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25 MOST IMPORTANT BANDS EVER

Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by metal paddy, Jun 1, 2006.

  1. CF87

    CF87 Active Member

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    I can think of morbid angel songs without blastbeasts. I hate when people say stupid things as in a band just has blast beats non stop or whatever. who are you kidding

    Morbid Angel has so much depth for a death metal band.

    Death has nothing on morbid angel either. Chuck can't hold a candle to Trey to begin with.
     
  2. byrne

    byrne Certavi et vici

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    death > morbid angel.

    fugazi for the most part is awful. the band only wrote like 3 or 4 decent songs (kudos to: 'waiting room' and 'do you like me')
     
  3. Discovery

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    Truth

    Untruth
     
  4. Evil Dead

    Evil Dead Hail to the King baby

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    Um yeah. I've heard so many Mike Patton clones since 1989 its not even funny.
     
  5. Imp!

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    Way the fuck better.

    Man, I bet they had to figure out if they were going to put ABBA in or not. :zombie: what the fuck, seriously...
     
  6. ~Neurotica

    ~Neurotica perfectly insane

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    no... ABBA is too brutal for that list... might to traumatize someones psyche...
     
  7. IWP

    IWP 80s freak

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    :lol:
     
  8. Imp!

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    ^^^You're OVERKILL album in the sig needs to be replaced with "Taking Over," as it is technically one thousand times better, faster and more powerful.:kickass: :Smokin:
     
  9. IWP

    IWP 80s freak

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    I'll be getting that album soon, don't you worry. ;)
     
  10. byrne

    byrne Certavi et vici

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    guns n roses rule you noob
     
  11. Imp!

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    Yeah but how the fuck can they be #2?

    I can name like 10 bands that have been more influencial/popular/important...
     
  12. Thoth-Amon

    Thoth-Amon Hypochondriac

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    Easily, by recording 3 of the greatest hard rock albums ever made and selling millions upon millions of units.
     
  13. Imp!

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    Judas Priest?
    Iron Maiden?
    Metallica?
    AC/DC?
    Deep Purple?
    DIO?
    Van Halen?
    Led Zep?

    BTW, since when has number of units sold really meant anything anyway?

    [Edit] Yeah, just looked at the list, Maiden's up higher, figured it'd be Sabbath... Then I read from 81 onward...WTF?! How can it be the most influential ever if it only goes back a certain ways? Why stop at '81? Fuck this thing deserves to be slapped up...
     
  14. satanicjeff

    satanicjeff New Metal Member

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    bon jovi at number 11???? wtf lol
     
  15. Susperia

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    Guns and Roses aren't even Metal! >=(

    edit: Oh and the Greys I agree with you that Morbid Angel is better than Death, in some respects.
     
  16. Killbot

    Killbot A Killer Robot

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    Good job it isn't a list of the 25 most important metal bands ever then.
     
  17. Susperia

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    Sorry, I got this mixed up with the other 25 Most Important Bands thread. =\

    Anyway, Guns and Roses kinda blow.
     
  18. cookiecutter

    cookiecutter Proceed to Ultraslamming

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    You obviously know nothing about Death Metal. Florida and New York DM are very different styles. I could see saying Immolation and Suffocation sound similar as they are both NYDM, but not Morbid Angel and Suffocation. Also I agree with ender, there are quote tags for a reason, use them.
     
  19. CF87

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    Immolation and Suffocation actually sound nothing alike for both being NYDM. NYDM usually sounds the same or has specific traits but immolation has defied that standing alone.

    Immolation probably sounds so different from the scene because they formed so early compared to bands like suffocation,morphues descends,internal bleeding,baphomet from NY.
     
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    cookiecutter Proceed to Ultraslamming

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    Maybe that was a poor example. To be honest I am inexperienced with Immolation. Still, it is closer to Suffocation than Morbid Angel is.
     

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