One More Satuday Night!

  • #101

      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

  • #102
    electricpawn wrote:

      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.

  • #103
    LisaV wrote:
    trysts wrote:

    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.

    Laughing

    You still need two more. You can't just mention some songs and claim boozitisLaughing

  • #104

    One moreLaughing

  • #105

    Cool! You're going to be some type of Olympiad-ironman-person-thing! Yes, Peter Gabriel countsLaughing

    Now, the ninetiesWink

  • #106

    For the nineties, I'm going to say My Bloody Valentine; Pearl Jam; Nirvana; Radiohead, and Mazzy StarWink

  • #107

    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.

  • #108

    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 gutlessLaughing

  • #109
    LisaV wrote:

    90's

    Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, Tool, and the Spice Girls.  ;)

    Wow! Thanks Lisa!

  • #110

    hmm. 60's ?

    1. Beatles
    2. Bob Dylan
    3. Hendrix
    4. Rolling Stones
    5. Paul Butterfield blues band
  • #111

  • #112

    5 from the 90's;

    Pearl Jam, Neil Young, Nirvana, REM, Talking Heads

  • #113

    Still thinking. Could do the 80's suppose:

    1. The Smiths.
    2. ---
    3. ---
    4. ---
    5. ---
  • #114

  • #115

  • #116

  • #117

    Odd version (but good)

  • #118

        Like Better Days & Not Fade Away!

  • #119

    I had Hendrix Red-House ready. Got back here you had posted it !

  • #120

or Join

Online Now