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Old 09-02-2011, 09:33 PM   #2881 (permalink)
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Is there anything out there that is really similar to Toy Box, like besides Aqua? I really like the sound of it, but the stuff I'm directed to doesn't really hit it for me, maybe I'm just looking in the wrong places with the groups I find tho I spose.
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Old 09-03-2011, 10:05 PM   #2882 (permalink)
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I have yet again... another vague request. At the moment, I'm looking for an album (preferably rock, folk, hip hop, or experimental), but I would really like it to sound unique and completely new... Something I haven't heard before (or perhaps anyone else for that matter). Maybe I'm asking for too much, but... eh.

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Old 09-11-2011, 07:48 AM   #2883 (permalink)
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I have yet again... another vague request. At the moment, I'm looking for an album (preferably rock)
Try Screaming Females - Castle Talk

Also can anyone recommend some industrial music?
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Old 09-11-2011, 06:51 PM   #2884 (permalink)
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Hey all how are you im new to this but i am actually looking for suggestions or just some songs that i may not of thought of . Looking for older later 80s through to today that are great to hear when your aat a party even better to dance to ranging from reggaton hip hop olld school club (lil suzy, stevie b , jhonny o etc.. For those who don't know any thing about it lo )soca , dancehall or whatever just has that sound it, that no matter what your doing or where your at or what kind of mood your in it all goes away and you just have to dance and smile maybe even get hyped up to just hit the town ..i appreciate all suggestions .. Thanks hmu
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Old 09-12-2011, 02:51 AM   #2885 (permalink)
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Try Screaming Females - Castle Talk

Also can anyone recommend some industrial music?
You like martial industrial at all? If so, a) we're on the same page and b) check out Rome and Barbarossa Umtrunk for a laugh.

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I have yet again... another vague request. At the moment, I'm looking for an album (preferably rock, folk, hip hop, or experimental), but I would really like it to sound unique and completely new... Something I haven't heard before (or perhaps anyone else for that matter). Maybe I'm asking for too much, but... eh.
If any of these tunes sound interesting, just PM me or something. If I'm around, I'll get you some linksies...







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Old 09-12-2011, 04:34 PM   #2886 (permalink)
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^ Thanks... I'm already a fan of Arthur Russell and Slapp Happy, though... However, I enjoyed the third video, and I plan on looking into his music when I get the chance (the first one just sounds like a modern day rip-off of The Beatles... sorry).


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Sure, it's decent punk rock, but it's not anything I haven't heard before... I was looking for something unique, new, and/or innovative.


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Can't go wrong with some of the old acts... Cabaret Voltaire, Einsturzende Neubauten, Swans, SPK, Throbbing Gristle, and Nurse with Wound are all fantastic bands. That's pretty much the only industrial music that I care to listen to besides an occasional listen to Foetus (one of JG Thirlwell's projects) and Flux Information Sciences (a recent industrial rock group whose sound is very similar to that of Swans' music).

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Old 09-12-2011, 06:47 PM   #2887 (permalink)
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So, I used to play Fallout 3 a lot and grew to like the 40s music they played. Like "I Dont Want To Set The World On Fire" and "Butcher Pete." Does anyone know any good albums from this era?
I know the feeling, went for quite a few of The Ink Spot's tracks after venturing through the Wastes.
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Old 09-13-2011, 03:07 AM   #2888 (permalink)
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I'm currently listening to Adele's BEAUTIFUL songs:

1. Someone Like You
2. Rolling in the Deep
3. Make You Feel My Love

These are great, great songs. Poetic and pleasing to the ears aren't to describe their beauty! By the way, I usually download them through Fast-Debrid.Com since I hardly have any problem using this downloading website!
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Old 09-13-2011, 03:42 AM   #2889 (permalink)
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^ Thanks... I'm already a fan of Arthur Russell and Slapp Happy, though... However, I enjoyed the third video, and I plan on looking into his music when I get the chance (the first one just sounds like a modern day rip-off of The Beatles... sorry).
No worries, I've seen them get called far worse than that

In completely different ways to the videos I showed you back there,David Sylvian's Blemish, Fantomas' Delirium Cordia, the Protagonist's Songs Of Experience and Goldie's Saturnzreturn are all worth a listen too if you've not come across them already. A little sample from each for ya;


David Sylvian : Late Night Shopping - YouTube

Fantomas - Delirium Cordia - YouTube

[1/2] Goldie - Dragonfly - YouTube

The Protagonist - The Sick Rose. - YouTube
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Nice... I've been meaning to look into David Sylvian's solo work after I listened to Nine Horses' album, Snow Borne Sorrow. So, I'm sure that Blemish will be a fitting starting point for me. Thanks...
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