Originally Posted by Thebark
Saigon Kick--with Beiler, not without. I see they're playing at some huge festival, but I don't believe it's with Beiler. Probably one of the most underrated bands of all time.
you said it. the doom laden tone of the Lizard and acoustic vibe if Water still resonates in my mind..i still have Tapes of em..
Originally Posted by Inselaffe
My vote would be for Pink Floyd. I know they reformed a few years ago for a charity concert, but I think they could still write and perform new material.
without Rick W it wudnt be the same...and it seems Roger and David would never "work" together....maybe at a superficial level...but not cohesive..
Originally Posted by anak
The original Smashing Pumpkins (Billy, his talented drummer,
SP's Siamese dreams is one of my all time favorite albums and arguably, one of their best...
Soundgarden: is there a album so diverse as Superunknown...? or guitar heavy as badmotorfinger....they pioneered grundge movement like no other band did
Originally Posted by Futami
Floyd or led zep
Led Zep...well, without John Bonham...they were never the same anyways...gosh how i wish i was born in that era..I, II, III, IV...Physical Graffiti...jeez...simply astounding work...
I would like to add Black Sabbath to the list...Master of Reality changed my perspective on metal music completely...
I would also like add Faith No More, Rage Against the Machine (Audioslave is doing great job too) and New Order to the list...