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    25 Oct '07 02:44
    whats the best rock of the late 80's to early 90's?
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    This has nothing to with Spirituality really. This is my opinion.

    I think Rock Music with its incessant stomping thump of a beat has outlived its artistic usefulness by about 40 years.

    I only hear one song anymore - "Stomp, Smack, Stomp, Smack, Stomp, Smack."

    Probably the last serious Rock musician of any talent was, let's say, Ricky Nelson.
  3. Standard memberDoctorScribbles
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    25 Oct '07 03:04
    Originally posted by EcstremeVenom
    whats the best rock of the late 80's to early 90's?
    Guns 'n' Roses
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    25 Oct '07 03:082 edits
    Originally posted by jaywill
    This has nothing to with Spirituality really. This is my opinion.

    I think Rock Music with its incessant stomping thump of a beat has outlived its artistic usefulness by about 40 years.

    I only hear one song anymore - "Stomp, Smack, Stomp, Smack, Stomp, Smack."

    Probably the last serious Rock musician of any talent was, let's say, Ricky Nelson.
    You should be ashamed of yourself. 😉

    EDIT: Aerosmith, the Stones and Modest Mouse have been making the rotation on my I-pod recently.
  5. Donationkirksey957
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    25 Oct '07 05:02
    Originally posted by jaywill
    This has nothing to with Spirituality really. This is my opinion.

    I think Rock Music with its incessant stomping thump of a beat has outlived its artistic usefulness by about 40 years.

    I only hear one song anymore - "Stomp, Smack, Stomp, Smack, Stomp, Smack."

    Probably the last serious Rock musician of any talent was, let's say, Ricky Nelson.
    More evidence that your theology is deeply stunted.
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    25 Oct '07 10:37
    Originally posted by jaywill
    This has nothing to with Spirituality really. This is my opinion.

    I think Rock Music with its incessant stomping thump of a beat has outlived its artistic usefulness by about 40 years.

    I only hear one song anymore - "Stomp, Smack, Stomp, Smack, Stomp, Smack."

    Probably the last serious Rock musician of any talent was, let's say, Ricky Nelson.
    Like so much pablum doled out to the masses 🙂
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    25 Oct '07 10:51
    Originally posted by DoctorScribbles
    Guns 'n' Roses
    😞
  8. Standard memberknightmeister
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    25 Oct '07 12:04
    Originally posted by EcstremeVenom
    whats the best rock of the late 80's to early 90's?
    Has to be U2 but I guess you would figure someone would say that. U2 proved that the Devil doesn't always have the best music!
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    25 Oct '07 13:16
    There were some great ones: Ray Boltz (great hair), Stryper (the face paint was an original idea), and DC Talk (amazing rappers and mostly white). Still the best has to be Petra.

    U2 is good too . . . if you worship Satan.
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    25 Oct '07 14:47
    Originally posted by knightmeister
    Has to be U2 but I guess you would figure someone would say that. U2 proved that the Devil doesn't always have the best music!
    U2 just about sum up my view of Christianity; a group with a figurehead who thinks he's god, but whose material is really just a bit lame. If you took away all the frills (ie The Edge's rubbish delay effects) you're left with the theological equivalent of a nursery rhyme.
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    25 Oct '07 17:13
    that's a tough one since I stopped listening to radio in 1979. Dire Straits was good for 15 minutes. And did The Who record anything in the 80s? The dinosaurs had already peaked--tho I will give the Stones some credit if Tattoo You came in the 80s
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    25 Oct '07 17:44
    Originally posted by PinkFloyd
    that's a tough one since I stopped listening to radio in 1979. Dire Straits was good for 15 minutes. And did The Who record anything in the 80s? The dinosaurs had already peaked--tho I will give the Stones some credit if Tattoo You came in the 80s
    What? No Pink Floyd? Quite frankly sir, I'm beginning to wonder if your avator name is steeped in hypocrisy. 😛
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    25 Oct '07 17:46
    Originally posted by whodey
    What? No Pink Floyd? Quite frankly sir, I'm beginning to wonder if your avator name is steeped in hypocrisy. 😛
    Pink Floyd, like U2, is for Satan worshippers. I'd say it's for drug users too, but then that would be redundant.
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    25 Oct '07 17:51
    Originally posted by telerion
    Pink Floyd, like U2, is for Satan worshippers. I'd say it's for drug users too, but then that would be redundant.
    You forgot to include Seahawk fans.
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    25 Oct '07 18:53
    Originally posted by whodey
    You forgot to include Seahawk fans.
    Whoa..Seahawks?! Are you from the Great NW?
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