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Old 07-19-2007
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Fantômas, John Frusciante, Coheed & Cambria, The Melvins, Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, Ayumi Hamasaki, Pink Floyd, Tomahawk, The Prodigy. That's the stuff I regurlaly listen to at least.

At the moment, I'm also really digging Local H, Biffy Clyro and Parts & Labor.

Got to say, I'm surprised at the diversity alot of you cats have, I was expecting it to be all Teenagers Nu-Metal stuff, which I'm really not into at all, and personally just can't understand why anyone would listen to exclusively. No offence to you guys that do. But I am quite surprised.
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Old 07-19-2007
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Smashing Pumpkins, Lamb of God, Job for a Cowboy, HIM, The Cure, Scott Matthew, Killswitch Engage, Atreyu, Slayer, Pantera, White Stripes, Red Hot Chili Peppers. I listen to a wide variety of bands/artists, everything except mainstream poppy rock crap, country, or most classical.
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Old 07-19-2007
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probably either Slipknot or System of a Down
Slipknot because it's music without the bulls**t (not sure how much we can swear on here yet)
and System of a Down because between their random zaney tracks that people either love or hate there are some VERY intelegent and creative political tracks
"Boom" off "Steal this album" has some of the most intelegent lyrics I've ever listened too personally
and they can still write really good guitar in tracks like Aerials and Lonely Day
but then I have many other band sI love too like Pink Floyd, Muse, Deftones, Tool, Puscifer, Queens of the Stone Age, Within Temptation, Megadeth, Metallica, Rolling Stones, Mozart...............it helps having an opera singer for a mum and a hippy for a dad :P
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Old 07-19-2007
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i'm enjoying slipknot, tenacious D, Disturbed and Blue Oyster Cult
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Old 07-19-2007
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Diru, Ancafe, Kagrra, Miyavi, Maaya Sakamoto, Hikki, Loveholic, Nana Kitade, Tori Amos, Muse... and more that I can't think of...
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Old 07-20-2007
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linkin park, hoobastank, 30 seconds to mars, and SR-71. to anyone who likes rock, check these guys out (especially SR-71 because they arent very well known)
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Old 07-22-2007
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meh all of them are a bit angsty rock
for just some decent plain rock you want bands like Foo Fighters
and Linkin Park is rock and rap
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Old 07-23-2007
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The Pipettes have to be my fav group at the moment, they are so catchy. though i really like placebo and muse as well... and the who.. and scissor sisters... ahhh there are to many to pick a favourite from lol
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Old 07-23-2007
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You've all got to listen to, Phish, Primus, Immortal Technique, Matisyahu, and the Greatful Dead.
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Old 07-23-2007
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Linkin Park
Evanescence
Three Days Grace
Trapt
Bullet For My Valentine
Silverstein
Hawthorne Heights
Simple Plan
Good Charlotte
Hoobastank
New Found Glory
Finch
Story Of The Year
Trust Company
Cosmonaut
Amity Lane
Old Adema
Crush 40
Senses Fail

I recently went to a concert last night and saw an early 90's band called Cowboy Mouth, they were very good live. There's many many artists/bands I listen to that I haven't listed but they aren't on my favorites list.
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Old 07-23-2007
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I have wayyyyyy to many favorites to list. But my top 5 this right now are:
1) Nine Inch Nails
2) Miyavi
3) Gackt
4) Utada Hikaru
5) Cheap Trick
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Old 07-24-2007
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I could go on all day but to cut it down I'll just do a top 10

1. Iron Maiden
2. Dragonforce
3. Slipknot
4. Red Hot Chili Peppers
5. Megadeth
6. Motley Crue
7. System of a Down
8. Metallica
9. Protest the Hero
10. Slayer
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Old 07-25-2007
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holy crap you stole half those bands from my list that I didn't ever post, you big stinky cheater!

