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Old 02-05-2004, 12:02 AM   #1
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Recommend me some Synthesizer music...

After doing that 80s quiz, talking about both Boomerangs in another thread and the fact that I really like that new No Doubt song- Its my life, I really want to be exposed to some good (or daggy, dosnt bother me) new, or old synth laden music. Synths just make music so nice, now I am well aware of most acts, such as Kraftwerk and the like, but fire away at me, what songs in particular would you recommend for me?????
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Postal Service, nearly the entire 'Give Up' album is fantastic for that sort of thing.

Old wise, cant miss with Depeche Mode.

Others:

Erasure (old group)
Pet Shop Boys (old group)
The Start (new group)
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When I think of synthesizers, the first group that comes to mind is Eurythmics. I also agree with Pet Shop Boys and Depeche Mode, especially DM's older stuff. I would recommend PSB's older and newer stuff. You might also want to check out Electronic (are they still around?)--Neil Tenant from PSB is in that group/collaboration/whatever it was too.
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Postal Service, nearly the entire 'Give Up' album is fantastic for that sort of thing.

what he said
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One for sure, the ultimative one:


SOMEWHERE IN TIME (IRON MAIDEN) OPENED THE GATE TO THE PROGRESSIVE METAL WORLD.
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depeche mode, definetely!!
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Anything Box, Apotigmya Berzerk, Kenna, Simple Minds!, Air, The Cure, DM, New Order, Cocteau Twins, James, Xymox/Clan of Xymox
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bad religion's "into the unknown"

you'd have to download it cos there's no other way to actually obtain it.

it's the album that everyone tries to forget they did. i think some of it is cool..."billy gnosis" and "chasing the wild goose" are good. "time & disregard" too but it's really long.
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