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ChiefFripp
04-24-2006, 10:49 PM
Here's the gist. We'll make 4 compilation cds, each person suggest only one song to go on one of the compilations. One song and one song only ,to get more people's recommended songs in . I think the 4 compilation CDs should be Rock(hard or heavy), Mellow, Rap, Instrumental. Try to suggest songs that aren't too popular(everyone has heard a billion times before), and that fall under 6 minutes long. Try to recommend something you think alot of people here may like if they give it a chance and not stuff that you know only a few may (Like songs off of Mr. Bungle's Disco Volante album for example). If this idea actually works we can start over after each CD has 15 songs on it or so.
My recommended song the mellow CD. You Look So Fine by Garbage

Mellow:You Look So Fine(Garbage) Pink Floyd(Comfortably Numb)


Rock: Clean My Wounds(Corrosion of Conformity), More Human Than Human(Rob Zombie)For Whom Does The Bell Toll?(-Messiah Profit Band),


Instrumental:Love actually peices(Craig Armstrong), American Symphony,Mr. Holland's Opus (Michael Kamen)

Rap:We Be Burnin (Sean Paul )

Count Alex's Losses
04-24-2006, 10:51 PM
The American Symphony from Mr. Holland's Opus. By Michael Kamen. Instrumental.

greg63
04-24-2006, 10:55 PM
…Interesting idea.

Heavy Metal venue:
“For Whom Does The Bell Toll?”
-Messiah Profit Band.

irishjayhawk
04-24-2006, 10:55 PM
Anything with John Williams (mainly his top scores).
Craig Armstrong's Love actually peices.

Instramental, btw.

Reaper16
04-24-2006, 10:56 PM
"under 6 minutes long"

well, there goes my Opeth reccomendations.

CoMoChief
04-24-2006, 10:56 PM
If you decide not to put ANY Journey on there, then you my friend are offically gay.

Boon
04-24-2006, 10:58 PM
Freebird!

big nasty kcnut
04-24-2006, 11:00 PM
More human then human rob zombie

KcMizzou
04-24-2006, 11:00 PM
Rock hard/heavy

Corrosion of Conformity : Clean my Wounds

Rausch
04-24-2006, 11:01 PM
Music that doesn't suck ass Volume

Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb

Katipan
04-24-2006, 11:04 PM
Oops I did it again - Britney Spears

Rausch
04-24-2006, 11:06 PM
Oops I did it again - Britney Spears

May you get a nasty rash not even Delt is willing to overlook...

Katipan
04-24-2006, 11:08 PM
May you get a nasty rash not even Delt is willing to overlook...

... one of those exists?

ok ok ok I change my mind.

The Thong Song - Sisqo

KcMizzou
04-24-2006, 11:10 PM
... one of those exists?

ok ok ok I change my mind.

The Thong Song - SisqoShe's got bumps like a truck. Truck truck truck...


Thanks a lot.

:shake:

Dunit35
04-24-2006, 11:14 PM
"U Can't Touch This"- MC Hammer

Katipan
04-24-2006, 11:14 PM
"dumps" darling... which kinda makes the lyrics even more disgusting.

KcMizzou
04-24-2006, 11:15 PM
"dumps" darling... which kinda makes the lyrics even more disgusting.Thanks, and yes, yes it does.

RedDread
04-24-2006, 11:20 PM
Sean Paul - We Be Burnin'

Awesome song for the Rap CD.

Lyrics below, written with the Jamaican accent so they might be a bit confusing without hearing the song.

