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[OT] Musical Artists That You Consider GODLIKE!!!

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      That's just sad.
      :up: Yes, it is, but I can't help myself.


        Squarepusher (aka Tom Jenkins)
        Aphex Twin
        Talib Kweli
        Erykah Badu
        Dela Soul
        Nobukazu Takemura
        Venetian Snares


          BB king
          Frank Zappa
          Eric Clapton
          Frank Sinatra
          Jimmy Hendrix
          Otis Reding
          James Brown


            Originally posted by Mosh83
            Les Claypool :up: Primus is just teh best

            Maynard :up:

            Jimi Hendrix :up:

            Tom Morello :up:

            Of course there are many more skilled musicians, but at least these 4 do it for me
            I love Les WAAAAY too much...

            He's a God not only on the bass, but also as a musician.

            Have you heard Antipop? Tom Morello plays a couple tracks with Les and the gang.

            RATM kicks too much ***...


              Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Radiohead, Coldplay, The Pixies, Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr. , The Thrills, Lamb, Morcheeba.

              Nirvana were, without a doubt, over-rated. Mimicking other bands (see Dinosaur Jr, Sonic Youth, Mudhoney et al) and making it more 'popular' does not a great band make. IMO, at least.


                Led Zeppelin
                Genesis (w/ Peter Gabriel)
                Jimi Hendrix
                Jethro Tull
                Queen (first 4 or 5 albums, pre-1980)


                  Dimmu Borgir


                    Originally posted by Eeep
                    :haha: I love the fact nobody knows what the hell the misfits are and thinks they're some goth band :haha: :up:

                    Anyway another band I wub is NOFX!!!! :up: NOFX :up:

                    :haha: :up:
                    I whole heartly agree with the Misfits coment. For anyone who thinks the MisFits are a bunch of crying goth kids, look up some of their lyrics. Of course, the misfits just aren't the same without Danzig, but they're still fun.

                    Amen to whoever said Bad Religion, Greg Graffin is just one smart ****er. How many other punk bands, or any other bands for that matter, have a singer who has his PhD and substitute at Harvard?

                    And this whole trance/trance/eurodance debate is just plain silly.


                      Iron Maiden (live) > all


                        Robi Draco Rosa
                        Dream Theater
                        Sigur Ros
                        Los Fabulosos Cadillacs
                        Outkast (Big Boi and Andre 3000)
                        The Neptunes
                        A Perfect Circle
                        Zero 7
                        DJ Shadow
                        Miles Davis
                        John Coltrane


                          Bunch of slack-jawed faggots ’round here. Five whole pages and only one mention of Guns N’ Roses. :down:

                          But yes, on with my list:

                          Guns N’ ****in’ Roses
                          Creedence Clearwater Revival
                          Black Sabbath
                          Led Zeppelin
                          The Darkness
                          Pink Floyd
                          Thin Lizzy

                          I’ve missed out dozens, but who reads this stuff anyway? The following bands/artists I have seen live, and I thoroughly recommend seeing each and every one of them if you get the chance:

                          Iron Maiden
                          Paul McCartney
                          Bryan Adams
                          The Corrs
                          Alice Cooper
                          System Of A Down
                          Marilyn Manson




                              Originally posted by Kr4zed
                              Hans Zimmer, Mark Mancina, Trevor Rabin, Harry Gregson-Williams, Jeff Rona, Klaus Badelt, Alan Silvestri, Jerry Goldsmith, John Williams, James Horner,...

                              All of these, and groups like This Morn' Omina and Adeimus . Also, composer Graham Revell.

                              BTW, Kevin Riepl did the 2k4 music.

                              In general, I think all "pop" music, while enjoyable, is nothing to get too excited about. Nobody will remember who any of these people are even 5 years from now. Anyone still getting all worked up about the pros and cons of Cindy Lauper? How about Counting Crows, who, as recently as ten years ago had a #1 song for a few months straight? And who remembers them now?

                              "Godlike" musicians must have a greater impact than that.


                                Originally posted by Mittenz
                                Here are some suggestions so that hopefully you might see the light

                                A Matsumoto & DJ Yoshi - Dreamer (Luke Chable Remix)
                                Gwill Morris feat. Kyla - Time (Luke Chable Dub)
                                Luke Chable & Danny Bonicci - Ride (Original Mix)
                                L.S.G. - Shecan (Original Mix)
                                L.S.G. - Saviour
                                James Holden - Horizons (Way Out West Remix)
                                Hybrid - Finished Symphony (Original Mix) <- my alltime favorite
                                Future Sound Of London - Papua New Guinea (Hybrid Remix)
                                Orbital - Halcyon + On + On
                                Powerplant - Blame (Luke Chable's Respect To The Border Community Mix)
                                PQM - You Are Sleeping (PQM meets Luke Chable Vocal Pass)
                                Sasha - Cloud Cuckoo (Luke Chable Remix)
                                Sasha - Magnetic North (Subsky's In Your Face Mix)
                                Sasha - Wavy Gravy (Original Mix)
                                Sasha - Xpander (Hybrid Remix)
                                Sasha - Xpander (Original Mix)
                                Sasha & Emerson - Scorchio (Sander Kleinenberg's Scorched Mix)
                                Sander Kleinenberg - My Lexicon (Original Mix)
                                Sander Kleinenberg - Sacred (Sunrise Mix)
                                Utah Saints - Lost Vagueness (Oliver Lieb's Main Mix)
                                Way Out West - Mindcircus (Original Mix)
                                Way Out West - Ajare (Original Mix)
                                Way Out West - UB Devoid

                                And there's so much more.. artists like James Holden, Bedrock, Infusion, Nathan Fake, Özgür Can, etc... I suggest you check out the Global Underground series for quality trance & progressive. This is pure quality music imo.
                                may i compliment your taste in electronic stuff
                                if i may add a few to that list
                                Portishead - Roads (Sultan & the Greek Remix)
                                Cass & Slide - Glad i ate her
                                bedrock - heaven scent
                                Sasha - Wavy Gravy U&K mix (b-side of artificial heart unreleased mixes 12")
                                Salt tank - Eugina Michael Woods mix
                                Andy Moor - Crazy lady ep

                                i could go on for ages

                                but at least i have to add
                                Sasha & Digweed Renaissance 1
                                the first and probably the best mix album

                                Renaissance 1

                                Originally posted by KillerDude
                                And for the record, techno was invented by three black people. STFU Eminem.
                                sure and kraftwerk was just some white dudes playin "ze country and folk" on melodicas

                                oh oh i just have to add a godlike musician/dj/collaboration
                                Ltj Bukem & Mc Conrad

                                Pantera made a godlike album "Vulgar display of power"

                                and how come only Mike Patton and not Faith No More have been mentioned

                                Infectious Grooves (they made a totally cool remake of "imigrant song" originally by Led zeppelin)