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Cucumber
(electric tomato)
02/08/04 06:45 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Cucumber]  

Bowie.

Oops I should have used one of my alter egos.

Thanks to all those that have helped me locate threads.



Shyster
(electric tomato)
02/08/04 07:07 PM
Wanker new [re: Cucumber]  

In reply to:

Oops I should have used one of my alter egos.


Why?

They're all equally as boring and it'd came across just the same.

Crap.

NEXT!

thekillingmoon
(grinning soul)
02/08/04 07:30 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Cucumber]  

I would say the Beatles, I think their lyrics and melodies are much more varied and creative. And John Lennon and George Harrison are musical geniuses. However, I also think the Rolling Stones had some great rock n' roll songs. "Can You Hear Me Knockin" is one of my favorites. The Stones are also a bit sexier...even if Mick didn't look so great past 1975 and Keef didn't look great after 1970. But overall I would still have to go with the Beatles.

When you've seen beyond yourself - then you may find, peace of mind, is waiting there - And the time will come when you see we're all one, and life flows on within you and without you.

laughbritish
(grinning soul)
02/08/04 09:59 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

The Beatles, for reasons already posted

when being chased by a shark it's not how fast you swim but how much faster your swimming than the person next to you.

poorsoul
(acolyte)
02/09/04 00:02 AM
God Is A Concept [re: hangontoyourself]  

The Stones have a few good songs (mostly the early stuff like Paint It Black), whereas The Beatles have several good albums. I have tried listening to Exile On Main Street and Flowers but neither have enticed me to pursue further sonic adventures with the rocks which collect no simple vegetation.

I Forgot To Change It Before

poorsoul
(acolyte)
02/09/04 00:06 AM
The Monarchy [re: pablopicasso]  

In reply to:

For instance, there's two kinds of people in this world, Elvis people and Beatles people. Now Beatles people can like Elvis. And Elvis people can like the Beatles. But nobody likes them both equally. Somewhere you have to make a choice. And that choice tells me who you are.



I've never understood the infatuation with Elvis. I do like a couple of his songs (though I didn't even realise they were his) but he seems incredibly overhyped, especially by The Beatles.

I Forgot To Change It Before

Corinthianbewlay
(grinning soul)
02/09/04 01:52 AM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE [re: laughbritish]  

Where as the Stones were/are a great R'n'B based band and released my all-time fav. song "Paint It Black", The Beatles were a far superior musical group over all (yes, including Ringo) and all of the members went on to release great solo albums (although I think Paul's stuph is waaay too commercial for moi).
As a band they released some of the most interesting lyrics and albums (post Sgt. Pepper's) aside from DB.
So in my crumble opinion The Beatles are the better band

"There's never gonna be enough money/ There's never gonna be enough drugs/ And I'm never gonna get old."


emme
(grinning soul)
02/09/04 02:51 AM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Beatles. As much as I love the Stones, I think the Beatles have contributed more to music (and in a much shorter period of time).

The Stones were raunchy and sexy and played great balls-out rock and roll, while the Beatles were consistently more creative and experimental; always pushing themselves further, IMO.

Both great bands, in different ways. But I'm more a Beatles fan. Always will be.



Soulman
(crash course raver)
02/09/04 05:25 AM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Beatles. Stones have their moments too (buy Exile on Main St and you'll know) I discovered the fab four quite recently.

My hormones don't rage. Oh sure, they get mad sometimes, but then they just stop speaking to each other

diamondogz74
(crash course raver)
02/09/04 05:57 AM
Re: The Monarchy new [re: poorsoul]  

I always find it very easy to spot an Elvis fan,The nornal signs are!
1/Lank dyed black hair.
2/A big ass.
3/Poor taste in clothing.
4/Terrible body hygiene(phew!!!)
5/And lastly!,A sovereign ring on every finger including the thumbs.

London Bye Ta-Ta...


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