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Led Zepplin Rocks

nuff said. The guy is awesome. Best....Musician....Ever [Edited on 6/2/2005]
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  • You forgot the E best bands: The Who The Beatles Led Zeppelin The Doors Lynard Skynard The Rolling Stones
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] LordCrotchpants [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] GothGuy You honestly believe I'd [b] degrade a musical thread? [/b] I thought you learned I wasn't that kind of person over the last 6 months....[/quote] I believe you did that earlier.[/quote] GothGuy, the man does have a point. Saying, [quote]Damn. Straight. I hate classic rock. Rolling Stones, Zeppelin, Ozzy - they all have good parts, but the songs on the whole are all crap and they're "famouse" because they "did it first".[/quote], and then saying what you just said is almost contradictory of itself.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] GothGuy You honestly believe I'd [b] degrade a musical thread? [/b] I thought you learned I wasn't that kind of person over the last 6 months....[/quote] I believe you did that earlier.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Texas Ben You're dangerously close to someone being able to invoke goodwin's law on your punk ass. [/quote] You dug this up just to say that? "Brainwashing" really meant: The older generation played their music and showed the new generation. The older used the term "Legends" so the younger believed it. That is what happened to me; my Mother (who you [i]intimately[/i] know) had Guns 'N Roses, Nirvana, The Doors - all that stuff (even some Zep). I thought that was the pinicle of music until I went to the 2000 X-Games in Philadelphia and got my first tast of Disturbed: The Sickness on a demo CD. She took it away ("too violent") but my Father gave me his copy of the CD "under the table." The summery: The Old told the New what to like; brainwashing. You honestly believe I'd degrade a musical thread? I thought you learned I wasn't that kind of person over the last 6 months....
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] GothGuy [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Casey If the target generation is 35-45 years old, then why are the majority of the sales coming from people who are younger than that? Hmmm...d'you think it's because younger kids are interested in classic rock, too?[/quote] Brainwashing.[/quote] Brainwashing eh? You're dangerously close to someone being able to invoke goodwin's law on your punk ass. Watch out.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] GothGuy [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Capt Sensible No one will remember Linkin Park in 20 years - we'll all still be listening to Zep & The Eagles.[/quote] Actually, this is how [i]I[/i] think it breaks down: Radio Stations, Record Labels, and the Music world in general is ruled by money. Currently, the people with money are, say, 35-45 years old, and thanks to this Radio Stations play what sells (stuff from the 70's - 80's). Come twenty years from now, radio stations will be playing the stuff that's from the 90's and 00's. When Classic Rock began, it was new. Duh. Basically, Classic Rock got the Cold Shoulder; one was "weird" to like it. Simply put: history is repeating itself. [/quote] No. No. **Smacks in head with a rolled up newspaper**
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] LordCrotchpants Oh Casey, I want to have your children. ; )[/quote] Yeah, I get that a lot. ^_^
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] GothGuy [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] ccjamp I like most of linkin' Parks songs. I personally think Led Zepplin is....weird.[/quote] Damn. Straight. I [i]hate[/i] classic rock. Rolling Stones, Zeppelin, Ozzy - they all have good [i]parts[/i], but the songs on the whole are all [u]crap[/u] and they're "famouse" because they "did it first". Anyone who agrees [url=http://www.bungie.net/fanclub/NuRockHome/GroupHome.aspx][u]click here[/u][/url]. [/quote] ....... l;gsasrgvnvtrasnhvtarsnlhvtEN:HOvgn <---- That's me pulverizing my keyboard with my head. Blasphemy...... Oh Casey, I want to have your children. ; )
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  • I like almost any kind of music except polka/opera/country/etc. Just my opinion.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] GothGuy [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Casey If the target generation is 35-45 years old, then why are the majority of the sales coming from people who are younger than that? Hmmm...d'you think it's because younger kids are interested in classic rock, too?[/quote] Brainwashing. Truely, in the end, Music is all down to opinion. I think Zep is a Variety Show to music, you think Nu Rock bands are rushing to make their music.[/quote] Except your opinion < Everyone elses opinion in this thread. Fair enough, you like what you like, but what you're saying is just damn disrespecctful. It's like me saying "I like you, but I don't like your parents. I wish they'd never lived". Hey wait - you wouldn't be around then! I'd rather marinate my balls in gravy and run through a ravenous pack of wolves than listen to a whole Linkin Park album. Slipknot, Limp Bizkit, Linkin Park, Disturbed etc, these bands are putting metal to shame. Innovative bands such as Lamb of God, The Red Chord, Byzantine, this is what metal is about today. These guys outshine any of this nu-metal -blam!- to the power of 24380762345987652234765. I'm fine with people liking whatever genre they like, be it rap, country, clasical, etc. But nu-metal....no. Adding rap to metal is like taking the most beautiful women you've ever seen to a plastic surgeon and telling him to slap a d!ck on her. [Edited on 6/2/2005]
