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Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 30.09.2006, 18:31
Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen
So...jetzt sind aber hoffentlich alle zufrieden ;-)

200 Greatest 'Male' Rock Vocalists





1. Freddie Mercury (Queen, Solo)
2. Jackie Wilson
3. Jeff Buckley
4. Sam Cooke
5. Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin, Solo)
6. Ian Gillan (Deep Purple, Solo)
7. Steve Perry (Journey, Solo)
8. Roy Orbison
9. Chris Cornell (Soundgarden, Temple Of The Dog, Solo)
10. Clyde McPhatter (Drifters, Dominoes, Solo)
11. Elvis Presley
12. Geoff Tate (Queensryche)
13. Marvin Gaye
14. Mike Patton (Faith No More, Mr. Bungle)
15. Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden, Solo)
16. Stevie Wonder
17. Ronnie James Dio (Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Solo)
18. Al Green
19. Tim Buckley
20. Tony Williams (Platters)
21. Rob Halford (Judas Priest)
22. Smokey Robinson
23. Curtis Mayfield
24. Roger Daltrey (The Who, Solo)
25. Roy Hamilton
26. Solomon Burke
27. Little Willie John
28. Michael Matijevic (Steelheart)
29. Little Richard
30. Paul Rodgers (Free, Bad Company, Queen)
31. Roy Khan (Kamelot)
32. Burton Cummings (The Guess Who, Solo)
33. Paul McCartney (The Beatles, Wings, Solo)
34. Sebastian Bach (Skid Row)
35. Eddie Kendricks (The Temptations, Solo)
36. Dan McCafferty (Nazareth)
37. Brad Delp (Boston)
38. Dennis DeYoung (Styx, Solo)
39. Wilson Pickett
40. Sam Moore (Sam & Dave)
41. Joe Cocker
42. Ben E. King (The Drifters, Solo)
43. Luther Vandross
44. Carl Wilson (Beach Boys)
45. Van Morrison
46. Peter Cetera (Chicago)
47. Richard Manuel (The Band)
48. Bill Medley (The Righteous Brothers, Solo)
49. Barry White
50. Levi Stubbs (Four Tops)

51. Eric Burdon (Animals, War, Solo)
52. David Ruffin (The Temptations, Solo)
53. Billy Joel
54. David Bowie
55. Axl Rose (Guns N Roses)
56. James Brown
57. Brian Wilson (Beach Boys)
58. David Byron (Uriah Heep)
59. Philip Bailey (Earth, Wind & Fire)
60. Lou Gramm (Foreigner)
61. Layne Staley (Alice In Chains, Mad Season)
62. Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple)
63. Elton John
64. Justin Hayward (Moody Blues)
65. Otis Redding
66. Frankie Valli (The Four Seasons, Solo)
67. Jimmy Beaumont (The Skyliners)
68. Prince
69. John Farnham (The Little River Band)
70. Maynard James Keenan (Tool, Perfect Circle)
71. Jim Morrison (The Doors)
72. Rod Stewart (The Jeff Beck Group, Solo)
73. Dion (Dion and The Belmonts)
74. Jimi Jamison (Survivor)
75. Greg Lake (ELP, King Crimson)
76. Del Shannon
77. Philip Anselmo (Pantera)
78. Art Garfunkel (Simon & Garfunkel, Solo)
79. Dennis Edwards (The Temptations)
80. Cedric Bixler-Zavalla (At The Drive In, The Mars Volta)
81. Jimmy Gnecco (Ours)
82. Bono (U2)
83. Neil Diamond
84. Bob Seger
85. Jack Bruce (Cream)
86. Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge, Mayfield 4)
87. Steve Winwood (Traffic, Solo)
88. Bill Withers
89. Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam)
90. Russell Allen (Symphony X)
91. Todd Rundgren
92. Klaus Meine (Scorpions)
93. Meat Loaf
94. James Taylor
95. Steve Marriott (Humble Pie)
96. Sammy Hagar (Van Halen, Solo)
97. Robin Zander (Cheap Trick)
98. David Coverdale (Whitesnake)
99. John Lennon (The Beatles)
100. John Fogerty (CCR)
101. Steven Tyler (Aerosmith)
102. Don Henley (The Eagles)
103. Mick Jagger (Rolling Stones)
104. Bruce Springsteen
105. Lou Christie
106. Jerry Lee Lewis
107. Jon Anderson (Yes)
108. Peter Gabriel (Genesis, Solo)
109. Steve Walsh (Kansas)
110. Nick Cave
111. Gregg Allman (Allman Brothers Band)
112. Aaron Neville
113. Jon Bon Jovi (Bon Jovi)
114. David Lee Roth (Van Halen)
115. Joe Elliot (Def Leppard)
116. Don Mclean
117. Sting (The Police)
118. Kevin Cronin (REO Speedwagon)
119. Lindsay Buckingham(Fleetwood Mac)
120. David Gilmour (Pink Floyd)
121. Screamin Jay Hawkins
122. John Kay (Steppenwolf)
123. Ray Davies (The Kinks)
124. Bon Scott (AC/DC)
125. Michael Stipe (REM)
126. Cat Stevens
127. Jeff Lynne (ELO)
128. George Harrison (The Beatles)
129. Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull)
130. Brian Johnson (AC/DC)
131. Mitch Ryder (Mitch Ryder & Detroit Wheels)
132. Paul Simon (Simon & Garfunkel, Solo)
133. Neil Young
134. Ronnie Van Zant (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
135. Bryan Adams
136. Phil Collins (Genesis, Solo)
137. Eric Clapton
138. David Clayton-Thomas (Blood, Sweat, & Tears)
139. Steve Miller
140. Ozzy Osbourne (Black Sabbath)
141. Roger McGuinn (The Byrds)
142. Gary Cherone (Extreme)
143. Adam Duritz (Counting Crows)
144. Roger Waters (Pink Floyd)
145. Paul Weller
146. John Wetton (King Crimson)
147. Anthony Kiedis (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
148. Graham Nash (Hollies, CSNY)
149. Graham Bonnet (Rainbow)
150. Chuck Negron (Three Dog Night)
151. James Hetfield (Metallica)
152. Michael Hutchence (INXS)
153. Levon Helm (The Band)
154. Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilots)
155. Michael McDonald (Doobie Brothers, Solo)
156. Morrissey (The Smiths)
157. Robert Smith (Cure)
158. James Labrie (Dream Theater)
159. Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees)
160. Leslie West (Mountain)
161. Doug Pinnick (King's X)
162. Denny Doherty (The Mamas & Papas)
163. Aaron Lewis (Staind)
164. Felix Cavaliere (The Young Rascals)
165. Blaze Bayley (Iron Maiden)
166. Joe Lynn Turner (Deep Purple)
167. Chris De Burgh
168. Mark Farner (Grand Funk Railroad)
169. Tommy Shaw (Styx)
170. Thom Yorke (Radiohead)
171. Phil Lynott (Thin Lizzy)
172. Matt Bellamy (Muse)
173. Edward Kowalczyk (Live)
174. John Sebastian (Lovin' Spoonful, Solo)
175. Elvis Costello
176. James Dewar (Robin Trower)
177. Peter Wolf (J Geils Band)
178. Johnny Rzeznik (Goo Goo Dolls)
179. Tony Martin (Black Sabbath)
180. Peter Frampton
181. Dave Mason (Traffic, Solo)
182. Glenn Tilbrook (Squeeze)
183. Robert Palmer
184. Warren Zevon
185. Billy Idol (Generation X, Solo)
186. John Popper (Blues Traveler)
187. Tommy James (Tommy James & the Shondells)
188. Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails)
189. Brandon Boyd (Incubus)
190. Greg Kihn
191. Billy Squier
192. Stephen Stills (Buffalo Springfield, CSNY, Solo)
193. Tom Petty
194. Dave Gahan (Depeche Mode)
195. Ian Astbury (The Cult)
196. Chris Robinson (The Black Crows)
197. Geddy Lee (Rush)
198. Corey Glover (Living Color)
199. Lou Reed (Velvet Underground)
200. Joe Strummer (The Clash)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

SwingCat - 01.10.2006, 08:33

ich wäre dafür, dass wir alle Polls unter einem Thread führen.
Sonst haben wir hier zu viele Polls. Mit immer nur einer oder zwei Antworten. Und so hätten wir einen fetten Poll-Thread und da kann da darüber geredet werden.
Ich würde das so besser finden!

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 01.10.2006, 10:00

Ja, gute Idee :-)
Aber ich wüsste jetzt nicht, wie/ob man die "alten Polls" zusammenlegen könnte!!!???
Wir könnten uns das höchstens für die Zukunft vornehmen, oder?
Oder hat jemand eine Idee/Plan, wie man das mit den bisherigen Polls machen könnte?

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Taylorette - 01.10.2006, 10:22

Du kannst die Themen alle 'verschmelzen'. Allerdings bin ich mir nicht sicher, ob die dann alle unter einander aufgelistet werden und durcheinander. Ich hab das mal in meinem Board gemacht und da wurde durcheinander geworfen... Richte doch für euch Admins ein Testforum ein, in dem ihr das probieren könnt. Habe ich auch. :wink:

Zur Liste. Die gefällt mir doch endlich mal. :grin: 8) :wink:

Ne mal ernsthaft. Freddie war ein granedioser Sänger, daran ist nicht zu rütteln. Es überrascht mit nicht sonderlich, dass er auf Platz1 ist. Klar gibt es auch andere tolle Sänger, aber Freddies Stimme war schon einzigartig. Sie umfasste immerhin 3,5 Oktaven und das ist ne Menge. :grin:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 01.10.2006, 10:44

Danke Anja...das mit dem Test-Forum scheint mir eine gute Idee :-)
Und zu diesem Poll: Mit Platz 5 für Robert bin ich auch ganz zufrieden ;-)
Ist ja zum Teil auch Geschmacksache...und nicht (nur) "Können/Nicht-Können"...

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Taylorette - 01.10.2006, 10:55

Black Dog hat folgendes geschrieben: Danke Anja...das mit dem Test-Forum scheint mir eine gute Idee :-)

Ja, das ist es. So kannst du in Ruhe wa ausprobieren, ohne Angst haben zu müssen, dass aus Versehen hier was daneben geht. :wink:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 01.10.2006, 12:58

Dann fange ich mal direkt mit einem an :-)

100 Greatest Rock Drummer

1. Neil Peart (Rush)
2. John Bonham* (Led Zeppelin)
3. Carl Palmer (ELP)
4. Keith Moon* (The Who)
5. Terry Bozzio (Frank Zappa)
6. Ginger Baker (Cream)
7. Hal Blaine (Session man)
8. Danny Carey (Tool)
9. Bill Bruford (Yes, King Crimson)
10. Earl Palmer (Session man)
11. Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater)
12. Dave Lombardo (Slayer)
13. Benny Benjamin* (Funk Brothers)
14. Ian Paice (Deep Purple)
15. Carmine Appice (Vanilla Fudge)
16. Tommy Aldridge (Ozzy Osbourne)
17. Stewart Copeland (The Police)
18. Bernard Purdie (Session)
19. Vinnie Colaiuta (Zappa)
20. Jeff Porcaro* (Toto)
21. Bill Ward (Black Sabbath)
22. David Garabaldi (Tower Of Power)
23. Ainsley Dunbar (Jeff Beck)
24. Nicko McBrain (Iron Maiden)
25. Mike Shrieve (Santana)
26. Mitch Mitchell (Jimi Hendrix)
27. Steve Smith (Journey)
28. Al Jackson* (The MGs)
29. Matt Cameron (Soundgarden)
30. Tim Alexander (Primus)
31. Jim Keltner (Session man)
32. Phil Collins (Genesis)
33. Cozy Powell* (Rainbow)
34. Simon Phillips (Toto)
35. Russ Kunkel (Session man)
36. Bobby Jarzombeck (Rob Halford)
37. Carter Beauford (Dave Matthews)
38. Zigaboo Modeliste (The Meters)
39. Jimmy Chamberlain (Smashing Pumpkins)
40. Vinnie Paul (Pantera)
41. Kenny Aronoff (Session man)
42. Alan White (Yes)
43. Mike Giles (King Crimson)
44. Rod Morgenstein (Dixie Dregs)
45. Clive Bunker (Jethro Tull)
46. Mike Mangini (Extreme)
47. Ringo Starr (The Beatles)
48. Roger Hawkins (Arethra Franklin/Session Man)
49. Bobby Elliot (The Hollies)
50. Alex Van Halen (Van Halen)
51. BJ Wilson* Procul Harum)
52. Joe Franco (Good Rats)
53. Charlie Watts (Rolling Stones)
54. Virgil Donati (Planet X)
55. Roger Taylor (Queen)
56. Chad Wackerman (Zappa)
57. Topper Headon (The Clash)
58. Nick Barker (Dimmu Borgir)
59. Mick Fleetwood (Fleetwood Mac)
60. Danny Seraphine (Chicago)
61. Gene Holgan (Death)
62. John Densmore (The Doors)
63. Max Weinberg (Springsteen)
64. Jabo Starks (James Brown)
65. Lars Ulrich (Metallica)
66. Jerry Allison (Crickets)
67. Phil Ehart (Kansas)
68. Chester Thompson (Santana)
69. Matt McDonoughe (Mudvayne)
70. Dean Castronovo (Journey)
71. Jon Theodore (Mars Volta)
72. Van Romaine (Steve Morse)
73. Ralph Humphrey (Mothers Of Invention)
74. Les Lester (Los Straightjackets)
75. Brian Downey (Thin Lizzy)
76. Brann Dailor (Mastodon)
77. Dick Richards (The Comets)
78. Josh Freese (A Perfect Circle)
79. Stanton Moore (Galactic)
80. Joey Jordison (Slipknot)
81. Ron Wilson (Surfaris)
82. Jack Irons (Pearl Jam)
83. Jim Gordon (Derek And The Dominoes)
84. Nick Mason (Pink Floyd)
85. Eddie Bayers (Session man)
86. Jeff Campitelli (Joe Satriani)
87. Dave Grohl (Nirvana)
88. Bobby Rondinelli (Rainbow)
89. Chris Frantz (Talking Heads)
90. Mike Bordin (Faith No More)
91. Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters)
92. Lee Kerslake (Uriah Heep)
93. Phil Selway (Radiohead)
94. Vinnie Appice (Black Sabbath, Dio)
95. Scott Rockenfield (Queensryche)
96. Chad Smith (Red Hot Chilli Peppers)
97. Nick Menza (Megadeth)
98. John Dalmayan (System Of A Down)
99. Travis Barker (Blink 182)
100. Ralph Salmins (Session man)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Freddiebear - 01.10.2006, 15:03

Der Sänger-Poll gefällt mir!!! :grin: :grin: :grin:
Was wäre auch anderes zu erwarten gewesen... :wink:

Und ich stimme Anja voll zu. :grin: Aber Robert kam sogar höher als Freddie. Wenn auch nicht so viel, aber er kam ein bisschen höher. Aber das ist ja nicht das einzige was zählt, um einen guten Sänger auzumachen. :wink:

Was den Drummer-Poll angeht... Da is Roger Taylor ja gar nicht dabei! Oder hab ich ihn übersehen??
Und Bonzo net auf Platz 1?? Also, ich würd Bonzo auf eins tun und Paicey auf 2. :roll:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Taylorette - 01.10.2006, 15:29

Doch Roger ist nur auf Platz 55. :?

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Freddiebear - 01.10.2006, 15:49

Tse, tse...
Also, Roger war bestimmt besser, als Ringo... :?
Ich find Roger toll!

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Taylorette - 01.10.2006, 16:53

Freddiebear hat folgendes geschrieben: Ich find Roger toll!

Und ich erst. :lol: 8)

Aber mal ernsthaft. Er hat sicher mehr verdient als Platz 55. :?

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Freddiebear - 01.10.2006, 17:12

Natürlich hat er das!

Also, ich finde ihn zwar auch nicht am allerbesten, aber er gehört auf jedenfall zu meinen Lieblingsdrummern und er hat auch auf jedenfall mehr als Platz 55 verdient... :evil:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 01.10.2006, 17:32

Ja, das finde ich auch.
Ringos Qualitäten als Drummer kann ich nicht wirklich beurteilen. Aber sicher hat Ringo dafür (indirekt) gesorgt, dass viele junge Leute Drummer werden wollten...und dafür gebührt ihm sicher ein "Ehrenplatz" ;-)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Freddiebear - 01.10.2006, 17:55

Roger wird wohl auch viel zu unterschätzt.
Also, ich find ihn auf jedenfall klasse.

Na ja, Ringo hat nicht wirklich viel "gezeigt" zu Beatles Zeiten. Es gibt so ne Geschichte, dass Ringo mal so schlecht gespielt hat, dass John Lennon die Trommel dann selber nochmal gespielt hat.
Ob das stimmt, weiß ich nicht.

Schlecht finde ich Ringo nun aber auch nicht. Aber auch nicht überragend. :wink:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 01.10.2006, 19:23

Die Beatles-Lieder waren ja (zum Teil) leider nicht so, dass Ringo mal hätte zeigen können, was oder ob er was drauf hat...
Aber auf jeden Fall hat Paul für sein "Rockestra" nicht Ringo geholt, sondern Bonzo...und hat dann dafür einen Grammy bekommen ;-)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Freddiebear - 02.10.2006, 12:39

Jaaaa, aber schlecht war Ringo auch net. Nur weil er es nicht gezeigt hat, heißt es ja nicht, dass er es nicht konnte. :wink:
Und die Beatles-Lieder sind wirklich nun mal keine "Schlagzeug-Lieder". Das war halt eher einfach, ist ja auch okay so.

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 02.10.2006, 17:06

So, die Bassisten sollen natürlich auch zu ihrem Recht kommen :-)

100 Greatest Rock Bass Guitarists

1. James Jamerson (Funk Brothers, session man)
2. John Entwistle (The Who)
3. Larry Graham (Sly & The Family Stone)
4. Chris Squire (Yes)
5. Jack Bruce (Cream)
6. Tony Levin (King Crimson, session man)
7. Geddy Lee (Rush)
8. Paul McCartney (The Beatles)
9. Louis Johnson (Brothers Johnson, session man)
10. Anthony Jackson (session man)
11. Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
12. Marcus Miller (session man)
13. Les Claypool (Primus)
14. Chuck Rainey (session man)
15. Billy Sheehan (Niacin, Mr. Big, Steve Vai)
16. Geezer Butler (Black Sabbath)
17. Will Lee (session man)
18. Michael Manring (Attention Deficit, session man)
19. Nathan East (Eric Clapton, session man)
20. Rocco Prestia (Tower Of Power)
21. John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin)
22. Abe Laboriel (session man)
23. Stuart Hamm (Joe Satriani)
24. Donald "Duck" Dunn (The MGs)
25. Dave LaRue (Dixie Dregs)
26. Bob Babbitt (Funk Brothers, session man)
27. Phil Lesh (Grateful Dead)
28. Steve Harris (Iron Maiden)
29. Jack Casady (Jefferson Airplane, Hot Tuna)
30. Cliff Lee Burton (Metallica)
31. John Myung (Dream Theater)
32. John Deacon (Queen)
33. Willie Weeks (session man)
34. Carol Kaye (session woman)
35. Aston "Family Man" Barrett (Bob Marley & The Wailers)
36. Verdine White (Earth, Wind & Fire)
37. David Hungate (Toto, session man)
38. Robert "Kool" Bell (Kool & The Gang)
39. Joe Osborne (session man)
40. Phil Chen (Rod Stewart, session man)
41. Oteil Burbridge (Allman Brothers Band)
42. Freddie Washington (session man)
43. Nathan Watts (session man)
44. Louis Satterfield (Earth Wind & Fire, session man)
45. Andy West (Dixie Dregs)
46. Bootsy Collins (Funkadelic)
47. John Wetton (King Crimson)
48. Greg Lake (ELP)
49. Tim Bogert (Vanilla Fudge)
50. Mark King (Level 42)
51. Mike Watt (Minutemen)
52. Bernard Odum (James Brown, session man)
53. George Porter Jr. (Meters, session man)
54. Mike Gordon (Phish)
55. Bernard Edwards (Chic)
56. Ryan Martinie (Mudvayne)
57. Willie Dixon (session man)
58. Andy Fraser (Free)
59. Trey Gunn (King Crimson)
60. Dave Schools (Widespread Panic)
61. Berry Oakley (Allman Brothers Band)
62. Jerry Jemmott (session man)
63. Roger Glover (Deep Purple)
64. Bill Black (Elvis Presley)
65. "Sweet" Charles Sherrell (James Brown, session man)
66. Phil Lynott (Thin Lizzy)
67. Billy Cox (Band Of Gypsys)
68. Bruce Thomas (Elvis Costello & The Attractions)
69. Gary "Mani" Mounfield (Stone Roses)
70. Felix Pappalardi (Mountain)
71. Mike Rutherford (Genesis)
72. David Ellefson (Megadeth)
73. Matt Freeman (Rancid)
74. Ronnie Baker (MFSB)
75. John Alderete (Racer X, Mars Volta)
76. Robert Trujillo (Suicidal Tendencies)
77. Duff McKagen (Guns N Roses)
78. Marshall Lytle (Bill Haley & The Comets)
79. Bill Gould (Faith No More)
80. Ray Pohlman (session man)
81. Me'Shell NdegéOcello (session woman, solo)
82. Doug Pinnick (King's X)
83. Tommy Cogbill (session man)
84. Glen Cornick (Jethro Tull)
85. Pino Palladino (session man)
86. Randy Coven (Steve Vai)
87. Tim Commerford (Rage Against The Machine)
88. Doug Wimbish (Living Color)
89. Thomas Miller (Symphony X)
90. Mick Karn (session man)
91. Jeff Ament (Pearl Jam)
92. Ron Wood (Jeff Beck Group)
93. Michael Lepond (Symphony X)
94. Dave Hope (Kansas)
95. Bill Wyman (Rolling Stones)
96. Leo Lyons (Ten Years After)
97. Timothy B Schmit (Eagles)
98. Rex Brown (Pantera)
99. Bobby Sheehan (Blues Traveler)
100. Tom Hamilton (Aerosmith)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Freddiebear - 02.10.2006, 18:27

Okay, John Deacon ist auch viel zu unterschätzt. :roll:

Und Roger Glover auf 63... nene... *kopfschüttel*

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 02.10.2006, 19:03

Genau...hier ist einiges zum Kopfschütteln...ich sag nur eins: JPJ ;-)
Aber ernsthaft...manche Polls sind echt Nonsens :twisted:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

maGGus - 02.10.2006, 19:09

Ich hab jetzt nichts gegen Paul McCartney... aber war er denn sooo ein toller Bassist, dass er auf Platz 8 landet? :?

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Freddiebear - 03.10.2006, 14:00

Bei den Bassisten kann ich das nicht so beurteilen...
Aber nur weil er ein Beatle war, muss er nicht schlecht sein. :lol:

Nimm solche Polls nicht so ernst. :wink:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 03.11.2006, 10:16

So, hier kommt ein aktuell noch laufender Poll...und für Jimmy sieht es nicht gut aus...und für Brian noch viel weniger :cry:
Auf zum fröhlichen voten :lol:


Who is rock's all-time best guitarist? * 11161 responses

Eric Clapton
16%
Jimi Hendrix
20%

Duane Allman
5.2%
Jimmy Page
8%

Jeff Beck
2.4%
Stevie Ray Vaughn
9.2%

Eddie Van Halen
24%
Carlos Santana
3.9%

Brian May
0.9%
Keith Richards
1.1%

Other
9.1%



http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/15433278/

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 04.11.2006, 09:34
Die SWR1 Hitparade
Vielleicht interessiert es ja jemanden!? :roll:

Die SWR1 Hitparade
So funktioniert die SWR1 Hitparade
Endlich wird es verraten


Morgen ist es soweit: Dann beginnt die SWR1 Hitparade, ausgewertet aus 120 000 SWR1 Hörerstimmen. Dieses Jahr gibt’s die Top 500 der größten Interpreten aller Zeiten.

Jetzt natürlich die große Frage:

Wie rechnet man das eigentlich aus?

Also: Nehmen wir mal zum Beispiel die Beatles:
Wir zählen alle Stimmen, die Beatles-Titel gewählt haben, zusammen. Diese Stimmenzahl ergibt den Platz, an dem die Beatles innerhalb der SWR1 Hitparade gespielt werden.

Und welchen Titel hören Sie dann?

Ganz einfach: Den Beatles-Titel, der von allen Beatles-Titeln die meisten Stimmen bekommen hat. Das heißt: jeder Interpret der TOP 500 ist mit seinem besten Song und damit nur ein einziges Mal in der SWR1 Hitparade zu hören.

Eine echte Herausforderung

Bei dem System ist schon klar, dass die Auswertung für unsere Musikredaktion eine echte Herausforderung ist: Denn der Computer kann zwar viel auswerten, aber eben nicht alles!

http://www.swr.de/swr1/bw/musik/hitparade/-/id=446310/nid=446310/did=1671640/1ib7e5c/index.html

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 04.11.2006, 09:39

Und das war das Ergebniss vom letzten Jahr...bzw. die ersten 100. Auf der Seite kann man sich die Top 1000 anschauen...


Platzierung Titel Interpret
1 Stairway to heaven Led Zeppelin
2 Bohemian rhapsody Queen
3 Summer of '69 Bryan Adams
4 Hotel California Eagles
5 Wish you were here Pink Floyd
6 Child in time Deep Purple
7 Music John Miles
8 Brothers in arms Dire Straits
9 Das Badner Lied Montanara Chor
10 Yesterday Beatles
11 Satisfaction Rolling Stones
12 Let it be Beatles
13 Smoke on the water Deep Purple
14 Mensch Herbert Grönemeyer
15 Nothing else matters Metallica
16 Imagine John Lennon
17 Hey Jude Beatles
18 Lady in black Uriah Heep
19 In the ghetto Elvis Presley
20 Hymn Barclay James Harvest
21 Highway to hell AC/DC
22 Dancing queen Abba
23 Angie Rolling Stones
24 Bridge over troubled water Simon & Garfunkel
25 November rain Guns n'Roses
26 Another brick in the wall (Part 2) Pink Floyd
27 Tears in heaven Eric Clapton
28 Sailing Rod Stewart
29 Carpet crawl Genesis
30 San Francisco (be sure to wear some flowers in you Scott McKenzie
31 A whiter shade of pale Procol Harum
32 We will rock you Queen
33 Samba pa ti Santana
34 We are the champions Queen
35 Locomotive breath Jethro Tull
36 Der Weg Herbert Grönemeyer
37 Angels Robbie Williams
38 Wind of change Scorpions
39 Hells bells AC/DC
40 Sweet home Alabama Lynyrd Skynyrd
41 Über sieben Brücken mußt du geh'n Peter Maffay
42 Thank you for the music Abba
43 My way Frank Sinatra
44 Mamma mia Abba
45 99 Luftballons Nena
46 The boxer Simon & Garfunkel
47 Verdamp lang her BAP
48 Feel Robbie Williams
49 Barcelona Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballe
50 Bed of roses Bon Jovi
51 La camisa negra Juanes
52 House of the rising sun Animals
53 Wonderful tonight Eric Clapton
54 Father and son Cat Stevens
55 The sound of silence Simon & Garfunkel
56 In the air tonight Phil Collins
57 Am Fenster City
58 I have a dream Abba
59 Du Peter Maffay
60 Sympathy for the devil Rolling Stones
61 Echoes(edit) Pink Floyd
62 Und es war Sommer Peter Maffay
63 The rose Bette Midler
64 Sultans of swing Dire Straits
65 It's my life Bon Jovi
66 Everything I do ( I do it for you ) Bryan Adams
67 Shine on you crazy diamond Pink Floyd
68 Loch Lomond(Live) Runrig
69 Have a nice day Bon Jovi
70 The winner takes it all Abba
71 Waterloo Abba
72 Take me home, country roads John Denver
73 Solsbury Hill Peter Gabriel
74 Massachusetts Bee Gees
75 Rockin' all over the world Status Quo
76 Comfortably numb Pink Floyd
77 Hey Joe Jimi Hendrix
78 T.N.T. AC/DC
79 Westerland Ärzte
80 Über den Wolken Reinhard Mey
81 The Lady in red Chris DeBurgh
82 Und wenn ein Lied Söhne Mannheims
83 April Part I Deep Purple
84 Ring of fire Johnny Cash
85 The show must go on Queen
86 Chiquitita Abba
87 Lemon tree Fool's Garden
88 Morning has broken Cat Stevens
89 Whole lotta love Led Zeppelin
90 In-a-gadda-da-vida Iron Butterfly
91 Piano man Billy Joel
92 Riders on the storm Doors
93 Paint it black Rolling Stones
94 Nights in white satin Moody Blues
95 What a wonderful world Louis Armstrong
96 Africa Toto
97 A horse with no name America
98 Abenteuerland Pur
99 Fernando Abba
100 Honky tonk women Rolling Stones

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Freddiebear - 04.11.2006, 11:18

Cool, Queen auf Platz 2! :grin:

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Black Dog - 04.11.2006, 11:22

Joo...und jetzt gerade habe ich schon Jimmy gehört...zusammen mit Joe Cocker ;-) (Platz 33)
Der Countdown läuft...einschalten!!!

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Black Dog - 04.11.2006, 13:31

Gerade lief Hotel California :grin:

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Black Dog - 04.11.2006, 14:32

Hilffffeee...Stairway ist auf Platz 3 :cry: :wink:
Wer wird auf 1 sein...Queen??? :roll:

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maGGus - 04.11.2006, 14:35

So ich hörs jetzt auch :grin: Noch rechtzeitig zu Stairway eingeschaltet

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Black Dog - 04.11.2006, 14:41

Queen ist auf 1...Gratuliere!!! :grin:

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maGGus - 04.11.2006, 14:48

Wird aber schön rausgezögert bis die Nummer 1 auch gespielt wird :roll: :grin:

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Freddiebear - 05.11.2006, 09:12

Wer war denn die Nummer eins? :grin:

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Black Dog - 05.11.2006, 10:26

Hatte ich doch schon geschrieben :lol:

Die SWR1 Hitparade
Queen löst Led Zeppelin ab
Frau Königin Ihr seid die Nummer eins in Baden-Württemberg!


Drei Tage lang ging die SWR1 Hitparade der Frage auf den Grund: "Wer ist die Nummer eins in Baden-Württemberg?". Es ist Queen mit "Bohemian Rhapsody"! Der Königin dicht auf den Versen: die Beatles mit "Let it be" auf Platz zwei und auf Platz drei der jahrelange Hitparaden-König Led Zeppelin mit "Stairway to heaven".

Respekt! Und noch mal Gratulation! :grin:

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Black Dog - 05.11.2006, 10:40

Aber was ist mit dem laufenden Gitarristen-Poll? :roll:
Jimmy schreitet langsam, aber stetig voran :grin: ...nur Brian bleibt wo er ist :cry:
Habt ihr gevotet? Habt ihr alle Queen-Fans "rebellisch" gemacht? :lol:

Who is rock's all-time best guitarist? * 11628 responses

Eric Clapton
16%
Jimi Hendrix
20%

Duane Allman
5.1%
Jimmy Page
8.6%

Jeff Beck
2.4%
Stevie Ray Vaughn
9%

Eddie Van Halen
24%
Carlos Santana
3.8%

Brian May
0.9%
Keith Richards
1%

Other
9.2%

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Black Dog - 21.11.2006, 18:48

Das ist die "Alltime-Hitparade" aus Deutschland...von 1959 bis heute. Mir fällt dazu nicht mehr viel ein :shock:


Die beliebtesten Hits! Gemessen von KW 27/1959 bis KW 47/2006. Chartposition und -wochen werden miteinander verrechnet.

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2. Chartverfolgung für PETRY, WOLFGANG PETRY, WOLFGANG Chartverfolgung für DIE LAENGSTE SINGLE DER WELT DIE LAENGSTE SINGLE DER WELT 8 72
3. Chartverfolgung für Marshall,Tony Marshall,Tony Chartverfolgung für Schöne Maid Schöne Maid 3 57
4. Chartverfolgung für Heintje Heintje Chartverfolgung für Mama Mama 2 53
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6. Chartverfolgung für Jan & Kjeld Jan & Kjeld Chartverfolgung für Banjo Boy Banjo Boy 1 53
7. Chartverfolgung für Papa Bue's Viking Jazzband Papa Bue's Viking Jazzband Chartverfolgung für Schlafe,Mein Prinzchen Schlafe,Mein Prinzchen 8 49
8. Chartverfolgung für Electronicas Electronicas Chartverfolgung für Dance Little Bird Dance Little Bird 1 52
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10. Chartverfolgung für Granata,Rocco Granata,Rocco Chartverfolgung für Marina Marina 1 45
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17. Chartverfolgung für Scorpions Scorpions Chartverfolgung für Wind Of Change Wind Of Change 1 43
18. Chartverfolgung für METALLICA METALLICA Chartverfolgung für NOTHING ELSE MATTERS NOTHING ELSE MATTERS 2 49
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20. Chartverfolgung für Miguel Rios Miguel Rios Chartverfolgung für A Song Of Joy A Song Of Joy 1 40
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36. Chartverfolgung für DR. ALBAN DR. ALBAN Chartverfolgung für IT'S MY LIFE IT'S MY LIFE 1 42
37. Chartverfolgung für Brühl,Heidi Brühl,Heidi Chartverfolgung für Wir Wollen Niemals Auseinander Wir Wollen Niemals Auseinander 1 36
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Black Dog - 25.11.2006, 18:00

Die "Deutschen" haben ihre 50 liebsten Schauspieler gewählt...und ich bin mal wieder (teilweise) nicht einverstanden ;-)
Ich sage z.B. nur: Hans Albers :twisted:

1. Heinz Rühmann
2. Mario Adorf
3. Romy Schneider
4. Iris Berben
5. Peter Alexander
6. Veronica Ferres
7. Heinz Erhardt
8. Heino Ferch
9. Inge Meysel
10. Günther Strack
11. Senta Berger
12. Götz George
13. Christiane Hörbiger
14. Gert Fröbe
15. Jürgen Vogel
16. Harald Juhnke
17. Sebastian Koch
18. Vicco von Bülow
19. Maria Furtwängler
20. Robert Atzorn
21. Armin Mueller-Stahl
22. Klaus Kinski
23. Alexandra Maria Lara
24. Til Schweiger
25. Maximilian Schell
26. Hans Albers
27. Hannelore Elsner
28. Martina Gedeck
29. Michael ²Bully² Herbig
30. Manfred Krug
31. Maria Schell
32. Heike Makatsch
33. Ulrich Mühe
34. Curd Jürgens
35 Ulrike Folkerts
36. Hildegard Knef
37. Bruno Ganz
38. Hannelore Hoger
39. Heiner Lauterbach
40. Uschi Glas
41. Wolfgang Stumph
42. Christian Wolff
43. Liselotte Pulver
44. Marlene Dietrich
45. Mariele Millowitsch
46. Klaus Maria Brandauer
47. Mavie Hörbiger
48. Katja Riemann
49. Willy Millowitsch
50. Moritz Bleibtreu

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Black Dog - 02.12.2006, 19:43
Heavy Metal's All-Time Top 100 Vocalists'
Also...diesmal bin ich doch zufrieden ;-) Ich hoffe, ihr auch :roll:
(obwohl...Heavy Metal ist schon ein bisschen crazy) :lol:

Heavy Metal's All-Time Top 100 Vocalists'

Dec. 1, 2006

Hit Parader magazine's list of "Heavy Metal's All-Time Top 100 Vocalists"


01. Robert Plant
02. Rob Halford
03. Steven Tyler
04. Chris Cornell
05. Bon Scott
06. Freddie Mercury
07. Bruce Dickinson
08. Ozzy Osbourne
09. Paul Rodgers
10. Ronnie James Dio
11. Axl Rose
12. Sammy Hagar
13. Geddy Lee
14. Geoff Tate
15. Mick Jagger
16. Jonathan Davis
17. Roger Daltrey
18. Paul Stanley
19. David Lee Roth
20. Kurt Cobain
21. Maynard James Keenan
22. Klaus Meine
23. Eddie Vedder
24. James Hetfield
25. Trent Reznor
26. Serj Tankian
27. Layne Staley
28. Steve Perry
29. Gene Simmons
30. Joe Elliott
31. Jon Bon Jovi
32. Alice Cooper
33. Vince Neil
34. Steve Marriott
35. Lajon Witherspoon
36. Sebastian Bach
37. Philip Anselmo
38. Zack De La Rocha
39. Brian Johnson
40. Bret Michaels
41. Udo Dirkschneider
42. David Draiman
43. Ian Gillian
44. Marilyn Manson
45. Jeff Keith
46. Chester Bennington
47. Sully Erna
48. Lemmy Kilmister
49. Aaron Lewis
50. Brett Scallions
51. Chino Moreno
52. Rob Zombie
53. Anthony Kiedis
54. David Coverdale
55. Gary Cherone
56. Andrew Wood
57. Scott Weiland
58. Tom Araya
59. Phil Lynnot
60. Rod Stewart
61. Scooter Ward
62. Ray Davies
63. Sonny Sandoval
64. David Bowie
65. Joan Jett
66. Josey Scott
67. Perry Farrell
68. Scott Stapp
69. Amy Lee
70. Don Dokken
71. Fred Durst
72. Mike Shinoda
73. Pepper Keenan
74. Dez Fafara
75. Gavin Rossdale
76. Blackie Lawless
77. Dave Wyndorf
78. Ann Wilson
79. Jimi Hendrix
80. Ville Valo
81. Peter Steele
82. Dave Williams
83. Dee Snider
84. Joe Lynn Turner
85. King Diamond
86. Corey Taylor
87. Jamey Jasta
88. Justin Hawkins
89. Dave Mustaine
90. Ian Astbury
91. Stephen Pearcy
92. Phil Mogg
93. Biff Byford
94. Cristina Scabbia
95. Dani Filth
96. Wes Scantlin
97. Tim "Ripper" Owens
98. Joshua Todd
99. Kevin Dubrow
100. Ray Gillen

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Tinkerbell - 03.12.2006, 10:43

Was sucht denn Freddie bei Heavy Metal?! *verwundert guck* war mir neu, dass er Metal macht... :wink:
Aber Geoff Tate^^ Das freut mich (und meinen Paps^^), weil singen kann er wirklich gut :grin:
Ville Valo ist irgendwie ziemlich weit unten gelandet... :( Find ich schade, weil ich mag seine Stimme doch sehr gern..
Und natürlich freuts mich, dass Robert auf 1 is *tänzel*

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Black Dog - 03.12.2006, 10:51

Tja...Robert würde ich auch nicht gerade als "Metal-Sänger" bezeichnen...wie so manch andere auch :lol:
Aber den ersten Platz gönne ich ihm trotzdem ;-)

Jo...wer ist denn Geoff Tate? :roll:

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Tinkerbell - 03.12.2006, 17:34

Der Sänger von Queensryche, mehr oder weniger Prog Metal. Mein Vater hat das irgendwann angeschleppt. Sagen wirs so; nicht meine Lieblingsband, aber ab und an kann mans hören..^^
Steven is auch ziemlich weit oben, dafür, dass er Rock macht....

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Black Dog - 03.12.2006, 17:50

Queensryche...der Name ist mir ein Begriff...ihre Musik nicht :roll:

Solche Polls sind ja meist mehr nur Unterhaltung...selten aussagekräftig. Aber es gibt auch Ausnahmen...

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Tinkerbell - 03.12.2006, 21:12

jaaa... stimmt schon, und zur unterhaltung kann man Percy auch als Metaller durchgehen lassen... :grin:

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Black Dog - 04.12.2006, 12:42

Besser hätte ich es nicht formulieren können :lol:

Hier ein neuer Poll...die Australier haben gevotet:


Dark Side Of The Moon voted Australia's favourite album

December 3, 2006

Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side Of The Moon' has been voted Australia's favourite album of all time in a national poll conducted by the ABC.

The 1973 concept album topped the survey of more than 100,000 Australians, who voted by phone, online and by SMS.

A surprising second was the 1994 album 'Grace', by American singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley.

It was the only full studio album by Buckley, who drowned in 1997, and did not gain significant commercial success until after his death.

Third was the 1997 hit album 'OK Computer' by British rock band Radiohead.

The Beatles took out the next two places with 'Abbey Road' (1969) in fourth and 'Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' (1967) in fifth.

Nirvana's 'Nevermind', Led Zeppelin's 'IV', 'Blood Sugar Sex Magik' by The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, 'Bat Out Of Hell' by Meatloaf and U2's 'Joshua Tree' rounded out the top ten.

The highest Australian entry was Midnight Oil's 1982 breakthrough record '10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1' at No. 23.

Australia's top ten favourite albums of all time:

1. Dark Side Of The Moon - Pink Floyd (1973)

2. Grace - Jeff Buckley (1994)

3. OK Computer - Radiohead (1997)

4. Abbey Road - The Beatles (1969)

5. Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles (1967)

6. Nevermind - Nirvana (1991)

7. Led Zeppelin IV - Led Zeppelin (1971)

8. Blood Sugar Sex Magik - Red Hot Chilli Peppers (1991)

9. Bat Out Of Hell - Meatloaf (1977)

10. Joshua Tree - U2 (1987)

- as voted in a national poll conducted by the ABC.

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Black Dog - 14.12.2006, 07:36
'Icons Of Rock'
Das Magazin 'Classic Rock' hat gewählt...die 100 'Icons Of Rock'...aber ich kann die gesamte Liste dieser 100 nicht finden :(


BLACK SABBATH Guitarist Hailed As One Of CLASSIC ROCK's 'Icons Of Rock' - Dec. 13, 2006
BLACK SABBATH guitarist Tony Iommi was named one of the "100 Icons of Rock" in the December issue of Classic Rock magazine.

Commented ex-WARRIOR SOUL/current DIRTY RIG frontman Kory Clarke: "Tony Iommi's guitar tone is awesome, and it's got such power. Listen to him on the song 'Black Sabbath' — he defined heavy metal on the spot….There's nothing the man can't play….The amazing thing is that he’s still doing it today, and looks so great….this is the master of the riff — and where would the music we all love be without Tony Iommi?"

The full list, which includes the likes of Jimmy Page, Ronnie James Dio, Rory Gallagher, Jim Morrison, Billy Gibbons and Rob Halford, can be found in the current issue of Classic Rock.

For more information, visit www.classicrockmagazine.com.

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Black Dog - 14.12.2006, 08:08

Tja...Jimmy scheint auf jeden Fall dabei zu sein...und Bonzo (Juchhhuu)...und Freddie (natürlich) auch ;-)
Vielleicht finde ich ja doch noch die komplette Liste in ein paar Tagen...aber hier schon mal was schönes über Bonzo :grin:
Später werde ich noch suchen, ob ich Freddie, Jimmy und (???) finde ;-)

Chad Smith on John Bonham

John Bonham influenced me at a very early age. I was a young guy; I was eight, nine, 10 years old at the time. I was just learning to play the drums. To me that music from the late 60s, early 70s, that hard rock blues music, was very influential. My brother was two years older than me and he played the guitar. Jimmy Page was his hero. My brother had a great collection of records by The Who, Queen, Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Cream. So he first turned me on to that kind of music.
I liked all the drummers but people like Ian Paice, Ginger Baker and Bill Ward – even though Sabbath were so heavy – were a little lighter in their technique than Bonham. Those guys cut their teeth in the mid 60s, during that jazz-turning-into-blues thing. Especially Ian Paice, who was almost Buddy Rich-esque.
It was the sheer power of Bonzo that appealed to me. And his sound. I’d never heard drums with //that// sound. Page’s production was important of course. Bonzo had depth and air, and he played so musically. The way he played around those Page riffs with such power, musicality and finesse was very impressive. I just wanted to be in Led Zeppelin just by hearing Bonzo’s drums. I would put my headphones on and go down to my drum kit in the basement and pretend I was in Led Zeppelin. But I never tried out the Moby Dick solo – that was kind of crazy.
I think Jimmy Page was right to call an end to Zeppelin when Bonham died. Right there it shows you that here’s a guy that’s irreplaceable. Both as a person and as a musician.
I went to Bonham’s grave. It’s out in the middle of nowhere in Rushock, a beautiful village in the heart of the Black Country. I was doing a drum clinic in Birmingham last October. I asked my driver: “Isn’t John Bonham, buried somewhere near here?” For some reason he knew exactly what to do. He typed in www.findagrave.com on his laptop and we got the location. We drove down a little road and we found an old, old church. We went through a little creaky gate and no one was around; we just walked through. Most times in America you’ll see big mausoleums but Bonzo’s just got a very humble little gravestone. I managed to recognise it because there was a good slew of drumsticks sitting at the bottom of his stone. It made me really sad because it was such a waste of life.

PS: Wer ist denn Chad Smith??? :roll:

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Black Dog - 14.12.2006, 09:54

Brian May hat es wohl nicht geschafft, dabei zu sein :(
Aber lest einige positive Kommentare über ihn :grin:

When I finished the list, I was shocked to find that I couldn't remember Brian May's name (other than to praise Lennon). So I flicked back to check I hadn't missed him - sure enough I couldn't find him. I was amazed that the list could be so strong as to keep such a talent out. So I flicked back and started cursing Cliff Richard's name - "Damn him for keeping Big Haired Bri' out!" was my logic, I deemed him the least worthy and took out all my frustrations on my Mum's collection of Cliff albums. It was only then that I realised that perhaps YOU GUYS were to blame rather than Mr Richards and, sure enough, there's only 98 icons! Brian May's a shoo-in for his amazing (and varied) guitar work, songwriting magic and HELL Tie Your Mother Down alone must get him in there; it's eternal. But that begs the question: Who's the final icon? Jagger, Gabriel, Waters? My pick's Daltrey, you can't have all of The (F'ing) Beatles and all of Led Zep but excommunicate Roger from The Who!



Brian May

Again, rightfully mentioned in dispatches is Freddie Mercury, how could he not be?
But to leave out someone who was integral at creating the unique Queen sound, is the second miscarriage of justice.

Take away Freddies wonderful vocals and listen…just listen.
You don’t need those vocals to know INSTANTLY that it’s a Queen track…that wonderful soaring, lifting, cutting, melodic, quirky, funny, yes funny guitar you hear?
Brian May.
The wonderful Brian May.

There is no one else on this planet that sounds like he does. As you go through your musical life guitarists come and go, but the best, the very best leave an indelible mark on you…you can hear the merest snatch of their work and the fur on the back of your neck goes up and you know…you just know INSTANTLY who it is, and what’s coming.
That’s a rare guitarist.

Any man that can carry through life the hugest perm the world has ever seen, before they were trendy, and long, long afterwards, deserves our respect.
Anyone that can get away with wearing those flimsy wavy kaftan type things on stage, long after they were trendy, deserves our respect.
Anyone that chooses one of the worst actresses the world has ever known to be his partner in life, deserves our respect. (And sympathy)
Anyone that becomes synonymous with the image of their chosen instrument, deserves our respect…Look at the Gibson and Brian May comes to mind.

Listen ot the Queen debut album the other day and his influence is there from those humble beginnings to the last album Innuendo…Listen to Killer Queen, the song that put them in the limelight before Rhapsody…Classic May…All through the bands history the licks he produces, from when Queen were proud to announce on their albums ‘Queen use no synthesisers’ all his work…They wanted everyone to know, that unique sound? Created by one man.

Not a drug induced, chain smoking, mardy arsed, sullen old bastard…a Flamboyant, entertaining, superbly skilled musician.

The defence rests…



Brian May the mans a guitar god-can't believe he didn't get a mention



Brian may , is my rock icon he is god's guitar , one of the best guitarist ever , i idelise him soo much i'm trying to grow my hair like him him lol.

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Black Dog - 14.12.2006, 21:26
Hier kommen die beiden Queen-Frontmänner
Hier kommen die beiden Queen-Frontmänner ;-)

Freddie Mercury by Taylor Hawkins

There are some guys and girls who front bands, and you just know they’re posing. You just don’t believe them. Then there are the ones whom you realise that what you’re getting onstage is an extension of their true personalities. Those are the great ones, and there are so few of these. But Freddie Mercury was definitely in that class.
Now, everyone always talks about his charisma and outrageous performances, but what first got me interested in him was the music. He was a brilliant musician. Some of the things he did were amazing. Could anyone else have conceived Bohemian Rhapsody? One of my earliest memories is singing along to the opera part of that song with my big sister, when that track came on the radio.
Freddie also took the piss out of himself, but combined that with just enough pretentiousness. He came from an era when so many frontmen took themselves too seriously. But he really had a sense of humour about himself, although there had to be just enough seriousness in there as well, to allow him to go and do what he did onstage. From those 70s bands, perhaps only Peter Gabriel can rival Freddie in that respect.
The other thing was his diversity. I’ve actually got a bootleg of him singing with a very early band, about 1969, and he really couldn’t sing. Roger Taylor, whom I’ve gotten to know well, confirmed that when Queen started, Freddie sounded terrible; apparently, he sounded like a sheep, because of the overactive vibrato in his voice. But in a short space of time, he taught himself, and did it amazingly. You realised just how unique he was when that tribute show happened at Wembley Stadium in 1992. All those brilliant singers, and not one was able to do everything he could. That’s why I think that Queen should have gotten both Paul Rodgers and George Michael in the band for their recent tour. Between them they could cover most of what Freddie did on his own!
Queen were the first band I ever saw live. It was at Irvine Meadows in California in 1982. It was so inspiring that I went home and told my mom that one day I’d play at that venue. I never really believed that shit, but it’s happened. So, I owe Freddie for helping me make a dream come true.



Paul Rodgers by Jimmy Barnes

I first heard Free on a car radio back in the early 70s and it was a real pivotal point for me. The moment I heard Paul Rodgers singing is when I decided I wanted to be in a rock’n’roll band. I just loved the simplicity of it: the blues, the soul, the melody.
My brother Swanny played me a lot of their records and every one of them was great, and each gut in the band was great, too. But Paul Rodgers, for a white rock singer, had the best tone and continues to have to this day. He’s one of those guys I’ve looked up to for years.
I didn’t hear the stuff he did with Queen but I’m sure he’s brought a credible element to that. Freddie’s are big shoes to fill but I’m sure Paul brought something interesting to it. Apart from that, I’ve listened to every single thing that he did and been to see him live and he never lets you down. And he’s a good bloke too, I’ve met him a few times and he’s really generous with his time and I really like him.
Free were unique, not structured like a rock’n’roll band. There are all sorts of influences in there: blues, soul, folk… which I really like. They’re really British and I think Free epitomise British rock. And Paul Rodgers was the singer. Every singer I’ve ever met or worked with, and especially Glenn Hughes who I’m recording with now, all bowed down to Paul.
You can really hear that Muddy Waters and BB King stuff shine through in him and yet he adds something else to it. He wears his influences on his sleeve. After listening to Paul it made me go back and listen to those blues guys, too.
I did a couple of shows with him. I did the 100th Anniversary of Gibson Guitars at Wembley and appeared with him in the English Rock Ensemble in Sydney a few years back. I spoke to him quite a lot on that tour, he was awesome. He was really focused and I really like the way he was in control of his life. I liked the way he’d changed himself and grown. And as soon as he opened his mouth he had this incredible tone. It’s a gift, that’s all you can say, a real natural, effortless, soulful voice. A great singer.

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Freddiebear - 15.12.2006, 17:12

Black Dog hat folgendes geschrieben: Anyone that becomes synonymous with the image of their chosen instrument, deserves our respect…Look at the Gibson and Brian May comes to mind.

DAS hab ich jetzt nicht so verstanden.
Soweit ich das übersetzen konnte, heißt es: "Jeder, der ein Synonym des Bildes des von ihm gewählten Instrumentes wird, verdient unseren Respekt - Schau dir die Gibson an und dir fällt Brian May ein."
Also, heißt das soviel wie, dass man mit dem Instrument des Gitarristen den Gitarristen in Verbindung bringt.
Aber Brian hat doch gar keine Gibson gespielt!

:?: :?: :?:

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Black Dog - 15.12.2006, 18:09

Habe ich auch nicht begriffen :roll:

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Black Dog - 15.12.2006, 18:13

Hier kommt Robert :grin:


Robert Plant by Alison Seabeck

I suppose I first got into Led Zeppelin around 1969, when I was 15 years old, and had graduated from pop stars such as Cliff Richard. Zeppelin were just extraordinary. Everything about them made the band unique for me. As a vocalist, Robert Plant was one of the very best ever. I’d rate him alongside Paul Rodgers and Roger Chapman as my all-time fave.
His voice was stunning. It really stood out from others of the era. And he had such a great charisma. My assistant down in my constituency is in love with Plant, and I have to say that he has worn really well over the years.
Plant was such a crucial part of Zeppelin. You can’t imagine anyone else singing for that band – it really couldn’t have worked. But then, I suppose that’s what made them so great – the chemistry between the four was astounding.
One of my biggest regrets is that I’ve not ever seen Robert Plant live. My mum wouldn’t let me go and see Zeppelin when they toured – how embarrassing is that to admit?! And they never came to Romford, where I lived, because they got so big, so quickly. Other bands, such as Free and Black Sabbath did gig there, but not Zeppelin. I also recall trying to get to see them when they played Knebworth Park in 1979, but nobody would lie for me, so that I could get out of the house.
I saw a lot of the MTV footage shot with Page-Plant in 1994 (the ‘UnLedded’ sessions), and Plant sounded as good as ever. I really liked the way he played around with the Zeppelin classics – it was very clever. I’ve not kept up with what he’s doing these days. But I love those Zeppelin songs. I’ve got some on my iPod, and when I travel down to and from Plymouth, I’m always playing them – and trying to air guitar along.
I have to say that Robert Plant was also indirectly responsible for a terrible moment in my teen years. I took along the first two Led Zeppelin albums to a party – and lost them. I was absolutely gutted when I realised they’d gone. Fortunately, I’ve got them again now, although it’s on CD obviously, and not the vinyl of those days.

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Black Dog - 16.12.2006, 10:19

Und hier Jonesey...

John Paul Jones by Eddie Kramer

I did five records with Led Zeppelin and we have a long history. Let me set the timeframe here – we have to go back, to 1967, the early days when Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones were session musicians, because that’s how I knew them. I had a very good, warm relationship with John Paul Jones – I used to see him on sessions all the time. I remember one day he said to me: “Come over the house, I want to play you something.” This was 1968, and he played me an acetate of the first Zeppelin album. I was blown away, I was like: “Wow, this is amazing. What’s it called?” He said: “Led Zeppelin.” I said: “God, that’s a stupid name.” And I always say, was I ever wrong on that account.
I think that Page had this ability to direct the proceedings – he had the final vision. But if it were not for the contributions of the other guys, it would never have been as great. Page is a genius in the fact that he was able to muster all the guys together, take all their great ideas, and push it all in one particular direction. And being a great guitar player and visionary as well. He was very inspiring to work with – very exact, knew what he wanted. I often said this – there is a remarkable similarity between Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix, in the sense that here were two great lead guitar players who had this very clear vision of what they wanted, and what they wanted to sound like. So therefore, I can only heap praise upon Mr Page’s abilities.
But I don’t think Zeppelin could have been deemed ‘Zeppelin’ without the amazing contributions of the rest of the band. Obviously, the greatest rock drummer, one of the world’s great lead singers, and Page is no slouch, either. But to me, the key element is John Paul Jones. I think without him, Zeppelin would not have been as great. Jonesy, with his deep knowledge of music and arranging, really helped Page. I think that musical energy that Jones brought balanced out everybody else. And you think about those four guys – they were such unique individuals. You couldn’t imagine four different human beings, but yet when you put them all together, the most amazing music comes out of them.

Eddie Kramer was the engineer on all of Jimi Hendrix’s albums and on five Led Zeppelin albums. Check www.kramerarchives.com for info on upcoming photo exhibits by Eddie Kramer.

