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Monday, May 05, 2008

The Rolling Stones list

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   Very dissapointing for me!!!!I know that it's there oppinoin but still.
  Stevie Vai isn't even on the list!!!! Kurt Cobain is to high on the list and Rhandy Rhoads is to low on the list. over all it was a dissapointment.
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!!B.C.RICH!! wrote on May 5th, 2008 5:40am

i totally agree and angus young is so much better than kurt cobain. kurt was always high never knew wat he ws saying and should be like no. 99 or100 and angus should be like 7!!!!. kirk hammett should be 1!!!! jk.....2


Brandon Leea wrote on May 9th, 2008 4:31am

See, every one has been agreeing with me about this list. Personally i dont think Kurt Cobain should even be on the list. And where the hell on that list is Jeff Heally. How can they not include Jeff Heally. And David Gilmour should be a lot higher on that list then he is. AND WHY IN THE HELL IS PAGE ONLY # 9!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That is my biggest compaint. And also, Kirk hammet should be high on the list to, thanks for the comment Christian,


Jimbleton wrote on May 9th, 2008 6:06pm

why is eddie van halen in the 70s? what is the deal with that? and kurt cobain, powerchords all the way


Hydra26 wrote on May 13th, 2008 4:28am

What you gotta understand is it's all industry ratings and stuff. How skilled you are isn't as important as how many records you push over the counter. And from my experience, awesome guitar players, for the most part only interest other guitar players. They don't have the same general appeal that a simple jingle has that will move retail units (records). Keep in mind Rolling Stone exists to serve the industry. Look at the Grammys, how relevant are they to what your opinion is? Same sort of mentality. Les Paul himself is only good enough to make the middle of the list despite havign contributed greatly to the invention of the modern electric guitar and having invented multitrack recording and having a regular tv spot in the 1950's (there was only 3 channels) among other things. So truly, when they say "of all time" they're taking into account what they want and it seems to me they're judging the classics by todays standards instead of measuring them against the standard of the day.


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