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    I guess... just thinking about it...

    Matthew Bellamy, Damon Albarn and Thom Yorke

    Probably the most influential British musicians and song writers from the past 2 decades (yeah, fuck oasis)... all in Coachella this year.

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    i know... it just occurred to me as I was watching muse live at wembley.. I tought.. that's bad... and gorillaz will be bad as well.. and thom yorke.. damm.. good british acts this year.

    that's ok.. I'll just put my anti-flaming shield on.

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    This guy might be Hispanic.

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    This guy might be Hispanic.
    si senior

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    si senior
    Illiterate too.

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    Douche

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    confused troll is confused about his trollness
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    And stinkbutt leaving a motorhead set when you know he's dying just to talk shit ? Your a shitty person as well .please let mja give you an anal love disease .

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    I'd only agree with one of those...Thom Yorke.

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    axis of evil?

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    I agree with 2/3 of your post. Muse isn't anything special

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    LAME POST. what like you have never heard of Ian f-ing Brown?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokinPenguin View Post
    I agree with 2/3 of your post. Muse isn't anything special
    Muse is the only thing keeping rock alive

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPX_clothing View Post
    LAME POST. what like you have never heard of Ian f-ing Brown?
    well... yeah.. I did forgot about the stone roses... but some might argue Chris Martin might deserve that spot instead.

    "commercial" and "influential"... big difference I guess. I do like the stone roses btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhatLies View Post
    Muse is the only thing keeping rock alive
    Okay, seriously?

    You must only listen to KROQ in your 2003 Tahoe.

    GTFO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhatLies View Post
    Muse is the only thing keeping rock alive
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    Yea I think a lot of men think they are bad ass, but a 12 year old with a AK can take me out I know ...... cr****

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoHungry310 View Post
    Okay, seriously?

    You must only listen to KROQ in your 2003 Tahoe.

    GTFO.
    I don't listen to the radio and I have a 95 explorer so your sort of close there lol.

    In all seriousness, who else is carrying the torch for rock music? What other band that became popular in this decade is carrying on the big stadium rock show tradition? No one (except maybe kings of leon but they're more in the dave matthews category but thats my opinion).

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    Why do you think the 'big stadium rock show tradition' is worth carrying on?

    also, Muse sucks donkey balls.
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    ^This

    On both counts
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokinPenguin View Post
    I agree with 2/3 of your post. Muse isn't anything special
    I've seen Muse live twice now, and they are something very special. They are absolutely brilliant live. Its truly something to see. Honestly, I wouldn't skip them for anyone at the concert even though I've seen them twice already

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomAz View Post
    Why do you think the 'big stadium rock show tradition' is worth carrying on?

    also, Muse sucks donkey balls.
    thats like saying electronic music should carry on without a rave scene. Rocks foundation is based off of this tradition. Don't you value what the Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Led Zeppelin contributed to music? They're the founding fathers of rock and roll and it disgusts me that its turned into what it is now. Much of that reason is because of hip hop, mtv, and the internet. I hate how Jay Z played a part in killing the rock tradition and now he's coming around and pretending to be a rockstar. Fuck him, he should never be welcomed to any music fest as he's one of the reasons as to why in 10 years we will no longer have musicians that are "headliners."

    Matthew Bellamy is a very gifted musician and he's doing a fine job of carrying on the rock legacy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhatLies View Post
    thats like saying electronic music should carry on without a rave scene. Rocks foundation is based off of this tradition. Don't you value what the Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Led Zeppelin contributed to music? They're the founding fathers of rock and roll and it disgusts me that its turned into what it is now. Much of that reason is because of hip hop, mtv, and the internet. I hate how Jay Z played a part in killing the rock tradition and now he's coming around and pretending to be a rockstar. Fuck him, he should never be welcomed to any music fest as he's one of the reasons as to why in 10 years we will no longer have musicians that are "headliners."