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Black Dog - 17.12.2006, 10:26

Brian May war zwar selbst nicht dabei...aber er hat etwas über John Lennon geschrieben:


John Lennon by Brian May

I wasn't allowed to go to see The Beatles in concert when I was a kid. My parents thought pop concerts were attended by the wrong sort of people. So I never got to see the 20th century’s biggest phenomenon live. But from the moment I heard Love Me Do on the radio, I knew this bunch of guys were magic... that they voiced all my hidden joy and yearnings as a teenager struggling to make his way into the world of the 60s. The raw power, the biting harmonies, and passion, the cursory but good-humoured slap in the face for authority, and everything that had gone before – that famous 'irreverence’, epitomised by John Lennon’s smirks to the news teams that hung on The Beatles’ every utterance throughout the world – was food for my soul from that day forward.
That feeling of release that the Beatles gave me has never gone away. It is impossible to doubt that the combination of the four lads was unique, a piece of magic in a million – the perfect rock group to inspire all rock groups, and rewrite the framework of not only popular music but the whole culture of the young. But, as time went on, it became apparent that John Lennon was at the heart of this awesome power. Standing next to the melodic genius of his pal Paul McCartney, the emerging spiritual fire of George Harrison, and undoubtedly the most original drummer of his day, Ringo Starr, it was the acerbic Lennon who provided the bedrock of amused cynicism, the anchor of Truth, and ultimately, the pure, riveting off-the-wall invention that kept The Beatles firmly out of the trite, and into the extremes of dangerous creativity.
There is not enough space here to come close to chronicling all Lennon’s masterpieces, but check out Tomorrow Never Knows, Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, and then I Am the Walrus and Strawberry Fields Forever, and tell me you do not gasp… Never had anything been created like these works in the whole of history.
Lennon, from a frankly less-than-glamorous teenager with a bit of a chip on his shoulder, developed into the coolest guy on Earth. He was cool enough to write the greatest teen pop song ever written (in my humble etc): I Want To Hold Your Hand, to embrace psychedelia and make it musically valid, to leave The Beatles when he felt it had all become a shallow game he didn't want to play any more, and then to put his whole being into promoting Peace in his solo work, producing almost certainly the greatest, most daring and personally revealing solo albums ever made, including the exquisite Jealous Guy, the soul-baring God, and the immortal anthem for mankind, Imagine. OK, I am out of space, but Lennon, for all of us post-revolution (whatever that was…) musos, was, is, and always will be... IT.
I rest my case.

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Black Dog - 12.01.2007, 12:57
Die erfolgreichsten Alben der letzten Jahrzehnte
Die erfolgreichsten Alben der letzten Jahrzehnte
15.11.2006

LOS ANGELES - Die "Beatles", die "Rolling Stones", "U2" und Bob Dylan gehören zu den bedeutendsten Musikern des letzten Jahrhunderts. Das ermittelte das amerikanische "Time"-Magazin. Als Ergebnis wurde jedoch kein gewöhnliches Ranking aufgestellt. Vielmehr wurden die Künstler nach dem Erfolg ihrer Alben in den vergangenen Jahrzehnten sortiert. Ein verantwortlicher Musikkritiker erklärte: "Wir haben herum gesucht, uns viel angehört und uns den Kopf darüber zerbrochen, bis wir die Liste der erfolgreichsten und einflussreichsten Alben in der Geschichte der Musik zusammen hatten."

Hier ist die Liste der erfolgreichsten Alben der vergangenen Jahrzehnte:

2000:
The Essential Hank Williams Collection: Turn Back the Years -- Hank Williams

The College Dropout -- Kanye West

Portrait of a Legend, 1951-1964 -- Sam Cooke

Elvis: 30 No. 1 Hits -- Elvis Presley

The Anthology, 1947-1972 -- Muddy Waters

Kid A -- Radiohead

Stankonia -- Outkast

Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea -- PJ Harvey

The Marshall Mathers LP -- Eminem


1990:
Sunrise -- Elvis Presley

Car Wheels on a Gravel Road -- Lucinda Williams

OK Computer -- Radiohead

Ready to Die -- The Notorious B.I.G.

Time Out of Mind -- Bob Dylan

Endtroducing... -- DJ Shadow

(What's the Story) Morning Glory -- Oasis

Live Through This -- Hole

My Life -- Mary J. Blige

Slanted and Enchanted -- Pavement

The Chronic -- Dr. Dre

Achtung Baby -- U2

Nevermind -- Nirvana

Out of Time -- R.E.M.

Phil Spector, Back to Mono (1958-1969) -- Various Artists

Ropin' The Wind -- Garth Brooks

Star Time -- James Brown

The Low End Theory -- A Tribe Called Quest


1980:
Like a Prayer -- Madonna

Paul's Boutique -- Beastie Boys

The Stone Roses -- The Stone Roses

It Takes a Nation of Millions
to Hold Us Back -- Public Enemy

Straight Outta Compton -- N.W.A

Document -- R.E.M.

Paid in Full -- Eric B. and Rakim

Sign O' The Times -- Prince

The Joshua Tree -- U2

Graceland -- Paul Simon

Master of Puppets -- Metallica

Raising Hell -- Run-DMC

Legend -- Bob Marley and the Wailers

Purple Rain -- Prince

Stop Making Sense -- Talking Heads

The Great Twenty-Eight -- Chuck Berry

Thriller -- Michael Jackson

Back in Black -- AC/DC


1970:
London Calling -- The Clash

One Nation Under a Groove -- Parliament/Funkadelic

Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols -- The Sex Pistols

Rumours -- Fleetwood Mac

Hotel California -- The Eagles

Ramones -- The Ramones

Songs in the Key of Life -- Stevie Wonder

Born to Run -- Bruce Springsteen

Horses -- Patti Smith

Red Headed Stranger -- Willie Nelson

Call Me -- Al Green

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road -- Elton John

The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust -- David Bowie

Exile on Main Street -- The Rolling Stones

Talking Book -- Stevie Wonder

The Harder They Come -- Jimmy Cliff and Various Artists

Blue -- Joni Mitchell

Coat of Many Colors -- Dolly Parton

Hunky Dory -- David Bowie

Led Zeppelin IV (a.k.a. Zoso) -- Led Zeppelin

Paranoid -- Black Sabbath

Sticky Fingers -- The Rolling Stones

Tapestry -- Carole King

What's Going On -- Marvin Gaye

Who's Next -- The Who

After the Gold Rush -- Neil Young

Bridge Over Troubled Water -- Simon and Garfunkel

John Lennon -- Plastic Ono Band

Moondance -- Van Morrison


1960:
Abbey Road -- The Beatles

Bitches Brew -- Miles Davis

Stand! -- Sly & the Family Stone

The Band -- The Band

Astral Weeks -- Van Morrison

At Folsom Prison -- Johnny Cash

Lady Soul -- Aretha Franklin

The Beatles ("The White Album") -- The Beatles

Are You Experienced -- The Jimi Hendrix Experience

I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You -- Aretha Franklin

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band -- The Beatles

The Velvet Underground and Nico -- The Velvet Underground

Blonde on Blonde -- Bob Dylan

Pet Sounds -- The Beach Boys

Revolver -- The Beatles

Highway 61 Revisited -- Bob Dylan

Otis Blue -- Otis Redding

Rubber Soul -- The Beatles

A Love Supreme -- John Coltrane

Live at the Apollo (1963) -- James Brown

Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music -- Ray Charles

King of the Delta Blues Singers -- Robert Johnson

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Freddiebear - 12.01.2007, 16:15

Ich hab mir das von Brian durchgelesen. Echt schön! Und zutreffend.

In den 60ern sind die Beatles ja voll oft dabei. :-)

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Black Dog - 12.01.2007, 18:08

Noch mal zu
Zitat: Schau dir die Gibson an und dir fällt Brian May ein

Hab heute noch gelesen, dass Brian die "Goldene (?) Les Paul" bekommen hat (oder "Ehren-Les Paul", oder so) überreicht von Jeff Beck (im letzten Jahr, glaube ich)
Also...irgendwie scheint Brian mit Gibson assoziiert zu werden, oder?

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Freddiebear - 12.01.2007, 20:18

Ne, eigentlich nicht, deswegen wundert mich es ja.
Brian ist immer "der Gitarrist, der sich selbst ne Gitarre gebaut hat, der, mit dem speziellen Sound".

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Black Dog - 20.01.2007, 14:49

Mal wieder was zum Aufregen ;-)

100 Greatest English Rock Artists


1. The Beatles (Liverpool)
2. Rolling Stones (London)
3. Led Zeppelin (London)
4. The Who (London)
5. The Jimi Hendrix Experience (London)
6. Pink Floyd (London)
7. The Clash (London)
8. Cream (London)
9. Elton John (Middlesex)
10. Queen (London)
11. Black Sabbath (Birmingham)
12. David Bowie (Brixton)
13. The Kinks (London)
14. Emerson, Lake and Palmer (London)
15. Fleetwood Mac (London)
16. Deep Purple (Hertford)
17. Joe Cocker (Sheffield)
18. Iron Maiden (London)
19. The Yardbirds (London)
20. Dire Straits (London)
21. Jethro Tull (London)
22. The Police (London)
23. King Crimson (London)
24. Moody Blues (Birmingham)
25. Rod Stewart (London)
26. Sex Pistols (London)
27. The Animals (Newcastle)
28. The Cure (Crawley)
29. Status Quo (Minehead)
30. Paul McCartney (Liverpool)
31. Cat Stevens (London)
32. Eric Clapton (Riply)
33. Sting (Newcastle)
34. John Lennon (Liverpool)
35. The Faces (London)
36. Genesis (London)
37. Electric Light Orchestra (London)
38. Peter Gabriel (London)
39. The Smiths (Manchester)
40. Yes (London)
41. Jeff Beck (Surrey)
42. Radiohead (Oxford)
43. The Hollies (Manchester)
44. Peter Frampton (Kent)
45. The Pretty Things (London)
46. Judas Priest (Birmingham)
47. Small Faces (London)
48. John Mayall's Bluesbreakers (London)
49. Uriah Heep (Walthamsow)
50. Motorhead (London)
51. Oasis (Manchester)
52. Ozzy Osbourne (Birmingham)
53. Phil Collins (London)
54. Whitesnake (London)
55. George Harrison (Liverpool)
56. The Nice (London)
57. Eurythmics (London)
58. Manfred Mann's Earth Band (London)
59. Def Leppard (Sheffield)
60. PIL (Andover)
61. Osibisa (London)
62. Procol Harum (Essex)
63. Blind Faith (Aston-Tirrold)
64. The Stone Roses (Manchester)
65. The Dave Clark Five (London)
66. UltraVox (London)
67. Coldplay (London)
68. Robbie Williams (London)
69. Blur (Colchester)
70. Herman's Hermits (Manchester)
71. Massive Attack (Bristol)
72. Placebo (London)
73. Prodigy (London)
74. Mandala (London)
75. Free (London)
76. Traffic (Birmingham)
77. Gravy Train (Lancashire)
78. Joy Division (Manchester)
79. Ten Years After (Nottingham)
80. Depeche Mode (London)
81. Porcupine Tree (London)
82. Robert Plant (Staffordshire)
83. The Zombies (St Albans, London)
84. The Jam (London)
85. Henry Cow (London)
86. T-Rex (London)
87. Wishbone Ash (Devon)
88. Gomez (Southport)
89. Morrissey (Manchester)
90. Muse (Teignmouth, Devon)
91. The Verve (Wigan)
92. Humble Pie (Essex)
93. Van der graaf Generator (Manchester)
94. Rick Wakeman (Middlesex)
95. The Groundhogs (London)
96. The Darkness (Lowestoft)
97. Jesus and Mary Chain (London)
98. The Herd (Manchester)
99. Richard Ashcroft (Wigan)
100. Marillion (Aylesbury)

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Anonymous - 20.01.2007, 19:28

Bin ich hier eigentlich der einzige der die Rollig Stones für eine der überbewertesten Bands hält?! Was finden so viele an ihnen?

Ok Beatles auf Platz eins, damit kann ich leben (obwohl ich die Foskeln ala; "Ohne die Beatles gebe es heute keine gute Musik" etwas peinlich finde)

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Black Dog - 20.01.2007, 20:06

Überbewertet...sicher :lol:
Aber dennoch gut (in jungen Jahren) ;-)

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Freddiebear - 21.01.2007, 11:15

Queen nur auf Platz 10...

Also, ich finde, die Rolling Stones werden überbewertet.

Und Queen werden anscheinend unterschätzt! :?
Nach was gehen die bei solchen Polls eigentlich immer? Bei dem zumindest. Great kann vieles sein.

Dass es ohne die Beatles heute keine geniale Musik geben würde, find ich auch übertrieben. Und geniale Musik wird heute eh nur selten oder gar nicht mehr PRODUZIERT. :roll:
Aber ich find´s ganz gut, dass die Beatles auf Platz eins sind.

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Ändy - 21.01.2007, 12:28
....
...ähh,ich hätte da bei Drummer Nr.68 mal einen kleinen Einspruch(nicht gegen denn Verfasser /Einsteller dieses Polls gerichtet!)
Chester Thompson hat nicht nur bei Santana gedrummt,sondern auch bei Genesis!



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Black Dog - 25.01.2007, 08:42

Hätte ich auch nicht gewusst, Ändy ;-)

Hier mal wieder ein anderer Poll...die besten Gitarren-Solos :grin:

STAIRWAY To Heaven’s guitar solo has been voted the best of all time by music fans.

The Led Zeppelin classic beat Van Halen’s Eruption and Guns n’ Roses’ Paradise City in the Total Guitar magazine poll.

Rest of Top 10: 4 Hotel California (The Eagles); 5 Enter Sandman (Metallica); 6 Crossroads (Cream); 7 Voodoo Chile (Jimi Hendrix); 8 Crazy Train (Ozzy Osbourne); 9 All Right Now (Free); 10 Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen).

http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2-2006140046,,00.html

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Black Dog - 25.01.2007, 12:54

Ach...und sofort noch ein neuer Poll ;-)
Und diesmal kann man sich die dazugehörigen Videos auch anschauen:



Top 20 'Greatest Guitar Solos Ever': Videos Available - Jan. 24, 2007
Video links to the top 20 of the Guitar World magazine "100 Greatest Guitar Solos Ever" have been posted online at CityRag. Listen and watch the musical genius and mastery that made these classics famous!

Top 20 "Greatest Guitar Solos Ever":

01. Stairway To Heaven - Jimmy Page
02. Eruption - Edward Van Halen (Option 2)
03. Freebird - Collins/Rossington
04. Comfortably Numb - David Gilmour (Option 2)
05. All Along The Watchtower - Jimi Hendrix
06. November Rain - Slash
07. One - Kirk Hammet
08. Hotel California - Don Felder/Joe Walsh
09. Crazy Train - Randy Rhoads (Option 2)
10. Crossroads - Eric Clapton
11. Voodo Chile - Jimi Hendrix
12. Johnny B. Goode - Chuck Berry
13. Texas Flood - Stevie Ray Vaughan
14. Layla - Clapton/Allman
15. Floods - Dimebag Darrell
16. Heartbreaker - Jimmy Page
17. Cliffs Of Dover - Eric Johnson
18. Little Wing - Jimi Hendrix
19. Highway Star - Ritchie Blackmore
20. Bohemian Rhapsody - Brian May

http://cityrag.blogs.com/main/2007/01/100_greatest_gu.html

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Black Dog - 04.02.2007, 09:42

Die "Holländer" haben ihre Top 4000 (LOL) gewählt :lol:

Ok, "ich" muss mich mit Platz 10 zufrieden geben ;-) Aber über Platz 1 wird sich so manche(r) freuen :lol:

Hier kommen die ersten 100. Den Rest (sind ja nur 3900 Plätze ;-) ) kann man sich mit dem Link (unten) anschauen:

100 Rolling Stones - Angie 1973
99 Tom Browne - Funkin' For Jamaica 1981
98 Marco Borsato - Dromen Zijn Bedrog 1994
97 Elton John - Your Song 1971
96 Paul Simon - Bridge Over Troubled Water 1970
95 Andre Hazes - Zij Gelooft In Mij 2004
94 Guns N' Roses - November Rain 1992
93 Bob Marley & The Wailers - Could You Be Loved 1980
92 Richard Harris - Macarthur Park 1968
91 Juanes - La Camisa Negra 2006
90 George Michael - Careless Whisper 1984
89 Rick Astley - Never Gonna Give You Up 1987
88 Survivor - Eye Of The Tiger 1982
87 Abba - The Winner Takes It All 1980
86 Queen - We Are The Champions 1977
85 John Lennon - Imagine 1971
84 Rolling Stones - (I Can'T Get No) Satisfaction 1965
83 Ub 40 - Red Red Wine 1983
82 Blof - Holiday In Spain 2004
81 Beach Boys - Good Vibrations 1966
80 Queen - Who Wants To Live Forever 1986
79 Volumia! - Afscheid 1998
78 Beatles - Yellow Submarine 1966
77 Michael Jackson - Bad 1987
76 Bee-Gees - Night Fever 1978
75 Sting - Fragile 1988
74 Electric Light Orchestra - Mr. Blue Sky 1978
73 Beatles - Long And Winding Road 1970
72 Boudewijn De Groot - Welterusten Mijnheer De President 1966
71 Doors - Riders On The Storm 1971
70 Jacksons - Can You Feel It 1981
69 Roy Orbison - Pretty Woman 1964
68 Cliff Richard - Some People 1987
67 Phil Collins - Another Day In Paradise 1989
66 Dan Hartman - Relight My Fire 1980
65 Counting Crows - Accidently In Love 2004
64 Doobie Brothers - What A Fool Believes 1986
63 Irene Cara - Fame 1983
62 Simply Red - Sunrise 2003
61 Dire Straits - Private Investigations 1982
60 Eros Ramazzotti - Musica E 1989
59 Andre Hazes - Bloed Zweet En Tranen 2002
58 Babys - Everytime I Think Of You 1979
57 Aretha Franklin - I Say A Little Prayer 1968
56 Marco Borsato - Rood 2006
55 Wham - Wake Me Up Before You Go Go 1984
54 Nena - 99 Luftballons 1983
53 Righteous Brothers - Unchained Melody 1989
52 Frankie Valli - December 1963. 1976
51 Don Mclean - American Pie 1972
50 Maroon 5 - She Will Be Loved 2004
49 Randy Crawford - One Day I'Ll Fly Away 1980
48 Dire Straits - Sultans Of Swing 1978
47 Marco Borsato - Binnen 2000
46 Robbie Williams - She'S The One 1999
45 Abba - Mamma Mia 1975
44 Beatles - All You Need Is Love 1967
43 Marco Borsato - Afscheid Nemen Bestaat Niet 2003
42 Creedence Clearwater Revival - Who'Ll Stop The Rain 1970
41 Beverley Craven - Promise Me 1990
40 Mavericks - Dance The Night Away 1998
39 Fleetwood Mac - Go Your Own Way 1977
38 Elton John - Candle In The Wind 1997
37 Tavares - Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel 1976
36 Dire Straits - Brothers In Arms 1989
35 Abba - Take A Chance On Me 1978
34 Paul Simon - Mrs. Robinson 1968
33 Toto - Africa 1982
32 Bryan Adams - Summer Of '69 1990
31 Elvis Presley - Suspicious Minds 1969
30 Abba - Waterloo 1974
29 John Legend - Ordinary People 2005
28 Peter Maffay - Du 1971
27 Coldplay - Clocks 2003
26 Falco - Jeanny 1986
25 Lou Reed - Walk On The Wild Side 1973
24 Prince - Purple Rain 1984
23 Madonna - Like A Virgin 1984
22 Chris De Burgh - The Lady In Red 1986
21 Michael Jackson - Billie Jean 1983
20 Robbie Williams - Feel 2002
19 Frans Bauer - Heb Je Even Voor Mij 2003
18 Elvis Presley - In The Ghetto 1969
17 Aretha Franklin - Think 1968
16 Beatles - Let It Be 1970
15 Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale 1967
14 John Miles - Music 1976
13 Katie Melua - Nine Million Bicycles 2005
12 Beatles - Hey Jude 1968
11 Jan Smit - Als De Morgen Is Gekomen 2006
10 Led Zeppelin - Stairway To Heaven 1971
9 Robbie Williams - Angels 1998
8 Barry White - You'Re The First, The Last, My Everything 1974
7 Moody Blues - Nights In White Satin 1968
6 U 2 - One 1992
5 Deep Purple - Child In Time 1975
4 Abba - Dancing Queen 1976
3 Eagles - Hotel California 1977
2 Meatloaf - Paradise By The Dashboardlight 1978
1 Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody 1975

http://www.top4000.nl/page/delijst/3900/

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Taylorette - 04.02.2007, 15:37

QUEEN ist ja gleich 3 Mal dabei und auch noch die Nummer 1. :grin:
Die haben Geschmack die Niederländer. :grin:

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Anonymous - 04.02.2007, 17:21

Meat Loaf auf der zwei? Wieso das? :? Ich find seine Stimme richtig ekelhaft.

Platz 2 mit 10 tauschen... :twisted:

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Black Dog - 04.02.2007, 17:27

Zitat: Platz 2 mit 10 tauschen...

Einverstanden :lol:
Mir ist ein Fleischklops auf dem Teller sowieso lieber ;-)

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Tinkerbell - 05.02.2007, 16:29

Ich mag Meat Loaf.. *versteck*

Ich versteh nicht, dass Robbie Williams in der Liste aufgeführt is.. :?

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Freddiebear - 06.02.2007, 20:28

Hallo? N Fleischklops auf nem Teller, also bitte...
Sowas find ich schon leicht gemein, nur jetzt vom Prinzip her. :?
Stell dir mal vor, wie veilleicht andere darüber denken, die dicker sind, und jemand sagt zu denen, sie hätten nen Fleischklops lieber aufm Teller...

Übrigens find ich Meat Loaf gar nicht schlecht. Ich find der kann singen.

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Taylorette - 06.02.2007, 22:53

Das war sicher nicht auf seine Figur bezogen. Meat Loaf bedeutet übersetzt Fleischklops. :wink:

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Black Dog - 07.02.2007, 07:27

Richtig, Anja :lol:

Es war wirklich NUR auf den Namen bezogen (hab' selbst schon mal 108 Kg gewogen) ;-)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Anonymous - 08.02.2007, 21:50

Meat Loaf selbst scheint ja ein großartiger Typ zu sein. Hab den mal beim Raab (?) gesehen, da hat der sich auch selbst auch die Schippe genommen aufgrund seiner Figur.

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 09.02.2007, 07:23

Ja, und den Namen "Fleischklops" hat er sich ja vermutlich selber gegeben...ich kann mir nicht vorstellen, dass seine Eltern ihn so genannt haben :lol:
Er scheint also einen guten Humor zu haben 8)

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Taylorette - 09.02.2007, 12:12

Ja, ich glaube den hat er schon immer. Er war wohl noch nie schlank, hat sich aber nie was daraus gemacht. :lol:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 09.02.2007, 12:42

Und wie man sieht...hat es ihm auch nicht geschadet ;-) :lol:

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Freddiebear - 10.02.2007, 18:15

Oh... SORRY!!! :oops:

Ja, ich mag den Meat Loaf auch. Ich find vor allem, der kann gut singen.

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Black Dog - 10.02.2007, 19:21

Schon gut :grin:

(schade, mein Bild scheint wieder verschwunden zu sein :( )

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Freddiebear - 10.02.2007, 19:29

Welches Bild?

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Black Dog - 11.02.2007, 08:39

Aus meinem vorherigen Beitrag, als ich meinte, das "dick-sein" hat ihm scheinbar nicht geschadet ;-)
War zwar nicht wichtig...aber witzig. Man sah, wie Meat Loaf sich in einigen BHs verhedderte, die ihm wohl Fans zugeworfen haben (LOL)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 11.02.2007, 08:40

Oooops...ich sehe gerade, das Bild ist ja wieder da :grin:

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Black Dog - 23.02.2007, 20:36

Arrrrrggghhh :twisted: ;-)

What is the best song of the 1970's


Selection
Votes

ABBA - Dancing Queen 6% 302
The Beatles - Let It Be 6% 321
Bee Gees - Stayin' Alive 6% 273
Blondie - Heart Of Glass 15% 748
Eagles - Hotel California 9% 452
The Knack - My Sharona 1% 67
Led Zeppelin - Stairway To Heaven 20% 986
Don McLean - American Pie 6% 294
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody 27% 1,312
Simon & Garfunkel - Bridge Over Troubled Water 4% 191

4,946 votes total

PS: Dieser Poll läuft noch...hier kann man mitvoten:
http://www.alaskajim.com/polls/2003bestsong70s.htm

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Freddiebear - 24.02.2007, 09:39

Also, so wie ich des jetzt verstanden habe, ist Queen am meisten gevotet worden?
Coool. :P Und danach Zep. Ganz nach meinem Geschmack. :wink:

Da kann man sogar eigene Polls kostenlos machen. Wär doch was, oder? Mal überlegen... :wink:

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Black Dog - 24.02.2007, 09:50

Ja, hast du richtig verstanden :grin:
Aber dieser Poll ist ja noch nicht zu Ende... ;-) :lol:

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Black Dog - 24.02.2007, 09:52

PS: Und das Gute ist...jeder darf nur einmal voten:


Zitat: We're sorry, you've already voted in this poll!

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Freddiebear - 24.02.2007, 09:58

Black Dog hat folgendes geschrieben: Ja, hast du richtig verstanden :grin:
Aber dieser Poll ist ja noch nicht zu Ende... ;-) :lol:

Mach dir bloß keine falschen Hoffnungen. :twisted: :lol: :wink:
So, so, wollte der Wolfgang ein bisschen mehr unterstützen, he? :wink: Satz mit x war wohl nix, heheheheh. :twisted: :lol:

Ich hab für Queen gevotet. :mrgreen:
Ehrlich gesagt, war´s ja schon schwer. Let it be, Stairway usw. Die sind alle gut! Aber dann hab ich an den Zwischen-und Schlussteil von Bohemian Rhapsody gedacht und dann musst ich einfach Queen nehmen. :lol: Und irgendwie muss man ja seiner Lieblingsband auch ein bisschen treu sein. :roll:

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Black Dog - 24.02.2007, 10:40

Ok, erwischt :oops:
Man kann's ja mal versuchen...bin sicher nicht der einzige ;-)

Aber so gefällt es mir eigentlich besser. Das hat schon eine gewisse Aussagekraft. Bei Polls, wo man mehrfach voten kann, tauchen jedesmal irgendwelche Fan-Clubs auf...und pushen ihren "Star" dann nach oben. Und dadurch kommen dann manchmal sehr "seltsame" Resultate zu stande :twisted: :lol:

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Anonymous - 24.02.2007, 19:53

"Und irgendwie muss man ja seiner Lieblingsband auch ein bisschen treu sein. "

Eben. Und das war ich grad auch. :lol:

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Black Dog - 07.03.2007, 08:29

March 06, 2007
Guitar Heroes gone Wild

Jimi Hendrix has been crowned "Wildest Guitar Hero" of all-time in a new poll of music lovers for influential magazine Classic Rock. The poll was compiled by votes from over 3,000 visitors to www.classicrockmagazine.com and a panel of expert music journalists.

The guitarist, who made his name in the late Sixties, with songs like "Hey Joe" and "Foxy Lady", died aged 27 in 1970, following a drug overdose. Hendrix beat ROLLING STONES legend Keith Richard into second place, while Richard's fellow Brits, Tony Iommi (BLACK SABBATH) and Jimmy Page (LED ZEPPELIN) also made the top ten. Surprisingly, THE WHO guitarist Pete Townshend and GUNS N' ROSES legend Slash failed to even make it into the top 20.

Classic Rock's 20 "Wildest Guitar Heroes":

01. Jimi Hendrix
02. Keith Richards
03. Stevie Ray Vaughan
04. Jimmy Page
05. "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott
06. Tony Iommi
07. Rory Gallagher
08. Eddie Van Halen
09. Chuck Berry
10. Kurt Cobain
11. Steve Clark
12. James Hetfield
13. Brian Jones
14. Jeff Beck
15. John Frusciante
16. Steve Jones
17. Johnny Thunders
18. Ted Nugent
19. Peter Green
20. Ace Frehley

Editor of Classic Rock, Scott Rowley, said: "There's no massive surprise in our readers voting Jimi hendrix their wildest guitar hero of all-time. JIMI hit London in 1966 and set about terrifying guys like Clapton and Pete Townshend with his devastating technique and wired showmanship. It's a combination that's never been bettered — he redefined the term 'guitar hero' — and he made it all seem so easy.

"Singers might think that they're the real kings of rock and roll, but our poll shows that guitarists are far crazier, usually more talented and the real driving force behind the music. Every guitarist in our list turned it up to 11: putting on an unforgettable show and setting the stage alight — sometimes literally — with their presence (and a bottle of lighter fuel). That many of them are still alive after decades of over-indulgence is nothing short of a miracle."

The full rundown of the 100 "Wildest Guitar Heroes" appears in the latest issue of Classic Rock magazine, on sale Wednesday, March 7 — including a free "Legends" DVD, featuring axe heroics artists including Ritchie Blackmore, Eric Clapton, Zakk Wylde and many more!

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Black Dog - 07.03.2007, 09:07

`Definitive 200'
Tuesday, March 6, 2007 5:49 PM EST
The Associated Press

The "Definitive 200" list of albums and soundtracks co-sponsored by the National Association of Recording Merchandisers and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The list, which was chosen by a committee of music retailers within NARM, was released Tuesday.

1 BEATLES SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND 1967 Rock
2 PINK FLOYD DARK SIDE OF THE MOON 1973 Rock
3 MICHAEL JACKSON THRILLER 1982 Pop
4 LED ZEPPELIN LED ZEPPELIN IV 1971 Rock
5 U2 JOSHUA TREE 1987 Rock
6 ROLLING STONES EXILE ON MAIN STREET 1972 Rock
7 CAROLE KING TAPESTRY 1971 Adult Contemporary
8 BOB DYLAN HIGHWAY '61 REVISITED 1965 Rock
9 BEACH BOYS PET SOUNDS 1966 Rock
10 NIRVANA NEVERMIND 1996 Rock
11 PEARL JAM TEN 1991 Rock
12 BEATLES ABBEY ROAD 1969 Rock
13 SANTANA SUPERNATURAL 1999 Rock
14 METALLICA METALLICA 1991 Rock
15 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN BORN TO RUN 1984 Rock
16 PRINCE PURPLE RAIN 1984 Pop
17 AC/DC BACK IN BLACK 1980 Rock
18 ROLLING STONES LET IT BLEED 1969 Rock
19 DOORS DOORS 1967 Rock
20 GRATEFUL DEAD AMERICAN BEAUTY 1970 Rock
21 SHANIA TWAIN COME ON OVER 1997 Country
22 WHO WHO'S NEXT 1971 Rock
23 STEVIE WONDER SONGS IN THE KEY OF LIFE 1976 R&B
24 FLEETWOOD MAC RUMOURS 1977 Pop
25 PINK FLOYD WALL 1979 Rock
26 ALANIS MORISSETTE JAGGED LITTLE PILL 1995 Pop
27 NORAH JONES COME AWAY WITH ME 2002 Pop
28 EMINEM MARSHALL MATHERS LP 2000 Rap
29 OUTKAST SPEAKERBOXX-LOVE BELOW 2003 R&B
30 DR. DRE CHRONIC 1992 Rap
31 BEASTIE BOYS LICENSED TO ILL 1986 Rap
32 GUNS 'N ROSES APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION 1987 Rock
33 DIXIE CHICKS WIDE OPEN SPACES 1998 Country
34 MILES DAVIS KIND OF BLUE 1959 Jazz
35 EAGLES HOTEL CALIFORNIA 1976 Rock
36 DEF LEPPARD HYSTERIA 1987 Rock
37 SOUNDTRACK GREASE 1980 Soundtrack
38 MARVIN GAYE WHAT'S GOING ON 1971 R&B
39 BEATLES WHITE ALBUM 1968 Rock
40 SOUNDTRACK SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER 1977 Soundtrack
41 JIMI HENDRIX ARE YOU EXPERIENCED? 1967 Rock
42 BEATLES REVOLVER 1966 Rock
43 BOSTON BOSTON 1976 Rock
44 BON JOVI SLIPPERY WHEN WET 1986 Rock
45 U2 ACHTUNG BABY 1991 Rock
46 WHITNEY HOUSTON WHITNEY HOUSTON 1985 R&B
47 LED ZEPPELIN LED ZEPPELIN II 1969 Rock
48 DAVE MATTHEWS BAND CRASH 1996 Rock
49 ROLLING STONES STICKY FINGERS 1971 Rock
50 GREEN DAY DOOKIE 1994 Rock
51 LED ZEPPELIN HOUSES OF THE HOLY 1973 Rock
52 JONI MITCHELL BLUE 1971 Rock
53 ELVIS PRESLEY ELVIS PRESLEY AT SUN 2004 Rock
54 AEROSMITH TOYS IN THE ATTIC 1975 Rock
55 LAURYN HILL MISEDUCATION OF LAURYN HILL 1998 R&B
56 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN BORN IN THE U.S.A. 1984 Rock
57 50 CENT GET RICH OR DIE TRYIN' 2003 Rap
58 AC/DC HIGHWAY TO HELL 1979 Rock
59 NOTORIOUS B.I.G. LIFE AFTER DEATH 1997 Rap
60 VAN HALEN VAN HALEN 1978 Rock
61 GREEN DAY AMERICAN IDIOT 2004 Rock
62 BLACK SABBATH PARANOID 1975 Rock
63 EMINEM EMINEM SHOW 2000 Rap
64 JEWEL PIECES OF YOU 1995 Pop
65 COLDPLAY RUSH OF BLOOD TO THE HEAD 2002 Pop
66 MEATLOAF BAT OUT OF HELL 1977 Rock
67 USHER CONFESSIONS 2004 R&B
68 KID ROCK DEVIL WITHOUT A CAUSE 1998 Rock
69 GEORGE HARRISON ALL THINGS MUST PASS 1970 Pop
70 BILLY JOEL STRANGER 1977 Pop
71 EAGLES HELL FREEZES OVER 1994 Rock
72 VAN MORRISON MOONDANCE 1970 Rock
73 REM AUTOMATIC FOR THE PEOPLE 1992 Pop
74 PHIL COLLINS NO JACKET REQUIRED 1985 Pop
75 METALLICA MASTER OF PUPPETS 1986 Rock
76 FAITH HILL BREATHE 1999 Country
77 JOHNNY CASH AT FOLSOM PRISON 1971 Country
78 JOHN COLTRANE LOVE SUPREME 1964 Jazz
79 PINK FLOYD WISH YOU WERE HERE 1975 Rock
80 MICHAEL JACKSON OFF THE WALL 1979 Pop
81 MARVIN GAYE LET'S GET IT ON 1973 R&B
82 BOB SEGER NIGHT MOVES 1976 Rock
83 PAUL SIMON GRACELAND 1986 Pop
84 LINKIN PARK HYBRID THEORY 2000 Rock
85 PRINCE 1999 1983 Pop
86 DEF LEPPARD PYROMANIA 1983 Rock
87 JANET JACKSON CONTROL 1986 R&B
88 RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS BLOOD SUGAR SEX MAGIK 1991 Rock
89 DIRE STRAITS BROTHERS IN ARMS 1985 Rock
90 TUPAC ALL EYEZ ON ME 1996 Rap
91 MATCHBOX TWENTY YOURSELF OR SOMEONE LIKE YOU 1996 Pop
92 RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS CALIFORNICATION 1999 Rock
93 LED ZEPPELIN PHYSICAL GRAFFITI 1975 Rock
94 NELLY COUNTRY GRAMMAR 2000 Rap
95 CREED HUMAN CLAY 1999 Rock
96 CLASH LONDON CALLING 1979 Rock
97 CELINE DION FALLING INTO YOU 1996 Adult Contemporary
98 NEIL YOUNG HARVEST 1968 Rock
99 SOUNDTRACK DIRTY DANCING 1987 Soundtrack
100 DIXIE CHICKS HOME 2002 Country
101 TOM PETTY FULL MOON FEVER 1989 Rock
102 VAN HALEN 1984 1984 Rock
103 SOUNDTRACK TITANIC 1997 Soundtrack
104 CROSBY STILLS & NASH DEJA VU 1970 Rock
105 TLC CRAZYSEXYCOOL 1999 R&B
106 BECK ODELAY 1994 Rock
107 KENNY G BREATHLESS 1992 Adult Contemporary
108 NWA. STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON 1989 Rap
109 SEX PISTOLS NEVER MIND THE BOLLOCKS 1977 Rock
110 BEATLES RUBBER SOUL 1965 Rock
111 RADIOHEAD O.K. COMPUTER 1993 Rock
112 SIMON & GARFUNKEL BRIDGE OVER TROUBLE WATER 1970 Adult Contemporary
113 DIXIE CHICKS FLY 1999 Country
114 METALLICA AND JUSTICE FOR ALL 1988 Rock
115 MICHAEL JACKSON DANGEROUS 1992 Pop
116 MARIAH CAREY DAYDREAM 1995 Pop
117 SOUNDTRACK TOP GUN 1999 Soundtrack
118 ELTON JOHN GOODBYE YELLOW BRICK ROAD 1973 Pop
119 POLICE SYNCHRONICITY 1983 Rock
120 NO DOUBT TRAGIC KINGDOM 1995 Pop
121 ROLLING STONES BEGGAR'S BANQUET 1967 Rock
122 R KELLY R 1998 R&B
123 TOOL LATERALUS 2001 Rock
124 OASIS WHAT'S THE STORY MORNING GLORY 1995 Rock
125 BOB MARLEY EXODUS 1977 Reggae
126 JOURNEY ESCAPE 1981 Rock
127 CHRISTINA AGUILERA CHRISTINA AGUILERA 1999 Pop
128 JAY-Z BLUEPRINT 2001 Rap
129 ALICIA KEYS DIARY OF ALICIA KEYS 2003 R&B
130 SOUNDTRACK O BROTHER WHERE ART THOU? 2000 Soundtrack
131 CARS CARS 1978 Pop
132 ENYA DAY WITHOUT RAIN 2000 Adult Contemporary
133 NATALIE COLE UNFORGETTABLE WITH LOVE NATALIE COLE 1991 R&B
134 SOUNDTRACK FOOTLOOSE 1984 Soundtrack
135 LIONEL RICHIE CAN'T SLOW DOWN 1983 Pop
136 SARAH MCLACHLAN SURFACING 1997 Adult Contemporary
137 BONNIE RAITT NICK OF TIME 1989 Rock
138 METALLICA RIDE THE LIGHTNING 1984 Rock
139 SHERYL CROW TUESDAY NIGHT MUSIC CLUB 1993 Pop
140 FRANK SINATRA IN THE WEE SMALL HOURS 1954 Standards
141 EARTH WIND FIRE GRATITUDE 1975 R&B
142 ZZ TOP ELIMINATOR 1983 Rock
143 WILLIE NELSON RED HEADED STRANGER 1975 Country
144 JOHN LENNON IMAGINE 1971 Rock
145 TONI BRAXTON TONI BRAXTON 1993 R&B
146 ETTA JAMES AT LAST 1961 Blues
147 ELVIS PRESLEY ELVIS PRESLEY 1956 Rock
148 CAT STEVENS TEA FOR THE TILLERMAN 1970 Pop
149 SMASHING PUMPKINS MELLON COLLIE & THE INFINITE SADNESS 1995 Rock
150 DAVE BRUBECK TIME OUT 1959 Jazz
151 JANET JACKSON JANET 1993 R&B
152 QUEEN A NIGHT AT THE OPERA 1975 Rock
153 OZZY OSBOURNE BLIZZARD OF OZZ 1980 Rock
154 WILL SMITH BIG WILLIE STYLE 1997 Rap
155 PRINCE SIGN OF THE TIMES 1987 Pop
156 PUBLIC ENEMY IT TAKES A NATION OF MILLIONS TO HOLD US BACK 1988 Rap
157 BOB DYLAN BLOOD ON THE TRACKS 1975 Rock
158 GEORGE MICHAEL FAITH 1987 Pop
159 BOYZ II MEN COOLEYHIGHHARMONY 1993 R&B
160 DESTINY'S CHILD WRITING'S ON THE WALL 1999 R&B
161 JAY-Z BLACK ALBUM 2003 Rap
162 AVRIL LAVIGNE LET GO 2002 Pop
163 FUGEES SCORE 1996 R&B
164 MADONNA LIKE A VIRGIN 1984 Pop
165 LED ZEPPELIN LED ZEPPELIN 1969 Rock
166 STEVIE RAY VAUGHN TEXAS FLOOD 1983 R&B
167 STONE TEMPLE PILOTS CORE 1992 Rock
168 ORIGINAL CAST PHANTOM OF THE OPERA 1988 Soundtrack
169 JETHRO TULL AQUALUNG 1971 Rock
170 TUPAC ME AGAINST THE WORLD 1995 Rap
171 DAVID BOWIE RISE AND FALL OF ZIGGY STARDUST 1972 Rock
172 SHAKIRA LAUNDRY SERVICE 1998 Pop
173 SOUNDTRACK FORREST GUMP 2001 Soundtrack
174 AL GREEN CALL ME 1973 R&B
175 CURTIS MAYFIELD SUPERFLY 1972 R&B
176 LIVE THROWING COPPER 1994 Rock
177 GEORGE BENSON BREEZIN' 1976 Jazz
178 WHITE STRIPES WHITE BLOOD CELLS 2001 Rock
179 LYNYRD SKYNYRD PRONOUNCED LEH-NERD SKIN-ERD 1973 Rock
180 SADE DIAMOND LIFE 1984 Adult Contemporary
181 FLEETWOOD MAC FLEETWOOD MAC 1975 Pop
182 PAUL MCCARTNEY & WINGS BAND ON THE RUN 1973 Rock
183 BEYONCE DANGEROUSLY IN LOVE 2003 R&B
184 ANITA BAKER RAPTURE 1986 R&B
185 NAS IIIMATIC 1994 Rap
186 BARBARA STREISAND A STAR IS BORN 1976 Soundtrack
187 EARTH WIND FIRE THAT'S THE WAY OF THE WORLD 1975 R&B
188 ANITA BAKER RHYTHM OF LOVE 1994 R&B
189 JAY-Z IN MY LIFETIME VOL 1 1997 Rap
190 LL COOL J MAMA SAID KNOCK YOU OUT 1990 Rap
191 STEELY DAN AJA 1991 Rock
192 WILLIE NELSON STARDUST 1978 Country
193 ARETHA FRANKLIN SPARKLE 1976 R&B
194 ANDREA BOCELLI ANDREA 2004 Classical
195 BOB DYLAN BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME 1965 Rock
196 LUTHER VANDROSS NEVER TOO MUCH 1981 R&B
197 U2 ALL THAT YOU CAN'T LEAVE BEHIND 2000 Rock
198 RUSH 2112 1976 Rock
199 OUTKAST AQUEMINI 1998 R&B
200 GRAND FUNK RAILROAD WE'RE AN AMERICAN BAND 1973 Rock

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Black Dog - 07.03.2007, 13:19

Und direkt noch einen (ganz aktuellen) hinterher ;-)
Die besten...und die schrecklichsten Sänger/innen :lol:
(Platz 8...ist ok, finde ich 8) )



Elvis is still the King


No surprises there, then. But how did Ozzy Osbourne make the 'Q' list? Here's how

Monday, March 05, 2007

By Anthony Barnes

He remains, and perhaps always will, the King. Tomorrow, half a century after his recording debut, Elvis Presley will be crowned the greatest voice of all time by Q magazine.

But the poll also exposed some of the worst singers of all time. The hall of shame includes screechers such as Ozzy Osbourne, Mariah Carey, Céline Dion and Yoko Ono.

Music experts and writers from the magazine deliberated, debated and probably stuck their fingers in their ears on more than one occasion to find the singers whose voices raise hackles, cause earache and terrify domestic pets to condemn nine of the worst offenders - plus a whole musical genre.

Deconstructing Osbourne, the Q panel said that although he was once a powerhouse, "he now sings like he speaks - this may be cause for sympathy but not for buying his albums".

Mariah Carey is castigated for "squawking": "She may have a 100-octave range and the ability to sing so loudly that birds' nests fall from trees, but that doesn't make it right." Céline Dion is included for "grinding out every note as if bearing some kind of grudge against the very notion of economy".

Ono, who at 74 is still recording, is said to be "cursed with a voice that even John Lennon couldn't love". The list is completed by Limp Bizkit singer Fred Durst, Sugarcubes singer Einar, M People's Heather Small, Primal Scream frontman Bobby Gillespie, Haircut 100's Nick Heyward and "any death metal singer".

Returning to the greatest singers, the panel shows a bias towards singers from previous generations with Aretha Franklin in second place and Frank Sinatra in third. Seven of the top 10 are dead, including Otis Redding, Kurt Cobain, Jeff Buckley and John Lennon. The other two living singers in the top 10 are Robert Plant and, controversially, Mick Jagger.

The Top Ten

1. Elvis Presley

From his debut release 'That's All Right' onwards, Presley put sex into rock and roll. Country, gospel and blues, he took them all in his stride

2. Aretha Franklin

Said to have a four-octave range, soul star Franklin showed her prowess and power on hits such as 'Respect' and 'I Say a Little Prayer'

3. Frank Sinatra

Renowned for his perfect delivery and phrasing on classics 'My Way' and 'I've Got You Under My Skin'

4. Otis Redding

Fine versions of songs like 'Satisfaction', but loved for '(Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay'

5. John Lennon

Not technically brilliant, but expressive. 'Imagine' is regularly voted one of the all-time great songs

6. Marvin Gaye

Shot dead by his father in 1984, the Motown star was said to have 'the voice of an angel trapped in a man'

7. Kurt Cobain

Not exactly a beautiful voice but his anguished cries on Nirvana hits such as 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' launched a rock revolution in the early 1990s

8. Robert Plant

As singer with Led Zeppelin, Plant and his feminine high register touched millions with 'Stairway to Heaven' and 'Immigrant Song'

9. Mick Jagger

Jagger's wicked rasp introduced Britons to rhythm and blues and is still going strong after more than 40 years

10. Jeff Buckley

Was barely known during his lifetime, but his only completed studio album is now a classic, especially his version of 'Hallelujah'

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Freddiebear - 07.03.2007, 18:15

Also mit der Sänger Liste bin ich überhaupt nicht einverstanden... Freddie gar nicht dabei... Und Kurt Cobain vor Robert? Also... :roll:

Und was die schlechten Sänger angeht. Ich finde, Céline Dion ist keineswegs eine schlechte Sängerin. Es mag nicht jeder ihre Stimme mögen, das ändert aber finde ich nichts daran, dass sie es wirklich kann.

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Black Dog - 07.03.2007, 19:17

Tja, zu Kurt haben sie ja folgendes geschrieben:
Zitat: Not exactly a beautiful voice

Und bei Mariah sagen sie, dass sie "toll" singen kann...aber sie kreischt(?) oder quiestscht? Keine Ahnung...

Und zu Freddie: Er ist "nur" nicht in den Top Ten...aber sicher kurz danach!? Ist vielleicht das Q-Magazine amerikanisch? Könnte ja daran liegen. Ansonsten weiss ich es auch nicht... :roll:

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Black Dog - 07.03.2007, 19:20

Uppps :oops: Du hattest ja gar nicht Mariah angesprochen, sondern Celin :lol:
Jetzt habe ich vergessen, was sie bei ihr zu mosern hatten ;-) Sie hält die Töne zu lange, oder irgend so was :lol:

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Freddiebear - 07.03.2007, 20:46

Das ist ja der größte Quatsch aller Zeiten... :lol: Sorry.

Ist alles Geschmackssache. Und wenn sie alles objektiv bewerten wollten, müssten alle Plätze eh von Opernsängern besetzt sein, weil die nun mal am besten singen können.
Aber gefallen tuts mir trotzdem nicht. :lol:

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Black Dog - 07.03.2007, 20:54

Sind eben Polls :lol:
Nicht zuuu ernst nehmen ;-)

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Freddiebear - 09.03.2007, 20:32

I don´t do so. :wink:

Ich schau die mir immer an, mit einem innerlichen Grinsen. :wink:

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Black Dog - 14.03.2007, 08:38

Mit diesem Poll kann man aber leben, oder? :roll:

Greatest 'Rock' Vocal Performances

1. Love Reign O'er Me - Roger Daltrey (The Who)
2. Child In Time - Ian Gillan (Deep Purple)
3. Say Hello To Heaven - Chris Cornell (Temple Of The Dog)
4. Bohemian Rhapsody - Freddie Mercury (Queen)
5. Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley
6. Since I've Been Loving You - Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin)
7. Piece Of My Heart - Janis Joplin (Big Brother & the Holding Company)
8. Grace - Jeff Buckley
9. Life On Mars - David Bowie
10. Who Wants To Live Forever - Freddie Mercury/Brain May (Queen)
11. Stairway To Heaven - Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin)
12. Backstreets - Bruce Springsteen
13. Jesus Christ Pose - Chris Cornell (Soundgarden)
14. God Only Knows - Carl Wilson (The Beach Boys)
15. Painkiller - Rob Halford (Judas Priest)
16. Release - Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam)
17. Queen Of The Reich - Geoff Tate (Queensryche)
18. Mother, Father - Steve Perry (Journey)
19. Pushit - Maynard James Keenan (Tool)
20. When The Music's Over - Jim Morrison (The Doors)
21. Rooster - Layne Staley/Jerry Cantrell (Alice In Chains)
22. Great Gig in the Sky - Clare Torry (Pink Floyd)
23. Hallelujah - Jeff Buckley
24. Alone - Ann Wilson (Heart)
25. Open Arms - Steve Perry (Journey)
26. Victim Of Changes - Rob Halford (Judas Priest)
27. Somebody To Love - Freddie Mercury (Queen)
28. Tutti Frutti - Little Richard
29. Oh Darling - Paul McCartney (The Beatles)
30. Like A Rolling Stone - Bob Dylan
31. Jeremy - Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam)
32. Love Of My Life - Freddie Mercury (Queen)
33. Thunder Road - Bruce Springsteen
34. Don't Stop Me Now - Freddie Mercury (Queen)
35. White Rabbit - Grace Slick (Jefferson Airplane)
36. Twist And Shout - John Lennon (The Beatles)
37. Black Dog - Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin)
38. Trooper - Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden)
39. The Show Must Go On - Freddie Mercury (Queen)
40. Slaves And Bulldozers - Chris Cornell (Soundgarden)
41. Me And Bobby McGee - Janis Joplin
42. Sympathy For The Devil - Mick Jagger (Rolling Stones)
43. Dream On - Steven Tyler (Aerosmith)
44. Under Pressure - Freddie Mercury/David Bowie (Queen)
45. Eulogy - Maynard James Keenan (Tool)
46. Golden Slumbers - Paul McCartney (The Beatles)
47. Estranged - Axl Rose (Guns N Roses)
48. The Grudge - Maynard James Keenan (Tool)
49. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You - Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin)
50. The End - Jim Morrison (The Doors)
51. We Are The Champions - Freddie Mercury (Queen)
52. Hunger Strike - Chris Cornell/Eddie Vedder (Temple Of The Dog)
53. Won't Get Fooled Again - Roger Daltrey (The Who)
54. Midlife Crisis - Mike Patton (Faith No More)
55. Tears In Heaven - Eric Clapton
56. Rainbow In The Dark - Ronnie James Dio (Dio)
57. Whole Lotta Love - Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin)
58. A Day In The Life - John Lennon (The Beatles)
59. Showbiz - Matt Bellamy (Muse)
60. Because - Lennon/McCartney/Harrison (The Beatles)
61. An American Trilogy - Elvis Presley
62. Gimme Shelter - Mick Jagger/Mary Clayton (Rolling Stones)
63. Man In The Box - Layne Staley/Jerry Cantrell (Alice In Chains)
64. Freewheel Burning - Rob Halford (Judas Priest)
65. Street Fighting Man - Mick Jagger (Rolling Stones)
66. Civil War - Axl Rose (Guns N Roses)
67. Exit Music (For a Film) - Thom Yorke (Radiohead)
68. Beyond The Wheel - Chris Cornell (Soundgarden)
69. Landslide - Stevie Nicks (Fleetwood Mac)
70. Nutshell - Layne Staley (Alice In Chains)
71. Time - David Gilmour (Pink Floyd)
72. Everybody Hurts - Michael Stipe (REM)
73. Radio Gaga - Freddie Mercury (Queen)
74. Somebody To Love - Grace Slick (Jefferson Airplane)
75. Bad Company - Paul Rodgers (Bad Company)
76. Walk This Way - Steven Tyler (Aerosmith)
77. Pride - Bono (U2)
78. Ticks & Leeches - Maynard James Keenan (Tool)
79. Still Loving You - Klaus Meine (The Scorpions)
80. Revolution Calling - Geoff Tate (Queensryche)
81. Mercedes Benz - Janis Joplin
82. Love Hurts - Dan McCafferty (Nazareth)
83. Rock N Roll Suicide - David Bowie
84. Cry Cry Baby - Janis Joplin
85. Don't Cry - Axl Rose (Guns N Roses)
86. Radio Radio - Elvis Costello
87. Cemetary Gates - Philip Anselmo (Pantera)
88. Would - Layne Staley/Jerry Cantrell (Alice In Chains)
89. Yellow Ledbetter - Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam)
90. Steel Rain - Chris Cornell
91. Black - Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam)
92. My Generation - Roger Daltrey (The Who)
93. Hallowed Be Thy Name - Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden)
94. Outlaw Torn - James Hetfield (Metallica)
95. Travelin Band - John Fogerty (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
96. Dreams - Sammy Hagar (Van Halen)
97. Street Spirit - Thom Yorke (Radiohead)
98. Five To One - Jim Morrison (The Doors)
99. Space Oddity - David Bowie
100. Unchained Melody - Bobby Hatfield/Bill Medley (Righteous Brothers)
101. Break On Through - Jim Morrison (The Doors)
102. Blood Red Skies - Rob Halford (Judas Priest)
103. Comfortably Numb - Roger Waters/David Gilmour (Pink Floyd)
104. American Woman - Burton Cummings (Guess Who)
105. Lazy - Ian Gillan (Deep Purple)
106. Down In A Hole - Layne Staley/Jerry Cantrell (Alice In Chains)
107. Sweet Child O'Mine - Axl Rose (Guns N Roses)
108. Whisper In The Night- Jeff Lynne (ELO)
109. The Mission - Geoff Tate (Queensryche)
110. More Than A Feeling - Brad Delp (Boston)
111. Evidence - Mike Patton (Faith No More)
112. Green Manalishi - Rob Halford (Judas Priest)
113. Tonight Tonight - Billy Corgan (Smashing Pumpkins)
114. Maybe I'm Amazed - Paul McCartney
115. Paranoid Android - Thom Yorke (Radiohead)
116. Run To The Hills - Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden)
117. Rocket Queen - Axl Rose (Guns N Roses)
118. Roxanne - Sting (The Police)
119. Heaven And Hell - Ronnie James Dio (Black Sabbath)
120. American Pie - Don Mclean
121. Fire Woman - Ian Astbury (The Cult)
122. November Rain - Axl Rose (Guns N Roses)
123. Perfect Day - Lou Reed
124. Piano Man - Billy Joel
125. Welcome to the Jungle - Axl Rose (Guns N Roses)
126. In Your Eyes - Peter Gabrielbr
127. Something - George Harrison (The Beatles)
128. Bridge Over Troubled Water - Art Garfunkel (Simon & Garfunkel)
129. Grievance - Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam)
130. Let It Be - Paul McCartney (The Beatles)
131. Welcome To The Machine - David Gilmour (Pink Floyd)
132. Cult Of Personality - Corey Glover (Living Color)
133. Yesterday - Paul McCartney (The Beatles)
134. Sweet Dreams - Annie Lennox (Eurythmics)
135. Bloodsucker - Ian Gillan (Deep Purple)
136. War Pigs - Ozzy Osbourne (Black Sabbath)
137. Come Sail Away - Dennis DeYoung (Styx)
138. Unchained - David Lee Roth (Van Halen)
139. Keep Pushin On - Kevin Cronin (REO Speedwagon)
140. Highway To Hell - Bon Scott (AC/DC)
141. Ramble On - Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin)
142. Love Boat Captain - Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam)
143. See Me Feel Me - Roger Daltrey (The Who)
144. Red Right Hand - Nick Cavebr
145. Refugee -Tom Petty
146. With A Little Help From My Friends - Joe Cocker
147. Plush - Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilots)
148. Under The Bridge - Anthony Kiedis (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
149. All Right Now - Paul Rodgers (Free)
150. Rhiannon - Stevie Nicks (Fleetwood Mac)
151. Miles From Nowhere - Cat Stevens
152. Mother - Glenn Danzig (Danzig)
153. Here I Go Again - David Coverdale (Whitesnake)
154. Old Time Rock & Roll - Bob Seger
155. Losing My Religion - Michael Stipe (REM)
156. Crazy Train - Ozzy Osbourne
157. For Those About To Rock - Brian Johnson (AC/DC)
158. Youth Gone Wild - Sebastian Bach (Skid Row)
159. Let It Bleed - Mick Jagger (Rolling Stones)
160. Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison
161. Born To Run - Bruce Springsteen
162. Don't Worry Baby - Brian Wilson (The Beach Boys)
163. Crazy On You - Ann Wilson (Heart)
164. Sloop John B - Brian Wilson/Mike Love (The Beach Boys)
165. School's Out - Alice Cooper
166. Bell Bottom Blues - Eric Clapton (Derek & The Dominos)
167. Bad To The Bone - George Thorogood
168. White Room - Jack Bruce (Cream)
169. With Or Without You - Bono (U2)
170. Right Now - Sammy Hagar (Van Halen)
171. Joker - Steve Miller
172. Presence Of The Lord - Steve Winwood (Blind Faith)
173. The Warmth Of The Sun - Brian Wilson (The Beach Boys)
174. Not Dark Yet - Bob Dylan
175. Rock You Like A Hurricane - Klaus Meine (The Scorpions)
176. House Of The Rising Sun - Eric Burdon (The Animals)
177. Nearly Lost You - Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees)
178. Number Of The Beast - Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden)
179. You Really Got Me - Ray Davies (The Kinks)
180. Proud Mary - John Fogerty (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
181. Every Breath You Take - Sting (The Police)
182. Wish You Were Here - David Gilmour (Pink Floyd)
183. Mr. Jones - Adam Duritz (Counting Crows)
184. Straight To Hell - Joe Strummer (The Clash)
185. Heartbreaker - Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin)
186. Another One Bites The Dust - Freddie Mercury (Queen)
187. Nothing Else Matters - James Hetfield (Metallica)
188. Faithfully - Steve Perry (Journey)
189. Limo Wreck - Chris Cornell (Soundgarden)
190. Schism - Maynard James Keenan (Tool)
191. What's Love Got To Do With It - Tina Turner
192. Two Minutes To Midnight - Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden)
193. Surfer Girl - Brian Wilson (The Beach Boys)
194. Purple Rain - Prince
195. Your Song - Elton John
196. The Flame - Robin Zander (Cheap Trick)
197. Wild World - Cat Stevens
198. I Love Rock 'n' Roll - Joan Jett (The Blackhearts)
199. Maggie May - Rod Stewart
200. Hurt - Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails)

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Anonymous - 14.03.2007, 21:15

"200. Hurt - Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails)"

Nein damit kann ich nicht leben...

