Discussion in 'Music & Music Streaming Services' started by gringottsdirect, Feb 17, 2003.
So whose your favourite, or maybe like both / neither ?
I voted for "I'm really confused" which is a new option I just added
I do have a couple of Bryan Adams CDs though and I loved 'Baby When You're Gone' that he did with Mel C (where 'C' stands for 'council estate').
and the problem with council estate is ?
It's full of council folk
The council estate, possibly my favourite stereotype!
I think that... (pre-emptive edit).
Bryan Adams for me
Reckless, was a great album - Run to you and summer of '69 stand out.
Not a big fan of Bryan Adams
But what the fudge is Ryan Adams?
Are they related? If not, what is the point of this poll
what the fudge is Ryan Adams?
Formerly lead singer with Whiskeytown. Responsible for one of the best albums of last year 'Gold'.
You should check him out.
Also called Chad Kroeger a TOTAL PENIS SAUSAGE ! which is nice.
I wouldn't have been quite so polite.
I like Bryan Adams fine enough, but everytime I tell someone they should buy Ryan Adams album, they almost always mix them up.
Ryan Adams is really brilliant.
Voted for Ryan obviously
Nothing wrong with Chad
Except he's total penis sausage, obviously
I like Nickleback. Granted he's a bit ugly but still.....
I think I'm gonna have to find some Ryan Adams and have a listen
Bryan Adams check out live at Slaine Castle Ireland available reg 1 dvd only.Magic
Just ordered all 3 of Ryan Adams albums, reminds me of David Gray a lot.
A couple of the Whiskeytown albums are a bit 'hick country&western' but their Pneumonia album smacks of the latter day Ryan Adams sound more than any of the others. Check out the samples here:
To be fair, they remind me more of a Nashville-ised Waterboys...it's probably the fiddle. 'Strangers Almanac' and 'Pneumonia' are great albums.
Don't judge 'Heartbreaker' too quickly as 'hick country&western' - it certainly has that sound but it's a stunning album. 'My Winding Wheel', 'Oh My Sweet Carolina', 'Come Pick Me Up' (I'll stop there before I list the entire album) are all bonafide classics.
'Gold' is more rock'n'roll and probably more accessible (I don't think so but it's what a lot my friends have said)
'Demolition' more a mixture of the two but worth the price of admission for 'Dear Chicago' alone.
Let is know what you think.
Have you heard Rural Free Delivery? It takes the Hicksters Achievement Award
I ordered all the Whiskeytown albums apart from Rural Free Delivery
I have been warned off it on more than one occasion. I'll check out the samples tonight. Thing with Country or alt-Country -- when it's bad, it's REALLY bad
Ryan Adams all the way, great sausage rock! I have GOLD ON SACD and HEARTBREAKER on vinyl. Bryan Adams makes me sleepy...
I thought long and hard about this as I didn't want to make a rash descision. However, after carefull consideration, they are both gaylords.
Nashville Gaylord ?
Used to like Bran Adams in younger years, but liked the dance remix track more recently.
Ryan Adams does pretty fine stuff, of note, I love his Nuclear track.
Cheers Squirrel. Now i've voted
Yeah, but I'm no longer confused
How did you find them, Squirrel God ?
Not listened yet. They only arrived a couple of weeks ago.
Probably listen to them in the next few weeks (have loads of new CDs here piled up ready to go so gonna take some time ).
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