Pearl Jam Cover a Creed Song

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  • ryph raphryph raph Posts: 634
    edited March 18
    NO FUCKIN' WAY !!!!!!
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  • rgambs said:

    The Creed hate gets a little out of hand around here, especially for a community that musters so much love for Guns n Roses!
    :wink:

    Edit*
    And Beastie Boys!! If you genuinely enjoy listening to the Beastie Boys, you forfeit your right to criticize anything. Ever.
    Not even your Mother in law's dry bones meatloaf.

    Beastie Boys are/were fn' awesome! Why are you hating on them?
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  • ^^^
    Yeah, I thought the Beastie Boy comment came from left field too. Usually rgambs is spot on with all his comments.
    Trolling maybe?
    Beastie Boys are awesome.
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  • fall by the waysidefall by the wayside Winooski, VTPosts: 522
    I can't handle any more clever Creed or Nickleback jokes involving Pearl Jam. To quote Cosmo Karmer, "sooo played."
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 7,410

    ^^^
    Yeah, I thought the Beastie Boy comment came from left field too. Usually rgambs is spot on with all his comments.
    Trolling maybe?
    Beastie Boys are awesome.

    Perhaps they are, I haven't run into anyone who wasn't between the ages of 12 and 24 at the time who likes their sounds, but surely there must be an odd duck out there who does.
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  • goldrushgoldrush everybody knows this is nowherePosts: 3,327
    Beastie Boys have sold 50 million albums worldwide - that's a lot of "odd ducks"... (btw I'm 40 and love them!)

    Bizarre comment in an increasingly bizarre thread.
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  • tbergstbergs St. Paul, MNPosts: 1,382
    goldrush said:

    Beastie Boys have sold 50 million albums worldwide - that's a lot of "odd ducks"... (btw I'm 40 and love them!)

    Bizarre comment in an increasingly bizarre thread.

    Amen! It actually took me until my 30's to realize what a masterpiece Paul's Boutique is even though I had owned it for 15 years. The groove and sampling is perfection.
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  • Creed on their best day never touched beastie boys on their worst. that is the only time the two should be mentioned in the same sentence. Why is this happening?
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  • Creed covering a Beastie Boy song would be interesting since they already have PJ covered.
    Sabotage would sound kinda cool sung by Creed.
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  • manitoumanmanitouman In My HeadPosts: 505
    Okay, so they play Lost Dogs in it's entirety and follow with.....With Arms Wide Open.

    Would you forgive them since they played Lost Dogs?
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  • Okay, so they play Lost Dogs in it's entirety and follow with.....With Arms Wide Open.

    Would you forgive them since they played Lost Dogs?

    I don't think you could ever forgive them if the played Lost Dogs in it's entirety.
    With Arms Wide Open would be about the only song that all fans would relate to.
    With the amount of covers PJ is investing in lately they should cover photograph by Nickelback.
    I would rather take that than the boring Comfortably Numb cover.
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  • Attaway77Attaway77 VirginiaPosts: 1,307
    I guess I'm the only PJ fan left in the world who admits to liking Creed... Great band who had some damn good songs.... Mark Tremonti is a bad ass guitarist, Scott Stapp can write lyrics and sing..... It's not complicated to hate, it's just childish.... Where are your musical talents and why haven't we heard your songs yet?
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  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 4,851
    Put on Creed because of this thread.

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  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 4,851
    Attaway77 said:

    Where are your musical talents and why haven't we heard your songs yet?

    The most boring comment ever used when discussing music.


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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 7,410
    goldrush said:

    Beastie Boys have sold 50 million albums worldwide - that's a lot of "odd ducks"... (btw I'm 40 and love them!)

    Bizarre comment in an increasingly bizarre thread.

    New Kids on the Block sold 80 million in the same time period...Odd ducks indeed lol
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  • rustneversleepsrustneversleeps DowntownPosts: 1,436
    rgambs said:

    goldrush said:

    Beastie Boys have sold 50 million albums worldwide - that's a lot of "odd ducks"... (btw I'm 40 and love them!)

    Bizarre comment in an increasingly bizarre thread.

    New Kids on the Block sold 80 million in the same time period...Odd ducks indeed lol
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  • my2handsmy2hands Posts: 11,887
    edited March 19
    WTF is going on in here?

    Let me set the record straight... mods please don't erase my post (foul language is being used to really bring home the point)

    CREED BLOWS!!!

    I can't even play a harmonica, and I know this as fact
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  • my2handsmy2hands Posts: 11,887
    I think this version of Green Disease is from NC 2003 where Ed changes some lyrics to address the posers in Creed...

