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Old 06-11-2003, 12:29 PM   #16
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the gravel pit (i think they're from connecticut, actually)

collapse into reason (i'm not sure if they broke up or not)

chain fall

the damaged (they're a not so bad punk/hardcore band)

edgar (i HOPE they broke up, they probably didn't though)


frick (they depress me. they used to be good, they got a new singer and now they sound like blink 182)

big ugly wrench (i'm not sure if they're still around, they were pretty good...and they do a wierd creedence clearwater revival)

there's unconfortable silence and natural descent. i'm not sure if eityher of them are still around, the last i've heard of them was at least a year ago now...and i think unconfortable silence was/is from somewhere in vermont, near brattleboro...

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Old 06-11-2003, 12:33 PM   #17
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- The Pietasters

if you are into electronica stuff
- Thievery Corporation and
- Deep Dish

there are plenty of others that i am spacing on

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Old 06-11-2003, 12:34 PM   #18
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there used to be a good local band called shoot the dancing bear, but they broke up about 5 years ago

and there was the maggies, who were good, but i don't know if they're still around (i don't think they are)

there's the fawns and spanish for hitchhiking, neither of which i've actually heard. they both include people from school for the dead, so i've heard of them that way. and i'm not sure if the pelicans are a local band or not, but they're good same with lofine and the figments (well, those last two are ok, not great....the pelicans have a song that has an intro that reminds me of "angel of harlem" but it took me months to realise what it sounded like)...
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Old 06-11-2003, 12:36 PM   #19
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- The Pietasters

i've definetly heard them. because for a while i was getting their name mixed up with piebald...

mission orange? i think that's the name of this one band...they had one song i liked called "up on blocks"

and seventeen, who broke up, they were good...
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I have no locality....

Though local London bands....
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Old 06-11-2003, 08:59 PM   #21
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merkury burn (from toronto) was awesome.. but then their lead singer ditched 'em and they broke up. assholes. the bassist and the guitarist are working on a new project or something, which I guess could be nice. but the lead singer made that band.

awesome while they lasted though

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