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    The Velvet Underground
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    Being jestful but obviously I do prefer the three bands I mentioned to the two in this battle

    PS The Beatles sold more albums than Jacko so why don't we give it to them instead
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    Haha fair enough, obviously it's all down to opinion at the end of the day and not much else can be said about it.

    Beatles sold more albums than MJ?
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    They sold more than everyone

    It was hotly contested when Jacko died, but yes, The Beatles sold more


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    Love the location change.

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    Amazing round, this.

    1. The Beatles
    2. Modest Mouse
    3. Neutral Milk Hotel
    4. Arcade Fire
    5. The Smiths
    6. The Velvet Underground
    7. Doves
    8. Bruce Springsteen
    9. The Rolling Stones
    10. The Jimi Hendrix Experience
    11. At The Drive-In
    12. Oasis
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    Yeah, Modest Mouse and Neutral Milk Hotel must be better than the band....the band who made probably the best debut of this century (The Strokes) and easily the freshest band of this century (The Killers). Yeah, either that or you're a tit, well I know what my money is on.
    Well....yeah, they are.

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    1. New Order
    2. Arcade Fire
    3. The Beatles
    4. At The Drive-In
    5. The Rolling Stones
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    8. The Smiths
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    Quote Originally Posted by pasag View Post
    Well....yeah, they are.
    You voted oasis 12, you're obviously a ******.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    You voted oasis 12, you're obviously a ******.
    Were lucky to get that itbt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZTailender View Post
    1. New Order
    2. Arcade Fire
    3. The Beatles
    4. At The Drive-In
    5. The Rolling Stones
    6. The Jimi Hendrix Experience
    7. Bruce Springsteen
    8. The Smiths
    9. The Velvet Underground
    10. Doves
    11. Modest Mouse
    12. Neutral Milk Hotel
    Umm...?

    Will ignore NO and score Arcade Fire at #1 and so forth.
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    Haha, at least geg was creative in his oasis-hate for once

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Umm...?

    Will ignore NO and score Arcade Fire at #1 and so forth.
    Was a protest at New Order being out (though in a fine battle) and the prospect that the most of this lot will progress further. Would genuinely have them over all in this (even The Beatles).

    Put Arcade Fire ahead of Beatles as a tactic ftr.

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    Oasis
    The Smiths
    The Beatles
    Rolling Stones
    Modest Mouse
    At The-Drive In
    Boss
    Arcade Fire
    Jimi Hendrix

    Feel dirty putting the Beatles that low, but tend to listen to the first 2 a lot more.
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