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We use to get 2 or 3 rock/metal headliners. Who do you think it will be this year?


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Written on: 08.12.2009 17:15
Karsten Laj
Posts: 99
I hope for:

1. Muse (already confirmed)
2. Pearl Jam (If they want to play at Roskilde after the disaster http://gaffa.dk/nyhed/36088 )
3. Rage Against The Machine

What do you think? Be realistic!

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Written on: 08.12.2009 17:20
Anders Post
Posts: 152
Sorry Karsten but IMO its only Muse (confirmed) that is realistic in your 3 ... When you prove that their is a god and the last 2 on your list show up I will become a true believer icon_cool.gif
Written on: 08.12.2009 17:25
weiss
Posts: 1261
be realistic and then you say Rage Against the Machine and Pearl Jam icon_biggrin.gif haha great..

Metallica and Kiss are my votes.. both on EU tour in 2010.. but then of course Megadeth and Scorpions are also both on major tours in 2010!

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Written on: 08.12.2009 17:25
Tøe
Posts: 48
Karsten skrev:

I hope for:

1. Muse (already confirmed)
2. Pearl Jam (If they want to play at Roskilde after the disaster http://gaffa.dk/nyhed/36088 )
3. Rage Against The Machine

What do you think? Be realistic!

depends on what you characterize as rock/metal. These are my headliner guesses and the bold ones represent what i'd call rock/metal-acts:
Blink 182, Daft Punk, Eminem, Iggy Pop and the Stooges, Muse, The Strokes, Them Crooked Vultures, Tool
that makes 5 of the headliners rock/metal

In 2009 I'd say there was 4 (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Faith No More, Nine Inch Nails, Slipknot)
In 2008 there was 5 (Grinderman, Judas Priest, My Bloody Valentine, Radiohead, Slayer)
In 2007 there was 4 (Muse, Queens of the Stone Age, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Who)

.. so i'd say my guess is likely to happen icon_smile.gif
Written on: 08.12.2009 17:34
weiss
Posts: 1261
Tøe skrev:

Karsten skrev:

I hope for:

1. Muse (already confirmed)
2. Pearl Jam (If they want to play at Roskilde after the disaster http://gaffa.dk/nyhed/36088 )
3. Rage Against The Machine

What do you think? Be realistic!

depends on what you characterize as rock/metal. These are my headliner guesses and the bold ones represent what i'd call rock/metal-acts:
Blink 182, Daft Punk, Eminem, Iggy Pop and the Stooges, Muse, The Strokes, Them Crooked Vultures, Tool
that makes 5 of the headliners rock/metal

In 2009 I'd say there was 4 (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Faith No More, Nine Inch Nails, Slipknot)
In 2008 there was 5 (Grinderman, Judas Priest, My Bloody Valentine, Radiohead, Slayer)
In 2007 there was 4 (Muse, Queens of the Stone Age, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Who)

.. so i'd say my guess is likely to happen icon_smile.gif


Radiohead as a rock act???
Written on: 08.12.2009 17:35
Tøe
Posts: 48
weiss skrev:

Tøe skrev:

Karsten skrev:

I hope for:

1. Muse (already confirmed)
2. Pearl Jam (If they want to play at Roskilde after the disaster http://gaffa.dk/nyhed/36088 )
3. Rage Against The Machine

What do you think? Be realistic!

depends on what you characterize as rock/metal. These are my headliner guesses and the bold ones represent what i'd call rock/metal-acts:
Blink 182, Daft Punk, Eminem, Iggy Pop and the Stooges, Muse, The Strokes, Them Crooked Vultures, Tool
that makes 5 of the headliners rock/metal

In 2009 I'd say there was 4 (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Faith No More, Nine Inch Nails, Slipknot)
In 2008 there was 5 (Grinderman, Judas Priest, My Bloody Valentine, Radiohead, Slayer)
In 2007 there was 4 (Muse, Queens of the Stone Age, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Who)

.. so i'd say my guess is likely to happen icon_smile.gif


Radiohead as a rock act???

Just as much as Muse I'd say.
Either way. If Muse and Radiohead aren't considered rock it just means 4 rock acts in my guess and 4 rock acts the last 3 years too.. so still very possible to happen in my opinion

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Written on: 08.12.2009 17:38
Anders Post
Posts: 152
Yeah Radiohead is Rock/Indie... No doubt!
Written on: 08.12.2009 18:27
Aleg-One
Posts: 1748
weiss skrev:

Tøe skrev:

Karsten skrev:

I hope for:

1. Muse (already confirmed)
2. Pearl Jam (If they want to play at Roskilde after the disaster http://gaffa.dk/nyhed/36088 )
3. Rage Against The Machine

What do you think? Be realistic!

depends on what you characterize as rock/metal. These are my headliner guesses and the bold ones represent what i'd call rock/metal-acts:
Blink 182, Daft Punk, Eminem, Iggy Pop and the Stooges, Muse, The Strokes, Them Crooked Vultures, Tool
that makes 5 of the headliners rock/metal

In 2009 I'd say there was 4 (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Faith No More, Nine Inch Nails, Slipknot)
In 2008 there was 5 (Grinderman, Judas Priest, My Bloody Valentine, Radiohead, Slayer)
In 2007 there was 4 (Muse, Queens of the Stone Age, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Who)

.. so i'd say my guess is likely to happen icon_smile.gif


Radiohead as a rock act???


