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    Question A New List....What Do U thnk??

    Hey, folks.

    DigitalDreamDoor recently posted its "Top 100 Rock Artists of the 21st Century.

    So, who have they forgotten to include & who should not be on the list??

    Fun & games,
    audiobill


    These 'Rock Artists' were chosen for their talent, impact,
    influence, and popularity in the world of Rock in the '2000s.


    1. Radiohead
    2. Tool
    3. Audioslave
    4. Dream Theater
    5. Coldplay
    6. A Perfect Circle
    7. Queens Of The Stoneage
    8. The Roots
    9. The Strokes
    10. The Mars Volta
    11. Red Hot Chili Peppers
    12. White Stripes
    13. Ben Harper
    14. Deftones
    15. Sigur Ros
    16. System Of A Down
    17. Incubus
    18. Chevelle
    19. Fugazi
    20. Porcupine Tree
    21. The Hives
    22. Beck
    23. Staind
    24. Foo Fighters
    25. The Vines
    26. Muse
    27. Wilco
    28. Dandy Warhols
    29. Interpol
    30. The Libertines
    31. Outkast
    32. Morrissey
    33. Flaming Lips
    34. 311
    35. At The Drive In
    36. Super Furry Animals
    37. Jerry Cantrell
    38. Sevendust
    39. Velvet Revolver
    40. Opeth
    41. Pearl Jam
    42. Travis
    43. Ryan Adams
    44. The Doves
    45. PJ Harvey
    46. U2
    47. Linkin Park
    48. Joe Bonamassa
    49. Dave Matthews
    50. Slipknot
    51. British Sea Power
    52. Nickleback
    53. Kings Of Leon
    54. John Mayer
    55. Modest Mouse
    56. Killswitch Engage
    57. Creed
    58. Blindside
    59. Elbow
    60. The Darkness
    61. DamagePlan
    62. Hatebreed
    63. Meshuggah
    64. Seether
    65. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
    66. Train
    67. Finch
    68. Drowning Pool
    69. Zwan
    70. Barenaked Ladies
    71. Dashboard Confessional
    72. Jimmy Eat World
    73. Weezer
    74. Hot Hot Heat
    75. Goo Goo Dolls
    76. Disturbed
    77. Black Label Society
    78. Default
    79. Cambria
    80. Granddaddy
    81. The Coral
    82. Jane's Addiction
    83. The Donnas
    84. Jason Mraz
    85. Rooney
    86. Shadows Fall
    87. Shinedown
    88. AFI
    89. Thursday
    90. Josh Groban
    91. In Flames
    92. Jack Johnson
    93. Lacuna Coil
    94. Mogwai
    95. Norah Jones
    96. Lamb Of God
    97. Down
    98. Mudvayne
    99. Five For Fighting
    100. Soulfly

    Runners-up
    101. Cradle of Filth
    102. Evanescence
    103. Symphony X
    104. Electric Six
    105. Less Than Jake
    106. Phish
    107. Taproot
    108. My Morning Jacket
    109. Tenacious D
    110. The Shins
    111. Neutral Milk Hotel
    112. The Refused
    113. Les Claypool's Frog Brigade
    114. Kreator
    115. Trapt
    116. Korn
    117. Robert Randolph & Family Band
    118. Marilyn Manson
    119. Fuel
    120. Saliva
    121. Jet
    122. Maroon5
    123. Rammstein
    124. Offspring
    125. Crystal Method
    126. Sloth
    127. The Used
    128. Hoobastank
    129. POD
    130. OAR
    131. Green Day
    132. Sworn Enemy
    133. The Transplants
    134. Papa Roach
    135. Sepultura
    136. Dimmu Borgir
    137. The Ataris
    138. Superjoint Ritual
    139. Alien Ant Farm
    140. Stone Sour
    141. Puddle of Mudd
    142. Lit
    143. Cold
    144. All American Rejects
    145. Nothingface
    146. Three Days Grace
    147. Matchbox 20
    148. God Forbid
    149. Mofro
    150. Eve 6
    151. Endo
    152. Verticle Horizon
    153. Blink 182
    154. Saves the Day
    155. Brand New
    156. The Stills
    157. Neptunes
    158. Avenged Sevenfold
    159. Strung Out
    160. Further Seems Forever
    161. Hot Water Music
    162. Lostprophets
    163. Rise Against
    164. Hope of the States
    165. Local H
    166. Damien Rice
    167. Cooper Temple Clause
    168. Yeah Yeah Yeahs
    169. Godsmack
    170. Deadsy

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    We've not even finished 4 years of the 2000s, their mistake is in thinking there have been 100 bands that have had any significant impact on rock music. That's a bit over 25 new bands pre year. Does anyone really think there are an average of 25 new bands each year that are of any importance?

