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What (do you think) is The Best Rock Song Ever Answered

I Know that this has nothing to do with making, but, I was wondering what everyone in the 'ibles community thought. Please state the name of the song, and than the name of the group/artist beneath it Ex. Don't Trust Me 3OH!3 BTW, I think it is Let It Rock Kevin Rudolph Long days, and pleasant nights, Aztof Du'Reth

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Goodhart (author)2009-08-28
Personally, I like TSO

WAIT for it...



And..



And (ignore the cover)


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RyAn_NoXiOuS (author)Goodhart2010-01-31

My personal preference is TSOL.

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Goodhart (author)RyAn_NoXiOuS2010-01-31
I kind of like to understand what the singer is saying, when they are singing.... ;-)   and if I do finally understand what they are saying, then I like for the words to make some form of sense  *chuckle*
 

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Doctor What (author)2010-01-31

 Well, that's easy.  

I don't feel like dancing, by the Scissor Sisters.

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Flumpkins (author)2009-06-17

Hmmm...too many branches of rock... Metal: Scar Symmetry - Ghost Prototype I (Measurement of thought) Classic Rock: Anything that Led Zeppelin did Kansas - Carry on Wayward son Grunge - Soundgarden - Jesus Christ Pose Rock - Nickleback - Animal Any other branches?

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Aztof (author)Flumpkins2009-06-17

Rage Against the Machine Killing in the name

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Aztof (author)Aztof2009-06-17

category being Rap/Rock Rage Against the machine Killing in the Name Nu Metal Disturbed Ten Thousand Fists Modern Rock Gorillaz 5/4

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Flumpkins (author)Aztof2009-06-17

Hmmm..... No offence, but IMO I only like Disturbed from your list

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Flumpkins (author)Aztof2009-06-18

In . My . Opinion..... Don't worry, it's not used that often.

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Aztof (author)Flumpkins2009-06-19

oh, I C, I am more familiar with IMHO. But, just a question, why don't you like all the other choices, I cansee why you don't like Velvet Revolver (their lead singer is a DuceBag) But, Rage Against the machine may not be every mans cup of tea, but almost everyone I know (except for the fascist) likes what the stand for Buit Gorillaz, comer on, they arew by far one of the best bands EVER oh, and Death Metal Children of Bodom Angels Don't Kill

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Flumpkins (author)Aztof2009-06-21
I dunno. I just don't like those bands. It's kinda like noise. Speaking of noise, check out the worst band ever.

Band: Waking the Cadaver
Song: Chased through the Woods by a Rapist

I don't even know if this is the full song


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Aztof (author)Flumpkins2009-06-21

But all that music is is the mastery of noise, the engineering of static, until noise itself becomes an art! To be able to harness white noise is the highest elevation of art and science combined! Are we not too but children of this void of sound? When a child is born, they do not make noises that are pleasing to hear, it is in our ancestry, our very genes, this "noise." It is not only our inclination, but our DUTY to embrace what we call noise, and become one with it, to welcome it into our plethora of "musical" tastes, and to gain a fuller understanding of ourselves and this world. If anyone had no idea what I just said, listen to your most-hated song and nothing else, for one hour, than replace the fabric covering on your speakers with tinfoil and metal trashcan lids full of bb's or ball-bearings turn the volume up to max and listen to radio static for about fifteen minutes.

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RyAn_NoXiOuS (author)Aztof2010-01-31

IMO Axl Rose puts the Axl Rose in Douce Baggery.

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RyAn_NoXiOuS (author)Aztof2010-01-31

RATM actually preaches communism. And from my experience most everyone likes there sound but often don't agree with their extreme leftist views.

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Chicken2209 (author)Aztof2009-06-25

Ten Thousand Fists? No Wai! The Sickness FTW

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Aztof (author)Aztof2009-06-17

oh, and Hard Rock Velvet Revolver Come on, Come in Thnx 4 posting your ideas, I will get every songthat is posted here 4 my iPod :)

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whatsisface (author)Aztof2009-06-19

That song's naff for a Rage song. Bulls on Parade is much better.

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RyAn_NoXiOuS (author)whatsisface2010-01-31

I'd have to say Vietnow or Guerilla Radio for RATM.

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Aztof (author)whatsisface2009-06-20

"**** you I won't do what you tell me!"

it is a GREAT rage song

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Flumpkins (author)Dr. Steel2009-06-25

Punk - Simple Plan (?) - Anything. Simple plan is pretty awesome Rise Against - Give it all

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skunkbait (author)Flumpkins2009-06-25

Sex Pistols- God Save the Queen. Sex Pistols-Anarchy In the UK. Ramones-Blitzkreig Bop. Ramones-Rock-N-Roll High School.

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Flumpkins (author)skunkbait2009-06-26
Your Ramones picks are awesome, and so are your Sex Pistols. Have you heard Motley Crue's cover of Anarchy in the UK?


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skunkbait (author)Flumpkins2009-06-26

Yep, I hadn't heard that one in a long time. I never really had been a Crue fan, but their covers of Anarchy in the UK, and Smokin' in the Boys Room, kinda won me over.

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Flumpkins (author)skunkbait2009-06-27
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RyAn_NoXiOuS (author)Flumpkins2010-01-31

Simple Plan is pop. Anyone listen to Hardcore Punk?

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Aztof (author)Flumpkins2009-06-26

UM, just a heads-up, could you PLEASE stop re-posting your comment, If people REALLY want your optinion that much, than they can just search through all the other coments to find it.

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Flumpkins (author)Aztof2009-06-26

UM, just a heads-up, could you PLEASE get your facts straight before you say something. Whenever someone replies to my comment the comment shoots to the top.

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Aztof (author)Flumpkins2009-06-28

Oh, sorry 'bout that... Nice dog BTW, is it yours?

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Sunbanks (author)Flumpkins2009-06-19

Carry On Wayward Son is a great song.

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Flumpkins (author)Sunbanks2009-06-19

I KNO.... it is amazing, "Carry On My Wayward Soooon... there'll be peace when you are done..." " Lay your weary head to reeeest... don't you cry no mooooooor... boom boom.. boom boom chck"

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squirrelMLM (author)2009-07-06

oooo im gona have to say Pinball Wizard by the Who, thats rock, right? no? yes?

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RyAn_NoXiOuS (author)Aztof2010-01-31

Cannibal Corpse is "rock," Hannah Montana is "rock."

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RyAn_NoXiOuS (author)2010-01-31

Anarchy In The U.K. - The Sex Pistols

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Laserman595 (author)2010-01-13

The Pretender  -    Foo Fighters

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M4industries (author)2009-07-02

Black Sabbath - Crazy Train

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Bert99 (author)M4industries2009-12-23

I thought crazy train was by Ozzy Osbourne??

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M4industries (author)Bert992009-12-23

 He was the lead singer of Black Sabbath.

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The Landon (author)Bert992009-12-30

Just to clarify, Ozzy Osbourne was Black Sabath´s vocalist, and sang songs like Ironman, but Crazy Train is part of Ozzy´s solo career

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milsorgen (author)2010-01-11

 Rancid - Roots Radicals

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Tunesrlife (author)2009-12-27
This is the impossible question among all impossible questions.
I... I just can't pick.
Listening to Jeremy by Pearl Jam.
Oh the glory of pandora.

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