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  1. #531
    Daddio
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    Bands that don't sound good live, but sound good on their records:

    1. Red Hot Chili Peppers (For a long time, anyway)
    2. Chris Cagle
    3. The Cranberries (anyone ever see or hear their Woodstock performance?)

  2. #532
    Tigrazhia
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    Bands that don't sound good live, but sound good on their records:

    1. Red Hot Chili Peppers (For a long time, anyway)
    2. Chris Cagle
    3. The Cranberries (anyone ever see or hear their Woodstock performance?)
    4. Yes (or maybe that was just me....)

  3. #533
    Daddio
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    Bands that don't sound good live, but sound good on their records:

    1. Red Hot Chili Peppers (For a long time, anyway)
    2. Chris Cagle
    3. The Cranberries (anyone ever see or hear their Woodstock performance?)
    4. Yes (or maybe that was just me....)
    5. Millie Vanillie - wink, wink (PS to Wyndemere, you are not alone - I went to a Yes concert once, the best two hour nap I ever had).

  4. #534
    masashi
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    Bands that don't sound good live, but sound good on their records:

    1. Red Hot Chili Peppers (For a long time, anyway)
    2. Chris Cagle
    3. The Cranberries (anyone ever see or hear their Woodstock performance?)
    4. Yes (or maybe that was just me....)
    5. Millie Vanillie - wink, wink (PS to Wyndemere, you are not alone - I went to a Yes concert once, the best two hour nap I ever had).
    6. Linkin Park (bought the Live in Texas CD, not really impressed - but LP still good on record )

  5. #535
    Tigrazhia
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    Bands that don't sound good live, but sound good on their records:

    1. Red Hot Chili Peppers (For a long time, anyway)
    2. Chris Cagle
    3. The Cranberries (anyone ever see or hear their Woodstock performance?)
    4. Yes (or maybe that was just me....)
    5. Millie Vanillie - wink, wink (PS to Wyndemere, you are not alone - I went to a Yes concert once, the best two hour nap I ever had).
    6. Linkin Park (bought the Live in Texas CD, not really impressed - but LP still good on record )
    7. Mary Chapin Carpenter (altho I think she mighta had just a bad night...not sure...lol)

  6. #536
    Daddio
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    Bands that don't sound good live, but sound good on their records:

    1. Red Hot Chili Peppers (For a long time, anyway)
    2. Chris Cagle
    3. The Cranberries (anyone ever see or hear their Woodstock performance?)
    4. Yes (or maybe that was just me....)
    5. Millie Vanillie - wink, wink (PS to Wyndemere, you are not alone - I went to a Yes concert once, the best two hour nap I ever had).
    6. Linkin Park (bought the Live in Texas CD, not really impressed - but LP still good on record )
    7. Mary Chapin Carpenter (altho I think she mighta had just a bad night...not sure...lol
    8. Guns n' Roses (Axl used to like to blame the sound guy by screaming expletives)

  7. #537
    masashi
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    Bands that don't sound good live, but sound good on their records:

    1. Red Hot Chili Peppers (For a long time, anyway)
    2. Chris Cagle
    3. The Cranberries (anyone ever see or hear their Woodstock performance?)
    4. Yes (or maybe that was just me....)
    5. Millie Vanillie - wink, wink (PS to Wyndemere, you are not alone - I went to a Yes concert once, the best two hour nap I ever had).
    6. Linkin Park (bought the Live in Texas CD, not really impressed - but LP still good on record )
    7. Mary Chapin Carpenter (altho I think she mighta had just a bad night...not sure...lol
    8. Guns n' Roses (Axl used to like to blame the sound guy by screaming expletives)
    9. Hoobastank (from what I've heard that is)

  8. #538
    Tigrazhia
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    Bands that don't sound good live, but sound good on their records:

    1. Red Hot Chili Peppers (For a long time, anyway)
    2. Chris Cagle
    3. The Cranberries (anyone ever see or hear their Woodstock performance?)
    4. Yes (or maybe that was just me....)
    5. Millie Vanillie - wink, wink (PS to Wyndemere, you are not alone - I went to a Yes concert once, the best two hour nap I ever had).
    6. Linkin Park (bought the Live in Texas CD, not really impressed - but LP still good on record )
    7. Mary Chapin Carpenter (altho I think she mighta had just a bad night...not sure...lol
    8. Guns n' Roses (Axl used to like to blame the sound guy by screaming expletives)
    9. Hoobastank (from what I've heard that is)
    10. Foreigner (Lou Gramm needs to either retire or get back in shape!)

    Ok, how about bands that have had at LEAST two different main vocalists.

    1. Van Halen

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    Ok, how about bands that have had at LEAST two different main vocalists.

    1. Van Halen
    2. Journey (Steve Perry cannot be matched)
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  10. #540
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    bands that have had at LEAST two different main vocalists.

    1. Van Halen
    2. Journey (Steve Perry cannot be matched)
    3. Motley Crue

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