Stormageddon Registered User
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Zero1986 said:
That reminds me of a period about 6 or 7 years ago when tons of people seemingly liked the Misfits just so they could be seen wearing a Misfits t-shirt, hoodie or some sort of associated merchandise. How I laughed.


On that note....

http://http://www.redbubble.com/people/thundermonkey/works/8286453-who-the-hell-are-the-ramones?p=t-shirt

I don't judge though. Who hasn't heard a Ramones song by now? If you had the shirt would you not at least seek the music out?

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Stormageddon said:
On that note....

http://http://www.redbubble.com/people/thundermonkey/works/8286453-who-the-hell-are-the-ramones?p=t-shirt

I don't judge though. Who hasn't heard a Ramones song by now? If you had the shirt would you not at least seek the music out?

They're selling Ramones t-shirts in Penneys now sure. They were never a band I was interested in musically as they only really have two songs, the 60's pop-inspired Joey number and the fast and furious Johnny rant, but to see people wearing their shirts soley as a fashion statement is tragic. The same with Rolling Stones t-shirts, I see tons of girls wearing t-shirts with their tongue logo and I strongly doubt that all of them are Rolling Stones fans.

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Zero1986 said:
They're selling Ramones t-shirts in Penneys now sure. They were never a band I was interested in musically as they only really have two songs, the 60's pop-inspired Joey number and the fast and furious Johnny rant, but to see people wearing their shirts soley as a fashion statement is tragic. The same with Rolling Stones t-shirts, I see tons of girls wearing t-shirts with their tongue logo and I strongly doubt that all of them are Rolling Stones fans.


I like the Ramones but I agree with you on the T-shirt point.

rcaz Registered User
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Zero1986 said:
They're selling Ramones t-shirts in Penneys now sure. They were never a band I was interested in musically as they only really have two songs, the 60's pop-inspired Joey number and the fast and furious Johnny rant, but to see people wearing their shirts soley as a fashion statement is tragic. The same with Rolling Stones t-shirts, I see tons of girls wearing t-shirts with their tongue logo and I strongly doubt that all of them are Rolling Stones fans.


Ask them what their favourite album is

lordgoat Moderator
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rcaz said:
Ask them what their favourite album is


I'd have to say The Best Of The Rolling Stones.

/partridge.

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Davyhal Registered User
#1,386

Worst I ever heard was back in Leaving Cert year, in 2004/2005, when Green Day's American Idiot album came out. Some of my mates were saying that they loved Green Day and were huge fans for ages. One day they were hanging at my house and saw my copy of Kerplunk. They were really thrown by it. Turns out they thought that Green Day only had two albums - International Superhits! and American Idiot!!!! They didn't realise that International Superhits was a "Best of" album! Total Facepalm moment!

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karaokeman Registered User
#1,387

Any Rolling Stones greatest hits album is mediocre.

Give me Sticky Fingers any day.

Irish Guitarist Registered User
#1,388

I think 4'33" by John Cage is too noisy.

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#1,389

not exactly an opinion but I love the anger/confusion rock fans get when I tell them the guy that wrote loads of alice cooper,aerosmith and bon jovi songs also wrote music for ricky martin, mika, kelly clarkson and lindsay lohan.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desmond_Child

Sinfonia Registered User
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Irish Guitarist said:
I think 4'33" by John Cage is too noisy.


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#1,391

Irish Guitarist said:
I think 4'33" by John Cage is too noisy.

Blows my ears every time

karaokeman Registered User
#1,392

Justin Bieber is a poor imitation of Michael Jackson.

Suas11 Registered User
#1,393

Thom Yorke is a far better vocalist than Robert Plant.

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Suas11 said:
Thom Yorke is a far better vocalist than Robert Plant.

Ah but a singers job is not just to sing.

rcaz Registered User
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cloptrop said:
Ah but a singers job is not just to sing.


Thom Yorke is really really good at all the other stuff too though

I get why people might prefer Plant. But Yorke's the best for me.

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