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The Music Draft!


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#1 of 696 Cary T

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Posted February 23 2003 - 05:55 PM

I want to do this because I'm curious of the HTF members taste in music.

Like the movie and dream girl draft, here we pick our favorite music artist/band/musician/composer. Your selection must have at least one album. In case of composers, I'm not familiar with that so make your best judgment. Looking for 16 participants. First come first serve. The method of drafting is the same as the current occurring drafts.

Participants

Cary T
Nirvana
Marilyn Manson
Blink 182
Rage Against The Machine
Alice In Chains
The Cure
Tool
Slipknot
Korn
Mudvayne
Green Day
The Offspring
Sisters of Mercy
AFI
Type 0 Negative

Dome Vongvises
The Beatles
AC/DC
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Eric Clapton
Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble
Cream
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Dwight Yoakam
John Cougar Mellancamp
Tears for Fears
Santana
Chicago
Def Leppard
Don Henley
Thomas Newman

Ric Bagoly
The Rolling Stones
Aerosmith
Alice Cooper
Kiss
Ice-T
Bon Jovi
Black Sabbath
Motley Crue
Steppenwolf
Dokken
Spinal Tap
Fastway
Danny Elfman
The Blues Brothers
"Weird" Al Yankovic

Andy Olivera
Dream Theater
Iron Maiden
Soundgarden
Siouxie & The Banshees
Megadeth
Loreena McKennitt
Blackmore's Night
Arcade
Anthrax
Eminem
Depeche Mode
Drain STH
Queensryche
Stabbing Westward
Rammstein

Rain
Bob Dylan
Joni Mitchell
Elvis Costello
REM
Alanis Morissette
The Tragically Hip
Sinead O'Connor
Gram Parsons
Roxy Music
Lou Reed
Ryan Adams
Captain Beefheart and the Magic
Kate and Anna McGarrigle
Billy Bragg
Richard and Linda Thompson

George Kaplan
Jimi Hendrix
Ludwig Van Beethoven
John Lennon
Miles Davis
Cheap Trick
Aretha Franklin
Bob Marley
B.B. King
The Byrds
The Traveling Wilburys
Bob Seger
Railroad Jerk
Bernard Herrmann
Gioacchino Rossini
Lamas & Monks of the Gyuto Tantric College, Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh

Gabe D
Guns N' Roses
Neil Young
Louis Prima
Cat Stevens
Electric Light Orchestra
The Violent Femmes
The Bee Gees
James Brown
Donovan
The Beach Boys
Chris Isaak
Prince
Michael Jackson
Dean Martin
Lindsey Buckingham

John Dhein
Elvis Presley
Bruce Springsteen
Warren Zevon
The Kinks
Chuck Berry
The Grateful Dead
Frank Zappa
McKinley Morganfield
John Prine
Sex Pistols
J. Geils Band
Willie Nelson
Melissa Etheridge
Bruce Cockburn
The Hooters

Jan H
The Who
Rush
Steely Dan
Stevie Wonder
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Beck
Frank Sinatra
Dave Matthews Band
Earth, Wind, & Fire
Thelonious Monk
The Smiths
Eels
Frederic Chopin
Yes
Steve Earle

Jim K
Led Zeppelin
The Doors
The Allman Brothers
Elton John
The Police
George Harrison
John Lee Hooker
Fleetwood Mac
Derek and the Dominoes
Joe Cocker
Janis Joplin
The Cars
Blind Faith
Lynyrd Skynyrd
ZZ Top

Steve Gon
J.S. Bach
Van Morrison
Roy Orbison
Tom Waits
Leonard Cohen
Poi Dog Pondering
Rusted Root
Nil Lara
Otis Redding
Buddy Holly
Glenn Gould
Spaccanapoli
Joan Osborne
Natalie Merchant
The Chieftans

ChuckDeLa
Pink Floyd
The Velvet Underground
Parliament/Funkadelic
Peter Gabriel
Bjork
New Order
The Pixies
Nick Drake
Kraftwerk
Curtis Mayfield
Pet Shop Boys
Guided by Voices
The Mountain Goats
Built to Spill
Red House Painters/Mark Kozelek

Angelo M
U2
The Band
Radiohead
Simon & Garfunkel
Talking Heads
10,000 Maniacs
Counting Crows
Wilco
Jeff Buckley
Emmylou Harris
Aimee Mann
Cowboy Junkies
Everything But The Girl
Uncle Tupelo
Daniel Lanois

