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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Chris Casny, May 24, 2006.

  1. Roothawg
    Joined: Mar 14, 2001
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  2. Sutton
    Joined: Apr 7, 2005
    Posts: 699

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    from BTR

    All of the bands listed are good.

    Rage againist the machine will get you going too.....
     
  3. Brewton
    Joined: Jun 24, 2005
    Posts: 884

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    AC/DC
    SRV
    Thorogood
    ZZ Top
    Old Metallica
    Dwight Yoakam
    Social Distortion
     
  4. Fat Hack
    Joined: Nov 30, 2002
    Posts: 7,709

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    from Detroit

    I do my best work while listening to House Of Schock and also the "forgotten albums" from classic bands...like ZZ Top's "Afterburner" album, Boston's "Third Stage", John Cougar's "Scarecrow", Tom Petty's "Southern Accents", Joan Jett's "Album", George Thorogood's "Maverick", and Ted Nugent's "Intensities In Ten Cities".

    For motivational inspiration, I turn to L7's "Bricks Are Heavy" album and Phantom Blue's "Built To Perform", as well as instrumental albums from Brad Gillis, Earl Slick and Jennifer Batten.

    It IS a part of the creative process for sure!

    :cool:
     
  5. Spitfire1776
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    from York, PA

    It changes from time to time, but lately its been Cannibal Corpse and Sepultura.
     
  6. Redneck Smooth
    Joined: Apr 19, 2004
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    from Cincinnati

    Lately, it's been Johnny Horton...
     
  7. Chris Casny
    Joined: Mar 13, 2006
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    I have a wierd ass variety going on from Bob Marley, Motorhead, Clash, Sex Pistols, Chilli Peppers, Rollin's, Peter Tosh, Stray Cats, GG Allin, Six Feet Under to Hank Williams.
    But AC/DC is my first love, ever since my dad tock me to see them in 77, when I was 8.
    And yes, Bon Scott, was the man.
     
  8. "every time i hear "orinoco flow" it just makes me want to bang out another hot rod."

    Milli Vannili? Michael Bolton?

    You guys are SO under suspicion. . . . .
     
  9. . . . .and now, back to the show. . . .

    Yeah, Bon Scott AC/DC, Humble Pie, DLR era Van Halen all with the volume pretty pegged.
     
  10. skumbag
    Joined: Feb 16, 2005
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    i've been listening to a lot of social distortion latley.

    matt
     
  11. Plowboy
    Joined: Nov 8, 2002
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    I often feel "the rhythm of the night" ha ha ha

    I have a 300 disc CD changer mostly full of the finest obscure 80's hair metal in the garage. It is set to play at random to a pair of Klipch's with 15 inch woofers up in the corners of the garage. My old lady can often times not hear the TV inside because I am rocking out across the yard with my ear plugs in so I don't have to listen to the air compressor.

    as for the greatest bands I like to hear pop up at random:

    Guns and Roses
    Pretty Boy Floyd
    Bang Tango/Beautiful Creatures
    The greatest Rock and roll band to come from Lexington Illinois - Demolition Derby
    Kix
    Great White
    Fu Manchu
    Cinderella
    LA Guns
    Salty Dog
    Murderdolls/Frankenstein Drag Queens
    and let us not forget...The Sea Hags!
     
  12. PorkChop
    Joined: Jan 31, 2002
    Posts: 189

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    from Austin

    Fu Manchu
    Clutch
    Players Club
    Sabbath
    Slayer
    Dead to Fall
    Turbonegro
    Danzig
    Eminem
    Eaze E
    NWA
    Dre
    Everlast

    thats the fairly constant list of tunes I jam to at the shop..and of course other shit that the rest of the boys wanna hear..
     
  13. Mike
    Joined: Mar 5, 2001
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    When I need some inspiration, I put on some Richard Clayderman or some Zamfir. Kick ass baby!
     
  14. AC/DC for sure and the HEADSTONES,you southern guys would love these guys.The lead singer has split from the band to form his own band the Hugh Dillion Redemption Choir http://www.thehdrc.com/
    And I agree listening to Bon Scott really fuckin loud causes speedin tickets,but who gives a shit?Right boys......Shiny
     
  15. Olson
    Joined: Aug 11, 2005
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    CLUTCH
    Melvins
    Tomahawk
    Mr. Bungle
    Bauhaus
    Butthole Surfers
    Kyuss
    Fu Manchu
    Janes Addiction (the old stuff not the watered down later crap)
    Smashing Pumkins (same...the old stuff)

    and of course, old Black Sabbath.

    Olson
     
  16. Olson
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    Sunnubbabitch. I was at 666 posts and didn't even notice it.

    lol

    Olson
     
  17. johnny bondo
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    from illinois

    all hell breaks loose or halloween by the misfits are some fo the best. some gg allin is good too. a little you hate me and i hate you.
     
