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Old 07-10-2003, 12:16 PM   #61
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Of course, his song on the Big Daddy soundtrack, "Instant Pleasure," is one of my all-time favorites:

I don't want somebody to love me
just give me sex whenever I want it


It's a hilarious, swaggering song.

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Old 07-10-2003, 12:32 PM   #62
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Old 07-10-2003, 03:27 PM   #64
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Did they sing "Deeper Shade of Soul????"
Yep, that's also one of their songs (from their first album Mental Floss For The Globe). I think it was their biggest hit in the USA, reaching 20-something on the Billboard 100.

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From Q magazine (issue 200):
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My family, my extended family, my very close friends and Kylie Minogue




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still doesn't cover the fact that even if dave does like her, the majority of music fans don't simply because they're biased towards dance-pop music in general.
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Old 07-11-2003, 02:56 PM   #66
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Everyone who mentioned the Cardigans.. and actually everyone ... be sure to check out 'A Camp' It's a project with Nina persson, the vocalist from cardigans with the dude from sparklehorse and some other people. It's very very excellent. Seriously very very excellent. So everyone buy it now.
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I have a feeling that Heads On Sticks, paxetaurora and I have very similar CD collections.

Every time you guys post about the bands you like, I can't agree more.


I was going to mention Cardigans especially, they are awesome. But also Lucinda Williams, Better Than Ezra, and N.E.R.D.

Also one of my favorite bands is Fountains of Wayne. They also had just one hit, but they are incredible. They are the pop masters in my opinion. If you don't own Utopia Parkway or Welcome Interstate Managers, you really need to check em out. Oh hell, their first album is really good too.

Also, The Pernice Brothers. One of the best bands I have heard in a looooooooong time. And they are off the radar.


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I'm sure someone already posted it, but I'll add Interpol to my list. Their album "Turn On The Bright Lights" is a must have for anyone that likes Joy Division, The Cure, The Smiths, and any other 80's influenced acts.

Interpol


At The Drive In/Mars Volta
Wow, what a suprise that we both like Interpol....


I highly agree with At the Drive In, but for some reason I havent been impressed with Mars Volta at all. Honestly, I prefer Sparta over all of them. Me like.

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Wow, what a suprise that we both like Interpol....


I highly agree with At the Drive In, but for some reason I havent been impressed with Mars Volta at all. Honestly, I prefer Sparta over all of them. Me like.

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LOL! Yeah, surprise surprise! I'd actually have to agree w/u mofo. Sparta IS better than Mars. Good call.
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the verve pipe
brian vander ark is a brilliant song writter.
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i agree with so many on here...ok, definitely
elbow
south (how can you not get attention with a name like joel cadbury?!)
starsailor (although they are getting a decent amount of attention with the new album and all over here)
doves and damien rice both got great glasto reviews and i have a good feeling about that...damien rice's album sales went up by some crazy amount...
the frames
neil halstead
mojave 3
ed harcourt (he deserves SO much attention)
And of course, sfa, delgados, etc as others said
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i'm really starting to get into elbow lately. definately gotta pick up their 2 cds.
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Old 08-14-2003, 10:40 PM   #73
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I can't believe no one mentioned BIG COUNTRY! A great Scotish Rock band with 8 studio albums and Stuart Adamson who was a big influence on the EDGE. Great band live too.
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gotta echo many that have been mentioned,
Interpol....
Elbow
The Frames
and also add

Turin Brakes
Pinback
Grandaddy


my brain is off, add more later.
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Amon Tobin actually
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