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Old 08-16-2005, 11:08 AM   #1
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Need some ideas...

YOO

I am having trouble getting new ideas for some new music to listen to.

I'm a huge RH fan, U2 fan, PJ fan.. arcade fire, Interpol, Smiths, pixies, Hip, Franz F, REM, Stereolab, muse, neil young, Zeppelin, Beck, Weezer, Tool, Pumpkins, etc..

anyways..

What are some new albums (or even some great old ones) that you guys can recommend for me? I am having serious cravings for some new thought provoking, and headwobbling music

thanks!
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check this thread out: http://forum.interference.com/t135704.html

lots of great ideas there. hope it helps.
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try Queen ( greatest hits package I&II , Innuendo , A night At The Opera )
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Thanks guys..

is that BIG?

Not a queen fan, but thanks
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Placebo. Seriously. Go out and get Once More With Feeling: THe Singles 1996-2004. Now. Run, don't walk.

And was the PJ Pearl Jam or PJ Harvey? Either way, you should listen to both.
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Placebo. Seriously. Go out and get Once More With Feeling: THe Singles 1996-2004. Now. Run, don't walk.

And was the PJ Pearl Jam or PJ Harvey? Either way, you should listen to both.
That would be Pearl Jam (coming soon to Ottawa!)

what does PJ harvey sound like.. heard lots, but never listened.
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PJ Harvey... hard to describe really. Album by album a bit different. She's got a very weathered voice, confessional and biting lyrics, and the music ranges from raw grungy rock to trip-hop-esque depending. Her most important album is probably Rid of Me, her most well-known song ("Down by the Water") is on To Bring You My Love, and her most accessible is easily Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea. Stories has a duet with Thom Yorke which is just chilling, a good place to start since you're a RH fan methinks.
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Thanks guys..

is that BIG?

Not a queen fan, but thanks
it is Big

just some very good music

also buy those soundtracks :

Kill Bill Vol 1&2
Jackie Brown
Reservoir Dogs
Pulp Fiction

those are great compilations by Quentin Tarantino
forgotten and unknown gems with a twist
all styles , all the music you ever gonna need
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PJ Harvey... hard to describe really. Album by album a bit different. She's got a very weathered voice, confessional and biting lyrics, and the music ranges from raw grungy rock to trip-hop-esque depending. Her most important album is probably Rid of Me, her most well-known song ("Down by the Water") is on To Bring You My Love, and her most accessible is easily Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea. Stories has a duet with Thom Yorke which is just chilling, a good place to start since you're a RH fan methinks.
Good call.. sounds sweet.
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it is Big

just some very good music

also buy those soundtracks :

Kill Bill Vol 1&2
Jackie Brown
Reservoir Dogs
Pulp Fiction

those are great compilations by Quentin Tarantino
forgotten and unknown gems with a twist
all styles , all the music you ever gonna need
Man... Love Tarantino (favorite director hands down)
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What are some new albums (or even some great old ones) that you guys can recommend for me? I am having serious cravings for some new thought provoking, and headwobbling music

thanks!
I will continue to shamelessly plug this until someone takes a flyer on it.

Brian Jonestown Massacre, Tepid Pepermint Wonderland. Very trippy, neo psycho shoegazey kind of music but any kind of catchall phrase doesn't do it justice. Peter Hayes of BRMC is a former member, even directly nicked that "she's so ha-ha high" verse from BJM's "If love is the drug".
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definitely get into The Clash, London Calling is amazing.
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try...

blood on the tracks/highway 61 revisited-bob dylan

born to run-springsteen

velvet underground and nico-velvet underground

(all are very um thought provoking )
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definitely get into The Clash, London Calling is amazing.

Best. Album. Ever.
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