... my faves are DragonForce, Iron Maiden, and Guns N' Roses.
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Old 03-30-2009
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American:
1) garbage (They got me out of country)
2) Mindless Self Indulgence
3) Dearest Azazel (opened for MSI)
4) Poe
5) Old Linkin Park, not the new whiney crap
6) Rhapsody (not sure if they are american or not @_@)

Finnish/German/Swedish/Japanese
1) Nightwish (with Tarja and with new singer Anita)
2) Sonata Arctica
3) Lullacry
4) Lunatica
5) E Nomine
6) Megumi Hayashibara
7) Nanne Gronvall (Hall Om Mig, I'd like to find more of her songs)
8) Tatu
9) Apocalyptica
10) Axenstar
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Right now, it's Cece Peniston.

Others include Portishead, Massive Attack, Swing Out Sister, Lisa Stansfield, Sade, Phylis Hyman, Evelyn "Champagne" King, Jocelyn Brown, and more.
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Old 04-03-2009
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i like the offbeat. non-generic stuff like ^ stuff and others,
ERIC STUART *lawls*
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The Beatles
They Might Be Giants
Daft Punk
Queen
David Bowie
Coldplay
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Old 04-04-2009
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Bloodbath
Opeth
Arch of Hell
Bring Me The Horizon
The Agonist
Behemoth
Cradle Of Filth
Draconian
Slipknot
Nightwish
Tarja Turunen
Rise Against
Sirenia
Trail of Tears
Bullet For My Valentine
Within Temptation
Therion
System Of A Down
Drowning Pool
Amon Amarth
Heaven Shall Burn
Dimmu Borgir
Scars on Broadway
Suicide Silence
Trivium
Moonspell
In Flames
Arch Enemy
Satyricon
Norther
Linkin Park
Parkway Drive
As I Lay Dying
Bleeding Through
Escape The Fate
It Dies Today
Marilyn Manson
Disturbed
Guano Apes
Sandra Nasic
Tenacious D
Green Day
My Chemical Romance

Not in any real order, although the top 5 are my favorite bands at the moment, with Bloodbath being my favorite.
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my favorite band has got to be the strokes, with the mars volta coming in at a close second. tool and a perfect circle are also really good. (:

i don't really listen to music that isn't in english, but i'll admit to enjoying rammstein.
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Old 04-04-2009
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O_O ......Cherrybby you are awesome

Favourite: TOOL
Others: a perfect circle
Rammstein
System of a down
Marilyn Manson
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Old 04-05-2009
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O_O ......Cherrybby you are awesome

Favourite: TOOL
Others: a perfect circle
Rammstein
System of a down
Marilyn Manson
AWESOME list, i love the 90's stuff from marilyn and TOOL, not so into their new stuff. system of down's best album i think was Toxicity and i only know a couple of rammstien songs

Awesome list though :p

smashing pumpkins too :p
oh and sublime and sound garden

90's music FTW
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AWESOME list, i love the 90's stuff from marilyn and TOOL, not so into their new stuff. system of down's best album i think was Toxicity and i only know a couple of rammstien songs

Awesome list though :p

smashing pumpkins too :p
oh and sublime and sound garden

90's music FTW
My favourite album is lateralus by tool in 2001

Smashing pumpkins are also cool
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Old 04-05-2009
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pfft what about the true legends of music?

Bob dylan
The doors
johnny cash?
the stones?
EPIC bands and musicians who started it all

Ray charles and Muddy waters and all the old school motown before it was even motown, they were awesome

but nowdays music is good too, some of it :p

80's music is very good
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Jesus. Michael Jackson is only mentioned ONCE in this whole thread? What's wrong with you people?! At least a handful of you have the sense to give Queen their dues but COME ON!

Thriller by Michael MOTHERFUCKING Jackson

I'd list more but I'm so pissed that MJ is being ignored. OK, maybe not being in the public eye might be a good thing but that doesn't lessen the brilliance of his work as a musician and entertainer.
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Old 04-05-2009
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I used to be the biggest Michael Jackson fan as a kid. I still like some of his songs, but I feel like I've mostly grown out of him.
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oh yes michael jackson definitely
i loved man in the mirror
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Michael Jackson is a given though, we need not mention him
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Old 04-06-2009
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yes he is, oh and GNR how could i have forgotten to mention?

Guns n roses BEST BAND EVER!!

Axl is still awesome live :p
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Old 04-08-2009
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My #1 is and always will be November Rain from Guns N' Roses.

@maisetofan> I love Michael Jackson's Man in the Mirror. ^^ But my favorite from him is Give into me.
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