    Matthew Bellamy is a very gifted musician and he's doing a fine job of carrying on the rock legacy.
    EPIC FAIL

    You know so little about the history of rock and roll, it is absolutely staggering. Now this may be a shock to you, but rock and roll did not get its start in arenas and stadiums. If you're looking for the founding fathers of rock, go listen to Louis Jordan, Wynonie Harris, Ike Turner, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, and Jimmy Reed. Once finished, you can progress to Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Buddy Holly, and Eddie Cochran. THEN, you can finally get to the Beatles, Stones, Zep, Bowie etc. that you're jizzing yourself over. If those guys were here, they would tell you to do the same thing.

    If killing the "rock tradition" means getting rid of idiot dipshits like yourself, I'm all for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhatLies View Post
    thats like saying electronic music should carry on without a rave scene. Rocks foundation is based off of this tradition. Don't you value what the Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Led Zeppelin contributed to music? They're the founding fathers of rock and roll and it disgusts me that its turned into what it is now. Much of that reason is because of hip hop, mtv, and the internet. I hate how Jay Z played a part in killing the rock tradition and now he's coming around and pretending to be a rockstar. Fuck him, he should never be welcomed to any music fest as he's one of the reasons as to why in 10 years we will no longer have musicians that are "headliners."

    Matthew Bellamy is a very gifted musician and he's doing a fine job of carrying on the rock legacy.
    Dude. Once again, WTF!

    The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Led, as GREAT AS THEY ARE, did NOT start rock and roll.

    They strongly influenced it, but their successes were only innovations on an already invented concept.

    If you want real rock and roll, check out some of the above mentioned artists. They are originators.

    Muse, if anything, is harming your beloved concept of "real stadium rock" with their posh attire and pussy haircuts. They are no where near the level of talent/success as any artists mentioned in your post or the one above me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greghead View Post
    EPIC FAIL

    You know so little about the history of rock and roll, it is absolutely staggering. Now this may be a shock to you, but rock and roll did not get its start in arenas and stadiums. If you're looking for the founding fathers of rock, go listen to Louis Jordan, Wynonie Harris, Ike Turner, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, and Jimmy Reed. Once finished, you can progress to Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Buddy Holly, and Eddie Cochran. THEN, you can finally get to the Beatles, Stones, Zep, Bowie etc. that you're jizzing yourself over. If those guys were here, they would tell you to do the same thing.

    If killing the "rock tradition" means getting rid of idiot dipshits like yourself, I'm all for it.
    no shit that wasn't pertinent to my point. Why would i be bringing up blues rock from which the stones and zeppelin got their influences from. Muddy waters etc sparked the british invasion (as they generated interest in the brits, which made the beatles etc to bring stadium rock to the states)
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    my bad on saying founding fathers of rock and roll i should of used different terminology

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    Quote Originally Posted by greghead View Post
    EPIC FAIL

    You know so little about the history of rock and roll, it is absolutely staggering. Now this may be a shock to you, but rock and roll did not get its start in arenas and stadiums. If you're looking for the founding fathers of rock, go listen to Louis Jordan, Wynonie Harris, Ike Turner, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, and Jimmy Reed. Once finished, you can progress to Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Buddy Holly, and Eddie Cochran. THEN, you can finally get to the Beatles, Stones, Zep, Bowie etc. that you're jizzing yourself over. If those guys were here, they would tell you to do the same thing.

    If killing the "rock tradition" means getting rid of idiot dipshits like yourself, I'm all for it.

    The easiest class i've taken in college was Rock & Roll American history so I know exactly what your talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhatLies View Post
    The easiest class i've taken in college was Rock & Roll American history so I know exactly what your talking about.
    Just because it was easy doesn't mean you understand it.

    Just because you're in college doesn't mean your opinions are facts by default.
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    Only if you say his name thrice while in the bathroom at night with the lights turned out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoHungry310 View Post
    Dude. Once again, WTF!

    The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Led, as GREAT AS THEY ARE, did NOT start rock and roll.

    They strongly influenced it, but their successes were only innovations on an already invented concept.

    If you want real rock and roll, check out some of the above mentioned artists. They are originators.

    Muse, if anything, is harming your beloved concept of "real stadium rock" with their posh attire and pussy haircuts. They are no where near the level of talent/success as any artists mentioned in your post or the one above me.
    They're not harming it at all, they're just making it relevant to today. Music is ever changing and I understand that. Its just sad when we are losing aspects of the old that should be carried on by the new.

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