purple (until 91)
anything blunstone, argent, ballad
blue oyster cult
ELO - travelling wilburys
manfred mann's earthband
Black Sabbath (Dio, Ozzy)
Goo Goo Dolls
I'm glad you are a piss taker because I would be piling up the paracetamol and vodka if I thought you were being serious.
Seeing 'Bon Jovi' would have just made me do it any way.
Oh shit! I said Bon Jovi....!
(Leave Treasure Moment alone you bastard)
Boudewijn de Groot (some Dutch guy)
Alice in Chains
Jefferson Airplane (white Rabbit period)
That's about all in my cd cupboard besides Queen.
I like so much music. But besides Queen, I guess I like when something comes on my iPod that makes me feel like wiggling around and happy when I hear it - like early Beatles ... and lots of other songs (there is a White Stripes song that whenever I hear it, I have to dance). I also like very emotional sounding songs but they can sort of put me into too much of an altered mood or even make me start to cry (there is a song by Robin Thicke called Angel and one by Sting called When We Dance). But I'm not really crazy about any group other than Queen (having all their music and knowing every note). Second place would be the Beatles, probably. When you can remember where you were and what you were doing when first hearing a song ... that is probably a good indication that the song is getting to you. Ha. I remember hearing the Beatles song Hello Goodbye (or whatever it is called) while in the car with my family when I was a kid and getting very excited and asking to have the radio turned louder. Also, Killer Queen (another being driven by a parent and requesting the radio be turned louder moment).