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your favorite song? Answered

what's your fav. song or band, instructables community?

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Plasmana

10 years ago

Dreadzone.

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Bran

11 years ago

Freebird, Lynyrd Skynyrd. Won't Back Down, Tom Petty. Free Fallin', Tom Petty. The South's Gonna Do It Again, Charlie Daniels Band. I've got quite a few others, but these are the ones I are my true favorites. Oh, and come on, you can't ask us without telling us yours!

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YerboogiemanBran

Reply 10 years ago

Tom Petty is pretty good, VH1 2nd singer or something like that

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Pumpkin$Bran

Reply 11 years ago

paradise city and sweet child of mine by guns n roses EX. freebird is amazing!

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sugg22

11 years ago

Lost in the Flood by Bruce Springsteen Talk to Me by Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes (F)lannigan's Ball by the Dropkick Murphys Devil's Dance Floor by Flogging Molly SIck Boy by Social Distortion and last but not least... We Got the T by 10 Cents Short

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NachoMahmasugg22

Reply 11 years ago

. Wow! I thought I was the only one that listened to The Dropkick Murphys and Flogging Molly.

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sugg22NachoMahma

Reply 11 years ago

no, man. their great. we seem to like a lot of the same music, even though i estimate that you are thirty years my senior. funny how music can span generations.

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astrozombies138sugg22

Reply 11 years ago

dude.... I love that stuff as well flogging molly is playing tomorrow haha, the pogues in march (18+) have to do some sneakin, and dropkick march 12 ! haha and this sunday I'm seeing a band thats like dropkick only more hardcore and Oi oriented... very close with their fanbase in chicago where they are from I know most of the people in this vid

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sugg22astrozombies138

Reply 11 years ago

i'm a big ska fan, and being from jersey, we've got a ton of local bands. so i go to local all ages shows a lot. that is awesome if you can see the pogues + dropkick + flooging, or even just 1/3. have fun!

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astrozombies138sugg22

Reply 11 years ago

oh yes, the local shows we have here are... intenresting usually a bunch of punk bands in some ones basement hah. My friends band "the freaks" is pretty fun to see live their singer goes out on stage coked out and does the gg allin thing without the animals or poop, so its more enjoyable.

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sugg22astrozombies138

Reply 11 years ago

thats pretty crazy. my band doesn't do any crazy shit - we just play music.

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Labot2001sugg22

Reply 11 years ago

listen to flogging molly's The Seven Deadly Sins and dropkick's Amazing Grace

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sugg22Labot2001

Reply 11 years ago

i love both of those songs. how about flogging molly's "devil's dance floor"

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its a lionsugg22

Reply 11 years ago

I have never heard Flogging Molly, but someone at work told me to listen to them. I had forgotten until now... It's different. I'm going to have to listen to them some more, but so far, it's not too bad.

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Yerboogieman

10 years ago

i have a couple but off the top of my head? Bone Thugs N Harmony - Take me Home

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firemanfu

10 years ago

sunday bloody sunday by U2 it just strikes a note with me , i'm irish and it just is a good song

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Brother_D

10 years ago

If you don't love Free Bird you're a communist.

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skunkbait

11 years ago

Thin Lizzy- "WHiskey in the Jar"

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NachoMahmaskunkbait

Reply 11 years ago

. I used to listen to quite a bit of Thin Lizzy, but couldn't recall that song. Found an 8-track of their 1973 album "Vagabonds Of The Western World" and thought "OMG! That's terrible!"
. Dug around some more and found a live version on 1994's "The Peel Sessions - BBC Broadcasts 1972-1977" and now I know what you're talking about. Not exactly one of my favorite songs (or even fave TL song), but worth going to the effort for.
. I got to hear "Johnny The Fox & Jimmy The Weed" again - not a great song, but I enjoyed hearing it again. Brings back a lot of memories.
. Oh, yeah. I also found a video of "Whiskey..." I didn't know I had. Looks like a lip-synch of a studio version from the mid-70s to me. Not sure where it came from (I don't have any TL on VHS or DVD that I know of), but I have a folder with seven TL videos in it.

