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Another one of these wonderfully self-explanatory polls. Which of these bands "C"s the most play-time in your stereo? As always, write-ins welcome, because 'round these parts we certainly realize that we can't please everyone.

 

My vote goes to Crystal Ball. Love everything they've done.

 

So, who's your favorite "C"? And if anyone says "c-cup," then you must provide photos to show exactly what it is you're referring to. :lol:

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C is not that good of a letter. I can't wait for S, now that letter will have a crap load of good bands. Cinderella was my pick and I don't even think I own a Cinderella cd.

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I'm with the majority for a change on this poll as I went with Cinderella with Crashdiet, C.I.T.A and China not too far behind. Quite a few other decent bands there as well. One of these days I'll pick up the China Sky and Concrete Jungle releases to see if they are any good.....

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Most definitely Cornerstone, but they ain't in the list.

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Easy pick for me - Casanova by a mile, even though there are some great bands here. China, Charade, CITA, Crystal Ball would be next. I love Cinderella as much as the next person... but a few better bands here, IMO. :)

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Love Cinderella to Death but Crashdiet has put out 2 Fantastic Releases that I cant stop playing .

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I'm gonna vote for an "other," namely Crimson Glory. :bowdown:

 

Although Cinderella and Crashdiet are darned good as well.

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CANNIBAL CORPSE BABY!!! I'm sure that's the only vote it's going to get.

 

Dark Star beat you to it already ;)

 

I DO Listen to Cannibal Corpse sometimes too, when I am in an angry mood......
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CANNIBAL CORPSE BABY!!! I'm sure that's the only vote it's going to get.

 

Dark Star beat you to it already ;)

 

I DO Listen to Cannibal Corpse sometimes too, when I am in an angry mood......

 

Dammit, it still only has one vote. I hope TIM(2) votes for Corpse as well.

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Simple one for me.... CHEAP TRICK.

 

Followed by Cinderella, Child's Play, and Cinder Road (Plunge).

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