[Intro]
Just gimme di trees and mek we smoke it yo (smoke it yo)
It a mek we please so don't provoke it yo (voke it yo)
We nuh need nah speed so we nah go coke it yo (coke it yo)
Set ya mind at ease we gotta take it slow

So when yuh see di S.P. floatin', don't provoke it
Cau di weed weh we smokin' need fi soakin'
Best ting fi di meditation, and di best hygrade a Jamaican
It fi a weed we supportin' not promotin'
Lau di crack and di cokin hear me shouting
Herb a di healin' of di nation
Legalize it right now we wan blaze one

[chorus]
Everyday, we be burnin' not concernin' what nobody wanna say
We be earnin' dollars turning cau we mind deh pon we pay
Some got gold and oil and diamonds all we got is Mary J
Legalize it, time you recognize it

Dis purple haze it mek mi crazy
Mek mi write nuff tune and dat's what pays me
But i'm not di only occupation
Goin' to get some I give yuh medication
When a farmer grows it he knows to close it
Economical benefit help wit dose who have fi deh yah pon di hard jugglin
Cau di system only keep man struggling
Studyin people a use it don't abuse it
Cau di concentration well reputed
Dat's why herb man dem a di wise one
And it found on di grave of King Solomon
And weed good fi di eye sight and di chest sight
And it give nuff insight just gimme di light
And, mek we blaze it he should a neva waste it

[chorus]
Again, we be burnin not concernin what nobody wanna say
We be earnin dollars turning cau we mind deh pon we pay
Some got gold and oil and diamonds all we got is Mary J
Legalize it, time you recognize it

Just gimme di trees and mek we smoke it yo (Smoke it yo!)
It a mek we pleasse so don't provoke it yo (Voke it yo!)
We nuh need nah speed so we nah go coke it yo (Coke it yo!)
Set yuh mind at ease we gotta take it slow

So when yuh see di S.P. floatin don't provoke him
Cau di weed weh we smokin need fi soakin
Best ting di medication, and di best hygrade a Jamaican
Cau we know it as a great ting no debatin
While incarceratin true dem hatin
Cau dem don't wanna see we a remain calm
Even though dem got dem siren on

[chorus]
Everyday, we be burnin not concernin what nobody wanna say
We be earnin dollars turning cau we mind deh pon we pay
Some got gold and oil and diamonds all we got is Mary J
Legalize it, time you recognize it

Again, we be burnin not concernin what nobody wanna say
We be earnin dollars turning cau we mind deh pon we pay
Some got gold and oil and diamonds all we got is Mary J
Legalize it, time you recognize it

Again, we be burnin not concernin what nobody wanna say
We be earnin dollars turning cau we mind deh pon we pay
Some got gold and oil and diamonds all we got is Mary J
Legalize it, time you recognize it

Just gimme di trees and mek we smoke it yo (Smoke it yo!)
It dont mek we peace so don't provoke it yo (Voke it yo!)
We nuh need nuh speed so we nuh need coke it yo (Coke it yo!)
Set yuh mind at ease we gotta take it slow

Simplex3
04-24-2006, 11:22 PM
She's got bumps like a truck. Truck truck truck...


Thanks a lot.

:shake:
Take the Simplex3 approach to never getting songs like that stuck in your head:


Never listen to them in the first place.

Halfcan
04-24-2006, 11:25 PM
Billy don't be a Hero.

ChiefFripp
04-24-2006, 11:26 PM
Billy don't be a Hero.
Who's that by? The Name rings a bell.

CoMoChief
04-24-2006, 11:28 PM
Sean Paul - We Be Burnin'

Awesome song for the Rap CD.

Lyrics below, written with the Jamaican accent so they might be a bit confusing without hearing the song.

[Intro]
Just gimme di trees and mek we smoke it yo (smoke it yo)
It a mek we please so don't provoke it yo (voke it yo)
We nuh need nah speed so we nah go coke it yo (coke it yo)
Set ya mind at ease we gotta take it slow

So when yuh see di S.P. floatin', don't provoke it
Cau di weed weh we smokin' need fi soakin'
Best ting fi di meditation, and di best hygrade a Jamaican
It fi a weed we supportin' not promotin'
Lau di crack and di cokin hear me shouting
Herb a di healin' of di nation
Legalize it right now we wan blaze one

[chorus]
Everyday, we be burnin' not concernin' what nobody wanna say
We be earnin' dollars turning cau we mind deh pon we pay
Some got gold and oil and diamonds all we got is Mary J
Legalize it, time you recognize it

