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Subject: remember 311!

Written By: Chuckangeline311 on 05/07/03 at 06:01 a.m.

I fucking still love 311!!!!!!!

Subject: Re: remember 311!

Written By: princessofpop on 05/07/03 at 06:31 a.m.

Sorry dude, I could never get into 311.  All their songs sound the same to me  :-/

Subject: Re: remember 311!

Written By: DaChazman on 05/07/03 at 02:37 p.m.

I  Love 311!

Subject: Re: remember 311!

Written By: FOXVOX/<rockphiler> on 05/07/03 at 04:14 p.m.

Musically gifted and influenced by World music.
Pretty impressive feat for a bunch of kids from Nebraska.
Nice guys, too.

Subject: Re: remember 311!

Written By: - on 05/07/03 at 09:36 p.m.

Why? I know what happened on 911, but what happened on 311? So gimme the 411.

Subject: Re: remember 311!

Written By: My_name_is_Kenny on 05/08/03 at 07:59 p.m.

I'd prefer to forget 311 actually.  They did it all, from rap/rock to ska to alternative to funk, and they were bad at all of it.

Subject: Re: remember 311!

Written By: FunkyFresh on 05/14/03 at 08:29 a.m.

I thought their early stuff was really good.  I remember hearing their first few singles, My Stoney Baby and Do you Right back in '93.  At that point, their particular style of music wasn't mainstream popular yet, nor were they played on mainstream radio.  I heard those songs on an independent local station.  I don't remember them getting really popular until Down and Mixed Up were being played over and over on a "Modern Rock" station.  I thought they were one of the better new bands in the 90s.  Their style has been copied by many bands since, it's good and fun music to listen to...

And you're right FOXVOX, those Omaha dudes have wound up making some pretty cool music.