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Old 12-10-2009, 01:13 PM   #1731 (permalink)
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Default Looking for new bands to listen to.

I have become some what bored of the bands that i have as of right now. I have been looking for some good new bands for ahwile now, but with minimal success. Perhaps you guys might be able to help me out? Here is a list of bands that i listen to. Its an incomplete list but you get the picture.

3 Inches of Blood The Acacia Strain Adversary The Agony Scene All Out War All That Remains Amon Amarth Animosity As Blood Runs Black As I Lay Dying Asphyx Behemoth Beneath the Massacre Bile The Black Dahlia Murder Bloodbath Bloodsimple Born Of Osiris Cannibal Corpse Carcass Cattle Decapitation Chimaira Converge Corrosion of Conformity Death Despised Icon DevilDriver Disturbed Entombed Fit For an Autopsy Five Finger Death Punch Full Blown Chaos Gojira Gorerotted GWAR Hatebreed Immolation Impending Doom Incantation Iron Maiden It Dies Today Job for a Cowboy Killwhitneydead Knives Exchanging Hands Lamb of God Machine Head Mastodon Megadeth Meshuggah Metallica Morbid Angel Mudvayne Napalm Death Nile Oceano Pantera Pestilence Pro Pain Psyopus Puscifer The Red Chord Salt the Wound Sepultura Shadows Fall Six Feet Under Slayer Slipknot Soilwork Suffocation System of a Down Trivium Unearth Unsane War of Ages Whitechapel Within the Ruins Wolfmother Zao
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Old 12-10-2009, 01:15 PM   #1732 (permalink)
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Old 12-11-2009, 01:42 AM   #1733 (permalink)
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Hey I was seeing if anyone could help me out getting some cap'n jazz all i have been able to find is there Schmap album. Would be greatly appreciated

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Old 12-11-2009, 04:20 AM   #1734 (permalink)
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Default Need some music suggestions please

We are opening a (hopefully) cool little cafe in Airlie Beach (Australia). We see music as being a very strong way to differentiate ourselves from all the other restaurants in town.
So far we have identified Roy Ayers, Jill Scott, Stereo MC's, Erykah Badhu and some others as being the right sound for us. We also really like the new Paolo Nutini sound and some spoken word poetry.

Can anyone throw some names at me so I can go and listen and hopefully add to our cafe catalogue.

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Old 12-11-2009, 07:11 AM   #1735 (permalink)
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We are opening a (hopefully) cool little cafe in Airlie Beach (Australia). We see music as being a very strong way to differentiate ourselves from all the other restaurants in town.
So far we have identified Roy Ayers, Jill Scott, Stereo MC's, Erykah Badhu and some others as being the right sound for us. We also really like the new Paolo Nutini sound and some spoken word poetry.

Can anyone throw some names at me so I can go and listen and hopefully add to our cafe catalogue.

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Sade's Diamond Life and Thievery Corporation's the Mirror Conspiracy would probably be suitable. My Dad works in a wine bar, and he's borrowed those off me for that kinda purpose quite a bit, and they've always gone down pretty well. Buena Vista Social Club's self-titled album is always good for that kinda place as well.
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Old 12-15-2009, 11:09 AM   #1736 (permalink)
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Default What english speaking band is there that sounds like Kino(80s russian rock band)?

Hi there, I registered for this forum just to ask this one question.

I have been listening to this 80s russian rock band called Kino
(discovered via grand theft auto 4. Yeah, I'm video game geek) for like the last few days(I've been really enjoying their music on youtube) and the music sounds very familiar. I'm not saying that they ripped off some english speaking bands, but I think they were heavily influenced by some western band. It would be great if I could listen to this kind of music but in english.

Most of my limited musical knowledge is from the mid 90's and onward and the music I know of before that time period has to be have been played on the radio, or I'll have no knowledge of it.

So, my question is, what 80s english speaking has music similar to Kino? Also, if possible, please also specify the albums.

Here are 2 samples of Kino

Quiet night
at youtube dot com slash watch?v=HwEcbcXgVoc

Cucoo bird
at youtube dot com slash watch?v=ACKHcIMlEcM

Listen to both in their entirety, and I think you'll agree the songs sound very familiar.

Someone on youtube said I should listen to pink floyd, but from what I listened so far, the sounds are still very different. Another suggested I listen to Joy Division and I've listened to like maybe 4-5 of their songs, but I don't like it and I don't think they have the same style as Kino.
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Old 12-15-2009, 12:51 PM   #1737 (permalink)
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^^^ Not strictly the same but the first thing that comes to my mind is Human Tetris and Motorama, both bands have songs available for free downloading on their last.fm pages and really sound great. Check them out.
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Old 12-16-2009, 12:19 AM   #1738 (permalink)
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I'm familiar to few albums by the RHCP, but as I got deeper into the history of their evolution, and got to know the individual members, I got to John Frusciante's solo career, and I LOVED his debut album, like really diggin' the suff.

As I'm not much experienced with the RHCP discography and their style evolution with all the members changing, all I wanted to ask: which of their albums truly show the Frusciante style or vibe?
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Old 12-16-2009, 01:12 AM   #1739 (permalink)
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So I've been in this post-rock phase lately with bands like "Explosions In The Sky" and "Godspeed You! Black Emperor" any suggestions for some other stuff.

I wanna listen to some "65daysofstatic" but not sure where to start?
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Old 12-16-2009, 05:29 PM   #1740 (permalink)
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mogwai - happy songs for happy people
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