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Old 10-29-2007, 09:55 PM   #61
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JOE 90!!

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I recommend (with civility, bitches) Bruce Springsteen, Red Hot Chili Peppers (though I only like the Frusciante albums), and Franz Ferdinand.
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U2Fanatic4ever, I likey the pictures .

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JOE 90 link: http://www.amazon.com/Dream-This-Joe...3710018&sr=1-1

Buy this C.D. for less than 5 dollars! You hate it, you throw it away for good! Just try it please!

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Crowded House fans who aren't content to settle for a Neil Finn solo album every few years may well appreciate Joe 90. The four-piece band's debut, Dream This, offers a similar meld of thoughtful lyrics and catchy, vibrant pop-rock marked by Chris Seefried's ever-so-slightly sandpapery vocals. Appealing on first listen, the disc reveals depth after a few plays; while tracks such as "Ferris Wheel" and "Mascara" rely as much on craft as art, they're also hard to say no to. A healthy measure of the Lennonesque also makes the likes of "Truth" and "Super Hero" sound familiar while belonging very much to the group. --Rickey Wright
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*Reads info on Joe 90*

Crowded House/Finn comparisons? ...

*Note to self: investigate Joe 90 music pronto* Thanks for sharing that, Cute Irish Bono.

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Very cool.

This whole thread makes me very happy. I love seeing people so enthused about the music they love, and people wanting to expand their musical horizons.

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*Reads info on Joe 90*

Crowded House/Finn comparisons? ...

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Very cool.

This whole thread makes me very happy. I love seeing people so enthused about the music they love, and people wanting to expand their musical horizons.

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Cool. Want me to e-mail you some Joe 90 songs to get a taste for them?
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Cool. Want me to e-mail you some Joe 90 songs to get a taste for them?
Sure . Send away-I'd love to hear them .

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Old 10-30-2007, 02:21 AM   #69
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Guys, he did say popular artist! and asked for the most accessible albums! That's why I don't understand recommendations like Stone Roses. They had what.. 2 albums?
The quality of those two albums is what matters, and without the Stone Roses, you don't have Brit Pop and will never understand Madchester, two immensely enjoyable moments in music. And by listening to the Roses, he'll definitely get into Smiths, Oasis, Blur and Verve...

So Stone Roses debut album must be his next purchase.
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Wow guys thanks a lot. I'm short of time right now, so I'll hit back with some replies pretty soon.

Thanks again!
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. . . and without the Stone Roses, you don't have Brit Pop . . .

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. . . and without The Smiths, you don't have Brit Pop . . .


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Without the Stone Roses you don't have acid house, and without acid house you don't have Primal Scream or Blur.

Smiths did not start britpop. They weren't even britpop themselves.
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Yeah, British pop kinda goes back to even the 60s, doesn't it? Without groups like the Kinks or the Beatles, a lot of the British bands that followed may have never existed.

Also, LOL, COBL_04. You're welcome, have fun! Can't wait to hear your thoughts on whatever you check out.

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Yeah, I'll have to do that all tomorrow I'm afraid, Dad's kicking my off the computer cos my younger sister Amy (who was born on my birthday she was the best present ever aww) wants to sleep in the study for some reason
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. . . and without The Smiths, you don't have Brit Pop . . .


Smiths-scene, as part of Madchester, popularised and kickstarted Stone Roses, which gave a massive kick-start to Brit-Pop, namely Oasis, who kinda ended this particular chain, giving way for post-U2-rock?, aka Travis, Coldplay, Snow Patrol, Keane, The Thrills?
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