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Old 02-18-2005, 09:27 PM   #16
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Brau, you want to YSI those songs and share the love? :
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Old 02-18-2005, 09:35 PM   #17
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Forlorn: AAC format

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Naked Girl: AAC Format

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Four Story Tantrum: AAC Format

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Old 02-18-2005, 10:03 PM   #18
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I just read a review of the Isidore disc, and although I don't normally take much stock in reviews, I found part of this one interesting.

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It’s difficult to make comparisons to other music, but I have to give you some kind of reference point. I have to give many reference points, because there isn’t one distinct sound. If you like any of the following then you’ll probably love this band: James, U2, David Bowie, The Tragically Hip, The Cowboy Junkies, The Doors, The Postal Service, Oasis, Jeff Buckley, Leonard Cohen, and Depeche Mode all come to mind.
Isidore really has such a unique sound though that these
comparisons don’t do the music justice.
To be perfectly honest, I'm not sure I really get these sounds from Isidore (which I do utterly adore, btw), but perhaps others will. If you'd like to check it out, you can stream the entire album from the isi site at:
Isidore
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I'm really into Bloc Party and Muse right now. Both are British bands.
Bloc Party were playing in Virgin in London while I was there, I wanted to get tickets to see them but never got round to it.

I really like a singer called KT Tunstall at the moment, I really think she'll be huge this year. I heard some of her songs a few weeks ago and was really impressed. Embrace are another band I've currently got really into again.
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For me “new bands”, great in Australia but the Americans would not have heard of them.

The Sleepy Jackson
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Kashmir, from Denmark... Excellent
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I really like a singer called KT Tunstall at the moment, I really think she'll be huge this year.
I've listened to her album a couple of times, but haven't really been able to get into it. I'll have to give it another shot.

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I love the Sleepy Jackson (and I'm American! )....can't understand why they're not more popular.
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I'm really into Bloc Party and Muse right now. Both are British bands.
Muse are GREAT!
I love all their songs. Just ALL. The B-sides also... Like U2!
I recommend them to all of you. The singer has some amazing vocal abilities! (and he's the guitarist also)
Their last album is Absolution, although Origin Of Symmetry and Showbiz are slightly better.

Try them. You won't be sorry!
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The Kaiser Chiefs are good. I also really like The Caesars right now too - I can't recommend them enough.

Amusement Parks On Fire are also an excellent band - pretty new on the scene.
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I love the Sleepy Jackson (and I'm American! )....can't understand why they're not more popular.
American, too, and I've listened to some of their songs. When I first heard of them (must have been over a year ago, by now) I thought they were going to be huge, too. But I'm usually wrong, anyway.
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the futurheads are great! im going to see them live next month.
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they aren't new, but yes, they are excellent
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they aren't new, but yes, they are excellent
I know they are not new,, Been following them since they started out.. But to some they could be a new experience
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Just Jack-Not rock but kinda R & B to me.

John Fogetry-Released a new album even though he is not new. I love his new album!
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