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    Posted: November/05/2009 at 4:58am
yeah I agree, Neil Diamond is pretty awesome...my parents always listened to him too
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I grew up listening to Neil Diamond. He has a movie called THE JAZZ SINGER. It is an older movie, but it is great. It tells of his life and his music. There are all different versions of his popular stuff.
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Tears for Fears wasn't bad just not my thing.

I guess you are right about ZZ Top but I still like their music. However, I've so outgrown their lyrics. That's one thing I like about Aerosmith, their lyrics are unique.

I like U2's popular hits but I'm not a diehard fan. I recently read an interview of the band in Rolling Stone Magazine that was interesting about how they came up with their newest album. I forgot the man's name, but the man that helped them out with it was the same one that worked with Coldplay on theirs.

I recently bought Neil Diamond's greatest hits! I like him.
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What do you have against TEARS FOR FEARS Dnurse? They were no more corny than any other 80's bands, but they had better music.

ZZ TOP? Good band, but so 1 dimensional. All of their songs sound alike. The drummer knows 1 beat, and all the songs are based around it. Ugh, ok, I'll be nice.

Sammy Hagar had more respect for the music, his band mates, and life in general. Don't get me wrong, I love DLR. His SKYSKRAPER album is a top 10 album imo.

INXS was good.

Anyone else fans of U2 or Neil Diamond?



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Here is a list of my top 100 bands:

1 through 100: Galt Aureus
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