List Your Top 10 All-Time Favorite Rock Bands
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re: List Your Top 10 All-Time Favorite Rock Bands
Posted by BRUNNIN4 on 11/28 at 1:17 pm to CXSteve
No order:

Metallica
Alice in Chains
QOTSA
Rush
Primus
Faith No More
Soundgarden
Pearl Jam
Kyuss
Pink Floyd


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Posted by heehaw on 11/28 at 1:22 pm to SanDiegeauxSteve
Pink Floyd
The Beatles
Led Zeppelin
Queen
CCR
REM
Grateful Dead
Rolling Stones
Tom Petty
Bob Dylan


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Posted by NachoReb on 11/28 at 1:24 pm to BRUNNIN4
Metallica
STP
LZ

All of my other favorite bands change as I get older



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Posted by kingbob on 11/28 at 3:27 pm to SanDiegeauxSteve
10. Rise Against
9. Rush
8. The Beatles
7. The Allman Brothers
6. Lynard Skynard
5. Foo Fighters
4. Streetlight Manifesto
3. Van Morrison
2. Jimi Hendrix
1. Led Zeppelin

Honorable Mentions:
Chicago
Trombone Shorty
Alter Bridge
Tower of Power
Stevie Wonder



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Posted by TigerTreyjpg on 11/28 at 4:29 pm to kingbob
Zep
Stones
Who
Queen
Cult
REM
Beatles
Skynyrd
Kinks
Allman Bros



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Posted by dime in the gutter on 11/28 at 10:19 pm to uglycasanova7
dbt
old shakey
dylan
beatles
the who
chuck prophet
jason molina/magnolia electric company
johnny cash
willie nelson
buddy holly
kinks
dexateens






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Posted by SanDiegeauxSteve on 11/29 at 8:49 am to dime in the gutter
Bumpin' and pimpin' ma thread.


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Posted by crownroyaltiger on 11/29 at 12:39 pm to SanDiegeauxSteve
Pearl Jam
Tool
Smashing Pumpkins
GNR
Rage
Stevie Ray
Foo Fighters
Led Zep
Linkin Park
80's Bon Jovi(had to throw in a gulity pleasure)



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Posted by Poodlebrain on 11/29 at 12:47 pm to crownroyaltiger
Deep Purple
Beatles
Rolling Stones
Led Zeppelin
Who
Black Sabbath
Eagles
Pink Floyd
Metallica
Police

It was hard to keep off two others, Journey and UFO.



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Posted by Dandy Lion on 11/29 at 1:08 pm to Poodlebrain
Roxy Music
JAMC
Pixies
Stones
Blur
Elvis Costello
David Bowie
CCR
Beatles
T Rex



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Posted by Fishwater on 11/29 at 7:19 pm to CottonWasKing
Allman Brothers Band
The Rolling Stones
Grateful Dead
Widespread Panic
The Band
Anders Osborne Trio
Ozzy Osborne
Neil Young (any NY project or band)
Gov't Mule (the original trio)
The Meters


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Posted by SanDiegeauxSteve on 11/29 at 8:08 pm to Fishwater
Thanks to (almost) everyone for following the rules and limiting it to 10 bands/artists. I want to see the tough cuts being made.


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Posted by Alahunter on 11/29 at 8:14 pm to SanDiegeauxSteve
No particular order:

Def Leppard
Bad Company
Kiss
AC/DC
Pink Floyd
Animals
CCR
Eagles
Aerosmith
Queen

unless I overlooked, I'm surprised I'm the first to mention Bad Company.


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Posted by SanDiegeauxSteve on 11/29 at 8:28 pm to Alahunter
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unless I overlooked, I'm surprised I'm the first to mention Bad Company.


They would have been on the next 10 for me, but I followed my own rules. I can't believe I didn't put The Doors, and I didn't notice their exclusion for 3 or 4 pages.



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Posted by parrotdr on 11/29 at 9:08 pm to Alahunter
quote:

I'm surprised I'm the first to mention Bad Company.


I thought about it, and I do love that band, but had to make the "tough cut". Gotta say, Paul Rogers has probably held up as good or better than any singer from that era.

My favorites from them were not their hits, but two other tracks from "Burnin' Sky":

Heartbeat

Man Needs Woman




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Posted by Tiger in Texas on 11/29 at 9:25 pm to BRUNNIN4
The Nice
Hawkwind
Ten Years After
Traffic
Velvet Underground
The Move
XTC
Led Zeppelin
Black Sabbath
Iron Butterfly
Make it 11, I can't leave out Pink Floyd!



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Posted by Alahunter on 11/29 at 9:38 pm to parrotdr
quote:

Paul Rogers has probably held up as good or better than any singer from that era.


I think so too. I loved them with Howe singing too, their Dangerous Age album rocked.

No smoke without a fire



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Posted by ShoeBang on 11/30 at 9:10 am to Alahunter
Led Zep
Rush
Soundgarden
Alice in Chains
Stone Temple Pilots
Foo Fighters
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Tool
Deftones
ZZ Top



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Posted by RollTide1987 on 11/30 at 11:33 am to SanDiegeauxSteve
1. Queen
2. The Beatles
3. Bon Jovi
4. Journey
5. Led Zeppelin
6. REM
7. The Rolling Stones
8. Fleetwood Mac
9. Aerosmith
10. Guns 'N Roses



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Posted by Peazey on 11/30 at 3:53 pm to SanDiegeauxSteve
Frank Zappa and the Mothers
The Beatles
The Kinks
Ween
The Jimi Hendrix Experience
The Band
Funkadelic
Mr. Bungle
Bob Dylan (wasn't sure about including him - not really a band)
John Lennon (solo - or him either)


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