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May 7, 2014 10:11 AM

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Nujabes

2Pac

Frank Sinatra

Nat King Cole
 
May 27, 2014 3:17 PM

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Kurt Cobain, John Lennon, The 70s David Bowie, Alice Babs, Michael Jackson, My Chemical Romance, Amy Winehouse.
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May 28, 2014 9:49 AM

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Ray connif
abba
bill Hayley and his comets
peter Grainger
The hollies
bobby darin
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May 28, 2014 9:59 AM

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The Smiths
 
May 30, 2014 8:35 AM

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YUI
 
Jun 11, 2014 10:02 PM

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The Rev from A7X and Jeff Hanneman from Slayer.
 
Jun 12, 2014 6:18 AM

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Carl Perkins
Buddy Holly
The Beatles
The Who
Sam Cooke
Bill Haley & His Comets
Hank Williams
Nick Lucas
 
Jun 12, 2014 10:01 AM

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Scatman John


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Jan 16, 2015 12:33 AM

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I would of loved to see Stanley Jordan and George Bush playing guitar together... RIP George Bush 2001... + Django Reinhardt.
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Jan 16, 2015 4:06 AM

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I would like to see Dimebag they say he's really kind.


I smell teh blood of a fagit!
 
Jan 16, 2015 4:11 AM

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Michael Jackson and 2pac :c
 
Jan 16, 2015 4:12 AM

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kurt cobain.
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Sasuke and Naruto kissed, show is obviously hardcore yaoi.
 
Jan 16, 2015 5:37 AM

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Frank Sinatra
 
Jan 16, 2015 9:21 AM
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grandy_UiD said:
Interesting topic. Personally I really wish I could've seen Freddie Mercury live. Born just a couple of years too late.


Definitely Freddie. He sounded amazing live: http://youtu.be/4-rkJmRiFug
 
Jan 16, 2015 9:54 AM

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Suicide Silence with Mitch Lucker. I have seen Suicide Silence with their new vocalist and they were great, but it still would have been cool to see them with Mitch Lucker on vocals. Funny thing is, I was actually supposed to see them a couple years ago at a show headlined by As I Lay Dying but then Mitch got into the motorcycle accident that killed him and that just killed my motivation to go even though I liked AILD at the time and Memphis May Fire was also playing.

Some others...

- Captain Jack. I was introduced to Captain Jack by the Dance Dance Revolution games, and I could picture their shows being a ton of fun. Frankie Gee (the original singer) died of a brain hemorrhage in 2005.

- Saosin. They recently started playing shows again but nothing within reasonable driving distance yet. No one died or anything like that, they were just on hiatus for a very long time.
 
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2Pac, Queen, Nirvana and Alice in Chains (with Layne Staley)
 
Jan 16, 2015 6:31 PM
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The Smiths.
 
Jan 17, 2015 12:45 AM
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Charles Mingus. To be able to feel all of the emotions flowing through his music in person would be amazing.
 
Jan 17, 2015 6:53 AM

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we blew the dust off an old thread?
sure.

Jeff Buckley
and
Bradly Nowell (sublime)

why?
b/c i love them
AND THEY ARE FUCKING DEAD!
what better reason to yearn after an artist you will never, ever be able to enjoy?
 
Jan 17, 2015 6:56 AM

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Frank Sinatra


+1000

and all the other guys from the rat pack
 
Jan 17, 2015 10:50 AM

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I'm going to ignore the regret part since some of these musicians/bands died or went inactive before I was born or when I was a kid/never had a chance to see them live. Also only the first one is dead

• Luigi Russolo
Specifically his show that caused a riot


• The Gerogerigegege
A legendary experimental/noise band. They did masturbate on stage a lot tho


• Datach'i
He still does some music stuff but under a different name also now he mostly does work for commercials. Would have been awesome to see him live tho since he's one of my favorite breakcore producers


• Shitmat
Still does music under different names but he closed his Shitmat project which is his best. More awesome breakcore!


• Violent Onsen Geisha
He still does music as Hair Stylistics but I like the VOG stuff more
nsfw album cover


• Hanatarash
Another noise thing. They did crazy live shows that were super destructive. Would have loved to been at the one where they destroyed the venue by crashing through it's wall with a bulldozer


Sure I can think of more but I'll leave it at that

EDIT: AND MUSLIMGAUZE
He passed away in 1999

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Jan 17, 2015 10:59 AM

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Awesome to see the dude behind Himeko Katagiri posting here. ^


Imoutoid/Yamato Yoshioka/FamicomUchujin/etc.

A prodigal composer by any standard and such a brilliant man. Passed of heart failure, at the age of 18. I'm still grieving his loss, even now. My biggest inspiration.


Rei Harakami

Used exclusively two SC88Pro sound modules for his compositions. The voice of an angel and the compositions of a savant. Passed in 2011.



dj newtown

Stagnated alias of an artist still alive (Kawai Yusuke, also known as tofubeats). His early cut-up style and experiments were what brought me into the netlabel scene. His talent is in this kind of production, in my opinion, although I am still glad that he has gotten exposure under the other alias (despite the fact that he is no longer independent).


