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Old 12-21-2006, 09:48 PM   #46
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Radiohead are on my original list of artists I like.....

I LOVE The Soft Bulletin, great album....All Mod Cons, though, do not own that and I like a few Jam songs, so, will add that to the list, thanks!!! wow, Race for the Prize just came onto my Ipod, wow, good timing. Not familiar with the La's either, so, thanks.

I'm a big fan of The Stone Roses, too, wish they could have kept their act together, would have been interesting to see how good they might have gotten.

Martha, thanks for the Wolfmother suggestion, I have them on my Ipod and love the first few songs....sorry if people are mentioning acts I already am familiar with, I could not possibly list every band I like, but, there are already some good suggestions in the thread, so, keep it up, people!

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oops! I somehow missed it... But do check out the Raconteurs. Broken Boy Soliders is awesome.. They are a GREAT Live Band that is a must see if you can catch them next tour! They just blew my mind...
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Old 12-22-2006, 01:26 AM   #47
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Zoney, I'm going to check Ride out and see how that goes....I trust your taste.

I don't know too many people that know of Lush, let alone like them. Stone Roses are a little more well known, I think. At least Lush stayed around long enough to put a few albums out. Man, I could listen to Sweetness and Light all day, love the guitar....
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Re: The The, any one album you'd recommend to me?
There is an excellent greatest hits type album called 45 RPM. As for a proper album, I would recommend either Mind Bomb or Dusk.
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Thanks greenlight.

And, so far, all I can say is:

ALL HAIL KASABIAN!!!!
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ALL HAIL KASABIAN!!!!
Oh hell yes. I don't have their second album yet, but I loved their first. They are also quite fun and good live.
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OK, have now listened to Empire by Kasabian, and Work by Junetile, and liked both very much.....different kinds of music, but, both were to my liking. So far, so good.....

Up next, Mute Math, then Snow Patrol.

Merry Xmas!
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Consider it bought.
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Porcupine Tree (some long "prog" type stuff but also some great rock as well)
Aereogramme (at times quite meloncholy but always intelligent stuff from Scotland!!!)
Mew ( a song called "Comforting Sounds" - make sure it's the version that uses the instrument called the THEREMIN - it's just SUCH A BETTER VERSION of the song)
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Axver also mentioned Porcupine Tree, so, consider them added to the list.

Thanks.
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what about INXS?

my advice is don't buy their new album,

Something from the 80's eg: "Kick", "The Swing" or their first album "INXS"
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No Spoken Words,

Make sure not to neglect Kasabian's first, self titled, album. It's better than Empire. I'm sure you've heard the song "Club Foot" before. It's probably the best song of this decade.

Also, keep us informed on which music you're enjoying. I might have to try some of these other recommendations for myself.
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Well, so far, I've given one listen to:

Empire - Kasabian
Eyes Open - Snow Patrol
Ganging Up On the Sun - Guster
Mute Math - Mute Math

I've actually liked all 4.

I did buy Kasabian, but, am not going to listen to it until I've given some of the other artists a listen. The last thing I'd ever do is neglect Kasabian!

Up next: Absolution - Muse
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Yay glad you liked Guster! I think Lost and Gone Forever, Parachute, and Guster on Ice are my top albums (sorry, should've probably mentioned that earlier ) Manifest Destiny on Ganging Up rocks my world!
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Oh, sure, release further details now, after I've made the purchases! This just means I'll have to get the other Guster albums.

I liked that song a lot, too, actually.

I forgot that I've also listened to Work by Junetlie, which I also enjoyed. So far so good.....
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