Dis purple haze it mek mi crazy
Mek mi write nuff tune and dat's what pays me
But i'm not di only occupation
Goin' to get some I give yuh medication
When a farmer grows it he knows to close it
Economical benefit help wit dose who have fi deh yah pon di hard jugglin
Cau di system only keep man struggling
Studyin people a use it don't abuse it
Cau di concentration well reputed
Dat's why herb man dem a di wise one
And it found on di grave of King Solomon
And weed good fi di eye sight and di chest sight
And it give nuff insight just gimme di light
And, mek we blaze it he should a neva waste it

[chorus]
Again, we be burnin not concernin what nobody wanna say
We be earnin dollars turning cau we mind deh pon we pay
Some got gold and oil and diamonds all we got is Mary J
Legalize it, time you recognize it

Just gimme di trees and mek we smoke it yo (Smoke it yo!)
It a mek we pleasse so don't provoke it yo (Voke it yo!)
We nuh need nah speed so we nah go coke it yo (Coke it yo!)
Set yuh mind at ease we gotta take it slow

So when yuh see di S.P. floatin don't provoke him
Cau di weed weh we smokin need fi soakin
Best ting di medication, and di best hygrade a Jamaican
Cau we know it as a great ting no debatin
While incarceratin true dem hatin
Cau dem don't wanna see we a remain calm
Even though dem got dem siren on

[chorus]
Everyday, we be burnin not concernin what nobody wanna say
We be earnin dollars turning cau we mind deh pon we pay
Some got gold and oil and diamonds all we got is Mary J
Legalize it, time you recognize it

Again, we be burnin not concernin what nobody wanna say
We be earnin dollars turning cau we mind deh pon we pay
Some got gold and oil and diamonds all we got is Mary J
Legalize it, time you recognize it

Again, we be burnin not concernin what nobody wanna say
We be earnin dollars turning cau we mind deh pon we pay
Some got gold and oil and diamonds all we got is Mary J
Legalize it, time you recognize it

Just gimme di trees and mek we smoke it yo (Smoke it yo!)
It dont mek we peace so don't provoke it yo (Voke it yo!)
We nuh need nuh speed so we nuh need coke it yo (Coke it yo!)
Set yuh mind at ease we gotta take it slow




Do you seriously like Sean Paul????

Simplex3
04-24-2006, 11:28 PM
Man in the Box, Alice in Chains.

listopencil
04-24-2006, 11:31 PM
Someday Never Comes-CCR Mellow

Katipan
04-24-2006, 11:34 PM
I love Sean Paul.

ChiefsCountry
04-24-2006, 11:36 PM
I like Sean Paul's Tempeature. Its pretty catchy for some freaking reason.

CHIEF4EVER
04-24-2006, 11:38 PM
Here's the gist. We'll make 4 compilation cds, each person suggest only one song to go on one of the compilations. One song and one song only ,to get more people's recommended songs in . I think the 4 compilation CDs should be Rock(hard or heavy), Mellow, Rap, Instrumental. Try to suggest songs that aren't too popular(everyone has heard a billion times before), and that fall under 6 minutes long. Try to recommend something you think alot of people here may like if they give it a chance and not stuff that you know only a few may (Like songs off of Mr. Bungle's Disco Volante album for example). If this idea actually works we can start over after each CD has 15 songs on it or so.
My recommended song the mellow CD. You Look So Fine by Garbage

Mellow:You Look So Fine(Garbage) Pink Floyd(Comfortably Numb)


Rock: Clean My Wounds(Corrosion of Conformity), More Human Than Human(Rob Zombie)For Whom Does The Bell Toll?(-Messiah Profit Band),


Instrumental:Love actually peices(Craig Armstrong), American Symphony,Mr. Holland's Opus (Michael Kamen)

Rap:We Be Burnin (Sean Paul )
No Blues/Jazz? If you will indulge a 5th CD of those genres then:

Blues: BB King - The Thrill Is Gone, Stevie Ray Vaughan - Texas Flood, Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy.

