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« Reply #80 on: June 16, 2007, 09:50:41 PM »
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Right I'm listening to just about any and everything by

1) Radiohead
2)The Lovely Feathers
3) Damien Rice
4)Cold play
5)Bjork
6)And old school hip hop


Radiohead has to be one of my top 5 fave bands!   :uh:  :H



For sure they're definately in my top 5 too. What are the other bands in your top 5?


The Pixies
Beastie Boys
Chumbawamba
I think I could put Enya up there pretty high!  
I am forgetting some but that is a start!  What about you?

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« Reply #81 on: June 17, 2007, 01:32:31 PM »
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Right I'm listening to just about any and everything by

1) Radiohead
2)The Lovely Feathers
3) Damien Rice
4)Cold play
5)Bjork
6)And old school hip hop


Radiohead has to be one of my top 5 fave bands!   :uh:  :H



For sure they're definately in my top 5 too. What are the other bands in your top 5?


The Pixies
Beastie Boys
Chumbawamba
I think I could put Enya up there pretty high!  
I am forgetting some but that is a start!  What about you?



Chumbawamba? Sounds familiar but I can't place them, do they have a hit song?

Mine are:

Oasis
Smashing Pumpkins
Nirvana
Weezer
Green Day
Coldplay
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« Reply #82 on: June 17, 2007, 01:35:53 PM »
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Right I'm listening to just about any and everything by

1) Radiohead
2)The Lovely Feathers
3) Damien Rice
4)Cold play
5)Bjork
6)And old school hip hop


Radiohead has to be one of my top 5 fave bands!   :uh:  :H



For sure they're definately in my top 5 too. What are the other bands in your top 5?


The Pixies
Beastie Boys
Chumbawamba
I think I could put Enya up there pretty high!  
I am forgetting some but that is a start!  What about you?



Chumbawamba? Sounds familiar but I can't place them, do they have a hit song?

Mine are:

Oasis
Smashing Pumpkins
Nirvana
Weezer
Green Day
Coldplay


Good ones!   What are we talking on the old school hip-hop?

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« Reply #83 on: June 17, 2007, 01:57:04 PM »
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Right I'm listening to just about any and everything by

1) Radiohead
2)The Lovely Feathers
3) Damien Rice
4)Cold play
5)Bjork
6)And old school hip hop


Radiohead has to be one of my top 5 fave bands!   :uh:  :H



For sure they're definately in my top 5 too. What are the other bands in your top 5?


The Pixies
Beastie Boys
Chumbawamba
I think I could put Enya up there pretty high!  
I am forgetting some but that is a start!  What about you?



Chumbawamba? Sounds familiar but I can't place them, do they have a hit song?

Mine are:

Oasis
Smashing Pumpkins
Nirvana
Weezer
Green Day
Coldplay


Good ones!   What are we talking on the old school hip-hop?



The human beatbox: Dougie Fresh and the Get Fresh Crew

Kool Moe Dee

B-Boys

Fat Boys

Biz Markie

Will Smith and Dj Jazzy Jeff

Monie Love

MC Lyte

And the best Hip hop story teller of all time Slick Rick the Ruler!!!
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« Reply #84 on: June 17, 2007, 02:02:32 PM »
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For sure they're definately in my top 5 too. What are the other bands in your top 5?


The Pixies
Beastie Boys
Chumbawamba
I think I could put Enya up there pretty high!  
I am forgetting some but that is a start!  What about you?



Chumbawamba? Sounds familiar but I can't place them, do they have a hit song?

Mine are:

Oasis
Smashing Pumpkins
Nirvana
Weezer
Green Day
Coldplay


Good ones!   What are we talking on the old school hip-hop?

For me old school hip hop would be Grand Master Flash & the Furious Five, but that's probably not what Pacer is talking about. Chumbawamba had a pretty big hit with Tubthumping back in '98 but has done little since. Interestingly they are in league with the nefarious Negativland and on the same label Seeland that Negativland records on. They along with the KLF would be concidered musical pirates, cutting and pasting about anything to make a song.
I've been listening to Negativland's radio show called Over the Edge for years. A fascination 3 (and sometimes 5) hours. You might call it an audio montage.

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An ambition fulfilled
And is the sawdust jealous?
I worry about these things .

