Red Hot Chili Peppers (1 Viewer)

KB824

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Sep 16, 2003
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Best chili song for me is their cover of the meters @King of Kings
(Hollywood) Africa :D


I think that was back when George CLinton was producing them

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There was more good music in the 90s. I don't see the problem.
Sabbath
Zeppelin
Purple
Aerosmith
The Eagles
Queen
Talkng Heads
Rush
Steely Dan
Van Halen
AC/DC
Judas Priest
Iron Maiden




And I haven't even scratched the surface. Are you joking?
 

KB824

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Sep 16, 2003
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He has to be trolling.

No one with a username of ZoSo could be saying this with a straight face.

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In what world? Not on earth ffs:lol:
Even the so-called 'soft" bands of the 70's such as Styx, Kansas, and Journey have songs that are timeless during that period :lol:
 
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He has to be trolling.

No one with a username of ZoSo could be saying this with a straight face.

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Even the so-called 'soft" bands of the 70's such as Styx, Kansas, and Journey have songs that are timeless during that period :lol:
It had the best of the best in popular music history.

You had Funk, Soul, R&B, Fusion, Latin Jazz, Progressive Rock, The best hard rock, the birth of heavy Metal and Punk, the best ballads, the best sounding records and most innovating studio techniques. The best producers and most outside the box thinking artists of all time. Even pop shit like ABBA was good shit, great musicianship and masters at writing catchy tunes. Not the Euro trance electro shit that was huge in the 90's. Etc etc and etc... I could write a book about how it's not even close.

Look, as you know I was a teenager/young adult in the 90's and that decade's music still mean a lot to me, I absolutely loved it, the rock part of it that is. But comparing it to the 70's is wrong beyond words. Coming from ZoSo he could very well NOT be trolling.
 

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