Mellow: Eric Clapton - Change The World

Rock: Bush - Everything Zen, Ernie Isley - Back To Square One.

Simplex3
04-24-2006, 11:44 PM
No Blues/Jazz? If you will indulge a 5th CD of those genres then:
Anything by Diana Krall.

tk13
04-24-2006, 11:44 PM
I'd put "Mad Man Moon" by Genesis on the mellow CD. That's just under 7 and a half minutes though. I didn't realize it was quite that long until I just checked it... haha. Beautiful song though. If you really wanted something shorter, I guess I'd say "Entangled" by Genesis... that's about 6:15ish I do believe.

CHIEF4EVER
04-24-2006, 11:45 PM
Anything by Diana Krall.

Also excellent. :thumb:

Simplex3
04-24-2006, 11:53 PM
Mellow: "I've Got the World on a String", Diana Krall, Only Trust Your Heart.

Rock: "Man in the Box", Alice in Chains, Facelift.

Instrumental: "Take the High Road", David Lanz, Sacred Road.

Rap: Uh, nothing. By anyone. The best rap CD is blank.

Rausch
04-24-2006, 11:54 PM
... one of those exists?

ok ok ok I change my mind.

Eh, it's not like I have a direct line to Go-

The Thong Song - Sisqo

****ing nevermind!

Leprosy!1! :cuss:

Rausch
04-24-2006, 11:55 PM
Mellow: "I've Got the World on a String", Diana Krall, Only Trust Your Heart.

Rock: "Man in the Box", Alice in Chains, Facelift.

Instrumental: "Take the High Road", David Lanz, Sacred Road.

Just WTF is the Al Green?...

Rap: Uh, nothing. By anyone. The best rap CD is blank.

Couldn't agree more...

Simplex3
04-24-2006, 11:57 PM
Just WTF is the Al Green?...
I figured I had to leave something for someone else.

Couldn't agree more...
When you really think about it the rap CD would be nothing but samples from the first three anyway.

Rausch
04-25-2006, 12:00 AM
When you really think about it the rap CD would be nothing but samples from the first three anyway.

Rap sounds like Crap for a reason: pick 3 samples, mix, push out the single with odd noises and grunts added...

RedDread
04-25-2006, 12:00 AM
So many timid/old songs so far

Tech N9ne - The Beast - Rap

Breaking Benjamin - So Cold - Rock

CHIEF4EVER
04-25-2006, 12:01 AM
Rap sounds like Crap for a reason: pick 3 samples, mix, push out the single with odd noises and grunts added...

If you're Old School you throw in a pair of parachute pants for good measure......

RedDread
04-25-2006, 12:02 AM
Rap sounds like Crap for a reason: pick 3 samples, mix, push out the single with odd noises and grunts added...

And rock is just some dumb guy plucking on a guitar and singing with some drums in the background.

Gee that sounds kind of dumb too doesn't it?

Simplex3
04-25-2006, 12:02 AM
Rap sounds like Crap for a reason: pick 3 samples, mix, push out the single with odd noises and grunts added...
Don't forget to stir in the requisite count of the following words:

bitches
hos
po-leece
(some monatary slang)
(some drug slang)

Now your "art" is complete and ready for the mindless to consume.

Simplex3
04-25-2006, 12:05 AM
And rock is just some dumb guy plucking on a guitar and singing with some drums in the background.

Gee that sounds kind of dumb too doesn't it?
Any talentless choad with a microphone, $1000, and access to a pawn shop can be a rapper. It has to be the single biggest crap shoot in music. The difference between those that have made it and those that haven't is 0.

As for the rockers, without them to sample from the rap guys have nothing but street grunting to artificially generated bass.

greg63
04-25-2006, 12:05 AM
Don't forget to stir in the requisite count of the following words:

bitches
hos
po-leece
(some monatary slang)
(some drug slang)

Now your "art" is complete and ready for the mindless to consume.

