Who are your top 10 artists? (1 Viewer)

Nov 7, 2012
6,607
#22
1.- John Frusciante

I don't know about the rest :D

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We have top 10 albums and songs, so why not.

Doesn't have to be in order.


1. Led Zeppelin
2. Metallica
3. Soundgarden
4. Tool
5. Alice In Chains
6. Megadeth
7. The Offspring
8. MF DOOM
9. Red Hot Chili Peppers
10. Daft Punk
:touched: :heart:
 

Kate

Moderator
Feb 7, 2011
18,595
#23
The Smiths
The Jam
The Kinks
Depeche Mode
Genesis/Peter Gabriel
Paul Simon
Fleetwood Mac
Jacques Brel
Blur
The Cure

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1.Pearl Jam
2. Bruce Springsteen
3. Jay Z
4. The Eagles
5. The Orthodox Celts
6. Creedence Clearwater Revival
7. Hemp GRU
8. Genesis
9. M83
10. Bruno Mars
Damn, Creedence, how could I leave them out.
 

radekas

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Aug 26, 2009
14,693
#24
1. Queen
2. Judas Priest




3. King Diamond



4. Rammstein
5. Europe
6. Iron Maiden
7. Scorpions
8. Metallica
9. ...

Basicly from 1-5 (7 max) it's quite certain. From 5 to whatever I can put lots of bands.

Queen and Judas Priest are the absolute top though followed by King Diamond.
 

radekas

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Aug 26, 2009
14,693
#28
Well his vocal form was great (although since I was in the 1st row for the whole gig I didn't have the best sound). The concert was shortened a bit because the place was too hot for him so I guess his health is not 100% and he needs to be careful about many things.

All in all he is as great as ever, considering his open heart surgery not so long ago.
 

radekas

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Aug 26, 2009
14,693
#31
It's so funny. Nobody knows King Diamond in Denmark, and the guy is Danish...
You know him. That's a start :p.

They are working on new album too, so I guess we will have more of the King soon.

The concert was awesome and I suggest any fan of heavy metal to go see him live. Great experience.



That's me above the left corner of the flag (longer hair, rised \nn/ hand :p)
 

KB824

Senior Member
Sep 16, 2003
30,590
#33
I met King Diamond a long long time ago at an autograph session at the record store I was working for at the time.

Short, short dude, I'll tell you that much.

It was either during the Abigail tour or the Them tour. Can't quite remember.
 
Apr 15, 2006
56,284
#36
King Diamond. :lol: That's awesome.
:stuckup:

Mmm. I would say that "Trilogy" and "Tarkus" are their best albums.

But a lot of people think "Brain Salad Surgery" is their masterpiece. Hard to say really, but it's definitely between those 3 :tup:
Sounds good. I've heard a cover of Tarkus by Jordan Rudess, and I really liked it. Sounds similar to King Crimson. Will surely check it out. Thanks. :)
 

Lapa

FLY, EAGLES FLY
Sep 29, 2008
17,677
#37
Oasis
N.E.R.D.
Coldplay
RHCP
The Beatles
Bob Dylan
Nirvana
Snow Patrol
Carlos Santana
Eric Clapton

To name first 10 that came to my mind...if I would give some more time for dat list it could look very different. :)
 

Bazzinho

New Member
Jul 31, 2013
5
#38
Frusciante
Jimi Hendrix
RHCP
Radiohead
Manu Chao
Tracy Chapman
B.B.King, Muddy Waters, Lee Hooker, Miles Davis, etc...
Clapton, Susan Tedeschi, Rudy Rotta...

Don't know about the number or the order (frusciante is definitely the N°1 thou, and the blues kings should definitely not be in the bottom of the list!) but it's all about the the mood
 

Jem83

maitre'd at Canal Bar
Nov 7, 2005
22,676
#39
Depeche Mode
Nine Inch Nails
Gary Numan
Rammstein
Marilyn Manson
Genesis
Duran Duran
Satyricon
Dimmu Borgir
Wumpscut

A bit inconsistent in my taste, perhaps, but these are indeed the ones :)
 

The Curr

Ain't born to lose, baby
Feb 3, 2007
33,705
#40
Didn't spend too long thinking about this, because it would be impossible to choose. I'll go for something like this:

Kyuss
Queens of The Stone Age
Led Zeppelin
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Arctic Monkeys
Mark Lanegan
The Doors
Patsy Cline
Jimi Hendrix
Creature With The Atom Brain
 

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