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Freddiebear - 14.03.2007, 21:54

Warum?

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Taylorette - 15.03.2007, 10:37

Ich weiß noch nicht einmal wer das ist. :lol:

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Anonymous - 15.03.2007, 21:26

Trent Reznor sollte man kennen. Der Kopf von Nine Inch Nails, sehr talentiert der Mann... Und den Song kennt ihr, mit großer Sicherheit sogar, allerdings nicht von Trent selbst ( Hier; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SmVAWKfJ4Go )... für mich einer der besten der jemals geschrieben wurde, erschreckt mich schon sehr, dass er soweit hinten platziert ist. Gibt weitaus schlechtere unter den Top 20, naja nur ein Ranking. :-)

Das Original;
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgSWRicWIy4

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Black Dog - 16.03.2007, 07:43

Den SONG kannte ich (von Cash), und liebe ihn über alle massen ;-)

Das Original kannte ich nicht :oops:

Cool :grin:

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Black Dog - 21.03.2007, 12:41

AC/DC's ANGUS YOUNG Voted #1 'Rock Icon' - Mar. 21, 2007
According to Sony BMG, U.K. music magazine Kerrang! has tallied up the hardest, most legendary rockers of this century and crowned AC/DC's Angus Young as the top "Rock Icon," beating some of the biggest names in the business. Young was also awarded the Kerrang! "Legend" award last August after the band's classic albums "Highway to Hell" and "The Razor's Edge" broke their previous sales records. Young has outshone fellow nominees like NIRVANA's Kurt Cobain, GREEN DAY's Billie Joe Armstrong, METALLICA's James Hetfield, PANTERA's "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott, JUDAS PRIEST's Rob Halford, FOO FIGHTERS' Dave Grohl and EVANESCENCE's Amy Lee for the honor. View the entire "Icons" list

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Black Dog - 30.03.2007, 06:27

Baby boomers crazy over Melua favourite

Thursday, March 29, 2007

By Maureen Coleman

A track by Katie Melua, who spent much of her childhood in Belfast, has featured in the top 10 favourite pop songs of the 50-plus age group.

Katie's hit single, The Closest Thing To Crazy, was revealed as number nine in the top 50 all-time favourites of the baby boomer generation.

John Lennon's anti-war masterpiece Imagine was voted the best song by the over-50s, while Irish crooner Chris de Burgh's ballad Lady In Red was number two.

Stairway To Heaven, the eight-minute epic from Led Zeppelin's fourth album, was third in a poll of over-50s conducted to mark this week's launch of Smooth Radio - the UK's first nationwide commercial radio network to target the mature adult audience.

Soul classic Stand By Me by Ben E King took fourth spot, ahead of a surprising selection: last year's catchy tune Crazy by Gnarls Barkley.

The Swinging Sixties emerged as their favourite decade, with 22 of the top 50 songs coming from that period.

Thirteen tracks from the 70s, six from the 80s, four from the 50s and the Noughties, but only one track - Britney Spears' Baby One More Time - from the 1990s.

The year the 50-somethings loved best was 1965.

DJ Mark Goodier, mid- morning presenter on Smooth Radio in London, said: " What this survey shows is that the baby boomer generation has a very wide musical taste.

"From John Lennon to Led Zeppelin to Ben E King - you can't get much wider than that."
Top 50 pop songs of the over 50s

1 Imagine John Lennon (1971)

2 Lady in Red Chris De Burgh (1986)

3 Stairway to Heaven Led Zeppelin (1971)

4 Stand By Me Ben E King (1961)

5 Crazy Gnarls Barkley (2006)

6 Perfect Day Lou Reed (1972)

7 Good Vibrations The Beach Boys (1966)

8 Bridge Over Troubled Water Simon & Garfunkel (1970)

9 The Closest Thing To Crazy Katie Melua, (2003)

10 Whole Lotta Love Led Zeppelin (1970)

11 What a Wonderful World Louis Armstrong (1967)

12 Suspicious Minds Elvis Presley (1969)

13 Dancing Queen ABBA (1976)

14 Moon River Andy Williams (1961)

15 Hey Jude The Beatles (1968)

16 Whiter Shade Of Pale Procul Harum (1967)

17 I Want To Hold Your Hand The Beatles (1963)

18 Hello Lionel Richie (1984)

19 Rockin' All Over The World Status Quo (1977)

20 Hotel California The Eagles (1976)

21 Yesterday The Beatles (1965)

22 I Walk The Line Johnny Cash (1956)

23 Killing Me Softly Roberta Flack (1971)

24 Every Breath You Take The Police (1983)

25 Born To Run Bruce Springsteen (1975)

26 You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' The Righteous Brothers (1965)

27 The Tracks Of My Tears Smokey Robinson (1965)

28 God Only Knows The Beach Boys (1966)

29 That'll Be The Day Buddy Holly & The Crickets (1956)

30 Crying Roy Orbison (1961)

31 I Don't Feel Like Dancing The Scissor Sisters (2006)

32 Cry Me A River Justin Timberlake (2002)

33 Baby One More Time Britney Spears (1998)

34 Let's Get It On Marvin Gaye (1973)

35 Smooth Operator Sade (1984)

36 Nobody Does It Better Carly Simon (1977)

37 Purple Haze Jimi Hendrix (1967)

38 Hound Dog Elvis Presley (1956)

39 River Deep Mountain High Ike and Tina Turner (1966)

40 I Heard It Through The Grapevine Marvin Gaye (1968)

41 Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay Otis Redding (1968)

42 A Day In The Life The Beatles (1967)

43 Against All Odds Phil Collins (1984)

44 When A Man Loves A Woman Percy Sledge (1966)

45 In My Life The Beatles (1965)

46 My Girl The Temptations (1965)

47 Blueberry Hill Fats Domino (1956)

48 Mr Tambourine Man The Byrds (1965)

49 I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For U2 (1987)

50 Ain't No Sunshine Bill Withers (1971)

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Black Dog - 03.04.2007, 19:06

NRW-Lokalradios starten Oster-Hitmarathon
Oster-Hitmarathon - NRW-Lokalradio-Hörer wählen die besten 500 Songs aller Zeiten

Es gibt Millionen von Songs auf der ganzen Welt. Darunter sind viele bekannte, einige weniger bekannte, echte Ohrwürmer, Nummer 1-Hits oder absolute Klassiker - aber nur die allerbesten schaffen es, in die TOP 500 der beliebtesten Songs aller Zeiten gewählt zu werden.

Und wer zu diesen TOP-Hits gehört, das entscheiden ganz allein die Hörer der NRW-Lokalradios. Im Rahmen des "Oster-Hitmarathons" können die Hörer unter www.treffnachneun.de per E-Mail bis nächsten Donnerstag, 5. April 2007, abstimmen und ihre persönlichen Favoriten auswählen. Wenn die Hörer mit ihrem Lieblings-Hit darüber hinaus auch noch die ein oder andere interessante Geschichte verbinden, sollten sie diese unbedingt den NRW-Lokalradios mitteilen.

Wie die Hörer abgestimmt haben und welchen Hit sie zur Nummer 1 küren, das erfahren Sie ab Karsamstag, 7. April 2007, im Programm der NRW-Lokalradios. Bis zum Ostermontag, 9. April 2007, werden alle Hits der gesamten TOP 500 bei den NRW-Lokalradios zu hören sein: "Die Bandbreite der beliebtesten Hits unserer Hörer ist sehr groß. Nicht nur aktuelle Superstars wie Nelly Furtado oder Robbie Williams tauchen im Ranking auf, sondern auch Klassiker von Queen und The Beatles sowie musikalische Highlights von Barry Manilow oder Frank Sinatra", so Bill de Lisle, Musikchef von radio NRW. Dazu gibt es noch viele interessante Beiträge zu den verschiedenen Künstlern sowie besondere Erinnerungen aus dem Leben der NRW-Lokalradio-Hörer.

Wer diesen "Oster-Hitmarathon" nicht verpassen möchte, der sollte ab Ostersamstag sein Ohr ganz nah am Radio haben und mitfiebern, welche 500 Songs zu den besten in NRW gehören.

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Black Dog - 05.04.2007, 13:39

Voten!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :grin:
Aber bitte nicht für Queen und Konsorten...die liegen ja schon fast überall vorne :twisted: ;-)
Sondern am besten für Zeppelin und Konsorten 8) :lol:


http://www.the-top-tens.com/lists/greatest-hard-rock-artists.asp

http://www.the-top-tens.com/lists/greatest-guitarists-ever.asp

http://www.the-top-tens.com/lists/greatest-rock-band-of-all-time.asp

http://www.the-top-tens.com/lists/greatest-albums-of-all-time.asp

http://www.the-top-tens.com/lists/best-male-singer.asp

http://www.the-top-tens.com/lists/best-male-frontmen.asp

http://www.the-top-tens.com/lists/top-ten-songs-of-all-time.asp

http://www.the-top-tens.com/lists/greatest-led-zeppelin-songs.asp

http://www.the-top-tens.com/lists/greatest-singer-of-all-time.asp

http://www.the-top-tens.com/lists/best-bassists-ever.asp

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Taylorette - 05.04.2007, 18:58

Black Dog hat folgendes geschrieben: Voten!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :grin:
Aber bitte nicht für Queen und Konsorten...die liegen ja schon fast überall vorne :twisted: ;-)


Das lass ich einfach mal wirken. 8) :lol: :grin:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 06.04.2007, 08:11

Ich hoffe, ich nehme niemandem die Vorfreude (falls es jemand am Radio verfolgen will), aber die Plätze 500 - 51 sind nun bekannt gegeben worden. Wer allerdings die TOP 50 wissen will (und das sind ja die interessanten Plätze ;-) ), der muss schon das Radio einschalten 8)



Das hören Sie an Ostern
Die Liste der Plätze 500 bis 51
Freuen Sie sich auf die besten Titel aller Zeiten
und lassen Sie sich überraschen welche davon unter den Top 50 zu finden sind
Platz Titel Interpret
500 ABENTEUERLAND PUR
499 IN THE YEAR 2525 ZAGER & EVANS
498 STAND BY YOUR MAN TAMMY WYNETTE
497 WHAT IF+ KATE WINSLET
496 TEENAGE DIRTBAG WHEATUS
495 ALANE WES
494 BREATHE MIDGE URE
493 DOCTOR DOCTOR THOMPSON TWINS
492 SOWING THE SEEDS OF LOVE TEARS FOR FEARS
491 BACK FOR GOOD TAKE THAT
490 GIVE A LITTLE BIT SUPERTRAMP
489 BABY JANE ROD STEWART
488 WE BUILT THIS CITY STARSHIP
487 CELEBRATE YOUTH RICK SPRINGFIELD
486 2 BECOME 1 SPICE GIRLS
485 RUNAWAY TRAIN. SOUL ASYLUM
484 MEN IN BLACK WILL SMITH
483 HEDONISM SKUNK ANANSIE
482 YOU CAN CALL ME AL PAUL SIMON
481 JUST ANOTHER DAY JON SECADA
480 HAPPY BIRTHDAY STEVIE WONDER
479 SOMEBODY'S WATCHING ME ROCKWELL
478 VAMOS A LA PLAYA RIGHEIRA
477 THE SHOW MUST GO ON QUEEN
476 VERLIEBTE JUNGS PURPLE SCHULZ
475 ALLES NUR GEKLAUT PRINZEN
474 I'M SO EXCITED POINTER SISTERS
473 INTO THE GREAT WIDE OPEN TOM PETTY
472 ST. ELMO'S FIRE JOHN PARR
471 CAN SOMEBODY TELL ME WHO ORANGE BLUE
470 LIFE IS LIFE OPUS
469 MOONLIGHT SHADOW MIKE OLDFIELD
468 DON'T SPEAK NO DOUBT
467 STEP BY STEP NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK
466 DREAM ON NAZARETH
465 WEIL ICH DICH LIEBE MARIUS MUELLER-WESTERNHAGEN
464 WEAK IN THE PRESENCE OF B ALISON MOYET
463 YOU OUGHTA KNOW ALANIS MORISSETTE
462 ABRACADABRA STEVE MILLER BAND
461 WIND BENEATH MY WINGS BETTE MIDLER
460 SAN FRANCISCO SCOTT MCKENZIE
459 UNFINISHED SYMPATHY MASSIVE ATTACK
458 DO WAH DIDDY DIDDY MANFRED MANN
457 PAPA DON'T PREACH MADONNA
456 DAS SPIEL ANNETT LOUISAN
455 MACARENA LOS DEL RIO
454 IF YOU COULD READ MY MIND GORDON LIGHTFOOT
453 LESSONS IN LOVE LEVEL 42
452 WHY ANNIE LENNOX
451 FLY AWAY LENNY KRAVITZ
450 FALLIN' ALICIA KEYS
449 I PROMISED MYSELF NICK KAMEN
448 PERFEKTE WELLE JULI
447 MFG FANTASTISCHEN VIER
446 THE RIVER OF DREAMS BILLY JOEL
445 I'LL BE THERE JACKSON FIVE
444 BLACK OR WHITE MICHAEL JACKSON
443 TORN NATALIE IMBRUGLIA
442 WHITE WEDDING BILLY IDOL
441 DAMN I WISH I WAS YOUR LO SOPHIE B. HAWKINS
440 THE ONE AND ONLY CHESNEY HAWKES
439 MOVIESTAR HARPO
438 MMM BOP HANSON
437 LIED 1 - STUECK VOM HIMME HERBERT GROENEMEYER
436 I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GR MARVIN GAYE
435 URGENT FOREIGNER
434 SIE IST WEG FANTASTISCHEN VIER
433 WE DIDN'T START THE FIRE BILLY JOEL
432 MISSING EVERYTHING BUT THE GIRL
431 UNBELIEVABLE EMF
430 MURDER ON THE DANCEFLOOR SOPHIE ELLIS-BEXTOR
429 DU TRAEGST KEINE LIEBE IN ECHT
428 SING HALLELUJAH DR ALBAN
427 MISHALE ANDRU DONALDS
426 VOYAGE VOYAGE DESIRELESS
425 THINK TWICE CELINE DION
424 MR. VAIN CULTURE BEAT
423 SUGAR SUGAR HONEY CULTURED PEARLS
422 MMM MMM MMM CRASH TEST DUMMIES
421 MR JONES COUNTING CROWS
420 FROM SARAH WITH LOVE SARAH CONNOR
419 UNFORGETTABLE NATALIE COLE
418 THE PROMISE YOU MADE COCK ROBIN
417 BELIEVE* CHER
416 BONGO BONG/JE NE T'AIME P MANU CHAO
415 WHERE THE WILD ROSES GROW NICK CAVE
414 A THOUSAND MILES VANESSA CARLTON
413 VIDEO KILLED THE RADIO ST BUGGLES
412 WHEN WILL I BE FAMOUS BROS
411 SMALLTOWN BOY BRONSKI BEAT
410 BABY I LOVE YOUR WAY BIG MOUNTAIN
409 SAMBA DE JANEIRO BELLINI
408 MAMBO NO. 5 LOU BEGA
407 HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE BEE GEES
406 ABSOLUTELY EVERYBODY VANESSA AMOROSI
405 THE LAST UNICORN AMERICA
404 DAYS OF PEARLY SPENCER MARC ALMOND
403 CRYING AT THE DISCOTEQUE ALCAZAR
402 BILDER VON DIR LAITH AL-DEEN
401 DREAM ON+ AEROSMITH
400 WHAT'S UP 4 NON BLONDES
399 YOUNG TURKS ROD STEWART
398 BABY ONE MORE TIME BRITNEY SPEARS
397 LIVIN' LA VIDA LOCA RICKY MARTIN
396 WORDS. BEE GEES
395 WHEN THE RAIN BEGINS TO JERMAINE JACKSON
394 MISSING YOU. JOHN WAITE
393 MRS. ROBINSON SIMON & GARFUNKEL
392 YOU CAN'T HURRY LOVE SUPREMES
391 CRUCIFIED ARMY OF LOVERS
390 BETTE DAVIS EYES KIM CARNES
389 DREAMIN' CLIFF RICHARD
388 HORNY'98 MOUSSE T VS HOT'N'JUICY
387 JOHNNY & MARY ROBERT PALMER
386 NEVER ENDING STORY LIMAHL
385 KUNG FU FIGHTING CARL DOUGLAS
384 GIMME HOPE JO'ANNA EDDY GRANT
383 THORN IN MY SIDE EURYTHMICS
382 N'OUBLIEZ JAMAIS JOE COCKER
381 DON'T GET ME WRONG PRETENDERS
380 HEY YA! OUTKAST
379 OBJECTION (TANGO) SHAKIRA
378 CHARIOTS OF FIRE VANGELIS
377 WHATEVER YOU WANT STATUS QUO
376 ROCK DJ ROBBIE WILLIAMS
375 LULLABY+ CURE
374 DAYDREAM BELIEVER MONKEES
373 ALWAYS. ERASURE
372 RHYTHM IS A DANCER SNAP
371 COULD YOU BE LOVED BOB MARLEY
370 SEND ME AN ANGEL REAL LIFE
369 JULIET ROBIN GIBB
368 ROSE GARDEN LYNN ANDERSON
367 SAVE ME CLOUT
366 BREAKFAST IN AMERICA SUPERTRAMP
365 PENNY LANE BEATLES
364 HEAVEN IS A PLACE ON EART BELINDA CARLISLE
363 JAILHOUSE ROCK ELVIS PRESLEY
362 BAKERMAN LAID BACK
361 TOGETHER AGAIN JANET JACKSON
360 LOVE GENERATION BOB SINCLAR
359 REAL WILD CHILD IGGY POP
358 BEAUTIFUL GIRL INXS
357 CAMBODIA KIM WILDE
356 WITHOUT YOU MARIAH CAREY
355 BYE BYE BABY BAY CITY ROLLERS
354 YOU CAN GET IT IF YOU REA JIMMY CLIFF
353 ALL FOR LOVE BRYAN ADAMS
352 DON'T LET GO (LOVE) EN VOGUE
351 WEATHER WITH YOU CROWDED HOUSE
350 I SHOULD BE SO LUCKY KYLIE MINOGUE
349 BLACK MAGIC WOMAN SANTANA
348 DON'T LOOK BACK IN ANGER OASIS
347 RADIO GA GA QUEEN
346 DEIN IST MEIN GANZES HERZ HEINZ RUDOLF KUNZE
345 SHE WORKS HARD FOR THE MO DONNA SUMMER
344 NEW YORK RIO TOKYO TRIO RIO
343 MAMA GENESIS
342 NOTHING'S GONNA STOP US N STARSHIP
341 MIGHTY QUINN MANFRED MANN
340 SEX MACHINE JAMES BROWN
339 CAN YOU FEEL THE LOVE TON ELTON JOHN
338 STARS SIMPLY RED
337 NO ORDINARY LOVE SADE
336 YOU TEN SHARP
335 WALKING ON THE CHINESE WA PHILIP BAILEY
334 SILENT RUNNING MIKE & THE MECHANICS
333 ALL GOOD THINGS NELLY FURTADO
332 GET DOWN GILBERT O'SULLIVAN
331 BORN IN THE U.S.A. BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
330 LA ISLA BONITA MADONNA
329 YOU'RE THE FIRST THE LAST BARRY WHITE
328 STRAIGHT UP PAULA ABDUL
327 LE FREAK CHIC
326 BICYCLE RACE QUEEN
325 ORDINARY WORLD DURAN DURAN
324 WOMAN IN LOVE BARBRA STREISAND
323 IT'S A SIN PET SHOP BOYS
322 ZOMBIE CRANBERRIES
321 THE WAY IT IS BRUCE HORNSBY
320 INDIGO GIRL WATERSHED
319 THE NIGHT THEY DROVE OLD JOAN BAEZ
318 PAINT IT BLACK ROLLING STONES
317 DON'T LET THE SUN GO DOWN GEORGE MICHAEL
316 IF YOU CAN'T GIVE ME LOVE SUZI QUATRO
315 YOU GET WHAT YOU GIVE NEW RADICALS
314 HIT THE ROAD JACK RAY CHARLES
313 IT'S MY LIFE DR ALBAN
312 PATIENCE TAKE THAT
311 SUSSUDIO PHIL COLLINS
310 UPTOWN GIRL BILLY JOEL
309 NEVER GONNA GIVE YOU UP RICK ASTLEY
308 SUNNY BONEY M
307 YOU'RE THE VOICE JOHN FARNHAM
306 WHAT IS LOVE. HADDAWAY
305 VIVA FOREVER SPICE GIRLS
304 DON'T YOU SIMPLE MINDS
303 I'VE BEEN THINKING ABOUT LONDONBEAT
302 JOE LE TAXI VANESSA PARADIS
301 RUSSIANS STING
300 CONQUEST OF PARADISE VANGELIS
299 POWER OF LOVE FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD
298 THRILLER MICHAEL JACKSON
297 SWEETS FOR MY SWEET SEARCHERS
296 AGAINST ALL ODDS PHIL COLLINS
295 LIGHT MY FIRE DOORS
294 IT'S RAINING AGAIN SUPERTRAMP
293 YOU'RE MY HEART YOU'RE MY MODERN TALKING
292 IF ONLY I COULD SYDNEY YOUNGBLOOD
291 HELP BEATLES
290 RUNNING UP THAT HILL KATE BUSH
289 FATHER FIGURE GEORGE MICHAEL
288 FROZEN MADONNA
287 HOW BIZARRE OMC
286 I'M OUTTA LOVE ANASTACIA
285 NO MILK TODAY HERMAN'S HERMITS
284 STUMBLIN' IN SUZI QUATRO
283 MAENNER SIND SCHWEINE AERZTE
282 CAR WASH ROSE ROYCE
281 YOU REALLY GOT ME KINKS
280 WATERFALLS TLC
279 CRAZY SEAL
278 WHERE THE STREETS HAVE NO U 2
277 FIELDS OF GOLD STING
276 HANG ON SLOOPY MCCOYS
275 THE BOYS OF SUMMER DON HENLEY
274 TRUE SPANDAU BALLET
273 JOSEPHINE CHRIS REA
272 LITTLE LIES FLEETWOOD MAC
271 DE DO DO DO DE DA DA DA POLICE
270 SEASONS IN THE SUN TERRY JACKS
269 SELF CONTROL LAURA BRANIGAN
268 UP WHERE WE BELONG JOE COCKER
267 CALIFORNIA GIRLS BEACH BOYS
266 ANGELS ROBBIE WILLIAMS
265 MONEY FOR NOTHING DIRE STRAITS
264 RUSH RUSH PAULA ABDUL
263 IN THE SUMMERTIME MUNGO JERRY
262 WHEN SUSANNAH CRIES ESPEN LIND
261 WITH A GIRL LIKE YOU TROGGS
260 I WON'T LET THE SUN GO.. NIK KERSHAW
259 BREAKAWAY+ KELLY CLARKSON
258 WHITE FLAG DIDO
257 PIU BELLA COSA EROS RAMAZZOTTI
256 SOME GUYS HAVE ALL THE LU ROD STEWART
255 CLUB TROPICANA WHAM
254 JUMP POINTER SISTERS
253 LADY IN BLACK URIAH HEEP
252 GREAT BALLS OF FIRE JERRY LEE LEWIS
251 EBONY & IVORY PAUL MCCARTNEY
250 THE TIDE IS HIGH BLONDIE
249 TWO PRINCES SPIN DOCTORS
248 (FEELS LIKE) HEAVEN FICTION FACTORY
247 GOT MY MIND SET ON YOU GEORGE HARRISON
246 SAMBA PA TI SANTANA
245 TWIST IN MY SOBRIETY TANITA TIKARAM
244 AS LONG AS YOU LOVE ME BACKSTREET BOYS
243 WATERLOO ABBA
242 CHASING CARS SNOW PATROL
241 KYRIE MR MISTER
240 WICKED GAME CHRIS ISAAK
239 SEX BOMB TOM JONES
238 ROCK ME AMADEUS FALCO
237 FATHER & SON CAT STEVENS
236 DAVY'S ON THE ROAD AGAIN MANFRED MANN'S EARTHBAND
235 MYSTIFY INXS
234 TIME AFTER TIME CYNDI LAUPER
233 THE SUN ALWAYS SHINES ON A-HA
232 RIDE LIKE THE WIND CHRISTOPHER CROSS
231 TAKE MY BREATH AWAY BERLIN
230 CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOV UB 40
229 MAID OF ORLEANS O M D
228 SOLID ASHFORD & SIMPSON
227 NEW YORK NEW YORK FRANK SINATRA
226 THAT'S WHAT FRIENDS ARE F DIONNE WARWICK
225 EVERYBODY WANTS TO RULE T TEARS FOR FEARS
224 BROWN EYED GIRL VAN MORRISON
223 BLUEPRINT RAINBIRDS
222 THE POWER OF LOVE. JENNIFER RUSH
221 SEXUAL HEALING MARVIN GAYE
220 HUNGRY EYES ERIC CARMEN
219 DREAMER OZZY OSBOURNE
218 ICH WILL SPASS MARKUS
217 LUKA SUZANNE VEGA
216 OYE MI CANTO GLORIA ESTEFAN
215 HOW WILL I KNOW WHITNEY HOUSTON
214 CHILDREN ROBERT MILES
213 DANCING IN THE DARK BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
212 YOU WIN AGAIN BEE GEES
211 HOLDING BACK THE YEARS SIMPLY RED
210 PROUD MARY CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL
209 LISTEN TO YOUR HEART ROXETTE
208 MR. TAMBOURINE MAN BYRDS
207 COPACABANA BARRY MANILOW
206 SOLSBURY HILL PETER GABRIEL
205 CHERISH KOOL & THE GANG
204 WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS QUEEN
203 FOREVER YOUNG. ALPHAVILLE
202 SACRIFICE ELTON JOHN
201 WHAT'S LOVE GOT TO DO WIT TINA TURNER
200 ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE BEATLES
199 ANGIE ROLLING STONES
198 STILL GOT THE BLUES GARY MOORE
197 RHYTHM OF MY HEART ROD STEWART
196 FLUGZEUGE IM BAUCH HERBERT GROENEMEYER
195 IF I WAS MIDGE URE
194 I'M LIKE A BIRD NELLY FURTADO
193 I BELIEVE I CAN FLY R. KELLY
192 WORD UP CAMEO
191 FREE FALLIN' TOM PETTY
190 A WHITER SHADE OF PALE PROCOL HARUM
189 THE AIR THAT I BREATHE HOLLIES
188 FAR FAR AWAY SLADE
187 KAYLEIGH MARILLION
186 FRIDAY I'M IN LOVE CURE
185 I DON'T WANT A LOVER TEXAS
184 DA DA DA TRIO
183 WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM M JOE COCKER
182 LA BAMBA LOS LOBOS
181 U CAN'T TOUCH THIS MC HAMMER
180 ONLY TIME ENYA
179 THE LION SLEEPS TONIGHT TOKENS
178 WAKE ME UP BEFORE YOU GO WHAM
177 LIKE THE WAY I DO MELISSA ETHERIDGE
176 SULTANS OF SWING DIRE STRAITS
175 CHAIN REACTION. DIANA ROSS
174 IF I EVER LOSE MY FAITH I STING
173 DR. BEAT MIAMI SOUND MACHINE
172 YOU AIN'T SEEN NOTHING YE BACHMAN TURNER OVERDRIVE
171 NIGHT FEVER BEE GEES
170 DRIVE CARS
169 LOUIE LOUIE KINGSMEN
168 I GOT YOU BABE SONNY & CHER
167 GO WEST PET SHOP BOYS
166 WALKING IN MEMPHIS MARC COHN
165 DANCING IN THE STREET MARTHA & THE VANDELLAS
164 NEED YOU TONIGHT INXS
163 TO BE WITH YOU MR BIG
162 MAEDCHEN LUCILECTRIC
161 SLEDGEHAMMER PETER GABRIEL
160 WHO WANTS TO LIVE FOREVER QUEEN
159 MORE THAN I CAN SAY LEO SAYER
158 I WISH IT WOULD RAIN PHIL COLLINS
157 WISH YOU WERE HERE PINK FLOYD
156 FAITH GEORGE MICHAEL
155 54 74 90 2010 SPORTFREUNDE STILLER
154 THE FINAL COUNTDOWN EUROPE
153 RIGHT HERE WAITING RICHARD MARX
152 WOMAN JOHN LENNON
151 VENUS BANANARAMA
150 LOVE IS A BATTLEFIELD PAT BENATAR
149 BELLO E IMPOSSIBILE GIANNA NANNINI
148 GEORGIA ON MY MIND RAY CHARLES
147 MAN ON THE MOON R.E.M
146 STOP IN THE NAME OF LOVE SUPREMES
145 SWEET HOME ALABAMA LYNYRD SKYNYRD
144 SUPERGIRL REAMONN
143 DIRTY DIANA MICHAEL JACKSON
142 WILD BOYS DURAN DURAN
141 WHY DOES IT ALWAYS RAIN O TRAVIS
140 MY GENERATION WHO
139 WAKE ME UP WHEN SEPTEMBER GREEN DAY
138 WALK LIKE AN EGYPTIAN BANGLES
137 IT'S MY LIFE. TALK TALK
136 BLOWIN' IN THE WIND BOB DYLAN
135 CRIMSON & CLOVER TOMMY JAMES & SHONDELLS
134 YOU'RE THE ONE THAT I WAN OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN
133 TUBTHUMPING CHUMBAWAMBA
132 HOPE OF DELIVERANCE PAUL MCCARTNEY
131 HAVE YOU EVER SEEN THE RA CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL
130 PART TIME LOVER STEVIE WONDER
129 SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY FINE YOUNG CANNIBALS
128 PRIVATE DANCER TINA TURNER
127 MANEATER HALL & OATES
126 HEART OF GLASS BLONDIE
125 ONE & ONE ROBERT MILES
124 VOGUE MADONNA
123 STREETS OF PHILADELPHIA BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
122 ROXANNE POLICE
121 HELLO SHAKESPEARS SISTER
120 DON'T WORRY BE HAPPY BOBBY MCFERRIN
119 WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH BILLY OCEAN
118 DO YOU REALLY WANT TO HUR CULTURE CLUB
117 LOVE IS IN THE AIR JOHN PAUL YOUNG
116 UN-BREAK MY HEART TONI BRAXTON
115 VERDAMP LANG HER BAP
114 ALL NIGHT LONG LIONEL RICHIE
113 THE BOXER SIMON & GARFUNKEL
112 SUBSTITUTE CLOUT
111 SEPTEMBER EARTH WIND & FIRE
110 WAITING FOR TONIGHT JENNIFER LOPEZ
109 WONDERWALL OASIS
108 NIKITA ELTON JOHN
107 PAPA WAS A ROLLING STONE TEMPTATIONS
106 HEY JOE JIMI HENDRIX
105 ROCKIN' ALL OVER THE WORL STATUS QUO
104 RELAX FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOO
103 KISS PRINCE
102 MONDAY MONDAY MAMAS & PAPAS
101 BAKER STREET GERRY RAFFERTY
100 WOULDN'T IT BE GOOD NIK KERSHAW
99 WILD THING TROGGS
98 WHEN YOU'RE IN LOVE WITH DR HOOK
97 WHAT'S GOING ON MARVIN GAYE
96 UEBER SIEBEN BRUECKEN MUS KARAT
95 TRUE COLORS CYNDI LAUPER
94 TIME TO SAY GOODBYE SARAH BRIGHTMAN
93 THE JOKER STEVE MILLER BAND
92 THE FIRST TIME ROBIN BECK
91 TEARS IN HEAVEN ERIC CLAPTON
90 IF YOU DON'T KNOW ME BY N SIMPLY RED
89 I'M STILL STANDING ELTON JOHN
88 I DON'T WANT TO MISS A TH AEROSMITH
87 SWEET SIXTEEN BILLY IDOL
86 SOUND OF SILENCE SIMON & GARFUNKEL
85 SMOKE ON THE WATER DEEP PURPLE
84 SHE'S LIKE THE WIND PATRICK SWAYZE
83 RIDERS ON THE STORM DOORS
82 RETURN TO INNOCENCE ENIGMA
81 RED RED WINE UB 40
80 PEOPLE ARE PEOPLE DEPECHE MODE
79 NIGHTSHIFT COMMODORES
78 SMOOTH OPERATOR SADE
77 MULL OF KINTYRE PAUL MCCARTNEY
76 LOVE IS ALL AROUND WET WET WET
75 LIVIN' ON A PRAYER BON JOVI
74 KOENIG VON DEUTSCHLAND RIO REISER
73 JUMP+ VAN HALEN
72 JOHNNY B. GOODE CHUCK BERRY
71 IT MUST HAVE BEEN LOVE ROXETTE
70 I'D DO ANYTHING FOR LOVE MEAT LOAF
69 I LOVE ROCK & ROLL JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHE
68 HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN ANIMALS
67 SENZA UNA DONNA (WITHOUT ZUCCHERO
66 HORIZONT UDO LINDENBERG
65 EYE OF THE TIGER SURVIVOR
64 EVERYTHING I DO BRYAN ADAMS
63 I'M ON FIRE BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
62 DUST IN THE WIND KANSAS
61 PIANO MAN BILLY JOEL
60 DON'T DREAM IT'S OVER CROWDED HOUSE
59 CELEBRATION KOOL & THE GANG
58 YESTERDAY BEATLES
57 BIG IN JAPAN ALPHAVILLE
56 BEAUTIFUL+ CHRISTINA AGUILERA
55 BAD MOON RISING CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVI
54 AFRICA TOTO
53 CALIFORNIA DREAMIN' MAMAS & PAPAS
52 A HORSE WITH NO NAME AMERICA
51 ETERNAL FLAME BANGLES

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 09.04.2007, 14:07

Jetzt gleich kommt Platz 31: Frank Sinatra mit My Way :grin:
Hätte zwar auch weiter vorne sein können...aber immerhin ;-)

Noch keine Spur von Zep,Queen,Eagles,S&G...man darf gespannt sein 8)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 09.04.2007, 15:04

Stairway auf Platz 26 :cry:




Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Freddiebear - 09.04.2007, 15:52

Och Wolfgang... *trööööst* :lol:

Wo kommt des denn? Im Radio?

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 09.04.2007, 16:45

Danke :lol:
Ja, im Radio (einige Beiträge vorher hatte ich es angekündigt)

Eagles auf 15. Besser als Zep, immerhin...aber gegen frühere Polls auch "abgeschlagen" :(
Gerade läuft Elvis' einziger Nr.1-Hit in Deutschland, In The Ghetto...Platz 4.
Ob S&G noch kommen wird???
Nun Platz 3: Queen. Ein seltsamer Poll :?
Wer wird wohl 1? No Angels? Oder irgendwelche anderen "Superstars"? :x

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Anonymous - 09.04.2007, 16:47

Höhstwahrseinlich U2, die Langweiler landen in letzter Zeit sehr oft auf der 1.

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 09.04.2007, 16:53

Weit und breit kein U2 in Sicht ;-)
Dafür aber die Beatles auf 1 (Hey Jude)...damit kann ich "leben" :grin:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Freddiebear - 09.04.2007, 17:02

Und was war auf Platz 2??? :o

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 09.04.2007, 17:11

RW :?

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Freddiebear - 09.04.2007, 17:12

RW?

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Anonymous - 09.04.2007, 17:14

Gott, lass es nicht Robbie Williams sein!

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 09.04.2007, 17:38

Doch :(
Dieser ganze Poll ist Mist :cry: Die Stairway-Platzierung ist dafür der Beweis :lol:

Auf Radio 21 wurde auch so ein Poll durchgeführt...die 1006 grössten Songs aller Zeiten (oder so ähnlich)...da gefällt mir das Ergebniss schon viel besser...ist viel realistischer (LOL)

Das waren Ihre TOP 1006 auf RADIO21

Interpret Titel Plazierung
Queen Bohemian Rhapsody 1
Led Zeppelin Stairway To Heaven 2
AC/DC Hells Bells 3
John Lennon Imagine 4
Eagles Hotel California 5
Deep Purple Smoke On The Water 6
Beatles All You Need Is Love 7
Pink Floyd Another Brick In The Wall 8
Rolling Stones Satisfaction (I Can`t Get No) 9
REM Losing My Religion 10
Creedence Clearwater Revival Proud Mary 11
Kiss I Was Made For Lovin' You 12
Bob Dylan Like A Rolling Stone 13
Alice Cooper Poison 14
Ram Jam Black Betty 15
Steppenwolf Born To Be Wild 16
Rolling Stones Angie 17
Peter Gabriel Sledgehammer 18
Lynard Skynard Sweet Home Alabama 19
AC/DC Highway To Hell 20
Thin Lizzy Whiskey In The Jar 21
Bryan Adams Summer Of '69 22
Beatles Let It Be 23
Survivor Eye Of The Tiger 24
Supertramp School 25
Peter Gabriel Solsbury Hill 26
Chris De Burgh Don't Pay The Ferryman 27
John Miles Music 28
Golden Earring Radar Love 29
Jimi Hendrix Hey Joe 30
Van Halen Jump 31
Queen We Are The Champions 32
Black Sabbath Paranoid 33
Beatles Hey Jude 34
Bruce Springsteen The River 35
Dire Straits Sultans Of Swing 36
Tina Turner The Best 37
Who My Generation 38
Jethro Tull Locomotive Breath 39
AC/DC T.N.T. 40

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Taylorette - 09.04.2007, 23:02

Also ich bin zufrieden. :twisted: :lol: 8)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Tinkerbell - 09.04.2007, 23:20

Den Poll, den du da als zweites reingestellt hast, Wolfgang, der gefällt mir weeesentlich besser.. ich hab schon gedacht.. Peter Gabriel auf 200 soviel... welche eine schmach..
und Queen kommen bei dem auch besser weg.

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 10.04.2007, 07:00

Ja, sehe ich genau so.
Ignorieren wir den ersten einfach :lol:

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Black Dog - 14.04.2007, 17:06

Australia's Favourite Albums Revealed

1–10
1. Pink Floyd — Dark Side Of The Moon
2. Jeff Buckley — Grace
3. Radiohead — Ok Computer
4. The Beatles — Abbey Road
5. The Beatles — Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
6. Nirvana — Nevermind
7. Led Zeppelin — Led Zeppelin 4
8. Red Hot Chili Peppers — Blood Sugar Sex Magik
9. Meat Loaf — Bat Out Of Hell
10. U2 — The Joshua Tree

11–20
11. Pink Floyd — Wish You Were Here
12. The Beatles — The Beatles - White Album
13. The Beatles — Revolver
14. Pink Floyd — The Wall
15. Radiohead — The Bends
16. Neil Diamond — Hot August Night
17. Neil Young — Harvest
18. Carole King — Tapestry
19. Pearl Jam — Ten
20. Fleetwood Mac — Rumours

21–30
21. Tool — Aenima
22. Bob Dylan — Blood On The Tracks
23. Midnight Oil — 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1
24. Silverchair — Diorama
25. AC/DC — Back In Black
26. The Clash — London Calling
27. The Whitlams — Eternal Nightcap
28. Queen — A Night at the Opera
29. The Pixies — Doolittle
30. Missy Higgins — The Sound Of White

31–40
31. Paul Simon — Graceland
32. Anthony Callea — Anthony Callea
33. U2 — Achtung Baby
34. David Bowie — Ziggy Stardust and the spiders from Mars
35. Radiohead — Kid A
36. The Beatles — Rubber Soul
37. The Stone Roses — Stone Roses
38. Wolfmother — Wolfmother
39. Oasis — What's The Story Morning Glory
40. Tool — Lateralus

41–50
41. Coldplay — A Rush of Blood to the Head
42. Bob Dylan — Highway 61
43. Sex Pistols — Never Mind the Bollocks
44. Van Morrison — Astral Weeks
45. The Living End — The Living End
46. The Strokes — Is this It?
47. Silverchair — Neon Ballroom
48. The Eagles — Hotel California
49. The Smiths — The Queen Is Dead
50. You Am I — Hourly Daily

51–60
51. The Cure — Disintegration
52. Bob Dylan — Blonde On Blonde
53. Lou Reed — Transformer
54. Bruce Springsteen — Born To Run
55. Red Hot Chili Peppers — Californication
56. Metallica — Master of Puppets
57. Cat Stevens — Tea for the Tillerman
58. R.E.M — Automatic For The People
59. Muse — Absolution
60. Joni Mitchell — Blue

61–70
61. Prince — Purple Rain
62. ABBA — Arrival
63. Elton John — Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
64. Dire Straits — Brothers In Arms
65. Miles Davis — Kind of Blue
66. Cold Chisel — East
67. The Smashing Pumpkins — Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
68. The Who — Who's Next
69. Yes — Close To The Edge
70. Deep Purple — Machine Head

71–80
71. Rage Against The Machine — Rage Against The Machine
72. Green Day — American Idiot
73. Guns N Roses — Appetite For Destruction
74. INXS — Kick
75. David Bowie — Hunky Dory
76. The Smashing Pumpkins — Siamese Dream
77. Def Leppard — Hysteria
78. Foo Fighters — The Colour and The Shape
79. U2 — Rattle and Hum
80. Delta Goodrem — Innocent Eyes

81–90
81. John Farnham — Whispering Jack
82. You Am I — Hi Fi Way
83. Darren Hayes — The Tension & The Spark
84. Crowded House — Woodface
85. Live — Throwing Copper
86. Nine Inch Nails — The Downward Spiral
87. Massive Attack — Blue Lines
88. Led Zeppelin — Led Zeppelin 2
89. Mike Oldfield — Tubular Bells
90. Radio Birdman — Radios Appear

91–100
91. Ben Folds Five — Whatever and Ever Amen
92. Crowded House — Crowded House
93. Powderfinger — Vulture Street
94. The Killers — Hot Fuss
95. The Rolling Stones — Sticky Fingers
96. Silverchair — Frogstomp
97. Queens Of The Stone Age — Songs For The Deaf
98. Portishead — Dummy
99. Soundgarden — Superunknown
100. The Velvet Underground & Nico — The Velvet Underground & Nico

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Freddiebear - 14.04.2007, 17:37

Deep Purple kommen ja nicht gerade gut weg. Queen sind auch nicht so weit vorne. Und Paul Simon ist sogar dabei. :P

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Anonymous - 14.04.2007, 18:42

" 21. Tool — Aenima "

" 40. Tool — Lateralus "


Jaaa! Welch Wunder, es gibt doch noch ein klein wenig Gerechtigkeit auf dieser Welt... :grin:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 14.04.2007, 18:48

Paul Simon und Tool sind mir auch sofort ins Auge gesprungen :grin:

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Anonymous - 14.04.2007, 18:51

Zep's II, ist dafür zu weit hinten. (hab ich spät gemerkt, ich weiß...) Hmm :?

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Freddiebear - 14.04.2007, 18:57

Ist Queen nur einmal dabei? Ich finde, Queen ist zu weit hinten. :roll:

Graceland ist wohl das beliebteste/bekannteste von Paul Simon.

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 14.04.2007, 19:43

Zitat: Zep's II, ist dafür zu weit hinten.

Ja, und Zep ist sowieso zu wenig vertreten :twisted:
Und Queen auch!
Aber egal...ich freu mich mal für Tool :lol:

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Black Dog - 26.04.2007, 08:19

Mal wieder ein 'Rolling Stone-Poll' (oh,Wunder,dass Zep überhaupt vertreten ist :lol: )
Aber um was geht es hier? :roll:


April 25, 2007
Rolling Stone's 25 Best Songs for Reefer Gladness

Rolling Stone asked their readers to help celebrate 4/20 by naming the best songs to get high to and the official list is in.

1. "Shine On You Crazy Diamonds, Pts. 1-5" - Pink Floyd
2. "Pack the Pipe" - The Pharcyde
3. "Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space" - Spiritualized
4. "Purple Haze" - Jimi Hendrix
5. "White Rabbit" - Jefferson Airplane
6. "Slow Ride" - Foghat
7. "Summertime" - Janis Joplin
8. "Feelin' Alright" - Joe Cocker
9. "Everything In Its Right Place" - Radiohead
10. "Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang" - Dr. Dre
11. "Moonage Daydream" - David Bowie
12. "No Quarter" - Led Zeppelin
13. "Higher Than The Sun" - Primal Scream
14. "Roses Are Free" - Ween
15. "Spirit In the Sky" - Norman Greenbaum
16. "Young Folks" - Peter Bjorn & John
17. "El Scorcho" - Weezer
18. "It's Good to Be King" - Tom Petty
19. "Blue Monday" - New Order
20. "1979" - Smashing Pumpkins
21. "Someone Great" - LCD Soundsystem
22. "Float On" - Modest Mouse
23. "More Than This" - Roxy Music
24. "Candle" - Sonic Youth
25. "Summersong" - Decemberists

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maGGus - 26.04.2007, 08:25

Die Band Pink Floyd auf Platz 1, da würd ich zustimmen. Aber doch nicht mit Shine On You Crazy Diamond pt 1-5 :roll:
Wenn dann Careful With That Axe Eugene, Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun oder A Saucerful Of Secrets :wink:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 26.04.2007, 11:41

Ich frag mich nur, wonach die überhaupt gefragt haben?
Was bedeutet:
Zitat: Best Songs for Reefer Gladness ?

:roll:

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maGGus - 26.04.2007, 11:46

Ehm keine Ahnung.. aber unten stand doch noch "naming the best songs to get high"... :roll:

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Black Dog - 26.04.2007, 14:04

Zitat: to get high

Ja, das machte mich auch stutzig.
Meinen die jetzt: Durch die Musik wird man high? :roll:
Oder: Diese Musik soll man hören, wenn man schon high ist? :lol: :lol:

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Freddiebear - 30.04.2007, 16:49

Hm, vielleicht wohl eher, dass man durch die Songs hight wird.
"To get high" heißt ja "um high zu werden".
Man könnte es allerdings auch so verstehen, dass die Lieder das high werden unterstützen oder so. :lol:

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Black Dog - 30.04.2007, 18:03

Ja, an das letztere hatte ich auch gedacht :lol:
Und dann muss man so einen Poll vielleicht anders bewerten ;-)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Freddiebear - 30.04.2007, 18:09

Was es eh alles für Polls gibt. Darüber kann man nur noch lachen. :lol:

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Black Dog - 01.05.2007, 07:35

Das hier aber sind Fakten:

Musical exports
TOP TEN BRITISH ACTS IN THE US FOR 2006

1 Back to Bedlam, James Blunt
2 Love, The Beatles
3 Eye to the Telescope, KT Tunstall
4 Eyes Open, Snow Patrol
5 Corinne Bailey Rae, Corinne Bailey Rae
6 Still The Same, Rod Stewart
7 Unwritten, Natasha Bedingfield
8 Demon Days, Gorillaz
9 Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd
10 Number One, The Beatles

Other veteran British acts still selling well across the Atlantic include Rob Stewart, Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin.
Albums from Led Zeppelin, Elton John, Def Leppard and others topped 200,000 sales.

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Black Dog - 15.05.2007, 08:32

Im Zep-Forum wird nach dem grössten Frontmann gesucht. Das Robert vorne liegt, liegt ja auf der Hand ;-)
Aber Freddie auf Platz 2...könnte ja manche hier freuen :grin:


Who's The Greatest?
Mick Jagger - 2 (2.5%)
Rodger Daltrey - 7 (8.6%)
Robert Plant - 51 (63%)
Paul Rodgers - 1 (1.2%)
Jim Morrison - 6 (7.4%)
Freddie Mercury - 11 (13.6%)
Ian Gillan - 1 (1.2%)
Ozzy Ozbourne - 1 (1.2%)
Bon Scott - 1 (1.2%)
Ronnie Van Zant - 0 (0%)

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Black Dog - 16.05.2007, 13:25

Dylan's 'Down In The Groove' named 'The Worst Album By An Awesome Act'

By ANI
Tuesday May 15, 01:13 PM

Washington, May 15 (ANI): Guitar legend Bob Dylan's album 'Down In The Groove' has been named 'The Worst Album By An Awesome Act' in a new online poll.

The Rolling Stone poll shows that the magazine's readers consider Dylan's album to be the most terrible one.

Second on the list of worst albums by big shot musicians was 'Dirty Work' by the Rolling Stones.

While David Bowie's 'Tonight 4' was third on the list of top worst albums, Van Morrison's 'Beautiful Vision' came in fourth.

Wrapping up the top five was 'Cut the Crap' by 'The Clash', reports Contactmusic.

Top 10 named and shamed on the new list:

1. Bob Dylan - Down In the Groove

2. Rolling Stones - Dirty Work

3. David Bowie - Tonight

4. Van Morrison - Beautiful Vision

5. The Clash - Cut the Crap

6. Neil Young - Old Ways

7. Van Halen - Diver Down

8. The Who - Face Dances

9. Elvis Costello - Mighty Like A Rose

10. Red Hot Chili Peppers - One Hot Minute (ANI)

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Black Dog - 17.05.2007, 07:07

Springsteen tops BBC poll

Veteran rocker Bruce Springsteen’s landmark Born in the USA album has been voted the greatest rock album in a new poll by the BBC.

The poll, held in conjunction with the upcoming broadcast of a new music documentary, has Dire Straits’ Brothers in Arms and Nirvana’s Nevermind in second and third places respectively.

Other rock legends who have albums placed in the top ten include The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, U2 and The Clash.


[Published: 17-May-2007]

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Black Dog - 24.05.2007, 11:43

Es geschehen doch noch Zeichen und Wunder :lol:

Rolling Stone’s 25 Best Road Trip Songs Ever

1. “Immigrant Song,” Led Zeppelin
2. “Born To Run,” Bruce Springsteen
3. “Highway to Hell,” AC/DC
4. “Runnin’ Down a Dream,” Tom Petty
5. “Truckin’,” Grateful Dead
6. “Ol’ 55,” Tom Waits
7. “Radar Love,” Golden Earring
8. “Tush,” ZZ Top
9. “The Passenger,” Iggy Pop
10. “Wanted Dead or Alive”, Bon Jovi
11. “Passenger Side,” Wilco
12. “Turn the Page,” Bob Seger
13. “No Particular Place to Go,” Chuck Berry
14. “Going Back to Cali,” LL Cool J
15. “Born to be Wild,” Steppenwolf
16. “Running On Empty,” Jackson Browne
17. “Take It Easy,” Eagles
18. “Award Tour,” Tribe Called Quest
19. “Taking the Long Way,” Dixie Chicks
20. “Roadrunner,” Modern Lovers
21. “Rearviewmirror,” Pearl Jam
22. “Gravity Rides Everything,” Modest Mouse
23. “No Sleep Till Brooklyn,” Beastie Boys
24. “Pink Houses,” John Mellencamp
25. “Travelin’ Band,” Creedence Clearwater Revival

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Black Dog - 24.05.2007, 11:50

Naja, und das sieht schon wieder mehr nach 'Rolling Stone' aus...Platz 14 :shock: Die spinnen...