Yup!

RedDread
04-25-2006, 12:06 AM
Bad Company - Black Betty - Rock

I think the newer version by Spiderbait is better however.

Rausch
04-25-2006, 12:12 AM
And rock is just some dumb guy plucking on a guitar and singing with some drums in the background.

Gee that sounds kind of dumb too doesn't it?

If you think 50 Cent measures up to Chuck Berry, ok.

I don't.

But unlike Rap, rock has been dead for nearly 10 years...

RedDread
04-25-2006, 12:12 AM
Any talentless choad with guitar, and a drummer, and access to a recording facility can be a rocker. It has to be the single biggest crap shoot in music. The difference between those that have made it and those that haven't is 0.

As for the rappers, without them to borrow beats from the rockers would still be stuck in the 80's hair metal phase.


fixed.

I don't know why I would bother arguing about Rap on CP anyway. Most of you guys are washed up white 30 somethings who post from your shitty desk jobs to pass the time during your otherwise mundane days.

Ari Chi3fs
04-25-2006, 12:13 AM
Rock - Hold On by Lovehammers

Great song, if you hear you will love it.

Count Alex's Losses
04-25-2006, 12:14 AM
fixed.

I don't know why I would bother arguing about Rap on CP anyway. Most of you guys are washed up white 30 somethings who post from your shitty desk jobs to pass the time during your otherwise mundane days.

You jackass. There's plenty of shitty rock out there, and they don't make it big time. Name one big time rock band that's talentless.

Also, I take offense at your "white 30 somethings" comment. Good music transcends race, generation and gender.

Ari Chi3fs
04-25-2006, 12:15 AM
Mellow - Gone for Good - Morphine

RedDread
04-25-2006, 12:16 AM
Also, I take offense at your "white 30 somethings" comment. Good music transcends race, generation and gender.

Rap: Uh, nothing. By anyone. The best rap CD is blank.

Does it now?

SLAG
04-25-2006, 12:18 AM
Mellow:Pink Floyd- Wish You were here


Rock: Kid Rock- Wasting time, CCR- Fourtunate Son




Instrumental:Aaron Nevielle- Ave Maria

Rap:UGK- One Day your here, The next day your Gone

Rausch
04-25-2006, 12:19 AM
fixed.

I don't know why I would bother arguing about Rap on CP anyway. Most of you guys are washed up white 30 somethings who post from your shitty desk jobs to pass the time during your otherwise mundane days.


Yeah, I'm white bread.

But I owned Too Short's first 3 disks (and got to meet the guy, very cool), Public Enemy, NWA, Ghetto Boys (AND Willie D's solo ablum), the first three 2 Live Crew releases, LL until the "Momma" album, Chuck D, and the last rap album I ever payed for was Me Phi Me. I still listen to that now and again.

But after 95 it's been nothing short of $#it and self-promotion and genre cannibalism, the same reason heavy metal went dead in the early 90's...

Simplex3
04-25-2006, 12:20 AM
fixed.

I don't know why I would bother arguing about Rap on CP anyway. Most of you guys are washed up white 30 somethings who post from your shitty desk jobs to pass the time during your otherwise mundane days.
ROFL

Bitch, I was your daddy. I was into rap WAAAY before it was cool. Eazy-E, NWA, 2 Live Crew, Sir Mix-a-Lot, Tone Loc. When the money started rolling in and record execs became interrested the talent dried up. Rap and pop are all marketing these days.

The rockers are artists. They aren't contrived groupings of losers, picked from a batch of idiots by getting the hot blonde one, the preppy one, the black one, the latino one, and the slightly nerdy one. These are guys who have honed their craft on an instrument to within an inch of it's life. You want to see a band that can perform a song live and make it sound JUST like the CD? Better be a metal band. Those dudes can do it because they do it night in and night out at the clubs. It isn't about posing in jewelry, it's about the music and a message.

Rausch
04-25-2006, 12:22 AM
Does it now?