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skunkbaitNachoMahma

Reply 11 years ago

Metallica did a remake which is pretty good too.

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BkrevWlevqe

11 years ago

Listen to Be quiet and drive by Deftones, i guarantee it's cool.

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AnarchistKid

11 years ago

guilded c-nt-cradle of filth to much confusion-skrewdriver progenies of the great apocolypse-dimmu borgir into the storm-blind gaurdian 5 nails in the neck-cannibal corpse

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astrozombies138AnarchistKid

Reply 11 years ago

skrewdriver... wow, you better watch yourself, a lil bit ago there was a blitz show , and all of the nazis and the sharps started fighting, if you gonna listen to oi listen to the better stuff like the 4 skins, sham 69, flatfoot 56

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astrozombies138sugg22

Reply 11 years ago

indeed, have you heard of "no thanks" its a 70s punk comp

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sugg22astrozombies138

Reply 11 years ago

yeah, i own it. its great! do you own it as well? if so, whats your favorite song? mine is "If the kids are united," by Sham 69.

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astrozombies138sugg22

Reply 11 years ago

oh man thats a toughie banned in dc - bad brains skinhead moonstomp - symparip minor threat- minor threat ghostown - the specials i can;t choose haha

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sugg22astrozombies138

Reply 11 years ago

minor threat is really good. i know that you also like Operation Ivy (vest instructable haha) and my favorite song by them is Knowledge. or Bombshell. or Hoboken (just cause i'm from NJ). but i love all of that early punk stuff. btw, i meant favorite song from the box set. My favorite song ever is still Lost in the Flood, by Bruce Springsteen

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astrozombies138sugg22

Reply 11 years ago

ah favorite song on the comp is probably wasted by black flag.... I'm pretty angry haha because X and the Slits and the new york dolls are playing chicago (3 dif shows) but the venues they are playing at have tight security and will boot my ass if i could get in at all... :'(

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heavy.metal.nguyen

11 years ago

Make it Rain- Tom Waits I- Black Sabbath Breaking the Chains- Dokken Don't Fear the Reaper- Blue Oyster Cult Louie Louie

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tech-king

11 years ago

hey mr dj, by global djs. its oscar and my theme song

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Brennn10

11 years ago

Walk the Line- Johnny Cash Ring of Fire- Johnny Cash Bang on Drum all day- Todd Rundgren Tubthumping Rock me Gently Rock and roll all night

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ll.13

11 years ago

The Decemberists What's the World come to (SiN emergence) Soulja Boy - Crank that (travis barker remix) &c... :)

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KentsOkay

11 years ago

Wuthering Hights ~ Hayley Westenra Summer Fly ~ Hayley Westenra Bridge Over Troubled Water ~ Simon & Garfunkel White & Nerdy ~ "Weird" Al Yankovic

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Goodhart

11 years ago

Aw come on guys, you all are making these names up.....aren't you ? I remember such names as: The Zodiacs The Chordettes The Crickets The Gaylords The Wailers The DeCastro Sisters The Hilltoppers The Falcons The Flamingos Vikingarna Vipers Skiffle Group The Everly Brothers The Crewnecks The Teen Queens The Teddy Bears the Belltones The Playmates Four Tops The Four Freshmen and Mills Brothers and there were some odd names in the 50's-70's but I haven't heard anything as odd as some of the names here :-)

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teaaddict314

11 years ago

sky is over feed us charades honking antelope all by serj tankian all have good lyrics....

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AnarchistKid

11 years ago

oh. and anything by Rush

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ry25920

11 years ago

But nothin beats The Devil went Down to Georgia.

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ry25920

11 years ago

What I've Done- Linkin Park Numb- Linkin Park Blow me Away- Breaking Benjamin Back in Black- AC-DC Highway to Hell- AC-DC I love anything rock.

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Goodhartry25920

Reply 11 years ago

you mean, like Gibraltar ? :-)

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Tool Using Animal

11 years ago

"what I got" and "Doing time" Sublime "Queer" Garbage and "The Joker" Steve Miller