THE GREATEST ARTISTS OF ALL TIME


1) The Beatles by Elvis Costello

2) Bob Dylan by Robbie Robertson

3) Elvis Presley by Bono

4) The Rolling Stones by Steven Van Zandt

5) Chuck Berry by Joe Perry

6) Jimi Hendrix by John Mayer

7) James Brown by Rick Rubin

8) Little Richard by Little Richard

9) Aretha Franklin by Jerry Wexler

10) Ray Charles by Van Morrison

11) Bob Marley by Wyclef Jean

12) The Beach Boys by Lindsey Buckingham

13) Buddy Holly by John Mellencamp

14) Led Zeppelin by Dave Grohl

15) Stevie Wonder by Elton John

16) Sam Cooke by Art Garfunkel

17) Muddy Watters by Billy Gibbons

18) Marvin Gaye by Smokey Robinson

19) The Velvet Underground by Julian Casablancas

20) Bo Diddley by Iggy Pop

21) Otis Redding by Steve Cropper

22) U2 by Chris Martin

23) Bruce Springsteen by Jackson Browne

24) Jerry Lee Lewis by Moby

25) Fats Domino by Dr. John

26) The Ramones by Lenny Kaye

27) Nirvana by Vernon Reid

28) Prince by Ahmir Thompson

29) The Who by Eddie Vedder

30) The Clash by The Edge

31) Johnny Cash by Kris Kristofferson

32) Smokey Robinson and the Miracles by Bob Seger

33) The Everly Brothers by Paul Simon

34) Neil Young by Flea

35) Michael Jackson by Antonio "LA" Reid

36) Madonna by Britney Spears

37) Roy Orbison by K.D. Lang

38) John Lennon by Lenny Kravitz

39) David Bowie by Lou Reed

40) Simon and Garfunkel by James Taylor

41) The Doors by Marilyn Manson

42) Van Morrison by Peter Wolf

43) Sly and the Family Stone by Don Was

44) Public Enemy by Adam Yauch

45) The Byrds by Tom Petty

46) Janis Joplin by Rosanne Cash

47) Patti Smith by Shirley Manson

48) Run-DMC by Chuck D

49) Elton John by Billy Joel

50) The Band by Lucinda Williams

51) Howlin' Wolf by Buddy Guy

52) The Allman Brothers Band by Billy Gibbons

53) Eric Clapton by Little Steven

54) Dr. Dre by Kanye West

55) Grateful Dead by Warren Haynes

56) Parliament/Funkadelic by Ice Cube

57) Aerosmith by Slash

58) Sex Pistols by Billie Joe Armstrong

59) Louis Jordan by Ahmet Ertegun

60) Joni Mitchell by Jewel

61) Tina Turner by Janet Jackson

62) Etta James by Bonnie Raitt

63) Phil Spector by Jerry Wexler

64) The Kinks by Peter Buck

65) Al Green by Justin Timberlake

66) Cream by Roger Waters

67) The Temptations by Rod Stewart

68) Jackie Wilson by Peter Wolf

69) Carl Perkins by Tom Petty

70) The Police by Brandon Flowers

71) Frank Zappa by Trey Anastasio

72) AC/DC by Rick Rubin

73) Radiohead by Dave Matthews

74) Hank Williams by Beck

75) The Eagles by Sheryl Crow

76) The Shirelles by Paul Shaffer

77) Beastie Boys by Darryl "DMC" McDaniels

78) The Stooges by Thurston Moore

79) The Four Tops by Smokey Robinson

80) Elvis Costello by Liz Phair

81) The Drifters by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller

82) Eminem by Elton John

83) N.W.A. by Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson

84) James Taylor by Art Garfunkel

85) Black Sabbath by Dave Navarro

86) Tupac Shakur by 50 Cent

87) Gram Parsons by Keith Richards

88) Miles Davis by Mos Def

89) The Yardbirds by Steven Tyler

90) Carlos Santana by Henry Garza

91) Ricky Nelson by John Fogerty

92) Guns n' Roses by Joe Perry

93) Booker T. and the MG's by Isaac Hayes

94) Nine Inch Nails by David Bowie

95) Lynyrd Skynyrd by Al Kooper

96) Martha and the Vandellas by Fred Schneider

97) Diana Ross and the Supremes by Antonio "LA" Reid

98) Roxy Music by John Taylor

99) Curtis Mayfield by Boz Scaggs

100) Lee "Scratch" Perry by Adam Horovitz

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Freddiebear - 24.05.2007, 19:41

Ich check jetzt ehrlich gesagt nicht so ganz, was das hinter den Bandnamen oder so mit dem "by..." bedeuten soll.
Steh ich aufm Schlauch oder kann mir das jemand erklären??? :oops:

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Black Dog - 24.05.2007, 20:01

Es gab in der Zeitschrift Rolling Stone zu jeder Platzierung einen Bericht oder Kommentar, von irgendeinem Promi.
Bei Zep war es Dave Grohl (zum Beispiel)...deshalb by Dave Grohl.

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Black Dog - 26.05.2007, 18:38

Und wieder ein neuer ;-) Man darf geteilter Meinung sein :lol:


MOJO : 100 records that changed the world.




100 Records that changed the world :

100. Gnarls Barkley - Crazy. Without this no : ..rush to get danger mouse to produce your next album.

99. The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses. Without this no : rebirth of tunes in British indie, Madchester, The Verve, Oasis and Kasabian.

98. Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden. Without this no : Trash metal, Death metal, Grindcore, Slipknot and Bullet for my valentine.

97. Television - Marquee Moon. Without this no : Echo & The Bunnymen, U2, Razorlight.

96. Donna Summer - I Feel Love. Without this no : Electro, house, techno.

95. Green Day - Dookie. Without this no : US pop-punk and emo.

94. The Libertines - Up the bracket. Without this no : Jamie T, Larrikin Love, Fratellis and (unfortunately) The Kooks.

93. Nina Simone - To be young, gifted, & black. Without this : We're stuck with we shall overcome.

92. The Strokes - This is it. Without this no : Spiky 21st century-indie redux.

91. Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five - West End Blues. Without this no : Jazz as we know it.

90. Phuture - Acid Tracks. Without this no : Acid house, rave, Britain on ecstacy, the '90s.

89. Oasis - Definitely Maybe. Without this no : Beatles rehabilitation, 'havin' it'.

88. Queen - Sheer Heart Attack. Without this no : Guns N' Roses, Foo Fighters, The Darkness, Def Leppard.

87. Radiohead - The Bends. Without this no : Muse, Coldplay and their ilk.

86. The Animals - The House of the Rising Sun. Without this no : Electric Dylan, you want more?

85. Sonic Youth - EVOL. Without this no : Nirvana, Mogwai, Dinosaur Jr and My Bloody Valentine.

84. The Shadows - Apache. Without this no : Strat rock, English Axe boom.

83. The Cure - Pornography. Without this no : Interpol, Placebo, Deftones, A Perfect circle, Bloc Party, Death Cab for Cutie.

82. The Jesus & Mary Chan - Psychocandy. Without this no : C86, shoegazing.

81. The Band - Music from big pink. Without this no : Derek and the dominoes, The White Album Hats'n'beards in rock.

80. The Smith - This Charming Man. Without this no : The '80s rediscovery of the '60s, Stone Roses, Oasis, Shins.

79. Pixies - Surfer Rosa. Without this no : Smells Like Teen Spirit.

78. Nick Drake - Five Leaves Left. Without this no : Wispy acoustic rock.

77. Gang of four - Entertainment!. Without this no : Red Hot Chili Peppers, R.E.M, neo-post-punk rennaisance, from The Rapture to !!!.

76. Big Youth - Screaming Target. Without this no : See above!

75. R.E.M - Murmur. Without this : US indie takes a different form; mainstream-integrity-rock needs new pin-ups.

74. Carole King - Tapestry. Without this no : Kate Bush, Berth Orton, Tracy Chapman.

73. T.Rex - Get it on (Bang a gong). Without this no : Glam Explosion, Smiths, Oasis.

72. Bruce Springsteen - Born to Run. Without this no : Urban romantic myths, Jim Steinman, The Hold Steady.

71. Public Image LTD - Public Image. Without this no : Post-punk, Neo-post punk.

70. The Kingsmen - Louie Louie. Without this : Punk dissolves and bar bands find another default setting.

69. MC5 - Kick out the jams. Without this no : Kicking out the jams, motherfuckers!!

68. Brian Eno - Discreet Music. Without this no : Berlin Bowie, Talking Heads, Modern electronic music.

67. Billie Holiday - Strange fruit. Without this no : Music as a matter of life and death.

66. Love - Love. Without this no : British indie rock.

65. Joni Mitchell - Blue. Without this no : Bookish female singer-songwriters.

64. David Bowie - Low. Without this no : Synthpop, wedges, "Getting Eno in", the '80s generally.

63. Marvin Gaye - What's Going on. Without this no : Soul-album-as-statement.

62. Can - Tago Mago. Without this no : Eno, PiL, Joy Division, hypnotic repetition.

61. N.W.A - Straight Outta Compton. Without this no : Snoop Dogg, Biggie, Tupac, Eminem and, er, Anaconda.

60. John Coltrane - My Favorite Things. Without this no : Eight Miles High, Fun House, astral rock.

59. The Upsetters - Blackboard Jungle Dub. Without this no : Post-Kid A Radiohead, Timbaland, Drum'n'Bass, etc..

58. Fairport Convention - Liege & Lief. Without this no : English folk-rock, Psych-folk, nu-folk, Battle of Evermore.

57. The Byrds - Sweetheart of the Rodeo. Without this no : Eagles, '70s Soft Rock, alt Country (Hereinafter, "Americana").

56. Pink Floyd - Arnold Layne. Without this no : Art-rock, space-rock, psych-rock, prog rock, Hawkwind, Cope, Oil projections.

55. John Lennon - Plastic Ono Band. Without this no : Ian Curtis, Kurt Cobain, Thom Yorke, Conor Oberst.

54. Chic - Good Times. Without this no : Punk-funk, Let's Dance, Madonna, Hip-hop.

53. Neil Young - Everybody knows this is nowhere. Without this no : Grunge, hypno-heaviosity, mewling rock voices.

52. Buddy Holly - That'll be the day. Without this no : Beatles, Weezer, indie rock geeks generally.

51. Captain Beefheart & his magic band - Trout Mask Replica. Without this no : XTC, mystic Scouse rock.

50. Stevie Wonder - Innervisions. Without this no : Michael Jackson, Jamiroquai.

Halfway!!

49. The Doors - The Doors. Without this no : Iggy Pop, The Cult, Echo & The Bunnymen.

48. The Rolling Stones - Sympathy for the devil. Without this no : Genuinely evil Rock 'n' Roll.

47. Sam Cooke - You send me. Without this no : Marvin Gaye, storytelling soul.

46. Joy Division - Unknown pleasures. Without this no : Students in overcoats, sidepartings in rock, Factory, New Order, Editors.

45. The Ronettes - Be my baby. Without this no : Let it be, Pet Sounds, Ramones, teen opera.

44. The Who - My Generation. Without this no : Mod explosion, Mod revival, Sex Pistols, Hüsker Dü, Pearl Jam, Radiohead.

43. Miles Davis - Kind of blue. Without this no : Chet Baker, Coltrane, ECM.

42. Various - Nuggets. Without this no : Stooges, Ramones, Cramps.

41. Link Wray - Rumble. Without this no : Power chords, Pete Townshend, Punk Rock.

40. The Beatles - Revolver. Without this no : Psychedelic pop, Sgt. Pepper (no shit? cheesy).

39. New York Dolls - New York Dolls. Without this no : Glam Bowie, Sex Pistols, Clash, Morrisey.

38. Lonnie Donegan - Rock Island Line. Without this no : Home-grown blues and rock variants.

37. Jeff Buckley - Grace. Without this no : post-bends Radiohead, modern rock girlymen.

36. The Stooges - Fun House. Without this no : punk, grunge sludge or 'core of any sort.

35. Davy Graham With Alexis Korner - 3/4AD. Without this no : English psych-folk, Led Zeppelin III.

34. Bob Marley & The Wailers - Exodus. Without this no : Third-world superstars.

33. Michael Jackson - Thriller. Without this no : Timerblake, Neverland, modern chart pop.

32. Jimmie Rodgers - Blue Yodel #1 (T for Texas). Without this no : Hank William, Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley.

31. David Bowie - The Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars. Without this no : UK punk, pop androgyny, gay-acting straights.

30. Hank Williams - Move it on over. Without this no : Country Rock.

29. Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five - The Message. Without this no : Rap as CNN of the streets.

28. Patti Smith - Horses. Without this no : Stipe, Bono, P.J Harvey, Karen O.

27. Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit. Without this no : '90s "alt" with everything.

26. Charlie Parker - Koko. Without this no : Bop, free jazz, the works.

25. Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath. Without this no : Good (ie non-widdly-widdly) heavy metal.

24. The Clash - London Calling. Without this no : Stadium punk, rock album as generic tapas, Sandistina!.

23. Howlin' Wolf - The Rocking Chair Album. Without this no : Led Zeppelin, Captain Beefheart.

22. The Ramones - Ramones. Without this no : "Onetwothreefour!"

21. The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds. Without this no : Sunshine pop, R.E.M.

20. Led Zeppelin - Untitled (AKA Led Zeppelin IV). Without this no : Aerosmith, Rush, Jeff Buckley, White Stripes, Dungen and wannabe axe heroes playing Stairway to Heaven in guitar shops.

19. The Rolling Stones - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction. Without this no : Led Zeppelin, UK Stax tour, Clash.

18. Aretha Franklin - I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You. Without this : People might think Joss Stone is good.

17. Bob Dylan - Like A Rolling Stone. Without this no : Hippies, Yippies, thin wild mercury sounds.

16. The Beatles - Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band. Without this no : Soft Rock, sonic experimentations, rock coverage in broadsheet newspapers.

15. James Brown - Papa's Got a Brand New Bag. Without this no : Funk, Funky Rocks, Sly Stone, Prince.

14. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Purple Haze. Without this no : Heavy rock, Bitches Brew, US acts breaking first in Britain.

13. Woody Guthrie - Dust Bowl Ballads. Without this no : Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, social justice in America.

12. Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode. Without this no : John Lennon, Rolling Stones, MC5, Beach Boys, meta Rock'n'roll.

11. Frank Sinatra - In the Wee Small Hours. Without this no : Teenagers, Elvis, gloom-pop, the modern LP record.

10. Sex Pistols - God Save the Queen. Without this no : Clash, Buzzcocks, Joy Division, Fall, Prodigy, Green Day, Thatcher.

9. Ray Charles - What I'd Say. Without this no : Soul, period. In Britain, no Van, Winwood, and the rest of UK's white soul.

8. Various - Anthology of American Folk Music. Without this no : Woddy Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Dylan, any other troubadour seeking cover material.

7. The Velvet Underground and Nico - The Velvet Underground. Without this no : Rock counterculture, no Bowie, Iggy, Alice Cooper, Avant Rock, Krautrock, punk, goth, Sonic Youth, Jesus & Mary Chain, C86 Indie, lo-fi, etc.

6. Robert Johnson - King of the Delta Blues Singers. Without this no : British blues boom, punk rock blues, Sympathy for the Devil.

5. Kraftwerk - Autobahn. Without this no : Electronica, acid house, er, Primal Scream's Evil Heat.

4. Bob Dylan - The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan. Without this no : Byrds, Rubber Soul, poetry in popular music.

3. Elvis Presley - Heartbreak Hotel. Without this : Rock'n'roll remains "race music".

2. The Beatles - I Wanna Hold Your Hand. Without this no : Groups writing their own songs.

1. Little Richard - Tutti Fruti. Without this no : Nothing!!

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

maGGus - 26.05.2007, 18:52

Ich find den Poll aber ganz lustig :wink: :roll:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 27.05.2007, 17:08

Ich eigentlich auch ;-)
Was haltet ihr hier von? :roll:

One Hundred Greatest Drum Performances

1. Moby Dick - John Bonham (Led Zeppelin)
2. Toad - Ginger Baker (Cream)
3. Ticks And Leeches - Danny Carey (Tool)
4. 21st Century Schizoid Man - Michael Giles (King Crimson)
5. La Villa Strangiato - Neil Peart (Rush)
6. Erotomania - Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater)
7. Cobwebs And Strange - Keith Moon (The Who)
8. Tarkus - Carl Palmer (ELP)
9. Hot For Teacher - Alex Van Halen (Van Halen)
10. Heart Of The Sunrise - Bill Bruford (Yes)
11. Jesus Christ Pose - Matt Cameron (Soundgarden)
12. Fire - Mitch Mitchell (Jimi Hendrix)
13. Aja - Steve Gadd (Steely Dan)
14. Space Truckin - Ian Paice (Deep Purple)
15. By-Tor And The Snow Dog - Neil Peart (Rush)
16. A Quick One - Keith Moon (The Who)
17. Wipeout - Ron Wilson (Surfaris)
18. Dharma For One - Clive Bunker (Jethro Tull)
19. Rosanna - Jeff Porcaro (Toto)
20. One More Red Nightmare - Bill Bruford (King Crimson)
21. Don't Eat The Yellow Snow Suite - Ralph Humphrey (Frank Zappa)
22. Rat Salad - Bill Ward (Black Sabbath)
23. Do What You Like - Ginger Baker (Blind Faith)
24. Frankenstein - Chuck Ruff (Edgar Winter)
25. Toccata - Carl Palmer (ELP)
26. Revolution Is My Name - Vinnie Paul (Pantera)
27. Tank - Carl Palmer (ELP)
28. Reflection - Danny Carey (Tool)
29. Dance Of Eternity - Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater)
30. Soundchaser - Alan White (Yes)
31. Tragic - Terry Bozzio (Bozzio Levin Stevens)
32. Won't Get Fooled Again - Keith Moon (The Who)
33. Eternity's Breath Part I and II - Narrada Michael Walden (Mahavishnu Orch.)
34. Manic Depression - Mitch Mitchell (Jimi Hendrix)
35. Aenima - Danny Carey (Tool)
36. Tripping Billies - Carter Beauford (Dave Matthews Band)
37. Late In The Evening - Steve Gadd (Paul Simon)
38. Ice Cakes - Rod Morgenstein (Dixie Dregs)
39. Baby Don't You Do It - Keith Moon (The Who)
40. No Excuses - Sean Kinney (Alice in Chains)
41. My Generation - Keith Moon (The Who)
42. YYZ - Neil Peart (Rush)
43. War Ensemble - Dave Lombardo (Slayer)
44. Who Are You - Keith Moon (The Who)
45. Karn Evil 9 - Carl Palmer (ELP)
46. The Grudge - Danny Carey (Tool)
47. In A Gadda Da Vida - Ron Bushy (Iron Butterfly)
48. People=Shit - Joey Jordison (Slipknot)
49. Happy Jack - Keith Moon (The Who)
50. Symptom of the Universe - Bill Ward (Black Sabbath)
51. Vital Transformation - Billy Cobham (Mahavishnu Orchestra)
52. Rock And Roll - John Bonham (Led Zeppelin)
53. Fireball - Ian Paice (Deep Purple)
54. Painkiller - Scott Travis (Judas Priest)
55. Burn - Ian Paice (Deep Purple)
56. Sgt Baker - Tim Alexander (Primus)
57. Metropolis - Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater)
58. South Side of the Sky - Bill Bruford (Yes)
59. Message In A Bottle - Stewart Copeland (The Police)
60. 6:00 - Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater)
61. Soul Sacrifice - Mike Shrieve (Santana)
62. You Could Be Mine - Matt Sorum (Guns N Roses)
63. Rain - Ringo Starr (The Beatles)
64. How Many More Times - John Bonham (Led Zeppelin)
65. Frizzle Fry - Tim Alexander (Primus)
66. Forty Six & Two - Danny Carey (Tool)
67. Supernaut - Bill Ward (Black Sabbath)
68. One Of These Days - Nick Mason (Pink Floyd)
69. Eleven - Tim Alexander (Primus)
70. The Ox - Keith Moon (The Who)
71. Silent Scream - Dave Lombardo (Slayer)
72. Lateralis - Danny Carey (Tool)
73. The Noonward Race - Billy Cobham (Mahavishnu Orchestra)
74. Elephant Talk - Bill Bruford (King Crimson)
75. Seven Days - Vinnie Colaiuta (Sting)
76. 2112 - Neil Peart (Rush)
77. Achilles Last Stand - John Bonham (Led Zeppelin)
78. Tom Sawyer - Neil Peart (Rush)
79. Apostrophe - Jim Gordon (Frank Zappa)
80. Spoonman - Matt Cameron (Soundgarden)
81. Angel Of Death - Dave Lombardo (Slayer)
82. Great King Rat - Roger Taylor (Queen)
83. White Room - Ginger Baker (Cream)
84. A Change Of Seasons - Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater)
85. The Noose - Josh Freese (A Perfect Circle)
86. When the Levee Breaks - John Bonham (Led Zeppelin)
87. Candy's Room - Max Weinberg (Springsteen)
88. Walking On The Moon - Stewart Copeland (The Police)
89. Pretty Noose - Matt Cameron (Soundgarden)
90. Bad Reputation - Brian Downey (Thin Lizzy)
91. Regatta De Blanc - Stewart Copeland (The Police)
92. War Pigs - Bill Ward (Black Sabbath)
93. Acid Rain - Mike Portnoy (Liquid Tension Experiment)
94. The Wizard - Bill Ward (Black Sabbath)
95. Bargain - Keith Moon (The Who)
96. Raining Blood - Dave Lombardo (Slayer)
97. In My Time Of Dying - John Bonham (Led Zeppelin)
98. Dyers Eve - Lars Ulrich (Metallica)
99. Where Eagles Dare - Nicko McBrain (Iron Maiden)
100. Over The Electric Grapevine - Tim Alexander (Primus)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

maGGus - 27.05.2007, 17:38

Platz 1 und 2 ist total berechtigt... nur When The Levee Breaks auf 86 ? :roll: :?

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 27.05.2007, 18:59

Stimmt!
Und darüber kann ich auch nur den Kopf schütteln:

77. Achilles Last Stand - John Bonham (Led Zeppelin) :twisted:

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Black Dog - 28.05.2007, 12:35

Another reason to hate polls
« on: Today at 05:26:48 AM »

Here is the latest dumb arse poll to come out here in England.
This (apparently) is the top ten of the best guitar bands ever;

1)Blur huh huh hysterical
2)Iron Maiden
3)Led Zeppelin
4)Arctic Monkeys
5)Pink Floyd
6)Rolling Stones
7)Queen
8)Black Sabbath
9)Oasis
10)Beatles

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Freddiebear - 30.05.2007, 10:01

Was verstehen die unter guitar bands? :roll:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 30.05.2007, 11:52

Tja, weiss ich auch nicht. Reine Gitarren-Bands (wo die Gitarre dominiert), trifft ja nicht auf alle zu. Keine Ahnung...

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

maGGus - 30.05.2007, 12:01

trifft eigentlich nur auf 2-3 bands zu :roll:

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Black Dog - 30.05.2007, 17:01

Rockin' Hall of Fame - 2006

1 Pearl Jam
2 Led Zeppelin
3 Green Day
4 Evanescence
5 U2
6 Nirvana
7 Foo Fighters
8 AC/DC
9 The Beatles
10 Elvis Presley


Und hier die aktuelle Hall Of Fame (man kann dort wohl noch voten)

Rockin' Hall of Fame
Votes Artist
1382 14.5% Evanescence
1214 12.8% Pearl Jam
973 10.2% Led Zeppelin
667 7.0% Elvis Presley
404 4.2% U2
350 3.7% Green Day
297 3.1% AC/DC
296 3.1% Nirvana
265 2.8% The Beatles
264 2.8% Pink Floyd
263 2.8% Slipknot
260 2.7% Foo Fighters
238 2.5% Nickelback
140 1.5% My Chemical Romance
136 1.4% The Doors
131 1.4% Fall Out Boy
126 1.3% Metallica
122 1.3% White Stripes
122 1.3% Soundgarden
117 1.2% Rolling Stones
116 1.2% The Who
115 1.2% Jimi Hendrix
113 1.2% Aerosmith
110 1.2% System Of A Down
109 1.1% David Bowie
105 1.1% The Clash
70 0.7% Queen
69 0.7% Guns 'N' Roses
67 0.7% The Band
63 0.7% My Morning Jacket
60 0.6% Van Halen
59 0.6% Red Hot Chili Peppers
57 0.6% Poison
57 0.6% Nine Inch Nails
54 0.6% KISS
51 0.5% Ray Charles
50 0.5% Sex Pistols
48 0.5% Cheap Trick
42 0.4% R.E.M.
31 0.3% Grateful Dead
24 0.3% Queens Of The Stone Age
24 0.3% Bob Dylan
24 0.3% Blink 182
23 0.2% Radiohead
22 0.2% Iron Maiden
22 0.2% Flyleaf
22 0.2% Alice In Chains
21 0.2% Ramones
21 0.2% Oasis
20 0.2% Neil Young
19 0.2% Smashing Pumpkins
18 0.2% The Vines
5 0.1% AFI
4 0.0% Marilyn Manson
4 0.0% Kansas
3 0.0% Mudhoney
3 0.0% Bruce Springsteen
3 0.0% Beach Boys
1 0.0% Yes
1 0.0% The Used
1 0.0% Linkin Park
1 0.0% Lacuna Coil
1 0.0% Hooters
1 0.0% Eric Clapton
1 0.0% Chuck Berry
1 0.0% Chicago
1 0.0% Boston
1 0.0% Bad Religion
1 0.0% Allman Brothers Band


http://www.rockintown.com/cgi-bin/index.cgi?action=vote

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 01.06.2007, 09:38

Mit dieser Liste könnte ich leben ;-) (nicht nur wegen Stairway :lol: )
Ok, einige Sachen würde man ändern...aber im grossen und ganzen ist sie nicht so dämlich, wie die meisten Listen sonst 8)


25. Baba O’Riley – The Who 1971

This is a song that is often (and incorrectly) called “Teenage Wasteland” thanks to its chorus. The song comes from their 1971 effort Who’s Next, an album that many consider to be The Who’s best.



24. “We Will Rock You / We Are the Champions” – Queen 1977

From it’s “stomp, stomp, clap” beat during We will Rock You, to the soaring vocals of the late great Freddie Mercury on We are the Champions, these two songs played back to back epitomize everything that made Queen one of rock’s most influential bands.



23. “Go Your Own Way” – Fleetwood Mac 1976

For a period of time in the late 1970’s, Fleetwood Mac was the biggest act on the planet. The first song released from their 1977 album, Rumours propelled the album to spending 31 weeks at the top of the charts. To date, Rumours has sold almost 20 million copies, and counting.





22. “Creep” – Radiohead 1992

The first of two “grunge” era songs to make the chart, this was the first Radiohead single to receive wide airplay. “Creep” put British band Radiohead on the United States map. For a time Radiohead was perceived as a one hit wonder, but the 1997 album Ok Computer became a huge critical and commercial success. More success came in the new millennium with the albums Kid A and Amnesiac.



21. “American Pie” – Don McLean 1971

This classic American sing along traces much of the history of rock n’ roll and was inspired by the events of February 3rd 1959, a day that McLean penned as “the Day the Music Died.” On that day, young rock stars the Big Bopper (J.P. Richards), Ritchie Valens and Buddy Holly all lost their lives when the small plane they were traveling in crashed in to an Iowa cornfield. Over the years there has been much debate about the meaning of McLean’s lyrics. In a recent interview he coyly stated, "The song was written as my attempt at an epic song about America, and I used the imagery of music and politics to do that." Let the debate rage on.



20. Piano Man – Billy Joel 1973

This song is based on real people from a bar that a young and struggling Billy Joel played for free. His first major hit, it is still considered his signature song. Released in 1973, “Piano Man” remains popular as it is still listed as Billy Joel’s top seller in the online iTunes music store.



19. Paradise by the Dashboard Light – Meat Loaf 1977

The best known song from Meat Loaf’s classic Bat out of Hell album. This is a tune that everyone that has been in a long relationship can relate to and features a guest appearance by legendary New York Yankee Phil Rizzuto. Bat Out of Hell still sells about 200,000 copies per year and has sold an estimated 40 million copies worldwide, 16 million in the US alone.



18. . Enter Sandman – Metallica 1991

With one song and one album, Metallica went from a band with a loyal but relatively small following, to a world wide commercially succesful sensation. From the self titled or “Black” album, Enter Sandman tells the grim tale of a young child who fears falling asleep and the nightmares that come. To date, the “Black” album has sold 15 million copies worldwide.



17.Comfortably Numb – Pink Floyd 1979

From the concept album, The Wall this song helps tell the tale of the of a rock star that is slowly going insane and building a wall inside of his head between himself and reality. According to Rolling Stone the lyrics came from Roger Waters' experience when he was injected with tranquillizers for hepatitis by a doctor prior to playing a Pink Floyd show in Philadelphia on the band's 1977 tour for the Animals album. "That was the longest two hours of my life," Waters said. "Trying to do a show when you can hardly lift your arm." The experience gave him the idea which became this song.





16.Miss You – The Rolling Stones 1978

Admitedly, a lot of the classic Stones material came out prior to 1970, but this song is one of their best. From the album, Some Girls it was the first Rolling Stones single with prominent disco influences that reflected the pop culture of the late 1970’s.



15. Dream On – Aerosmith 1973

It’s hard to believe, but when this song was first released in 1973, it went nowhere on the chart, not even cracking the top 50. That was most likely a result of the fact that it comes from Aerosmith’s debut album and the band was relatively unknown at the time. Re-released in 1976, it stormed up the charts and made the top 10. One of the first hard rock, “power ballads” and still one of the best.



14.One – U2 1991

You could argue the case for several U2 songs to make this chart, but in my mind this is U2’s best effort. U2 was on the brink of breaking up when the band rallied around a riff The Edge was writing during the recording sessions for the album Achtung Baby. It inspired the band to write "One," and it changed the band's outlook. Treat yourself and seek out Johnny Cash’s cover of this song from his 2000 album American III: Solitary Man. Trust me, it’s one of the greatest vocals the late great Cash ever recorded.



13. Layla – Derek and the Dominoes 1970

Considered one of rock music's definitive love songs, it features an unmistakable guitar opening riff that was played by Eric Clapton and Duane Allman. Layla was written by Eric Clapton about his love for Pattie Boyd, the wife of his friend George Harrison from The Beatles. This song became a hit all over again 20 years later when it was a released as a single from Eric Clapton’s famous Unplugged album.



12. Sweet Emotion – Aerosmith 1975

From the bands breakthough album Toys in the Attic, this song was the first one to achieve major mainstream success for American rockers Aerosmith. The song was loosely based on some of the internal turmoil that was going on amongst the wives of the band members. Ever since its inception, the song has been a live staple at Aerosmith concerts, and even to this day, the band almost never omits it from the setlist.



11. Under the Bridge – Red Hot Chili Peppers 1991

Like Metallica, the Red Hot Chili Peppers spent years developing a loyal but small fan base. That all changed in 1991 with their commercial break through album Blood Sugar Sex Magik. Under the Bridge is a reflection on vocalist Anthony Kiedis’ drug addiction. It remains their most succesful song, peaking at number 2 on the charts.



10. You Shook Me All Night Long – AC/DC 1980

In 1980 AC/DC was reeling from the death of its legendary lead singer Bon Scott. The band considered breaking up, but ultimately decided to continue after hiring Brian Johnson as new singer and lyricist. Amazingly the first album from the new AC/DC lineup, Back in Black became their most succesful and an instant classic. Driven by songs like “You Shook Me All Night Long”, “Hells Bells”, and the title track, international sales of Back in Black ascend to more than 42 million copies, making it the second most sold disc of all time after “Thriller” by Michael Jackson.





9. Won’t Get Fooled Again – The Who 1971

The second song on the chart to come from The Who’s 1971 album, Who’s Next. Written by Who guitarist Pete Townshend. The song famously mixes organs against massive guitar power chords, leading up to an extended synthesizer break into a drum entrance followed by a massive scream. Roger Daltrey’s scream from Won’t Get Fooled Again is perhaps the most famous bellow in the history of rock music.



8. More Than a Feeling – Boston 1976

The inspiration for this blog, and for my money, just about the “perfect” rock song. It features incredible vocals from Brad Delp, stellar guitar work from Tom Scholz, and a huge sing along hook for a chourus. The most popular of all of the Boston tracks, it has helped their 1976 debut album sell over 17 million copies worldwide.



7. Sweet Child O’ Mine – Guns N’ Roses 1988

The opening guirtar chord progression on this track by G N’ R guitarist Slash is unmistakeable. Guns and Roses was a relatively unknown L.A. band until the release of their album, Appetite for Destruction. Intial response to the album was lukewarm until Sweet Child O’ Mine was released as a single. It shot all of the way to number one by September of 1988 and propelled Appetite for Destruction to sales in excess of 25 million copies



6. Hotel California – Eagles 1976

From the smash album of the same name, Hotel California is a complex song with themes of addiction, materialism, and the 1970’s Southern California lifestyle. Known for it’s guitar solos that are performed by both Joe Walsh and Don Felder, Hotel California was a grammy award winner and an overwhelming critical and commercial success.



5. Born to Run – Bruce Springsteen 1975

Without question, Born to Run has become the signature song for Bruce Springsteen. “The Boss” had released two albums prior to Born to Run to vast critical acclaim but with little to show in actual sales. Both the album and single of Born to Run changed all that. Springsteen has said that he wrote the song with a desperate feeling to make something big out of his music career. The lyrics are written to a fictious girl named Wendy, and they echo those desperate sentiments: “We gotta get out while we're young, 'cause tramps like us, baby we were born to run.”





4. Free Bird – Lynyrd Skynyrd 1973

This epics theme was originally conceived by Skynyrd guitarist Allen Collins after his steady girlfriend, who realized that the band would always come first, kept asking him questions like, “If I leave here tomorrow, would you still remember me?” After the 1977 plane crash that killed Skynyrd band members Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines, and Cassie Gaines along with assistant road manager Dean Kilpatrick, pilot Walter McCreary and co-pilot William Gray, the song took on mythical proportions as the legendary story of Lynyrd Skynyrd continues to be told to each new generation of rock fans.



3. Smells like Teen Spirit – Nirvana 1991

Simply put, this song changed absolutely everything. From the seminal album Nevermind, Smells Like Teen Spirit sent a seismic shock wave across the rock music landscape. It put the sound of the 1980’s firmly in its grave and ushered in an entire era of new music. With the possible exception of Bill Haley’s “Rock Around the Clock” I don’t think another single song has ever changed things the way this one did from the then previously unknown Seattle trio.



2 Hey Jude – The Beatles 1968*

* This will be my one exception to my, “1970 rule.” I just don’t think I can have a top 25 list like this without including a song from the Beatles. I’ll skirt my way around my rule by virtue of the fact that the song was covered by several artists after 1970, including versions by Elvis Presley and the Grateful Dead. Originally titled "Hey Jules", it was written by Paul McCartney to comfort John Lennon's son Julian when Lennon and his first wife, Cynthia Powell, were divorced. Despite being over 7 minutes long, it lasted two weeks at number one in the British charts, and spent nine weeks as number one in the United States, the longest spell at the top of the American charts for a Beatles single.



1.Stairway to Heaven – Led Zeppelin 1971

What? You actually expected something else to be number 1? No way. This Led Zeppelin classic is the undisputed king of kings. In the history of FM radio, no song has received more airplay then Stairway to Heaven. Despite pressure from Atlantic Records, the band would not authorize the editing of the lenghty song for single release, making Stairway to Heaven one of the most well-known and popular rock songs never to have been actually released as a single. The extended Jimmy Page guitar solo in the song's final section was played for the recording on a classic 1958 Fender Telecaster guitar. Three different solos were recorded with Page agonizing about deciding which one to keep. It’s safe to say that Jimmy made the right decision. On a personal note, I was always amazed when I was a disc jockey about the amount of continual requests I would get for, “Stairway” a song that at the time was 20 years old. Finally it occurred to me that every day there was a new young rock fan being turned on to this song for the first time, and being as blown away by it as I was when I first heard it. As long as there are people playing rock music, there will be people playing Stairway to Heaven.

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Black Dog - 02.06.2007, 17:17

JIMI HENDRIX: Größter Gitarrist aller Zeiten

Die Leser des britischen Magazins "Total Guitar" haben entschieden: 01. Jimi Hendrix 02. Jimmy Page 03. Eric Clapton 04. Slash 05. Brian May 06. Joe Satriani 07. Eddie Van Halen (VAN HALEN) 08. Dave Gilmour (PINK FLOYD) 09. Kirk Hammett (METALLICA) 10. Steve Vai (soloist) 11. Carlos Santana (SANTANA) 12. James Hetfield (METALLICA) 13. Tom Morello (RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE) 14. Kurt Cobain (NIRVANA) 15. Mark Knopfler (DIRE STRAITS) 16. Zakk Wylde (OZZY OSBOURNE) 17. Gary Moore 18. Jeff Beck (YARDBIRDS, JEFF BECK GROUP) 19. Stevie Ray Vaughan (STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN AND DOUBLE TROUBLE) 20. Angus Young (AC/DC)

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Black Dog - 02.06.2007, 17:19

:lol: :lol: :lol:

CHAD KROEGER: Häßlichster Mann der Rockszene

NICKELBACK`s Chad Kroeger "gewann" die Umfrage das Metal-Magazins KERRANG.com nach dem "Ugliest Man In Rock".....1 - Chad Kroeger, Nickelback 2 - Matt Bellamy, Muse 3 - Lemmy, Motorhead 4 - Deryck Whibley, Sum 41 5 - Rivers Cuomo, Weezer 6 - Drowning Pool (full band) 7 - Gordon Morrison, Raging Speedhorn 8 - Marilyn Manson 9 - Stuart Cable, Stereophonics 10 - Mortis

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Freddiebear - 03.06.2007, 19:33

Black Dog hat folgendes geschrieben: JIMI HENDRIX: Größter Gitarrist aller Zeiten

Die Leser des britischen Magazins "Total Guitar" haben entschieden: 01. Jimi Hendrix 02. Jimmy Page 03. Eric Clapton 04. Slash 05. Brian May 06. Joe Satriani 07. Eddie Van Halen (VAN HALEN) 08. Dave Gilmour (PINK FLOYD) 09. Kirk Hammett (METALLICA) 10. Steve Vai (soloist) 11. Carlos Santana (SANTANA) 12. James Hetfield (METALLICA) 13. Tom Morello (RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE) 14. Kurt Cobain (NIRVANA) 15. Mark Knopfler (DIRE STRAITS) 16. Zakk Wylde (OZZY OSBOURNE) 17. Gary Moore 18. Jeff Beck (YARDBIRDS, JEFF BECK GROUP) 19. Stevie Ray Vaughan (STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN AND DOUBLE TROUBLE) 20. Angus Young (AC/DC)

Wenigstens ist Brian auf Platz fünf... :roll:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

SwingCat - 04.06.2007, 09:23

Der Nickelback gewinnt das wohl immer.
:lol: :lol:

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Black Dog - 22.06.2007, 09:58

Neee...manchmal gewinnt auch "Jimmy" :lol: :lol: :lol:

Diddy Tops Worst Cover List
Pussycat Dolls, Kelly Osbourne and Paris Hilton join in

By Laura Katz

LOS ANGELES, CA Friday Jun.22.2007 /netmusiccountdown.com/ -- Diddy's track "Come With Me" has been named by Retrocrush.com as the worst cover song of all time.

Technically, it's not really a cover song, but it does use a sample of Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir." The track was recorded for the 1998 remake of "Godzilla."

Other acts to make the list: Pussycat Dolls and their rendition of Tainted Love by Soft Cell, Kelly Osbourne and her cover of Madonna's "Papa Don't Preach," and jailbird Paris Hilton's remake of Rod Stewart's "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy."


Die spinnen!!!! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

SwingCat - 22.06.2007, 10:09

Wie das gewinnt Jimmy? Wurde er zum hässlichsten Musiker gewählt? Neeee oder?

Und was behaupten die da? Puff Daddy hätte den schlechtesten Cover Song gemacht?

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Black Dog - 22.06.2007, 10:30

Zitat: Puff Daddy hätte den schlechtesten Cover Song gemacht

Ja, das meinte ich. "Indirekt" hat Jimmy diesen Poll gewonnen: Schlechtestes Cover aller Zeiten :lol:
Aber ist natürlich Unsinn. Erstens ist es gar kein Cover. Und zweitens ist es sooo schlecht nun auch wieder nicht ;-)

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Black Dog - 22.06.2007, 12:12

Hier noch mal in Deutsch:

Sean Diddy Combs als Interpret wenig überzeugend
Donnerstag 21. Juni 2007, 12:44 Uhr




Sean Diddy Combs als Interpret wenig überzeugend

New York (dpa) - Rap-Produzent Sean «Diddy» Combs (37) hat es auf die Liste der «100 schlechtesten Cover-Songs» geschafft, die die Webseite «Retrocrush» veröffentlicht. Combs' Neuinterpretation des Led Zeppelin Songs «Kashmir» mit dem Titel «Come With Me» für das Remake des Films «Godzilla» sei in keiner Weise überzeugend, heißt es da.

Schlechte Noten bekamen auch Party-Girl Paris Hilton und Tiny Tim für die Neuauflage von Rod Stewarts «Do Ya Think I'm Sexy». Und Kelly Osbournes Version von «Papa Don't Preach» sei ebenfalls um Klassen schlechter als das Original von Pop-Ikone Madonna.

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

SwingCat - 22.06.2007, 13:02

Ich hoffe den nächsten Preis dieser Art erhält Sarah Connor.
:roll: :roll:


Wie nennt sich denn Puff Daddy äh P.Diddy nun? :lol: Wie bekloppt!

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 10.07.2007, 18:45

Hier kommt ein Poll, der seit fast einem Jahr läuft, und bei dem jeder auch nur einmal voten kann. Also schon etwas aussagekräftiger, als die typischen Polls, die nur kurz laufen, und Fans ihre Lieblinge hoch pushen ;-)

THE definitive list of the all-time greatest rock/metal bands and artists.

List dated 06/07/07

SINGERS
Bruce Dickinson Maiden
Freddie Mercury queen
Robert Plant Led Zep
Ozzy osbourne Black sabbath/solo
Rob halford Judas priest
Ronnie James Dio Various/Dio
James Hetfield Metallica
Steven Tyler Aerosmith
Joe Elliot Def Leppard
Axl rose Guns n roses
Bon scott AC/DC
Sebastian bach Skid Row
Phil anselmo Pantera
Geoff tate Queensryche
David Coverdale Whitesnake
David gilmour Pink floyd
Paul stanley Kiss
James LeBrie Dream theater
Ian gillan Deep purple/Gillan
Dave lee roth Van halen
Roger Daltrey The who
Eric Adams Manowar
Brian johnson AC/DC
Michael kiske Helloween
Sammy hagar Van halen/solo
Dave mustaine Metallica/megadeath
chris cornell Soundgarden/audioslave
Mike patton Faith no more
Blackie lawless Wasp
Jim Morrision Doors
Lance king Pyramaze
Mynard James keenan Tool
Layne staley Alice in chains
Paul McCartney Beatles
Bret michaels Poison
Rob rock Imperlliteri/solo
corey taylor Slipknot/stone sour
Nick holmes Paradise lost
Alice cooper Solo
John lennon The beatles/solo
Roger waters Pink floyd
Hansi kursch Blind guardian
Kurt cobain Nirvana
Kai hanson Gamma ray/halloween
King diamond King diamond
Graham bonnet Rainbow/MSG/Alcatraz
Steve Perry Journey
Mick jagger Stones
Matthew barlow Iced earth
Mikael akerefldt Opeth

BANDS
Led Zeppelin
Metallica
Iron Maiden
AC/DC
Black Sabbath
Guns and Roses
Queen
Pink floyd
Def Leppard
Van halen
Kiss
The beatles
Deep purple
Dream theater
Rush
Judas priest
pantera
Motley crue
Slayer
Megadeath
The Who
The Rolling Stones
Aerosmith
Tool
Paradise lost
Bon Jovi
Alice in chains
Rainbow
Thin lizzy
Nirvana
Green Day
Slipknot
Whitesnake
Korn
Tourniquet
Rage against the machine
Doors
Alice cooper
Cradle of filth
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Limp bizkit
Death
Jethro tull
Trivium
Jimi hendrix experience
Queensryche
Avenged Sevenfold
Savatage
Blind guardian
Dio

LEAD GUITARISTS
Jimi Hendrix jimi hendrix experience
Jimmy Page Led zepp
Eddie Van Halen Van halen
Slash G n R/velvet revolver
Angus young AC/DC
kirk hammett Metallica
Dave murray Maiden
Adrian Smith Maiden
Dimebag Pantera
Ritchie blackmore Rainbow
Tony Iommi Black sabbath
John Petrucci Dream theater
Yngwie Malmsteen Alcatraz/solo
David Gilmour Pink floyd
Steve Vai Various/solo
Eric Clapton yardbirds/cream/solo
Randy rhodes Quiet riot/ozzy
Brian May Queen
Alex lifeson Rush
Zakk wylde Ozzy/BLS
Joe Satriani solo
Joe perry Aerosmith
Ace frehley Kiss
Kerry king slayer
Marty friedman Megadeath
Herman Li Dragonforce
gary moore Thin Lizzy/solo
Stevie ray vaughan Various/solo
Michael Schenker MSG
Phill collen Def leppard
George lynch Dokken
Glen tipton Judas priest
Dave mustaine Megadeath
Mick mars Motley crue
Michael angelo Nitro/solo
Michael wilton Queensryche
Vivian campbell Def leppard
Janick gers Maiden
steve clark Def leppard
Steve morse Deep purple
Andy laroque
Vito batta
Uli Jon roth Scorpions
Warren DeMartini Ratt
Andre olbrich Blind guardian
Frank zappa Zappa
Oz fox Stryper
Malcome young AC/DC
KK downing Judas priest
Jeff beck yardbirds/various



BASS PLAYERS
Steve harris Maiden
Cliff burton Metallica
John paul jones Led Zep
Flea RCHP
Geddy Lee rush
Geezer butler Black sabbath
John entwhistle Who
Les claypool Primus
Phil Lynott Thin lizzy
John myung Dream theater
Gene simmons Kiss
Billy sheenan Mr Big/various
Duff mckagan G n R Velvet/ Revolver
Rick savage Def leppard
Lemmy Motorhead
Paul McCartney The beatles
Roger waters Pink floyd
John deacon Queen
nicky stixx motley crue
Jason Newstead Metallica/supernova
Jack bruce Cream
Steve digigorgio Iced earth/Death/testament
David ellefson Megadeath/Avian
Michael anthony Van halen
Joey DeMaio Manowar
Robert trujillo various/metallica
Ian hill Judas priest
Marcus grosskopf Halloween
Chris squire yes
Tom araya slayer
james jamerson Funk brothers
Roger glover Rainbow
Rudy sarzo Various
hansi kurch Blind guardian
Justin chancellor Tool
Randy piper wasp
Guy pratt
Marco hietala Nightwish
Chris novosleic Nirvana/
Tony levin King crimson
Larry graham Sly & the family stone
Stefan olsdal Placebo
Steve edmondson
Chris walthamstow
Peter steele Type O neg
Victor wooten
Eddie jackson Queensryche
Mike inez
Sean malone
Jah wobble PIL

DRUMMERS
Jon Bonham Led zep
Neil peart Rush
Mike portnoy Dream theater
Nicko mcbrain Various/maiden
Dave lomabardo Slayer
Tommy Lee Motley crue
Keith Moon The who
Lars Ulrich Metallica
Joey jordison Slipknot
Rick allen Def leppard
Bill ward Black sabbath
Alex van halen van halen
Cozy Powell Various
Vinnie paul Pantera
Roger Taylor Queen
Scott travis Judas preist/racer x
Ian paice Deep purple/various
Nick mason Pink floyd
Clive burr Maiden/various
Dave Grohl Nirvana/QOTSA/Foos
Gene hoglan Various
Ted kirkpatrick Tourniquet
Robert sweet Stryper
Flo mounier Cryptopsy
Rob affuso Skid row
Micky dee Motorhead
Erick carr Kiss
Travis Barker Blink182/+44
Ringo starr Beatles
Aynsley Various
Greg d'angelo White lion/Anthrax
Ginger baker Cream
Scott rockenfield Queensryche
Phil rudd AC/DC
Tre Cool Green day
Danny carey Tool
Raymond herrera Fear Factory
Pete sandoval Morbid angel
Lee morris Paradise lost
Brann dailor Mastodon
matt sorum GnR/Velvet Revolver
Terry bozzio Zappa
Frost Satyricon
Charlie watts Stones
Tommy aldridge
Brad wilk R A T M
Dave MacKintosh Bal sagoth/ Dragonforce
eric singer Kiss/various
john tempesta Various
peter criss Kiss


Also, ich bin mehr als zufrieden :grin:
Wer nicht zufrieden ist, kann hier voten:
http://www.rockgods.threewayservices.com/

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Black Dog - 15.07.2007, 08:58

Auch hier kann man noch mitvoten:


Who is the Greatest Rock Guitarist of All Time? (Except Jimi Hendrix)

Jimmy Page 12.4%
Eric Clapton 11.4%
Stevie Ray Vaughn 7.0%
Eddie Van Halen 6.8%
Carlos Santana 6.3%
Kurt Cobain 4.8%
An Unlisted Girl 4.7%
Slash 4.4%
Angus Young 3.1%
Dick Dale 2.7%
David Gilmour 2.5%
Brian May 2.5%
Joe Satriani 2.3%
George Harrison 2.3%
Keith Richards 2.2%
Steve Vai 2.2%
Mark Knopfler 2.1%
Richie Sambora 1.8%
Randy Rhoads 1.6%
Jeff Beck 1.4%
Chuck Berry 1.3%
Frank Zappa 1.3%
Les Paul 1.2%
Ritchie Blackmore 1.2%
Zakk Wylde 1.0%
Tom Morello 0.9%
Kirk Hammett 0.9%
Robert Johnson 0.8%
Noel Gallagher 0.8%
Bo Diddly 0.8%
Joe Perry 0.8%
Chet Atkins 0.8%
Matt Bellamy 0.7%
Herman Li 0.7%
Mick Ronson 0.5%
Dickey Betts 0.4%
James Hetfield 0.4%
Steve Stevens 0.4%
John Prendo 0.3%
Randy Bachman 0.1%
Link Wray 0.1%

http://www.popculturemadness.com/Polls/Guitarist.html?poll_id=96&show_results=1

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Freddiebear - 15.07.2007, 12:12

Wow... Brian ist gar nicht mal soooooo weit hinten.

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Black Dog - 01.08.2007, 08:39

Jetzt kannst du Wow machen :lol:
Da wird sich jemand freuen ;-)
http://news.q4music.com/2007/07/the_20_greatest_guitar_solos.html


Und hier wird sich jemand ärgern...nämlich ich :twisted:
Wenn da Gibson sich nicht mal ein Eigentor geschossen hat :lol:
Aber zum Glück gibts ja dort Kommentare ;-)
http://www.gibson.com/Backstage%20Pass/200707/Les%20Paul%20Solos/

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Freddiebear - 01.08.2007, 17:16

Ha, der erste is cool. 8) :grin:
Ich glaube das Solo von Killer Queen ist ziemlich anspruchsvoll, da zweistimmig usw.

Das zweite na ja... Ich kenn da gar nicht alle.
How hight the moon von Les Paul und Mary Ford ist allerdings wirklich toll. :wink:

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Black Dog - 01.08.2007, 18:30

Von mir aus mögen sie ALLE toll sein...aber Jimmy weg zulassen ist einfach eine Frechheit :twisted:

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Freddiebear - 02.08.2007, 20:08

Na ja, ob da ALLE so toll sind. ^^
Nun ja... Jimmy war halt auch einer unter vielen. *anspielung beginn* Aber nimm das doch nicht so ernst, Wolfgang. :wink: :wink: :wink: *anspielung ende*

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Black Dog - 03.08.2007, 06:28

Ich nimm's auch nicht zu ernst.
Und wäre es irgendein Poll...dann wär's wurscht. Aber dieser ist von Gibson...das empfinde ich als undankbar. Jimmy hat indirekt sooo viel Werbung für die gemacht. Wie vielleicht kein anderer. Er ist doch schon ein Synonym für Gibson ;-) Er IST Gibson :lol:

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Freddiebear - 03.08.2007, 17:29

Die sind halt undankbar. Meuterei! :twisted: :wink:

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Black Dog - 04.08.2007, 07:58

Richtig! Boykott!!!
Ab heute kaufe ich keine Gibson-Gitarren mehr :lol:

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Freddiebear - 04.08.2007, 11:41

Hast du je welche gekauft? :lol:

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Black Dog - 04.08.2007, 14:37

Ständig ;-) :lol:

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Black Dog - 06.08.2007, 10:08

Gitarrensoli zum Niederknien
03. Aug 07:41


Rockstars alter und neuer Schule wurden gebeten, ihre Top 20 der besten Gitarrensongs zu wählen. «Stairway to Heaven» ist diesmal übrigens nicht mit dabei.
Prominente Gitarristen wie Jimmy Page von Led Zeppelin, Metallicas Kirk Hammett und Foo Fighters-Frontmann Dave Grohl haben entschieden: «Smoke on the Water» gehört nicht zu den beliebtesten Rocksongs der Profis. Auch der Led Zeppelin-Klassiker «Stairway to Heaven» oder Nirvanas «Smells like Teen Spirit» hatten bei der Abstimmung das Nachsehen, wie das britische Musikmagazin «Q» berichtet.

Doch zumindest Page muss nicht traurig sein: Er wurde für seinen Gitarrenpart in «Dazed and Confused» von Kollege Kirk Hammett zum «guitar hero» gekürt.
Und auch Grohl huldigt Led Zeppelin, indem er «Black Dog» zu seinem Favoriten zählte. Der Ex-Nirvana-Drummer betrachtet sein eigenes Können dabei eher nüchtern und gab zu, selbst von der Akkordfolge überfordert zu sein.

Page höchstselbst entschied sich für «Bye Bye Blues» von Rock'n'Roll-Legende Les Paul, nach dem das berühmte Gitarrenmodell benannt ist: «Les Paul war seiner Zeit weit voraus, er war wie ein Wissenschaftler», schwärmte der Musiker.

Rolling Stone und Teilzeit-Filmpirat Keith Richards wird vor allem von jüngeren Musikern verehrt. So umschreibt Andrew Stockdale von Wolfmother seinen persönlichen Helden mit folgenden Worten: «Er spielt wirklich sehr entspannt, mit diesem heroin-durchfluteten Gefühl.»

Hendrix würde auch von Palmen fallen

Ein anderer Nachwuchs-Rocker fragt sich indessen, wie es seinem persönlichen Gitarrengott Jimi Hendrix heute ergehen würde: «Ich schätze, er wäre wie Keith Richards, würde von Palmen fallen und so», sagt Luke Pritchard von The Kooks.

Rockmusik kann bekanntermaßen zu heftigen Gefühlsausbrüchen führen: Ein Musiker ist nach eigener Aussage sogar in Tränen ausgebrochen, nachdem er das Gitarrensolo von «Only in Dreams» der Indie-Band Weezer zum ersten Mal gehört habe: Russell Lissack, Gitarrist der Britrocker Bloc Party. (nz)



PS: Zep sind auf Platz 1 und Platz 2
:grin:
Mit Black Dog und D+C

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Black Dog - 06.08.2007, 10:24

Hier die Top Ten:

Friday August 3, 06:00 PM
'Led Zeppelin' top greatest guitar tracks poll with two songs

By ANI

London, Aug. 3 (ANI): Two songs by rock legends 'Led Zeppelin' have topped a poll of greatest guitar tracks of all time.

The chart of the 20 greatest guitar tracks was chosen by famous axemen, including Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page.

Ronnie Wood of 'The Rolling Stones', Dave Grohl of the 'Foo Fighters', and Andy Summers from 'The Police' were the other judges to have a say in the compilation of the list.

"This 20 greatest list is, we feel, the definitive one, since it's not been determined by a bunch of musically-challenged hacks, but by more than able guitarists, people of the standing of Jimmy Page and Ronnie Wood," the Mirror quoted Q editor Paul Rees as saying.

"If they don't know what they're talking about, no one does," Rees added.

Top 10 greatest guitar tracks are:

1 Black Dog - Led Zeppelin

2 Dazed and Confused - Led Zeppelin

3 Little Wing - Jimi Hendrix

4 A Woman in Winter - The Skids

5 Guitar Shuffle - Big Bill Broonzy

6 And Your Bird Can Sing - The Beatles

7 The End - The Beatles

8 Only In Dreams - Weezer

9. Limeh'se Blues - Dja Reinhardt

10 Bye Bye Blues - Les Paul and Mary Ford (ANI)

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Freddiebear - 06.08.2007, 12:59

Is ja cool.

Sogar die Beatles sind dabei.
Ich mag George Harrison wirklich auch sehr gerne und finde auch nicht, dass er ein "schlechter" Gitarrist oder so ist.
Und "The End" is aber auch cool. Da wechseln sich mit den Gitarren allerdings Paul, George und John ab. :grin:

Und Les Paul scheint ja auch echt gut zu sein. Ich glaube, ich muss mir mal was von dem besorgen.

