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Old 11-20-2009, 06:51 AM   #1671 (permalink)
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So I DLed the Tom Waits Comp on the "Beginners Guide to..." Thread. I must say Im loving it. A few favs:

Blind Love
Downtown Train
Black Wings
Ol' 55
Goin' Down Slow
Time

So Im sure there will be quite a few differences in opinions as to where to start, but oh well.

What albums first MB?
I'm not exactly an expert. Mule Variations, Bone Machine and Heart Of a Saturday Night are my current favourites though, so I guess you can't really go wrong grabbing them for yourself.
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Old 11-21-2009, 12:24 AM   #1672 (permalink)
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need some good drum n bass recommendations...what I have thus far...and correct me if I am wrong if one of these artists wouldn't fall underneath drum n bass. Chemical Brothers, Spor, Hive, Pendulum, The Bloody Beetroots, Deadmau5, Massive Attack (pretty sure theyre not DnB), and 65 Days of Static..thanks in advance!
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Old 11-21-2009, 04:16 AM   #1673 (permalink)
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need some good drum n bass recommendations...what I have thus far...and correct me if I am wrong if one of these artists wouldn't fall underneath drum n bass. Chemical Brothers, Spor, Hive, Pendulum, The Bloody Beetroots, Deadmau5, Massive Attack (pretty sure theyre not DnB), and 65 Days of Static..thanks in advance!
Don't think a lot of those would fall under d'n'b to be perfectly honest. Anyway, judging by those...

Lunatic Calm
Cirrus
Junkie XL
The Crystal Method (stay the hell away from their latest album though!)
Apollo 440
The Future Sound Of London (first 3 albums)
Goldie
A Guy Called Gerald
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Old 11-21-2009, 08:48 AM   #1674 (permalink)
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hey, can anyone recommend some good music for me?
i love george michael (yes, im lame, stfu... his songs "soul free" "cowboys and angels" "freedom 90" are still amazing)
calvin harris
60's rock n roll/ "pop"
2am club
the fray
kid cudi
lights
mika
the stills
robin thicke
nirvana

stuff like that?
actually, absolutely anything.. i love any type of music, except for country and hardcore scream metal. any classic songs, anyone?
Joy Division
The cribs
Bombay bicycle club
the cure
Alice In chains
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Old 11-22-2009, 03:06 PM   #1675 (permalink)
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hey, can anyone recommend some good music for me?
i love george michael (yes, im lame, stfu... his songs "soul free" "cowboys and angels" "freedom 90" are still amazing)
calvin harris
60's rock n roll/ "pop"
2am club
the fray
kid cudi
lights
mika
the stills
robin thicke
nirvana

stuff like that?
actually, absolutely anything.. i love any type of music, except for country and hardcore scream metal. any classic songs, anyone?
Soundgarden
Stone Temple Pilots
Alice In Chains
Pearl Jam although I dislike them.
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Melvins
Mudhoney
Temple Of The Dog
Tad
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Old 11-22-2009, 06:27 PM   #1676 (permalink)
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Listened to both these cd's this past week, and realized how much I really enjoyed both.





Both these cd's have a similar layout. They both are heavily based in hip hop, but half the songs on both discs are the groups branching out into other genre's like instrumental's, punk, even a choir song at the end of the Len CD. Both keep me riveted until the end just cause they're so eclectic I guess.

I just wanted to know if anyone could recommend some similar albums? It's not like nu-metal or rap and rock mixed, or straight up hip-hop like X-Ecutioners or something...its just cd's that are musically all over the place, with hip hop roots. If you've heard these you probably know what I mean. Thx to anyone that replies.
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Old 11-22-2009, 06:36 PM   #1677 (permalink)
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Listened to both these cd's this past week, and realized how much I really enjoyed both.





Both these cd's have a similar layout. They both are heavily based in hip hop, but half the songs on both discs are the groups branching out into other genre's like instrumental's, punk, even a choir song at the end of the Len CD. Both keep me riveted until the end just cause they're so eclectic I guess.

I just wanted to know if anyone could recommend some similar albums? It's not like nu-metal or rap and rock mixed, or straight up hip-hop like X-Ecutioners or something...its just cd's that are musically all over the place, with hip hop roots. If you've heard these you probably know what I mean. Thx to anyone that replies.
Have you heard:

Ozomatli
Freestylers
Casual Projects

Could be what you are looking for.
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Old 11-22-2009, 06:53 PM   #1678 (permalink)
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Have you heard:

Ozomatli
Freestylers
Casual Projects

Could be what you are looking for.
Yeah very true about the Freestylers. I used to really be into them a few years back (probably for the same reasons), but have sorta forgotten about them till now. Got a couple of their albums DL'd here somewhere, gonna put one on now ><

Gonna go check out those others as well, thx for the reply.
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Old 11-22-2009, 11:03 PM   #1679 (permalink)
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Ozamatli are actually pretty good! I saw them playing at WOMADELAIDE back when I was living in hometown Adelaide! They played a darn nice set with really awesome groove to it... I'm generally not into the musical space they occupy in the world, but they really moved me in this instance!
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Old 11-24-2009, 03:58 AM   #1680 (permalink)
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I'd quite like to get into a bit of Bowie and Cream.

Any songs/albums that are a must hear?

I've obviously heard Jean Genie, Space Oddity, Ziggy Stardust.
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