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Old 10-15-2005, 11:33 AM   #46
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new british wave of heavy metal?


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i wouldnt consider Travis a guilty pleasure, they kick ass!
which particular travis songs 'kick ass' then??
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Dido
Katie Melua.
all those other slushy female artists.
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Madonna
Robbie Williams
Dido
System of a Down
Deftones

I don't consider them guilty pleasures, but I bet you do
Actually, no, I don't.

Madonna is one of the most gifted performers, though I won't say vocalists, in the history of pop music.

Ditto for Robbie Williams, though he has the vocal chops of George Michael and a wicked sense of humor to back it up.

Dido has a gorgeous voice, and her songwriting is varied and mature enough to avoid cliche.

System of a Down are quasi-Dadaist crazy metal... what's to be ashamed of there? They're brilliant, and the sole truly good band of the embarrassment that was nu-metal.

Deftones I'm not all that thrilled about, but I don't dislike them either.
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which particular travis songs 'kick ass' then??
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Old 10-15-2005, 07:37 PM   #55
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thank you thank you thank you! I am trying to decide what to load in another cd magazine and I haven't heard SG in a long time! Thanks!
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Comparing with my friends, probably... Oasis and Coldplay
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I don't care what people say about it - that 'No Good Advice' song was one of the best pop tracks i've heard in years.
I heard Sound of the Underground online last year and I was hooked. NGA, Jump and I'll Stand By You are my faves. The new one, Biology, sounds pretty cool, too. I only heard a snip of it so far though. I'd love to get ahold of either of their albums!
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well UnforgettableLemon, it's nice to see you don't dislike them, I'm specially in love with Deftones, Chino Moreno's voice is amazing
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pet shop boys are quite good , actually
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