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56 minutes ago, Josef Svejk said:

The Beach Boys thread got me thinking about this.

 

Obvious starting point:

 

 

Fuck right off. Great song, great film, great woman. 

 

Negged. 

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Not a band but Like A Hurricane by Neil Young. I love everything else he did in the 70s but have to skip that every time, hate it.

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Chuck Berry, my Ding a Ling. 

 

There's a World by Neil Young is also pretty shit, Mook.

 

Led Zepp. Tea for one.

 

Clash, We are the Clash. 

 

Pearl Jam, Hey foxymophandledmama, that's me....Just plain fucking weird. 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Mook said:

Not a band but Like A Hurricane by Neil Young. I love everything else he did in the 70s but have to skip that every time, hate it.

The unplugged version is decent. He wrote it on organ too.

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7 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

Chuck Berry, my Ding a Ling. 

 

There's a World by Neil Young is also pretty shit, Mook.

 

Led Zepp. Tea for one.

 

Clash, We are the Clash. 

 

Pearl Jam, Hey foxymophandledmama, that's me....Just plain fucking weird. 

 

 

Tea for One is genius, probably in my top 10 Zeppelin songs.

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4 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

Just seemed like an afterthought to fill an album for me. 

I don't think Led Zeppelin ever worked like that, certainly not by the mid-70s. I think it has some of Plant's best lyrics & Page's best blues playing, Bonham is out of this World on it too.

 

Be boring if we all liked the same stuff though.

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1 minute ago, Mook said:

I don't think Led Zeppelin ever worked like that, certainly not by the mid-70s. I think it has some of Plant's best lyrics & Page's best blues playing, Bonham is out of this World on it too.

 

Be boring if we all liked the same stuff though.

Yeah, all about preferences as usual. I just find it a bit repetitive. Maybe's I'm being a bit harsh putting it in this thread as they had so many great songs there's always one you don't put on a pedestal like the rest. Plus I love Blues and maybe's just find Tea for One a bit too melancholy for Led Zepp. 

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7 minutes ago, Trumo said:

I suppose a lot of people will doubt U2's credentials as a great band, but 'Sweetest Thing' was a genuine turd.

Great shout. 

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Not sure that many of you love Stereophonics so will probably think I'm spoilt for choice but I rate most of their stuff. Have a nice day is as annoying as fuck though. 

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3 minutes ago, Remmie said:

Not sure that many of you love Stereophonics so will probably think I'm spoilt for choice but I rate most of their stuff. Have a nice day is as annoying as fuck though. 

Great band, love them. 

 

Yes that song is shite. 

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