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Backstreet Boys
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They should stay gone. We're no longer in the boy band phase. I wouldn't even call them a boy band, more like a boy group. I don't miss them and it's not like they're helping the craptation of musi... ... (read more)
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Bad Brains
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Great - and I mean GREAT - early stuff, but that nasty old beast called "creative differences" came along and tore up the place; the last album with vocalist H.R., Quickness, didn't know what it wa... ... (read more)
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Baha Men
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"Who The Let The Dogs Out" hasn't aged very well, and many people can see why. The song is annoying and it's appeal lasted just an hour after it was made. ... (read more)
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Bar-Kays
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Great band with many hits. They lasted for about 3 decades, there aren't too many funk bands that can make this claim. ... (read more)
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Barenaked Ladies
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Annoying "funny" band that gets on your nerves real quick ... (read more)
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Bay City Rollers, The
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They had several more hits. There was also "Rock and Roll Love Letter," "You Made Me Believe in Magic," and "Money Honey." They had many more hits on the UK charts. Ironically, their best known ... ... (read more)
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Beach Boys, The
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I loved the 50th reuinon; but now Mike Love has to be a jerk, AGAIN! He fires Brian Wilson, Al Jardine & David Marks. They should team up with Bruce Johnston and tour without HIM! ... (read more)
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Beastie Boys, The
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If you got to youtube.com and google "Midnight City" by M83 and "Intergalactic" by the Beastie Boys, you will find a KICK A$Z mashup of those two songs. Those two songs really mesh well together. ... (read more)
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Beat, The
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I could never stand the lead singer's voice. It was like a cheap David Bowie impersonation, and General Public (this band's successor) was a complete atrocity. Hearing the ridiculously overplayed... ... (read more)
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BEATLES, The
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Greatest group ever. Never jumped. ... (read more)
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Beck
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octogirlpretty, Sorry but I've found no evidence that Beck has publically or privately renounced Scientology much less quit its practice. If you've found evidence as opposed to wishful thinking... ... (read more)
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Bee Gees
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Disagree, their best disco hits did have staying power. There was a lot of disposible songs that came out of disco (which happens when any genre of music gets too popular), but there was also some ... ... (read more)
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Belly
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Billy Idol
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Billy Idol rocked hard punk in the late 1970's with Generation X. My opinion is the BTF'ed when they changed the name to GenX and released the power poppy top 40 hit "Dancing With Myself". I did en... ... (read more)
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Billy Joel
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Always partially boned in my book. He's a great musician who still plays to sold-out crowds (especially when Elton John is involved, good luck getting tickets!) but he's had a few things: everythin... ... (read more)
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Black Crowes
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Black Flag
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Soggy, Are you saying this band is about as consistant as I've found the namesake bug spray to be? ... (read more)
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Black Sabbath
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Only Ozzy here. Dio's post-Sabbath stuff is OK, but I prefer the Ozzy era. After a while, Dio's screachy voice grates on me. That's one thing Ozzy didn't have. ... (read more)
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Blind Melon
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JayD, I concur. Alas, we have to HEAR more Blind Melon songs on the radio than Question Mark and the Mysterians instead of vice versa. ... (read more)
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Blink 182
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I like to categorize blink into 3 eras. The punk era (cheshire cat, dude ranch), the pop-punk era (enema of the state, take off your pants and jacket), and the emo era (self titled, neighborhoods).... ... (read more)
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Blondie
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BTF'ed with Heart Of Glass... Disco mania..? ... (read more)
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Blues Traveler
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Bob Marley & The Wailers
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Positive Vibrations Ye ah. ... (read more)
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Bob Seger
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Shakedown was Bob's only #1 Billboard pop single, which is a shame because it's awful. His peak period was in the 1970's. ... (read more)
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Bobby Brown
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Wasn't Bobby Brown on the soundtrack to everyone's life in the early 90s? His second album was the best out of all three. The fish left the water when his third one hit, but there were still some g... ... (read more)
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Bon Jovi
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When they abandoned hair metal. They weren't my favorite band to begin with but I thought Runaway and the Slippery when Wet album were all pretty cool but they turned their back and became complet... ... (read more)
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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
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Boney James
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Boston
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Actually, they made two albums with the original lineup and both were quite good. Then after an 8 year "hiatus", they came out with "3rd Stage", with only Tom Sholz and Brad Delp remaining from th... ... (read more)
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Box of Frogs
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Boz Scaggs
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Close the window, calm the light And it will be all right No need to bother now Let it out. let it all begin Still love that one. ... (read more)
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Brian McKnight
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Britney Spears
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The day that Britney became an international pop star was truely the day the music died. ... (read more)
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Brownsville Station
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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
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@JMoose. Hell, yeah! I will put this out there, but his recent album Wrecking Ball is just as good as Born to Run - he has truly never lost it but gained more of it. ... (read more)
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Buddy Holly
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Jp, Quick answer. Not sure for while Holly's output and range were quite impressive for the very short time of his career before his tragic death, through no fault of his own, he had not been ab... ... (read more)
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Bush (band)
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The first album is excellent, and three or four tracks from the Science of Things album are memorable. Golden State is a decent return to their original sound, from which they had drifted for seve... ... (read more)
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Byrds, The
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