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#121332 by VocalsBass
Sun Aug 22, 2010 2:34 pm
sanshouheil wrote:Click Click

I always liked Saliva and the 'rap-core' genre, Click, Click Boom is a favorite of mine, here's another fav. by them.


#121343 by gbheil
Sun Aug 22, 2010 4:00 pm
Cool, wasn't sure who did that one. 8)

#121391 by Starfish Scott
Mon Aug 23, 2010 7:48 pm
VocalsBass wrote:I like that version of 'Hey Joe' Bob!
I saw this guy in Beaumont, Texas last year, his name is 'Mike Zito', I think I spelled his name correct, he is from around the Lake Charles, Louisiana area, has a couple of CDs out and he travels all over the states playing music, and does a great version of 'Hey Joe', sings lead vocals and is a pretty good lead guitarist, I missed him playing with his full band while he was in Houston, but his acoustic show was awesome.

(Mike Zito-Hey Joe)

That was interesting, but Mike Zito made HEY JOE into a "southern rock tune".

I like the tune better in the genre package it came in.

#121418 by VocalsBass
Mon Aug 23, 2010 11:32 pm
Mike Zito is mostly into the Blues scene, New Orleans Funk, and Southern Rock, I know that fisherman bob likes blues so I thought that I would throw 'Zito' his way, I personally like Zito's version of Hey Joe and Hendrix's original.
Also the Roy Buchanan version that bob mentioned, I have to agree that Buchanan is a 'killer' lead guitarist. :wink:

#124361 by FU
Sun Sep 19, 2010 3:00 pm
Filler by Minor threat. My War by black Flag.

#124467 by Kruliosis
Mon Sep 20, 2010 11:27 pm
Good choices FU!

I'd say the angriest would have to be Hung Metal or Necessary Evil by Napalm Death.

#125564 by racefanrob
Sun Oct 03, 2010 10:59 pm
American Woman by the Guess Who also sounded like an angry tune to me. It was all about the hate,
"I'm no good for you . . . you're no good for me"
And back in late 1969 when they recorded it, it was a very heavy tune too.

#125917 by bundydude
Thu Oct 07, 2010 9:44 pm
Had to think for a minute on this one. I remember a song by Static X called "This is not" as being pretty brutal for a single. "This is not my life. This is not my home. This is not me. I hate this..." Something like that, and not just the lyrics, but the music was very intense and the guys vocal delivery was absolutely filled with anger. I recall because at the time I felt much the way the song came across. It was a bad moment in life. I was bitter and angry with everything. That was then...No longer...nuff said.

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