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    Quote Originally Posted by loganbiffy View Post
    Jeff Buckley
    I second that

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    Quote Originally Posted by loganbiffy View Post
    You never disrespected him, don't you get it?, You opted to take the piss out of me for no reason due to my choice.

    Well this is awesome fun and all but I really must go and start contemplating my next post that you can attack just because you find it fun.
    Geez oh....you emo kids are awful sensitive aren't you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo View Post
    Geez oh....you emo kids are awful sensitive aren't you
    Thank god I can't stand emo then
    Last edited by loganbiffy; 25-Nov-08 at 22:51.

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    [quote=Gizmo;463190]What i said about Kurt Cobain was a statement of fact, he WAS a whiney self pitying , for gods sake man, he had the world at his feet, a successful band, money in the bank, a wife and family, yet he would bitch and moan about the success he had, he was pathetic, anyone who puts a gun in their mouth and takes the easy way out leaving a wife and child behind is in my book pathetic, i don't buy into all that tortured artist rubbish, we all have problems in life, i've had more ups and downs in life than an Alton Towers rollercoaster, didn't blow my brains out over it though, i really don't understand how people can show such hero worship towards a man who was so selfish as to blow his own head off in the ultimate act of self pity, you need to look past the music.

    So please forgive me for disrespecting a man who blew his own head off...what on earth was i thinking


    Best post of the week on here, Cobain was a whingebucket - no loss to society in my opinion either- the coward.
    Gizmo has had more ups & downs than most but no bullet has been used, I take my hat off to folks like him- Cobain made 1 great song, smells like teen spirit. That was it
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    Quote Originally Posted by moncur View Post
    erm he's still very much alive! I know his career is dead but thats a bit harsh innit?
    Yer kidding??? I thought he was dead... you have ruined my week I hated him when he was alive but now I find out hes not dead!!!

    oh well I still have someone to despise
    Cmey e Scorries

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    I'd like to throw in a few names here, starting with a couple that were taken from us at the height of their talent, and who could have gone on to shape modern music even more than they did:

    Randy Rhoads
    Bon Scott
    Maggie Bell
    Sir Alex Harvey, Esq.
    St. Jimi, who art in heaven..

    And I'll continue with a few who are sadly missed (by me anyway), yet taken from us after their particular star had faded somewhat:

    Phil Lynott
    Frank Zappa
    Dallas 'Digger' Royale
    Pete Wells
    Steve Clarke

    And I'll finish with the three best drummers the world has ever seen:

    Keith Moon
    Bonzo
    Cozy Powell


    R.I.P. one and all.
    "It makes my blood burn with metal energy..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metalattakk View Post
    I'd like to throw in a few names here, starting with a couple that were taken from us at the height of their talent, and who could have gone on to shape modern music even more than they did:

    Randy Rhoads
    Bon Scott
    Maggie Bell
    Sir Alex Harvey, Esq.
    St. Jimi, who art in heaven..

    And I'll continue with a few who are sadly missed (by me anyway), yet taken from us after their particular star had faded somewhat:

    Phil Lynott
    Frank Zappa
    Dallas 'Digger' Royale
    Pete Wells
    Steve Clarke

    And I'll finish with the three best drummers the world has ever seen:

    Keith Moon
    Bonzo
    Cozy Powell


    R.I.P. one and all.
    Agree with you 100% on that Metal.
    Good list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amy-Winehouse View Post
    Cobain made 1 great song, smells like teen spirit. That was it
    Do not make me laugh!
    You forgot to add it was your opinion

    In all seriousness, if you honestly believe that Teen Spirit was the best song he ever wrote then fair enough, IMO he wrote far better songs than that.
    Last edited by loganbiffy; 26-Nov-08 at 08:20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amy-Winehouse View Post
    Cobain made 1 great song, smells like teen spirit. That was it
    Mrs Winehouse, don't say things like that, you'll upset the emo fanboy, then he'll cry, and his eye liner will run, it makes a terrible mess you know, so don't be so cruel...Emo Kids Need Loving To

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    Yes! To Jeff Buckley!

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    Dimebag!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo View Post
    Mrs Winehouse, don't say things like that, you'll upset the emo fanboy, then he'll cry, and his eye liner will run, it makes a terrible mess you know, so don't be so cruel...Emo Kids Need Loving To
    Haha nice try.
    Does that make you a Cliff Burton fan-grandad then?

    It just amuses me how she picked the most commercial song possible, but then she does like The Killers, nuff said really.

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    I feel a lol coming on...

    Yep, a definite lol.

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    lol lollol

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    Kurt did write some good songs. teen spirit was a classic but when something becomes so popular it then means that the hardcore fans hate it!. Dont know why that is,but always seems to be so.

    "He blew his mind out in a car
    He didnt notice that the light had changed"

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    Quote Originally Posted by loganbiffy View Post
    Haha nice try.
    Does that make you a Cliff Burton fan-grandad then?
    It does indeed, the man is a legend, and he didn't cry into his cornflakes like a big pap...unlike Mr Cobain

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    Somebody mentioned Maggie Bell, but the wifie's no deid yet! She's 63, and probably still beltin' it oot!

    I'd like to bring back Freddie Mercury of Queen, Michael Hutchence of INXS, and Layne Staley of Alice in Chains.

    Also Eva Cassidy - not a rock star, but with the voice of an angel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sporran View Post
    Somebody mentioned Maggie Bell, but the wifie's no deid yet! She's 63, and probably still beltin' it oot!
    Goddammit, 'at wis me! Must have been thinking of Janis instead.

    Maggie, if you're reading this - I'm sorry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenneth View Post
    Yes! To Jeff Buckley!
    what aboot his faither, tim buckley?

    i wid hev jim morrison....literally!!
    Merry Meet, Merry Part and Merry Meet Again
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo View Post
    It does indeed, the man is a legend, and he didn't cry into his cornflakes like a big pap...unlike Mr Cobain
    Never said he wasn't a legend.
    Still yet to see Cobain crying into his corn flakes

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