Perfect for Singstar though :\
My opinion... Videotape by Radiohead is a bad album ending... it has a perfect cut-off point but it just goes on and it really IMO messes up the ending
I personally think everyone that resorts to the "but it's called ROCK band!" argument when debating the inclusion of non-rock DLC should receive a prompt kick to the temple. HMX developers have repeatedly said that they will release DLC that is decidedly non-rock in nature when the time comes; stop using this crappy argument as a legitimate point.
I love The Who a lot, but I find most of the studio album of Who's Next to be very boring.
EDIT: Oh, and before you post, don't believe I'm only talking comparatively speaking with their live albums. I also have more fun listening to "Fountain of Lamneth" by Rush than "Love Ain't For Keeping", though I still like the songs on Who's Next. They're just so boring...
Pantera is overrated
(runs away and hides in giant flame ******ant bubble)
While I respect him, since he is one of the few pop artists who makes respectable music, I've just never been fan of Prince.
I'm checking out My Bloody Valentine...
By god this stuff is pretty good!
Megadeth > Metallica
(No Pussyfooting) is one of the best albums involving Robert Fripp.
Nursery Cryme is the best Genesis album.
While I love all line-ups of Pink Floyd, I think the original line-up with Syd is the best.
I believe the Who surviving without Keith Moon is incredible.
I believe the Who surviving without Keith and John is an absolute miracle.
Why does this metalcore trend continue onwards? The bands all sound the same and pretty much try to mimic the Gothenburg sound. I mean, it's a good thing to draw inspiration from but, stop trying to sounds like In Flames already!
i think that metalcore, along with hardcore punk and screamo (all three being genres i previously pronounced dead), still display potential to be awesome underground genres of music (complete with innovative and exciting bands) again...
bands like steel nation, cursed, and the saddest landscape all display enough hope for me to forget about all of the crap that the major labels are pushing.
My Bloody Valentine is a ****ty emo band :rolleyes:
Shoegaze > every other genre :O
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame should be dismantled, pillaged, and burned to the ground how does Metallica get nomintated their first year of eligibility, but not Stevie Ray Vaughn? Also, how the hell does Madonna get in before Alice Cooper!
-Metallica usually have longer songs. While this seems trivial, one of the characteristic elements of Thrash metal is the length. Thrash would often extend the length of their songs, to fit in multiple time signatures, and to help escape mainstream cliche's.
- Metallica generally have much more distorted instruments, another huge characteristic of Thrash metal.
- Metallica usually contains harsher, deeper vocals, as compared to the much higher pitched vocal style of the early Dave Mustaine.
- Metallica usually have better written lyrics.
- Metallica arguably recorded one of the first Thrash records, although much of it was thanks to Dave Mustaine.
- Metallica seems to change tempo's more frequently, although that is definitely up for debate.
Of course, I can say many things that Megadeth do better than Metallica.