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  • double post, sorry [Edited on 6/2/2005]
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] GothGuy [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Casey If the target generation is 35-45 years old, then why are the majority of the sales coming from people who are younger than that? Hmmm...d'you think it's because younger kids are interested in classic rock, too?[/quote] Brainwashing. Truely, in the end, Music is all down to opinion. I think Zep is a Variety Show to music, you think Nu Rock bands are rushing to make their music.[/quote] Y'know, it's not even that that makes me mad. I'm perfectly fine with you liking Nu Rock and not really having a huge preference for Classic Rock. It's just that you said: [quote] they're "famouse" because they "did it first".[/quote] That's so utterly ignorant and disrepectful to the music that sowed the seeds for your beloved "Nu" Rock that it's really kinda sad. I mean, heck, I'm not a huge fan of the Mario games, but I do respect and recognize them for essentially bringing the video game industry back to its feet and making it popular again. It's kind of the same principle with music: you don't nesecarrily have to [i]like[/i] an older form of music, but you should at least respect it, because part of it became what you listen to today.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] chewy12345 does anyone have a link where it plays Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven" backwards. I heard there was a subliminal message. Zeppelin Rules![/quote] [url]http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/stairway.php[/url] [Edited on 6/2/2005]
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  • To the creator of this thread: For Someone that likes Led[b][i][u]ZEPPELIN[/b][/i][/u] so much then you could at least spell it right.
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  • does anyone have a link where it plays Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven" backwards. I heard there was a subliminal message. Zeppelin Rules!
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Casey [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] GothGuy [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Capt Sensible No one will remember Linkin Park in 20 years - we'll all still be listening to Zep & The Eagles.[/quote] Actually, this is how [i]I[/i] think it breaks down: Radio Stations, Record Labels, and the Music world in general is ruled by money. Currently, the people with money are, say, 35-45 years old, and thanks to this Radio Stations play what sells (stuff from the 70's - 80's). Come twenty years from now, radio stations will be playing the stuff that's from the 90's and 00's. When Classic Rock began, it was new. Duh. Basically, Classic Rock got the Cold Shoulder; one was "weird" to like it. Simply put: history is repeating itself. [/quote] Hmm... If the target generation is 35-45 years old, then why are the majority of the sales coming from people who are younger than that? Hmmm...d'you think it's because younger kids are interested in classic rock, too? [/quote] Well the younger generation is the main market because all of those 30-40 year olds have settled down and have kids, and they pass on their musical prefference to their kids.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Casey If the target generation is 35-45 years old, then why are the majority of the sales coming from people who are younger than that? Hmmm...d'you think it's because younger kids are interested in classic rock, too?[/quote] Brainwashing. Truely, in the end, Music is all down to opinion. I think Zep is a Variety Show to music, you think Nu Rock bands are rushing to make their music.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] GothGuy [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Capt Sensible No one will remember Linkin Park in 20 years - we'll all still be listening to Zep & The Eagles.[/quote] Actually, this is how [i]I[/i] think it breaks down: Radio Stations, Record Labels, and the Music world in general is ruled by money. Currently, the people with money are, say, 35-45 years old, and thanks to this Radio Stations play what sells (stuff from the 70's - 80's). Come twenty years from now, radio stations will be playing the stuff that's from the 90's and 00's. When Classic Rock began, it was new. Duh. Basically, Classic Rock got the Cold Shoulder; one was "weird" to like it. Simply put: history is repeating itself. [/quote] Hmm... If the target generation is 35-45 years old, then why are the majority of the sales coming from people who are younger than that? Hmmm...d'you think it's because younger kids are interested in classic rock, too? There's also a major difference between bands of today and bands of yesteryear. Back then, bands were given time to [i]develop[/i]. They could send out a few albums and then eventually come into their own sound. They could experiment, try out new things, and just generally tune up their sound. Heck, the Chili Peppers released two or three other albums before they finally had their smash hit [i]Blood Sex Sugar Magik[/i], and that was only back in the late 80's/early 90's. Nowadays, the radios stations only want a specific sound. If the band has something different to offer, they tend to be blocked out. Most of the bands that get big are still kinda bland; their sound never really changes and grows with them, and they hardly ever try to experiment. Bands with talent usually stay underground and hardly, if ever, take off and go mainstream. People today like the processed, heartless, bland grouping of notes that the consider "music" because it doesn't really make them think. It's just a bunch of chords, sometimes with a few notes thrown in, mixed together and dressed up in the studio to make a catchy song, usually the only good one on the album because it's the only one that really gets a lot of studio attention. And then, because the songs are so dressed up in the studio, the band sounds like crap live. One of the reasons Led Zeppelin is my favorite band is because, even though they did try out things in the studio, they still sounded awesome live. They had talent. Probably the most respectable thing about them that I can think of is not only were they independent, but they never released one single; they felt that it was more important to make an good [i]album[/i] rather than just a good song with filler around it to justify a purchase. Unfortunately, we don't really have bands like that today; the record labels won't have it.