  18. CedarSpeed
    Joined: Aug 8, 2005
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    i like a couple local bands that have great albums out
    supafuzz-- rock
    Taildragger-- blues
    both great guitar work

    check em out at minesbiggerthanyous.com

    metallica
    ac/dc/
    korn
    srv
    old motley crue
    waylon
    godsmack
    gnr
    snoopdogg
    dr dre
    ice cube

    on & on hell just no back street bull crap bubblegum boy band girl band crap on the radio
     
  19. Rem
    Joined: Mar 6, 2006
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    For sawing and grinding and welding it's hard to beat The Cramps, The Demonics or The Ramones.

    And for generally getting nothin' done on a sunny day, some Trojan ska and reggae.

    The rest of the time, well just about any blues, soul, country and rockabilly will keep me entertained.

    And kids, just remember this: Death before Disco!
     
  20. back seat betty
    Joined: May 10, 2006
    Posts: 73

    back seat betty
    BANNED

    Love the sound of burning rubber and the tone of grinding steel!
    What ever your style , punch the pedal to the metal....
    BSB
     
  21. kropduster
    Joined: Oct 19, 2005
    Posts: 681

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    CLUTCH
    Rage Against the Machine
    Zombie
    legendary shack shakers
    Necromantics
    Tom Waits
    Hank I-III
    Johnny Cash
    the Ziggins
    Primus
    and on and on.....
     
  22. Lucky Strike
    Joined: Aug 14, 2004
    Posts: 1,665

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    Oh, ya, I forgot:

    Bleed

    Bleed

    Bleed

    Bleed

    Bleed

    and, Oh ya,

    Bleed.
     
  23. 1- shot slinger
    Joined: Dec 7, 2005
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    As for me I'm all over the place...

    Primus
    OP IV
    Social D
    The Quakes
    Stray Cats
    Hank Williams I & III
    George Jones
    Johnny Cash
    MetallicA
    Godsmack
    Alice In Chains
    Gene Vincent
    CLUTCH
    Deadbolt
    Tiger Army
    Reverend Horton Heat
    Agent Orange
    Rancid
    Talking Heads
    Nekromantix
    Misfits

    ....I know I'm leavin' a lot out...:D
     
  24. Olson
    Joined: Aug 11, 2005
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    Yeah ya just can't type 'em all 1shot. My list would go on for 3 pages.

    Can't believe nobodies crankin' on some Barry White.

    Olson
     
  25. AC/DC makes me wanna do alot of things!!! Haha...
    I ADORE ANGUS YOUNG!!!
    One of the reason why I picked up a geetar!!!
    xoxox
    PV
     
  26. William Shattner & David Hasselhoff.:eek:

    SRV, Jimi, Buddy Guy, BB King, Robin Trower, Crosby Stills & Nash w/o Young, Jeff. Airplane, Allman Bros., Dick Dale, Jeff Beck, Skynyrd, Janis Joplin, R.L. Burnside, T-Bone Walker, Muddy Waters, Eric Burdon, Junior Kimbrough, 3 Doors Down, Judas Priest British Steel, Cash, Marty Robbins, The Rip Chords, Sheryl Crow, Natalie Merchant, Wille Nelson, George Jones, Merle Haggard, various Latin & Cuban music, etc...


    .
     
  27. Fuck! I cant believe I missed Janis Joplin, My No#1. First white female to be accepted into the Blues Hall of Fame. That chick rocked!
    RIP Janis.

    Doc.
     
  28. DD
    Joined: Feb 16, 2005
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    from illinois

    What nobody listen's to Dick Dale or Dynotones?
     
  29. BlackFlag
    Joined: Jan 23, 2005
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    Sheeit, I think everybody listens to dick dale. Its hard to beat some good guitar, whether it be Brian Setzer, Dick Dale, ect. Im really suprised to see some people here listening to G.G. that dude did some crazy shit on and off the stage. lets see, Ill add the following to the list:
    Agnostic Front
    Madball
    CroMags
    BB King
    Big Bad Voodoo Daddies
    Blackflag
    The Casualties
    Dead Kennedys
    Dropkick Murphys
    David Allen Coe - funny shit, not a reflection of my views though
    Johnny Rebel - ditto.
    Merle Haggard
    Patton Oswalt
    Red Hot Chili Peppers
    Reverend Horton Heat
    Sublime
    Suicidal Tendencies
    Transplants
    U.S. Bombs
    Hammerlock
    Ill have to keep thinking, but I know Im missing a bunch
     
  30. Chris Casny
    Joined: Mar 13, 2006
    Posts: 4,873

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    Did see GG Allin a few time in the early 90's in NYC when I lived there. Sick motherf'''r.
    Did I mention,
    Turbonegro
    Circle Jerks
    Jimi Hendrix
    Morbid Angel
    Sepultura
    Rose Tattoo (staying with the Aussie theme)
    Roget Miret & the Disasters
    Lars Fredericksen
    PJ Harvey
    Down
    Tool
    AC/DC
     

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