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Posted By: Chris

Posted On: Jul 14, 2008
Views: 1502
Hold that last one

I actually think that there could be a show just about two British supergroups battling. My first one would be the group on my last comment. My second one would be:
Guitars: Jeff Beck, David Gilmour, Brian May, Ritchie Blackmore, Tony Iommi
Rhythm Guitar and Vocals Ray Davies
Bass: Sitng
Drums: Carl Palmer


Posted By: Chris

Posted On: Jun 19, 2008
Views: 1464
New lineup

Britian :
Bass and vocals: Paul McCartney
Guitar and vocals: Eric Clapton
Guitar: Jimmy Page
Rhythm guitar and backing vocals: Keith Richards
Rhythm guitar and backing vocals: Pete Townshend
Drums: Mitch Mitchell

America:
Vocals and piano: Steven Tyler
Guitar and backing vocals: Eddie Van Halen
Guitar: Slash
Rhythm guitar and vocals: Bruce Springsteen
Bass: Flea
Drums: Dave Grohl


Posted By: Nicole

Posted On: Jun 5, 2008
Views: 1490
UK vs. USA

My Supergroups would have to be (including dead and alive musicians):
UK:
Lead Guitar: Brian May
Lead Vocals: Freddie Mercury
Rhythm Guitar and vocals: John Lennon
Rhythm Guitar: Pete Townsend
Piano and vocals: Elton
Drums: Mitch Mitchell
Bass: Paul McCartney
Percussion: Ray Cooper

USA:
Lead Guitar: Jimi Hendrix
Lead Vocals: Steve Perry
Rhythm Guitar and vocals: Bruce Springsteen
Piano: Jerry Lee Lewis
Keys and vocals: Dennis DeYoung
Vocals: Jon Bon Jovi
Drums: Lars Ulrich
Bass: Cliff Burton


Posted By: Big A

Posted On: May 11, 2008
Views: 1522
Blind Faith

Nuff said!


Posted By: Chris

Posted On: Apr 25, 2008
Views: 1519
If Only...

If we could ressurect artists from the dead, my supergroup would be:
Vocals: Freddie Mercury
Rhythm guitar and vocals: John Lennon
Lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
Bass: John Entwisle
Drums: John Bonham


Posted By: Nedward 9

Posted On: Apr 18, 2008
Views: 1480
Change

Here's how it should be:
Britian: Bass: Paul McCartney
Guitar: Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page
Rhtyhm Guitar: Keith Richrds and Pete Townshend
Drums: Mitch Mitchell

America: Rhtyhm Guitar: Bruce Springsteen and Billie Joe Armstrong
Guitar: Eddie Van Halen and Slash
Bass: Flea
Drums: Dave Grohl
All in all, a pretty good list, just take out all the pianoes and keyboards.


Posted By: bloody_mari

Posted On: Mar 13, 2008
Views: 1484
CORRECTION!

I meant to put Eric Clapton's name behind one of the greatest guitarists ever to have lived...OOPS! Anyhow, seeing as everyone below me is making up their own supergroups, I'll go ahead and do the same, assuming we can in fact resurrect musicians from the dead...

USA
vocals-eddie vedder and janis joplin
lead guitar-stevie ray vaughn and jimi hendrix
guitar-slash and eddie van halen
rhythm guitar-stone gossard
bass-les claypool
keyboards-ray manzarek
piano-stevie wonder
drums-dave grohl all the way!

UK
vocals-bono (circa 80's lol)and paul mccartney
lead guitar-eric clapton and jimmy page
guitar-pete townshend
rhythm guitar-joe strummer
bass-jack bruce
keyboards-steve winwood
piano-elton john
drums-keith moon

This way, the US would at least have a fighting chance, if not the win! O_o


Posted By: bloody_mari

Posted On: Mar 13, 2008
Views: 1432
Without question, UK...but...

In all honesty, I have no doubt that the UK would win when it comes to making the best album of the two supergroups. I mean, they've got Beatle Paul on their team, one of the greatest songwriters of this century. Not to mention Pete Townsend, also a phenominal writer in his own right, as well as one of the most talented guitarists ever to have lived. However, I have to wonder why you chose McCartney to play bass guitar...Jack Bruce of Cream was far better than McCartney ever was, in my opinion. Next, I would change some of the choices for the USA supergroup, starting with the guitarists. Springsteen would be out, though I love his work. I'd replace him with Slash from GNR as guitarist. Billie Jo would be out, and I'd replace him with Stone Gossard of Pearl Jam for rhythm guitar. And though it would be a hard decision, I feel that Les Claypool of Primus is a far more talented bassist than Flea. Now if only we could resurrect musicians from the dead...wouldn't that be a trip! KUDOS!


Posted By: Braz

Posted On: Dec 23, 2007
Views: 1515
working together

Its not just talent here, I think. There is a certain amount of cohesion that's needed when making an album. I went with the UK line-Up for the sheer fact that those guys know each other, for the most part. Phil Collins has toured with Eric Clapton, Eric Clapton is friends with Pete Townshend, and has played with Steve Winwood, Phil has played charity shows where he has been the drummer for Paul McCartny and Elton John. So, I think they'd turn out the better album because they have a good sense of everyone elses styles in the group.


Posted By: Richie

Posted On: Aug 31, 2007
Views: 1628
Supergroup

I love both and it is very hard to choose but due to the fact that two twats (mr paul mccartney and elton john) are in the UK i had to go USA!


Posted By: mary

Posted On: Mar 2, 2007
Views: 2046
Townshend is awesome

I was just watching a video of Townshend on YouTube playing acoustic at the Secret Policeman's concert. He did a song called "Drowned" which was awesome.


Posted By: Garrett Jennings

Posted On: Jul 18, 2006
Views: 2449
This is for a new TV show - only living musicians

Everyone loves Hendrix but I kind of got the idea for this TV show because everyone would talk about the all-star rock band in heaven - Lennon, Moon, Hendrix, Elvis, Entwistle
and I thought "what about the musicians that are still around?" - so that's where the idea for this TV show came from. Make sure you go to the bottom of the page where you can vote for living artists that you'd like to see on a Supergroup.


Posted By: Kamanda Ndama

Posted On: Jul 15, 2006
Views: 2344
Where jimi for the lead guitar

Where Jimi Hendrix, Jimi is a much better guitarist then Eddie


Posted By: angelo richetti

Posted On: Apr 13, 2006
Views: 2282
check this out

guitar - hands down edward van halen
drums - this one for me is tuff so i'm going
to name two drummers. alex van halen and neil peart.

bassist - john entwisel (i know he's dead)
vocals - jim morrison (yes he's also dead)
but just think what this would sound like.


Posted By: Stevie Joe Armstrong

Posted On: Apr 8, 2006
Views: 1908
Am uk but USA better line up

I am a 16 year old boy from the UK and totally idolises Billie Joe Armstrong so if he's in there am sorry USA have to win.

Billie joe is the ultimate Star of everything
he is god


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