ErikG
The Eagles
Metallica
Van Halen
Ozzy Osbourne
Pantera
Journey
The Beastie Boys
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Lenny Kravitz
Judas Priest
Boston
Erasure
Inxs
Tesla
Third Eye Blind

Brian Lawrence
John Coltrane
Peral Jam
Johnny Cash
Nine Inch Nails
Sleater Kinney
The Clash
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Hank Williams
Marvin Gaye
Sonic Youth
Ella Fitzgerald
Gustav Holst
Primus
The Everly Brothers
The Jesus & Mary Chain

JenB
The Moody Blues
David Bowie
Paul McCartney/Wings
Queen
Billy Joel
Meat Loaf
Sting
Genesis
Huey Lewis and the News
Jefferson Airplane
John Williams
The Monkees
Enya
Air Supply
Dido


Artists Taken:
10,000 Maniacs
AC/DC
Aerosmith
Aimee Mann
Air Supply
Alanis Morissette
Alice Cooper
Alice In Chains
The Allman Brothers
Anthrax
Arcade
Aretha Franklin
The Band
B.B. King
The Beach Boys
The Beatles
The Beastie Boys
Beck
The Bee Gees
Bernard Herrmann
Billy Bragg
Billy Joel
Bjork
Black Sabbath
Blackmore's Night
Blind Faith
Blink 182
The Blues Brothers
Bob Dylan
Bob Marley
Bob Seger
Bon Jovi
Boston
Bruce Cockburn
Bruce Springsteen
Buddy Holly
Built to Spill
The Byrds
Captain Beefheart and the Magic
The Cars
Cat Stevens
Cheap Trick
Chicago
The Chieftans
Chris Isaak
Chuck Berry
The Clash
Counting Crows
Cowboy Junkies
Cream
Creedence Clearwater Revival
The Cure
Curtis Mayfield
Daniel Lanois
Danny Elfman
Dave Matthews Band
David Bowie
Dean Martin
Def Leppard
Depeche Mode
Derek and the Dominoes
Dido
Dokken
Donovan
The Doors
Dream Theater
Drain STH
Dwight Yoakam
The Eagles
Earth, Wind, & Fire
Eels
Electric Light Orchestra
Ella Fitzgerald
Elton John
Elvis Costello
Elvis Presley
Eminem
Emmylou Harris
Enya
Erasure
Eric Clapton
The Everly Brothers
Everything But The Girl
Fastway
Frederic Chopin
Fleetwood Mac
Frank Sinatra
Frank Zappa
Genesis
George Harrison
Gioacchino Rossini
Glenn Gould
Gram Parsons
The Grateful Dead
Green Day
Guided by Voices
Guns N' Roses
Gustav Holst
Hank Williams
The Hooters
Huey Lewis and the News
Ice-T
Inxs
Iron Maiden
The Kinks
Kraftwerk
J. Geils Band
James Brown
Janis Joplin
Jeff Buckley
Jefferson Airplane
The Jesus & Mary Chain
Jimi Hendrix
Joan Osborne
Joe Cocker
John Coltrane
John Cougar Mellancamp
John Lee Hooker
John Lennon
John Prine
John Williams
Johnny Cash
Joni Mitchell
Journey
J.S. Bach
Judas Priest
Kate and Anna McGarrigle
Kiss
Korn
Lamas & Monks of the Gyuto Tantric College, Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh
Led Zeppelin
Lenny Kravitz
Leonard Cohen
Lindsey Buckingham
Loreena McKennitt
Lou Reed
Louis Prima
Ludwig Van Beethoven
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Marilyn Manson
Marvin Gaye
McKinley Morganfield
Meat Loaf
Megadeth
Melissa Etheridge
Metallica
Michael Jackson
Miles Davis
The Monkees
The Moody Blues
Motley Crue
The Mountain Goats
Mudvayne
Natalie Merchant
Neil Young
New Order
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Nick Drake
Nil Lara
Nine Inch Nails
Nirvana
The Offspring
Otis Redding
Ozzy Osbourne
Pantera
Parliament/Funkadelic
Paul McCartney/Wings
Pearl Jam
Pet Shop Boys
Peter Gabriel
Pink Floyd
The Pixies
Poi Dog Pondering
The Police
Primus
Prince
Queen
Queensryche
Radiohead
Rage Against The Machine
Railroad Jerk
Rammstein
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Red House Painters/Mark Kozelek
REM
Richard and Linda Thompson
The Rolling Stones
Roxy Music
Roy Orbison
Rush
Rusted Root
Ryan Adams
Santana
Sex Pistols
Simon & Garfunkel
Sinead O'Connor
Siouxsie & The Banshees
Sisters of Mercy
Sleater Kinney
Slipknot
The Smiths
Sonic Youth
Soundgarden
Spaccanapoli
Spinal Tap
Stabbing Westward
Steely Dan
Steppenwolf
Steve Earle
Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble
Stevie Wonder
Sting
Talking Heads
Tears for Fears
Tesla
Thelonious Monk
Third Eye Blind
Tommy Petty and the Heartbreakers
Tom Waits
Tool
The Tragically Hip
The Traveling Wilburys
U2
Uncle Tupelo
Van Halen
Van Morrison
The Velvet Underground
The Violent Femmes
Warren Zevon
The Who
"Weird" Al Yankovic
Wilco
Willie Nelson
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Yes
ZZ Top