    Then, they mention another 70 bands. So, we've got over 40 new important rock bands a year in the past four years?

    No way.

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    I got as far down as #10, and found that between alternate bouts of hysterical laughter and wretching up my lunch, I could not continue reading the rest.
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    Someone needs to tell mr. listmaker that Neutral Milk Hotel hasn't made an album since the twentieth century.

    Lots o' crap on that list but quite a few good ones too, although most of the good bands there had their best days in the 90s.

    BTW, isn't Hatebreed a white supremacist propaganda machine?
    Originally Posted by Troy: She has that same kind of cleft-pallet, slightly retarded way of singing that so many other people find endearing.


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    Porcupine Tree also listed there?

    This alone made my day.

    Long life Porcupine Tree!!!

    Demetrio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slosh
    BTW, isn't Hatebreed a white supremacist propaganda machine?
    No, they just suck. Think Earth Crisis or Madball, but even worse. The rest of that list had me tasting vomit as well.

    BTW Audiobill, Songs: Ohia's Magnolia Electric Co. is a great listen. Like Neil Young & Crazy Horse, but with more of an alt-country/blues flavor. Yes, I most definitely dig it.
    "...and then at the end of the letter I like to write <i>'P.S. - this is what part of the alphabet would look like if Q and R were eliminated.'</i> "


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    [QUOTE=audiobill]Hey, folks.

    DigitalDreamDoor recently posted its "Top 100 Rock Artists of the 21st Century.

    So, who have they forgotten to include & who should not be on the list??

    Fun & games,
    audiobill


    ]
    Glad the list shook things up a little.
    I was begining to wonder. Mind you, they got about 15% of it right. As Demetrio indicates, who would have thunk Porcupine Tree making it on a List. There's still hope.

    Cheers,
    audiobill

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    Bizarro list

    First of all, I don't think they're indicating new artists, just ones that are still active into the 21st Century.

    Where the L is HIM (His Infernal Majesty)? Electric Soft Parade (if you can include The Coral, you can include Electric Soft Parade)? Skinny Puppy?

    Obvious "emo"/"core" tendency right around 86-89.

    Nice to see Opeth and Porcupine Tree up there.

    Nice to see Lacuna Coil oust Evanescence, but where the L is Nightwish?

    Nice to see God Forbid and Lamb of God up there, but where the L is ...And Oceans?

    etc. etc.
    Eschew fascism.
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    Bizarro list

    First of all, I don't think they're indicating new artists, just ones that are still active into the 21st Century.

    The results seem to indicate a popular vote thing going on, neh?

    Where the L is HIM (His Infernal Majesty)? Electric Soft Parade (if you can include The Coral, you can include Electric Soft Parade)? Skinny Puppy?

    Obvious "emo"/"core" tendency right around 86-89.

    Nice to see Opeth and Porcupine Tree up there.

    Nice to see Lacuna Coil oust Evanescence, but where the L is Nightwish?

    Nice to see God Forbid and Lamb of God up there, but where the L is ...And Oceans?

    Pitchshifter?

    Ugh, Creed at 57. Just lost my respect for that list.

    etc. etc.
    Eschew fascism.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slosh
    Someone needs to tell mr. listmaker that Neutral Milk Hotel hasn't made an album since the twentieth century.
    Not to mention that Refused broke up in 1998. I guess they are still more relevant than 98% of the stuff that's out there today, and The Shape of Punk To Come was recently released on DVD-A.

    Also, what is "rock"? Ryan Adams apparently is, but Johnny Cash isn't (or was he not good enough in their eyes?). It would take me quite some time to come up with such a list, but suffice it to say that it would look very little like that one. Audioslave? Come on.
    And the world will turn to flowing pink vapor stew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad rhetorik
    No, they just suck. Think Earth Crisis or Madball, but even worse. The rest of that list had me tasting vomit as well.

    BTW Audiobill, Songs: Ohia's Magnolia Electric Co. is a great listen. Like Neil Young & Crazy Horse, but with more of an alt-country/blues flavor. Yes, I most definitely dig it.
    Hey Mad R: Glad you are enjoying the Songs: Ohia -- all of their albums are wonderful.

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    Sounds like the Clear Channel playlist I'm forced to listen to at work.
    It's bogus for me since there's no Fountains of Wayne and my fave One Man Army since I'm their one man fanclub.

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