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    Compiling a list of great songs every man (women, too) should listen to

    As a compliment to the wildly popular movie thread of the same name I've started this one. Here's a few from my personal collection.

    Ted Nugent - Fred Bear
    Metallica - Anything before Load
    Eric Clapton - Layla
    Megadeth - Symphony of Destruction
    Guns N Roses - November Rain
    Disturbed - EVERYTHING!
    Johnny Cash - Hurt
    Johnny Cash - Ring of Fire
    Paul Wall - They Don't Know
    T.I - 24's
    Ludacris - Growing Pains
    Lil Troy - Wanna Be a Baller
    Pearl Jam - Last Kiss
    Johnny Horton - Saginaw, Michigan (I'm quite biased since that's my hometown)
    John Lennon - Imagine
    Beatles - Hey, Jude
    Beatles - Let It Be
    Frank Sinatra - My Way
    Up, up, and OKAAAAY!!!

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    First, this should be moved to music.....


    LIVE - All of it, start at the beginning Mental Jewelry and go from their
    Pearl Jam - VS, Ten
    STP all four albums
    Beatles - All
    Zepplin - Just about everything
    Floyd - entire collection
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    It's in the movies/TV/music > other section so I figured it was good enough.
    Up, up, and OKAAAAY!!!

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    Other If it's not a Star Wars movie, it goes here!

    Hence meaning movies ya Flornbi
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    #24 - Gone but not forgotten

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    Caesar would be dissapointed that Aerosmith hasn't ben mentioned yet.

    Quote Originally Posted by kidhuman
    Beatles - All
    Zepplin - Just about everything
    Floyd - entire collection
    Yes, yes, YES! Don't stop a-rockin'.

    Muddy Waters: Pretty much everything
    John Lee Hooker - Bang, Bang, Bang, Bang
    Jimi Hendrix - All of it, but my favorites are Castles Made of Sand and All Along the Watchtower
    Faith No More: Falling to Pieces
    Ozzy Osbourne: Crazy Train
    Rolling Stones - Paint it Black
    Alice In Chains: all of it.
    P Funk: Flashlight
    Queensryche: Empire
    Jane's Addiction - Jane Says
    Blue Man Group w/ Dave Matthews - Sing a Song
    Tool - Sober
    Godsmack - Voodoo, Awake
    The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again
    Tom Petty - Don't Come Around Here No More and Runnin' Down a Dream
    Ghetto Boys - Damn It Feels Good To Be A Gangsta (From Office Space)
    Eddie Murphy: Party all the time
    Yo momma. That's right, I said "yo momma".

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    Quote Originally Posted by kh
    STP all four albums
    Five albums (six if you count the greatest hits collection).

    And I agree.
    [FONT=Book Antiqua]He passes to Moses - He shoots, he scores![/FONT]
    Mummy of the raincoat is a gigantic trollop.
    DOMINATE!


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    When did the last album come out?
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    #24 - Gone but not forgotten

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    Shangri-La Dee Da came out in 2001.
    The only real single was "Days of the Week" which didn't do a whole lot. Barely went gold, IIRC.

    Thank You, the Greatest Hits album came out in late 2003.
    [FONT=Book Antiqua]He passes to Moses - He shoots, he scores![/FONT]
    Mummy of the raincoat is a gigantic trollop.
    DOMINATE!


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    I can't believe the thread wasn't opened first and foremost with a prayer to Lemmy Kilmister. A man's man behind man's music in the form known as Motorhead. I think I grow an extra - ...well, let's just say I become more of a man each time I hear 'em.

    I will also have to recommend the complete works of Black Label Society.
    Back and more bearded than ever before

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    Down - Eye's of the South
    Jimi H. - Little Wing
    Pantera - War Nerve
    Apparently I underestimated my underestimate of their chances.

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