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Jeff
Mar 14 2007, 08:42 PM
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Just for fun, if you could put together a dream band with one guitar, bass, drums and vocals who would it be? I will start with this:

Guitar - Al DiMeola
Bass - Victor Wooten
Drums - Neal Peart
Vocals - Chris Cornell

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Mar 14 2007, 08:55 PM
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Well i cant do one if each, so you could just pick one from each category, but this is a list of everyone in the band

Guitarists:
Dave Murray - Lead & Rhythm
Muhammad Suicmez - Lead & Rhythm
Steve Vai - Lead & Rhythm
Me - Lead & Rhythm

Bass
Billy Sheehan - Lead & Rhythm
Steve Harris - Lead & Rythm
John Myung - Lead & Rhythm

Drums(Either one):
Thomen Stauch
Jukka Nevalainen
Jason Bittner

Vocals:
Bruce Dickinson
Judas Priest
Cam Pipes
Tim Ownens
Mikael Akerfeldt
Muhammad Sucimez

It would be the most Epic album ever, every singer having his own part to sing, like Avantasia's Metal Opera, 3 Guitarists and Bassists all who would be Doing Solo's at one point or another, and a collection of the best Vocals from Clean to Growls.

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Stijntjen
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a band called the resurrected
featuring
vocals : Freddie Mercury (former lead singer from Queen)
guitar : Jimi Hendrix (former great guitarist)
bass : Sid Vicious (former heroïne addict)
Drums : John Bonham (former drummer from Led Zeppelin)

Songwriting and creative mastermind : Syd Barret (former lsd tripper and the mastermind from "bike"

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QUOTE (Stijntjen @ Mar 14 2007, 10:21 PM) *
a band called the resurrected
featuring
vocals : Freddie Mercury (former lead singer from Queen)
guitar : Jimi Hendrix (former great guitarist)
bass : Sid Vicious (former heroïne addict)
Drums : John Bonham (former drummer from Led Zeppelin)

Songwriting and creative mastermind : Syd Barret (former lsd tripper and the mastermind from "bike"


What a stiff collection of musicians... biggrin.gif

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Robin
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ooo I like topics like this.

Drums: John Bonham(led zeppelin)
Guitar: Me of course smile.gif
Bass: Steve Harris(iron maiden)
Vocals: Biff Byford(saxon)

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Mar 15 2007, 03:35 AM
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YES!

Someone else picked Harris! My favorite bassist

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QUOTE (The Uncreator @ Mar 15 2007, 03:35 AM) *
YES!

Someone else picked Harris! My favorite bassist


Indeed, he is absolutely awesome.

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Mine would be

Vocals: Rik Emmet (Triumph)
Guitar: Jimmy Page (led Zeppelin)
Bass: Geddy Lee (Rush)
Drums: Neil Peart (Rush)

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Gabriel Leopardi
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It's very difficult!!!

I think this could be an amazing band:

Maynard James Keenan (Tool) - Vocals
Steve vai- Lead Guitar
Dave Navarro - Rhythm Guitar
Flea (RHCP) - Bass
Trent Reznor (NIN)- Keys, Synth & back vocals
Josh Freese (A perfect circle) - Drums


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In my opinion none of these band's could work good BECAUSE: all of them play different styles and they have their own bands which worked together for a long time. If you just put 5 great musicians who never played together they wouldn't be able to play as a REAL band (Steve Vai band, Dream Theater). Every member has to feel their band m8 so it's actually not that simple.

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QUOTE (Pavel @ Mar 15 2007, 01:18 PM) *
In my opinion none of these band's could work good BECAUSE: all of them play different styles and they have their own bands which worked together for a long time. If you just put 5 great musicians who never played together they wouldn't be able to play as a REAL band (Steve Vai band, Dream Theater). Every member has to feel their band m8 so it's actually not that simple.

Just my opinion.


You're right of course but its fun to talk about - any of the bands proposed above would probably split due to artistic differences in about 3 seconds smile.gif

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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Mar 15 2007, 03:05 PM) *
You're right of course but its fun to talk about - any of the bands proposed above would probably split due to artistic differences in about 3 seconds smile.gif



jaja.. it's true... I think that what Pavel is saying is ok but I agree to Andrew. We are only "dreaming" and it is funny. I said that my "dream band" is a band that could be amazing to be seen live.

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Mar 15 2007, 07:23 PM) *
jaja.. it's true... I think that what Pavel is saying is ok but I agree to Andrew. We are only "dreaming" and it is funny. I said that my "dream band" is a band that could be amazing to be seen live.



It is fun, but we could make it even better. How about this instead - the most rediculous band you can think of (I can't help but think of all the TV/Movie actor musician wanna-be's):

Guitar: Corey Feldman
Vocals: David Hasslehoff
Bass: The dude from the Wiggles (only one I can think of - he might actually be decent but I have no idea)
Drums: Radar O'Riley from M*A*S*H

Special Guest: The kid on the banjo from Deliverance

laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif

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QUOTE (jeff @ Mar 15 2007, 04:00 PM) *
It is fun, but we could make it even better. How about this instead - the most rediculous band you can think of (I can't help but think of all the TV/Movie actor musician wanna-be's):

Guitar: Corey Feldman
Vocals: David Hasslehoff
Bass: The dude from the Wiggles (only one I can think of - he might actually be decent but I have no idea)
Drums: Radar O'Riley from M*A*S*H

Special Guest: The kid on the banjo from Deliverance

laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif




I don't know this people!! but I trust in you, let's produce their album!

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QUOTE (Stevie·Ray·Vaughn @ Mar 15 2007, 11:02 AM) *
Mine would be

Vocals: Rik Emmet (Triumph)
Guitar: Jimmy Page (led Zeppelin)
Bass: Geddy Lee (Rush)
Drums: Neil Peart (Rush)




Pretty damn close to being the ultimate band.

But I would have to go with this line up as the ultimate rock band ever

Vocals: Rob Halford (Judas Preist)
Bass: Geddy Lee (Rush)
Drums: Neil Peart (Rush)
Guitars: Randy Rhoads (Ozzy)

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Robin
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QUOTE (Pavel @ Mar 15 2007, 06:18 PM) *
In my opinion none of these band's could work good BECAUSE: all of them play different styles and they have their own bands which worked together for a long time. If you just put 5 great musicians who never played together they wouldn't be able to play as a REAL band (Steve Vai band, Dream Theater). Every member has to feel their band m8 so it's actually not that simple.

Just my opinion.


yeah of course, I totally agree, but its fun with topics like these anyway smile.gif

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Yeah i agree as well, i mean, Look at my list....do you really think that would work out?

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QUOTE (The Uncreator @ Mar 15 2007, 08:44 PM) *
Yeah i agree as well, i mean, Look at my list....do you really think that would work out?


Nah, but the one song they play before the arguments start would abso-frigin-lutely awesome!

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Yeah it would be pretty insane

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This is a tuff questions as way to many to choose from. But here goes:

Guitar: Tom Morello

Bass: Flea

Vocals: Serj Tankian

Drums: Dave Grohl

However for me it doesn't get much better than Led Zeppelin or The Who with a little Metallica thrown in for good measure. biggrin.gif

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