#2 of 696 Dome Vongvises

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Posted February 23 2003 - 06:06 PM

I'm in.

#3 of 696 Ric Bagoly

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Posted February 23 2003 - 06:08 PM

Me.
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#4 of 696 Andy Olivera

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Posted February 23 2003 - 07:58 PM

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#5 of 696 Rain

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Posted February 23 2003 - 08:40 PM

Ok, I'm in.
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#6 of 696 Dome Vongvises

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Posted February 23 2003 - 08:47 PM

So out of all the draft picks we have, one is an entire album and the rest can be songs?

#7 of 696 Rain

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Posted February 23 2003 - 08:51 PM

I was under the impression that we draft artists and each artist must have at least one whole album to their credit.

Perhaps some clarification is in order.

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#8 of 696 george kaplan

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Posted February 23 2003 - 10:26 PM

I'm in.
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#9 of 696 Gabe D

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Posted February 24 2003 - 12:42 AM

I'm in.

#10 of 696 Dheiner

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Posted February 24 2003 - 12:51 AM

Sure, I'll play.
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#11 of 696 Jan H

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Posted February 24 2003 - 12:52 AM

I'm in!

#12 of 696 Jim_K

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Posted February 24 2003 - 01:10 AM

ok I'm in

Are we picking Artist/single Album?

Or are we picking Artist/entire output?
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#13 of 696 SteveGon

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Posted February 24 2003 - 01:58 AM

I'm in.

#14 of 696 ChuckDeLa

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Posted February 24 2003 - 02:35 AM

I'm way in.

#15 of 696 ChuckDeLa

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Posted February 24 2003 - 02:56 AM

How many rounds are we going? In this draft, I could go 50 without breaking a sweat.

Another question: can we group solo careers/spin-off groups as one entry? For example, could a draft of Rolling Stones also include Mick Jagger and Keith Richards solo? Could Talking Heads also include Tom Tom Club & David Byrne?

#16 of 696 Angelo.M

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Posted February 24 2003 - 03:06 AM


I'm in.


#17 of 696 Cary T

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Posted February 24 2003 - 03:36 AM

Quote:
I was under the impression that we draft artists and each artist must have at least one whole album to their credit.
That's correct. No drafting albums or songs; just the artist.

To clarify a question: Band members who went on to have a solo or other group careers are separate picks as long as they release one whole to their credit and not affiliated with their former band's name. ie. The Beatles and John Lennon are two separate picks. In John Lennon's case, please indicate it's his solo career.

My initial intention was to go 10 rounds. It still is. But I also have no problem going 15 or 20 here. So it's subject to expand if the majority agrees.

Three spots left!

#18 of 696 ChuckDeLa

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Posted February 24 2003 - 03:38 AM

Damn, okay....

#19 of 696 ErikG

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Posted February 24 2003 - 04:38 AM

Count me in
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#20 of 696 ChuckDeLa

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Posted February 24 2003 - 05:37 AM

Two more needed!

I've got my ideal list narrowed down to 32, but I expect at least 5 of these to be picked before my first turn comes up (including the "holy trinity": Beatles/Stones/Who).