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Bucky Ramone
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How about this one?

The Cars, The Beatles, Townes Van Zandt, The Rolling Stones, 808 State, Bob Dylan, Chad And Jeremy, SPK, The Germs, The Incredible String Band, Negative Trend, Joe Byrd, Black Flag, Desfinado, Magazine, Sylford Walker, The Pop Group, Louis Armstrong, Lamonte Young, The Byrds, Tony Conrad, Emmit Rhodes, Johnny Cash, John Fahey, Diamanda Galas, Sylvia Jean, Can, Mouse On Mars, Faust, Pink Floyd, Neu, Tennesse Ernie Ford, Roxie Music, Public Image Limited, John Cale, July, Nico, Lou Reed, The Righteous Brothers, Phil Spector, Throbbing Gristle, Love, Suicide, Led Zeppelin, Madonna, Teenage Jesus And The Jerks,Howlin Wolf, New Order,Smog,Captain Beefheart, Nick Drake, The Mothers Of Invention, Pinback, Burle Ives, The Ronettes, Leonard Cohen, Hank Williams, Ralph Stanley, Miles Davis, Del Shannon, Gil Evans, Mississippi John Hurt, Whitehouse, Merzbow, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Nina Simone, John Lennon, Psychik TV, Teddy Pendergrass, Oval, Pansonic, Butthole Surfers, Enio Morricone, Ligeti, Arvo Part, The Art Ensemble Of Chicago, PJ Harvey, Maryanne Faithful, Bobbie Gentry, Gene Clark, Home,The Carter Family, The Delfonics,Creedence Clearwater Revival, P. McCartney And Wings, David Bowie, Monroe Mustang, D’Angelo, Rain In July, Brian Eno,Fred McDowell, Yes, U2, Bradford Red Light District, Charley Patton, Sightings, Tampa Red, Michael Hurley, The Dave Ware Band, Flat And Scruggs, James Brown

ps. not my own list, but it could have been…

trivia question: whose list is this?

<small>[ 02-02-2002, 05:38 AM: Message edited by: den buck ]</small>