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Umm, I don't think Nirvana were more talented than Guns N' Roses... Kurt wasn't a better guitarist than Slash and wasn't a better singer than Axl either. - Metal_Treasure
And it's by the most talentless and the crappiest music writer ever... - somekindofaguy
Maybe he was too high at that time. - zxm
Maybe this is the reason people hate Guns N' Roses so much because they are mindless slaves who worship Kobain as if he was a god or something and making bands like Guns N' Roses look like satan or something - christangrantV 1 Comment
Nine Inch Nails is so much better than Marilyn Manson - christangrant
Not Elvis Presley for sure... - somekindofaguy
I definitely agree with this. - Metal_Treasure
Arjen Lucassen of Ayreon also talked about Hansi Kursch as the Astronomer in a concept album:
"Hansi was my first choice basically... I had this song “Planet Y Is Alive” and I still remember exactly... I was walking in the forest and I had the melody “planet Y is alive” in my head and I heard it with Hansi’s voice. Like it couldn’t be anyone else! What I like about his voice is that again it’s very distinctive. And he’s an incredibly nice guy as well, one of the nicest guys in the business." - Metal_Treasure
One of the nicest bros in music history (sarcasm). - Metal_Treasure
What the :O - somekindofaguy
Because Dio is a Metal God (Dio means God in Italian) - christangrant
Is this positive or negative opinion? - somekindofaguy
LOL - christangrant
Richard’s speech at Berry’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - Metal_Treasure
Tim Charles of Ne Obliviscaris - Metal_Treasure
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2. Trent Reznor on Marilyn Manson: "A malicious guy [who] will step on anybody’s face to succeed, and cross any line of decency."
3. Van Morrison on The Beatles: "The Beatles were peripheral. If you had more knowledge about music. It didn't really mean anything."