If their track There There is not rock, I dont know what is.. They're expermimental sure, but still rock icon_smile.gif
Written on: 08.12.2009 18:34
weiss
Posts: 1261
Aleg-One skrev:

weiss skrev:

Tøe skrev:

Karsten skrev:

I hope for:

1. Muse (already confirmed)
2. Pearl Jam (If they want to play at Roskilde after the disaster http://gaffa.dk/nyhed/36088 )
3. Rage Against The Machine

What do you think? Be realistic!

depends on what you characterize as rock/metal. These are my headliner guesses and the bold ones represent what i'd call rock/metal-acts:
Blink 182, Daft Punk, Eminem, Iggy Pop and the Stooges, Muse, The Strokes, Them Crooked Vultures, Tool
that makes 5 of the headliners rock/metal

In 2009 I'd say there was 4 (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Faith No More, Nine Inch Nails, Slipknot)
In 2008 there was 5 (Grinderman, Judas Priest, My Bloody Valentine, Radiohead, Slayer)
In 2007 there was 4 (Muse, Queens of the Stone Age, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Who)

.. so i'd say my guess is likely to happen icon_smile.gif


Radiohead as a rock act???


If their track There There is not rock, I dont know what is.. They're expermimental sure, but still rock icon_smile.gif


anything else than rock icon_rolleyes.gif Bring Hellacopters, AC/DC, Pearl Jam, GnR, bands in that kind of style and we can talk rock icon_biggrin.gif

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Written on: 08.12.2009 18:35
skallgrimsson
Posts: 1120
Karsten skrev:

I hope for:

1. Muse (already confirmed)
2. Pearl Jam (If they want to play at Roskilde after the disaster http://gaffa.dk/nyhed/36088 )
3. Rage Against The Machine

What do you think? Be realistic!


Maybe some of these (do not like them all)

Muse (confirmed)
Tool
Iron Maiden
Metallica
Foo Fighters
The Strokes
AC/DC
Kiss
Pearl Jam
The White Stripes
Motörhead
Written on: 08.12.2009 18:39
Aleg-One
Posts: 1748
weiss skrev:

Aleg-One skrev:

weiss skrev:

Tøe skrev:

Karsten skrev:

I hope for:

1. Muse (already confirmed)
2. Pearl Jam (If they want to play at Roskilde after the disaster http://gaffa.dk/nyhed/36088 )
3. Rage Against The Machine

What do you think? Be realistic!

depends on what you characterize as rock/metal. These are my headliner guesses and the bold ones represent what i'd call rock/metal-acts:
Blink 182, Daft Punk, Eminem, Iggy Pop and the Stooges, Muse, The Strokes, Them Crooked Vultures, Tool
that makes 5 of the headliners rock/metal

In 2009 I'd say there was 4 (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Faith No More, Nine Inch Nails, Slipknot)
In 2008 there was 5 (Grinderman, Judas Priest, My Bloody Valentine, Radiohead, Slayer)
In 2007 there was 4 (Muse, Queens of the Stone Age, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Who)

.. so i'd say my guess is likely to happen icon_smile.gif


Radiohead as a rock act???


If their track There There is not rock, I dont know what is.. They're expermimental sure, but still rock icon_smile.gif


anything else than rock icon_rolleyes.gif Bring Hellacopters, AC/DC, Pearl Jam, GnR, bands in that kind of style and we can talk rock icon_biggrin.gif


This is propably the closest I get to use the word 'narrowminded', but somehow I get your point..

Is this something like the same people always saying there is never enough metal at roskilde? icon_smile.gif
Written on: 08.12.2009 18:42
Anders Post
Posts: 152
What Aleg-One said!

Come on Weiss, "Rock" is not just music from the eighties and late nineties... It sounds like you have put rock in to the smallest box imaginable..
Written on: 08.12.2009 18:45
weiss
Posts: 1261
arh you people scare the hell out of me.. and no there ain't enough metal at Roskilde icon_biggrin.gif buh hu..

icon_rolleyes.gif
Written on: 08.12.2009 18:49
skallgrimsson
Posts: 1120
weiss skrev:

arh you people scare the hell out of me.. and no there ain't enough metal at Roskilde icon_biggrin.gif buh hu..

icon_rolleyes.gif


Too bad Dio is sick, that would rock the ass off of everyone hahaha. FFS Dio may die soon!
Written on: 08.12.2009 18:53
weiss
Posts: 1261
and no of course not just the 80's or 90's ROCKbands..

Kings Of Leon, Foo Fighters, The Strokes or Muse are really great rock bands with an attitude indicating ROCK!

