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    No specific songs, just bands like Muse, The Streets, Sublime, Flogging Molly, and the Beastie Boys.

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    ahhh i like this thread....

    curenntly im listening to------tsunami bomb------
    but my all time favorite band is------cocksparrer------

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    It would actually be tougher to list more than one of my favorite songs... so many....

    But my all time single favorite... Easy.... No contest:

    U2 - Where the Streets Have No Name
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    Wow - so hard to name only one, nearly impossible.

    Every Breath You Take - The Police
    The Bealtes [every song = amazing]
    U2
    In the Meantime - Spacehog

    would be among the top.
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    I agree the beatles are awesome! U2 also very good band.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TOYOTA
    Wow - so hard to name only one, nearly impossible.

    Every Breath You Take - The Police
    The Bealtes [every song = amazing]
    U2
    In the Meantime - Spacehog

    would be among the top.

    Ah.... I forgot about the Police.... 'Message in a Bottle'

    Awesome song... Actually I liked John Mayers accoustic version of it as much if not more.
    "If you had a friend who was a tightrope walker, and you were walking down a sidewalk, and he fell, that would be completely unacceptable." -Mitch Hedberg

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassplayrr
    No specific songs, just bands like Muse, The Streets, Sublime, Flogging Molly, and the Beastie Boys.

    -Chris
    Dude, Flogging Molly rules. Good list (meh on the Beaty Boys, but I agree with the rest.) Ever listen to Firewater?

    I can't come up with a favorite song though, it really depends. What mood am I in, who am I with, what am I doing.

    Here are some that stick out though, the funny thing is I would not say any are my "Favorite":
    "Seems I'm Never Tired of Lovin' You" Nina Simone, who was incredibly charismatic live. It truly defies explanation.
    "Screaming Infidelities" Dashboard Confessional (Not really sure why but I do like this song)
    "Is She Weird" The Pixies
    "Burboun and Division" Firewater
    "Heavy Scene" Meg Lee Chin
    "Baby - Terror Baby" Psychopomps
    "Obituary" The Vanishing
    "Alice" Tom Waits
    "Untouchable Face" Ani DiFranco
    "If I Ever Leave This World Alive" Flogging Molly

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    Rap:OutKast(one of the best), Missy Elliot, Eminem, Ludacris, Black Eyed Peas, Busta Rhymes...
    Rock/Alternative: Green Day, U2...
    Favorite song right now would have to be....that new Missy Elliot song..."Lose Control" or whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ey3 D
    new Missy Elliot song..."Lose Control" or whatever.
    Truth, good song indeed, it's just not on the same scale as the Beatles, U2, etc. Music today can't even compare to bands like the Beatles. There will never be bands like them anymore. Bands come and go today like people crossing the border in Texas, it's ridiculous. It's just on a different level.
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    "all we are saying is give peace a chance" and ''instant karma'' and "imagine''

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    Yeah, new music today will never beat classics, but when they sample it, it is great, to mix the new and old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOYOTA
    Bands come and go today like people crossing the border in Texas, it's ridiculous. It's just on a different level.
    I don't think I could have said it any better.
    "If you had a friend who was a tightrope walker, and you were walking down a sidewalk, and he fell, that would be completely unacceptable." -Mitch Hedberg

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    I think you people are looking in the wrong places for new music. Obviously theres not going to be huge rock bands like there was in the 70's, why? Because this isn't the 70's.

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