How many Barry White, BB King, Al Green, Bill Withers, George Clinton CD's do you own?

big nasty kcnut
04-25-2006, 12:24 AM
rap how about m.a.r.r.s pump up the volume

Count Alex's Losses
04-25-2006, 12:24 AM
Rap and pop are all marketing these days.


No kidding. And it's sickening.

Rausch
04-25-2006, 12:25 AM
The rockers are artists. They aren't contrived groupings of losers, picked from a batch of idiots by getting the hot blonde one, the preppy one, the black one, the latino one, and the slightly nerdy one.


Bull$#it.

Today's "rock" is every bit as vommit inducing as today's rap...

Count Alex's Losses
04-25-2006, 12:26 AM
Rap and pop are all marketing these days.


http://disney.go.com/disneyrecords/Song-Albums/devo20/

Simplex3
04-25-2006, 12:27 AM
Bull$#it.

Today's "rock" is every bit as vommit inducing as today's rap...
If you listen to the s**t that makes the major labels, yes. There are real bands out there, you just have to look. Hard. I find maybe 4 or 5 albums a year, but those 4 or 5 generally kick ass and make it worth the trouble.

RedDread
04-25-2006, 12:28 AM
ROFL

The rockers are artists. They aren't contrived groupings of losers, picked from a batch of idiots by getting the hot blonde one, the preppy one, the black one, the latino one, and the slightly nerdy one.

I believe you've confused rappers with boy bands.

Simplex3
04-25-2006, 12:29 AM
http://disney.go.com/disneyrecords/Song-Albums/devo20/
Somebody needs to be drug out into the streets and shot. :shake:

Simplex3
04-25-2006, 12:31 AM
I believe you've confused rappers with boy bands.
No, I find them very similar. With rappers you're looking for the guy with the right rims, the right posse, and the right neighborhood. Properly placed knife and/or gun shot wounds are preferred. Does he have any talent? Who gives a crap, all he's going to do is speak into the mic.

Halfcan
04-25-2006, 12:32 AM
ROFL

Bitch, I was your daddy. I was into rap WAAAY before it was cool. Eazy-E, NWA, 2 Live Crew, Sir Mix-a-Lot, Tone Loc. When the money started rolling in and record execs became interrested the talent dried up. Rap and pop are all marketing these days.

The rockers are artists. They aren't contrived groupings of losers, picked from a batch of idiots by getting the hot blonde one, the preppy one, the black one, the latino one, and the slightly nerdy one. These are guys who have honed their craft on an instrument to within an inch of it's life. You want to see a band that can perform a song live and make it sound JUST like the CD? Better be a metal band. Those dudes can do it because they do it night in and night out at the clubs. It isn't about posing in jewelry, it's about the music and a message.

I rocked out on Vanilla Ice before he was the King of Rap!! :)

Simplex3
04-25-2006, 12:34 AM
I rocked out on Vanilla Ice before he was the King of Rap!! :)
Uh, he was always a joke.

greg63
04-25-2006, 12:35 AM
I rocked out on Vanilla Ice before he was the King of Rap!! :)

Good to see ya around. :D

Count Alex's Losses
04-25-2006, 12:35 AM
Uh, he was always a joke.

I won't let you talk about my classmates like that...

Rausch
04-25-2006, 12:35 AM
If you listen to the s**t that makes the major labels, yes. There are real bands out there, you just have to look. Hard. I find maybe 4 or 5 albums a year, but those 4 or 5 generally kick ass and make it worth the trouble.

Exactly.

It's like following the family dog around the yard waiting for yer wedding ring to pop out.

Most of it is just dog$#it...

Guru
04-25-2006, 12:36 AM
I rocked out on Vanilla Ice before he was the King of Rap!! :)


But he stole from Queen. No wait... from David Bowie. No Queen.

Oh yeah, both of them. :harumph:

Rausch
04-25-2006, 12:37 AM
I won't let you talk about my classmates like that...

Well, if you aren't just Judas' most memorable kiss...

