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DEPECHE MODE!

Also inducted are The Doobie Brothers, Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails, The Notorious B.I.G. and T-Rex.

A great line up.


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Post by ian » Tue Jan 21, 2020 1:24 am

Bandit wrote:
Fri Jan 10, 2020 4:56 pm
Well seeing Jay Bently answer questions is always good.
If Graffin is my musical soul mate, Bently is my philosophical soul mate.

as for Baker, he may be a johnny come lately, but has now been a member for so long, he can be taken as a real member of the band. :olol:
Great video!
Second favorite band: Bad Religion
5 most influential punk punk albums (excluding Bad religion):
The Clash, Never Mind the Bollocks, (GI), Walk Among Us, Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables.
Nothing newer than 1982 could be included, and even putting a 1982 album was a stretch and influencing punk after 1985 was really hard.

5 songs that define bad religion:
Suffer, Inner Logic, Cease, Nobody Listens, dearly beloved. Or 3 to 1 Graffin to Gurewitz, 1 shared.

VEGAN AIRSPACE and YOGA FUEL :rofl2: I'm gonna use that one...

Mount Rushmore of Punk Rock:
Joey Ramone, Johhny Rotten, Iggy Pop, Greg Graffin.

biggest misconception about Bad Religion:
that anyone can get it. They are seriously fucking thesaurus rock.

Cover of a Bad religion song:
Tom Petty doing Adam's Atoms would be something I'd like to hear for some reason. :rofl:

That video makes me regret even more that I didn't go to their latest show here... I'd pay $120 to see THEM.. but fuck the $180 for the shitty festival they played at...
Festival contract blocked side gigs too, so there was never a chance of seeing a decent Bad religion show.
Hank Azaria not playing Apu on the Simpsons will make the role as irrelevant as the Simpsons has been as a series since 1999!

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1 - Billie Eilish – "Bad Guy"
2 - Flume featuring Vera Blue – "Rushing Back"
3 - Mallrat – "Charlie"
4 - Tones and I – "Dance Monkey"
5 - Denzel Curry – "Bulls on Parade" (Like a Version)
6 - G Flip – "Drink Too Much"
7 - Lime Cordiale – "Robbery"
8 - The Jungle Giants – "Heavy Hearted"
9 - Thelma Plum – "Better in Blak"
10 - Hilltop Hoods featuring Illy and Ecca Vandal – "Exit Sign"[/list]
  • Billie Eilish scored five tracks in the countdown.
  • Billie Eilish becomes the youngest artist and the first female solo artist to top the Hottest 100.
  • Thelma Plum becomes the highest ranking Indigenous Australian artist in Hottest 100 history.
  • Denzel Curry's "Bulls on Parade" becomes the highest ranking Like A Version cover in Hottest 100 history.
  • Slipknot mark their first appearance in a Hottest 100 since 2000, their 19-year absence breaking the record for the longest in Hottest 100 history.
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Here are some of the best songs from this year's Coldest 100. Enjoy!














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