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Black Dog - 06.08.2007, 16:53

Und Django Reinhardt sollte man vielleicht auch mal besser kennen lernen 8)

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Black Dog - 07.08.2007, 06:20

Stylus Magazine’s 50 Greatest Rock Drummers


50. Rat Scabies

In pretty much any other band Rat Scabies would have stood out a mile. For a start, he’s called “Rat Scabies.” But when you’re lining up next to a guy named Captain Sensible, who alternates between dressing in a tutu, a huge furry jumper and a bright red beret, all bets are off. That’s before you’ve even considered that spooky bloke who looks like a vampire. Battling against anonymity and tinny production, Rat’s deceptively ramshackle sound propels the early Damned albums at near-ludicrous speeds with a series of rattling fills, flourishes and a whole lot of furious pounding. If the band’s bursts of untethered hyperactivity are thrilling heists at the heart of punk, Scabies’ drumming is the getaway car.

The Best Of…
“Stab Yor Back”
“So Messed Up”
“Machine Gun Etiquette”
[Peter Parrish]

49. Damon Che

Rarely has math sounded so fun. Back in the mid ‘90s, Damon Che went around American giving advanced calculus lessons, while his unruly bubblegum chewing mates swirled guitar tendrils around his high-energy kit work. How good was Che? Oftentimes, Caballero’s songs used the guitars as the rhythm, allowing Che to show off his wares properly. Che did that and more so during Don Caballero’s live shows: he wreaked havoc that was lovingly detailed in an infamous Chunklet article, which only foreshadowed his even crazier tour story (abandoning his new band, Bellini, after an Athens show in 2004). They say that great art comes from madness. Something tells me that Che’s got at least a little bit of both.

The Best Of…
“Details on How to Get ICEMAN on Your License Plate”
“Stupid Puma”
“Delivering The Groceries At 138 Beats Per Minute”
[Todd Burns]

48. Janet Weiss

Sleater-Kinney are a guitar band, right? But check out the way Janet Weiss often handles the rhythmic thrust of the bass as well as the drums, or the way her casually shape-shifting parts switch from filigree to stomp in an instant. On tracks like “Rollercoaster” she sounds like she’s eating up the track (and not just because of distortion), and for a band that often specialized in one speed and one speed only she was shockingly adept at switching things up—she gave their songs personality at least as much as Brownstein and Tucker did. Without ever distracting from the straightforward pulse of the songs she diverted them into more interesting directions than seemed possible.

The Best Of…
“One Song for You”
“Rollercoaster”
“Oh!”
[Ian Mathers]

47. Brian Chase

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs were the strangest of the garage-rock revivalists, and though their concealed artiness is often attributed to guitarist Nick Zinner, Brian Chase has taken the band down paths as brambly. The shivering hi-hats that are as central to “Phenomena”‘s riff as Zinner’s sour guitar; the gallop in “Y Control” that becomes a twisting backbone; even the straightforward shuffle guiding the otherwise nebulous “Way Out”—Chase is at once the band’s anchor and the catalyst for their least anchored moments. And his own evolution is tied tightly to the band’s—from bleeding, fuzzy punk to a rambling, stuttering thing that laps at the edge of folk-rock.

The Best Of…
“Phenomena”
“Y Control”
“Way Out”
[Theon Weber]

46. Billy Cobham

Fusion drumming—a mix of Army boom-bah and jazz finesse—is Billy Cobham’s stock in trade. And as its apostle, Cobham deals in slow blasts and easy rolls, copped from early sessions with Horace Silver and honed under Miles Davis; and sometimes in frenetic pumps, providing the star-eating pulse of the Mahavishnu Orchestra. He went solo with Spectrum and kinged himself with his off-the-handle combination of British spitfire and jazz alchemy. Like every recording he’s done, it has Billy Cobham doing what Billy Cobham does best: drumming at the high water mark, all skittering sparks and fireball demolitions, with the ease of a tapdancer.

The Best Of…
“The Noonward Race”
“Vital Transformation”
“Stratus”
[Dan Denorch]

45. Lol Tolhurst / Boris Williams

You could easily look at the switch between the Cure’s two definitive drummers as the fulcrum between the two phases of their career. Lol Tolhurst’s drumming was tight, economical, and unembellished, guiding the Cure through their post-punk and goth years with his crisp and dark playing, but by the mid-’80s, the band was moving on to bigger and better things, and brought on Boris Williams to fill in as Lol became increasingly unreliable. Williams’ drum work, pronounced, thundering and anthemic, was just what the band needed for the epic and commercially viable musical statements they’d make for the rest of the decade, through the early ‘90s. Then they brought on some other guy, and no one cared about the band again. Coincidence?

The Best Of…
“10:15 Saturday Night” (Lol Tolhurst)
“A Forest” (Lol Tolhurst)
“Just Like Heaven” (Boris Williams)
“Closedown” (Boris Williams)
[Andrew Unterberger]

44. Grant Hart

Because of the embarrassingly thin production on Hüsker Dü albums, Grant Hart’s drums tend to get deemphasized in the mix. However, even through those piercing guitars, there’s no way to ignore those blinding fills after every bar, the reliance on the ride cymbal, and his odd ability to keep up with the beat even though he’s playing behind it. Then you realize, “Wait? He’s singing those songs!” Being able to match the intensity of your drumming to the intensity of your singing to the intensity of your own WORDS THAT YOU WROTE!? How many drummers can say they do that? I’ll bet you can count ‘em with one finger.

The Best Of…
“I Apologize”
“Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill”
“Every Everything”
[Tal Rosenberg]

43. Hal Blaine

Boom, boom boom, BOOM! Boom, boom boom, BOOM! If the only record Hal Blaine had ever played on was “Be My Baby”, that would still be a sufficient enough qualification for inclusion to the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame. Hal Blaine didn’t just play on one great record, though, he played on over 30. “Good Vibrations,” “Strangers in the Night,” “Bridge over Troubled Water,” “Da Doo Ron Ron,” “California Dreamin’,” the list goes on and on. Blaine’s greatness as a drummer lay not in the sounds that he made, but rather what sounds he knew he didn’t have to make. Just listen to Pet Sounds one more time, and you’ll know exactly what that means.

The Best Of…
“Be My Baby”
“Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In”
“River Deep – Mountain High”
[Andrew Casillas]

42. Gary Young

There’s some footage of Gary Young at an early Pavement concert where he jumps off his drum throne and just sorta falls into the kit. He was trying to start the song with some flair and he failed. So he gets up and tries again. He knocks some shit over. Drunken stunts basically got him fired, yeah, but in a lot of ways, the tumble was Young’s aesthetic contribution: endless, shuffling fills that fell in time with the swing of Malkmus’s post-collegiate mop or Malkmus and Scott Kannenberg’s thin, wooly guitars. But Pavement pretty much invented the immaculate shamble, and even though Young’s syncopations threatened to derail every other song, he was ultimately the catalyst—a blazed juggernaut in a room full of shy longhairs.

The Best Of…
“Lions (Linden)”
“Conduit for Sale”
“So Stark (You’re a Skyscraper)”
[Mike Powell]

41. Ziggy Modeliste

With his intricate timing and cracking snare, Ziggy Modeliste’s syncopated rhythms didn’t just mark time, they made time strut. The drummer of the most underrated funk act in history, the Meters, his style defined the modern beat of New Orleans, and his influence is still felt in funk and hip-hop today. And while Ziggy Modeliste will never be a household name, the public knows his work. You see, that’s his drum beat being sampled on Amerie’s “1 Thing,” probably the greatest R&B song of the past quarter century. Not bad for a guy whose band broke up thirty years ago.

The Best Of…
“Cissy Strut”
“Oh, Calcutta!”
“Ride Your Pony”
[Andrew Casillas]

40. Mik Glaisher

Mik Glaisher is probably most famous (if “famous” can be applied to anything the underappreciated Comats did) for setting up his kit outside an open elevator shaft on the fourth floor of the recording studio during the Sleep No More sessions. Microphones placed above and below this point picked up various levels of drum-related ambience, which were then skillfully mixed and incorporated onto the album. The result is spectacular—to the extent that Glaisher’s booming, oppressive sounds guide the vast majority of the record down an even more harrowing path than usual. Largely eschewing any flashy exhibitionism, his walloping beats provide the crucial backbone to a body of work which struggles, by degrees, with anxiety, turmoil, and insecurity.

The Best Of…
“Gone”
“Ju Ju Money”
“Eye of the Lens”
[Peter Parrish]

39. Tony Allen

If Fela Kuti is credited with inventing Afro-Beat, it was Tony Allen that primed its polyrhythmic heart. One visit to America and one souvenir—the influence of James Brown’s “funky drummers”—was all Allen needed to transform the highlife jazz he was playing previously into the colorfully tribal pop of Afrika 70 (the band he directed with Kuti at the helm). Backboned by a strict conversation between bass drum and conga, the group’s colossal jams never followed a straight line thanks to Allen’s use of limb independence—another arm and leg was always flailing into labyrinthine improvisations. Still active, his distinct percussive language has yet to be translated in modern music, though valiant attempts have been made by de novo-afro outfits such as Antibalas and Nomo.

The Best Of…
“Zombie”
“Ise Nle”
“Nature Springs”
[Kevin J. Elliott]

38. Igor Cavalera

If Sepultura’s discography had ended at Arise, Igor Cavalera would have cemented a reputation as one of thrash metal’s most adept, yet tasteful drummers. However, on the Brazilian band’s next two albums, Chaos A.D. and Roots, he literally went deep into the jungle. Cavalera collaborated with the Xavantes tribe, mixing hand drums and berimbau with thundering bass drums and hip hop-inspired grooves. The results pissed off purists, but gave Sepultura a uniquely Brazilian flavor. As the band declined following the departure of Igor’s brother Max, his incisive rhythms kept Sepultura from flat-out sucking. To this day, the post-solo fill in “Territory” remains one of metal’s most memorable.

The Best Of…
“Territory”
“Breed Apart”
“Repeating the Horror”
[Cosmo Lee]

37. Jeremiah Green

Modest Mouse has built a career out of music that sounds like it’s on the brink of falling apart, but importantly, it never collapses into the threatened hodgepodge. Jeremiah Green’s drumming gathers the mess of howling vocals and scrabbling guitars and focuses it into something approaching pop music. His rhythms can be as unkempt and intricate as the music they underpin (the rolling shuffle of “Grey Ice Water,” or the stumbling clatter of “Truckers Atlas,” for instance), but they are always strong enough to bolster the momentum of even the most meandering tracks. And when presented with a genuine groove, like the lean, funky “Tiny Cities Made of Ashes,” he forces the band to march in lockstep behind him.

The Best Of…
“Tiny Cities Made of Ashes”
“Dashboard”
“Truckers Atlas”
[Jonathan Bradley]

36. John Densmore

No great drummer was more patient than John Densmore. Steeped in improvisatory jazz, Densmore was always too wise to overpower the Doors’ drugged dirges, keeping clockwork time until pouncing at the right moment with a perfect pounding rain of hard drums. The leading cliché states that the drummer is the backbone of every good band. Densmore, rather, was the Doors’ heart: the only thing stopping them from appearing on every toothpaste commercial, the only one willing to stand up to Morrison’s drunken nonsensical tirades, the only one that could really Play. (One listen to “The End” will prove Densmore’s dynamic mastery.) Oh yeah, did I mention he did this all without a bassist?

The Best Of…
“The End”
“When the Music’s Over”
“The Wasp, Texas Radio and the Big Beat”
[Jeff Weiss]

35. Hugo Burnham

Funny thing about fascism, communism, and, well, any –ism for that matter. Someone has to do the heavy lifting. Hugo Burnham made Gang Of Four’s trains run on time. His bass drum is the concrete underneath the spiraling, escalating bass lines. His splashes the exclamations filling the rests on post-punk classics like “Glass.” His snares carry the band’s proletariat pulse. In the rare moment of slow down in GoF’s catalogue (“A Hole In The Wallet”) you can hear the true nature of his gift: a mathematical, scientific mind (and wrists) that ticks off snares and bass kicks like a supercomputer.

The Best Of…
“To Hell With Poverty”
“Not Great Men”
“Glass”
[Evan McGarvey]

34. Zach Hill

With the amount of music technology available today, the art of the band rehearsal has become less and less prominent. However, I can’t imagine Zach Hill and Spencer Seim, the duo who make up Hella, doing anything other than rehearsing in their spare time. Their hyperactive brand of stop/start math-rock winds through complex time signatures with an instinctual connection as tight as any orchestra. Hill is suitably manic and hard in his drumming, and has enough speed and short cymbal attacks to keep up with most speedy punk or metal bands. But the marvel of listening to him is his innate connection with Seim. If you just listened to the drum parts of any Hella record, you’d think it was a six minute freestyle drum solo. Listening to the full version, you can hear the fruits of two people who know exactly what each other are doing, right down to the fourth accented 32nd note in the fifth minute.

The Best Of…
“Biblical Violence”
“Who Ray”
“Republic of Rough and Ready”
[Michael F. Gill]

33. Steve Shelley

As it happens, between the time I was assigned this blurb and its due date, I saw Sonic Youth live—and notably, about half of the time no one was singing, the venue’s video screens showed Shelley behind his kit. I knew his percussive prowess, sure; I’ve been a fan for some 20 years and this was my third time seeing SY. But I hadn’t realized just how purely aggressive he can be. That said, much of his most interesting work is on the more subtle side—and especially when he’s playing alongside bassist Kim Gordon, against Thurston Moore and Lee Ranaldo. Don’t be fooled by his mild-mannered appearance; Shelley is Sonic Youth’s stealth weapon.

The Best Of…
“Silver Rocket”
“Dirty Boots”
“Incinerate”
[Thomas Inskeep]

32. Reni

Years ago I had dozens of Roses bootlegs—hideously recorded and overlaid with Ian Brown’s “erratic” vocals, many of them were redeemed purely by Reni’s liquid pulse, which tied not just songs but whole sets together. The paucity of material on which he plays is a tragedy, but it also probably contributes to his mystique. Reni’s laconic style, typified by an off-beat shuffle and perfectly placed fills, and often played on a minimal three-piece kit, was always funky, always soulful, and seldom egotistical. With backing vocals as accomplished as his paradiddles, there hasn’t been a British “indie” drummer close to his skills in over a decade.

The Best Of…
“Waterfall”
“Something’s Burning”
“I Am the Resurrection”
[Nick Southall]

31. Jim Eno

Jim Eno would have made a great Charlie Watts double for a Stones tribute band. A fool might call him the least obtrusive drummer ever: even his slack backbeat sounds borrowed, and he barely plays on a swathe of recent Spoonerisms. The slackness is a sly deception—Eno falls metronomically behind the beat, a yang counterpoint to the yin of Daniel’s straight-quaver strum and rhythmic palimpsests. His absences constrict the songs to their constituent elements, giving sound nowhere to hide. I imagine Eno with Eastwoodian taciturnity, saying all he means by merely squinting his eyes and spitting on the sheriff’s shoes. We townspeople don’t know who he is, but he sure cleaned up that song.

The Best Of…
“The Beast and Dragon Adored”
“Small Stakes”
“The Underdog”
[Andrew Iliff]

30. Clyde Stubblefield

Clyde Stubblefield didn’t have the luxury afforded to most of the individuals on this list of being the only or even the clear primary drummer linked to a particular band. Just another irreproachable but apparently interchangeable cog in James Brown’s indefatigable funk machine. Stub’s spot could quite conceivably have gone to Jabo Starks (also pictured above) or even Melvin Parker, until you remember it was Stubblefield who set the cocksure pace for “Cold Sweat,” and who gave the irresistibly lascivious “Mother Popcorn” its herky-jerk leer. More than anything and everything, however, he gave us “Funky Drummer,” the most famous, oft-duplicated break of them all, as epochal a moment as pop music has ever witnessed.

The Best Of…
“Funky Drummer”
“Cold Sweat”
“Say it Loud (I’m Black and I’m Proud)”
[Josh Love]

29. Brendan Canty

If Brendan Canty’s always seem a bit disconnected from Ian MacKaye and Guy Picciotto’s passion pursuits, it’s because he plays the role of darting gremlin so well. Picciotto shifts right, Canty shoots left; Joe Lally lays back, he spasms for the gas pedal; MacKaye chugs and he patters. The amplifiers feed back and Canty grinds his teeth on quarter-note tom hits. That sort of thing. During Fugazi’s best moments, Canty doesn’t so much push them forward as circle around them, adding angles to their 2-D string shearing. That Canty also supplies song ideas is no surprise; the line between drummer and sonic architect is stitched into dude’s back jean pocket.

The Best Of…
“Repeater”
“Cassavetes”
“Full Disclosure”
[Andrew Gaerig]

28. Al Jackson, Jr.

Dust and rimshots. Note how adeptly Al Jackson, Jr. met the demands of the era. As one-third of Stax’s house band Booker T & the MG’s, he was super-steady whether creating the groove (innumerable samples later, “Green Onions” and “Time Is Tight” still retain their charm) or at the beck and call of a master singer. On “Pain in My Heart,” he seemed to press Otis Redding’s tortured croon a little closer; on (“Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay” Jackson rolled and tumbled as carefree as Redding’s whistle. Jackson’s work on the luminous songs of Al Green (many of which he co-wrote) remains his best. He’s a bit behind the beat on “I’m Still in Love With You” but at his thunderous best on “Love and Happiness.” As for the dust, that’s how Jackson developed the signature drum sound of the seventies—don’t clean your kit (David Bowie figured out the secret on Low). If you want rimshots, listen to Green’s “Your Love Is the Morning Sun,” on which Jackson tap-taps with an urgency that’s the musical correlative of Green’s love.

The Best Of…
“Time Is Tight”
“(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay”
“Love and Happiness”
[Alfred Soto]

27. Yoshimi P-We

As the Boredoms have lost the bonehead thrash that begat their early infamy, they’ve revealed a startling taste for rhythm. Essential to eYe’s b0rked trance-Kraut is lead drummer Yoshimi’s hypnotic John Bonham drum attack. Despite the apparent simplicity of her preferred style (hit it real fucking hard, real fucking fast), the managerial cool with which she leads the multi-drummer touring band and the pan-ethnic cadences she elicits from them reveal the genius of her aesthetic. It’s helped make the Boredoms one of the most intriguing rhythmic groups of the last twenty five years. During the Bore’s long hiatuses, Yoshimi engages in side-projects like raga group Psycho-Baba and her own band OOIOO, where she sings, plays guitar, and (of course) plays all-time rhythmic music director.

The Best Of…
“Jungle Taitei”
“(Circle)”
“Mountain Book”
[Mike Orme]

26. Ringo Starr

Enough already. So what if Ringo didn’t carry himself as a Serious Artist a la his three Beatles bandmates? When you’re playing on epochal work, you can’t hog the spotlight. Let’s say that Ringo had an unerring instinct for how to serve material. He and Paul McCartney, as even John Lennon acknowledged in 1980, made an extraordinary rhythm section: inspired by Macca’s loping bass on “Rain,” he unleashes an inspired valedictory rat-tat-tat as dizzying as the backwards Lennon vocals that follow it; the late-period “Come Together” shows how well he could build a groove from the ground up. In art, as in life, Ringo also loved taking the piss: the primitive fills punctuating each self-important verse of Lennon’s on “A Day in the Life”; his fevered bashing on Paul’s “Helter Skelter.” Besides stunning us with several excellent solo singles, he also did an expert imitation of a metronome on Lennon’s Plastic Ono Band. No wonder he was one of Maureen “Moe” Tucker’s favorites.

The Best Of…
“Ticket to Ride”
“Rain”
“Come Together”
[Alfred Soto]

25. Levon Helm

Working with The Band, Levon Helm resisted showing off, allowing the song to take precedence over his drumming. That’s not to say he merely fit into the piece; instead, he found subtle ways to guide his group’s performances. “Up on Cripple Creek,” for example hinges on the hit on three, which Helm pairs with a softer tap on the one for the chorus, but three quick bumps for the verses. The groove gives the song its funk and adds a country feel without going into either genre (demonstrating the kind of multi-genre approach Helm and bandmates took so well). A master technician, Helm did exactly what he needed for each cut, creating stunning work out of ostensibly simple rhythms.

The Best Of…
“Up on Cripple Creek”
“Don’t Do It”
“Stage Fright”
[Justin Cober-Lake]

24. Jimmy Chamberlin

If there was any good to come out Zeitgeist’s attempts to reimagine the Smashing Pumpkins as full-time heavy metal machines, it’s the possibility that fans not only dusted off their well-worn copies of Siamese Dream, but also the embryonic Gish and the maligned yet still unquestionably majestic Mellon Collie double platter. A decade later, it’s even more impressive that the author of modern rock’s finest and most frequent drum fills was given free reign under the everlasting gaze of its most tyrannical frontman. The ultimate testament to Chamberlin: the quintessential guitar records of the ‘90s are just as fun to pound out on the dashboard.

The Best Of…
“Cherub Rock,”
“Geek U.S.A.”
“Set the Ray to Jerry”
[Ian Cohen]

23. Bill Bruford

Pick a mega-successful progressive rock group from the 70s and British skins-thumper Bill Bruford has probably played with them. After laying down his meticulous chops for Yes in the early 70s, Bruford had stints with Gong and Genesis as a touring drummer. However, it’s Bruford’s time in King Crimson that defines not only his career, but his musical growth. In the band, Bruford was initially tutored by avant-garde percussionist Jamie Muir, who extended Bruford’s understanding of the avant-jazz polyrhythms that have become his signature. During Crimso’s Discipline era of the 80s, Bruford would endure heavy musical prodding by Robert Fripp over his cymbal usage. Under duress, Bruford evolved his playing style into a deeper register, a mid-career evolution that illustrates Bruford’s open-mindedness and his sheer musicality.

The Best Of…
“Roundabout”
“One More Red Nightmare”
“Thela Hun Ginjeet”
[Mike Orme]

22. Neil Peart

Fusing the bombast of the sixties with the hair-splitting precision of Buddy Rich, Neil Peart has become the node through which all modern rock drummers pass. With Rush, he cut a taut, expansive sound—big enough for spaceships, objectivist allegories, and the virtuosity of Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson—without sacrificing complexity or clarity. His solos are big enough to warrant their own track on live recordings: between his armada of drums, cymbals, and other percussive bric-a-brac, Peart forges all kinds of technical knots, spews locomotive intensity, and keeps time (in every imaginable signature). He’s cited universally among drummers as a key influence. And, as if that wasn’t enough, he wrote the lyrics too.

The Best Of…
“YYZ”
“La Villa Strangiato”
“O Baterista”
[Dan Denorch]

21. Larry Mullen, Jr.

From the militaristic drums of War, to the bombastic stadium bluster of Joshua Tree, to the electronic experiments found on later albums, Larry Mullen’s rhythmic style has always been integral to U2’s chameleonic career. A competent and complementary drummer, Mullen’s style is subtle; a balanced backdrop to Bono’s broad histrionics. As textural as he is tectonic, Mullen’s mixed background (marching bands and jazz) melded to provide U2 a vast percussive range. It’s a basis upon which they’ve built their varied career, his style segueing seamlessly from post-punk to stadium rock to ambient soundscapes with ease. And while he may not be the most technically proficient drummer, he’s proven, over the past 30 years, to be one of the most pertinent.

The Best Of…
“Sunday Bloody Sunday”
“Gloria”
“Bad”
[Kevin Pearson]

20. Bill Berry

R.E.M. managed to carry on after Bill Berry departed the group, but only once they’d severely remade themselves. Few drummers are as vital to their band as Berry was to his and even fewer proved their worth in such a modest way. Neither glorious pounder nor master of intricacy, Berry’s true talent is in complementing perfectly the inscrutable melodies conjured by his band mates. Other drummers could have played Berry’s role—and others now do—but none have his Goldilocks feel for the music: never too hard or too soft, too complex or too basic. R.E.M. started life as an upbeat dance band, and Berry never abandoned those roots. Perhaps that’s why so much alternative rock seems plodding in comparison.

The Best Of…
“Harborcoat”
“Orange Crush”
“How the West Was Won and Where It Got Us”
[Jonathan Bradley]

19. Joe Easley

The Plan might’ve remained another batch of Fugazi-loving basement heroes from D.C. if not for jazzy madman Easley’s 1997 arrival. His manic, accidental-sounding clatter helped the band hit upon a hormonal, angular thrash to match Travis Morrison’s wry observations about Santa and scenesters. Known to sport shooting-range earphones onstage to protect himself from his own abilities, Easley experimented with his range as the band’s sound broadened. Grinding the toms like a witch doctor on “Girl O’Clock,” or cheating “Gyroscope” out of every sixteenth beat, he helped the band worm their way through strange time signatures and drum ‘n’ bass experiments that most indie bands won’t risk anymore. His playing was so airborne it’s only fitting he now studies aerospace engineering.

The Best Of…
“Girl O’Clock”
“Gyroscope”
“The Other Side”
[Dan Weiss]

18. Mitch Mitchell

The hunched, elfin, Moe-Tucker-in-drag appearance lovingly embraced by Mitch Mitchell never jived with the man’s slobber-jawed, whirlwind style behind the kit. A polyrhythmic fetishist and apparent admirer of classic Coltrane quartet drummer, Elvin Jones, Mitchell reveled in Hendrix’ indifference to his implied role as traditional time-keeper. While his guitarted frontman simultaneously erected and razed sonic structures, Mitchell was urged to play in their rubble, filling in great gaping voids where six-string monoliths once stood. When he wasn’t left to his own devices, he was summoning up great, tidal grooves for Hendrix and bassist Noel Redding to surf upon. “Manic Depression,” with its ride/snare/tom-tom combination, is the supercharged jazzbo’s 3/3 time, resurrected and quickly killed off, drowned in Hendrix’ magma wake. Mitchell’s best was arguably his least busy; the hi-hat/snare staccato that stabs through “If Six Was Nine” are offset by minute—but roof-rattling—fills that steady in auto-pilot propulsion.

The Best Of…
“Manic Depression”
“If Six Was Nine”
“Crosstown Traffic”
[Stewart Voegtlin]

17. Bill Ward

A true fucking bloke. Despite Ward’s predilection towards swilling proper lager and chomping pills, he effortlessly managed to create a minimally Cro-Magnon, but brutally complex palette for Heavy Metal drummers to come. Ward was a groove guy from the start, whether casually—and beautifully—propelling Black Sabbath through “N.I.B.” or accenting Tony Iommi’s serpentine string-work on “The Wizard,” he always returned to the coital thrust of Big B Beat. When he gets going, thrashing and thundering, there’s nothing quite like it; lend ears to “Children of the Grave,” “Supernaut,” or “Symptom of the Universe,” all timeless takes on titanic locomotion. These are the sounds of ocean liner’s innards, of gears and pistons and thousands of pounds of steam coated metal brought into being to churn, churn away. The counterpoint, of course, is the lot of Ward’s fills, which sound a lot like the lot of Ringo Starr’s, but leadened with Laudanum and cheap wine. They fall anticlimactically and stupidly thud; single strikes upon a taut skin—perfectly described by Arch-Drude Julian Cope as Bibles thrown down flights of stairs.

The Best Of…
“Children of the Grave”
“The Wizard”
“Trashed”
[Stewart Voegtlin]

16. Ginger Baker

Peter Baker, a Londoner with ginger hair, was best known as a jazz drummer trapped inside the body of a blues rocker. He took that possession on when he replaced Charlie Watts in Alexis Corner’s Blues Inc. in 1962, and through the Graham Bond Organization, Cream, and Blind Faith he remained ensconced, sneaking jazzy flashes that rock audiences could understand into enormously powerful sets. His remarkable dexterity with each limb gave him a stamina and variety worthy of two “normal” drummers, and enabled the first extended (13 minutes) drum solo on a rock record, in “Toad.” And as Bonzo was carrying Bakers heavy rock crown towards metallic bases, Baker went back to his jazzy roots by collaborating with a little-known Nigerian called Fela. Not bad for a ginger.

The Best Of…
“Tales of Brave Ulysses”
“Toad”
“Ye Ye De Smell”
[Ally Brown]

15. Klaus Dinger

An inspiration to insane looking motherfuckers who only play one beat the world over, Dinger left a young Kraftwerk in 1971 to make records of varying commercial success with Neu! and then La Düsseldorf. The latter provided a punk-inflected take on Neu!’s austere, hypnotic krautrock, but Dinger’s pounding motorik beat was the constant factor throughout, underpinning both bands with a kind of bloody-minded, obsessive repetition. He nevertheless managed to adapt this simplistic approach to different tempos and moods, whether the ear-rending menace of “Negativland,” the batshit, spittle-flecked ecstasy at the resolution of “Hero”, or the spaced-out stateliness of “Für Immer” (“Forever”)—a song that appears to actually want to go on forever, summarising the whole glorious enterprise perfectly.

The Best Of…
“Hero”
“Für Immer”
“Geld”
[Fergal O’Reilly]

14. Glen Kotche

While a dynamic performer on stage, Glenn Kotche (most notably of Wilco) stands out especially in the studio. Kotche restrains himself to the hits he needs, but he still innovates. Using little flourishes instead of excessive fills, he makes his parts complex without complicated the song. He does more than just play the perfect rhythms, however; he also finds the perfect sounds to match the tenor of the music, whether by knowing when to shift a groove from tom to snare or by choosing one of his own percussion inventions. Kotche—a student of drum performance and non-rock traditions—combines knowledge, technical skill, and unobtrusive experimentation to turn good songs into amazing performances.

The Best Of…
“I Am Trying to Break Your Heart”
“War on War”
“Company in My Back”
[Justin Cober-Lake]

13. Tony Thompson

Tony Thompson hit the drums hard—he was easily Dave Grohl’s equal in that regard. What made him different from Grohl was precision; Thompson was just as capable of the lightest touch (such as on Chic’s “At Last I Am Free”) as he was the “BOOM BOOM CHAKA-CHAKA BOOM” (courtesy Alfred Soto) with which he opened the Power Station’s “Some Like It Hot.” He was never flashy, but always did just enough to make you take notice, complementing those he played with rather than overshadowing them. It didn’t hurt, either, that in Chic he had the brilliant tandem of Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards as his foils.

The Best Of…
“At Last I Am Free”
“My Feet Keep Dancing”
“Some Like It Hot”
[Thomas Inskeep]

12. Chris Frantz

Chris Frantz, like everyone in the Talking Heads, sounded best when he blended in, so singling him out might be missing the point. Most of the time, he played in an unflappable 4/4 with the flair of white rice. Fills usually came as a militaristic series of eighth notes—no power, no polyrhythm, no ass. Then again, turning stiffness into funk was the Heads’ greatest achievement as Young White Folks. Where James Brown urged to give the drummer some, Franz said Hey no thanks, smiled dumbly, and soldiered on, a forehead-smacking force for the entire percussive endeavor.

The Best Of…
“Found a Job”
“Born Under Punches”
“Burning Down the House”
[Mike Powell]

11. Dave Lombardo

No life is complete without hearing Dave Lombardo’s kick drums live. Others may play faster or more precisely, but no one else turns twin Tamas into such unstoppable cannons. Quite simply, Lombardo moves air. While other metal drummers slave away to click tracks, “the godfather of double bass” pushes the beat, tossing in unpredictable fills and generally approximating a hellbound train about to jump the tracks. But Lombardo never loses control of Slayer’s war machine. Any metal drummer worth his salt should be able to air-drum Reign in Blood in its entirety, so iconic are its fills. Lombardo’s also gotten artsy in collaborations with Mike Patton and DJ Spooky; evil has no boundaries, indeed.

The Best Of…
“Angel of Death”
“Raining Blood”
“War Ensemble”
[Cosmo Lee]

10. Bernard Purdie

You done it Aretha Franklin, Nina Simone, Roberta Flack, Donny Hathaway, James Brown, Lloyd Price, Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra, Barry Manilow, Dionne Warwick, the Animals, the Monkees, the Beatles, BB King, Alan Jackson, Steely Dan, Hall & Oates, Miles Davis, Cat Stevens, Dizzy Gillespie, Marvin Gaye, Al Cooper, Guru, Joe Cocker, Isaac Hayes, Herbie Mann, Percy Sledge, King Curtis, Gladys Knight, Jackson Five, Louis Armstrong, Paul Simon, Pee Wee Ellis, Cornell Dupree, Brook Benton, Hank Crawford, Gato Barbieri, and many more. You done hired the hitmaker Bernard “Pretty” Purdie.

The Best Of…
“Deacon Blues”
“Sex Machine”
“Theme From Shaft”
[Todd Burns]

09. Moe Tucker

In an ecosystem of Alpha geniuses and predators (Cale, Reed), someone has to play the chimera. She walked erect (played standing up over an upturned bass drum, no real splashes or cymbals). She chose mallets over sticks. She ditched the band (well, she was pregnant) right as they readied their most accessible album, Loaded, for FM dials. And whether it was the low tidal thump of “I’m Set Free” or the invisible, guiding wall of percussion on “Run Run Run,” Maureen Tucker took on whatever shapes and rhythmic paths the environment around her needed. Let the dreamy genius have the sky, in the Velvets world Mo was the earthmover.

The Best Of…
“I’m Set Free”
“The Gift”
“Sister Ray”
[Evan McGarvey]

08. Stewart Copeland

The question posed, Copeland was unexpectedly the only drummer for whom I nursed an abiding passion greater than my affection for his band. I even want to hear his Orchestralli album—a tribute to Copeland’s melodic and paradoxical playing, a light touch with a deeply-scored groove, a sparse meter studded with gnarled and beguiling fills. Case in point: “Walking on the Moon” is scarcely more than two bass notes, a single guitar chord and Copeland’s moonstruck meditation on weightlessness. He is drawn back to earth in the chorus, a brief dutiful shuffle in almost-straight time; but then his gate extends again—long, tiptoe-grazing strides, silhouetted in bright stars—and he launches back into the unexpectedly welcoming embrace of a cartwheeling cosmos.

The Best Of…
“Walking on the Moon”
“Truth Hits Everybody” (Live)
“Tulsa Tango”
[Andrew Iliff]

07. Topper Headon

He played “Rock the Casbah” practically by himself, popularized a drum style that’s everywhere (see: “Train in Vain”) and, via his heroin addiction, put the first nail in the coffin of the Only Band That Mattered. Headon’s legacy isn’t as clear as most due to the fact that the Clash used Terry Chimes (no slouch himself) before and after his tenure, but his chemistry with the other three was far superior and he could switch from outright punk sprints to funk, reggae and jazzier forms without blinking. You needed a drummer this good to make the protean genre play of albums like London Calling and Sandinista! work, and in that respect he never let us down.

The Best Of…
“I Fought the Law” (Live)
“Rock the Casbah”
“This is Radio Clash”
[Ian Mathers]

06. Dave Grohl

Grohl fronts his own band, but he’s got the resume of a burgeoning session musician: as well as drumming on the first two Foo Fighters records and his own Probot project, he was behind the kit for Nirvana’s biggest albums, Queens of the Stone Age’s Songs for the Deaf and Jack Black’s comedy act Tenacious D. It’s easy to see why Grohl gets the work; his drumming has a way of making punky riffs stadium-sized. While Kurt Cobain had the pop sensibility to make Nirvana gigantic by himself, it didn’t hurt to have Grohl’s pounding rhythms playing backup. When Grohl assaulted his Foo Fighters work with that same pummel, he transformed his own more modest compositions into anthems.

The Best Of…
“My Hero”
“Smells Like Teen Spirit”
“Scentless Apprentice”
[Jonathan Bradley]

05. Stephen Morris

For a punk band, Joy Division were bizarrely democratic--any one of the four members could make a claim to being the band’s leader. Not many drummers could command as much attention as Ian Curtis’s wrecnching caterwaul, Bernard Sumner’s piercing guitar attack and Peter Hook’s heavenly bass falsetto, but Stephen Morris could more than hold his own, providing drum hooks spartan (“She’s Lost Control”), elegaic (“Atmosphere”) and sweeping (“Transmission”) with equal verve and innovation. And when JD became New Order, he did the unthinkable, stepping away from his drumkit and behind a computer, eventually creating possibly the most famous programmed drum beat in history. How thousands of new wave drummers didn’t stage walkouts in their respective bands after one listen to Unknown Pleasures is anyone’s guess.

The Best Of…
“She’s Lost Control”
“Atrocity Exhibition”
“Love Will Tear Us Apart”
[Andrew Unterberger]

04. Charlie Watts

Considering that he readily admits that he doesn’t care much for rock music (he’s a jazz fan), Charlie Watts has been the rock drummer against whom all others are measured for close to half a century. Perhaps his longevity is due to his economy of movement; while Bonham and Moon thrashed all over their kits, and even Ringo had his head shake, Watts (and his unsung partner in rhythm, Bill Wyman) stood stone still for the most part, their eyes following the action while their bodies laid down the steadiest of grooves for their flashier bandmates to work their craft to. To match his dry wit and low-key sense of humor, Watts has always had a quiet power, every effortless snap of his wrist capable of shaking a building to the ground. Still waters run deep, however. On top of all that, the man keeps impeccable time and apparently never tunes his drums. The term “rock steady” may not have been coined to describe Charile Watts, but he certainly has personified it for the last 40-odd years.

The Best Of…
“Suzie Q”
“Paint It, Black”
“Tumbling Dice”
[Todd Hutlock]

03. Jaki Leibezeit

Rarely a duff note is sung about Jaki Liebezeit, the (funky) human drum machine who’s mantric and experimental backbeats long-fueled krautrockers Can. Listening to tracks like the seminal 18-minute marathon “Halleluwah,” you can understand why, as he was (and still is) a master of low-key precision, one who was always more interested in channeling a synergy with his band members than showing off. Despite his metronomic and often heady approach, Jaki’s drumming in the ‘70s often sounds as earthy as Tony Allen, with a lot of snare and treble. Liebezeit might have been a technical virtuoso, but he makes it all sound so effortless, simple, and grounded, as if the drums were playing him. When he’s playing, it’s hard to not become absorbed into his world.

The Best Of…
“Halleluwah”
“Bel Air”
“Vitamin C”
[Michael F. Gill]

02. Keith Moon

If Keith Moon didn’t exist, he would’ve had to have been invented. Hell-bent on self-destruction, Moon embodied rock star cliché down to the last wrecked drum kit, shattered bottle of whisky & Rolls-Royce in the swimming pool. Known to pack his Premier double bass kit with explosives and the occasional goldfish, Moon’s whirling dervish attack could only have been the by-product of a savant-like gift for music coupled with a salient streak of sociopathy. With impossibly fast hands and a preternatural ear for blending surf rock riffs, rhythm and blues jags and a little Gene Krupa, if Moon wasn’t the best drummer in rock history, he’s certainly its most original.

The Best Of…
“Young Man’s Blues”
“I Can See For Miles”
“The Ox”
[Jeff Weiss]

01. John Bonham

Drummers aren’t meant to steal the show, they’re supposed to hold it down like a rock. John Bonham was a goddamn boulder, a giant walloping mountain tops with redwoods, Paul Bunyan stomping on the Grand Canyon. Ironically, he ended up hogging the spotlight from Page’s hyperspeed guitar crunch, the multi-instrumentalist virtuosities of J.P. Jones, and the showboating pomposity of Pretty Boy Plant. When you hear Led Zeppelin records today, what stands out are those massive snare bombs, skin-tight 4/4s, and mind-blowing fills where you can still hear every…single…beat. Still not convinced? Go out, buy the Led Zeppelin DVD, skip to the chapter with “Moby Dick,” and don’t say another word.

The Best Of…
“When the Levee Breaks”
“Dazed and Confused”
“Moby Dick”
[Tal Rosenberg]

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maGGus - 07.08.2007, 11:59

Platz 1 und 2 sind vollkommen richtig :wink:

Aber wo ist Carmine Appice in der Liste? :shock:

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Freddiebear - 07.08.2007, 13:06

Mit Platz eins bin ich auch vollkommen zufrieden. :wink:

Ich find´s auch toll, dass Mitch Mitchell dabei ist! Der ist nämlich auch Wahnsinn. Und über Ringo hab ich mich auch gefreut. :grin: Ich mag ihn nämlich als Drummer sehr.

Markus, wer ist Carmine Appice?

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Black Dog - 07.08.2007, 14:15

Mit 1 + 2 bin ich auch sehr zufrieden ;-)

Cool ist auch, dass Kommentare zu den einzelnen vorhanden sind...aber dämlich, dass alles in englisch ist :x

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maGGus - 07.08.2007, 19:20

Appice is der Drummer von Vannila Fudge... wenn ich den höre denk ich mir immer, von ihm hat Bonzo seinen Drumstil... einfach genial!

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Freddiebear - 07.08.2007, 19:37

Vanilla Fudge hab ich schonmal gehört, aber nicht so von der Musik... Sind die älter als Led Zeppelin?

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maGGus - 07.08.2007, 19:41

n bissl älter ja, Zep war 1968 und soweit ich weiß auch Anfang 1969 Vorgruppe von Vanilla Fudge.

Jetzt hat VF ein Album mit Zep-Coverversionen rausgebracht... das muss aber nich wirklich der Bringer sein :?
Aber damals waren die schon verdammt gut!

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Black Dog - 11.08.2007, 16:44

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Freddiebear - 11.08.2007, 16:57

Goil, Deaky is dabei! 8) Yay! :grin:

Mit den ersten drei Plätzen bin ich zufrieden. ^^

Ich kenn mich aber mit Bass eh net so aus, kann das kaum beurteilen.

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Black Dog - 11.08.2007, 17:11

Gratulation an Deaky :!:
Paul kann ich als Bassist nicht so einschätzen :roll: Aber ich vermute mal, dass Jack Bruce vor Paul sein müsste, oder?
Schön, dass auch Phil Lynott dabei ist 8)

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Freddiebear - 11.08.2007, 17:47

Ja, grenzt schon an ein Wunder, dass John Deacon dabei is. :roll: Obwohl er ein guter Bassist ist! Ich glaube, er ist auch ein bisschen ein "Ausnahmebassist".

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Black Dog - 11.08.2007, 18:34

Julia...extra für dich :grin:

100 Greatest Rock Basslines


1. Another One Bites The Dust (Queen)
2. Roundabout (Yes)
3. Money (Pink Floyd)
4. Super Freak (Rick James)
5. Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin (Sly & Family Stone)
6. Ain't No Mountain High Enough (Marvin Gaye/Tammi Terrell)
7. Dazed And Confused (Led Zeppelin)
8. Badge (Cream)
9. Higher Ground (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
10. Taxman (The Beatles)
11. Freewill (Rush)
12. Brick House (The Commodores)
13. Thela Hun Ginjeet (King Crimson)
14. NIB (Black Sabbath)
15. Good Times (chic)
16. Bernadette (Four Tops)
17. London Calling (The Clash)
18. Sunshine Of Your Love (Cream)
19. Jeremy (Pearl Jam)
20. Ramble On (Led Zeppelin)
21. No More Tears (Ozzy Osbourne)
22. Boris The Spider (The Who)
23. The Lemon Song (Led Zeppelin)
24. The Boys Are Back In Town (Thin Lizzy)
25. Come As You Are (Nirvana)
26. Stand By Me (Ben E King)
27. Come Together (The Beatles)
28. White Rabbit (Jefferson Airplane)
29. Would (Alice In Chains)
30. Sweet Emotion (Aerosmith)
31. Schism (Tool)
32. Lowrider (War)
33. Guns Of Brixton (The Clash)
34. Take The Power Back (Rage Against The Machine)
35. Longview (Green Day)
36. Heart Of The Sunrise (Yes)
37. Young Lust (Pink Floyd)
38. The Joker (Steve Miller Band)
39. Pump It Up (Elvis Costello)
40. Should I Stay Or Should I Go (The Clash)
41. Jerry Was A Racecar Driver (Primus)
42. Break On Through (The Doors)
43. Only In Dreams (Weezer)
44. Sober (Tool)
45. Coffee Shop (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
46. Whipping Post (Allman Brothers Band)
47. Summertime Blues (Eddie Cochran)
48. After Midnight (JJ Cale)
49. Last Ride In (Green Day)
50. The Big Money (Rush)
51. Susie Q (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
52. My Name Is Mudd (Primus)
53. The Day I Tried To Live (Soundgarden)
54. Strange Brew (Cream)
55. Peace Frog (The Doors)
56. 46 and 2 (Tool)
57. Soul To Squeeze (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
58. Fire (Jimi Hendrix)
59. Dock Of The Bay (Otis Redding)
60. Under Pressure (Queen)
61. Distant Early Warning (Rush)
62. Truckin (Grateful Dead)
63. Aqualung (Jethro Tull)
64. Maybellene (Chuck Berry)
65. One Nation Under A Groove (Funkadelic)
66. Heat Of The Moment (Asia)
67. Play That Funky Music (White Boy) (Wild Cherry)
68. Run Like Hell (Pink Floyd)
69. Sloop John B (The Beach Boys)
70. Brown Eyed Girl (Van Morrison)
71. Legs (ZZ Top)
72. Carouselambra (Led Zeppelin)
73. Fairies Wear Boots (Black Sabbath)
74. Josie (Steely Dan)
75. Sing A Simple Song (Sly & The Family Stone)
76. Frankenstein (Edgar Winter)
77. Day Tripper (The Beatles)
78. I Feel Free (Cream)
79. 25 Or 6 To 4 (Chicago)
80. Limelight (Rush)
81. Rats (Pearl Jam)
82. Call Me Up (Rick James)
83. Ding Dang (The Frog Brigade)
84. Red Barchetta (Rush)
85. Peace Sells (Megadeth)
86. White Room (Cream)
87. Too Many Puppies (Primus)
88. Sparks (The Who)
89. Jumping Jack Flash (Rolling Stones)
90. Here Come The Bastards (Primus)
91. Tom Sawyer (Rush)
92. Wouldn't It Be Nice (The Beach Boys)
93. I Am The Resurrection (Stone Roses)
94. Rain (The Beatles)
95. Otherside (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
96. I Don't Want To Go To Chelsea (Elvis Costello)
97. Orion (Metallica)
98. Another Brick In The Wall (Pink Floyd)
99. Week and Powerless (A Perfect Cirlce)
100. Smoke On The Water (Deep Purple)
101. Ticks and Leeches (Tool)
102. Lie (Dream Theater)
103. Epic (Faith No More)
104. Dear Prudence (The Beatles)
105. Black Dog (Led Zeppelin)
106. Can't Stop (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
107. Moondance (Van Morrison)
108. Riddles Are Abound Tonight (Sausage)
109. Around The World (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
110. Roadhouse Blues (The Doors)
111. Cosmic Highway (The Frog Brigade)
112. Crazy Train (Ozzy)
113. Happy Jack (The Who)
114. Californication (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
115. Living In The Past (Jethro Tull)
116. Crossroads (Cream)
117. Drive My Car (The Beatles)
118. Substitute (The Who)
119. Falling To Pieces (Velvet Revolver)
120. Oh Darling (The Beatles)
121. Paradise City (Guns N Roses)
122. Baba O'reilly (The Who)
123. Geek Stink Breath (Green Day)
124. I Just Wanna Have Something To Do (Ramones)
125. What'd I Say (Ray Charles)
126. Lovely to See You (Moody Blues)
127. Shu Ba Da Du Ma Ma Ma Ma (Steve Miller Band)
128. Blood and Roses (The Smithereens)

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Black Dog - 11.08.2007, 18:43

Und noch ein Sahnehäubchen oben drauf ;-)

In einem Zep-Forum wurde nach dem Lieblings-Basser gefragt:

Zitat: John Deacon ~ Queen

Another one bites the dust


No crap! Bohemian Rhapsody's bassline blows my mind.

:grin: :grin: :grin:

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Freddiebear - 11.08.2007, 19:36

Coooool! 8)

Aber Another one bites the dust is ja eigentlich nicht so wirklich ein Rocksong. :lol: Eher so Funk oder sowas in die Richtung. :roll:

Hör mal auf die Bassline von The show must go on! Traumhaft...

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Queen-King - 12.08.2007, 00:16

Zum Glück ist John Deacon auch drauf!!!!! 8)

The Show Must go on ist übrigends ein super Song!!!!! :grin:

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Black Dog - 12.08.2007, 07:31

Zitat: Eher so Funk oder sowas

Schwingt da "Abwertung" mit? :roll:
Ich hätte gedacht, dass Funk noch "schwieriger" ist, als Rock!? :roll:

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Freddiebear - 12.08.2007, 14:53

Ne, da schwingt keine Abwertung mit. War nur ne Feststellung.
Ich mag den Song.

Aber warum "schwieriger"? Wie meinst du das jetzt?

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Black Dog - 12.08.2007, 15:29

Schwieriger zu spielen :roll: Für einen Basser, z.B. :roll:
Aber das weiss ich nicht genau. Ist nur so ein Bauchgefühl :lol:

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Freddiebear - 12.08.2007, 19:39

Kommt ganz drauf an.
Würde ich aber nicht unbedingt sagen. Wie gesagt, kommt drauf an.

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Black Dog - 13.08.2007, 06:44

Aber (grundsätzlich) gibt es doch solche Unterschiede, oder? :roll:
Unabhängig vom Song ist es doch sicher schwieriger in einer Jazz-Band mitzuspielen, als in einer Pop-Band, oder? (als Beispiel)

Und so könnte ich mir vorstellen, dass es eine besondere Anforderung ist (für die Rythmus-Abteilung) "funky" zu klingen. So richtig zu "grooven" ;-) Da kommt es ja nicht nur auf die richtigen Noten an, oder? Dafür muss man das richtige Gefühl haben, vermute ich. Das steht auf keinem Notenblatt :wink:

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Queen-King - 13.08.2007, 15:01

Man muss immer das richtige Gefühl haben, dass ist bei jeder Musik so!!! :wink:

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Black Dog - 13.08.2007, 17:35

Das stimmt auch wieder 8)

Hier ein Poll, der Kathrin freuen wird :grin:

Q Magazine: Top Singers Ever

According to Q Magazine seven of the top ten star singers are dead, including Otis Redding, Kurt Cobain, Jeff Buckley and John Lennon. The other two living singers in the top 10 are Robert Plant and, controversially, Mick Jagger.

They did a good job, wisely going big with Elvis as the top choice. We're going small, naming the definitive five singers in each category.

Elvis Presley, according to "The independent" remains, and perhaps always will, the King. Tomorrow, half a century after his recording debut, Elvis Presley will be crowned the greatest voice of all time by Q magazine.

The Top Ten Singers Ever


1. Elvis Presley
2. Aretha Franklin
3. Frank Sinatra
4. Otis Redding
5. John Lennon
6. Marvin Gaye
7. Kurt Cobain
8. Robert Plant
9. Mick Jagger
10. Jeff Buckley

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maGGus - 13.08.2007, 18:50

Kurt Cobain... :roll: ich sag dazu mal nix :wink:

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Freddiebear - 13.08.2007, 19:03

:roll: :roll: :roll:

Da ist Elvis dabei, Frank dabei, John Lennon ( :shock: ) dabei und Freddie NICHT. *an die stirn tipp*
Scheiß Poll. :lol:

@Wolfgang: Ne, würde ich nicht unbedingt sagen mit dem Funk und so. Wie ich ja gesagt hatte, es kommt ganz drauf an.
Auf die Noten kommt es nicht alleine an, ne. Aber das kommt es bei jeder Stilrichtung nicht nur. Und vieles, was wir Gefühl ins Spiel bringen nennen, steht sogar auch oft bei den Noten dabei, wie zum Beispiel piano oder forte.

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Queen-King - 13.08.2007, 23:32

Schade, dass Freddie nicht bei den Top-Sängern dabei ist!!! :cry:

Ist eigentlich komisch, er war ja extrem gut!!!! :x

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Black Dog - 14.08.2007, 06:35

Ja, Kurt müsste dringend gegen Freddie ausgetauscht werden :lol:
Und bei Mick Jagger habe ich auch eine andere Meinung :?

Ich fands nur so gut, dass Sinatra mal dabei ist. Der hat es sicher verdient...

@Julia, ok...du bist die Musikerin...du wirst es wissen 8)

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Black Dog - 14.08.2007, 07:03

:grin: :grin: :grin:

VH1's 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock

...it was voted by the artists and music critics and other music people...

100 Quiet Riot
99 Bad Brains
98 Mountain
97 Primus
96 Meat Loaf
95 Fugazi
94 Yes
93 Lenny Kravitz
92 The Black Crowes
91 The Misfits
90 Rainbow
89 Lita Ford
88 Tool
87 King Crimson
86 Foreigner
85 Whitesnake
84 UFO
83 King's X
82 Queensryche
81 The Pixies
80 Green Day
79 Ratt
78 Marilyn Manson
77 Hole
76 Bon Jovi
75 Spinal Tap
74 Pat Benatar
73 Twisted Sister
72 Foo Fighters
71 Lynyrd Skynyrd
70 Living Colour
69 Megadeth
68 Hüsker Dü
67 The Rolling Stones
66 Joan Jett
65 The Cult
64 Steppenwolf
63 Boston
62 Ministry
61 Jethro Tull
60 The New York Dolls
59 Bad Company
58 Anthrax
57 Heart
56 White Zombie
55 Blue Öyster Cult
54 Sonic Youth
53 Korn
52 Faith No More
51 Thin Lizzy
50 Slayer
49 The Smashing Pumpkins
48 Janis Joplin
47 Rollins Band
46 Scorpions
45 Pantera
44 ZZ Top
43 Nine Inch Nails
42 The Kinks
41 Ted Nugent
40 Stone Temple Pilots
39 Crazy Horse
38 MC5
37 The Yardbirds
36 Frank Zappa
35 Jane's Addiction
34 Alice in Chains
33 Rage Against the Machine
32 The Doors
31 Def Leppard
30 Red Hot Chili Peppers
29 Mötley Crüe
28 Rush
27 Iggy Pop
26 Motörhead
25 Cheap Trick
24 Iron Maiden
23 Judas Priest
22 Deep Purple
21 Pearl Jam
20 Alice Cooper
19 The Clash
18 Ozzy Osbourne
17 The Ramones
16 Cream
15 Pink Floyd
14 Soundgarden
13 Queen
12 The Sex Pistols
11 Aerosmith
10 Kiss
9 Guns N' Roses
8 The Who
7 Van Halen
6 Nirvana
5 Metallica
4 AC/DC
3 Jimi Hendrix
2 Black Sabbath
1 Led Zeppelin

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Black Dog - 14.08.2007, 07:26

Und dieser Poll läuft in einem Zep-Forum.
Interessantes Zwischenergebniss ;-)

Which will we see first?

Just for kicks, which will come first?
Van Halen tour with DLR
38%
38% [ 23 ]
Led Zeppelin tour with Jason Bonham on drums
1%
1% [ 1 ]
Chinese Democracy by GNR
6%
6% [ 4 ]
*ACTUAL* Chinese Democracy
3%
3% [ 2 ]
Hell freezing over
13%
13% [ 8 ]
Cubs winning World Series
6%
6% [ 4 ]
New album by the Eagles
15%
15% [ 9 ]
Armageddon/Apocalypse
6%
6% [ 4 ]
Something the pollster didn't think of (write-in)
6%
6% [ 4 ]

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Queen-King - 14.08.2007, 14:11

Queen ist auf Platz 13!!!! :cry:

Ich hätte sie lieber auf Platz 2 gesehen, aber ihre Musik war ja nicht immer so Hard Rock mässig!!!!! :wink:

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Freddiebear - 14.08.2007, 20:09

Am Anfang schon!

Aber Led Zeppelin gehören da einfach auf Platz eins! 8) Da kann man jetzt Queen besser finden oder nicht, aber die beste HARD ROCK Band war nun mal Led Zeppelin. :grin: *fahne schwing*

Und nochmal das mit den Sängern... Ich finde, Freddie gehörte da erst mal rein und dann auch noch weiter vor.
Ich finde eh, dass man Frauenstimmen und Männerstimmen trennen sollte.
Und Kurt hätte ich da jetzt auch echt net rein.

