Top 5 of the 70's;
Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, The Velvet Underground/Lou Reed, The Ramones, Neil Young
Honorable mention: George Clinton/Funkadelic, Fleetwood Mac
Wow! This is a public list, electricpawn. While you're being interrogated at some police station in Kansas, you're going to have to explain your list, or else you're a terrorist.
You only have two from the eighties, Lisa. Three more
I'll try. These are sooooo provisional. I'm really biting my tongue.
Metallica - no synth there, and I kinda like their 80's stuff. They're pricks though.
How about songs? lol Some songs worked for me.
Kate Bush - Running up that Hill
Pet Shop Boys - West End Girls
The Smiths - the 'I am human and I need to be loved' song, whatever the title is
The Motels - One Summer
Aimee Mann - Voices Carry
Oh this is embarrassing: Duran Duran - Hungry Like the Wolf
Frankie Goes to Hollywood - Relax
This is hurting my brain more than whatever I drank after the Long Island Iced Tea.
You still need two more. You can't just mention some songs and claim boozitis
Cool! You're going to be some type of Olympiad-ironman-person-thing! Yes, Peter Gabriel counts
Now, the nineties
For the nineties, I'm going to say My Bloody Valentine; Pearl Jam; Nirvana; Radiohead, and Mazzy Star
The top 5 of the 80's;
Van Halen,Whatever band Mark Knoffler was in, Genesis, Peter Gabriel (stolen from Lisa), The Traveling Wilburies
Honorable Mention: Hey, I had trouble thinking of 5.
Seriously, this is a slow list of peeps. Are y'all saying that you don't want to list the best bands/singer of the past decades? Whoever is viewing this thread, and doesn't post the best music they've experienced, is gutless
Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, Tool, and the Spice Girls. ;)
Wow! Thanks Lisa!
hmm. 60's ?
5 from the 90's;
Pearl Jam, Neil Young, Nirvana, REM, Talking Heads
Still thinking. Could do the 80's suppose:
Odd version (but good)
Like Better Days & Not Fade Away!
I had Hendrix Red-House ready. Got back here you had posted it !