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] GothGuy [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] ccjamp I like most of linkin' Parks songs. I personally think Led Zepplin is....weird.[/quote] Damn. Straight. I [i]hate[/i] classic rock. Rolling Stones, Zeppelin, Ozzy - they all have good [i]parts[/i], but the songs on the whole are all [u]crap[/u] and they're "famouse" because they "did it first". Anyone who agrees [url=http://www.bungie.net/fanclub/NuRockHome/GroupHome.aspx][u]click here[/u][/url]. [/quote] Wow, thats.... quite a statement.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Capt Sensible No one will remember Linkin Park in 20 years - we'll all still be listening to Zep & The Eagles.[/quote] Actually, this is how [i]I[/i] think it breaks down: Radio Stations, Record Labels, and the Music world in general is ruled by money. Currently, the people with money are, say, 35-45 years old, and thanks to this Radio Stations play what sells (stuff from the 70's - 80's). Come twenty years from now, radio stations will be playing the stuff that's from the 90's and 00's. When Classic Rock began, it was new. Duh. Basically, Classic Rock got the Cold Shoulder; one was "weird" to like it. Simply put: history is repeating itself.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] GothGuy [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] ccjamp I like most of linkin' Parks songs. I personally think Led Zepplin is....weird.[/quote] Damn. Straight. I [i]hate[/i] classic rock. Rolling Stones, Zeppelin, Ozzy - they all have good [i]parts[/i], but the songs on the whole are all [u]crap[/u] and they're "famouse" because they "did it first". Anyone who agrees [url=http://www.bungie.net/fanclub/NuRockHome/GroupHome.aspx][u]click here[/u][/url]. [/quote] Y'know what? I just remembered something. You seem to like Linkin Park, who is rap-rock. Now, here's something I bet you didn't really know. Rap-rock pretty much came about when RUN-DMC and Aerosmith did their own new version of "Walk This Way." Aerosmith is, in all technicality, a classic rock band. They've been around since the early 70's. Oh, and one more thing, I just need to point it out. You said [quote]and they're "famouse" because they "did it first".[/quote] Ummm...yeah, they are famous because they [i]did it first[/i]. Without classic rock bands, hard rock and metal would've never come about. Without older hard rock and metal, nu metal would've never come about. Saying what you just said is like saying that Halo, Half-Life, Goldeneye 007, and Perfect Dark never needed a few titles like Wolfenstien and Doom to get them started. Know and respect your roots, -blam!-.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] GothGuy [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] ccjamp I like most of linkin' Parks songs. I personally think Led Zepplin is....weird.[/quote] Damn. Straight. I [i]hate[/i] classic rock. Rolling Stones, Zeppelin, Ozzy - they all have good [i]parts[/i], but the songs on the whole are all [u]crap[/u] and they're "famouse" because they "did it first". Anyone who agrees [url=http://www.bungie.net/fanclub/NuRockHome/GroupHome.aspx][u]click here[/u][/url]. [/quote] Wow. no comment.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Casey [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] GothGuy [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] ccjamp I like most of linkin' Parks songs. I personally think Led Zepplin is....weird.[/quote] Damn. Straight. I [i]hate[/i] classic rock. Rolling Stones, Zeppelin, Ozzy - they all have good [i]parts[/i], but the songs on the whole are all [u]crap[/u] and they're "famouse" because they "did it first". Anyone who agrees [url=http://www.bungie.net/fanclub/NuRockHome/GroupHome.aspx][u]click here[/u][/url]. [/quote] My respect for you has just decreased greatly.[/quote] Same here. Classic rock will always be the best. [Edited on 6/2/2005]
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] GothGuy [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] ccjamp I like most of linkin' Parks songs. I personally think Led Zepplin is....weird.[/quote] Damn. Straight. I [i]hate[/i] classic rock. Rolling Stones, Zeppelin, Ozzy - they all have good [i]parts[/i], but the songs on the whole are all [u]crap[/u] and they're "famouse" because they "did it first". Anyone who agrees [url=http://www.bungie.net/fanclub/NuRockHome/GroupHome.aspx][u]click here[/u][/url]. [/quote] My respect for you has just decreased greatly.
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  • No one will remember Linkin Park in 20 years - we'll all still be listening to Zep & The Eagles. Linkin Park is catchy, but they really aren't bringing anything new to the table. The rap/rock thing has been around for a while now. I could see people still listening to NIN in 20 years though.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] poopy woopy nuff said. The guy is awesome. Best....Musician....Ever[/quote] The [i]guy[/i]? You mean, the [i]band.[/i]
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