    "There's a stowaway with my throat... it's deceiving... his bands called Creed"

  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 4,851
    my2hands said:

    I think this version of Green Disease is from NC 2003 where Ed changes some lyrics to address the posers in Creed...

    "There's a stowaway with my throat... it's deceiving... his bands called Creed"

    If you gonna "rip someone", you better be able to get back to your own song afterwards. Haha.

    Any reason for Eddie to say that, at that time? Wasn't Creed popular in like the end of the 90s? This is 2003...
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 7,410
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    I feel like the guys from Full House might have been able to "rap" on par with that. Uncle Jesse could lay down the riffs and Danny could lay down that sweet flow, spit some hot fire!

    We aren't really thinking that's better than this are we??
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 7,410

    rgambs said:

    goldrush said:

    Beastie Boys have sold 50 million albums worldwide - that's a lot of "odd ducks"... (btw I'm 40 and love them!)

    Bizarre comment in an increasingly bizarre thread.

    New Kids on the Block sold 80 million in the same time period...Odd ducks indeed lol
    which ones tshirt were you wearing?
    I was wearing onesies, but my older brother was a big fan of Slayer and Napalm Death, so that's not much better.
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  • rustneversleepsrustneversleeps DowntownPosts: 1,436
    rgambs said:

    rgambs said:

    goldrush said:

    Beastie Boys have sold 50 million albums worldwide - that's a lot of "odd ducks"... (btw I'm 40 and love them!)

    Bizarre comment in an increasingly bizarre thread.

    New Kids on the Block sold 80 million in the same time period...Odd ducks indeed lol
    which ones tshirt were you wearing?
    I was wearing onesies, but my older brother was a big fan of Slayer and Napalm Death, so that's not much better.
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  • rustneversleepsrustneversleeps DowntownPosts: 1,436
    rgambs said:



    I feel like the guys from Full House might have been able to "rap" on par with that. Uncle Jesse could lay down the riffs and Danny could lay down that sweet flow, spit some hot fire!

    We aren't really thinking that's better than this are we??

    a millennial that grew up on a farm drinking goat milk certainly wouldnt.
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 7,410

    rgambs said:



    I feel like the guys from Full House might have been able to "rap" on par with that. Uncle Jesse could lay down the riffs and Danny could lay down that sweet flow, spit some hot fire!

    We aren't really thinking that's better than this are we??

    a millennial that grew up on a farm drinking goat milk certainly wouldnt.
    I feel like that's meant as an insult, but I can't figure out what's wrong with farms or goat's milk...
    :confounded:

    Either way, I am thankful that my father's Columbia House record club was put to good use on PJ, AIC, Blind Melon, REM, Tool, etc and not Beastie Boys! Dodged a bullet there!
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  • my2handsmy2hands Posts: 11,887
    I like goat cheese
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    my2hands said:

    I like goat cheese

    I was going to say......Seasoned fingerling potatoes, baked in the oven. Last 10 minutes of cooking add goat cheese crumbles. Whoa! Very good and the cheese adds a nice creamy texture to the potatoes.

    I don't have any Creed albums but don't mind the songs on the radio. I cringe when I hear that guitar riff after "can you take me higher" is sung.

    Did Scott Stapp say something to provoke Eddie to say what he did during that video shared above?
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  • SpartanacusSpartanacus San DiegoPosts: 468
    Attaway77 said:

    I guess I'm the only PJ fan left in the world who admits to liking Creed... Great band who had some damn good songs.... Mark Tremonti is a bad ass guitarist, Scott Stapp can write lyrics and sing..... It's not complicated to hate, it's just childish.... Where are your musical talents and why haven't we heard your songs yet?

    Like I said earlier, I like don't dislike Creed, mainly due to their 'harder' non radio riffs. Not a fan of the softer 'Arms Wide Open' and 'Can You Take Me Higher' radio favorites. That being said, I don't know if I've ever searched out Creed on my iPod to play one of their albums. If it comes up in the shuffle, I will probably give it a listen.

    And for the record...NOT a fan of Nickelback...not in the slightest.

    And the Beastie Boys are a top ten band for me...right up there with Public Enemy and N.W.A. as one of the best three (probably #1) 'rap' groups ever. Licensed To Ill in 1986 (along with Run-D.M.C.'s Raising Hell) made a music fan out of a then 14 year old Spartanacus.
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  • rummyrummy Greater Toronto AreaPosts: 1,080
    edited March 19
    Re. Beastie Boys... Unfortunately they are still likely remembered by too many for "Fight For Your Right" and the tongue-in-cheek cheese that came along with it (and a lot of Licence to Ill for that matter). Afterwards, a lot of their music became much groovier and less brash - which was for the better. Check out their instrumental album "The In Sounds From Way Out" if you get the chance.
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