@Wolfgang: Wie meinst du das mit Jagger? Also, ich finde ja, der KANN singen.

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Black Dog - 15.08.2007, 06:24

Zitat: der KANN singen

Ok. Aber gehört er zu den 10 besten Sängern aller Zeiten? Doch wohl eher nicht...

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Black Dog - 15.08.2007, 14:05

The Express-Times

Nothing's sexier than the old folks!

Mariah Carey's soft skin -- a lot of soft skin -- may be an obvious turn-on to some, but to a select group of Express-Times editorial employees, nothing brings thoughts of happy bedtime stories to mind than the experience earned and learned over many years of loving.

So, here's our list of the famous -- 55 and older and in no particular order -- who have a lot of experience under their belts.

THE MEN :

1 Harrison Ford, 63: Whether he's piloting a starship through the planets on a rescue mission in "Star Wars," or wearing a jaunty fedora at just the right angle for best effect as Indiana Jones, Ford is still able to command the attention of women. And he doesn't need the whip!

2 Robert Redford, 69: Never mind that he's been known to whisper sweet nothings to equine characters in "The Horse Whisperer," Redford can still corral the fillies.

3 Willie Nelson, 73: Perhaps not a first choice for a date, but Nelson has a certain quality that makes him an "interesting character." From what we at the newspaper understand, a lot of chicks are drawn to men with a lot of character, although perhaps not usually this much.

4 Mario Andretti, 66: He may be off the racetrack now, but he's capable of revving up the ladies' engines. Andretti shows us there's a reason why "handsome" and "Italian" aren't too far apart in the dictionary. Plus, he's locally available, although we understand he's strictly a dedicated family man.

5 Paul Newman, 81: 'Nuff said.

6 Robert Plant, 57; @ No: 6 cause rumour has it he's a bit of a devil with the ladies!

7 Clint Eastwood, 76; it would 'make his day' to send all good children to heaven.

8 Sean Connery, 75; the one most women want to BOND with!

9 Terry Bradshaw, 57;

10 Paul McCartney, 63;

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Black Dog - 15.08.2007, 14:25

VH1's - "100 Greatest Rock Songs"

1. "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," The Rolling Stones.
2. "Respect," Aretha Franklin.
3. "Stairway to Heaven," Led Zeppelin.
4. "Like a Rolling Stone," Bob Dylan.
5. "Born to Run," Bruce Springsteen.
6. "Hotel California," the Eagles.
7. "Light My Fire," the Doors.
8. "Good Vibrations," the Beach Boys.
9. "Hey Jude," the Beatles.
10. "Imagine," John Lennon.
11. "Louie Louie," the Kingsmen.
12. "Yesterday," the Beatles.
13. "My Generation," the Who.
14. "What's Going On," Marvin Gaye.
15. "Johnny B. Goode," Chuck Berry.
16. "Layla," Derek and the Dominos.
17. "Won't Get Fooled Again," the Who.
18. "Jailhouse Rock," Elvis Presley.
19. "American Pie," Don McLean.
20. "A Day in the Life," the Beatles.
21. "I Got You (I Feel Good)," James Brown.
22. "Superstition," Stevie Wonder.
23. "I Want to Hold Your Hand," the Beatles.
24. "Brown Sugar," the Rolling Stones.
25. "Purple Haze," Jimi Hendrix.
26. "Sympathy for the Devil," the Rolling Stones.
27. "Bohemian Rhapsody," Queen.
28. "You Really Got Me," the Kinks.
29. "Oh, Pretty Woman," Roy Orbison.
30. "Bridge Over Troubled Water," Simon & Garfunkel.
31. "Hound Dog," Elvis Presley.
32. "Let It Be," the Beatles.
33. "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay," Otis Redding.
34. "All Along the Watchtower," the Jimi Hendrix Experience.
35. "Walk This Way," Aerosmith.
36. "My Girl," the Temptations.
37. "Rock Around the Clock," Bill Haley & His Comets.
38. "I Heard it Through the Grapevine," Marvin Gaye.
39. "Proud Mary," Creedence Clearwater Revival.
40. "Born to Be Wild," Steppenwolf.
41. "Smells Like Teen Spirit," Nirvana.
42. "Every Breath You Take," the Police.
43. "What'd I Say," Ray Charles.
44. "Free Bird," Lynyrd Skynyrd.
45. "That'll Be the Day," Buddy Holly and the Crickets.
46. "Whole Lotta Love," Led Zeppelin.
47. "Dream On," Aerosmith.
48. "California Dreamin'," the Mamas and the Papas.
49. "Brown Eyed Girl," Van Morrison.
50. "Wild Thing," the Troggs.
51. "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes," Crosby, Stills and Nash.
52. "Beat It," Michael Jackson.
53. "Great Balls of Fire," Jerry Lee Lewis.
54. "Stayin' Alive," the Bee Gees.
55. "For What It's Worth," the Buffalo Springfield.
56. "Blowin' in the Wind," Bob Dylan.
57. "Twist and Shout," the Beatles.
58. "Piano Man," Billy Joel.
59. "She Loves You," the Beatles.
60. "Space Oddity," David Bowie.
61. "Strawberry Fields Forever," the Beatles.
62. "Kashmir," Led Zeppelin.
63. "Crazy," Patsy Cline.
64. "London Calling," the Clash.
65. "Jumpin' Jack Flash," the Rolling Stones.
66. "Rock & Roll," Led Zeppelin.
67. "Let's Stay Together," Al Green.
68. "All Shook Up," Elvis Presley.
69. "Maggie May," Rod Stewart.
70. "Your Song," Elton John.
71. "Heartbreak Hotel," Elvis Presley.
72. "God Only Knows," the Beach Boys.
73. "The Twist," Chubby Checker.
74. "Good Golly, Miss Molly," Little Richard.
75. "Sunshine of Your Love," Cream.
76. "California Girls," the Beach Boys.
77. "Summertime Blues," Eddie Cochran.
78. "Blue Suede Shoes," Carl Perkins.
79. "A Hard Day's Night," the Beatles.
80. "Fire and Rain," James Taylor.
81. "Gloria," Them.
82. "Sexual Healing," Marvin Gaye.
83. "Start Me Up," the Rolling Stones.
84. "More Than a Feeling," Boston.
85. "Roxanne," the Police.
86. "We Are the Champions," Queen.
87. "Tangled Up in Blue," Bob Dylan.
88. "Somebody to Love," Jefferson Airplane.
89. "Stand By Me," Ben E. King.
90. "Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On," Jerry Lee Lewis.
91. "You Shook Me All Night Long," AC/DC.
92. "When Doves Cry," Prince & the Revolution.
93. "In the Midnight Hour," Wilson Pickett.
94. "Gimme Some Lovin'," Spencer Davis Group.
95. "Jump," Van Halen.
96. "Thunder Road," Bruce Springsteen.
97. "No Woman No Cry," Bob Marley & the Wailers.
98. "La Bamba," Ritchie Valens.
99. "We've Only Just Begun," the Carpenters.
100. "Papa Was a Rolling Stone," the Temptations.

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Black Dog - 15.08.2007, 14:32

Und Australien hat auch gewählt:

What are the top 100 albums of all time as voted by the nation?


The Top 100
1–10

1. Pink Floyd — Dark Side Of The Moon
2. Jeff Buckley — Grace
3. Radiohead — Ok Computer
4. The Beatles — Abbey Road
5. The Beatles — Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
6. Nirvana — Nevermind
7. Led Zeppelin — Led Zeppelin 4
8. Red Hot Chili Peppers — Blood Sugar Sex Magik
9. Meat Loaf — Bat Out Of Hell
10. U2 — The Joshua Tree

11–20

11. Pink Floyd — Wish You Were Here
12. The Beatles — The Beatles - White Album
13. The Beatles — Revolver
14. Pink Floyd — The Wall
15. Radiohead — The Bends
16. Neil Diamond — Hot August Night
17. Neil Young — Harvest
18. Carole King — Tapestry
19. Pearl Jam — Ten
20. Fleetwood Mac — Rumours

21–30

21. Tool — Aenima
22. Bob Dylan — Blood On The Tracks
23. Midnight Oil — 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1
24. Silverchair — Diorama
25. AC/DC — Back In Black
26. The Clash — London Calling
27. The Whitlams — Eternal Nightcap
28. Queen — A night at the Opera
29. The Pixies — Doolittle
30. Missy Higgins — The Sound Of White

31–40

31. Paul Simon — Graceland
32. Anthony Callea — Anthony Callea
33. U2 — Achtung Baby
34. David Bowie — Ziggy Stardust and the spiders from Mars
35. Radiohead — Kid A
36. The Beatles — Rubber Soul
37. The Stone Roses — Stone Roses
38. Wolfmother — Wolfmother
39. Oasis — What's The Story Morning Glory
40. Tool — Lateralus

41–50

41. Coldplay — A Rush of Blood to the Head
42. Bob Dylan — Highway 61
43. Sex Pistols — Never Mind the Bollocks
44. Van Morrison — Astral Weeks
45. The Living End — The Living End
46. The Strokes — Is this It?
47. Silverchair — Neon Ballroom
48. The Eagles — Hotel California
49. The Smiths — The Queen Is Dead
50. You Am I — Hourly Daily

51–60

51. The Cure — Disintegration
52. Bob Dylan — Blonde On Blonde
53. Lou Reed — Transformer
54. Bruce Springsteen — Born To Run
55. Red Hot Chili Peppers — Californication
56. Metallica — Master of Puppets
57. Cat Stevens — Tea for the Tillerman
58. R.E.M — Automatic For The People
59. Muse — Absolution
60. Joni Mitchell — Blue

61–70

61. Prince — Purple Rain
62. ABBA — Arrival
63. Elton John — Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
64. Dire Straits — Brothers In Arms
65. Miles Davis — Kind of Blue
66. Cold Chisel — East
67. The Smashing Pumpkins — Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
68. The Who — Who's Next
69. Yes — Close To The Edge
70. Deep Purple — Machine Head

71–80

71. Rage Against The Machine — Rage Against The Machine
72. Green Day — American Idiot
73. Guns N Roses — Appetite For Destruction
74. INXS — Kick
75. David Bowie — Hunky Dory
76. The Smashing Pumpkins — Siamese Dream
77. Def Leppard — Hysteria
78. Foo Fighters — The Colour and The Shape
79. U2 — Rattle and Hum
80. Delta Goodrem — Innocent Eyes

81–90

81. John Farnham — Whispering Jack
82. You Am I — Hi Fi Way
83. Darren Hayes — The Tension & The Spark
84. Crowded House — Woodface
85. Live — Throwing Copper
86. Nine Inch Nails — The Downward Spiral
87. Massive Attack — Blue Lines
88. Led Zeppelin — Led Zeppelin 2
89. Mike Oldfield — Tubular Bells
90. Radio Birdman — Radios Appear

91–100

91. Ben Folds Five — Whatever and Ever Amen
92. Crowded House — Crowded House
93. Powderfinger — Vulture Street
94. The Killers — Hot Fuss
95. The Rolling Stones — Sticky Fingers
96. Silverchair — Frogstomp
97. Queens Of The Stone Age — Songs For The Deaf
98. Portishead — Dummy
99. Soundgarden — Superunknown
100. The Velvet Underground & Nico — The Velvet Underground & Nico

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Freddiebear - 15.08.2007, 16:30

Na ja. :roll: :lol:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 15.08.2007, 18:55

Naja...was? :roll:

Vielleicht ist VH1 amerikanisch? :roll:

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Queen-King - 16.08.2007, 11:05

@Julia:

Led Zeppelin gehört wirklich auf Platz eins!!!!

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Black Dog - 16.08.2007, 14:58

Auch die Polen(?) haben gevotet...oder sind es Russen? :lol:

Zitat: Led Zeppelin zespołem wszech czasów
Grupa Led Zeppelin znalazła się na szczycie zestawienia stu najważniejszych rockowych kapel w historii. Zestawienie przygotował wortal Audio Video Revolution. Kryterium wyboru stanowiła m.in. sprzedaż płyt w Stanach Zjednoczonych, jakość utworów i koncertów oraz umiejętności techniczne muzyków.


Top 10 rockowych zespołów wszech czasów:

1. Led Zeppelin
2. The Beatles
3. Pink Floyd
4. The Jimi Hendrix Experience
5. Van Halen
6. Queen
7. The Eagles
8. Metallica
9. U2
10. Bob Marley And The Wailers

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Queen-King - 16.08.2007, 17:32

Queen ist auf Platz 6, dass ist nicht schlecht!!!!!

:-)

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Black Dog - 16.08.2007, 19:13

BRIAN MAY IN TOP 100 GUITAR SOLOS


The Editors of Guitar World Magazine USA (www.guitarworld.com) recently put together a poll, to find out what their readers considered the best guitar solos of all time. Brian May's solos on Bohemian Rhapsody and Brighton Rock came in, respectively, as the 20th and 41st Greatest Guitar Solos ever.

Check out the full listing as it appears on www.guitar.about.com



1. Stairway to Heaven - Jimmy Page, Led Zeppelin
2. Eruption - Eddie Van Halen, Van Halen
3. Freebird - Collins/Rossington, Lynyrd Skynyrd
4. Comfortably Numb - David Gilmour, Pink Floyd
5. All Along the Watchtower - Jimi Hendrix
6. November Rain - Slash, Guns n' Roses
7. One - Kirk Hammet, Metallica
8. Hotel California - Don Felder/Joe Walsh, The Eagles
9. Crazy Train - Randy Rhoads
10. Crossroads - Eric Clapton, Cream

20. Bohemian Rhapsody - Brian May, Queen
41. Brighton Rock - Brian May, Queen

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 17.08.2007, 11:41

Ich weiss nicht, ob wir den Poll schon mal hatten? :roll: Man kommt ja ganz durcheinander, bei diesen vielen Polls :lol:

Zitat: QUEEN 6TH TOP BAND OF ALL TIME - AVREV.com

PRESS RELEASE

AVRev.com Announces Their List of Top 100 Rock Bands of All Time
Wednesday June 28, 8:15 am ET

Announcement coincides with AVRev.com's tenth year as the Internet's leading online audio/video publication

To celebrate their pending tenth anniversary on July 1, 2006, AVRev.com has compiled its list of the Top 100 Rock Bands of All Time. Unlike past lists that are based on mere opinion, the AVRev.com "Top Rock Bands" list uses the same type of analytical tools employed by sports franchises and applies them to rock bands to objectively determine which bands are the best. Among the categories considered were: U.S. Sales (100 points), Songs/Songwriting (100), Technical Ability (100), Live Performance (50), Consistency vs. Longevity (50) and Random (50). Random is a category that allows a judge to vote on how likely he or she is to want to hear a band's songs on their iPod playlist.

Topping the list with a total of 525 points was Led Zeppelin. All of the judges gave Led Zeppelin high marks not only for their songs/songwriting ability, but also their consistency as a band through the years.

The Top Ten is as follows:

1. Led Zeppelin - 525 points
2. The Beatles - 514 points
3. Pink Floyd - 506 points
4. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - 503 points
5. Van Halen - 496 points
6. Queen - 493 points
7. The Eagles - 479 points
8. Metallica - 468 points
9. U2 - 455 points
10. Bob Marley and the Wailers - 454 points

The 100 band nominees range from the usual suspects that make up classic rock playlists, but also include more out-of-the-box sleeper bands from the 1950s through today's most popular bands. The list doesn't include solo artists such as Michael Jackson or Elvis.

Voting on the list was done by an esteemed panel of judges including: former Dire Straits guitarist Jack Sonni, University of Southern California Thornton School of Music professor Ken Lopez, Xhifi desktop speaker company president Howard Schilling, as well as AVRev.com founder and publisher Jerry Del Colliano Jr. and AVRev.com's music editor Charles Andrews.

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 17.08.2007, 16:49

Ich glaube, den Poll hatten wir schon!!! :wink:

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Black Dog - 18.08.2007, 07:33

Ja, könnte sein.
Ich hatte ihn zufällig auf der Brian May-Seite entdeckt...

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Black Dog - 22.08.2007, 08:39

Ein Poll für Julia :grin:

100 Greatest Music Duos


1. The Everly Brothers ("Wake Up Little Susie" 1957)
2. Simon & Garfunkel ("Bridge Over Troubled Water" 1970)
3. Sam & Dave ("Hold On, I'm Comin" 1966)
4. *Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell ("Ain't No Mountain High Enough" 1968)
5. Ike & Tina Turner ("It's Gonna Work Out Fine" 1960)
6. Outkast ("Player's Ball" 1994)
7. Righteous Brothers ("You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" 1965)
8. Shirley & Lee ("Let The Good Times Roll" 1956)
9. Jan & Dean ("Surf City" 1963)
10. Eric B. & Rakim ("Follow The Leader" 1988)
11. Hall & Oates ("Maneater" 1982)
12. James & Bobby Purify ("I'm Your Puppet" 1965)
13. Steely Dan ("Do It Again" 1972)
14. Marvin & Johnny ("Tick Tock" 1954)
15. The Carpenters ("Close To You" 1970)
16. Les Paul & Mary Ford ("How High The Moon" 1951)
17. Mickey & Sylvia ("Love Is Strange" 1957)
18. Pete Johnson & Big Joe Turner ("Roll 'Em Pete" 1939)
19. Richard & Linda Thompson ("I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight" 1974)
20. White Stripes ("Fell In Love With A Girl" 2001)
21. Don & Dewey ("Farmer John" 1958)
22. Sonny & Cher ("I Got You Babe" 1965)
23. Gene & Eunice ("Ko Ko Mo" 1954)
24. Roxette ("The Look" 1989)
25. Boogie Down Productions ("Love Gonna Getcha" 1990)
26. Ashford & Simpson ("Solid" 1984)
27. Pet Shop Boys ("West End Girls" 1986)
28. *Otis Redding & Carla Thomas ("Tramp" 1967)
29. Mobb Deep ("Shook Ones, Part Two" 1995)
30. Flo & Eddie ("Keep It Warm" 1976)
31. Eurythmics ("Sweet Dreams Are Made Of This" 1983)
32. *Jesse & Marvin ("Dream Girl" 1953)
33. Peter & Gordon ("A World Without Love" 1964)
34. *Brook Benton & Dinah Washington ("Baby You've Got What It Takes" 1959)
35. Mel & Tim ("Backfield In Motion" 1969)
36. Bob & Earl ("Harlem Shuffle" 1964)
37. The Brothers Johnson ("Strawberry Letter 23" 1977)
38. Air Supply ("The One That You Love" 1981)
39. Loggins & Messina ("Your Mama Don't Dance" 1972)
40. The Collins Kids ("Hoy Hoy" 1958)
41. EPMD ("Crossover" 1992)
42. The Sims Twins ("Soothe Me" 1963)
43. Robert & Johnny ("We Belong Together" 1957)
44. Tears For Fears ("Everybody Wants To Rule The World" 1985)
45. T-Rex ("Ride A White Swan" 1970)
46. Santo & Johnny ("Sleepwalk" 1959)
47. Kris Kross ("Jump" 1992)
48. Don Gardner & Dee Dee Ford ("I Need Your Loving" 1962)
49. *Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway ("Where Is The Love" 1972)
50. Johnnie & Joe ("Over The Mountain, Cross The Sea" 1957)
51. DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince ("Summertime" 1991)
52. Savage Garden ("Truly Madly Deeply" - 1998)
53. Yarborough & Peoples ("Don't Stop The Music" 1980)
54. BeBe & CeCe Winans ("Addictive Love" 1991)
55. *Judy Clay & William Bell ("Private Number" 1968)
56. The Teen Queens ("Eddie My Love" 1955)
57. Inez & Charlie Foxx ("Mockingbird" 1963)
58. Seals & Croft ("Summer Breeze" 1972)
59. *Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston ("It Takes Two" 1967)
60. The Blues Brothers ("Soul Man" 1978)
61. Brotherhood Creed ("Helluva" 1992)
62. *Larry Williams & Johnny Watson ("Mercy Mercy Mercy" 1967)
63. Womack & Womack ("Baby I'm Scared Of You" 1984)
64. Dick & Dee Dee ("The Mountain's High" 1961)
65. *Jerry Butler & Betty Everett ("Let It Be Me" 1964)
66. Eddie & Ernie ("Time Waits For No One" 1965)
67. Page & Plant ("Shining In The Light" 1998)
68. Maurice & Mac ("You Left The Water Running" 1968)
69. Billy & Lillie ("La Dee Dah" 1958)
70. The Knight Brothers ("Temptation Bout To Get Me" 1965)
71. Nice & Smooth ("Sometimes I Rhyme Slow" 1992)
72. Dale & Grace ("I'm Leaving It Up To You" 1963)
73. Wham!("Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" 1983)
74. Peggy Scott & Jo Jo Benson ("Lover's Holiday" 1968)
75. McFadden & Whitehead ("Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" 1979)
76. Ian & Sylvia ("You Were On My Mind" 1964)
77. Don & Juan ("What's Your Name" 1962)
78. The Wallace Brothers ("Lovers Prayer" 1964)
79. Evanescence ("My Immortal" 2003)
80. Tarheel Slim & Little Ann ("It's Too Late" 1959)
81. Paul & Paula ("Hey Paula" 1962)
82. *Chuck Jackson & Maxine Brown ("Something You Got" 1965)
83. Skip & Flip ("Cherry Pie" 1960)
84. Rene & Angela ("Your Smile" 1986)
85. D-Train ("Something's On Your Mind" 1983)
86. Peaches & Herb ("Shake Your Groove Thing" 1979)
87. Das EFX ("They Want EFX" 1992)
88. Indigo Girls("Closer To The Fire" 1989)
89. Nelson ("Love And Affection" 1990)
90. Bell & James ("Livin It Up - Friday Night" 1978)
91. *James Ingram & Patti Austin ("How Do You Keep The Music Playing" 1983)
92. Joe & Ann ("Gee Baby" 1960)
93. Erasure ("Chains Of Love" 1988)
94. England Dan & John Ford Coley ("I'd Really Love To See You Tonight" 1976)
95. Kid 'N Play ("Ain't Gonna Hurt Nobody" 1991)
96. Communards ("Don't Leave Me This Way" 1987)
97. *Etta & Harvey ("If I Can't Have You" 1960)
98. PM Dawn ("Set Adrift On A Memory Of Bliss" 1991)
99. Charlie & Ray ("I Love You Madly" 1954)
100. The Buggles ("Video Killed The Radio Star" 1981)
101. *Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr. ("You Don't Have To Be A Star" 1976)
102. Willy & Ruth ("Love Me" 1954)
103. Chad & Jeremy ("A Summer Song" 1965)
104. *Rufus & Carla ("Night Time Is The Right Time" 1964)
105. Wendy & Lisa ("Waterfall" 1987)
106. Bruce & Terry ("Custom Machine" 1964)
107. Ron-Dels ("If You Really Want Me" 1965)
108. *Etta James & Sugar Pie DeSanto ("In The Basement" 1965)
109. Mr. Airplane Man ("How Long" 2004)
110. *Graham Nash & David Crosby ("Immigration Man" 1972)
111. Gene & Debbie ("Playboy" 1968)
112. Soul Sisters ("I Can't Stand It" 1964)
113. Spring ("It's Like Heaven" 1973)
114. Kalin Twins ("When" 1958)

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Freddiebear - 22.08.2007, 13:10

Dass die Everly Brothers auf Platz eins sind, hätte man sich denken können. :wink:

Aber für mich gehören trotzdem S&G auf Platz 1. :grin: :lol: Aber Platz zwei ist auch nicht schlecht! :wink: Yay! :grin:

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Black Dog - 24.08.2007, 09:16

worst duets ever

http://news.q4music.com/2007/08/random_list_worst_duets_ever.html

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Queen-King - 24.08.2007, 18:33

Also die Songs auf dieser Seite sind nicht gut!!!!! :cry:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 26.08.2007, 08:53

Stimmt, Patrick :grin:

Was Neues...die RIIA scheint ihre Liste aktualisiert zu haben. (Zep's Physical Graffiti ist von Platz 15 auf 13 aufgestiegen :-) )
Dies sind die meistverkauften Alben in USA. Und das sind keine Schätzungen, wie in Europa. Diese Zahlen stimmen:

Top 100 Albums

Level Title Artist Label
29 EAGLES/THEIR GREATEST HITS 1971 - 1975 EAGLES ELEKTRA
27 THRILLER JACKSON, MICHAEL EPIC
23 THE WALL PINK FLOYD COLUMBIA
23 LED ZEPPELIN IV LED ZEPPELIN ATLANTIC
21 BACK IN BLACK AC/DC EPIC
21 GREATEST HITS VOLUME I & VOLUME II JOEL, BILLY COLUMBIA
20 DOUBLE LIVE BROOKS, GARTH CAPITOL NASHVILLE
20 COME ON OVER TWAIN, SHANIA MERCURY NASHVILLE
19 RUMOURS FLEETWOOD MAC WARNER BROS.
19 THE BEATLES BEATLES, THE APPLE
17 BOSTON BOSTON EPIC
17 THE BODYGUARD (SOUNDTRACK) HOUSTON, WHITNEY ARISTA
16 PHYSICAL GRAFFITI LED ZEPPELIN SWAN SONG
16 NO FENCES BROOKS, GARTH CAPITOL
16 HOTEL CALIFORNIA EAGLES ASYLUM
16 GREATEST HITS JOHN, ELTON MCA
16 JAGGED LITTLE PILL MORISSETTE, ALANIS MAVERICK
16 THE BEATLES 1967 - 1970 BEATLES, THE APPLE
16 CRACKED REAR VIEW HOOTIE & THE BLOWFISH ATLANTIC
15 DARK SIDE OF THE MOON PINK FLOYD HARVEST
15 THE BEATLES 1962 - 1966 BEATLES, THE APPLE
15 SUPERNATURAL SANTANA ARISTA
15 BORN IN THE U.S.A. SPRINGSTEEN, BRUCE COLUMBIA
15 APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION GUNS 'N ROSES GEFFEN
15 SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER (SOUNDTRACK) BEE GEES RSO
14 METALLICA METALLICA ELEKTRA
14 SIMON & GARFUNKEL'S GREATEST HITS SIMON & GARFUNKEL COLUMBIA
14 ROPIN' THE WIND BROOKS, GARTH CAPITOL
14 GREATEST HITS JOURNEY COLUMBIA
14 BAT OUT OF HELL MEAT LOAF CLEVELAND INTERNATIONAL
14 BACKSTREET BOYS BACKSTREET BOYS JIVE
14 ...BABY ONE MORE TIME SPEARS, BRITNEY JIVE
13 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN & E STREET BAND LIVE 1975 - '85 SPRINGSTEEN, BRUCE COLUMBIA
13 MILLENNIUM BACKSTREET BOYS JIVE
13 PURPLE RAIN (SOUNDTRACK) PRINCE AND THE REVOLUTION WARNER BROS.
13 WHITNEY HOUSTON HOUSTON, WHITNEY ARISTA
13 GREATEST HITS 1974-1978 MILLER, STEVE BAND CAPITOL
12 LED ZEPPELIN II LED ZEPPELIN ATLANTIC
12 PIECES OF YOU JEWEL ATLANTIC
12 HYSTERIA DEF LEPPARD MERCURY
12 KENNY ROGERS' GREATEST HITS ROGERS, KENNY LIBERTY
12 THE WOMAN IN ME TWAIN, SHANIA MERCURY NASHVILLE
12 BREATHLESS KENNY G ARISTA
12 FORREST GUMP SOUNDTRACK EPIC
12 WIDE OPEN SPACES DIXIE CHICKS MONUMENT
12 YOURSELF OR SOMEONE LIKE YOU MATCHBOX TWENTY ATLANTIC
12 NO JACKET REQUIRED COLLINS, PHIL ATLANTIC
12 II BOYZ II MEN MOTOWN
12 SLIPPERY WHEN WET BON JOVI MERCURY
12 HOT ROCKS ROLLING STONES, THE LONDON
12 ABBEY ROAD BEATLES, THE APPLE
12 TEN PEARL JAM EPIC
11 HOUSES OF THE HOLY LED ZEPPELIN ATLANTIC
11 JAMES TAYLOR'S GREATEST HITS TAYLOR, JAMES WARNER BROS.
11 NO STRINGS ATTACHED 'N SYNC JIVE
11 HUMAN CLAY CREED WIND-UP RECORDS
11 DIRTY DANCING SOUNDTRACK RCA
11 CRAZYSEXYCOOL TLC LAFACE
11 UP! TWAIN, SHANIA MERCURY NASHVILLE
11 TITANIC SOUNDTRACK SONY CLASSICAL
11 SPEAKERBOXXX / THE LOVE BELOW OUTKAST SO SO DEF
11 FALLING INTO YOU DION, CELINE 550 MUSIC
11 EAGLES GREATEST HITS VOLUME II EAGLES ASYLUM
11 DEVIL WITHOUT A CAUSE KID ROCK LAVA
11 SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND BEATLES, THE CAPITOL
10 COME AWAY WITH ME JONES, NORAH BLUE NOTE
10 ELIMINATOR ZZ TOP WARNER BROS.
10 TAPESTRY KING, CAROLE ODE
10 LET'S TALK ABOUT LOVE DION, CELINE 550 MUSIC/EPIC
10 AEROSMITH'S GREATEST HITS AEROSMITH COLUMBIA
10 THE BEST OF THE DOORS DOORS, THE ELEKTRA
10 UNPLUGGED CLAPTON, ERIC REPRISE
10 SONGS IN THE KEY OF LIFE WONDER, STEVIE MOTOWN
10 BEST OF THE DOOBIES DOOBIE BROTHERS WARNER BROS.
10 GREATEST HITS CLINE, PATSY MCA
10 GREATEST HITS PETTY, TOM & THE HEARTBREAKERS MCA
10 PYROMANIA DEF LEPPARD MERCURY
10 LEGEND MARLEY, BOB & THE WAILERS ISLAND
10 THE LION KING SOUNDTRACK DISNEYLAND
10 HYBRID THEORY LINKIN PARK WARNER BROS.
10 FLY DIXIE CHICKS MONUMENT
10 THE IMMACULATE COLLECTION MADONNA SIRE
10 LED ZEPPELIN LED ZEPPELIN ATLANTIC
10 THE STRANGER JOEL, BILLY COLUMBIA
10 LIKE A VIRGIN MADONNA SIRE
10 VAN HALEN VAN HALEN WARNER BROS.
10 TRAGIC KINGDOM NO DOUBT TRAUMA/INTERSCOPE
10 CAN'T SLOW DOWN RICHIE, LIONEL MOTOWN
10 NEVERMIND NIRVANA DGC
10 'N SYNC 'N SYNC RCA
10 1984 (MCMLXXXIV) VAN HALEN WARNER BROS.
10 OOPS!...I DID IT AGAIN SPEARS, BRITNEY JIVE
10 THE HITS BROOKS, GARTH LIBERTY
10 FAITH MICHAEL, GEORGE COLUMBIA
10 THE JOSHUA TREE U2 ISLAND
10 DAYDREAM CAREY, MARIAH COLUMBIA
10 1 BEATLES, THE CAPITOL
10 MUSIC BOX CAREY, MARIAH COLUMBIA
10 DOOKIE GREEN DAY REPRISE
10 PLEASE HAMMER DON'T HURT 'EM HAMMER CAPITOL
10 LIFE AFTER DEATH NOTORIOUS B.I.G. BAD BOY/ARISTA
9 COOLEYHIGHHARMONY BOYZ II MEN MOTOWN
9 ALL EYEZ ON ME 2 PAC DEATH ROW/INTERSCOPE
9 ELVIS' CHRISTMAS ALBUM PRESLEY, ELVIS RCA
9 BROTHERS IN ARMS DIRE STRAITS WARNER BROS.
9 GREATEST HITS 2 PAC INTERSCOPE
9 THE MARSHALL MATHERS LP EMINEM INTERSCOPE
9 COUNTRY GRAMMAR NELLY UNIVERSAL RECORDS
9 GREAT BAND ERA VARIOUS READER'S DIGEST MUSIC
9 CONFESSIONS USHER SO SO DEF
9 JOHN DENVER'S GREATEST HITS DENVER, JOHN RCA
9 SEVENS BROOKS, GARTH CAPITOL NASHVILLE
9 ESCAPE JOURNEY COLUMBIA
9 BIG WILLIE STYLE SMITH, WILL COLUMBIA
9 HI INFIDELITY R.E.O. SPEEDWAGON EPIC
9 MARIAH CAREY CAREY, MARIAH COLUMBIA
9 LICENSED TO ILL BEASTIE BOYS COLUMBIA
9 MELLON COLLIE AND THE INFINITE SADNESS SMASHING PUMPKINS VIRGIN
9 TOP GUN SOUNDTRACK COLUMBIA
9 WHITNEY HOUSTON, WHITNEY ARISTA
9 THE SIGN ACE OF BASE ARISTA
9 SOME GAVE ALL CYRUS, BILLY RAY MERCURY
9 FOOTLOOSE SOUNDTRACK COLUMBIA
9 GARTH BROOKS BROOKS, GARTH CAPITOL
8 CORE STONE TEMPLE PILOTS ATLANTIC
8 STRAIT OUT OF THE BOX STRAIT, GEORGE MCA NASHVILLE
8 GREATEST HITS QUEEN ELEKTRA
8 GREATEST HITS FLEETWOOD MAC WARNER BROS.
8 THE EMINEM SHOW EMINEM INTERSCOPE
8 MIRACLES: THE HOLIDAY ALBUM KENNY G ARISTA
8 BAD JACKSON, MICHAEL EPIC
8 THE MISEDUCATION OF LAURYN HILL HILL, LAURYN RUFFHOUSE/COLUMBIA
8 R. KELLY, R. JIVE
8 BREATHE HILL, FAITH WARNER BROS.
8 TOYS IN THE ATTIC AEROSMITH COLUMBIA
8 GREATEST HITS SEGER, BOB AND THE SILVER BULLET BAND CAPITOL
8 CHRONICLE CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL FANTASY
8 CHRISTINA AGUILERA AGUILERA, CHRISTINA RCA
8 SURFACING MC LACHLAN, SARAH ARISTA
8 AND JUSTICE FOR ALL METALLICA ELEKTRA
8 THE BEATLES ANTHOLOGY, VOLUME 1 BEATLES, THE CAPITOL
8 BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER SIMON & GARFUNKEL COLUMBIA
8 ACHTUNG BABY U2 ISLAND
8 IN PIECES BROOKS, GARTH LIBERTY
8 TIME, LOVE & TENDERNESS BOLTON, MICHAEL COLUMBIA
8 HANGIN' TOUGH NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK COLUMBIA
8 TONI BRAXTON BRAXTON, TONI LAFACE
8 SECRETS BRAXTON, TONI LAFACE
8 THROWING COPPER LIVE RADIOACTIVE
8 THE WRITING'S ON THE WALL DESTINY'S CHILD COLUMBIA
8 WHITESNAKE WHITESNAKE WARNER BROS.
8 LED ZEPPELIN I LED ZEPPELIN ATLANTIC
8 GREASE SOUNDTRACK RSO
8 THE CHASE BROOKS, GARTH LIBERTY
8 SYNCHRONICITY POLICE, THE A&M
8 HELL FREEZES OVER EAGLES GEFFEN
8 BLACK & BLUE BACKSTREET BOYS JIVE
7 O BROTHER, WHERE ART THOU? SOUNDTRACK LOST HIGHWAY
7 HISTORY: PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE BOOK I JACKSON, MICHAEL EPIC
7 VS. PEARL JAM EPIC
7 JANIS JOPLIN'S GREATEST HITS JOPLIN, JANIS COLUMBIA
7 RICKY MARTIN MARTIN, RICKY C2/COLUMBIA
7 WAITING TO EXHALE SOUNDTRACK ARISTA
7 DANGEROUS JACKSON, MICHAEL EPIC
7 OFF THE WALL JACKSON, MICHAEL EPIC
7 BLOOD SUGAR SEX MAGIK RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS WARNER BROS.
7 GOODBYE YELLOW BRICK ROAD JOHN, ELTON MCA
7 GREATEST HITS RONSTADT, LINDA ASYLUM
7 SANTANA'S GREATEST HITS SANTANA COLUMBIA
7 TRUE BLUE MADONNA SIRE
7 AN INNOCENT MAN JOEL, BILLY COLUMBIA
7 CRASH MATTHEWS, DAVE BAND RCA RECORDS
7 SIGNIFICANT OTHER LIMP BIZKIT INTERSCOPE
7 SPORTS LEWIS, HUEY & THE NEWS CHRYSALIS
7 SAVAGE GARDEN SAVAGE GARDEN COLUMBIA
7 LUCK OF THE DRAW RAITT, BONNIE CAPITOL
7 52ND STREET JOEL, BILLY COLUMBIA
7 A DAY WITHOUT RAIN ENYA REPRISE
7 GLASS HOUSES JOEL, BILLY COLUMBIA
7 DEJA VU CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG ATLANTIC
7 RUNNING ON EMPTY BROWNE, JACKSON ASYLUM
7 TUESDAY NIGHT MUSIC CLUB CROW, SHERYL A&M
7 SONGS YOU KNOW BY HEART BUFFETT, JIMMY MCA
7 THE SINGLES 1969 - 1973 CARPENTERS, THE A&M
7 NO WAY OUT DIDDY, P. AND THE FAMILY BAD BOY/ARISTA
7 RECORDS FOREIGNER ATLANTIC
7 DOUBLE VISION FOREIGNER ATLANTIC
7 ALL THE WAY...A DECADE OF SONG DION, CELINE 550 MUSIC/EPIC
7 UNFORGETTABLE WITH LOVE NATALIE COLE COLE, NATALIE ELEKTRA
7 NEW JERSEY BON JOVI MERCURY
7 DON'T LOOK BACK BOSTON EPIC
7 GET A GRIP AEROSMITH GEFFEN
7 PUMP AEROSMITH GEFFEN
7 TIME PIECES/BEST OF ERIC CLAPTON CLAPTON, ERIC RSO
7 AUGUST & EVERYTHING AFTER COUNTING CROWS GEFFEN
7 DON'T BE CRUEL BROWN, BOBBY MCA
7 TO THE EXTREME VANILLA ICE SBK
7 FOREVER YOUR GIRL ABDUL, PAULA VIRGIN
7 HIGHWAY TO HELL AC/DC EPIC
7 SPICE SPICE GIRLS VIRGIN

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Queen-King - 26.08.2007, 16:52

Ich sehe Queen nirgends!!!! :cry:

Ist das nur von bestimmten Bands??? :shock:

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Black Dog - 26.08.2007, 18:26

Nein, es ist von allen Bands und Künstlern, die existieren oder jemals existiert haben.

Queen ist einmal vertreten, mit ihren Greatest Hits:

Zitat: 8 GREATEST HITS QUEEN ELEKTRA

Das bedeutet, davon wurden insgesamt 8 Millionen Stück verkauft.

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Queen-King - 26.08.2007, 21:52

Danke Wolfgang :grin:

Jetzt noch ne blöde Frage: :oops:

Was bedeutet bei den GREATEST HITS das Wort Elektra :?: :?: :?:

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Black Dog - 27.08.2007, 07:17

ELEKTRA dürfte das Platten-Label sein, wo die CD erschienen ist.

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Black Dog - 27.08.2007, 16:38

Gerade hatten wir noch die US-Zahlen...nun kommt weltweit ;-)
(diese Zahlen sind aber nicht so genau, wie die aus USA)


ALBUMS

ALL TIME CHART

1 Michael Jackson - Thriller
Epic - 1983
2 Eagles - Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975
Asylum - 1976
3 Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin IV
Atlantic - 1971
4 Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon
Harvest - 1973
5 Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
Warner Bros. - 1977
6 Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
Parlophone / Capitol - 1967
7 AC/DC - Back In Black
Atlantic - 1980
8 Soundtrack - Saturday Night Fever
RSO - 1978
9 Shania Twain - Come On Over
Mercury - 1997
10 Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill
Maverick / Sire - 1995
11 Eagles - Hotel California
Asylum - 1976
12 Soundtrack - The Bodyguard
Arista - 1992
13 Beatles - Abbey Road
Apple - 1969
14 Meat Loaf - Bat Out Of Hell
Epic - 1978
15 Beatles - 1
Apple - 2000
16 Guns'n Roses - Appetite For Destruction
Geffen - 1988
17 U2 - The Joshua Tree
Island - 1987
18 Metallica - Metallica
Elektra / Vertigo - 1991
19 Pink Floyd - The Wall
Columbia - 1979
20 Santana - Supernatural
Arista - 1999
21 Soundtrack - Titanic
Sony Classical - 1998
22 Simon & Garfunkel - Greatest Hits
Columbia - 1972
23 Bruce Springsteen - Born In The U.S.A.
Columbia - 1984
24 Celine Dion - Falling Into You
550 Music / Epic - 1996
25 Dire Straits - Brothers In Arms
Warner Bros. - 1985
26 Celine Dion - Let's Talk About Love
550 Music / Epic - 1997
27 Norah Jones - Come Away With Me
Blue Note - 2002
28 Phil Collins - No Jacket Required
Atlantic - 1985
29 Soundtrack - Dirty Dancing
RCA - 1987
30 Madonna - The Immaculate Collection
Sire - 1990
31 Bon Jovi - Slippery When Wet
Mercury - 1986
32 Nirvana - Nevermind
DGC / Geffen - 1991
33 Michael Jackson - Bad
Epic - 1987
34 Soundtrack - Grease
RSO - 1978
35 Led Zeppelin - Physical Grafitti
Atlantic - 1975
36 Boston - Boston
Epic - 1976
37 Prince - Purple Rain
Warner Bros. - 1984
38 Whitney Houston - Whitney Houston
Arista - 1985
39 Abba - Gold Greatest Hits
Polydor - 1992
40 Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP
Aftermath / Interscope - 2000
41 Carol King - Tapestry
Ode - 1971
42 Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin II
Atlantic - 1969
43 Backstreet Boys (Original + U.S.Version) - Backstreet Boys
Jive - 1996 (1997)
44 Beatles - 1962-1966
Apple - 1973
45 Spice Girls - Spice
Virgin - 1996
46 Queen - Greatest Hits
Elektra / EMI - 1981
47 Mariah Carey - Music Box
Columbia - 1993
48 Elton John - Greatest Hits
MCA - 1974
49 Beatles - 1967-1970
Apple - 1973
50 Beatles - The Beatles (White Album)
Apple - 1968
51 Madonna - True Blue
Sire - 1986
52 Michael Jackson - Dangerous
Epic - 1991
53 Eminem - The Eminem Show
Aftermath / Interscope - 2002
54 Madonna - Like A Virgin
Sire - 1984
55 Backstreet Boys - Millennium
Jive - 1999
56 Bob Marley & The Wailers - Legend
Island - 1984
57 Eric Clapton - Unplugged
Reprise - 1992
58 Garth Brooks - No Fences
Capitol - 1990
59 Britney Spears - Baby One More Time
Jive - 1999
60 Def Leppard - Hysteria
Mercury - 1987
61 Lionel Richie - Can't Slow Down
Motown - 1983
62 Simon & Garfunkel - Bridge Over Troubled Water
Columbia - 1970
63 Gerorge Michael - Faith
Columbia / Epic - 1987
64 Soundtrack - The Lion King
Disney - 1994
65 ZZ-Top - Eliminator
Warner Bros. - 1983
66 Green Day - Dookie
Reprise - 1994
67 Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin
Atlantic - 1969
68 Celine Dion - All The Way...A Decade Of Song
550 Music / Epic - 1999
69 Garth Brooks - Ropin' The Wind
Capitol - 1991
70 Dixie Chicks - Wide Open Spaces
Sony - 1998
71 Pearl Jam - Ten
Sony - 1991
72 Mariah Carey - Daydream
Columbia - 1995
73 Ace Of Base - The Sign / Happy Nation
Arista - 1994
74 Tracy Chapman - Tracy Chapman
Elektra - 1988
75 Cranberries - No Need To Argue
Island - 1994
76 Queen - Greatest Hits II
Capitol / Parlophone - 1991
77 Boyz II Men - II
Motown - 1994
78 TLC - CrazySexyCool
LaFace / Arista - 1994
79 Phil Collins - ...But Seriously
Atlantic - 1989
80 Bon Jovi - Cross Road (The Very Best Of)
Mercury - 1994
81 Britney Spears - Oops!...I Did It Again
Jive - 2000
82 Whitney Houston - Whitney
Arista - 1987
83 Oasis - (What's The Story) Morning Glory
Epic - 1995
84 'N Sync - No Strings Attached
Jive - 2000
85 Andrea Bocelli - Romanza
Philips - 1997
86 Usher - Confessions
Arista - 2004
87 U2 - Achtung Baby
Island - 1991
88 Beatles - Revolver
Parlophone / Capitol - 1966
89 No Doubt - Tragic Kingdom
Interscope - 1996
90 M.C.Hammer - Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em
Capitol - 1990
91 Avril Lavigne - Let Go
Arista - 2002
92 Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory
Warner Bros. - 2000
93 Madonna - Ray Of Light
Maverick - 1998
94 Evanescence - Fallen
Wind-Up - 2003
95 Fugees - The Score
Ruffhouse / Columbia - 1996
96 Green Day - American Idiot
Reprise - 2004
97 Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Capitol - 1975
98 Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run
Columbia - 1975
99 R.E.M. - Automatic For The People
Warner Bros. - 1992
100 Paul Simon - Graceland
Warner Bros. - 1986

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Black Dog - 27.08.2007, 16:45

Und hier die weltweiten Single-Charts (aller Zeiten)...aber hier gucken Zep, aus den bekannten Gründen, natürlich in die Röhre :?


Singles

ALL TIME CHART


1 Elton John - Candle In The Wind 1997
A&M - 1997
2 White Christmas - Bing Crosby
Decca - 1942 (1947)
3 Rock Around The Clock - Bill Haley & His Comets
Decca - 1955
4 I Want To Hold Your Hand - Beatles
Parlophone / Capitol - 1963
5 Hey Jude - Beatles
Apple - 1968
6 I Will Always Love You - Whitney Houston
Arista - 1992
7 (Everything I Do) I Do It For You - Bryan Adams
A&M - 1991
8 We Are The World - U.S.A. For Africa
Columbia - 1985
9 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction - Rolling Stones
Decca / London - 1965
10 Y.M.C.A. - Village People
Metronome / Casablanca - 1978
11 Let It Be - Beatles
Apple - 1970
12 Bridge Over Troubled Water - Simon & Garfunkel
Columbia - 1970
13 My Sweet Lord - George Harrison
Apple - 1970
14 My Heart Will Go On - Celine Dion
Columbia - 1998
15 Gangsta's Paradise - Coolio feat. feat. L.V.
MCA - 1995
16 I'll Be Missing You - Puff Daddy feat. Faith Evan & 112
Bad Boy - 1997
17 Macarena - Los Del Rio
RCA - 1996
18 You're The One That I Want - John Travolta & Olivia Newton John
RSO - 1978
19 Believe - Cher
Warner Bros. - 1998
20 Strangers In The Night - Frank Sinatra
Reprise - 1966
21 Oh, Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison
London / Monument - 1964
22 Flashdance...What A Feeling - Irene Cara
Casablanca - 1983
23 Imagine - John Lennon & The Plastic Ono Band
Apple - 1971
24 Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen
EMI / Elektra - 1975
25 Every Breath You Take - Police
A&M - 1983
26 Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) - Pink Floyd
Harvest / Columbia - 1980
27 Eye Of The Tiger - Survivor
Scotti Bros. - 1982
28 Those Were The Days - Mary Hopkin
Apple - 1968
29 Stayin' Alive - Bee Gees
RSO - 1977
30 Billie Jean - Michael Jackson
Epic - 1983
31 Careless Whisper - George Michael
Epic / Columbia - 1984
32 I Just Called To Say I Love You - Stevie Wonder
Motown - 1984
33 Dancing Queen - Abba
Atlantic / Epic / Polydor - 1966
34 It's Now Or Never - Elvis Presley
RCA - 1960
35 Heart Of Glass - Blondie
Chrysalis - 1979
36 Penny Lane - Beatles
Parlophone / Capitol - 1966
37 Can't Buy Me Love - Beatles
Parlophone / Capitol - 1963
38 Baby One More Time - Britney Spears
Jive - 1999
39 Yesterday - Beatles
Parlophone / Capitol - 1965
40 Funky Town - Lipps, Inc.
Casablanca - 1980
41 We Can Work It Out - Beatles
Parlophone / Capitol - 1965
42 Killing Me Softly - Fugees
Ruffhouse / Columbia - 1996
43 Hung Up - Madonna
Warner Bros. - 2005
44 Woman In Love - Barbra Streisand
CBS - 1980
45 Wannabe - Spice Girls
Virgin - 1996
46 Hips Don't Lie - Shakira feat. Wyclef Jean
Epic - 2006
47 In The Year 2525 (Exordium & Terminus) - Zager & Evans
RCA Victor - 1969
48 Mambo No.5 - Lou Bega
RCA - 1999
49 You're Beautiful - James Blunt
Atlantic - 2006
50 Stand By Me - Ben E.King
Atco / Atlantic - 1961
51 Can't Get You Out Of My Head - Kylie Minogue
Parlophone - 2001
52 Get Back - Beatles
Apple - 1969
53 I Feel Fine - Beatles
Parlophone / Capitol - 1964
54 Nothing Compares 2 U - Sinead O'Connor
Chrysalis - 1990
55 When A Man Loves A Woman - Percy Sledge
Atlantic - 1966
56 Help! - Beatles
Parlophone / Capitol - 1965
57 Music - Madonna
Maverick - 2001
58 Venus - Shocking Blue
Metronome / Colossus - 1969
59 A Whiter Shade Of Pale - Procol Harum
Deram - 1967
60 She Love's You - Beatles
Parlophone / Capitol - 1963
61 (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay - Otis Redding
Volt / Atlantic - 1968
62 Jumpin' Jack Flash - Rolling Stones
Decca / London - 1968
63 Diana - Paul Anka
ABC-Paramount / Columbia - 1957
64 Whenever Wherever - Shakira
Epic - 2002
65 All You Need Is Love - Beatles
Parlophone / Capitol - 1967
66 Crazy - Gnarls Barkley
Warner Bros. - 2006
67 Come Together - Beatles
Apple - 1970
68 Hello Goodbye - Beatles
Parlophone / Capitol - 1967
69 Good Vibrations - Beach Boys
Capitol - 1966
70 I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That) - Meat Loaf
Virgin / MCA - 1993
71 Kung Fu Fighting - Carl Douglas
Pye / 20th Century - 1974
72 Beat It - Michael Jackson
Epic - 1983
73 Night Fever - Bee Gees
RSO - 1977
74 Mr. Tambourine Man - Byrds
CBS / Columbia - 1965
75 In The Summertime - Mungo Jerry
IRS / Dawn / Janus - 1970
76 Seasons In The Sun - Terry Jacks
Bell - 1974
77 Rock Your Baby - George McCrae
T.K. / RCA - 1974
78 Wind Of Change - Scorpions
Mercury - 1991
79 Daydream Believer - Monkees
Colgems / RCA - 1967
80 In The Air Tonight - Phil Collins
Atlantic - 1981
81 Like A Prayer - Madonna
Sire - 1989
82 Let's Dance - David Bowie
EMI - 1983
83 Karma Chameleon - Culture Club
Virgin / Epic - 1983
84 A Hard Day's Night - Beatles
Parlophone / Capitol - 1964
85 The Boy Is Mine - Brandy & Monica
Atlantic - 1998
86 Yellow Submarine - Beatles
Parlophone / Capitol - 1966
87 Hound Dog - Elvis Presley
RCA - 1956
88 Honky Tonk Women - Rolling Stones
Decca / London - 1969
89 Sugar, Sugar - Archies
RCA - 1969
90 Bette Davis Eyes - Kim Carnes
EMI - 1981
91 The Final Countdown - Europe
Epic - 1986
92 All That She Wants - Ace Of Base
Metronome / Arista - 1993
93 Rose Garden - Lynn Anderson
Columbia - 1971
94 Angie - Rolling Stones
Rolling Stones - 1973
95 Rivers Of Babylon - Boney M.
Hansa / Atlantic - 1978
96 San Fransisco - Scott McKenzie
Ode / CBS - 1967
97 Downtown - Petula Clark
Warner Bros. / Pye - 1965
98 Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana
DGC / Geffen - 1991
99 Relax - Frankie Goes To Hollywood
ZTT / Island - 1984
100 You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - Righteous Brothers
Philles / London - 1964

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Queen-King - 27.08.2007, 16:56

Cool, Queen ist im oberen Segment dabei :grin: 8)

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Black Dog - 07.09.2007, 15:01

Top 15 Albums Of The 70s

15. Sticky Fingers - The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones came into their own in 1968 with Beggar’s Banquet, with that albums back alley blues. They refined this on Let It Bleed, while adding gospel to their repertoire. But it wasn’t until Sticky Fingers that they really figured out how to make an album. Sticky Fingers finds the band finally comfortable with their new lead guitarist, Mick Taylor, and with Mick and Keith at their misogynistic best. It only takes a few seconds of “Brown Sugar” to tell you that the Stones were ready for the seventies.

14. Imagine - John Lennon

John Lennon has made better albums as a solo artist, but few songs can match the honest, utopian ideas of the title track. And it only gets better from there, as the album is filled with both popular Lennon songs and underappreciated ones. One can still find all the anger directed at Paul McCartney in “How Do You Sleep?” and to this day, “Jealous Guy” is as heartbreaking as it was back in 1971.

13. L.A. Woman - The Doors

The last record the Doors recorded with Jim Morrison, but sadly, not the last record they recorded, L.A. Woman contains the best batch of songs the band wrote since their debut. The record includes classic cuts like “Love Her Madly,” the title track, and probably the best song the band wrote, “Riders On The Storm.” It’s clear from this album that Jim Morrison had more left in the tank before he died, and that realization only gets sadder as the years go on.

12. After The Gold Rush - Neil Young

After recording two of his most famous albums (Everyone Knows This Is Nowhere and Déjà Vu), Neil Young released his definitive album, After The Gold Rush. The amount of music inspired by this recording appear endless, and so many of Young’s classic songs are here. Album highlights include “After The Gold Rush,” “Only Love Can Break You Heart,” “Don’t Let It Bring You Down,” and most famous of them all, “Southern Man.,” which as many of you know was the catalyst for some famous Lynyrd Skynyrd lyrics.

11. The Wall - Pink Floyd

At the end of the seventies, Roger Waters was the dictator of Pink Floyd. How badly David Gilmour, Richard Wright and Nick Mason must have wanted to kick him out is anyone’s guess, but at this point Waters was still writing great music. The Wall was a Waters solo album in all but name, since he wrote just about everything on this album, and many consider this to be a testament to his state of mind at the time. While the album contains a few notable songs, “Another Brick In The Wall (Pt. 2),” “Comfortably Numb,” and “Hey You,” the album is a single linear work that everyone should hear from open to end at least once.

10. Raw Power - The Stooges

Technically an album by Iggy And The Stooges, Raw Power consists of most of the band that made their self titled debut and follow-up Funhouse. Stooges guitarist Ron Ashton is now on bass, with James Williamson bring brought on for the guitarist position. The result was an unbelievably powerful album that when considering its context is even more out of place than at first glance. Led Zeppelin was turning blues into metal, the Who were turning power chords into their most melodic form, yet no one was making rock like this. The production may have been a bit too much, but the album is so sharp, it just doesn’t matter.

09. Hunky Dory - David Bowie

Along with Ziggy Stardust, Hunky Dory is the most famous album David Bowie released. Hunky Dory finds Bowie abandoning the heavy metal leanings of The Man Who Sold The World in favor of the more singer/songwriter, folk style that he would soon, also, leave behind. The album is famous for bringing Bowie farther into the main stream, and giving the public its first big dose of the ‘weird’ Bowie.

