Just a music question

Ids Schiere

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If you could only listen to one artist for the rest of your life, who would it be?
For met it’s The Beatles because no one can write better songs than they do and there are so many intricate stuff going on that most people won’t come up with even if they tried
 

James Thomas

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I’ve got to agree with you man, The Beatles for me as well. Those guys were absolute freaks with what they did musically. Happiness is a Warm Gun is one of my favorite examples of “wtf were they thinking there and how did they pull it off” haha
 

Andy Schultz

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This is really a difficult question to answer. In fact, it would be easier to pick which limb to give up than to choose only one artist to listen to for life.
My choice would be Dream Theater. I would regret it, as I would with any choice. There is just too much good music in the world to only be happy with one.
 

Dominik Gräber

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That is an awesome question Ids. I haven’t listened to the Beatles in forever so they wouldn’t be my pick.
For me it would probably be Metallica. While I love Avenged Sevenfold and Bullet for My Valentine to death Metallica seems like the answer to everything. They have such a broad variety within their songs and are my go-to band for every mood.
Having said that it would still suck only being able to listen to only one band for the rest of your life. lol
 

Ethan Keeling

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gotta be avenged sevenfold for me. They have everything I need! although I will miss greenday and the good ol’ legendary playlist on spotify!
 

Dan Shipway

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I’d have to go with Steve Vai, always a captivating player.