Rock n Pop.. Some easy peasy questions for ya?

What's your favorite..

Song:

Album:

Member:

of Pink Floyd, Iron Maiden, Alice in Chains, and Dead Kennedys. (for each one)

I know it's not very creative, but one can only come up with so many ideas for questions :/

MQ: Last cd/vinyl/etc you bought? I just got London Calling by The Clash from my friend for Christmas :D

MQ2: What's your favorite quote from a musician?

MQ3: Have you ever met a famous musician?

MQ4: What's your favorite punk band?

MQ5: Shuffle 5 if you're not too lazy

BQ: How are you guys? I hope you have a Merry Christmas :D

Update:

Hey Adam, I'm ok. I have two final exams tomorrow that I have not yet started studying for. So that's not so good. But other than that I'm fine. =)

Update 2:

Hey Johnny! I'm ok, and thanks :D

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  • J
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    hello odd :)

    member:

    PF - Syd Barrett probably, Wish You Were Here, The Gnome

    Maiden - Paul DiAnno before he got kicked out, debut, Running Free

    Alice in Chains - Layne Stanley (spelled right?), self titled, and Man in the Box

    DK - Jello or East Bay Ray, Resh Fruit, and When Ya Get Drafted

    MA: i got Pink Floyd - Piper at the Gates of Dawn and Pixies - Come on Pilgrim on cd, and Bad Brains debut album on vinyl

    MA2: Kurt Cobain - "I wont eat anything green"

    MA3: kind of, The Machine is a really good Pink Floyd cover band and i met them and got autographs. im also friends with Matt Eltringham who has a cd on itunes and his brother is in the Wallflowers with Jakob Dyaln (Bob Dylan's son)

    MA4: BAD BRAiNS

    MA5:

    Eagles - Tequila Sunrise

    Beatles - Paperback Writer

    Nirvana - All Apologies

    John Lennon - Instant Karma

    Dead Kennedys - I Kill Children

    BA: im pretty good how are you? have a merry Christmas :)

  • David
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    It's pretty much impossible for me to pick one favorite song or album, or even band for that matter. I have such eclectic tastes in music, and the stuff I'm really in the mood to hear varies frequently.

    However, your second question is easy. Here are my favorite members of the bands you listed.

    Pink Floyd: Roger Waters, since he was the driving force behind most of my favorite Floyd songs. Having said that, Syd Barrett, David Gilmour, and Richard Wright each made their own vital contributions as well. I suppose Nick Mason did too, even if he was just the drummer. (Sorry, all you drummers out there...)

    Iron Maiden: Bruce Dickinson.

    Alice in Chains: Not really a fan, sorry.

    Dead Kennedys: Jello Biafra. His lyrics, dark humor, wit, politics, and irreverence were, to me, the primary appeal of that band, as much as I also love East Bay Ray's guitar-playing, Klaus Flouride's bass-playing, and DH Peligro's drumming.

    MQ: The last CD... not even sure to be honest... it's been a while. I used to buy CD's all the time, but not so much these days, for tedious personal reasons which I'll spare you.

    MQ2: There are many, but I'm really fond of, well, not a "quote" per se, but the line from "Know Your Rights" by the Clash that goes "You have the right to free speech as long as you're not dumb enough to actually try it."

    MQ3: Semi-famous: Sophie B. Hawkins. She had a huge hit back in the early nineties (probably before your time) called "Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover".

    MQ4: The Dead Kennedys, though I also love the Sex Pistols and the Clash.

    MQ5: Shuffle 5? Not sure I even understand the question, though if it has anything to do with Ipods, I don't have one.

    BQ: Hanging in there I guess. Thanks, to you as well.

  • Josh
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    Pink Floyd

    Song: Have a Cigar

    Album: Wish You Were Here

    Member: Rodger Waters

    Iron Maiden:

    Song: Strangers in a Strange Land

    Album: Somewhere in Time

    Member: Bruce Dickinson

    Dead Kennedys:

    Song: Kink Sex Makes The World Go Around

    Album: Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death

    MQ: Danzig- Danzig

    MQ2: I'll have to think

    MQ3: Craig Mabbitt, Lou(We Came as Romans), Davie Jones

    MQ4: There's so many, The Aquabats, The Clash etc etc.

    MQ5:

    Clocks- VersaEmerge

    Rationalist- August Burns Red

    Elegy- As I Lay Dying

    Springtime Out the Van Window- Anthony Green

    Planet Telex- Radiohead

  • 1 decade ago

    Pink Floyd

    -Song: 'Wish You Were Here'

    -Album: Wish You Were Here

    -Member: Roger Waters

    Iron Maiden

    -Song: 'Number of the Beast'

    -Album: Powerslave

    -Member: Bruce Dickinson

    Alice in Chains

    -Song: 'No Excuses'

    -Album: Jar of Flies

    -Member: Mike Inez

    Dead Kennedys

    -Song: 'Holiday in Cambodia'

    -Album: Give Me Convenience OR Give Me Death

    -Member: Jello Biafra

    MQ: Generation Terrorists - Manic Street Preachers and Tigermilk - Belle & Sebastian

    MQ2: "A poem is a naked person...some people say I am a poet" - Bob Dylan, he used to say the weirdest things in the 60s

    MQ3: I met Keith Murray from We Are Scientists once, he was really nice. I also saw David Bowie from a distance on the street once, made my life.