08. Hotel California - The Eagles

For Hotel California, the Eagles added guitarist Joe Walsh, a guitarist who had worked with them before, but not the extent he would here. The result was to push more of the groups original country-rock sound farther in the background in favor of a more hard rock sound that was associated with Walsh. Out of this came the groups best album, along with some of their best songs. “Hotel California” remains the most famous, but “The New Kid In Town,” “Life In The Fast Lane,” “Wasted Time,” and “Victim Of Love” are also worth mentioning.

07. Born To Run - Bruce Springsteen

In 1975, Springsteen was at the end of his rope. Perhaps because he was hearing things from executives, or perhaps because he was getting nervous, Springsteen believed that if his third album didn’t sell, he would be out of a job. So Springsteen put all of his energy into making what he believed to be the best album he and the band were capable of. Usually, this is a recipe for disaster as such a process leads to overcooked ideas and less energy in the recording. Yet Springsteen and the E Street Band come up with some emotional performances and some great songs. “Born To Run” is still great no matter how many times you listen to it, but my favorites are “Backstreets,” “Jungleland,” and “Thunder Road.”

06. The Dark Side Of The Moon - Pink Floyd

There are few ways to explain how massively popular The Dark Side Of The Moon was, but I’ll try anyway. It spent a record 741 weeks on the Billboard 200, 741! The album, like so many of Pink Floyd’s best works, is not as well known for its songs as for itself as a whole. But, unlike most Floyd albums, there are real songs here. “Money” is the song most familiar with casual fans, but there are also songs “Brain Damage” and “Time,” the latter of which might be the band’s best.

05. What’s Going On - Marvin Gaye

Artists signed to Motown were not supposed to have ideas, or any artistic direction whatsoever. However, the label’s most talented singer, Marvin Gaye, had other ideas. In response to the war, which he was not a supporter of, Gaye wrote some of the greatest songs of his career. However, his label was not having it, and fought him for years. Rumor has it that Label CEO Berry Gordy even went as far as to say that the title track was the worst song he’d ever heard. Recently featured prominently on Rolling Stone’s top 500 album list at number 6, clearly, Gaye was right.

04. Exodus - Bob Marley

While casual fans may only own Bob Marley’s Legend, Exodus is widely considered his definitive statement. In fact, Time magazine named Exodus the greatest album of the 20th century. Besides the great title track, Exodus contains Marley’s most memorable songs, like “Jamming,” “Three Little Birds,” and “One Love.”

03. Blood On The Tracks - Bob Dylan

By 1975, Bob Dylan seemed like he was slowing to a halt creatively. This was all before Blood On The Tracks, which is Dylan’s statement to the world about the status of his marriage. Dylan, who had been personal before, had never revealed this much at once. Songs like “Idiot Wind,” “Tangled Up In Blue,” “Simple Twist Of Faith,” and “Shelter From The Storm” rank among the best tracks Dylan has ever released.

02. Who’s Next - The Who

It took Pete Townshend two years and a mental breakdown to figure out how to follow up The Who’s commercial and artistic breakthrough Tommy. After the band gave up on his Lifehouse project, some of the songs were salvaged for what became the Who’s true magnum opus, Who’s Next. Like few other albums, there is not a bad song in the set, and there are breakthroughs all around. Some of rock’s most powerful statements reside here, such as the bad guy’s perspective anthem “Behind Blue Eyes” and the anti-leadership anthem, “Won’t Get Fooled Again,” not to mention the popular “Baba O’Riley.” This album is single handedly responsible for popularizing the synthesizer as a lead instrument in rock music (for better or worse).

01. Led Zeppelin IV (officially untitled) - Led Zeppelin

Some albums become so big that it becomes ‘uncool’ to champion them. Well, for years that was the case with Led Zeppelin’s officially untitled fourth album. The amount of albums that are in the same league musically as IV can be counted on less than one hand; few albums bring as many genres together so successfully and have the songs to match. There are no bad songs on IV, and yet, there are clear highlights; a feat indeed. “Black Dog” kicks off the album with a bang, owing it’s vocal, instrument, vocal structure to Peter Green era Fleetwood Mac’s “Oh Well” and Muddy Water’s influential Electric Mud LP. Following is radio standby “Rock And Roll” which is so natural it seems like it has existed forever. While the most famous track is “Stairway To Heaven,” and it is well deserving of its acclaim, the real success of the album is the seismic rhythms of “When The Levee Breaks,” which has been sampled so much you wonder which track really was getting more airtime. Despite the fact Led Zeppelin IV is arguably the greatest album of all time, it never reached the number one spot in the U.S. charts (although it did in the U.K.).

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Queen-King - 07.09.2007, 19:30

Zep ist auf Platz eins!!!! Da hat Wolfgang sicher freude :wink:

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Black Dog - 08.09.2007, 07:32

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Black Dog - 08.09.2007, 07:39

Aber schon ist die Freude wieder vorbei ;-)



Uncut's 50 Best Gigs

01 - Jim Hendrix @ Monterey Pop Festival 1967
02 - The Beatles @ Hammersmith Odeon, 1964
03 - The Sex Pistols @ Lesser Free Trade Hall 1976
04 - Bob Marley and the Wailers @ The Luceum, London 1975
05 - David Bowie @ Wembley Empire Pool 1976
06 - Pink Floyd @ The Roundhouse, 1966
07 - Arctic Monkeys @ Sheffield, 2005
08 - Roxy Music @ Newport Country Club, 1972
09 - The White Stripes @ The 100 Club, 2001
10 - The Clash @ New York, 1979
11 - Tinariwen @ Tin Esako, Mali 2001
12 - The Who @ Coventry 1967
13 - The Strokes @ Philadelphia 2002
14 - The Rolling Stones @ MSG, New York 1972
15 - AC/DC @ Hammersmith 1976
16 - REM @ Austin 1981
17 - U2 @ Sarajevo 1997
18 - The Band @ TRAH, London 1971
19 - The Jam @ Brighton, 1982
20 - Little Feat @ The Rainbow Theatre, 1975
21 - Jeff Buckley @ 12 Bar, London 1994
22 - Bruce Springsteen @ Wembley 1992
23 - The Ramones @ The Roundhouse 1976
24 - Spiritualized @ Eden Project, 2002
25 - New Order @ Charing Cross, London, 1981
26 - Bob Dylan @ Lincoln, Nebraska 2006
27 - Deep Purple @ Twickenham, June 1970
28 - My Bloody Valentine @ Exeter 1992
29 - Neil Young and Crazy Horse @ Hammersmith, 1976
30 - Public Enemy @ Hammersmith 1987
31 - Weather Report @ Ronnie Scott's London 1972
32 - Thin Lizzy @ Glasgow, 1976
33 - Radiohead @ Glastonbury 1997
34 - Happy Mondays @ Rio De Janeiro, 1991
35 - Chic @ Hammersmith 1979
36 - The Smiths @ Glasgow 1985
37 - Aphex Twin @ New York 1997
38 - Primal Scream & The Jesus & Mary Chain @ Glasgow 1998
39 - The Cramps @ Memphis 1979
40 - Kraftwerk @ Brixton, 2004
41 - Townes Van Zandt @ New York 1968
42 - The Flaming Lips @ Pontins, Camber Sands 1999
43 - Van Morrison @ Brighton 2006
44 - Devo @ Philadelphia 1981
45 - The Libertines @ London, 2003 (The flat)
46 - Led Zeppelin @ Detroit, 1969
47 - Arcade Fire @ Astroia 2005
48 - Nirvana @ Chicago 1993
49 - Guns and Roses @ Washington 1991
50 - Oasis @ Maine Road, 1996

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maGGus - 08.09.2007, 11:42

Ich möcht mal wissen, woher die wissen, dass der Led Zep Detriot 1969 Auftritt so gut war... gibt ja keine Aufnahme soweit ich weiß

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Black Dog - 08.09.2007, 12:34

Vielleicht hilft das hier weiter!?

Zitat: In this month's UNCUT, our writers, friends and favourite musicians reminisce about their favourite gigs.

The October issue, onsale now, features our best 50 - including Jimi, U2, The Band and Oasis - with rare photos from the shows too.

Now here’s some more – we'll publish one everyday this month - including online exclusives on gigs by Manic Street Preachers,The Stone Roses, Pixies, Beach Boys, and Stereophonics’ Kelly Jones and Babyshambles’ Adam Ficek's favourite live memories too.

Es scheint wohl um Konzert-Erinnerungen zu gehen :roll:

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maGGus - 08.09.2007, 12:40

Achso... aber ich finds echt lustig... Arctic Monkeys auf Platz 5 :roll:

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Queen-King - 08.09.2007, 16:07

[quote]Aber schon ist die Freude wieder vorbei Zitat:

Jim Hendrix ist aber auch ziemlich gut!!!! :wink: 8)

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Black Dog - 08.09.2007, 16:16

Da hast du recht, Patrick 8)

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Queen-King - 09.09.2007, 10:46

Danke :wink:

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Black Dog - 09.09.2007, 13:38

Hier ein laufender Poll...und man kann sogar noch was gewinnen ;-)

Zitat: WDR 200. Das beste Album aller Zeiten
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Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 09.09.2007, 14:56

Hast Du da mitgemacht, Wolfgang????? :o

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 09.09.2007, 16:37

Na klar :lol:

Aber nur bei dem Voting...nicht beim Gewinnspiel. Ich wollte meine Tel-Nr. dort nicht angeben :?

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 09.09.2007, 17:22

Okay!!!

Ich habe da nicht mitgemacht, weil ich meine Adresse nicht angeben wollte!!!! Ich finde die sollten das ohne Angaben machen!!!! :wink:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 09.09.2007, 18:25

Zitat: weil ich meine Adresse nicht angeben wollte!

Musst du doch nicht, Patrick. Keine Adresse...kein Name...keine Mail-Addy...keine Tel.Nr.
Habe ich auch alles nicht angegeben. Du brauchst nur das Album wählen, dass du für das Beste Aller Zeiten hältst...und fertig :grin:
Schau noch mal dort nach ;-)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 09.09.2007, 22:47

Jetzt hat`s geklappt!!!! :wink:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 10.09.2007, 06:20

Gut :grin:
Hörst du dir die Top 200 auch an? :roll:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 10.09.2007, 16:48

Wo kann man das??? :o

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 10.09.2007, 17:10

Auf deren Homepage (WDR2) gibt es einen "Button"....damit kann man den Sender online hören :grin:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 10.09.2007, 19:21

@Wolfgang:

Nein, ich höre die Top 200 nicht!!! :?
Du kannst mir ja berichten was da so los ist :wink:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 11.09.2007, 06:21

Alles werde ich wohl auch nicht hören. Aber vielleicht die Top 20 ;-)

Aber später wird man auf dieser hp lesen können, wie alles ausgegangen ist...

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 11.09.2007, 18:29

Okay!!!! :wink:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 19.09.2007, 14:31

Zitat: The music Australia loved


Lists of top selling albums and most successful performers

The top selling albums of the past ten years

1 Come On Over (Shania Twain)
2 Jagged Little Pill (Alanis Morissette)
3 Innocent Eyes (Delta Goodrem)
4 Savage Garden (Savage Garden)
5 Falling Into You (Celine Dion)
6 Abba Gold (Abba)
7 Immaculate Collection (Madonna)
8 Recurring Dream (Crowded House)
9 Come Away With Me (Norah Jones)
10 Forgiven Not Forgotten (The Corrs)
11 Yourself or Someone Like You (Matchbox 20)
12 Forrest Gump (Soundtrack)
13 The Very Best of (The Eagles)
14 1 (The Beatles)
15 Affirmation (Savage Garden)
16 The Eminem Show (Eminem)
17 Live (Throwing Copper)
18 HIStory (Michael Jackson)
19 Don't Ask (Tina Arena)
20 The Sound of White (Missy Higgins)
21 Soul Deep (Jimmy Barnes)
22 Get Born (Jet)
23 Unplugged (Eric Clapton)
24 Let Go (Avril Lavigne)
25 Barricades and Brickwalls (Kasey Chambers)
26 Fever (Kylie Minogue)
27 Odyssey No 5 (Powderfinger)
28 Remasters (Led Zeppelin)
29 Symbols (Led Zeppelin)
30 The Best of 1980-1990 (U2)
31 The Ultimate Collection (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
32 No Angel (Dido)
33 Greatest Hits (Robbie Williams)
34 Back To Bedlam (James Blunt)
35 Just As I Am (Guy Sebastian)
36 Fallen (Evanescence)
37 That's What I'm Talking About (Shannon Noll)
38 Feeler (Pete Murray)
39 Life For Rent (Dido)
40 Michael Buble (Michael Buble)
41 Breakaway (Kelly Clarkson)
42 Songs About Jane (Maroon 5)
43 Mistaken Identity (Delta Goodrem)
44 American Idiot (Green Day)
45 It's Time (Michael Buble)
46 Love Angel Music Baby (Gwen Stefani)
47 Monkey Business (Black Eyed Peas)
48 So Fresh - Hits of summer 2003 (Various)
49 I'm Not Dead (Pink)
Based on charts since 1995 from the Australian Record Industry Association


The all-time most popular musicians with Australian record buyers
Prepared by David Dale for The Sydney Morning Herald, based on each performer's total sales of vinyl and CD albums

Performer Biggest Year Bestselling Album

1 Elton John 1973 Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
2 The Beatles 1968 Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
3 Billy Joel 1976 Piano Man
4 Paul McCartney 1973 Band on the Run
5 Michael Jackson 1982 Thriller
6 Abba 1975 The Best of Abba
7 John Farnham 1986 Whispering Jack
8 Jimmy Barnes 1985 For The Working Class Man
9 Neil Diamond 1972 Hot August Night
10 Madonna 1990 The Immaculate Collection
11 Fleetwood Mac 1977 Rumours
12 The Rolling Stones 1971 Goat's Head Soup
13 Rod Stewart 1975 Atlantic Crossing
14 Dire Straits 1978 Brothers in Arms
15 Led Zeppelin 1973 Led Zeppelin II
16 Pink Floyd 1973 Dark Side of the Moon
17 Eurythmics 1985 Be Yourself Tonight
18 The Carpenters 1973 Now and Then
19 Celine Dion 1996 Falling Into You
20 Delta Goodrem 2003 Innocent Eyes
21 Savage Garden 1997 Savage Garden
22 Kylie Minogue 2001 Fever
23 Cat Stevens 1971 Teaser and the Firecat
24 Joe Cocker 1971 Cocker Happy
25 Mariah Carey 1994 Music Box
26 U2 1988 Rattle and Hum
27 INXS 1990 The Swing
28 Creedence Clearwater Revival 1970 Cosmo's Factory
29 Cold Chisel 1984 Twentieth Century
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30 Midnight Oil 1983 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
31 Deep Purple 1970 Deep Purple in Rock
32 Elvis Presley 2003 30 #1 Hits
33 The Seekers 1968 The Best of the Seekers
34 Crowded House 1986 Crowded House
35 Leo Sayer 1974 Just a Boy
36 Eagles 1976 Hotel California
37 Meat Loaf 1978 Bat Out of Hell
38 Split Enz 1980 True Colours
39 Australian Crawl 1981 Sirocco
40 Bette Midler 1980 Beaches
41 Lionel Richie 1983 Can't Slow Down
42 Eminem 2002 The Eminem Show
43 David Bowie 1973 Let's Dance
44 Police 1979 Synchronicity
45 Skyhooks 1975 Living in the 70s
46 Bob Dylan 1976 Desire
47 AC/DC 1976 Back in Black
48 The Bee Gees 1999 Saturday Night Fever
49 Queen 1976 Greatest Hits Collection
50 Van Morrison 1974 Astral Weeks

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 19.09.2007, 18:14

Queen ist ganz weit unten!!! :big_wut1

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 19.09.2007, 18:19

Naja...Zep ist auch nicht gerade vorne :big_knuddel

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 19.09.2007, 18:21

:big_gruebel :big_haue1 :big_krank :big_psst

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 27.09.2007, 16:39

Das folgende kommt mir irgendwie bekannt vor :roll:
Vielleicht hatten wir's schon mal...aber egal :wink:

Zitat: Seventies Rock – More than a feeling

zur AuswertungLaut einer sozioland-Umfrage haben die 70er Jahre die beste Rockmusik des Jahrhunderts hervorgebracht. 74 % der Befragten wünschen sich mehr dieser gitarrenlastigen Musik im Radio. Beliebteste Rockband dieses Jahrzehnts ist „Led Zeppelin“.

In einer breit angelegten Umfrage untersuchte sozioland, das Online-Meinungsportal der Respondi AG, die Meinung von über 3.000 Rockfans. Die Umfrageteilnehmer/innen wurden zwischen Anfang Dezember 2006 bis Ende Februar 2007 unter anderem zu Musikern der 70er, der Besonderheit der Rockmusik dieses Jahrzehnts sowie zum Einfluss dieser Ära auf heutige Rockmusik befragt.

Mehr Seventies Rock im Radio
In den 70er Jahren wurde die Rockmusik zum Motor der Jugendbewegung, war lebendig, experimentierfreudig, laut und bisweilen politisch. Kein Wunder also, dass 50% der Befragten die Seventies zum Jahrzehnt der besten Rockmusik wählten. Vor allem die Rockfans jenseits der 40 begeistern sich für den Sound dieser Dekade. Bei den jüngeren Befragten konnte vor allem der Rock aus den 80er Jahren punkten, der mit insgesamt 11% der Stimmen auf den zweiten Platz gewählt wurde. Weitere 29% der Umfrageteilnehmer/innen wollen sich nicht auf eine Zeit festlegen, schließlich gebe es gute Rockmusik “zu jeder Zeit“. Einig sind die Befragten in Bezug auf das Angebot von Seventies Rock im Radio: Ganze 74% empfinden das Angebot als nicht ausreichend und wünschen sich mehr Musik dieses Genres.

Reflections of my life
Rückblickend ist es nicht nur die Musik, die Fans am Rock der 70er schätzen: 38% der Befragten mögen vor allem das damalige Lebensgefühl, dass Sie mit den Songs dieser Zeit verbinden. Besonders die Generation der 60er blickt oft sehnsüchtig zurück: „Bands wie Zeppelin, Doors, Hendrix, Pink Floyd, und und und... zum ersten Male zu hören, gekoppelt mit dem damaligen Lebensgefühl - die Erinnerung allein macht mir immer noch Gänsehaut!“, äußerte sich beispielhaft ein Umfrageteilnehmer. Doch auch die eingängigen Melodien (34%) und die außergewöhnliche Atmosphäre des 70er Rocks (28%) werden von den Befragten besonders hervorgehoben.

Whole Lotta Led Zeppelin
Kontroverse Antworten gab es natürlich auf die Frage, welche Bands aus den 70ern nach Ansicht der Fans auf den Rock-Olymp gehören. Laut sozioland-Umfrage schaffte es die englische Rockband Led Zeppelin mit 35% der Stimmen an die Spitze, dicht gefolgt von ihren Landsmännern, den Musikern von Pink Floyd (34%). Den dritten Platz auf dem Siegertreppchen teilen sich Queen und AC/DC. Die zwei Bands, die unter anderem durch ihre extravagante Bühnenshow begeisterten, konnten je 34% der Stimmen für sich gewinnen.

The Song Remains The Same
Heutzutage ist es für junge Rockbands schwieriger, sich neu zu erfinden, als zu jener Zeit, als die Rockmusik noch in den Kinderschuhen steckte. Doch wie stark schätzen die Befragten den Einfluss der rockigen Sounds der 70er auf heutige Bands ein? Das Ergebnis auf diese Frage ist eindeutig: 65% der Umfrageteilnehmer/innen sehen eine sehr starke Beeinflussung heutiger Bands durch die Vorreiter aus den 60er und 70er Jahren. Dementsprechend stehen die Umfrageteilnehmer/innen auch Coverbands und einzelnen Coverversionen tendenziell offen gegenüber: Für 44% kommt es dabei allein auf die Qualität der Band bzw. die Interpretation des Liedes an.

Sex, Drugs & Rock ´n´ Roll
Neben ihrem musikalischen Können waren zahlreiche Musiker der 70er auch für ihre Drogenexzesse bekannt. Doch Alkohol und bewusstseinserweiternde Drogen beeinflussten nicht nur die Musik, sie führten auch zum Absturz oder gar zum Tod bekannter Rockgrößen. Nach Ansicht der Umfrageteilnehmer/innen gehört für knapp 50% der Befragten ein ausschweifender Lebensstil „ein wenig“ zum Leben eines Rockstars dazu. Oft wurden diese Ausschweifungen jedoch als Phänomen dieser Zeit gesehen: „Wären Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath oder Led Zeppelin ständig nüchtern gewesen, wollte ich nicht wissen, wie ihre Musik wohl geklungen hätte…“, äußerte sich ein Rockfan. Ein anderer schloss mit den Worten: „Ich denke diese Zeiten sind vorbei!!“

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Black Dog - 28.09.2007, 14:20

Bremen Eins aktuell


Sie haben gewählt - wir spielen Ihre Musik!



Unter dem Motto "Nennen Sie uns Ihren Lieblingstitel und gewinnen Sie... " wurden die Hörerinnen und Hörer von Bremen Eins aufgefordert, ihre Lieblingshits zu wählen. Hier sind die Titel 101 - 1. Lassen Sie sich überraschen, welche Interpreten auf den ersten Plätzen gelandet sind.



Platz 101 bis 91


101 Kinks: Dandy
100 Reinhard Mey: Ich liebe dich
99 Chuck Berry: Sweet little sixteen
98 Eric Clapton: Tears in heaven
97 Fats Domino: I'm walkin'
96 Bee Gees: You win again
95 George Harrison: My sweet Lord
94 Sting: Every breath you take
93 Louis Armstrong: What a wonderful world
92 Status Quo: Whatever you want
91 Smokie Living next door to Alice



Platz 90 bis 81
90 Spencer Davis Group: Keep on running
89 Kenny Rogers: What I did for love
88 Johnny Ray: Yes tonight, Josephine
87 Abba: Waterloo
86 Johnny Cash: I walk the line
85 Drafi Deutscher: Marmor, Stein und Eisen
84 Bruce Springsteen: Streets of Philadelphia
83 Elvis Presley: Suspicious minds
82 Buddy Holly: Peggy Sue
81 Chris Rea: Josephine



Platz 80 bis 71
80 Animals: House of the rising sun
79 Texas Lightning: No no never
78 Rolling Stones: Paint it black
77 Robin Gibb: Juliet
76 Billy Joel: Piano man
75 Alphaville: Forever young
74 Karat: Über sieben Brücken musst du gehen
73 Nelly Furtado: All good things (come to an end)
72 Barry Ryan: Eloise
71 Lionel Richie: Hello



Platz 70 bis 61
70 T. Rex: Hot Love
69 Chicago: If you leave me now
68 Queen: I want to break free
67 Bee Gees: Words
66 Heinz Rudolf Kunze: Dein ist mein ganzes Herz
65 Opus: Live is Life
64 Yankees: Halbstark
63 Creedence Clearwater Revival: Have you ever seen the rain
62 Phil Collins: In the air tonight
61 Moody Blues: Nights in white satin



Platz 60 bis 51
60 Udo Jürgens: Aber bitte mit Sahne
59 Barclay James Harvest: Hymn
58 Ina Müller: Orangenhaut
57 Simon & Garfunkel: Bridge over troubled water
56 Toto: Africa
55 Jimi Hendrix: Hey Joe
54 Beatles: All you need is love
53 Dirk Busch: Sie beißt und kratzt
52 Tina Turner: The Best
51 Rolling Stones: Honky Tonk Woman



Platz 50 bis 41
50 Dire Straits: Ticket to heaven
49 Abba: Thank you for the music
48 Ross McManus & The Joe Loss Blue Beats: Patsy Girl
47 Frank Sinatra: My Way
46 Die Original Deutschmacher: Lebenslang Grün-Weiß
45 Joe Cocker: Summer in the city
44 Cat Stevens: Morning has broken
43 Mike Berry: A tribute to Buddy Holly
42 Chris de Burgh: Lady in red
41 Peter Maffay: Und es war Sommer



Platz 40 bis 31
40 Buddy Holly: Oh Boy
39 Scorpions: Wind of change
38 Simon & Garfunkel: The Boxer
37 Roy Orbison: Pretty woman
36 Rolling Stones: Angie
35 Elton John: Crocodile Rock
34 Elvis Presley: In the Ghetto
33 Dire Straits: Sultans of swing
32 Xavier Naidoo: Dieser Weg
31 Lords: Poor Boy



Platz 30 bis 21
30 Status Quo: Rockin' all over the world
29 Simon & Garfunkel: Sound of silence
28 Robby Williams: Angels
27 Queen: A kind of magic
26 Uriah Heep: Lady in Black
25 Abba: Cassandra
24 Herbert Grönemeyer: Mensch
23 John Lennon: Imagine
22 Them: It's all over now Baby Blue
21 Roger Cicero: Frauen regier'n die Welt



Platz 20 bis 11
20 Scott McKenzie: San Francisco
19 Johnny Cash: Ring of fire
18 Beatles: Yesterday
17 Bee Gees: Massachusetts
16 Rod Stewart: Sailing
15 City: Am Fenster
14 Lynyrd Skynyrd: Sweet home Alabama
13 Harpo: Moviestar
12 Beatles: Let it be
11 Led Zeppelin: Stairway to heaven



Platz 10 bis 1
10 Sasha: Lucky day
9 Eagles: Hotel California
8 Bryan Adams: Summer of 69
7 Peter Maffay: Halt dich an mir fest
6 John Miles: Music
5 Abba: Dancing Queen
4 Herbert Grönemeyer: Lied 1 - Stück vom Himmel
3 Rolling Stones: Satisfaction
2 Bruce Springsteen: Jersey Girl
1 Beatles: Hey Jude

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 28.09.2007, 18:42

Queen ist auf Platz 27 :x :evil:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 28.09.2007, 19:03

Muss man mit leben...Zep ist ja auch nicht auf 1 ;-)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 28.09.2007, 23:16

Na Du hast gut reden, Zep ist ja viel weiter vorne :x

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 29.09.2007, 07:23

Sooo viel weiter auch nicht :wink:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 29.09.2007, 15:55

Sie sind viel weiter vorne :P :x

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 29.09.2007, 16:36

Naja...manchmal ist es auch umgekehrt...und Queen ist vor Zep ;-)

Das ist eben der Geschmack der Leute, die dort mitgemacht haben...muss man akzeptieren 8)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 29.09.2007, 21:07

Zitat: muss man akzeptieren

HAHAHA, Du bist ja auch ein Zep-Fan. :P

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 03.10.2007, 08:47

Heute läuft die Sendung:
Zitat: WDR 200. Das beste Album aller Zeiten

Ihr erinnert euch?
Im Moment läuft Platz 97, Phil Collins, In The Air Tonight. Davor liefe gerade Iron Butterfly, In A Gadda Davida...sie haben die 17 Minuten voll ausgespielt :shock: :lol:
Übrigens...ihr könnt den Sender auch online hören :wink:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 03.10.2007, 11:46

Hier könnt ihr schon mal sehen, was bisher kam:

Zitat: Die Liste
Ihre WDR 200-Gewinnerinnen und WDR 200-Gewinner

Platz Künstler Album Titel
66 Genesis Foxtrot Watcher Of The Skies
67 Beatles, The Revolver Eleanor Rigby
68 Eagles Hotel California Hotel California
69 Barclay James Harvest Gone To Earth Hymn
70 Creedence Clearwater Revival Cosmo's Factory Who'll Stop The Rain
71 Young, Neil Harvest Heart Of Gold
72 Red Hot Chilip Peppers Californication Otherside
73 Genesis A Trick Of The Tail Ripples...
74 Who, The Who's Next Won't Get Fooled Again
75 Toten Hosen, Die Ein kleines bisschen Horrorschau Hier kommt Alex
76 A-Ha Hunting High And Low Hunting High And Low
77 Rosenstolz Das große Leben Ich bin ich (Wir sind wir)
78 Stevens, Cat Tea For The Tillerman Father And Son
79 Pink I'm Not Dead Dear Mr. President (feat. Indigo Girls)
80 Rolling Stones, The Aftermath Paint It Black
81 Turner, Tina Private Dancer Private Dancer
82 Santana Supernatural Corazón Espinado
83 Adams, Bryan Reckless Summer Of '69
84 Beach Boys, The Pet Sounds God Only Knows
85 Simply Red Picture Book Holding Back The Years
86 Who, The Tommy Pinball Wizard
87 Lindenberg, Udo Alles klar auf der Andrea Doria Nichts haut einen Seemann um
88 Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin II Whole Lotta Love
89 Coldplay A Rush Of Blood To The Head Clocks
90 Doors, The L.A. Woman Riders On The Storm
91 Depeche Mode Music For The Masses Never Let Me Down Again
92 R.E.M. Out Of Time Losing My Religion
93 Blunt, James Back To Bedlam You're Beautiful
94 Police, The Outlandos d'Amour Roxanne
95 Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Electric Ladyland All Along the Watchtower
96 Beatles, The Rubber Soul In My Life
97 Smiths, The The Queen Is Dead There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
98 Collins, Phil Face Value In the Air Tonight
99 Adams, Bryan Cuts Like A Knife Straight From The Heart
100 Take That Nobody Else Never Forget
101 Iron Butterfly In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida
102 Knopfler, Mark Sailing To Philadelphia Sailing To Philadelphia (feat. James Taylor)
103 Doors, The The Doors The End
104 Alphaville Forever Young Forever Young
105 Stewart, Al Year Of The Cat Year Of The Cat
106 John, Elton Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Candle In The Wind
107 Big Country The Crossing Wonderland
108 Barclay James Harvest Berlin Life Is For Living
109 Police, The Synchronicity Every Breath You Take
110 Saga Worlds Apart Wind Him Up
111 Foreigner 4 Urgent
112 Cash, Johnny At Folsom Prison Folsom Prison Blues
113 Bon Jovi Slippery When Wet Livin' On A Prayer
114 Oasis Definitely Maybe Live Forever
115 Manfred Mann's Earth Band Watch Davy's On The Road Again
116 Jackson, Joe Night And Day Steppin' Out
117 Clash, The London Calling London Calling
118 Police, The Reggatta De Blanc Message In A Bottle
119 De Burgh, Chris The Getaway Don't Pay The Ferryman
120 Williams, Robbie I've Been Expecting You She's The One
121 Simply Red Stars Stars
122 Williams, Robbie Sing When You're Winning The Road To Mandalay
123 Clapton, Eric Slowhand Wonderful Tonight
124 Black Sabbath Paranoid Paranoid
125 Fury In The Slaughterhouse Mono Radio Orchid
126 T. Rex Electric Warrior Get It On
127 Depeche Mode Songs Of Faith And Devotion Walking In My Shoes
128 Creedence Clearwater Revival Green River Bad Moon Rising
129 Joel, Billy The Stranger She Is Always A Woman
130 Guns N' Roses Use Your Illusion I November Rain
131 Sting Bring On The Night Moon Over Bourbon Street
132 U2 All That You Can't Leave Behind Beautiful Day
133 Radiohead OK Computer Karma Police
134 Jackson, Michael Bad Smooth Criminal
135 Diamond, Neil Hot August Night Sweet Caroline
136 ZZ Top Eliminator Gimme all your loving
137 Morissette, Alanis Jagged Little Pill Ironic
138 Lennon, John Imagine Imagine
139 Bush, Kate Hounds Of Love Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)
140 Bisbal, David Premonición Silencio
141 Waits, Tom Rain Dogs Downtown Train
142 Uriah Heep Salisbury Lady In Black
143 Blues Brothers, The The Blues Brothers Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
144 Gabriel, Peter Us Secret World
145 Dylan, Bob Blonde On Blonde Just Like A Woman
146 Fischer Z Red Skies Over Paradise Marlies
147 Beatles, The Love Hey Jude
148 Prince & The Revolution Purple Rain Purple Rain
149 King, Carole Tapestry You've Got A Friend
150 Guns N' Roses Use Your Illusion II Estranged
151 Reamonn Tuesday Supergirl
152 Tears For Fears The Seeds Of Love Woman In Chains
153 Marillion Fugazi Fugazi
154 Dylan, Bob Highway 61 Revisited Like A Rolling Stone
155 Queen Jazz Don't Stop Me Now
156 Joplin, Janis Pearl Me and Bobby McGee
157 Electric Light Orchestra A New World Record Livin' Thing
158 Pink Floyd Animals Pigs On The Wing (Part one)
159 Kraftwerk Computerwelt Computer Liebe
160 BAP Aff un zo Aff un zo
161 Frankie Goes to Hollywood Welcome To The Pleasuredome The Power Of Love
162 Rea, Chris The Road To Hell The Road To Hell, Part 1
163 Verve, The Urban Hymns Bitter Sweet Symphony
164 Red Hot Chilip Peppers Blood Sugar Sex Magik Under The Bridge
165 Soundgarden Superunknown Black Hole Sun
166 Joel, Billy Songs In The Attic You're My Home
167 AC/DC Razor's Edge Thunderstruck
168 Roxette Joyride Spending My Time
169 Dire Straits Alchemy: Dire Straits Live Romeo and Juliet
170 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense Once In A Lifetime
171 Chapman, Tracy Tracy Chapman Talkin' Bout A Revolution
172 Buena Vista Social Club Buena Vista Social Club Chan Chan
173 Rolling Stones, The Stripped Angie
174 Kraftwerk Autobahn Autobahn
175 Cash, Johnny American Recordings Let The Train Blow The Whistle
176 Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Are You Experienced? Hey Joe
177 Adams, Bryan Waking Up The Neighbours (Everything I Do) I Do It For You
178 Who, The Quadrophenia The Real Me
179 Madonna Ray Of Light The Power Of Goodbye
180 Juli Es ist Juli Perfekte Welle
181 Bush, Kate The Kick Inside Wuthering Heights
182 Zappa, Frank Hot Rats Peaches En Regalia
183 Jarre, Jean Michel Oxygene Oxygène IV
184 Dylan, Bob Desire Hurricane
185 Browne, Jackson Running On Empty Running On Empty
186 BAP Affjetaut Ne schöne Jrooß
187 AC/DC Let There Be Rock Whole Lotta Rosie
188 Yes 90125 Owner Of A Lonely Heart
189 U2 The Unforgettable Fire The Unforgettable Fire
190 Timberlake, Justin Futuresex/Lovesounds What Goes Around.../...Comes Around Interlude
191 Diamond, Neil Beautiful Noise Beautiful Noise
192 Queen The Miracle I Want It All
193 Morrison, Van Astral Weeks Sweet thing
194 Manfred Mann's Earth Band The Roaring Silence Blinded By The Light
195 Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin Communication Breakdown
196 King Crimson In The Court Of The Crimson King: An Observation By King Crimson Epitaph
197 Genesis Invisible Touch Land Of Confusion
198 Cure, The Boys Don't Cry Boys Don't Cry
199 Air Moon Safari All I Need
200 The Sex Pistols Never mind the bollocks, here's the Sex Pistols God Save the queen

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 03.10.2007, 18:35

192 Queen The Miracle I Want It All :?

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Freddiebear - 03.10.2007, 19:23

Black Dog hat folgendes geschrieben: In A Gadda Davida...sie haben die 17 Minuten voll ausgespielt :shock: :lol:

:shock: :shock: :shock: :lol: :grin: (Iron Butterfly sind cool, ich glaub, über die muss ich auch ma nen Thread aufmachen. :grin: )

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 03.10.2007, 21:52

Iron Butterfly kenne ich nicht. :?
Wer sind die???? :o

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 04.10.2007, 10:17

Kann Julia vielleicht erklären :wink:

Hier die endgültigen Ergebnisse.
Kein Grund zur Panik, Patty. Ganz vorne sind sie beide wieder nicht, aber diesmal ist Queen weit vor Zep :lol:
Gratuliere an Pink Floyd zum Doppelsieg! 8)

Zitat: WDR 200. Die besten Alben aller Zeiten
Ihre WDR 200-Gewinnerinnen und WDR 200-Gewinner

Platz Künstler Album Titel
01 Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here Wish You Were Here
02 Pink Floyd The Wall Comfortably Numb
03 Beatles, The Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band A Day In The Life
04 Dire Straits Brothers In Arms Brothers In Arms
05 Queen A Night At The Opera Bohemian Rhapsody
06 Pink Floyd Dark Side Of The Moon Time
07 U2 The Joshua Tree With Or Without You
08 ABBA ABBA Gold Dancing Queen
09 Fleetwood Mac Rumours Go Your Own Way
10 Grönemeyer, Herbert 4630 Bochum Bochum
11 Jackson, Michael Thriller Thriller
12 Deep Purple Deep Purple In Rock Child In Time
13 Springsteen, Bruce Born In The U.S.A. Born In The U.S.A.
14 Meat Loaf Bat Out Of Hell Bat Out Of Hell
15 Springsteen, Bruce Born To Run Thunder Road
16 Grönemeyer, Herbert Mensch Mensch
17 Beatles, The Abbey Road Here Comes The Sun
18 Supertramp Crime Of The Century School
19 Marillion Misplaced Childhood Kayleigh
20 AC/DC Back In Black Hells Bells
21 Munro, Donnie Heart of America Stranger To The Pine
22 Genesis The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway Carpet Crawlers
23 Reamonn Wish Starship
24 Metallica Metallica Nothing Else Matters
25 Kiss Destroyer Detroit Rock City
26 Gabriel, Peter So In Your Eyes
27 Queen A Kind Of Magic Who Wants To Live Forever
28 Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IV Stairway To Heaven
29 Beatles, The White Album While My Guitar Gently Weeps
30 Depeche Mode Violator Enjoy The Silence
31 Nirvana Nevermind Come As You Are
32 Supertramp Breakfast In America The Logical Song
33 Runrig The Big Wheel Flower Of The West
34 Dire Straits Dire Straits Sultans Of Swing
35 Rolling Stones, The Exile On Main Street Tumbling Dice
36 AC/DC Highway To Hell Highway To Hell
37 Electric Light Orchestra Out Of The Blue Mr. Blue Sky
38 Simon, Paul Graceland Graceland
39 Jethro Tull Aqualung Locomotive Breath
40 Rolling Stones, The Sticky Fingers Brown Sugar
41 Collins, Phil Serious Hits... Live! Against all odds
42 R.E.M. Automatic For The People Everybody Hurts
43 Rolling Stones, The Beggars Banquet Sympathy For The Devil
44 Cicero, Roger Männersachen Zieh die Schuh aus
45 Queen Innuendo The Show Must Go On
46 Oldfield, Mike Tubular Bells Tubular Bells, Part 1
47 Metallica Master Of Puppets Master Of Puppets
48 Beatles, The Let It Be Let It Be
49 U2 Achtung Baby One
50 Williams, Robbie Swing When You're Winning Mr. Bojangles
51 Beatles, The Help! Yesterday
52 Santana Abraxas Samba Pa Ti
53 Runrig Amazing Things The Greatest Flame
54 Deep Purple Machine Head Highway Star
55 Alan Parsons Project, The Tales Of Mystery And Imagination: Edgar Allan Poe The Raven
56 ABBA The Album Thank You For The Music
57 Melua, Katie Piece By Piece Nine Million Bicycles
58 Presley, Elvis From Elvis In Memphis In The Ghetto
59 Pearl Jam Ten Black
60 Guns N' Roses Appetite For Destruction Sweet Child O' Mine
61 Bon Jovi Keep The Faith Bed Of Roses
62 BAP Vun drinne noh drusse Do kanns zaubere
63 PUR Abenteuerland Abenteuerland
64 Rolling Stones, The Let It Bleed Gimmie Shelter
65 Queen News Of The World We Are The Champions
66 Genesis Foxtrot Watcher Of The Skies
67 Beatles, The Revolver Eleanor Rigby
68 Eagles Hotel California Hotel California
69 Barclay James Harvest Gone To Earth Hymn
70 Creedence Clearwater Revival Cosmo's Factory Who'll Stop The Rain
71 Young, Neil Harvest Heart Of Gold
72 Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication Otherside
73 Genesis A Trick Of The Tail Ripples...
74 Who, The Who's Next Won't Get Fooled Again
75 Toten Hosen, Die Ein kleines bisschen Horrorschau Hier kommt Alex
76 A-Ha Hunting High And Low Hunting High And Low
77 Rosenstolz Das große Leben Ich bin ich (Wir sind wir)
78 Stevens, Cat Tea For The Tillerman Father And Son
79 Pink I'm Not Dead Dear Mr. President (feat. Indigo Girls)
80 Rolling Stones, The Aftermath Paint It Black
81 Turner, Tina Private Dancer Private Dancer
82 Santana Supernatural Corazón Espinado
83 Adams, Bryan Reckless Summer Of '69
84 Beach Boys, The Pet Sounds God Only Knows
85 Simply Red Picture Book Holding Back The Years
86 Who, The Tommy Pinball Wizard
87 Lindenberg, Udo Alles klar auf der Andrea Doria Nichts haut einen Seemann um
88 Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin II Whole Lotta Love
89 Coldplay A Rush Of Blood To The Head Clocks
90 Doors, The L.A. Woman Riders On The Storm
91 Depeche Mode Music For The Masses Never Let Me Down Again
92 R.E.M. Out Of Time Losing My Religion
93 Blunt, James Back To Bedlam You're Beautiful
94 Police, The Outlandos d'Amour Roxanne
95 Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Electric Ladyland All Along the Watchtower
96 Beatles, The Rubber Soul In My Life
97 Smiths, The The Queen Is Dead There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
98 Collins, Phil Face Value In the Air Tonight
99 Adams, Bryan Cuts Like A Knife Straight From The Heart
100 Take That Nobody Else Never Forget
101 Iron Butterfly In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida
102 Knopfler, Mark Sailing To Philadelphia Sailing To Philadelphia (feat. James Taylor)
103 Doors, The The Doors The End
104 Alphaville Forever Young Forever Young
105 Stewart, Al Year Of The Cat Year Of The Cat
106 John, Elton Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Candle In The Wind
107 Big Country The Crossing Wonderland
108 Barclay James Harvest Berlin Life Is For Living
109 Police, The Synchronicity Every Breath You Take
110 Saga Worlds Apart Wind Him Up
111 Foreigner 4 Urgent
112 Cash, Johnny At Folsom Prison Folsom Prison Blues
113 Bon Jovi Slippery When Wet Livin' On A Prayer
114 Oasis Definitely Maybe Live Forever
115 Manfred Mann's Earth Band Watch Davy's On The Road Again
116 Jackson, Joe Night And Day Steppin' Out
117 Clash, The London Calling London Calling
118 Police, The Reggatta De Blanc Message In A Bottle
119 De Burgh, Chris The Getaway Don't Pay The Ferryman
120 Williams, Robbie I've Been Expecting You She's The One
121 Simply Red Stars Stars
122 Williams, Robbie Sing When You're Winning The Road To Mandalay
123 Clapton, Eric Slowhand Wonderful Tonight
124 Black Sabbath Paranoid Paranoid
125 Fury In The Slaughterhouse Mono Radio Orchid
126 T. Rex Electric Warrior Get It On
127 Depeche Mode Songs Of Faith And Devotion Walking In My Shoes
128 Creedence Clearwater Revival Green River Bad Moon Rising
129 Joel, Billy The Stranger She Is Always A Woman
130 Guns N' Roses Use Your Illusion I November Rain
131 Sting Bring On The Night Moon Over Bourbon Street
132 U2 All That You Can't Leave Behind Beautiful Day
133 Radiohead OK Computer Karma Police
134 Jackson, Michael Bad Smooth Criminal
135 Diamond, Neil Hot August Night Sweet Caroline
136 ZZ Top Eliminator Gimme all your loving
137 Morissette, Alanis Jagged Little Pill Ironic
138 Lennon, John Imagine Imagine
139 Bush, Kate Hounds Of Love Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)
140 Bisbal, David Premonición Silencio
141 Waits, Tom Rain Dogs Downtown Train
142 Uriah Heep Salisbury Lady In Black
143 Blues Brothers, The The Blues Brothers Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
144 Gabriel, Peter Us Secret World
145 Dylan, Bob Blonde On Blonde Just Like A Woman
146 Fischer Z Red Skies Over Paradise Marlies
147 Beatles, The Love Hey Jude
148 Prince & The Revolution Purple Rain Purple Rain
149 King, Carole Tapestry You've Got A Friend
150 Guns N' Roses Use Your Illusion II Estranged
151 Reamonn Tuesday Supergirl
152 Tears For Fears The Seeds Of Love Woman In Chains
153 Marillion Fugazi Fugazi
154 Dylan, Bob Highway 61 Revisited Like A Rolling Stone
155 Queen Jazz Don't Stop Me Now
156 Joplin, Janis Pearl Me and Bobby McGee
157 Electric Light Orchestra A New World Record Livin' Thing
158 Pink Floyd Animals Pigs On The Wing (Part one)
159 Kraftwerk Computerwelt Computer Liebe
160 BAP Aff un zo Aff un zo
161 Frankie Goes to Hollywood Welcome To The Pleasuredome The Power Of Love
162 Rea, Chris The Road To Hell The Road To Hell, Part 1
163 Verve, The Urban Hymns Bitter Sweet Symphony
164 Red Hot Chilip Peppers Blood Sugar Sex Magik Under The Bridge
165 Soundgarden Superunknown Black Hole Sun
166 Joel, Billy Songs In The Attic You're My Home
167 AC/DC Razor's Edge Thunderstruck
168 Roxette Joyride Spending My Time
169 Dire Straits Alchemy: Dire Straits Live Romeo and Juliet
170 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense Once In A Lifetime
171 Chapman, Tracy Tracy Chapman Talkin' Bout A Revolution
172 Buena Vista Social Club Buena Vista Social Club Chan Chan
173 Rolling Stones, The Stripped Angie
174 Kraftwerk Autobahn Autobahn
175 Cash, Johnny American Recordings Let The Train Blow The Whistle
176 Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Are You Experienced? Hey Joe
177 Adams, Bryan Waking Up The Neighbours (Everything I Do) I Do It For You
178 Who, The Quadrophenia The Real Me
179 Madonna Ray Of Light The Power Of Goodbye
180 Juli Es ist Juli Perfekte Welle
181 Bush, Kate The Kick Inside Wuthering Heights
182 Zappa, Frank Hot Rats Peaches En Regalia
183 Jarre, Jean Michel Oxygene Oxygène IV
184 Dylan, Bob Desire Hurricane
185 Browne, Jackson Running On Empty Running On Empty
186 BAP Affjetaut Ne schöne Jrooß
187 AC/DC Let There Be Rock Whole Lotta Rosie
188 Yes 90125 Owner Of A Lonely Heart
189 U2 The Unforgettable Fire The Unforgettable Fire
190 Timberlake, Justin Futuresex/Lovesounds What Goes Around.../...Comes Around Interlude
191 Diamond, Neil Beautiful Noise Beautiful Noise
192 Queen The Miracle I Want It All
193 Morrison, Van Astral Weeks Sweet thing
194 Manfred Mann's Earth Band The Roaring Silence Blinded By The Light
195 Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin Communication Breakdown
196 King Crimson In The Court Of The Crimson King: An Observation By King Crimson Epitaph
197 Genesis Invisible Touch Land Of Confusion
198 Cure, The Boys Don't Cry Boys Don't Cry
199 Air Moon Safari All I Need
200 The Sex Pistols Never mind the bollocks, here's the Sex Pistols God Save the queen

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Queen-King - 04.10.2007, 18:57

05 Queen A Night At The Opera Bohemian Rhapsody

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Black Dog - 05.10.2007, 10:14

Zitat: 13 Greatest Live Albums

A few weeks ago it was announced that Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, and John Paul Jones would get back together with John Bonham's son Jason to, essentially, reform Led Zeppelin for a one-off concert in November. To honor the reunion of one of the greatest live rock groups of all time, I thought I'd present the 13 essential live rock albums of the "classic" era. Note that some albums have been omitted because they either don't really fit the genre (James Brown's Live at the Apollo), were heavily dubbed over in the studio (Neil Young's Rust Never Sleeps), done considerably in the studio (Jackson Browne's Running On Empty), or include an incredibly lame guitar talk-box (Peter Frampton's Frampton Comes Alive). So here they are, presented in a rough chronological order of when the concerts were recorded, with the dates of when they were recorded: The 13 essential live albums of rock 'n' roll.


The Yardbirds - Five Live Yardbirds (1964)

The first great live album in the classic, guitar-driven, rock sense, Five Live Yardbirds is particularly noteworthy because it was the first album the group ever released and established their place as one of the premier groups on the British blues scene. Not released in the U.S. for several decades, Five Live Yardbirds, to its advantage, is a very rough and raw listen, with the group absolutely plowing through, among its 10 numbers, Chuck Berry's "Too Much Monkey Business." This album also marks the first recording of a young guitar player by the name of Eric "Slowhand" Clapton.


Bob Dylan - Live 1966, The "Royal Albert Hall" Concert (1966)

Widely bootlegged and officially released in 1998, Live 1966 was the famous concert where a devout folkie yells "Judas" from the crowd, leading Dylan to tell The Band to "play f---ing loud" as they close out with an absolutely vicious version of "Like A Rolling Stone." The first half of the concert is just Dylan with his acoustic guitar and harmonica as he gives moving renditions of "Mr. Tambourine Man," "Visions of Johanna," and "Desolation Row" (which begs the question, how could Dylan remember all the words to that song?). The second half has his backing group, the group soon to be known as The Band (sans Levon Helm), come out and join him for an absolutely electric set that includes phenomenal versions of "Baby Let Me Follow You Down," "Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat," and "One Too Many Mornings." By the end of the concert, Dylan could easily notch a victory over the folkies.


Quicksilver Messenger Service - Happy Trails (1968)

Almost 18 of the album's 48 minutes were recorded in the studio. Nevertheless, Happy Trails serves as the perfect document of the San Francisco acid rock scene. Quicksilver extends Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love?" into a 25 minute, 42 second jam that showcases the trademark of the group: legendary guitarist John Cipollina's prodigious fretwork and whammy bar blending together with Gary Duncan's stinging rhythm guitar, proving themselves to be America's answer to Keith Richards and Brian Jones. An absolute barnburner, Happy Trails shows that hippies could still kick your death in…ya dig?


Johnny Cash - Live at Folsom Prison (1968)

Dance halls, theaters, arenas-- none of these places can even come close to matching the atmosphere present on Live at Folsom Prison. The prisoners at Folsom County hang on every word as the man in black sings songs that could have very well been written about his audience with songs such as "I Got Stripes," "Busted," "25 Minutes To Go," and "The Long Black Veil," among others. Cash and his band, which includes Carl Perkins, knocks the songs "Cocaine Blues" and "Folsom Prison Blues" out of the park, with the latter getting a cheer after Cash sings that he "shot a man in Reno, just to watch him die." The loose atmosphere and sounds of the jail makes you feel more at this concert then any other live album out there, making it the closest you ever want to come to actually being in jail.


Cream - Live Cream, Volume 2 (1968)

In the history of rock and roll, there was never a more talented group than Cream. With Ginger Baker on drums, Jack Bruce on bass, and Eric Clapton on guitar all locked in, they could blow any other group out of the water on stage. Their ferocious sound and jazz-inspired jams completely changed the landscape of live rock performances. And while other groups have live albums that are superior to any that Cream has officially released, Live Cream, Volume 2 does a great job of portraying Cream's proficiency onstage. The trio delivers an intense "Tales of Brave Ulysses" and "White Room." Clapton plays an absurdly great solo on "Sunshine of Your Love," and the 13-and-a-half minute "Steppin' Out" demonstrates just how much these three really were the cream of the crop.


The Grateful Dead - Live/Dead (1969)

No group has staked its reputation on its live performances as much as The Grateful Dead. For a band whose studio album production was somewhat inconsistent, especially after 1970, yet remained one of the most popular touring acts through the early '90s tells you just how good the Dead were onstage. And while the Dead's live legacy has been preserved more extensively then any other group through the massive "Dick's Picks" catalogue, 1969's Live/Dead is the album that best demonstrates the Dead's onstage prowess in the midst of their heyday. The epic 23 minute-plus "Dark Star" from Live/Dead remains The Grateful Dead's signature song and "St. Stephen" takes its place as another signature of The Grateful Dead's live canon. For more live Dead, make sure to check out Europe '72 and Dick's Picks, Vol. 4, the best among all the Dick's Picks re-releases.


The Rolling Stones - Get Yer Ya Ya's Out (1969)

When you're The Rolling Stones, in the middle of one of the greatest runs in rock history, with your most talented lineup, playing on an on night, you know you're going to put out a great live album. And that's just what you get with Get Yer Ya Ya's Out. The Stones execute a great performance of Robert Johnson's "Love in Vain" and rework their own "Stray Cat Blues" to give it a different take. Mick Taylor shows how great of a guitar player he was in the Stones with his solos on "Sympathy for the Devil," "Street Fighting Man," and the nine-minute long "Midnight Rambler" is absolutely prolific. By this time the Stones were calling themselves, "The greatest rock 'n' roll group in the world;" Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out is the album that verified this statement.


Jimi Hendrix - Band of Gypsies (1970)

I personally prefer my Hendrix with Noel Redding and the much underrated Mitch Mitchell. Yet, there is no denying that a live show of Hendrix was all about seeing Jimi light it up on his axe. And amongst all the re-released live albums that Hendrix has out there, it's the first live album of his that shows his most impressive work on the fret board. "Who Knows" has Hendrix, as usual, testing the limits of the guitar while "Message to Love" shows his onstage musicianship. And words cannot even begin to describe what Hendrix does with his guitar on a twelve-and-a-half long "Machine Gun." His performance on "Machine Gun" is otherworldly and, sonically, one of the most advanced things to ever be played on guitar. It alone makes Band of Gypsies a must buy.


The Who - Live at Leeds [Expanded Version] (1970)

The Who Sell Out, Tommy, and Quadrophenia were all marvelously written studio albums and "I Can't Explain," "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere," and "My Generation" brought out an incredibly raw and tenacious side of rock in the mid '60s, but if you haven't listened to Live at Leeds then you really don't have a true understanding of who The Who are. "Summertime Blues," "Fortune Teller, and "Heaven and Hell" are all out attacks on the eardrums, the last of which will give you a whole new appreciation for Pete Townshend as a guitar player. An almost 16 minute long "My Generation" provides the ferociousness of the original groundbreaking single, then meanders through parts of Tommy in a lengthy jam. "A Quick One, While He's Away" sounds as brilliant as it always did in their live shows. In terms of the best live rock album of all-time, I always find myself going back and forth between Live at Leeds and…


The Allman Brothers Band - At Fillmore East (1971)

When a legendary group's best album happens to be a live one, you know that album must be something else. Live at the Fillmore East is just an absolute masterpiece, probably the closest to perfection a live album has come in rock 'n' roll. The opener, a cover of Blind Willie McTell's "Statesboro Blues," gives us one of the most prodigious guitar performances ever, compliments of Duane Allman and his slide. The band shows how versatile they are with fast paced and charging songs "Hot 'Lanta" and "You Don't Love Me," and also slowing things up for the bluesy "Stormy Monday" and the jazzy "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed." The capper, a 23 minute long "Whipping Post," will leave you absolutely breathless. I'll go ahead and say that The Who's Live at Leeds is just the greatest live album by a British group. This is the greatest live album of all time, an absolute must-have for any sort of rock fan.


Pink Floyd - Live at Pompeii (1971)

This is a weird selection for several reasons. For one, I'm not even sure this exists in album form, it's a live film. Second off, the performance (for the most part) takes place in the ruined amphitheater of Pompeii, Italy with no audience aside from a bunch of roadies and recording techs. That being said, this live recording shows Pink Floyd at their peak performing period, before their music became heavily album oriented and driven by studio techniques. Floyd provides an absolutely assaulting version of the first ten minutes or so of the epic "Echoes," an insane and spaced-out "A Saucerful of Secrets," and a thrilling "One of These Days." Just an absolutely cool DVD to have, this would be great to watch while stoned…you know, if that sort of thing was legal. (Note: make sure you select to watch the "Original Film" rather then the "Main Film." The "Main Film" has a lot of incredibly cheesy visual effects added in).


