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  • #16
    Take heart...if the same poll were conducted over here about the greatest US acts, you'd probably see someone like Britney Spears or Avril LaVigne topping the list. It's just a popularity contest for kids under the age of 18.
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    • #17
      Ummm....

      Depeche Mode!

      (there, I said it!)

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      • #18
        Blodwyn Pigg

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        • #19
          Great! I just printed out that list on a roll of toilet paper for my late night enjoyment!

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          • #20
            Beatles
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            • #21
              What? No f---ing Police? (yeah, I know that Stew is a yank)

              Peter Gabriel?

              King Crimson?

              Brian Eno?

              Give me a falking break!
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              • #22
                Originally posted by relayer66
                Great! I just printed out that list on a roll of toilet paper for my late night enjoyment!


                DAMNIT!!! Coffee sprayed across my monitor is just NOT good for it!!!!!
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                • #23
                  this are the annals of tomorrow i guess

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Angelo Clematide
                    this are the annals of tomorrow i guess

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                    You mean future vintage? Can you imagine your grandsons at 50 or 60 years old nostalgic about "the crucial influence of George Michael" or " Gorillaz, the gurus of electronic music" or " Coldplay, the founders of modern rock" !!!!
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                    • #25
                      I'm afraid that's the way it will be, there was always something before as well after.

                      Not to long ago i was invited to a old friend in Pasadena, he showd me a synthesizer he build in 1937, haven't seen his name on any polls however.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by boosh



                        Didn't he come from another side of the ocean?
                        Actually, the Jimi Hendrix "Experience" was 2 3rd's English(Mitch Mitchell/Noel Redding), so you could say that the "Experience" were an English band. Did Jimi represent only one 3rd? Hmmmmm.................
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                        • #27
                          That list is the biggest pile of **************** ever lol!! To be fair, there are a few people who deserve to be on it but the vast majority of them .... O.o

                          The only person of modern times who even deserves a mention on that list with those greats is probably Beverley Knight... but the rest of them... **************** orff!!

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                          • #28
                            The fact that the Beatles are #34 tells me this poll was done on kids 18 years and younger. Seriously, without the fab 4, about 90% of those bands aren`t up there.

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                            • #29
                              I'm surprised no one's mentioned me

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                              • #30
                                Tom Jones?
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