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or generally couldn't play well at all
was completely rubbish
I don't think he was replaced. Beady Eye has one guitarist, right? And you can't be talking about Noel quitting and Liam & co. carrying on as Beady Eye, are you?
He was talking about bonehead from oasis.
Can't even keep track of all the guys they replaced. Weren't most of them just session and touring bandmate types, anyways? Though I know the one guy wrote a song that ended up on Don't Believe the Truth.
I know fuck all about Oasis. Bought all of their albums at once in the late noughties. I blame it on the American/English cultural gap.
Unless you mean Brian Johnson, in which case carry on.
Could probably be said that she couldn't play well and didn't contribute to the music. But she looked pretty cool in band photos etc and added to the band aesthetically which probably made up for it.
SP were a corgan dictatorship - so that could be said for anyone.
Though having said that, they were just shit when corgan "reformed" it on his own, so idk.
'Might as well jump/Jump!' DOO-DOO-DOO-DOO-DOO-DOO-DOO-DOO-DOO-DOOOO-DOOOO 'Go ahead and Ju-ump!' DOO-DOO-DOO-DOO-DOO-DOO-DOO-DOO-DOOOO-DOOOOOOOOOO
Still love Mirrored though and it wouldn't have been the same without him.
Deakin or Geologist. (sorry guys)
The revolving door of "music workers" in Kraftwerk.
But they don't? Bastard.
They are automatons, the music works them rather than they work on the music. If I was in Kraftwerk the music would be exactly the same.
Although The Crab Song is one of the best FNM songs...
Other than Mark E Smith.
has its own wikipedia page
and Lilys as well
Personally I reckon no member is just fully replaceable like that. It's easy to say 'anyone could have been the drummer for The Smiths', but anyone wasn't, Mike Joyce was.
made up for it with what you said afterwards. I think in a lot of these cases we're dismissing the chemistry/creativity produced between band members.
There was this really annoying drummer guy at school who used to constantly moan about how bad Meg White's drumming was, and that he could get someone better. But that doesn't take into account that the two of them were comfortable making music together, and that's almost the main thing.
it's not about technical excellence. The White Stripes wouldn't be any better if they had Neil Peart on the drums.
I hear a lot of complaints about her, but the fact of the matter is that White Stripes are a near perfect band BECAUSE she's a simple drummer, and Jack White is a simple guitarist. Neither of them is really progressive, but when I hear a White Stripe song, I can identify it straight off because they have a very, very specific sound. How many bands can boast that?
Meg White is perfect for White Stripes. Simple as that.
He wrote all of those amazing Smiths basslines, truly inspired, some of them.
but I think the story goes that Marr wrote them, Andy played 'em. In the Wikipedia article on The Smiths, it says Andy was never credited as a composer.
Not a great source there, I may well be wrong. This Charming Man and Russholme Ruffians spring to mind as Andy's finest moments. Barbarism is probably my least favorite track on Murder so I refuse to cite that one :/
*hides in bunker*