Led Zeppelin - How The West Was Won (1972)

For years, if Zeppelin fans wanted to hear them on a live album, they had to settle with the very sub-par The Song Remains the Same. That was until 2003, when bits of two legendary L.A. concerts from 1972 were officially released as the triple disc How the West Was Won, giving just documentation to one of the greatest live acts of all time. Catching Zeppelin at their absolute peak, the group smashes its way through "Black Dog" -- with the riff from "Out on the Tiles" opening up the song - and "Rock and Roll" while they slow things down to provide a rousing homecoming for "Going to California." Jimmy Page displays his black magic guitar playing on "Since I've Been Loving You," Robert Plant's voice sounds fresh throughout the entire set, and oh yeah, "Stairway to Heaven" is on here too.


Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band - Live/1975-85 (1975-1985…duh)

Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band's live shows are a thing of legend. The Boss would get up there and crank out these three hour long shows where, when he came out to do an encore, it was a miracle that he was still able to walk, let alone sing. So, in saying that, it's a bit of a disappointment that there isn't really a live album to document one of these singular performances. However, Live/1975-85, a compilation of bits and pieces of live sets over those years, does a perfect job of translating Bruce's and Co.'s onstage intensity onto record and since it runs at about three-and-a-half hours long, it's almost like witnessing a Bruce show in its entirety. Highlights include "Backstreets," "Born to Run," "Cadillac Ranch," "It's Hard to be a Saint in the City," "The River," and "Because the Night," a song that Springsteen co-wrote with Patti Smith in which Smith made famous.

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maGGus - 05.10.2007, 10:31

Da fehlt aber ein wirklich ESSENTIELLES Live Album... :shock: :shock:

Deep Purple - Made in Japan

...aber ansonsten steht schon sehr viel wahres drinnen..vor allem bei Live at Leeds...wer das nicht kennt, kennt Who wirklich nicht richtig :wink:

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Black Dog - 05.10.2007, 11:39

Sehe ich beides genau so, wie du :grin:
Thin Lizzy fehlt auch noch :wink:

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maGGus - 05.10.2007, 12:07

Ich wusste gar nicht dass das Yardbirds Live Album so wichtig sein muss.. das hab ich auf als Erstpressung auf Platte...muss ich vielleicht mal wieder rauskramen :roll: :wink:

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Queen-King - 05.10.2007, 15:30

Live Magic fehlt auch :wink:

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Black Dog - 06.10.2007, 07:32

Top 100
Rock Albums of All Time

The Categories
Performance: (100 Points) Simply put, how well did the band or artist play on the record? Technical ability, soul and beyond.

Songs and Songwriting: (100 Points) How good are the songs on the record? Were they great originals, killer covers, reinterpretations that were better than the original? All would spike the score in this category.

Sound: (50 Points) - How good does the record sound? Did it ever get released in a high-resolution or surround sound format? If so, that would get a few extra points. Was the record a breakthrough record for recording techniques or does it just plain sound good on a CD? These are all factors in a high score for sound.

Production: (50 Points) - Great sound doesn’t always match with great production (think Wall of Sound from Phil Spector). Slick production, unique instrumentation, development of important "sounds" all factor into a high score in this category.

Staying Power: (50 Points) - To be a truly great album, the record needs to be as relevant today as it when it came out.

Concept/Continuity: (50 Points) - This is the X Factor category where albums that are great from the first note to the last get the highest grades. Think of The Police's Synchronicity and the stiff song "Mother" as an example of a great record with one bad track. Records that are great from top to bottom receive the best grades here.


Album
Band

1 to 100

1 to 50
1 to 400

Performance

Songs
Sound

Production

Staying
Power

Continuity/
Concept

Total
1. Dark Side Of The Moon Pink Floyd 98 99 50 49 49 49 394
2. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band The Beatles 98 98 48 49 50 49 392
3. Electric Ladyland The Jimi Hendrix Experience 99 98 48 48 49 49 391
4. Led Zeppelin II Led Zeppelin 98 98 48 46 49 49 388
5. The Wall Pink Floyd 97 97 48 49 49 47 387
6. Led Zeppelin I Led Zeppelin 97 98 47 46 48 49 385
7. Security Peter Gabriel 98 99 45 48 46 48 384
8. Are You Experienced? The Jimi Hendrix Experience 98 98 43 46 50 48 383
9. The Joshua Tree U2 96 97 46 47 48 48 382
10. Led Zeppelin III Led Zeppelin 94 99 46 46 48 47 380
11. Abbey Road The Beatles 97 98 44 47 48 45 379
12. Led Zeppelin IV Led Zeppelin 96 94 45 45 49 47 376
13. (MCMLXXXIV) 1984 Van Halen 96 95 44 47 47 46 375
14. Mothership Connection Parliament 96 97 41 44 49 47 374
15. Rubber Soul The Beatles 94 96 44 44 48 47 373
16. ABACAB Genesis 93 97 46 47 45 43 371
17. Aja Steely Dan 92 93 47 46 46 46 370
18. Unplugged Eric Clapton 96 96 45 42 46 44 369
19. Peter Gabriel III Peter Gabriel 95 95 43 43 43 48 367
20. Fragile Yes 98 95 45 42 42 45 367
21. Magical Mystery Tour The Beatles 93 95 42 42 47 46 365
22. Axis Bold As Love The Jimi Hendrix Experience 95 92 43 44 45 45 364
23. Thriller Michael Jackson 90 93 44 47 45 44 363
24. Hell Freezes Over The Eagles 89 94 48 43 44 44 362
25. Wish You Were Here Pink Floyd 91 90 45 44 45 47 362
26. BBC Sessions Led Zeppelin 94 97 37 39 48 46 361
27. Hotel California The Eagles 90 92 45 43 46 43 359
28. Appetite For Destruction Guns N' Roses 91 93 44 44 44 42 358
29. Van Halen Van Halen 94 94 40 42 45 43 358
30. Close To The Edge Yes 97 89 40 43 41 47 357
31.
In The Court Of The Crimson King King Crimson 94 92 39 43 41 47 356
32. Let It Be The Beatles 89 91 43 43 45 44 355
33. Synchroncity The Police 90 93 44 43 43 41 354
34. Revolver The Beatles 91 93 40 42 43 43 352
35.
The Doors The Doors 87 91 42 41 48 42 351
36. LA Woman The Doors 87 89 42 42 45 45 350
37. Graceland Paul Simon 89 85 45 44 42 42 347
38. Houses Of The Holy Led Zeppelin 89 87 44 43 42 41 346
39. Peter Gabriel I Peter Gabriel 90 92 38 40 41 44 345
40. Talking Book Stevie Wonder 86 87 42 43 44 40 342
41. Rio Duran Duran 84 87 40 44 45 41 341
42. Physical Graffiti Led Zeppelin 87 86 42 42 41 41 339
43.
Purple Rain Prince and the Revolution 86 85 40 42 43 42 338
44. Back In Black AC/DC 81 88 42 41 44 40 336
45. Brothers In Arms Dire Straits 83 85 46 43 39 39 335
46. Tattoo You The Rolling Stones 84 85 42 40 42 38 331
47. Joshua Judges Ruth Lyle Lovett 84 85 44 42 38 37 330
48.
Slowhand Eric Clapton 87 84 41 39 41 37 329
49. So Peter Gabriel 84 86 37 40 40 40 327
50. Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs Derek And The Dominos 83 85 36 37 43 40 324
51. Born To Run Bruce Springsteen 81 80 38 40 42 42 323
52.
Rumours Fleetwood Mac 83 84 39 39 39 38 322
53. Discipline King Crimson 90 79 39 38 34 39 319
54. Moving Pictures Rush 86 81 37 37 37 39 317
55. ...And Justice For All Metallica 89 85 26 35 40 41 316
56. Ride The Lightning Metallica 83 84 34 37 36 41 315
57. Learning To Crawl The Pretenders 84 82 34 36 40 36 312
58. Nothing Like The Sun Sting 83 83 38 37 34 36 311
59. Born In The USA Bruce Springsteen 78 79 37 38 39 38 309
60. Chicago Transit Authority Chicago 82 78 37 38 35 36 306
61. Tommy The Who 81 77 37 36 37 37 305
62. Quadrophenia The Who 80 75 37 38 35 39 304
63. Van Halen II Van Halen 83 78 35 36 35 36 303
64. The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars David Bowie 77 81 35 35 37 36 301
65. A Night At The Opera Queen 76 68 41 39 40 36 300
66. Blood Sugar Sex Magik Red Hot Chili Peppers 77 79 37 36 35 35 299
67.
Ten Pearl Jam 80 79 33 34 36 36 298
68. Zooropa U2 81 79 36 37 29 34 296
69.
Metallica (Black Album) Metallica 77 74 35 32 39 38 295
70. No Jacket Required Phil Collins 74 75 37 38 34 35 293
71. Saturday Night Fever Soundtrack Various Artists 76 79 33 35 38 31 292
72. Never Mind The Bullocks The Sex Pistols 82 77 27 31 40 34 291
73. That's The Way Of The World Earth, Wind & Fire 76 78 35 35 32 32 288
74. In Through The Out Door Led Zeppelin 71 72 36 36 36 35 286
75. This Is Spinal Tap Soundtrack Spinal Tap 71 77 30 37 37 33 285
76. Pet Sounds The Beach Boys 77 73 38 36 36 24 284
77. At Fillmore East The Allman Brothers 75 72 34 31 35 36 283
78. Master Of Puppets Metallica 75 70 31 33 36 36 281
79. Disraeli Gears Cream 74 71 33 33 33 36 280
80. Again Buffalo Springfield 73 72 33 32 34 35 279
81. Thick As A Brick Jethro Tull 69 73 32 32 33 37 276
82.
Music From Big Pink The Band 69 68 35 40 32 31 275
83. Slippery When Wet Bon Jovi 74 73 30 31 35 30 273
84. Emerson, Lake & Palmer Emerson, Lake & Palmer 72 68 35 33 29 34 271
85. Blind Faith Blind Faith 73 72 32 31 31 31 270
86. The Yes Album Yes 75 69 31 31 30 33 269
87. Blood, Sweat & Tears Blood, Sweat & Tears 71 70 31 32 32 30 266
88. Undertow Tool 73 65 36 33 27 31 265
89. Paul's Boutique The Beastie Boys 76 73 27 28 29 31 264
90. Déjà Vu Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 68 64 32 33 33 33 263
91. Pump Aerosmith 67 67 32 33 31 31 261
92. 1999 Prince 68 65 29 32 33 32 259
93. Abraxas Santana 70 64 30 30 34 29 257
94. Bad Michael Jackson 66 64 33 36 28 29 256
95. Like A Virgin Madonna 59 66 30 38 34 28 255
96. Supernatural Santana 72 59 33 31 30 26 251
97. The Long Run The Eagles 63 65 31 32 30 29 250
98. Toys In The Attic Aerosmith 64 66 30 30 31 27 248
99. Exodus Bob Marley & The Wailers 61 65 28 27 34 32 247
100. The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway Genesis 68 61 29 30 25 31 244

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maGGus - 06.10.2007, 10:44

Platz 1 ist auf jedenfall richtig so :grin:

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Queen-King - 06.10.2007, 12:14

Wo ist Queen auf dieser Liste????? :roll:

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Black Dog - 06.10.2007, 12:46

Platz 65 :?

Vielleicht liegt es daran, dass dieser Poll von einer amerikanischen Seite stammt!?
Queen sind in Amerika nicht so gross, wie z.B. in England. Kann sein, dass es daran liegt :roll:

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Queen-King - 06.10.2007, 12:57

Zitat: Queen sind in Amerika nicht so gross, wie z.B. in England. Kann sein, dass es daran liegt

Nein, daran liegt es nicht. Queen hatte auch ein grosse Ansehen in Amerika :wink:

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Black Dog - 06.10.2007, 13:58

Ja, das schon. Aber nicht vergleichbar, mit ihrem Erfolg in England. Das ist einfach so...aber es ist nicht schlimm :wink:

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Queen-King - 06.10.2007, 16:01

Zitat: mit ihrem Erfolg in England

Da hast Du recht!!!!!!! :wink:

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Black Dog - 08.10.2007, 11:31

Da wird sich jemand freuen :grin:


Zitat: It's A Rhap! Queen Vid Voted Best Of All Time

(Monday October 08, 2007 05:42 AM)

Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody has been voted the UK's best music video of all time. Nearly a third of those quizzed in the survey (30%) said the groundbreaking video for the rock opera-style song was their top choice.

Michael Jackson's Thriller came second with 13% of the vote, just pipping Justin Timberlake's Cry Me A River, which received 12%.

Norwegian trio A-Ha's mix of animation and film in Take O Me came in fourth, with 7%.

And the power of the internet was once again shown by OK Go's A Million Ways, which came fifth with 9%.

The home-made video, which sees the band perform a choreographed routine in their back garden, was downloaded by nine million people worldwide.

And there was more bad news for troubled singer Britney Spears, whose debut video ... Baby One More Time, which features her dressed as a schoolgirl, limped in at 15th, with 2% of votes.

As well as being beaten by her ex Timberlake, she was also trounced by her former Mickey Mouse Club colleague Christina Aguilera, who received 4% of the vote for the controversial video Dirrty.

The survey of 1,051 adults found "the video relating to the song" was the most important factor in what made a good music video, with 56% plumping for it.

Some 32% chose "good choreography", making it the second most important factor.

And 16% thought "an attractive lead singer" was important, while 11% put a "sexy video" as a vital ingredient.

O2 commissioned the survey to celebrate its sponsorship of the Best Video category of the 2007 Q Music Awards.

The UK's Top 15 best music videos of all time are as follows:

1. Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody (30%)

2. Michael Jackson - Thriller (13%)

3. Justin Timberlake - Cry Me A River (12%)

4. OK Go - A Million Ways (9%)

5. A-Ha - Take On Me (7%)

6. Robert Palmer - Addicted To Love (4%)

7. Sinead O'Connor - Nothing Compares 2 U (4%)

8. REM - Losing My Religion (4%)

9. Christina Aguilera - Dirrty (4%)

10. Madonna - Like A Prayer (3%)

11. Jamiroquai - Virtual Insanity (3%)

12. Lionel Ritchie - Hello (3%)

13. Duran Duran - Rio (2%)

14. Oasis - Wonderwall (2%)

15. Britney Spears - ... Baby One More Time (2%)


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Queen-King - 08.10.2007, 15:03

:big_super :big_super :big_super :big_super :big_super

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Black Dog - 08.10.2007, 15:36

:big_hand

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Queen-King - 08.10.2007, 16:32

:big_knuddel

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Black Dog - 09.10.2007, 16:34

Diesmal bin ich froh, dass Robert nicht auf Platz 1 ist :lol:

Zitat: Sting tops list of worst lyricists
Tue Oct 9, 2007 8:38 AM EDT160

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Maybe Sting should start writing more instrumentals. The school teacher-turned-rock star topped Blender's list of the worst lyricists, thanks to lines that betray "mountainous pomposity (and) cloying spirituality," the music magazine said.

The survey, contained in the November issue that hits newsstands next week, placed Rush drummer Neil Peart at No. 2, Creed frontman Scott Stapp at No. 3, Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher at No. 4, and soft-rocker Dan Fogelberg at No. 5.

Blender assailed Sting for such alleged sins as name-dropping Russian novelist Vladimir Nabokov in the Police tune "Don't Stand So Close to Me," quoting a Volvo bumper sticker ("If You Love Someone Set Them Free"), and co-opting the works of Chaucer, St. Augustine and Shakespeare.

A spokeswoman for the English rocker, who is currently in Belgium on the Police's reunion world tour, did not respond to a request for comment.

Blender described Canadian rocker Peart's lyrics as "richly awful tapestries of fantasy and science," and said Gallagher "seemed incapable of following a metaphor through a single line, let alone a whole verse."

Further down the ranks, Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant (No. 23) was derided for his Tolkienesque musings on Gollum and Mordor in "Ramble On."

Carly Simon (No. 31) was mocked for rhyming "yacht," "apricot" and "gavotte" in "You're So Vain."

Paul McCartney made No. 38, thanks in part to "Ebony and Ivory," his socially conscious duet with Stevie Wonder.

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Queen-King - 09.10.2007, 22:31

Um was geht es bei dieser "Aufzählung"???? :roll:

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Black Dog - 10.10.2007, 06:16

Wer die schlechtesten Song-Texte geschrieben hat.

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Queen-King - 10.10.2007, 14:36

Zitat: Wer die schlechtesten Song-Texte geschrieben hat.

Hat Robert dann einen schlechten Text geschrieben??? :o

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Black Dog - 10.10.2007, 15:33

Ich kann das nicht so beurteilen, da ich nicht so gut englisch kann.

Aber der Punkt, den die schlecht fanden, war wohl, weil Robert in manchen Texten Bezug zu 'Herr Der Ringe' genommen hat.
Ich verstehe nicht, was daran schlecht sein soll :roll:

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Queen-King - 10.10.2007, 16:14

Zitat: Ich verstehe nicht, was daran schlecht sein soll

Eben, ich auch nicht!!! :roll:

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Freddiebear - 11.10.2007, 19:20

Queen-King hat folgendes geschrieben: Iron Butterfly kenne ich nicht. :?
Wer sind die???? :o

Eine... Band? :lol:

Ich kenn die auch net soooo gut.
Ich glaub aber, die waren unter den Pionieren dessen, was dann später beispielsweise Deep Purple gamacht haben usw.
Hör dir mal Iron Butterfly - In a gadda da vida an, dann weißt du, was ich meine. :wink: Das war 1966!
Ich hab das In a gadda da vida Album von meinem Onkel ausgeliehen, die anderen Lieder sind auch alle toll! Aber In a gadda da vida ist irgendwie so ne Art "Prototyp".

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Black Dog - 14.10.2007, 09:02

Über die Reihenfolge kann man streiten :roll:
Aber eine interessante Idee 8)

The 40 Greatest albums of all time

Link

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Queen-King - 18.10.2007, 19:07

Bei mir funktioniert der Clip nicht :?
Wo ist Queen in dieser "Aufzählung????

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Black Dog - 18.10.2007, 19:21

Sie waren dabei...hab aber vergessen, wo :oops:
Wieso geht der Clip nicht??? :roll:

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Queen-King - 18.10.2007, 20:48

Zitat: Wieso geht der Clip nicht???

Ich habe keine Ahnung!!!! :oops:
Der Clip bleibt immer bei Platz 37 stehen :?

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Black Dog - 28.10.2007, 13:06

Zitat: Cash film is voted top music biopic

(Sunday October 28, 2007 08:06 AM)

Johnny Cash drama Walk The Line has been voted the greatest music biopic.

Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon starred in the Oscar-winning film about the country music legend.

Eminem's 8 Mile was second, followed by Mozart film Amadeus. Ray, starring Jamie Foxx as musician Ray Charles, was fourth.

The Doors biopic featuring Val Kilmer as doomed star Jim Morrison was fifth.

More than 2,000 movie fans were polled by online DVD firm Lovefilm.

The most recent film to make the top 10 was Joy Division biopic Control, which debuted at the Cannes Film Festival and was released in the UK earlier this month. Newcomer Sam Riley plays tragic frontman Ian Curtis.

The rest of the top 10 included Tina Turner epic What's Love Got To Do With It, the tale of Sid Vicious' downfall in Sid And Nancy, Ritchie Valens film La Bamba and Backbeat, the story of "fifth Beatle" Stuart Sutcliffe.

Lovefilm.com spokeswoman Fliss White said: "Film and music make a great partnership and have resulted in some of the best acting performances in film.

"This poll showcases the very best the genre has to offer - whether it be a portrayal of a foul-mouthed rapper, a Motown legend or a classical composer."

https://www.lovefilm.com/(Lovefilm)

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Queen-King - 28.10.2007, 13:30

Zitat: Johnny Cash drama Walk The Line

Hat jemand von Euch den Film gesehen??? :roll:

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Black Dog - 28.10.2007, 18:09

Ja, ich habe ihn gesehen...und kann ihn nur wärmstens empfehlen 8)

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maGGus - 28.10.2007, 18:13

Wunderschöner Film. Manchmal kamen mir echt fast die Tränen...

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Queen-King - 28.10.2007, 22:44

Zitat: Manchmal kamen mir echt fast die Tränen...

:o

Um was geht es in diesem Film??? :roll:

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Black Dog - 31.10.2007, 08:45

Um das Leben und die Karriere von Johnny Cash...



Was macht U2 in dieser Liste!? :shock:

Zitat: This list was provided by MSNBC's Eric Olsen on March 30, 2004. His rules for inclusion and exclusion are as follows:
• The group had to be an actual band and not solo artists with backup bands. This eliminated a lot of people such as Chuck Berry, Elvis, Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan (and I suppose Janis Joplin, who would have been on my list).
• The bands had to be within what Olsen calls the "greater circle of rock music" and had to generate all or most of their own material.
• Other factors included staying power (popularity over time), musical and cultural influence and the "It's a Wonderful Life" factor, which is the damage that would be done if the band were to be removed from rock history (the greater the damage, the greater the band).




Ok, hier mit kann ich leben ;-)

Zitat:

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Queen-King - 31.10.2007, 14:57

Zitat: Ok, hier mit kann ich leben

:lol:



Ich kann mit der oberen Liste nicht leben :x

Wenn es eine solche Liste mit den besten Rock-Sänger gibt, dann poste das bitte, Wolfgang!!!!!!! :wink:

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Queen-King - 31.10.2007, 14:59

Wer ist eigentlich dieser Slash???? :shock:

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Black Dog - 31.10.2007, 15:23

Slash...früher Gitarrist bei Guns n Roses...


Dein Wunsch ist mir Befehl ;-)

Zitat: Greatest 'Male' Rock Vocalists

1. Freddie Mercury (Queen, Solo)
2. Jackie Wilson
3. Jeff Buckley
4. Sam Cooke
5. Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin, Solo)
6. Ian Gillan (Deep Purple, Solo)
7. Steve Perry (Journey, Solo)
8. Roy Orbison
9. Chris Cornell (Soundgarden, Temple Of The Dog, Solo)
10. Clyde McPhatter (Drifters, Dominoes, Solo)
11. Elvis Presley
12. Geoff Tate (Queensryche)
13. Marvin Gaye
14. Mike Patton (Faith No More, Mr. Bungle)
15. Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden, Solo)
16. Stevie Wonder
17. Ronnie James Dio (Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Solo)
18. Al Green
19. Tim Buckley
20. Tony Williams (Platters)
21. Rob Halford (Judas Priest)
22. Smokey Robinson
23. Curtis Mayfield
24. Roger Daltrey (The Who, Solo)
25. Roy Hamilton
26. Solomon Burke
27. Little Willie John
28. Michael Matijevic (Steelheart)
29. Little Richard
30. Paul Rodgers (Free, Bad Company, Queen)
31. Roy Khan (Kamelot)
32. Burton Cummings (The Guess Who, Solo)
33. Paul McCartney (The Beatles, Wings, Solo)
34. Sebastian Bach (Skid Row)
35. Eddie Kendricks (The Temptations, Solo)
36. Dan McCafferty (Nazareth)
37. Brad Delp (Boston)
38. Dennis DeYoung (Styx, Solo)
39. Wilson Pickett
40. Sam Moore (Sam & Dave)
41. Joe Cocker
42. Ben E. King (The Drifters, Solo)
43. Luther Vandross
44. Carl Wilson (Beach Boys)
45. Van Morrison (Them, Solo)
46. Peter Cetera (Chicago)
47. Richard Manuel (The Band)
48. Bill Medley (The Righteous Brothers, Solo)
49. Barry White
50. Levi Stubbs (Four Tops)
51. Eric Burdon (Animals, War, Solo)
52. David Ruffin (The Temptations, Solo)
53. Billy Joel
54. David Bowie
55. Axl Rose (Guns N Roses)
56. James Brown
57. Brian Wilson (Beach Boys)
58. David Byron (Uriah Heep)
59. Philip Bailey (Earth, Wind & Fire)
60. Lou Gramm (Foreigner)
61. Layne Staley (Alice In Chains, Mad Season)
62. Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple)
63. Elton John
64. Justin Hayward (Moody Blues)
65. Otis Redding
66. Frankie Valli (The Four Seasons, Solo)
67. Jimmy Beaumont (The Skyliners)
68. Prince
69. John Farnham (The Little River Band)
70. Maynard James Keenan (Tool, Perfect Circle)
71. Jim Morrison (The Doors)
72. Rod Stewart (The Jeff Beck Group, Solo)
73. Dion (Dion and The Belmonts)
74. Jimi Jamison (Survivor)
75. Greg Lake (ELP, King Crimson)
76. Del Shannon
77. Philip Anselmo (Pantera)
78. Art Garfunkel (Simon & Garfunkel, Solo)
79. Dennis Edwards (The Temptations)
80. Cedric Bixler-Zavalla (At The Drive In, The Mars Volta)
81. Jimmy Gnecco (Ours)
82. Bono (U2)
83. Neil Diamond
84. Bob Seger
85. Jack Bruce (Cream)
86. Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge, Mayfield 4)
87. Steve Winwood (Traffic, Solo)
88. Bill Withers
89. Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam)
90. Russell Allen (Symphony X)
91. Todd Rundgren
92. Klaus Meine (Scorpions)
93. Meat Loaf
94. James Taylor
95. Steve Marriott (Humble Pie)
96. Sammy Hagar (Van Halen, Solo)
97. Robin Zander (Cheap Trick)
98. David Coverdale (Deep Purple, Whitesnake)
99. John Lennon (The Beatles)
100. John Fogerty (CCR)
101. Steven Tyler (Aerosmith)
102. Don Henley (The Eagles)
103. Mick Jagger (Rolling Stones)
104. Bruce Springsteen
105. Lou Christie
106. Jerry Lee Lewis
107. Jon Anderson (Yes)
108. Peter Gabriel (Genesis, Solo)
109. Steve Walsh (Kansas)
110. Nick Cave
111. Gregg Allman (Allman Brothers Band)
112. Aaron Neville
113. Jon Bon Jovi (Bon Jovi)
114. David Lee Roth (Van Halen)
115. Joe Elliot (Def Leppard)
116. Don Mclean
117. Sting (The Police)
118. Kevin Cronin (REO Speedwagon)
119. Lindsay Buckingham(Fleetwood Mac)
120. David Gilmour (Pink Floyd)
121. Screamin Jay Hawkins
122. John Kay (Steppenwolf)
123. Ray Davies (The Kinks)
124. Bon Scott (AC/DC)
125. Michael Stipe (REM)
126. Cat Stevens
127. Jeff Lynne (ELO)
128. George Harrison (The Beatles)
129. Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull)
130. Brian Johnson (AC/DC)
131. Mitch Ryder (Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels)
132. Paul Simon (Simon & Garfunkel, Solo)
133. Neil Young(Buffalo Springfield, CSNY, Solo)
134. Ronnie Van Zant (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
135. Bryan Adams
136. Phil Collins (Genesis, Solo)
137. Eric Clapton (Cream, Blind Faith, Derek..., Solo)
138. David Clayton-Thomas (Blood, Sweat, & Tears)
139. Steve Miller
140. Ozzy Osbourne (Black Sabbath)
141. Roger McGuinn (The Byrds)
142. Gary Cherone (Extreme)
143. Adam Duritz (Counting Crows)
144. Roger Waters (Pink Floyd)
145. Paul Weller The Jam, The Style Council
146. John Wetton (King Crimson)
147. Anthony Kiedis (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
148. Graham Nash (Hollies, CSNY)
149. Graham Bonnet (Rainbow)
150. Chuck Negron (Three Dog Night)
151. James Hetfield (Metallica)
152. Michael Hutchence (INXS)
153. Levon Helm (The Band)
154. Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilots)
155. Michael McDonald (Doobie Brothers, Solo)
156. Morrissey (The Smiths)
157. Robert Smith (Cure)
158. James Labrie (Dream Theater)
159. Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees)
160. Leslie West (Mountain)
161. Doug Pinnick (King's X)
162. Denny Doherty (The Mamas & Papas)
163. Aaron Lewis (Staind)
164. Felix Cavaliere (The Young Rascals)
165. Blaze Bayley (Iron Maiden)
166. Joe Lynn Turner (Deep Purple)
167. Chris De Burgh
168. Mark Farner (Grand Funk Railroad)
169. Tommy Shaw (Styx)
170. Thom Yorke (Radiohead)
171. Phil Lynott (Thin Lizzy)
172. Matt Bellamy (Muse)
173. Edward Kowalczyk (Live)
174. John Sebastian (Lovin' Spoonful, Solo)
175. Elvis Costello
176. James Dewar (Robin Trower)
177. Peter Wolf (J Geils Band)
178. Johnny Rzeznik (Goo Goo Dolls)
179. Tony Martin (Black Sabbath)
180. Peter Frampton
181. Dave Mason (Traffic, Solo)
182. Glenn Tilbrook (Squeeze)
183. Robert Palmer
184. Warren Zevon
185. Billy Idol (Generation X, Solo)
186. John Popper (Blues Traveler)
187. Tommy James (Tommy James & the Shondells)
188. Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails)
189. Brandon Boyd (Incubus)
190. Greg Kihn
191. Billy Squier
192. Stephen Stills (Buffalo Springfield, CSNY, Solo)
193. Tom Petty
194. Dave Gahan (Depeche Mode)
195. Ian Astbury (The Cult)
196. Chris Robinson (The Black Crows)
197. Geddy Lee (Rush)
198. Corey Glover (Living Color)
199. Lou Reed (Velvet Underground)
200. Joe Strummer (The Clash)

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Freddiebear - 31.10.2007, 18:04

Technisch gesehen, ist Slash ein guter Gitarrist. Also ganz objektiv gesehen. :wink: :lol:
Mir ist sein Spiel allerdings manchmal etwas zu "steril" irgendwie. Zu kalt... zu seelenlos irgendwie... Na ja.

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Queen-King - 31.10.2007, 19:37

Zitat: 1. Freddie Mercury (Queen, Solo)

Kann das sein? :lol: :shock:

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Queen-King - 31.10.2007, 19:39

:grin:

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Black Dog - 31.10.2007, 20:00

'Male' Rock Vocalists = 'männlich' Rock Sänger ;-)

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Black Dog - 06.11.2007, 08:07

Ist zwar eigentlich kein Poll, sondern Verkaufszahlen...aber dennoch mach ich es mal hier hin ;-)

Zitat: Garth Brooks overtakes Elvis in sales

Country star steals the King's crown for best-selling solo artist


Garth Brooks has overtaken Elvis to become the best-selling solo artist in history.

The country star who shot to fame with 1990's 'No Fences' album, has sold 123 million units in his career, reports Variety.

The Recording Industry Association Of America awarded Brooks two Diamond Awards for his albums 'Seven' and ' Garth Brooks' today (November 5), in recognition of each album's sales, which exceeded ten million.

The singer, who is married to fellow country star Trisha Yearwood, accepted the awards at his star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.

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Queen-King - 06.11.2007, 11:29

Zitat: has sold 123 million units in his career

Das ist ja nicht gerade wenig :lol:

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Black Dog - 06.11.2007, 19:54

Stimmt :-)

Die RIAA hat scheinbar ihre Zahlen aktualisiert...
Das sind die offiziellen Verkaufszahlen für USA:

Zitat: Artist Certified Units in Millions
BEATLES, THE 170
BROOKS, GARTH 123
PRESLEY, ELVIS 118.5
LED ZEPPELIN 109.5
EAGLES 91
JOEL, BILLY 79.5
PINK FLOYD 74.5
STREISAND, BARBRA 71
JOHN, ELTON 69.5
AC/DC 68
ROLLING STONES, THE 66
STRAIT, GEORGE 65.5
AEROSMITH 65.5
MADONNA 63
SPRINGSTEEN, BRUCE 62.5
CAREY, MARIAH 61.5
JACKSON, MICHAEL 60.5
METALLICA 57
VAN HALEN 56.5
HOUSTON, WHITNEY 54
ROGERS, KENNY 51
U2 50.5
DION, CELINE 49
FLEETWOOD MAC 48.5
DIAMOND, NEIL 48
KENNY G 48
TWAIN, SHANIA 47
ALABAMA 46
JOURNEY 45
SANTANA 43
JACKSON, ALAN 42
CLAPTON, ERIC 42
MC ENTIRE, REBA 40
SEGER, BOB AND THE SILVER BULLET BAND 40
PRINCE 39.5
GUNS 'N ROSES 38.5
SIMON & GARFUNKEL 38.5
CHICAGO 38
DYLAN, BOB 37
BACKSTREET BOYS 37
STEWART, ROD 37
FOREIGNER 36.5
2 PAC 36.5
DEF LEPPARD 35
NELSON, WILLIE 35
BON JOVI 34
COLLINS, PHIL 33.5
KELLY, R. 33
QUEEN 32.5
DENVER, JOHN 32.5
TAYLOR, JAMES 32.5
DOORS, THE 32
BOSTON 31
MC GRAW, TIM 31
SPEARS, BRITNEY 31
MATTHEWS, DAVE BAND 31
DIXIE CHICKS 30.5
RONSTADT, LINDA 30
PEARL JAM 30
PETTY, TOM & THE HEARTBREAKERS 28.5
OSBOURNE, OZZY 28.25
BOLTON, MICHAEL 28
LYNYRD SKYNYRD 28
'N SYNC 28
MELLENCAMP, JOHN 27.5
EMINEM 27
MANNHEIM STEAMROLLER 27
BOYZ II MEN 27
MANILOW, BARRY 27
BROOKS & DUNN 26.5
BEE GEES 26
CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL 26
JACKSON, JANET 26
ENYA 26
SINATRA, FRANK 25.5
HILL, FAITH 25
RUSH 25
JAY-Z 25
NIRVANA 25
ZZ TOP 25
MILLER, STEVE BAND 24.5
VANDROSS, LUTHER 24.5
CARPENTERS, THE 24.5
CREED 24
GILL, VINCE 24
CARS, THE 23.5
MOTLEY CRUE 23.5
EARTH, WIND & FIRE 23.5
BUFFETT, JIMMY 23
POLICE, THE 22.5
HENDRIX, JIMI 22.5
SADE 22.5
R.E.O. SPEEDWAGON 22
OUTKAST 22
RICHIE, LIONEL 22
DOOBIE BROTHERS 22
KEITH, TOBY 22
GREEN DAY 22
BEASTIE BOYS 22
TLC 22

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Queen-King - 06.11.2007, 22:54

Zitat: QUEEN 32.5

Schlecht :cry:

Wer ist eigentlich BROOKS, GARTH? :oops:

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Black Dog - 07.11.2007, 07:46

Ein Country-Sänger, der ihn USA erfolgreicher ist, als Elvis...hier aber fast unbekannt :shock:

Paddy...32 Millionen ist nicht sooo schlecht 8) USA ist ein schwieriger Markt. Die lassen kaum etwas europäisches "gelten" :wink: R.Williams wäre überglücklich, wenn er dort 32 Millionen Platten verkaufen könnte. Und viele andere auch :wink:

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Queen-King - 07.11.2007, 16:14

Zitat: R.Williams wäre überglücklich, wenn er dort 32 Millionen Platten verkaufen könnte. Und viele andere auch

Jetzt hast Du mich aufgemuntert! :grin:

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Black Dog - 14.11.2007, 10:26

Diesmal ist Queen auch dabei ;-)

Best Albums of all-time
position 50 - 1

Link

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Queen-King - 14.11.2007, 14:57

Von dieser Reihenfolge bin ich nicht begeistert!!!! :x
Bob Dylan ist wirklich sehr viel in dieser Reihenfolge vertreten.
Ich finde es cool, dass Bob Dylan und ich am selben Tag Geburtstag haben! :shock: 8)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 14.11.2007, 15:22

Bob Dylan hat auch viele gute Songs geschrieben 8)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 15.11.2007, 08:59

Ich weiss nicht mehr, ob wir diesen Poll aus dem ROLLING STONE schon mal hatten...


100 Greatest Artists of All Time

1) The Beatles by Elvis Costello

2) Bob Dylan by Robbie Robertson

3) Elvis Presley by Bono

4) The Rolling Stones by Steven Van Zandt

5) Chuck Berry by Joe Perry

6) Jimi Hendrix by John Mayer

7) James Brown by Rick Rubin

8) Little Richard by Little Richard

9) Aretha Franklin by Jerry Wexler

10) Ray Charles by Van Morrison

11) Bob Marley by Wyclef Jean

12) The Beach Boys by Lindsey Buckingham

13) Buddy Holly by John Mellencamp

14) Led Zeppelin by Dave Grohl

15) Stevie Wonder by Elton John

16) Sam Cooke by Art Garfunkel

17) Muddy Watters by Billy Gibbons

18) Marvin Gaye by Smokey Robinson

19) The Velvet Underground by Julian Casablancas

20) Bo Diddley by Iggy Pop

21) Otis Redding by Steve Cropper

22) U2 by Chris Martin

23) Bruce Springsteen by Jackson Browne

24) Jerry Lee Lewis by Moby

25) Fats Domino by Dr. John

26) The Ramones by Lenny Kaye

27) Nirvana by Vernon Reid

28) Prince by Ahmir Thompson

29) The Who by Eddie Vedder

30) The Clash by The Edge

31) Johnny Cash by Kris Kristofferson

32) Smokey Robinson and the Miracles by Bob Seger

33) The Everly Brothers by Paul Simon

34) Neil Young by Flea

35) Michael Jackson by Antonio "LA" Reid

36) Madonna by Britney Spears

37) Roy Orbison by K.D. Lang

38) John Lennon by Lenny Kravitz

39) David Bowie by Lou Reed

40) Simon and Garfunkel by James Taylor

41) The Doors by Marilyn Manson

42) Van Morrison by Peter Wolf

43) Sly and the Family Stone by Don Was

44) Public Enemy by Adam Yauch

45) The Byrds by Tom Petty

46) Janis Joplin by Rosanne Cash

47) Patti Smith by Shirley Manson

48) Run-DMC by Chuck D

49) Elton John by Billy Joel

50) The Band by Lucinda Williams

51) Howlin' Wolf by Buddy Guy

52) The Allman Brothers Band by Billy Gibbons

53) Eric Clapton by Little Steven

54) Dr. Dre by Kanye West

55) Grateful Dead by Warren Haynes

56) Parliament/Funkadelic by Ice Cube

57) Aerosmith by Slash

58) Sex Pistols by Billie Joe Armstrong

59) Louis Jordan by Ahmet Ertegun

60) Joni Mitchell by Jewel

61) Tina Turner by Janet Jackson

62) Etta James by Bonnie Raitt

63) Phil Spector by Jerry Wexler

64) The Kinks by Peter Buck

65) Al Green by Justin Timberlake

66) Cream by Roger Waters

67) The Temptations by Rod Stewart

68) Jackie Wilson by Peter Wolf

69) Carl Perkins by Tom Petty

70) The Police by Brandon Flowers

71) Frank Zappa by Trey Anastasio

72) AC/DC by Rick Rubin

73) Radiohead by Dave Matthews

74) Hank Williams by Beck

75) The Eagles by Sheryl Crow

76) The Shirelles by Paul Shaffer

77) Beastie Boys by Darryl "DMC" McDaniels

78) The Stooges by Thurston Moore

79) The Four Tops by Smokey Robinson

80) Elvis Costello by Liz Phair

81) The Drifters by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller

82) Eminem by Elton John

83) N.W.A. by Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson

84) James Taylor by Art Garfunkel

85) Black Sabbath by Dave Navarro

86) Tupac Shakur by 50 Cent

87) Gram Parsons by Keith Richards

88) Miles Davis by Mos Def

89) The Yardbirds by Steven Tyler

90) Carlos Santana by Henry Garza

91) Ricky Nelson by John Fogerty

92) Guns n' Roses by Joe Perry

93) Booker T. and the MG's by Isaac Hayes

94) Nine Inch Nails by David Bowie

95) Lynyrd Skynyrd by Al Kooper

96) Martha and the Vandellas by Fred Schneider

97) Diana Ross and the Supremes by Antonio "LA" Reid

98) Roxy Music by John Taylor

99) Curtis Mayfield by Boz Scaggs

100) Lee "Scratch" Perry by Adam Horovitz


Gevotet wurde dieser Poll von folgenden Leuten:

Zitat: Hal Blaine has been a session drummer on recordings by Elvis Presley, Phil Spector, the Beach Boys and many others.

Nathan Brackett is a senior editor at Rolling Stone, where he edits the record-reviews section.

Jackson Browne was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2004. Cliff Burnstein is the founder of QPrime Management, which handles Metallica, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Garbage.

Chuck D is a musician, writer and activist who founded Public Enemy in 1982.

Anthony DeCurtis has written for Rolling Stone for more than twenty years.

Neil Diamond's thirteen Top Ten hits include "Sweet Caroline," "Cherry, Cherry" and "Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon."

Bo Diddley, one of the inventors of rock & roll, began his career with Chess in 1955.

Dr. John has released nearly thirty albums of New Orleans funk, jazz and R&B.

The Edge started U2 with schoolmates Bono, Larry Mullen Jr. and Adam Clayton in 1978. They were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame this year.

Jason Fine is an assistant managing editor at Rolling Stone.

Bill Flanagan is a writer as well as senior vice president and editorial director of MTV Networks International.

David Fricke is a senior editor at ROLLING STONE, where he has worked since 1985.

Gil Friesen was president of A&M Records for twenty-seven years and worked with Sting, Janet Jackson and the Carpenters.

Art Garfunkel had his first hit with Paul Simon -- a doo-wop song, "Hey, Schoolgirl" -- under the name Tom and Jerry in 1957.

David Geffen began his career managing artists including Laura Nyro and Crosby, Stills and Nash. He founded Asylum Records in 1971 and Geffen Records in 1977.

Billy Gibbons is a guitarist with ZZ Top, who were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2004.

Mikal Gilmore has been a writer for ROLLING STONE for more than twenty years.

Albert Hammond Jr., guitarist for the Strokes, lives in New York.

James Henke is the chief curator for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. He was music editor at ROLLING STONE from 1981 to 1993.

Don Henley launched his career in 1970 as the drummer in the Texas rock band Shiloh. He is a founding member of the Eagles.

Robert Hilburn is a pop-music critic and editor at the Los Angeles Times.

Chrissie Hynde worked as a rock critic for London's New Musical Express in 1974 before founding the Pretenders.

Don Ienner is the president of Sony Music Label Group U.S. He started working in the Capitol Records mailroom while in high school.

Lenny Kaye compiled Nuggets, a classic garage-rock anthology, in 1972. He plays guitar for the Patti Smith Group.

Jon Landau began his career at ROLLING STONE in 1967. He has produced albums for the MC5, Jackson Browne and Bruce Springsteen, whom he has managed for twenty-six years.

Joe Levy is a deputy managing editor at ROLLING STONE.

Kurt Loder is a correspondent at MTV and a ROLLING STONE contributing editor.

Greil Marcus was ROLLING STONE's first record-reviews editor. His books include Mystery Train, Lipstick Traces and Dead Elvis.

Joe McEwen is an A&R consultant who has worked with Elvis Costello, Nick Lowe, Wilco and the Beastie Boys.

Moby released his first record with the punk group Vatican Commandos in 1983. His 1999 breakthrough, Play, sold 10 million copies.

Doug Morris wrote the Chiffons' 1966 hit "Sweet Talkin' Guy." He is now chairman and CEO of Universal Music Group.

Ric Ocasek was the lead singer for the Cars and has produced albums by Iggy Pop, Weezer and No Doubt.

Joe Perry has been playing guitar with Aerosmith since the band formed in 1970.

Antonio "LA" Reid, along with his partner Babyface, founded LaFace Records, home to TLC and OutKast. He is currently chairman of Island Def Jam Records.

Keith Richards started his career singing in a boys' choir that once performed for the queen of England. He has played guitar for the Rollling Stones since 1962.

Smokey Robinson had eighteen Top Thirty hits with the Miracles on Motown Records, and wrote and produced songs for Mary Wells and Marvin Gaye.

Rick Rubin co-founded Def Jam Records in 1984 from his New York University dorm room. He has produced albums for Run-DMC, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Johnny Cash.

Carlos Santana's band Santana debuted at Bill Graham's Fillmore West in 1968. The guitarist's 1999 album Supernatural sold 10 million copies and earned nine Grammys.

Mike Shinoda is a vocalist in Linkin Park, which won a 2001 Grammy for Best Hard Rock Performance for "Crawling."

Slash was the lead guitarist for Guns n' Roses and now plays with Velvet Revolver.

Bruce Springsteen has won ten Grammys and an Academy Award since he began releasing albums in 1973.

Seymour Stein is co-founder of Sire Records. He helped launch the careers of Madonna and the Ramones, and was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame this year.

Stephen Stills formed Buffalo Springfield in 1966. Two years later he joined Crosby, Stills and Nash, with whom he still tours.

Quentin Tarantino is a filmmaker and aficionado of soul, surf and obscure rock music.

Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson produces and plays drums for the Roots. He has played on albums by John Mayer, Joss Stone, D'Angelo and many others.

Pete Townshend began his career in the 1950s playing banjo in a Dixieland band with John Entwistle. Both were founding members of the Who in 1964.

Little Steven, guitarist for Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, hosts the radio show Little Steven's Underground Garage.

Butch Vig, drummer for Garbage, produced Nirvana's Nevermind and the Smashing Pumpkins' Siamese Dream.

Bob Weir is a singer, songwriter and rhythm guitarist for the Dead.

Jann S. Wenner is the editor and publisher of ROLLING STONE. Last year, he was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

Jerry Wexler is a producer and former vice president of Atlantic Records, where he guided the careers of Ray Charles and Aretha Franklin.

Lucinda Williams started writing songs as a teenager. Her music has earned three Grammys and has been covered by Tom Petty, Emmylou Harris and others.

Peter Wolf often visited Harlem's Apollo Theater as a kid to see Otis Redding and James Brown perform. He formed the J. Geils Band in the late 1960s and has recorded six solo albums.

Adam Yauch is a member of the Beastie Boys and a co-founder of the Tibetan Freedom Concerts.

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 15.11.2007, 18:06

Queen ist nicht in diesem Poll :x

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 15.11.2007, 18:11

Das stimmt allerdings :(
Bei 100 Plätzen hätte man eigentlich damit rechnen müssen :cry:


Aber interessant...Art Garfunkel war auch mit in der Jury ;-)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 15.11.2007, 23:19

Zitat: Bei 100 Plätzen hätte man eigentlich damit rechnen müssen

Eine sehr "kuriose" Liste! :x

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 16.11.2007, 07:22

Vermutlich liegt es wieder daran, dass die meisten (oder alle?) in der Jury Amerikaner sind.
In England würde ein anderes Ergebniss kommen ;-)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 16.11.2007, 18:08

Da könntest Du recht haben :wink:

Die Amerikaner sind immer die ersten, egal was es ist! :x

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 23.11.2007, 12:40

Australien hat gewählt:

Zitat: Top 10 guitar Riffs/rock intro of all time

1. Layla - Derek & The Dominoes/Eric Clapton

2. Sweet Child O' Mine - Guns N' Roses

3. Paradise City - Guns N' Roses

4. Smoke On The Water - Deep Purple

5. Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana

6. Walk This Way - Aerosmith w Run DMC

7. Whole Lotta Love - Led Zeppelin

8. All Right Now - Free

9. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) - Jimi Hendrix

10. Sunshine Of Your Love - Cream

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 23.11.2007, 18:08

:big_wut1

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 24.11.2007, 09:42

Nicht ärgern, Paddy...voten :lol:
Zep führt ;-)

Zitat: QUEEN:
13%
LED ZEPPELIN:
15%
THE BEATLES:
7%
AC/DC:
9%
VAN HALEN:
8%
METALLICA:
13%
THE ROLLING STONES:
8%
AEROSMITH:
8%
BON JOVI:
9%
KISS:
9%
http://votenumber1.com
Vote here...

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 24.11.2007, 09:45

Und noch ein Poll :lol:

Zitat: I am just watching VH1's countdown of the "Top Ten Drummers." I am thankful
they got it right - John Bonham as #1. ;)

(They had Neal Peart at #2, Keith Moon at #3, Ian Paice at #4, and Phil
Collins at #5. I have to go in to work (bleahh!) or I'd try to recall the
others in the top ten. 8-)

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Anonymous - 26.11.2007, 12:36

Im moment haben Queen und Led Zeppelin Gleichstand.

LED ZEPPELIN:
13%
METALLICA:
13%
THE BEATLES:
7%
VAN HALEN:
9%
ACDC:
9%
QUEEN:
13%
THE ROLLING STONES:
9%
AEROSMITH:
10%
BON JOVI:
9%
KISS:
9%

Ps: Habe für Queen gevotet.

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 26.11.2007, 14:37

Wow :shock: :lol:
Aber cool...ich gönne es beiden :wink:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 26.11.2007, 17:51

Zitat: ich gönne es beiden

Das kannst Du laut sagen :lol:

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Anonymous - 26.11.2007, 19:24

Metallica ist aber auch nicht zu verachten, immerhin haben sie auch 13%...^^

Obwohl ich die nicht so sehr als "Rockband" sehe.

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 26.11.2007, 19:47

Als was denn? Heavy Metal? :roll:

Hier ein anderer Poll, bei dem man auch noch mitvoten kann:

Zitat: Elvis Presley Leads the Early Voting for the Greatest Rock n' Roll Artist of All-Time

With a little over five weeks remaining to vote, Elvis Presley has an impressive lead in RockinTown.com's annual poll of the Greatest Rock n' Roll Artist of All-Time. The King leads Led Zeppelin and Evanescence, who are virtually tied for 2nd and 3rd, in the most recent tally. Last year's winner, Pearl Jam, is fourth while the 2005 winner, Nirvana, sits at 7th. Fans have until New Year's Eve to vote for their favorite artist.


"The 30th anniversary of Presley's death was this year," said RockinTown editor Mark Clinton. "Elvis has been gone a long time. So it's pretty amazing he still has a hold on a sizable audience." Led Zeppelin has consistently placed in the survey's Top 5 while Evanescence is the most current band to land in the Top 10.


Presley is the only 1950's star to make the survey's Top 50. 1960's legends The Beatles and Rolling Stones are at #12 and #22, respectively. "Whether you are talking about his '50s rock or legendary comeback, Presley's music and image obviously has enormous staying power," added Clinton.


There might also be another reason. The 1950s are seen as a peaceful and optimistic era (even though that's not entirely true). "And after the tumultuous '60s, the '70s were practically docile, or as close to the '50s as we'd ever get," said Clinton. "Elvis reached iconic status in the '70s performing sold-out shows in Vegas when he wasn't touring. So he's directly associated with two of the better decades - at least in memory. When times are uncertain, people get nostalgic."


Rockin' Hall of Fame
Votes Artist
4595 16.6% Elvis Presley
2475 8.9% Led Zeppelin
2378 8.6% Evanescence
1939 7.0% Pearl Jam
1198 4.3% U2
854 3.1% Green Day
800 2.9% Nirvana
782 2.8% AC/DC
766 2.8% Pink Floyd
760 2.7% Foo Fighters
748 2.7% Slipknot
746 2.7% The Beatles
742 2.7% Nickelback
712 2.6% My Chemical Romance
386 1.4% The Doors
383 1.4% Fall Out Boy
362 1.3% White Stripes
362 1.3% Metallica
361 1.3% Aerosmith
353 1.3% The Who
351 1.3% David Bowie
350 1.3% Rolling Stones
347 1.3% Jimi Hendrix
340 1.2% Soundgarden
337 1.2% The Clash
328 1.2% System Of A Down
315 1.1% Guns 'N' Roses
312 1.1% Queen
183 0.7% Red Hot Chili Peppers
181 0.7% My Morning Jacket
177 0.6% Van Halen
176 0.6% Cheap Trick
172 0.6% KISS
171 0.6% Grateful Dead
169 0.6% R.E.M.
168 0.6% Sex Pistols
164 0.6% The Band
163 0.6% Poison
160 0.6% Nine Inch Nails
151 0.5% Ray Charles
139 0.5% Bob Dylan
135 0.5% Queens Of The Stone Age
78 0.3% Iron Maiden
77 0.3% Smashing Pumpkins
70 0.3% Alice In Chains
68 0.2% Ramones
68 0.2% Good Charlotte
68 0.2% Flyleaf
65 0.2% The Vines
65 0.2% Chris Cornell
64 0.2% Oasis
63 0.2% Neil Young
60 0.2% Blink 182
54 0.2% Radiohead
48 0.2% AFI
45 0.2% Kansas
43 0.2% Marilyn Manson
4 0.0% Linkin Park
3 0.0% Mudhoney
3 0.0% Bruce Springsteen
3 0.0% Beach Boys
3 0.0% Allman Brothers Band
2 0.0% Lacuna Coil
2 0.0% Eric Clapton
2 0.0% Boston
1 0.0% Yes
1 0.0% The Used
1 0.0% The Cure
1 0.0% Hooters
1 0.0% Chuck Berry
1 0.0% Chicago
1 0.0% Bad Religion

27656 votes so far ...

http://www.rockintown.com/cgi-bin/index.cgi?action=vote

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 26.11.2007, 20:15

Zitat: 312 1.1% Queen

:big_rofl :big_rofl :big_rofl1 :big_rofl1 :big_hihi :big_haue1

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Black Dog - 01.12.2007, 11:38

Keine Ahnung, was das folgende genau bedeutet...aber Zep auf Platz 2 ist schon mal cool ;-)

Zitat: viagogo Reveals Who's Hot, and Who's Not in Live Music 2007

Sat Dec 1, 2:01 AM ET

Results released today by viagogo.co.uk, Europe's leading ticket exchange, show who's hot, and who's not, across live music events in 2007. The team at viagogo examined prices on its website and compiled a table with a few surprising results!


London, UK (PRWEB) December 1, 2007 -- Results released today by viagogo.co.uk, Europe's leading ticket exchange, show who's hot, and who's not, across live music events in 2007. The team at viagogo examined prices on its website and compiled a table with a few surprising results.

The true value of a concert ticket can be seen on the secondary market, where tickets are worth what fans are prepared to pay for them. The 'viagogo index' shows the desirability of the ticket, where "face value" is multiplied to get the resale value.

Top 10 2007 (average values year to 26.11.2007):

Event / Average face value (£) / Average viagogo (£) / viagogo Index
The Verve / 30 / 237 / 7.9
Led Zeppelin / 125 / 914 / 7.3
Rihanna / 27.5 / 130 / 4.7
The Killers / 23 / 106 / 4.6
Take That / 40 / 180 / 4.5
Westlife / 32 / 140 / 4.4
50 Cent / 35 / 145 / 4.2
Bruce Springsteen / 55 / 221 / 4.0
Prince / 31 / 125 / 3.9
Michael Bolton / 35 / 128 / 3.7

Led Zeppelin, the most hyped ticket of the year, has been beaten by The Verve. Rihanna takes third place, beating favourites such as The Killers and Bruce Springsteen. Take That has beaten their rivals Westlife, whilst the Spice Girls reunion does not even make the top ten.

Barbra Streisand's UK shows are top of the flops with tickets reselling for less than face value.

Worst 3 2007 (average values year to 26.11.2007):

Event / Average face value (£) / Average viagogo (£) / viagogo Index
Barbra Streisand / 550 / 337 / 0.6
George Michael / 100 / 84 / 0.8
Beyoncé / 70 / 64 / 0.9

Re: Hier könnt ihr Polls veröffentlichen

Queen-King - 01.12.2007, 16:19

Zitat: Keine Ahnung, was das folgende genau bedeutet

Hier geht es darum, welche Band im Jahr 2007 die meisten Ticket's verkauft hat, und wie viel die Fans dafür bezahlt haben. :wink:
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