I just can't see Radiohead or Coldplay in that kind of way.. Call me narrow minded icon_rolleyes.gif
Written on: 08.12.2009 18:54
weiss
Posts: 1261
skallgrimsson skrev:

weiss skrev:

arh you people scare the hell out of me.. and no there ain't enough metal at Roskilde icon_biggrin.gif buh hu..

icon_rolleyes.gif


Too bad Dio is sick, that would rock the ass off of everyone hahaha. FFS Dio may die soon!


Yea hoping the best!
Written on: 08.12.2009 19:14
Tøe
Posts: 48
weiss skrev:

and no of course not just the 80's or 90's ROCKbands..

Kings Of Leon, Foo Fighters, The Strokes or Muse are really great rock bands with an attitude indicating ROCK!

I just can't see Radiohead or Coldplay in that kind of way.. Call me narrow minded icon_rolleyes.gif

i wouldnt call Coldplay rock, but I do believe Radiohead is rock.
Written on: 08.12.2009 19:25
Anders Post
Posts: 152
Ok... an attitude and indicates rock... I just don't buy it!


But I am no music professor and so I can't take you through the whole "rock originates from blues.... the first rock music sounds like pop to us today..." -thing.. PROPERLY!

So what ever you say, we have different perceptions of what makes rock and that my friend is life!

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Written on: 08.12.2009 19:53
Tøe
Posts: 48
Anders Post skrev:

Ok... an attitude and indicates rock... I just don't buy it!


But I am no music professor and so I can't take you through the whole "rock originates from blues.... the first rock music sounds like pop to us today..." -thing.. PROPERLY!

So what ever you say, we have different perceptions of what makes rock and that my friend is life!

yea.. but anyway. no matter if radiohead is considered rock or not that still leaves around 4 rock acts per year for the last few years which i'd say means that my guess is possible to happen icon_smile.gif
Written on: 08.12.2009 19:58
weiss
Posts: 1261
Anders Post skrev:

Ok... an attitude and indicates rock... I just don't buy it!


But I am no music professor and so I can't take you through the whole "rock originates from blues.... the first rock music sounds like pop to us today..." -thing.. PROPERLY!

So what ever you say, we have different perceptions of what makes rock and that my friend is life!


sure (:
Written on: 08.12.2009 20:58
Anges
Posts: 309
Radiohead is alternative rock. They created the genre with OK Computer (or at least they changed rock music) and many grunge bands broke up because of that record)

Don't tell me this isn't rock:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRka8e6d8hw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KgE29oRPhrI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDhV5OTsnzY

i'm fighting icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 08.12.2009 21:14
skallgrimsson
Posts: 1120
Anges skrev:

Radiohead is alternative rock. They created the genre with OK Computer (or at least they changed rock music) and many grunge bands broke up because of that record)

Don't tell me this isn't rock:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRka8e6d8hw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KgE29oRPhrI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDhV5OTsnzY

i'm fighting icon_biggrin.gif


Nope....

"Alternative pop/rock is essentially a catch-all term for post-punk bands from the mid-'80s to the mid-'90s. There is a multitude of musical styles within alternative rock, from the sweet melodies of jangle-pop to the disturbing metallic grind of industrial, yet are all tied together by a similar aesthetic -- they all existed and operated oustide of the mainstream. In some ways, there are two waves of alternative bands, with Nirvana's unprecedented crossover success in 1991 acting as a dividing point. Throughout the '80s, the majority of alternative bands were on independent labels; those that eventually signed to major labels, such as Hüsker Dü and the Replacements, didn't break through to the mainstream and thereby were able to keep their hip credentials alive. If anything, Alternative Rock of the '80s was even more diverse and fractured than the mainstream; among the styles classified as alternative was roots rock, alternative dance, jangle-pop, post-hardcore punk, funk-metal, punk-pop, and experimental rock. All of these genres made into the mainstream, in some form or another, after Nirvana's success in 1991, but their edges were sanded down since many of the new alternative bands were signed by majors. Consequently, '90s altenative rock often sounds more sanitized and homogenous than its counterpart, especially since the heavier material proved to have greater commercial appeal than the quieter or quirkier elements of alternative rock. Most of these idiosyncratic bands didn't sign to majors (those that did quickly disappeared), deciding to stick to independent labels, where they had more artistic freedom. These bands were grouped together under the term indie rock. Although the term had been around since the '80s, in the '90s it connotated bands that were dedicated to their own independent status, either for musical or hipness reasons." Allmusic.com
Written on: 08.12.2009 21:21
Tøe
Posts: 48
please get back on topic
Written on: 08.12.2009 21:21
Anders Post
Posts: 152
thanks to wiki/allmusic.com

so still rock (call it indie or alternative) still rock

cause there is names for AC/DC and GnR as well and guess what.. they all end with -rock
Written on: 08.12.2009 21:22
Anders Post
Posts: 152
sorry, I concur...


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