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    In no particular order:

    -Robert Johnson
    -Miles Davis
    -Parliament/Funkadelic
    -Living Colour
    -King Crimson
    -Dave Matthews Band
    -Ben Harper
    -Led Zeppelin
    -U2
    -Jimi Hendrix

    Beatles/John Lennon, Lenny Kravitz, Stevie Wonder, Buddy Guy, John Coltrane, Stanley Clarke, Bela Fleck & the Flecktones/Victor Wooten, and Government Mule all would float in and out of the list on a given day depending on mood.

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    My all-time favorites...starting from 10#


    10) Twisted Sister - I always loved the classic Twisted Sister 80's stuff. A great band I really wish had lasted awhile longer then. But the hits are "I Wanna Rock" , "Were Not Gonna Take It" and a few others. I still jam to today.

    9) Creed - Yeah hate all ya want but Creed has some great rocking stuff and Scott Stapp's vocals sell it. I was glad they returned in with a good album in 2009.

    8.) Journey - Journey to me will always be Steve Perry. I know Arnel Pineda is as good...but I enjoy the original band.

    7.) Aerosmith - Steven Tyler baby ! The only band I know who can rock through all decades...

    6.) Nirvana - Its such a shame Nirvana really never did more. But their 1994 MTV Unplugged is a testament to their greatness.

    5.) Pearl Jam - I really love a lot of Pearl Jam. The band continues to roll on.

    4.) Rolling Stones - The Stones themselves just had thier 50th anniversary. That is awesome...as Mick once said ...he doesn't ever wanna stop !

    3.) The Monkees - As a kid I loved them and watched the TV episodes...and today I sit and get angry they never will get in the Hall of Fame. Fuck you Jann Wenner.

    2.) The Beatles - Likely the greatest band that ever existed.

    1.) Guns n Roses - Yeeeaah folks...Guns n Roses...#1 on my all-time favorite band list.
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    Too tired to explain why right now...

    The Doors
    Syd Barrett/Pink Floyd
    The Rolling Stones
    Love(the original line up)
    The Dandy Warhols
    Air
    Iggy Pop/The Stooges
    Guns N Roses
    Radiohead
    Nirvana


    these are all bands where I am familair with most, if not all, of their albums, but there are also other bands who have made single albums that I'd put in my top ten/twenty/thirty albums of all time Pixies(all 4 albums), Velvet Underground/Lou Reed(all 4 albums and Berlin), Nick Drake(all 3 albums), Manic Street Preachers(Holy Bible), Nirvana(all 3 albums), The Smiths(the queen is dead), Screaming Trees(dust), The Strokes(is this it), The Meters(best of), Elastica(1st album), Royal Trux(thank you), Issac Hayes(best of), Sex Pistols(1st and only album), The Beatles(white album, magical mystery tour), Bowie(Hunky Dory), Hendrix(axis, ell), OutKast(the love below), Abba(best of, abba gold), INXS(kick) TRex(electric warrior) Devo(AWNMWAD) 13th Floor Elevators(all 3 albums) REM(AFTP), Belly(Star) Ian Brown(Golden Greats) Blind Melon(Nico)....and other artists who have made single songs that I'd put in my top twenty songs of all time, like Madonna's Like A Prayer, Ian Brown's Time is my everything(all his solo albums i have heard are very good, lots of fav songs in them), Blondie's Atomic, the best/most famous Chic/Sister Sledge songs, some James Brown songs, Tom Wait's Goin out west, Eurythmics' There must be an angel, Minnie Riperton's Inside my love, Reasons, Bangles' Eternal Flame, Suede's To The Birds, Blind Melon's Pull...
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    No Particular Order

    The Beatles
    Led Zep
    Kinks
    Rolling Stones
    Jimi Hendrix
    Paul Simon
    David Bowie
    Bob Dylan
    John Fogerty
    Charlie Parker

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    My top 10 at the moment (which is likely to change order often) is:

    1. The Who
    2. Pink Floyd (Syd Barrett's solo work too)
    3. Queen
    4. Led Zeppelin
    5. Black Sabbath
    6. The Beatles
    7. Iron Maiden
    8. Judas Priest
    9. Jimi Hendrix
    10. Robert Johnson.

