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(stardust savant)
04/10/04 09:07 PM
Buttinsky new [re: Grey_Nihilist]  

Crazy Backwards Alphabet, Meat Puppets, Scatterbrain, They Might Be Giants, Alternative TV, Plastic People of the Universe, X-Legged Sally, Aquarium Rescue Unit, Bruce Hampton, George Clinton, Carl Grayson, Amy X Neuburg, Chris Opperman, Umphrey's McGee, Dino DiMuro, Flat Earth Society, Rick Bartow, Robbie 'Seahag' Mangano, Ossi Duri, Warren DeMartini, Mike Portnoy, Steve Vai, Fred, Tubes, Red Peters, Mike Gordon & Trey Anastasio (Phish), Guitar Guru, Prawns With Horns.


04/10/04 09:11 PM
Prawn of Satan new [re: ohramona]  

So creating the likes of Steve Vai and Phish is a good thing?

Oh babe, I'm going nowhere
Nowhere's where I want to be
And babe, I'm good for nothing
Nothing is good enough for me

(stardust savant)
04/10/04 09:14 PM
Picky picky picky new [re: Marquis]  

Oh. Now you want 20 good artists!


04/11/04 01:15 AM
Re: Picky picky picky new [re: ohramona]  

It's not that hard, let's just start off with what you had to begin with and see what's left...

George Clinton.

Uhh, well, George Clinton was in Parliament AND Funkadelic, so that counts as two, right?

I'll be appearing LIVE in London May 14th. Sure, it's a David Bowie show but you're all coming to see me. More importantly, you're coming to see me in my awesome new pants.

04/11/04 02:37 AM
Elbox new [re: NoControl]  

In reply to:

This isn't a popularity contest.

Actually it is, since it's about the "Most Experimental Popular Album of the 20th Century".

Nothing Is New

04/11/04 04:28 AM
Re: Elbox new [re: poorsoul]  

During concerts, why has Bowie introduced songs from LOW as "he's one from an album 30 of you bought"?


(electric tomato)
04/11/04 11:54 AM
Re: Elbox new [re: poorsoul]  

In reply to:

This isn't a popularity contest.


Actually it is, since it's about the "Most Experimental Popular Album of the 20th Century".

Just because it's experimental, doesn't mean it's any good (though I do like Low).

I will eat - YOUR - SOUL!

(stardust savant)
04/11/04 04:49 PM
I bet you dribble when you smile... new [re: NoControl]  

In reply to:

It's nice of you to respond to someone else's posts for them.

Man, I thought you were ragging on the real Pablo Picasso. It's hard to keep up with your rabidly confused posts.

In reply to:

that it's not even debatable


OK, because you demanded it:

Eggs (half dozen, free range)
Wholemeal loaf
Milk (2 litres)
Mushrooms (Button)

He's the son of a bad man...

(wild eyed peoploid)
04/12/04 01:48 AM
Re: Guest new [re: poorsoul]  

Just thought i'd stay out of the obvious conflict and interject about NIN 'The Fragile'. It's at least as popular as LOW. It did debut at number 1 on the Billboard charts. Although I believe it promptly fell out the next week. But still, it's a masterpiece, and belongs up there, if not ahead of 'LOW', which I love by the way. But if we're going on terms of sales+experimentation, i'm fairly certain 'The Fragile' sold more than 'Low' did, especially considering Fragile is only 5 years old. However, you can't go wrong with either. Plus i'm almost positive some of the instrumentals on Fragile are direct descendants of Low. Okay, so I solved nothing, but...

I cannot live, I cannot die

04/12/04 03:22 AM
Weep [re: The_Omen]  

Nothing on this thread solves anything. If we can't even resolve what constitutes "popular" and "experimental", then there's really nowhere for the debate to go.

Nothing Is New

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