Simplex3
04-25-2006, 12:37 AM
I won't let you talk about my classmates like that...
This may explain some things about you.

Rausch
04-25-2006, 12:38 AM
But he stole from Queen. No wait... from David Bowie. No Queen.

Oh yeah, both of them. :harumph:

At least Elvis stole from quality when he ripped off black musicians...

Count Alex's Losses
04-25-2006, 12:38 AM
I don't understand Rausch's response.

Anyway, I wasn't his actual classmate, but Vanilla Ice and I went to the same HS.

tk13
04-25-2006, 12:44 AM
http://disney.go.com/disneyrecords/Song-Albums/devo20/
Oh. My. Goodness.

tk13
04-25-2006, 12:52 AM
Let me reiterate that. There is a band of kids... playing Devo music. I cannot believe that.

I do have to say, their list of "musical influences" is impressive. I wonder if that's real or made up. Only the lead singer girl lists stuff like Gwen Stefani, Kelly Clarkson, etc. The rest of them list the Beatles, Zepplin, Hendrix, etc, etc.

SLAG
04-25-2006, 01:06 AM
I hate Whiney Rock
|Done

Nzoner
04-25-2006, 01:31 PM
Bad Company - Black Betty - Rock

I think the newer version by Spiderbait is better however.

I'm old school rock n roll and I don't ever recall Bad Company doing Black Betty.Ram Jam however.

Nzoner
04-25-2006, 01:37 PM
My contribution

Instrumental-Hocus Pocus by Focus

Blues/Rock-Brown Sugar by ZZ Top(no not a cover of the Stones version)

Rock-Go All Night-The Pat Travers Band

Funk-Dazz by Brick

Mellow-Old & Wise by The Alan Parsons Project

Katipan
04-25-2006, 01:43 PM
Blues/Rock-Brown Sugar by ZZ Top(no not a cover of the Stones version)


:clap:

DMAC
04-25-2006, 01:43 PM
Kansas City, Here I Come

StcChief
04-25-2006, 01:50 PM
Rock 'n Roll - The Who -Who's Next (remastered)
My Wife
or Naked Eye

Not mainstream but quite approriate for the Planet....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Wife

Dr. Facebook Fever
04-25-2006, 02:04 PM
Standing On Higher Ground- Alan Parsons Project

I guess it would go on the rock album but it's not hard.

Dartgod
04-25-2006, 02:06 PM
Most of you guys are washed up white 30 somethings who post from your shitty desk jobs to pass the time during your otherwise mundane days.
Hey! How about a little love for the washed up white 40 somethings that think rap sucks too?

Dartgod
04-25-2006, 02:08 PM
Instrumental-Hocus Pocus by Focus
Nice pick! I would add Edgar Winter's Frankenstein to that list.

Inspector
04-25-2006, 02:09 PM
As usual....

My favorite is Vedera.

Either "Lovers Lie" (full instrumental version) or "Everything's happening on Broadway". Both are excellent.

Kerberos
04-25-2006, 02:25 PM
Credence Clearwater Revival--"Midnight Special"

OR

AC/DC "Rock'N'Roll Aint Noise Pollution"




:thumb:


.

Scorp
04-25-2006, 02:40 PM
(1981) Def leppard - High n Dry album - (07) "Lady Strange"

ZepSinger
04-25-2006, 03:18 PM
METAL: 'Stand Alone'- Iced Earth
POP/ROCK: 'Yellow'- Coldplay
JAZZ ROCK: 'Cause We've Ended As Lovers'- Jeff Beck
NEW AGE: 'Colors/Dance'- George Winston

StcChief
04-25-2006, 04:34 PM
METAL: 'Stand Alone'- Iced Earth
POP/ROCK: 'Yellow'- Coldplay
JAZZ ROCK: 'Cause We've Ended As Lovers'- Jeff Beck
NEW AGE: 'Colors/Dance'- George Winston

good choice. that whole Jazz Fusion Rock era with Jeff Beck 1975-77
Blow by Blow and Wired LPs...excellent songs.

