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Discussion in 'Non-Metal' started by Unfaithfully Metalhead, Aug 28, 2010.
Fleetwood Mac. Well, just the rumours album!
they have some other good songs too! landslide?!
John butler trio
My Dark Twisted Fantasy by Kanye West, some dick at my work cranked it for ages and then it actually grew on me >_>
I really like classical music - especially Baroque composers.
Slaughter of the Bluegrass, although I don't think a bluegrass band that coveres amon amarth/at the gates really counts...
Chase and Status.
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
Panic! At the disco.
Coheed and Cambria
3 Doors down
The Dresden Dolls
Not ashamed to say any of these. I may love black metal and folk metal, but I'll listen to all genres really.
Goo Goo Dolls - been a fan for many years
Rascal Flatts - Not big on country, but that (Gary Levox) guy can sing.
Fuel - powerful hard rock
Celine Dion - she has one of the greatest voices ever
Blackfoot - under-appreciated hard/southern rock band
Elton was an incredible songwriter back in the 70's... even some of his 80's songs are good. like most performers who've lasted decades his best days are many years behind him. not only does he have a ton of great singles but he has quite a few great albums as well.
I saw Elton John live here in Tasmania because someone paid for my ticket,by the end of his concert I was nearly in the foetal position in my chair with my head in my hands wishing it would hurry up and be over.
THE CANDLE BURNED OUT LONG BEFORE
THE LEGEND EVER DID
You guys are funny.... btw Satan's Toe you resemble that Emoticon
I don't know if any one would be surprised at anything I listen to coz people who know me know my head is all over the place but some would be surprised that i'm going to see an orchestra play a beethoven symphony next week and more surprised that I spent 3 hours the other day playing guitar solo's over Celine Dion's My Heart Will Go On (tho I was very drunk and trying to piss the neighbours off)
The Dear Hunter
The Ordinary Boys
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Since I can't post attachments yet links to a couple of my favorites
John Hiatt - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Im-ssehAPgQ
Heathen Apostles - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KyTEhs8JNdQ
Cary Ann Hearst
Sade (don't typically "get" jazz)
RunDMC typically hate rap.
John Denver - don't typically like country, but I do like some folk and JD was folk disguised as country.
Pre-80's Chicago. They were insane !!
The Beatles, Revolver and later.
Pearl Jam - early work
I guess that is enough... and for the guy that named Bryan Adams..... kudos. Man he is a GREAT singer !! Steve Perry (of Journey) and ALL singers who have sang for Bad Company as well.
Irish folk music and some rock bands (The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mother Love Bone, Stone Temple Pilots...).