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Who are the artists you most want to see that have not been shown? Here's my list...
1. Eagles (They were actually the first to start the trend with a show called VH1 One on One back in '94 around the time they reunited.)
2. Marvin Gaye (Alot needs to be told. I read a book awhile back and it was very revealing. A tragic tale. Well, not as tragic as Bad Finger.)
3. Fat Boys (Just for nostaglia, besides I met one of them, the light-skinned one.)
4. Tupac Shakur (I got a feeling there's a lot of controversary around this one. I heard they got too close to the truth with the Notorious B.I.G. episode. We'll see.)
5. Aerosmith (Why not?)
6. Eminem (????)
7. Wu-Tang Clan (I just wanna see them tell the truth of why they formed such a huge rap group. Twelve+ members people, and everyone has had a solo album. Everyone.)
8. Steve Miller Band (Did you know Phil "SNL" Hartman did artwork for their album covers?)
9. Santana (The greatest comeback story ever.)
10. New Edition ("Bobby Brown did not have a statemnet at the time of this interview.")
Here's a link to see if they may have did one of your favorite artists. http://www.vh1.com/shows/series/behind_the_music/
According to the "Returning Favorites" edition of the TV Guide, we should be seeing "Aerosmith: Behind the Music" anytime now. Still, they promised a Black Sabbath show about two years ago and still haven't delivered, so...
How about another comedy one like they did with Weird Al only this time it's about....SPINAL TAP???
I'd like to see one on Expose.
-Wendy O. Williams
-Nirvana (I don't like the group, but I want to see if "Behind The Music" can uncover who blew Kurt's brains out...some say it was Kurt himself, but I know several Nirvana fans who point the finger at Courtney Love)
-Paul Williams (singer-songwriter, actor, voice-over artist and notable smaller person...Still alive, but he went through a hellacious cocaine addiction)
-Frank Zappa (He actually deserves a "Legends" episode)
-Prince (also worthy of a "Legends" episode)
John "Captain Caps" Kilduff
Spinal Tap sounds good. I like that idea.
Yes, Spinal Tap would be great. R Kelly would be great too, but they would probably have to wait until that whole "sex tape" controversy dies down. Here's my picks:
New Kids on the Block
Lou Perlman (creator of the Backstreet Boys and the like)
"Sgt. Pepper's Loney Heart's Club Band" (If they can have episodes based on "classic" rock music moves, they can have one based on a bad one, right?)
David Lee Roth
Guns 'n Roses
The Talking Heads
Earth, Wind, and Fire
Hootie and the Blowfish
Blood, Sweat, and Tears
Danny Elfman (Hey, it would fit...)
I agree with Danny Elfman/Oingo Boingo that would be very interesting to see what he fellow bandmates feel about him. When it comes to solo artists he went a whole different direction.
Also while we're at it, throw in Devo. Mark Mothersbaugh has done the theme songs for Sliders, Rugrats, Bobby's World, as well as many others. And I like Devo better than Oingo Boingo.
Talking Heads would be cool.
Van Halen would be like three hours long.
Hootie and the Blowfish would be thirty minutes.
They used to have a Behind the Music that was 30 minutes long. Forget what it was called though. They had one on Tori Amos, wich really explained very little about her. They could have gone the full hour with her. Especially since they didn't mention anything about all the things that happened to her between her third and fourth albums.Hootie and the Blowfish would be thirty minutes.
So I'm gonna go with Tori Amos. They definetly need to do one on her.
""Sit in the chair and be good now" and become all that they told you"- Tori Amos "Girl"
"She's convinced she could hold back a glacier, but she couldn't keep baby alive"- Tori Amos "Spark"
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