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    TOP TEN FAVORITE BANDS (Artists might come later)
    The criteria I used to make the list was that I should have all of their albums or almost everything they did, with strong members that stood they ground from outside their Band's, as well.
    When compiled the list; there weren't any surprises , but that's why they are in my top 10, after all.

    Alphabetical order:
    Cacophony
    Deep Purple
    Edda Művek
    Electric Light Orchestra
    Kiss
    MSG
    Nazareth
    Neoton Família
    Queen
    Scorpions

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    In no particular order:
    1 AFI
    2. My Chemical Romance
    3. Lupe Fiasco
    4. Kanye West
    5. Kendrick Lamar
    6. Of Mice & Men
    7. Kid Cudi
    8. Drake
    9. Pendulum
    10. Fall Out Boy
    Buffy: Season 10~Angel & Faith Vol. 2~Serenity: Leaves on the Wind
    Ultimate: Spider-man~FF~All-New Ultimates
    Forever Evil~Batman~Green Arrow
    Hawkeye~Uncanny X-Men

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    Only ten? Damn...

    Metallica
    Motörhead
    Judas Priest
    Black Sabbath
    Ronnie James Dio
    Iron Maiden
    The Doors
    Led Zeppelin
    Jimi Hendrix
    Pink Floyd

    There are others, like Janis Joplin, Slayer, Dimmu Borgir and Muddy Waters, but since there can be only ten...
    ... The Master Of Puppets has spoken.

    Goodbye León (november 16th, 1993 - june 12th, 2009). You were, are and always will be the best friend I ever had. I will always love you and never forget you. And please, please forgive me.

    Thank you for teaching me about love, patience and caring. Rest in Peace, my friend. I hope that wherever it is you are now, you can run and play as much as you want.

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    Pixies
    Guided By Voices
    Sonic Youth
    Beck
    The Pogues
    The Meat Puppets
    Tom Waits
    Elvis Costello
    Pink Floyd
    Red Hot Chili Peppers

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    Interesting groupings. The good thing about lists like this is it may turn you on to something new. I see some band names I'm going to need to check out.

    Mine:
    Led Zeppelin
    The Beatles
    Tesla
    Stone Temple Pilots
    Green Day
    Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
    Van Halen
    The Beach Boys
    Nuno Bettencourt stuff (Extreme, solo, Population 1)
    Stevie Ray Vaughan

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    Off the top of my head the first 10 that spring to mind:

    Queen
    Frank Zappa/Mothers of Invention
    Pink Floyd
    The Beach Boys
    David Bowie
    Madness
    The Flaming Lips
    Tom Waits
    Stevie Wonder
    (Dan Le Sac vs.) Scroobius Pip
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    In no particular order....

    Fugazi
    Descendents
    Pixies
    Amen
    Soundgarden
    Nine Inch Nails
    NOFX
    Rocket From The Crypt
    Rollins Band
    Devo

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    No order

    Iron Maiden
    Judas Priest
    In This Moment
    Disturbed
    Mc Serch/3rd Bass
    Dangerous Toys
    Sir Mix-alot
    Slipknot/Stone Sour
    Shinedown
    Twisted Sister
    Queen
    These are bands I listen to on at least a monthly if not weekly basis so i figure i must really like them.

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    In no particular order, apart from number one:

    Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

    Prince and the New Power Generation
    The Miles Davis 'Classic' Quintet
    The Rolling Stones
    The Who
    Public Enemy
    Led Zeppelin
    Tom Waits
    Radiohead
    The Beatles
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    1. George Michael
    2. Usher
    3. Living Colour
    4. Spandau Ballet
    5. Culture Club
    6. Lenny Kravitz
    7. Chemical Brothers
    8. Massive Attack
    9. Thievery Corporation
    10.Tosca

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