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« Reply #85 on: June 17, 2007, 02:15:09 PM »
Quote from: "Pacer92110"
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Right I'm listening to just about any and everything by

1) Radiohead
2)The Lovely Feathers
3) Damien Rice
4)Cold play
5)Bjork
6)And old school hip hop


Radiohead has to be one of my top 5 fave bands!   :uh:  :H



For sure they're definately in my top 5 too. What are the other bands in your top 5?


The Pixies
Beastie Boys
Chumbawamba
I think I could put Enya up there pretty high!  
I am forgetting some but that is a start!  What about you?



Chumbawamba? Sounds familiar but I can't place them, do they have a hit song?

Mine are:

Oasis
Smashing Pumpkins
Nirvana
Weezer
Green Day
Coldplay


Good ones!   What are we talking on the old school hip-hop?



The human beatbox: Dougie Fresh and the Get Fresh Crew

Kool Moe Dee

B-Boys

Fat Boys

Biz Markie

Will Smith and Dj Jazzy Jeff

Monie Love

MC Lyte

And the best Hip hop story teller of all time Slick Rick the Ruler!!!


Nice ones!   I would add Public Enemy and of course Run DMC!   ;)

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« Reply #86 on: June 17, 2007, 04:41:37 PM »
Public enemy had some of the best lyrics and beats out back then. The last couple years I've been getting I guess introduced more to Run DMC because I don't remember that much from them other than the song My Adidas. I think they were mostly early eighties and I was too young probably.
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« Reply #87 on: June 17, 2007, 04:46:47 PM »
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For sure they're definately in my top 5 too. What are the other bands in your top 5?


The Pixies
Beastie Boys
Chumbawamba
I think I could put Enya up there pretty high!  
I am forgetting some but that is a start!  What about you?



Chumbawamba? Sounds familiar but I can't place them, do they have a hit song?

Mine are:

Oasis
Smashing Pumpkins
Nirvana
Weezer
Green Day
Coldplay


Good ones!   What are we talking on the old school hip-hop?

For me old school hip hop would be Grand Master Flash & the Furious Five, but that's probably not what Pacer is talking about. Chumbawamba had a pretty big hit with Tubthumping back in '98 but has done little since. Interestingly they are in league with the nefarious Negativland and on the same label Seeland that Negativland records on. They along with the KLF would be concidered musical pirates, cutting and pasting about anything to make a song.
I've been listening to Negativland's radio show called Over the Edge for years. A fascination 3 (and sometimes 5) hours. You might call it an audio montage.



Now that's some serious old old school lol. I didn't really start hearing their music until the early 90's and I think they were out in the late 70's early 80's right? Chumbawamba- I get knocked down them I get up again..... Pissing the night away. That's the song? I vaguely remember it.
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« Reply #88 on: June 17, 2007, 04:47:42 PM »
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Public enemy had some of the best lyrics and beats out back then. The last couple years I've been getting I guess introduced more to Run DMC because I don't remember that much from them other than the song My Adidas. I think they were mostly early eighties and I was too young probably.


How about Run DMC and Aerosmith together?    'Walk This Way'!   :uh:

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« Reply #89 on: June 17, 2007, 04:58:21 PM »
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For me old school hip hop would be Grand Master Flash & the Furious Five, but that's probably not what Pacer is talking about. Chumbawamba had a pretty big hit with Tubthumping back in '98 but has done little since. Interestingly they are in league with the nefarious Negativland and on the same label Seeland that Negativland records on. They along with the KLF would be concidered musical pirates, cutting and pasting about anything to make a song.
I've been listening to Negativland's radio show called Over the Edge for years. A fascination 3 (and sometimes 5) hours. You might call it an audio montage.



Now that's some serious old old school lol. I didn't really start hearing their music until the early 90's and I think they were out in the late 70's early 80's right? Chumbawamba- I get knocked down them I get up again..... Pissing the night away. That's the song? I vaguely remember it.


That's the song.
Pissing the night away; that must be due to the whiskey drink, the vodka drink, the lager drink and the cider drink. :insane:
I remember back in '82, playing pool in my barracks in Okinawa playing Grandmaster Flash's 'The Message' album and getting wierd looks from my darker green friends (to explain; in the Marines there were no whites, no blacks, no browns, only green).

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« Reply #90 on: June 21, 2007, 03:25:23 PM »
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For me old school hip hop would be Grand Master Flash & the Furious Five, but that's probably not what Pacer is talking about. Chumbawamba had a pretty big hit with Tubthumping back in '98 but has done little since. Interestingly they are in league with the nefarious Negativland and on the same label Seeland that Negativland records on. They along with the KLF would be concidered musical pirates, cutting and pasting about anything to make a song.
I've been listening to Negativland's radio show called Over the Edge for years. A fascination 3 (and sometimes 5) hours. You might call it an audio montage.



