out when I was in high school, and The Poison came out the year after I graduated.


I don't want to type all of them, It'll be easier to add you to my circles on Google+ so you can look at my music library.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Tales Subscriber

It's more simple to send you to my last.fm profile :p

Overall Charts.

Andoran

Warren Zevon
Peter Tosh
Alex Roe
John Cusack Suicide Cult
Astro Kid
Luck-One & Dekk
Green Day
Bruce Springsteen
Ratatat
Mayhem
Heart
Michael Bowman
Erik Scheele
Tally Hall
The Lonely Forest
Joren DeBruin

(indie as f~~#)


big star
the replacements
fantomas ~
(almost anything mike patton)
elysian fields
them ~
(almost anything van morrison)
monster magnet
tom waits
wilco
loudon wainwright III

Adding off the top of my head... after a long shift at work... after a few drinks.... may return later to update.

Brian

Andoran

Santana
Olof Arnalds
gkfoes vjgoaf
Craig Finn
Bleached


Big Star and The Replacements make Brian Kovich instantly cooler than Gark.

Other bands that I haven't mentioned yet (I don't think):

Echo & the Bunnymen
The Flying Burrito Brothers
Arvo Part
Aretha Franklin
The Monks
Charles Mingus
Laura Nyro
Big Black
Dinosaur, Jr.
Stiffs, Inc.
Ornette Coleman
Robert Johnson
Big Mama Thornton
Elvis Presley
The Mekons
The Beach Boys

Andoran

Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

The Beach Boys

OMG OMG OMG

*(FROTHS AT MOUTH)(*

sklfdsadfjd

p*fiales*

HOW COULD YOU!!!!!one!~!11!


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Lots of punk in those lists :-)
Dead Kennedys are curiously absent
And adding to the Irish mix, The Tossers

I will try not to reproduce any of the great bands in the above lists:
Chemical Brothers
Crash Worship (but more for the live shows)
The Damned
Dead Can Dance
The Doors
Freshlyground
Hugh Masekela
Lupe Fiasco
Mandoza
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Morphine
Mr. Bungle
Pink Floyd
Skinny Puppy
Sonic Boom Six
Spoek Mathambo

Andoran

The Killers
Lordi
Rona Nishliu


Oops! I forgot to bump this to keep competing with the Top 5 Bands thread.


Bands not yet mentioned:

Flogging Molly
The Sword
Iced Earth
Blind Guardian
Atmosphere
Turbonegro
Laibach
From Ashes Rise
Old 97s
Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra
Skatalites - can't have ska without the skatalites


Can't believe I've missed this thread, so making up for lost time...

vast list:

Mighty Baby
Quicksilver Messenger Service
Trembling Bells
Alan Stivell
Erkin Koray
Selda
Edip Akbayram
Cem Karaca
Robert Wyatt
Van Der Graaf Generator
Y Niwl
Super Furry Animals
PJ Harvey
Albert Ayler
Sun Ra
Grandaddy
Laghonia
Traffic Sound
Trees
Fairport Convention
Amon Duul II
William D Drake
Beth Jeans Houghton
Jeff Parker
Voice of the Seven Woods
Teenage Fanclub
Gorky's Zycotic Mynci
Beachwood Sparks

Edit: Not as vast as Cde Anklebiter's, I see... :)


16 Volt
Absurd Minds
Alice In Chains
Alphaville
And One
Animotion
Apocalyptica
Apoptygma Bezerk
Assemblage 23
B! Machine
Beborn Beton
Bella Morte
Bigod 20
Birthday Massacre
Blut Engel
Camouflage
Celldweller
Clan of Xymox
Client
Combichrist
Covenant
Cruxshadows
Das Ich
David Bowie
De/Vision
Dead Can Dance
Delerium
Depeche Mode
Destroid
Diary of Dreams
Die Krupps
Duran Duran
E Nomine
Eisbrecher
Epica
Faith No More
Fictional
Filter
Front 242
Funker Vogt
Gary Numan
God Lives Underwater
Hate Dept
Haujobb
Icon of Coil
Imperative Reaction
Information Society
INXS
Iris
KieTheVez
L'ame Immortelle
Life of Agony
Lights of Euphoria
Machines of Loving Grace
Massive Attack
Megaherz
Melotron
Merge
Mesh
Ministry
Namnambulu
Neuroactive
Neuroticfish
New Order
Oomph
Paradise Lost
Parallel Project
Pennywise
Pet Shop Boys
Project Pitchfork
Rotersand
Seabound
SITD
Skinny Puppy
Soil & Eclipse
Stabbing Westward
Staubkind
STP
Stromkern
Tears for Fears
Terminal Choice
Toadies
Type O Negative
Unheilig
Velvet Acid Christ
VnV Nation
Voltaire
Zeromancer

Paizo Employee Customer Service Happiness-Inducement Imp

*Edit->Find on Page->"Pixies"*

*Not Found*

I am disappointed.


I knew I forgot something, but I thought someone had listed the Pixies.

I also forgot

Rammstein
Sex Pistols
Wolfsheim

Shadow Lodge

GWAR.

That is all.


Where are my Progressive/Post metal nerds at?

Tool
Isis
Rishloo
Rosetta
Mastodon

To start it off...

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