    MQ4: Ah, way too many for me to pick just one. The Clash is pretty high up there though, so are Dead Kennedys

    MQ5:

    1) Holiday in Cambodia - Dead Kennedys (lol)

    2) Shut the Club Down - Girl Talk

    3) Evangeline - Bad Religion

    4) I Will Survive - CAKE

    5) William's Last Words - Manic Street Preachers

    BQ: I'm as alright as a person who hasn't slept in two days can be. Hope you have a nice holiday too.

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  • Adam
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Favorite...

    Song: "Black Rose Immortal" by Opeth

    Album: "Vulgar Display Of Power" by Pantera

    Favorite member of:

    Pink Floyd: Roger Waters

    Iron Maiden: Bruce Dickinson

    Alice In Chains: Layne Stayley

    Dead Kennedys: Jello Biafra

    (Apparently I'm a big fan of singers haha)

    MQ: Hmmmm I think it was "From Afar" by Ensiferum

    MQ2: I LOVE the quote from the new Enter Shikari song "Juggernauts" that I've been listening to a ton lately so I will post that.

    "And I'm not saying that we could do better

    But given the chance we'd try"

    MQ3: My favorite musician is Dimebag who is unfortunately dead so that would be a no :(

    MQ4: Reel Big Fish (Ska/punk ftw!)

    BQ: Ehh I've been better to be honest. How are you? =)

  • Laura
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Mostly anything by 30 Seconds to Mars, and Incubus. MQ: All Along The Watchtower by The Jimi Hendrix Experience Urgent- Foreigner Bad- Michael Jackson Brain Stew- Green Day Rocky Mountain Way- Joe Walsh Panama- Van Halen Ramble On- Led Zeppelin Cradle of Love- Billy Idol Learn to Fly- Foo Fighters Was It A Dream- 30 Seconds To Mars MQ2: Go to P&S. They always have something interesting to say.

  • PF

    Us and Them

    Dark Side of the Moon

    Syd

    Maiden

    2 Minutes to Midnight

    Number of the Beast

    Paul Di'Anno

    Alice in Chains

    Tough to choose one, but i'll go with Angry Chair

    Dirt

    Layne

    Dead Kennedys

    Cali Uber Alles

    Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables

    Ray

    MQ: Cage the Elephants self titled album

    MQ2: "Nobody dies a virgin... Life f***** us all."- Kurt Cobain

    MQ3: No, not yet.

    MQ4: God, tie between Ramones and Dead Kennedys, can't decide.

    MQ5:

    Wait for You- Atreyu

    Stuff is Messed Up- The Offspring

    The Enemy- Godsmack

    Come Alive- Foo Fighters

    About a Girl(Unplugged)- Nirvana

  • comma,
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Pink Floyd

    Song: Comfortably Numb, Sheep, Breathe and Time

    Album: Dark Side of the Moon (cliche i know)

    Member: Roger Waters

    Alice in Chains

    Song: Would? Get Born Again

    Album- Dunno, havent listened to all yet

    Member: Layne Staley rip

    Don't follow the other 2 enough to decide.

    MA: Them Crooked Vultures self titled <3

    MA2:

    "I heard that your brain stops growing when you start doing drugs. Let’s see, I guess that makes me 19."Steven Tyler, Aerosmith

    I've been imitated so well I've heard people copy my mistakes." Jimi Hendrix

    MA3: Once, i met Jet.

    MA4: Don't like punk sorry.

    MA5:

    Outside the Wall- Pink Floyd

    Murder Suicide Meteor Slave- Jeff Buckley

    Epitaph- King Crimson

    Come As You Are- Nirvana

    Nightmares by the Sea- Jeff Buckley

    BA: Not bad thanks.

  • 1 decade ago

    Pink Floyd:

    song- set the controls for the heart of the sun

    album- atom heart mother

    member- good ol' syd barrett.

    Iron Maiden:

    song- 22 acacia avenue

    album- seventh son of a seventh son

    member- bruce dickinson! (:

    Alice In Chains:

    song- dam that river

    album- dirt

    member- jerry cantrell

    Dead Kennedys:

    song- holiday in cambodia

    album- fresh fruit for rotting vegetables (only one I've really listened to enough to make a fair judgement about.)

    ma: my friend gave me Broken Boy Soilders by the Raconteurs yesterday.

    ma2: "I'd rather be hated for who I am than loved for who I am." -Kurt Cobain (can't really think of any others I really like atm.)

    ma3: welllll...no.

    ma4: fugazi

    ma5: Cool Runnings-Nasty Idols

    Tomorrow She Goes Away- the Ramones

    Last Rockers- Vice Squad

    Atomic- Blondie

    (New Wave) Polly- Nirvana

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Song: Houses of The Holy or Heartbreaker (Zeppelin)

    Album: Led Zeppelin IV

    Members: Roger Waters, Steve Harris, not really into them but i guess Layne Staley, dont know the dead kennedys, sorry

    MQ: Houses of The Holy

    MQ2: Whoever controls the media, controls the mind ~ Jim Morrison

    MQ3: nope, i will in Heaven though

    MQ4: not into punk

    MQ5: dont own an ipod

    BQ: I am great, MERRY CHRISTMAS! not happy holidays to all you satanists out there

    EDIT: wait, i think i did it wrong, you wanted songs albums from each band. sorry, hehe

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