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Old 08-15-2003, 02:09 AM   #76
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Paradise Lost! Probably the most underrated band of the 90's
Their style is dark rock, some would called them goth-metal.
Highly recommended if anyone wants to listen to some rockin music.
Katatonia! Same style as Paradise Lost but more dark.
Agalloch is bad ass too.
Thats all at the moment.......
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Old 08-15-2003, 04:13 AM   #77
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damien rice's album sales went up by some crazy amount...
Over 1000%

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ed harcourt (he deserves SO much attention)
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Old 08-15-2003, 04:39 AM   #78
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good for all the people who bought damo's album.
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Old 08-15-2003, 01:28 PM   #79
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Alex Lloyd: Watching Angels Mend
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Old 08-17-2003, 05:21 AM   #80
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anyone knows about this british band called PORCUPINE TREE

its awesome !!
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Porcupine Tree are great!

I took a bit of a gamble buying 'In Absentia' cos I hadn't heard much by them before but eh it was bargainous so I bought it and now I'm so glad I did!
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Budapest.

Kent.
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i agree with Doves and David Gray.
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Old 08-17-2003, 09:00 PM   #84
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Phil Collins.

Think about all the songs this guy has written or co-written, performed, etc. He's amazing, yet considered by the masses to be pop garbage, a sorry reminder of the 1980's. I think he's a genius and while I guess he was once a popular star, I think he was never appreciated like he should have been.

"In the Air Tonight"
"I Missed Again"
"I Don't Care Anymore"
"Misunderstanding"
"Sussudio"
"One More Night"
"Don't Lose My Number"
"Who Said I Would"
"Take Me Home"
"Separate Lives"
"Two Hearts"
"Groovy Kind of Love"
"Another Day in Paradise"
"Do You Remember?"
"Something Happened On the Way to Heaven"
"I Wish it Would Rain Down"
"That's All"
"No Reply At All"
"Land of Confusion"
"Tonight, Tonight, Tonight"
"Mama"
"In Too Deep"
"Throwing it All Away"
"I Can't Dance"
"No Son of Mine"
"Jesus He Knows Me"
"Hold on My Heart"
"Against All Odds (Take a Look At Me Now)
"You Can't Hurry Love"
"Hang in Long Enough"
"You'll Be in My Heart"
"Two Worlds"
"Everyday"
"Both Sides of the Story"
"Dance Into the Light"
"Can't Stop Loving You"
"Wake-up Call"
"Never a Time"
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Old 08-18-2003, 03:36 AM   #85
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anyone knows about this british band called PORCUPINE TREE

its awesome !!
Hell yea! PT is awesome
Just saw them in concert a couple weeks ago here in L.A.
What a great band to see live.
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If it wasn't already mentioned, Catatonia (with a "c"). Cerys Matthews has one of the funkiest, most idiosyncratic voices in music, although admittedly it can be an acquired taste.
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If it wasn't already mentioned, Catatonia (with a "c"). Cerys Matthews has one of the funkiest, most idiosyncratic voices in music, although admittedly it can be an acquired taste.
I prefer Catatonia with a K
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The Church -- 23 years and never a totally sucky release. Dual guitarists of such quality most bands would be thrilled with just one. A fabulously inventive bassist, with an incredibly cool, sensual voice, and the skills to write absolutely poetic lyrics. And a multi-talented drummer. And turning out their best work right now.

And they can give incredibly funny interviews also.
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The Church -- 23 years and never a totally sucky release. Dual guitarists of such quality most bands would be thrilled with just one. A fabulously inventive bassist, with an incredibly cool, sensual voice, and the skills to write absolutely poetic lyrics. And a multi-talented drummer. And turning out their best work right now.

And they can give incredibly funny interviews also.
I've heard of them. They had that one hit Under The Milky Way Tonight. That's a s much as I know of them
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COUGHradioheadCOUGH

That could go both ways, right?
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