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Old 05-21-2003, 04:05 PM   #21
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chizip, u2 has been around since the end of the 70s.
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The Music are good but the singer horrifies me.
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a bit too geddy lee for me.
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Old 05-21-2003, 07:29 PM   #24
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I just discovered that the only artists that I have in my music collection that were NOT around prior to 1995 are Foo Fighters, Vertical Horizon, and Coldplay. I guess that tells you what I think of the state of the music industry and new artist.

Still, I think there are probably some great artists out there that are brand new that I simply have not got a real good look at. I think Audio Slave is definitely something I should check out.
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Old 05-21-2003, 07:33 PM   #25
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I have bought plenty of music since 1995, but its all by artists who released albums before 1995(some of the albums old, some of them brand new, released this year or last year), with the exception of Verticle Horizon, Coldplay, and Foo Fighters.
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I already mentioned Sigur Ros you morons......!!!

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a bit too geddy lee for me.
Methinks someone read my review of the Music... am I closer to the light from the Great White North Old Balls McCone?

PS- the verdict from tonight... it's a draw. The Music needs more material behind them in order for them to be considered a huge act... an album of ten songs, with relatively few b-sides doesn't match up well against some of the other arena acts.

Check my journal later, if you want to hear more post-concert crap
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Dont know much about music now a days, but the band White Stripes is really special.
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i also just recently heard a song by a group called ok go (mediocre people do exceptional things all the time). it was very impressive. another new song i liked was from a band called the raveonettes, another boy/girl duo, this time from scandanavia.
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chizip, u2 has been around since the end of the 70s.
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i also just recently heard a song by a group called ok go (mediocre people do exceptional things all the time). it was very impressive. another new song i liked was from a band called the raveonettes, another boy/girl duo, this time from scandanavia.
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I agree with that... didn't enjoy any of the radio play I've heard of them so far.
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Old 05-23-2003, 11:47 PM   #34
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white stripes have been around for a long time
just getting popular

audioslave would not even enter the top 10 of the best new bands...the 90's recycled

Sigur Ros
Broken Social Scene
Goldfrapp
Postal Service
Manitoba

these are the bands that are thinking unique and which will influence the future

I liked how pitchfork described Sigur Ros

"not post-rock...pre - whatever comes in the 21st century"
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Avril Lavigne...

just kidding!



for me... Coldplay, Sigur Ros, etc.
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all these new bands suck its a shame. is rock&roll dead?
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all these new bands suck its a shame. is rock&roll dead?
Rock is dead they say,
Long Live Rock.

They've been saying that since the late seventies. Maybe you need to re-evaluate your definition of Rock. There are a lot of great bands out there, who may not have a Zeppelin type cataloge, but maybe someday they might fit into that pantheon. It's been a long lonely, lonely, lonely time my friend, but Rock ain't dead.

Good Day. I say Good Day.
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i cant heare you. i said woman... way down inside you..... need it ..lovvvvvvvvvvvve. ill keep it cool baby.


there are no definite rock bands any more. 70 was zep, 80s was u2 .2000 is?
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