Now that's some serious old old school lol. I didn't really start hearing their music until the early 90's and I think they were out in the late 70's early 80's right? Chumbawamba- I get knocked down them I get up again..... Pissing the night away. That's the song? I vaguely remember it.


That's the song.
Pissing the night away; that must be due to the whiskey drink, the vodka drink, the lager drink and the cider drink. :insane:
I remember back in '82, playing pool in my barracks in Okinawa playing Grandmaster Flash's 'The Message' album and getting wierd looks from my darker green friends (to explain; in the Marines there were no whites, no blacks, no browns, only green).



If only the outside world were like that. But that's the miracle of music it brings people together regardless of background.
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« Reply #91 on: June 21, 2007, 03:27:17 PM »
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Public enemy had some of the best lyrics and beats out back then. The last couple years I've been getting I guess introduced more to Run DMC because I don't remember that much from them other than the song My Adidas. I think they were mostly early eighties and I was too young probably.


How about Run DMC and Aerosmith together?    'Walk This Way'!   :uh:



Oh Yeah!!! That song was killer, I think that was one of the first rap/rock musical fussions right? Or was that Blondie?
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« Reply #92 on: June 21, 2007, 03:42:43 PM »
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Right I'm listening to just about any and everything by

1) Radiohead
2)The Lovely Feathers
3) Damien Rice
4)Cold play
5)Bjork
6)And old school hip hop


Radiohead has to be one of my top 5 fave bands!   :uh:  :H



For sure they're definately in my top 5 too. What are the other bands in your top 5?


The Pixies
Beastie Boys
Chumbawamba
I think I could put Enya up there pretty high!  that deserves a SARCASM emoticon  
I am forgetting some but that is a start!  What about you?



Chumbawamba? Sounds familiar but I can't place them, do they have a hit song?

Mine are:

Oasis
Smashing Pumpkins -- outstanding!
Nirvana -- I've always been partial to the Foo Fighters
Weezer
Green Day
Coldplay


Chumbawamba - UK band that's been around forever and made the "one hit wonder" list with the "pissing the night away" anthem in the late 1990s

I get knocked down
But I get up again
You're never gonna keep me down!

He drinks a whisky drink
He drinks a vodka drink
He drinks a lager drink
He drinks a cider drink...
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« Reply #93 on: June 21, 2007, 03:42:47 PM »
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Public enemy had some of the best lyrics and beats out back then. The last couple years I've been getting I guess introduced more to Run DMC because I don't remember that much from them other than the song My Adidas. I think they were mostly early eighties and I was too young probably.


How about Run DMC and Aerosmith together?    'Walk This Way'!   :uh:



Oh Yeah!!! That song was killer, I think that was one of the first rap/rock musical fussions right? Or was that Blondie?


Rapture was more of a fusion of new wave/pop and rap, but during that time rap was in itself a fusion of styles. Take a backing track of whatever, and rap over it. 'Walk This Way' was only Run DMC's biggest and most successfull rap/rock song. They pretty much made a career over taking metal and rock riffs and creating raps over them. The first one I head was King Of Rock from a couple years before that.
Ice-T (yes the same Ice T from Law & Order SVU) mined the same field in a different way, with more of a rap/rock/punk esthetic. He was also in an extremely controversial rock/rap group called Body Count.

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« Reply #94 on: June 21, 2007, 03:46:07 PM »
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Public enemy had some of the best lyrics and beats out back then. The last couple years I've been getting I guess introduced more to Run DMC because I don't remember that much from them other than the song My Adidas. I think they were mostly early eighties and I was too young probably.


How about Run DMC and Aerosmith together?    'Walk This Way'!   :uh:



Oh Yeah!!! That song was killer, I think that was one of the first rap/rock musical fussions right? Or was that Blondie?


I would say it was............at least the first real notable one!   :uh:

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« Reply #95 on: June 21, 2007, 03:48:49 PM »
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Public enemy had some of the best lyrics and beats out back then. The last couple years I've been getting I guess introduced more to Run DMC because I don't remember that much from them other than the song My Adidas. I think they were mostly early eighties and I was too young probably.


