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Old 06-16-2002, 02:57 PM   #1
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Trying to discover new music...

Hey guys....... ok... I know someone posted a thread here not too long ago about music recomendations, but I can't find it, so forgive me for starting my own. I am making a mixed CD (as I always seem to be doing) and I need to discover some new music. I hate the crap that's on the radio these days.
I have heard a lot of you guys talking about the Muse, the Doves and Massive Attack, so I am checking these bands out. But I need more! To give you alittle background, I love music by Coldplay, Travis, David Gray, Starsailor, Jeff Buckley, U2, Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead, Pink Floyd and many others but that should help. I also am really getting into electronica type music with the likes of Lamb, Esthero, Moby etc...

*Update: not liking the Muse so much.
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Old 06-16-2002, 03:29 PM   #2
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There is a new band from Belgium called Millionaire. The cd Outside the simian flock is great.
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Old 06-16-2002, 04:14 PM   #3
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I've already said it repeatedly:
please check out Elliott Smith.
His music his well structured, his voice his soft around the edges...very nice.

His music is sometimes rocking, sometimes spunky sometime mortally sad.

Waltz#2 is the song that hooked me. DOn't let the happy waltz beat fool you

Must haves:

-Miss Misery
-Sweet Adeline
-Junk Bond Trader
-Everything means Nothing to Me(beautiful build up and ending here!)
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Old 06-16-2002, 04:22 PM   #4
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The Strokes
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
White Stripes
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Old 06-16-2002, 04:24 PM   #5
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god i love muse (unless u actually meant the muse....im pretty sure u meant muse tho) and all those other peeps u mentoined!

Today my favourite songs are:

Jack Off Jill- Love Song (The Cure cover)

Im liking Bad Religion too: Infected
Punk Rock Song


Van the Mans- These are the Days

The Jam- Town called Malice <---great great tune
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Old 06-16-2002, 04:51 PM   #6
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[color=royal blue]Pete Yorn
BRMC
Rufus Wainwright
Doves
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Miss Mona Vox.....what Pete Yorn songs would you suggest listening to? Thank you Miss Bono Vox
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Miss Mona Vox.....what Pete Yorn songs would you suggest listening to? Thank you Miss Bono Vox
[color=royal blue]Mwaha

get the whole dern CD....

OR I suggest

Life on a Chain
Strange Condition
For Nancy
EZ
Murray
Sense

and his covers of Panic and Dancing in the Dark and China Girl

LOLLLLL that's like half the CD........
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me <--- *goes on downloading spree*

Now this pete yorn guy has been spread aboot all over PLEBA......i keep seeing his name.......and i dont tink you would have anything to do with that Mona

i wanna see how great he is now...........
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Old 06-16-2002, 05:53 PM   #10
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Moloko
Afrocelt Sound System
Turin Brakes
Remy Zero
1 Giant Leap

If you like Massive Attack you will like Tricky and Portishead (all bands come from my home town - Bristol).

You might like Soulwax too.

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me <--- *goes on downloading spree*

Now this pete yorn guy has been spread aboot all over PLEBA......i keep seeing his name.......and i dont tink you would have anything to do with that Mona

i wanna see how great he is now...........
Hehee for some reason everyone thinks I'm smitten with him.....
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*snort* You are not obsessed Mona

O-M-G I d/l Strange Condition.....to get a wee taster.........I see why your obsessed........its great....*d/l more tunes*......now is he goodlooking?!
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Love them I love the album Golden Hum (i think thats it anyway) and the Saaaave me song!
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Old 06-16-2002, 10:37 PM   #14
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The Hives - very garage punk, I would especially recommend the songs

Hate to Say I Told You So
Die, All Right!
Main Offender
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i would NOT recommend muse, the strokes, the white stripes, or the hives.

i would recommend...

more radiohead (come on angel, you gotta like em more!!), sigur ros, beethoven, actually any classical music - its such a relief to hear good music instead of boring "guitar rock". id also recommend mogwai, the doves, and creed.

ofcourse, creed being said as the biggest joke ever made.

yesterday in a music store, i asked one of the workers if i could make a request:

"can i make a request?"

"what kind of request?"

"can you please remove all of creeds cds immediately?"

"trust me, weve all tried."

brilliant.
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