#21 Posted on 15.10.03 1331.29 Reposted on: 15.10.10 1332.21
Originally posted by GrubbyLongJohns"Do You Call My Name?" by RA seems like it could fit your play list. if you want something that sounds like a cross between Godsmack and Disturbed with a lead singer that sounds abit like the guy from Sevendust, this is a good track.
Even though you have already have a Filter song on there, i'd suggest "So I Quit" (once you hear the intro of this song, you know it can't do any wrong).
some other random selections: "Engine No. 9" - Deftones "Sonne" (Marilyn Manson Remix) - Rammstein "Loco" - Coal Chamber "Black 7" - Soil "Bullet" - Injected
There's also a cover of "Bring the Noize" by Staind and Fred Durst but Fred is barely on the track. He's mostly in the background of this song. It's a little weird hearing Aaron Lewis rap.
(edited by GrubbyLongJohns on 9.10.03 2247)
Injected ... Are those guys still around? I thought that record they did was simply great ... I think the main single from the disc "Faithless" was one of the better rock tunes out last year.
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#22 Posted on 18.10.03 1546.43 Reposted on: 18.10.10 1551.32
Well, right off of the bat I think of Tool's "Schism" and Godsmack's "Whatever". And, personally, I'm partial to Nothingface's "Dead Like Me". Not sure why, but I have a thing with that song. Any Nirvana songs not dealing with teen spirit are always a good choice as well.
#23 Posted on 21.10.03 1600.41 Reposted on: 21.10.10 1601.04
Disturbed - Prayer Korn - Thoughtless Staind - Epiphany Puddle of Mudd - Away From Me Mindless Self Indulgence - Bed of Roses MushroomHead - Before I Die, Solitaire Unraveling, Sun Doesn't Rise, Nowhere to Go, Mommy...(so many mushroomhaed songs i like, but those are some of the "elites") Ill Nino - How Can I live Chevelle - Send the Pain Below System of a Down - Spiders there are many, many more, but that's a start.
#24 Posted on 22.10.03 0324.26 Reposted on: 22.10.10 0327.35
"Originally Suggested by Mystic Gohan 2003: Staind-Epiphany."
Alright...I don't know how many of the songs that have been suggested so far are really really heavy, because I don't generally listen to very much heavy stuff, but I know that Epiphany is no heavy song. Yes, it's a great song, yes, it's probably one of the two or three best songs from that altogether terrific CD, but it is in no way a hard rock song. That said, I'd suggest "Open Your Eyes" from that very same Staind CD.
However, MG2003, big ups to you for Chevelle and Disturbed, although myself I would have put Remember on there before Prayer.
PS: I know I'm going to get killed for this, and I should, but I'd put Saliva's "Click Click Boom" on there too....guilty pleasure to the max.