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Old 01-08-2002, 09:34 PM   #1
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What bands did you "discover" in 2001?

Me...well, 3 of my top 5 bands I didn't really start to listen to until this year, being

Oasis
PJ Harvey
Radiohead

But then I also got into:
Travis
Live
Dave Matthews Band


Edit: I can't believe I forgot BLUR!
Those are probably the bands I most enjoyed "discovering" last year.


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Old 01-08-2002, 09:36 PM   #2
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Yeah, although I had heard loads about the Matthew Goode band in the past, I only really "discovered" them this past year....geez, all my posts seem to pertain to them lately! Hmmm, maybe I should just go to his website, eh?

People should check out his album "Beautiful Midnight"...absolutely stunning!
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In 2001 I 'discovered':

PJ Harvey (liked her before, just didn't realise how much)
Miles Davis

Or perhaps they discovered me. That's about it, really.

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Coldplay!
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The Strokes
Coldplay

George Acosta
Dara/AK1200/Dieselboy

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Leon Redbone

and my fav of the year

BRMC (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club)

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PJ Harvey - "Still recovering from her rendition of "Rid Of Me" in Hartford.
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Mercury Rev
Trembling Blue Stars
(just mentioned those in another thread)
Beth Orton
Peace Orchestra
Mocean Worker
A3 (well, I "discovered" them in 2000, does that count?)
Eliza Carthy
Flogging Molly
The Avalanches

There's more, I'm sure.

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Mercury Rev
Trembling Blue Stars
(just mentioned those in another thread)
Beth Orton
Peace Orchestra
Mocean Worker
A3 (well, I "discovered" them in 2000, does that count?)
Eliza Carthy
Flogging Molly
The Avalanches

There's more, I'm sure.

Beth Orton, yes! Galaxy of Emptiness is such a perfect late-nite song... folk meets trip-hop (is that a hackneyed description or what? Anyway, Beth is wonderful).

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They have an album out in stores, but you can here them at www.mp3.com.

they're song space is pure bliss....
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i didn't discover any new bands in 2001. (is it just me or does that look like someone singing rather than someone who's embarassed?)
however, i did stir up some promotion for a favourite band of mine. (some people didn't even know some members had left...*cries* some of you peeps know what i mean...)

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Beth Orton, yes! Galaxy of Emptiness is such a perfect late-nite song... folk meets trip-hop (is that a hackneyed description or what? Anyway, Beth is wonderful).

Yeah I really really like her a lot. Her voice is fragile at times but the way she delivers! I've heard her before but only started really discovering what she was all about. I liked her work she did with the Chemical Brothers who I really enjoy as well and who are responsible for introducing me to Beth Orton. She added a nice dreamy touch to their mix. I heard the Chemical Brothers produced her up and coming record - now *that* I gotta hear!

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