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    classic metal? ^_^;;
    That'd be stuff like Sabbath or Maiden.
    It's a battle I can't win aye? lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blim View Post
    Ryth, much as i love Jaco's bass playing (and im sure he would do a great job) hes not really a rock bassist, i reckon lets save him for the ultimate jazz band.
    You're right...but I would've felt bad if I didn't put him there.


    And I feel really bad I forgot to put in Keith Moon.
    Last edited by Ryth; 08-21-2007 at 01:40 AM.

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    Ryth we can use your list if you will continue to update it as we all decide on who is the best, does that sound good?

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    A few more thoughts:

    Vox:
    Ian Gillan
    Janis Joplin

    Guitar:
    Bernie Marsden/Mick Moody
    Scott Gorham

    Bass:
    Andy Fraser
    Paul Mcartney (i know out of genre and a prat but his melodic style would suit and as a bassist hes underated)

    How are we gonna choose who gets the gig?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Masamunemaster View Post
    Ryth we can use your list if you will continue to update it as we all decide on who is the best, does that sound good?
    My list wouldn't logically work..there's like four people on drums. I'm just saying they'd be good representatives, I don't think many people know the people on my list well enough.


    Honestly we don't have enough voted for any one person to set it up appropiately. I think we should try again with a new genre, classic rock is too damn broad.
    Last edited by Ryth; 08-22-2007 at 11:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryth View Post
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    Ryth we can use your list if you will continue to update it as we all decide on who is the best, does that sound good?
    My list wouldn't logically work..there's like four people on drums. I'm just saying they'd be good representatives, I don't think many people know the people on my list well enough.


    Honestly we don't have enough voted for any one person to set it up appropiately. I think we should try again with a new genre, classic rock is too damn broad.
    I dont think there is anyone on your list who is obscure. And the same problem will crop upwith every genre. Its a shame you cant have a number of polls within threads i.e. poll for classic rock singer, then bass, guitar, drums etc within one thread.

    If we do go to another genre can i suggest:

    80's Thrash:

    Drums: Dave Lombardo
    Bass: Cliff Burton
    Guitar: Jeff Hannemann
    Guitar: Kerry King
    Vocals: Glenn Benton
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    Quote Originally Posted by blim View Post
    If we do go to another genre can i suggest:

    80's Thrash:

    Drums: Dave Lombardo
    Bass: Cliff Burton
    Guitar: Jeff Hannemann
    Guitar: Kerry King
    Vocals: Glenn Benton
    I disagree with Jeff and Kerry, as much as I like Slayer they suck at writing solos. Dave Mustaine or Marty Friedman would be much better choices for guitarists. (though I'd probably keep Kerry or Jeff on rhythm guitar for their awesome riffage)
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    What, no keyboard ?

    Emerson, Lake & Palmer anyone ?
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    Everytime I see this thread I want to just go:

    Sean Connery.
    What I've been listening to:

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    Quote Originally Posted by blim View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ryth View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Masamunemaster View Post
    Ryth we can use your list if you will continue to update it as we all decide on who is the best, does that sound good?
    My list wouldn't logically work..there's like four people on drums. I'm just saying they'd be good representatives, I don't think many people know the people on my list well enough.


    Honestly we don't have enough voted for any one person to set it up appropiately. I think we should try again with a new genre, classic rock is too damn broad.
    I dont think there is anyone on your list who is obscure. And the same problem will crop upwith every genre. Its a shame you cant have a number of polls within threads i.e. poll for classic rock singer, then bass, guitar, drums etc within one thread.

    If we do go to another genre can i suggest:

    80's Thrash:

    Drums: Dave Lombardo
    Bass: Cliff Burton
    Guitar: Jeff Hannemann
    Guitar: Kerry King
    Vocals: Glenn Benton
    You'd be surprised how many people don't know the magic of Robert Fripp.

    Well in thrash...

    Drums: Dave Lombardo
    Bass: Cliff Burton
    Guitar: Dave Mustaine
    Guitar: Kerry King or Marty Friedman
    Vocals: Tom Araya or Mille Petrozza


    As for synths, I suppose we should...at least for genres like progressive (which we do need to get to like now!). ELP is win by the way.
    Last edited by Ryth; 08-23-2007 at 06:36 AM.

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    so can everyone agree on dave and cliff so far?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rengori View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by blim View Post
    If we do go to another genre can i suggest:

    80's Thrash:

    Drums: Dave Lombardo
    Bass: Cliff Burton
    Guitar: Jeff Hannemann
    Guitar: Kerry King
    Vocals: Glenn Benton
    I disagree with Jeff and Kerry, as much as I like Slayer they suck at writing solos. Dave Mustaine or Marty Friedman would be much better choices for guitarists. (though I'd probably keep Kerry or Jeff on rhythm guitar for their awesome riffage)
    Solos suck anyway but in that case Dimebag can replace Kerry.
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    I wouldn't pick Dimebag personally.

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