ChiefsFire
04-25-2006, 05:15 PM
so theres enough crossdressers in here for a compilation?

SLAG
04-25-2006, 05:42 PM
So where is the ISO's To DL the Compilation cd's?

Reaper16
04-25-2006, 05:49 PM
As usual....

My favorite is Vedera.

Either "Lovers Lie" (full instrumental version) or "Everything's happening on Broadway". Both are excellent.
C'mon, you know full well that "Trade This Fear," and "Redemption Soon" are better :)

blueballs
04-25-2006, 06:04 PM
Walkin' down this rocky road
Wondering where my life is leadin'
Rollin' on to the bitter end
Finding out along the way
What it takes to keep love living
You should know how it feels, my friend

Ooh, I want you to stay
Ooh, I want you today

I'm ready for love
Oh baby, I'm ready for love
Ready for love
Oh baby, I'm ready for love
Oh, for your love

Now I'm on my feet again
Better things are bound to happen
All my dues surely must be paid
Many miles and many tears
Times were hard but now they're changing
You should know that I'm not afraid

Ooh, I want you to stay
Ooh, I want you today

I'm ready for love
Oh baby, I'm ready for love
Ready for love
Oh baby, I'm ready for love...Oh, I'm ready for love...Ready for your love

Ooh, I want you to stay
Ooh, I want you today

I'm ready for love
Oh baby, I'm ready for love
Ready for love
Oh baby, I'm ready for love
Ready for love
Oh baby, I'm ready for love
Ready for love
Oh baby, I'm ready for your love...
Ready for your love...Oh, baby

Baby Lee
04-25-2006, 06:07 PM
METAL: 'Stand Alone'- Iced Earth
He-ey, Richard it's yore day-id. Caught a skwerr'l today. Mom's gonna cook it fer dinner.

patteeu
04-25-2006, 06:29 PM
Rock: Refused "New Noise"

Fat Elvis
04-25-2006, 07:11 PM
Mellow: Into Dust by Mazzy Star

Chiefsrocker
04-25-2006, 07:23 PM
Hard/Heavy Rock: Korn - Did My Time :rockon:
Pop: Spiderbait - Black Betty :banghead:

Mellow: Journey - Lights :toast:

CHENZ A!
04-26-2006, 12:43 AM
Mellow: Kem - Find your way(back in my life)

Rock: Mudvayne - Dig

Rap: Chamillionaire - Think I'm Crazy

Instrumental - something from Deltron 3030

Nightwish
04-26-2006, 01:19 AM
Rock: Star One - "Intergalactic Space Crusaders" (hard rock/metal)

Demonpenz
04-26-2006, 01:59 AM
oh's no's

Inspector
04-26-2006, 07:27 AM
C'mon, you know full well that "Trade This Fear," and "Redemption Soon" are better :)

Ya know, I love every song on that CD. Their appeal seems to really cross generations, at least that's what I've witnessed.

They are playing in Springfield on 5/6 at Nu Brew and 5/7 in Columbia at Mojo's.

I'm thinking about getting to the Columbia show if I can get away. Their show at El Torreon was postponed for some reason.

Again, thanks for your support. They are on their way. Going to LA with their latest songs and do some recording with EPIC records. Contracts are pending, but we're hoping for some really good things.

kregger
04-26-2006, 11:37 AM
Rock 'n Roll - The Who -Who's Next (remastered)
My Wife
or Naked Eye

Not mainstream but quite approriate for the Planet....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Wife
:clap: :clap:
For old rock, Robin Trower "Day of the Eagle"
jazz/instrumental, Stanley Jordan"anything"
Blues/Rock, Jimi Hendrix "Red House"

TrebMaxx
04-26-2006, 01:47 PM
Here is one that every time I hear it makes me think of being at Arrowhead. Gary Glitter - Rock and Roll(part 2)

Although not my favorite artist or anything, just evertime I hear that song I think of being at a Chiefs game.