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Old 03-04-2004, 12:06 PM   #16
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Travis I know someone said it already, but give it a try. My favorite Travis album was once "The Invisible Band" but now I love them all. "The Man Who" is equally good.
I'm glad to see you like Jack Johnson
IWasBored is right about the Clash.
Pearl Jam is awesome, but I prefer them live, so I only listen to their official bootlegs.
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Old 03-04-2004, 12:22 PM   #17
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Try Porcupine Tree

Get a "In absentia" or "Lightbulb Sun" or "Stupid Dream" album.

Ryan Adam is decent.

I dont like PJ or the springsteen
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Another one:

South -- With the Tides and Here On In are both great albums.

You can listen to With the Tides on their site at http://south.uk.net/
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Old 03-04-2004, 02:13 PM   #19
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Yep, I'll second Idlewild, Doves, Ryan Adams, Travis and will add Feeder(Comfort in Sound),
The Stills(Logic Will Break your Heart)
and Ash(Free All Angels).
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Doves
Elbow
Franz Ferdinand (they hopefully gonna be biiiiiig)
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds (not new, but 12 albums of material ready to explore.. dark romantic, gothic sorta balladish sometimes creepy and menacing, sometimes aching and wonderful kinda music)

www.allmusic.com is a good place to look around and learn about music and read reviews.
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Thanks for the suggestions everybody! Based on the bands that have been recommended more than once, I think I'll start with Ryan Adams, Travis, Doves, and Idlewild and see how it goes from there.

Oh and maybe the Clash too. I admit I do need to broaden my musical tastes. What are the Clash like?
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if you wanna try something different...

Manu Chao - próxima estación: esperanza
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i can't actually answer this question without being a condescending asshole. just go buy 'london calling' right now.
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Franz Ferdinand (they hopefully gonna be biiiiiig)
They're already getting there here. I wanted to see them at T in the Park last summer, but didn't because they conflicted with someone else. Now they're touring, but the tour sold out really quickly.
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i can't actually answer this question without being a condescending asshole. just go buy 'london calling' right now.
Haha, can you answer any question without doing that??

I'll second the buying London Calling comment though. I'll also second Idlewild. From the bands you mentioned, I pretty much think you will almost definitely like Travis, Doves, Idlewild, etc. They're all pretty much in the same vein.

If you want to try something in a different vein though, look towards my avatar
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Haha, can you answer any question without doing that??



good point



oh and since i haven't already echoed everyone's endorsement of idlewild, i shall second it as well. speaking of which, i still really need to buy the remote part.
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Yeah Yeah Yeahs have a song called "Maps" that is incredible--the album is good too.
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They're already getting there here. I wanted to see them at T in the Park last summer, but didn't because they conflicted with someone else. Now they're touring, but the tour sold out really quickly.
They're at this year's T. Already got my ticket
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