Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by Zombie Pornstar, Jan 20, 2007.
thats because you are a fool
no. no he is not.
Disagree. Fuck that nigga
mine would be liam gallagher.
As for Axl.
I'd say he WAS one of the best. Its a shame, they coulda been the biggest band ever.
biggest? who cares? but the question "whos the greatest frontman" is kind of bunk to begin with because its purely based on individual opinion. Kinda what music is about. And the fact that musicians are all individuals themselves with different ideas and messages to communicate makes the whole thing hard to compare.
Whats my opinion? I like kurt cobain for what he tried to do, and for what he said. I like bob dylan for what he said. I like neil young for his honesty. I like axl rose for his energy. and the list goes on and on...
Its a forum dipshit, individual opinion is what this is all about.
P.S Kurt Cobain sucked a big dick.
What did he try and do? Make a million bucks and complain about it, worst role model ever, produced a generation of girly whiners and suiciders. I know, i was one of em.
YOUR opinion is like an ass hole, sure everyone else has one, but YOURS smells like SHIT.
Kurt Cobain was awesome, I still listen to his music now! Does that mean I am suicidal? No. Its just your dumbass falling for it
Yeah, well he fell for it himself
When people are depressed they try to find a way to express themselves, his music was one of those ways. Like it or not.
Yeah, make THEMSELVES feel better.
An individual doesnt take precedent over the population.
No, I'd say Mike Patton EASILY walks away with the title of "Best Frontman Ever".
Really? stange choice, he is a cool dude tho.
I like his new stuff.
Ever seen him live, I bet he puts on 1 hell of a show.
Wouldn't a prerequisite to being the greatest, or even a "good", frontman be that you have to actually show up?
27 posts, and you're telling me what this is
What did he try and do? He tried to live a life of music. He tried to be honest, expressive, and artistic. He was not in it for the money, he was not a whiner, he was depressed. He killed himself over his fame because he felt like he was getting raped. He was one of the strongest advocates against fake, business-oriented, cookie cutter bullshit music.
Listen to their unplugged performance, and tell me he sucks jackass.
Dude, I have no doubt you wernt there.
He signed to a major label!
Getting paid to play music? Oh know what a hard life!
Get over to India for a few days. Then you'll feel suicidle
I assume this last bit was a question? I saw Tomahawk when they opened for Tool waaay back when; both sets were awesome, but Patton had more energy (jumping around, very high energy) whereas Maynard had more 'atmosphere' (hanging around in the shadows at the back of the stage.)
I'd probably kill to see Patton back in his FNM or Bungle days though.
Money doesn't solve all problems.
You are both wrong.
Kurt Cobain (well Nirvanna actually) took an already established type of music and brought it to the mainstream.
Sonic Youth taught Nirvanna everything Nirvanna would ever know. The difference is that Sonic Youth (who is still touring and putting out albums) never made it with the main stream. Nirvanna did.
As far as Kurt killing himself is concerned. I find it obvious that he was an individual that mentally wasn't able to handle the fame he found. It was like the guy was a creature that could have subsisted playing at bars forever - and been relatively happy - but this incredible fame they found was too much. An overload.
Kurt Cobain and Nirvanna is a tragedy.
Axl rose? Greatest frontman? He couldn't keep a band....