How about Run DMC and Aerosmith together?    'Walk This Way'!   :uh:



Oh Yeah!!! That song was killer, I think that was one of the first rap/rock musical fussions right? Or was that Blondie?


Rapture was more of a fusion of new wave/pop and rap, but during that time rap was in itself a fusion of styles. Take a backing track of whatever, and rap over it. 'Walk This Way' was only Run DMC's biggest and most successfull rap/rock song. They pretty much made a career over taking metal and rock riffs and creating raps over them. The first one I head was King Of Rock from a couple years before that.
Ice-T (yes the same Ice T from Law & Order SVU) mined the same field in a different way, with more of a rap/rock/punk esthetic. He was also in an extremely controversial rock/rap group called Body Count.


I actually shook his hand at a Lollapolooza concert and I bought a Body Count CD because I was in to that stuff.

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« Reply #96 on: June 21, 2007, 03:50:59 PM »
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Right I'm listening to just about any and everything by

1) Radiohead
2)The Lovely Feathers
3) Damien Rice
4)Cold play
5)Bjork
6)And old school hip hop


Radiohead has to be one of my top 5 fave bands!   :uh:  :H



For sure they're definately in my top 5 too. What are the other bands in your top 5?


The Pixies
Beastie Boys
Chumbawamba
I think I could put Enya up there pretty high!  that deserves a SARCASM emoticon  
I am forgetting some but that is a start!  What about you?



Chumbawamba? Sounds familiar but I can't place them, do they have a hit song?

Mine are:

Oasis
Smashing Pumpkins -- outstanding!
Nirvana -- I've always been partial to the Foo Fighters
Weezer
Green Day
Coldplay


Chumbawamba - UK band that's been around forever and made the "one hit wonder" list with the "pissing the night away" anthem in the late 1990s

I get knocked down
But I get up again
You're never gonna keep me down!

He drinks a whisky drink
He drinks a vodka drink
He drinks a lager drink
He drinks a cider drink...


One hit wonder, maybe on the radio, but the whole Tubthumping CD is cash money!  

You know who else should be mentioned at this time....................The Pogues..........great to drink to!   :uh:

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« Reply #97 on: June 21, 2007, 04:07:04 PM »
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Public enemy had some of the best lyrics and beats out back then. The last couple years I've been getting I guess introduced more to Run DMC because I don't remember that much from them other than the song My Adidas. I think they were mostly early eighties and I was too young probably.


How about Run DMC and Aerosmith together?    'Walk This Way'!   :uh:



Oh Yeah!!! That song was killer, I think that was one of the first rap/rock musical fussions right? Or was that Blondie?


Rapture was more of a fusion of new wave/pop and rap, but during that time rap was in itself a fusion of styles. Take a backing track of whatever, and rap over it. 'Walk This Way' was only Run DMC's biggest and most successfull rap/rock song. They pretty much made a career over taking metal and rock riffs and creating raps over them. The first one I head was King Of Rock from a couple years before that.
Ice-T (yes the same Ice T from Law & Order SVU) mined the same field in a different way, with more of a rap/rock/punk esthetic. He was also in an extremely controversial rock/rap group called Body Count.


I actually shook his hand at a Lollapolooza concert and I bought a Body Count CD because I was in to that stuff.


I was into the rap side. I had 6 in the Mornin' and Power, plus the original NWA (8 Ball etc...), but after that Gansta Rap took over and I lost interest (even though Ice T & NWA wrote the blueprint). What I liked about rap was the inventiveness and willingness to experiment. When NWA and Dr Dre took over and everyone else fell in line, I dropped out. A few forays with PM Dawn and Disposable Heroes of Hipopracy (speaking of Public Enemy), but in general I never went back to rap. I never really took to the heavier side of rap, or rock.

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« Reply #98 on: June 21, 2007, 04:14:43 PM »
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Public enemy had some of the best lyrics and beats out back then. The last couple years I've been getting I guess introduced more to Run DMC because I don't remember that much from them other than the song My Adidas. I think they were mostly early eighties and I was too young probably.


How about Run DMC and Aerosmith together?    'Walk This Way'!   :uh:



Oh Yeah!!! That song was killer, I think that was one of the first rap/rock musical fussions right? Or was that Blondie?


I would say it was............at least the first real notable one!   :uh:


I'd have to say King of Rock was. Walk this Way was the first real crossover into serious airplay, but King of Rock predated it by a couple years.

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« Reply #99 on: June 21, 2007, 05:12:28 PM »
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