Favorite track, "high school girl (we loved)" has never been uploaded to yt, but both it and the EP sharing that title deserve special mention.
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Deserada said:
Awesome to see the dude behind Himeko Katagiri posting here. ^


Imoutoid/Yamato Yoshioka/FamicomUchujin/etc.

A prodigal composer by any standard and such a brilliant man. Passed of heart failure, at the age of 18. I'm still grieving his loss, even now. My biggest inspiration.


Rei Harakami

Used exclusively two SC88Pro sound modules for his compositions. The voice of an angel and the compositions of a savant. Passed in 2011.



dj newtown

Stagnated alias of an artist still alive (Kawai Yusuke, also known as tofubeats). His early cut-up style and experiments were what brought me into the netlabel scene. His talent is in this kind of production, in my opinion, although I am still glad that he has gotten exposure under the other alias (despite the fact that he is no longer independent).



"Awesome to see the dude behind Himeko Katagiri posting here"
Yeah! :D

DJ Newtown os dope I also like his Tofubeats project.
Rei Harakami is cool too but haven't heard much of his stuff.
First time hearing about Imoutoid but it's cool, I like moeclick
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Jan 17, 2015 11:44 AM

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I would've liked to see Deep Purple live, just because of child in time.
 
Jan 17, 2015 11:46 AM

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Koji Kondo or Crush 40.
 
Jan 17, 2015 11:55 AM

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Shimapan-chan said:
Deserada said:
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"Awesome to see the dude behind Himeko Katagiri posting here"
Yeah! :D

DJ Newtown os dope I also like his Tofubeats project.
Rei Harakami is cool too but haven't heard much of his stuff.
First time hearing about Imoutoid but it's cool, I like moeclick
"[lust]" is the threshold Rei Harakami album. His other work is similar but less brilliantly arranged and the mood less considered than "[lust]". It feels as though he had planned and composed that release as an album, but the others were compilations of individual tracks.

If you enjoy that album, also see his collaboration with Akiko Yano, yanokami. The yanokami release is also more structured and the consistent presence of vocals lends greatly to the overall sense of quality.

Imoutoid was such an anomaly of a person; you will come to find this if you research is other aliases and learn more about him. If he was still composing today, I can't even imagine what he could bring to the table. Even in his oldest work, he was experimenting with DnB and all kinds of electronic composition styles years before they caught on.
Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum videtur.
 
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Deserada said:
Shimapan-chan said:


"Awesome to see the dude behind Himeko Katagiri posting here"
Yeah! :D

DJ Newtown os dope I also like his Tofubeats project.
Rei Harakami is cool too but haven't heard much of his stuff.
First time hearing about Imoutoid but it's cool, I like moeclick
"[lust]" is the threshold Rei Harakami album. His other work is similar but less brilliantly arranged and the mood less considered than "[lust]". It feels as though he had planned and composed that release as an album, but the others were compilations of individual tracks.

If you enjoy that album, also see his collaboration with Akiko Yano, yanokami. The yanokami release is also more structured and the consistent presence of vocals lends greatly to the overall sense of quality.

Imoutoid was such an anomaly of a person; you will come to find this if you research is other aliases and learn more about him. If he was still composing today, I can't even imagine what he could bring to the table. Even in his oldest work, he was experimenting with DnB and all kinds of electronic composition styles years before they caught on.


I'll make sure to check it out
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Jan 18, 2015 11:00 PM
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Fuckin Nirvana. I unfortunately was only 5 when Kurt Cobain killed himself, so I never really got a chance.

It would've also been nice to see Metallica back in their prime too. At least I still have a chance to see them though.
 
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tupac
 
Jan 19, 2015 4:06 AM

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so many spoilers here :p
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Jan 19, 2015 11:19 AM

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Queen, The Smiths, Nirvana
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Jan 21, 2015 10:12 AM

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watching Chopin improvise...
 
Jan 21, 2015 12:15 PM

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death grips
 
Jan 21, 2015 3:18 PM

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Johnny Cash

Man, I wish I know about him sooner, I was still a kid back then.
Neeep nepnep nepnep nep nep
 
Jan 21, 2015 3:23 PM

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The Smiths.
 
Jan 21, 2015 8:55 PM

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3zvm said:
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WE'RE GOIN BACK ON TOUR

Not all of these are dead guys, just highly unlikely/broken up:

Les Rallizes Denudes, Fishmans, Midori, Sonic Youth, the Beatles, Boredoms doing one of their shows with 100+ drummers.

I've already seen Swans, but to see them on the Swans are Dead tour (or even earlier, in the 80's) would be incredible.
Boris with Merzbow is probably my dream-show, maybe they'll bring him to the states soon. Saw Boris-only over the summer.
Also, Sleep is playing on 4/20 here but it's a 21+ only show. That sucks, a lot.

I feel pretty lucky in that a lot of my favorite bands have gotten back together recently, and most of the music I listen to is fairly current, so I'm not missing out on too much.
 
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Probably Pink Floyd, Genesis or King Crimosn in their prime around 73/4.
 
Jan 23, 2015 9:41 AM
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I would love to see Flume live, he is Australian like me so there is a possibility! Any of you guys like chill step and what not too?
 
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Ronnie James Dio, Freddie Mercury, Michael Jackson
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