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Post your five favorite bands and I will mock and generalize you.

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, May 27, 2007.

  1. migo

    migo Senior member

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    No particular order...

    Jamiroquai
    Coldplay
    Keane
    Metallica
    Three 6 Mafia (not sure if that's a band, but someone said they liked NWA, so yea)
     
  2. Bergdorf Goodwill

    Bergdorf Goodwill Senior member

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    No particular order... Jamiroquai Coldplay Keane Metallica Three 6 Mafia (not sure if that's a band, but someone said they liked NWA, so yea)
    You have fumbled to turn down music while stopped at a red light in an unfamiliar neighborhood in order to avoid certain looks.
     
  3. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim Senior member

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    Wasp
    Cake
    Hole
    Tool
    Rush

    [​IMG]

    I am playing a game.
     
  4. Bergdorf Goodwill

    Bergdorf Goodwill Senior member

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    Wasp
    Cake
    Hole
    Tool
    Rush

    [​IMG]

    I am playing a game.


    [​IMG]

    The answer is either: "four letter words" or "Tokyo Slim writes a minimalistic story of unease using only band names."
     
  5. Baron

    Baron Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Threads like this are what the internet was invented for.
     
  6. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim Senior member

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  7. migo

    migo Senior member

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    You have fumbled to turn down music while stopped at a red light in an unfamiliar neighborhood in order to avoid certain looks.

    This way, I can survive in a very large percentage of neighborhoods [​IMG]
     
  8. Nantucket Red

    Nantucket Red Senior member

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    Here is a list rife with latent homosexuality, the kind of list I like. A tribute to you sir.

    I will probably think of this comment and fail to suppress laughter during an important meeting and end up getting fired. Thanks in advance.
     
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    Thomas Senior member

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    In order of preference...

    The Clash
    Husker Du
    The Beatles
    current era Dylan
    Afghan Whigs
     
  11. Bona Drag

    Bona Drag Senior member

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    Ian MacKaye or Adolf Hitler: pick a god you confused fuck. For reference, I was wearing footie pajamas and smiling without the cloud of self-awareness in '88 (see also: movin' weight). How can you be so impossibly decrepit? What is it like to be so very near death? I must commend your use of the year of 1988 in combination with Skrewdriver, though. You are sending some pretty covert "hile hilter lol" messages here, and I hope that the Rahowa listeners of StyleForum are receiving them. Despite your advanced age, I am proud to have a race traitor like you on Our Side in the Coming Struggle.

    Yeah, Jason, not to call you out, but your Skrewdriver references (I can think of at least a couple others) sort of freak me out...
     
  12. lakewolf

    lakewolf Senior member

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    My younger days list...

    King Crimson
    Gentle Giant
    Genesis ( from 69 to 74 )
    Soft Machine
    Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention
     
  13. Get Smart

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    Yeah, Jason, not to call you out, but your Skrewdriver references (I can think of at least a couple others) sort of freak me out...

    word.

    I come from the 'good ol days' when "skins were skins first", politics aside. *we* listened to everything 'relevant', from Skrewdriver to The Specials to Brutal Attack to Bad Manners to The 4 Skins to Desmond Dekkar, etc etc. Personally, I love Skrewdriver's "All Skrewed Up", "Boots and Braces", "Hail the New Dawn" and "Blood and Honour" records. As for their sketchy lyrics? I can listen to far right lyrics as easily as far left, it really makes no impact on me cuz I know where my own politics lie.

    some trivia about Ian Stuart...he had a huge Trojan records collection, was Suggs from Madness' best friend, and an early lineup of Skrewdriver opened up for the Police.

    The biography on Stuart called "Nazi Rockstar" is fantastic. Very interesting read and is actually as objective as a book on such a controversial fella can be.
     
  14. Bona Drag

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    Just curious; obviously, I wasn't trying to imply you're some sort of white supremacist psycho, b/c I know that's not the case. I suppose I just wondered how you justified buying and enjoying their records. Thanks for the explainer...

    Ahem. Back on topic:

    The Smiths (anyone surprised?)
    Pulp
    T. Rex
    The Jesus & Mary Chain
    Spiritualized


    Mostly off the top of my head; not necessarily set in stone or anything...
     
  15. Get Smart

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    I wasn't trying to imply you're some sort of white supremacist psycho...

    Yellow Supremacist Psycho wouldn't be too far off tho....[​IMG]
     
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    Riblja Corba
    Leb i Sol
    Bijelo Dugme
    Merlin
    Arhangel

    I'm ready to be generalized...
     
  17. Nantucket Red

    Nantucket Red Senior member

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    My younger days list...

    King Crimson
    Gentle Giant
    Genesis ( from 69 to 74 )
    Soft Machine
    Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention


    Soft Machine!

    We have similar tastes in music and you like Asian women too. Cheers!
     
  18. mongo615

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    Tubeway Army
    Kraftwerk
    Yellow Magic Orchestra
    Cabaret Voltaire
    Crass
     
  19. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim Senior member

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    Uh... an easy one.

    Veruca Salt
    Toto
    Duran Duran
    Replicants
    Atreyu
     
  20. FLMountainMan

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    I will not be subverted by your Cracked Magazine antics.


    The funny thing is that's the third time I've done that in these "favorite band/song" threads and first it's been noticed. Isn't there a law about that - Hanson's Law or something?
     

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