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Old 07-20-2008, 07:05 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Believe mister. They made good music. I have their debut, the 'Peppers' rip off, and a greatest hits.
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Old 07-20-2008, 12:39 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Luke I know you like Mogwai, so by that you will also like 65daysofstatic. They are quite similar but both are still unique enough.
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Old 07-20-2008, 12:50 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I'll be on that then.

This thread should be in General Music...
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Old 07-20-2008, 01:05 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Yeah I will shift it I think.
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Old 07-20-2008, 01:58 PM   #25 (permalink)
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The Smiths/Moz
PJ Harvey
David Bowie
Bjork
The White Stripes
Eels
Tom Waits
Sonic Youth
Pixies
The Clash
Radiohead
Bad Brains
Wu-Tang Clan
Aphex Twin
Mastodon
The Cure
Melt-Banana
Pavement
A Tribe Called Quest
Muse
Public Enemy
DJ Shadow
Manic Street Preachers
Toots and the Maytals
Lightning Bolt
The Smiths - ew, hugely overrated
PJ Harvey - pretty cool girl, I like a few records
David Bowie - huge fan of course
Bjork - she's okay
The White Stripes - huge bore. Very overrated these days.
Eels - I like "Electro-Shock Blues" a lot
Tom Waits - love Swordfishtrombones and Rain Dogs, of course
Sonic Youth - pretty good band, although Daydream Nation is hugely overrated
Pixies - very overrated, but they're decent.
The Clash - hate them. Horribly overrated, nothing special to me.
Radiohead - can't stand them
Bad Brains - Rock for Light! Good group
Wu-Tang Clan - don't listen to them anymore, but they're fine
Aphex Twin - decent
Mastodon - yuck!!!
The Cure - great group
Melt-Banana - pretty good group!
Pavement - overrated but enjoyable.
A Tribe Called Quest - used to love them, haven't listened in a while
Muse - Not too bad, but I'd never listen by choice.
Public Enemy - indifferent
DJ Shadow - great. Endtroducing is incredible.
Manic Street Preachers - Never listened
Toots and the Maytals - Some very good stuff.
Lightning Bolt - Decent!

According to Last.fm:

David Bowie
Brian Eno
Wire
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band
The Rolling Stones
The Velvet Underground
T. Rex
Minutemen
Ludwig van Beethoven
New York Dolls
Roxy Music
Brett Smiley
Talking Heads
Frank Zappa
Cockney Rebel
Hüsker Dü
The Cars
The Stooges
This Heat
The Kinks
Can
The Soft Boys
The Feelies
Pere Ubu
Boredoms
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Old 07-20-2008, 02:41 PM   #26 (permalink)
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The Smiths - ew, hugely overrated
PJ Harvey - pretty cool girl, I like a few records
David Bowie - huge fan of course
Bjork - she's okay
The White Stripes - huge bore. Very overrated these days.
Eels - I like "Electro-Shock Blues" a lot
Tom Waits - love Swordfishtrombones and Rain Dogs, of course
Sonic Youth - pretty good band, although Daydream Nation is hugely overrated
Pixies - very overrated, but they're decent.
The Clash - hate them. Horribly overrated, nothing special to me.
Radiohead - can't stand them
Bad Brains - Rock for Light! Good group
Wu-Tang Clan - don't listen to them anymore, but they're fine
Aphex Twin - decent
Mastodon - yuck!!!
The Cure - great group
Melt-Banana - pretty good group!
Pavement - overrated but enjoyable.
A Tribe Called Quest - used to love them, haven't listened in a while
Muse - Not too bad, but I'd never listen by choice.
Public Enemy - indifferent
DJ Shadow - great. Endtroducing is incredible.
Manic Street Preachers - Never listened
Toots and the Maytals - Some very good stuff.
Lightning Bolt - Decent!

According to Last.fm:

David Bowie
Brian Eno
Wire
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band
The Rolling Stones
The Velvet Underground
T. Rex
Minutemen
Ludwig van Beethoven
New York Dolls
Roxy Music
Brett Smiley
Talking Heads
Frank Zappa
Cockney Rebel
Hüsker Dü
The Cars
The Stooges
This Heat
The Kinks
Can
The Soft Boys
The Feelies
Pere Ubu
Boredoms
David Bowie - grossly overrated + i find the music to be poor in quality
Brian Eno - enjoy several of his albums, esp. music for airports
Wire - admirable band, grew up listening to pink flag
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band - impacted my musical world more than any other artist
The Rolling Stones - decent rock band that i slightly prefer over the beatles
The Velvet Underground - debut and white light/white heat are great but self-titled and loaded are ****
T. Rex - prefer tyrannosaurus rex over just t. rex
Minutemen - great band but i prefer hüsker dü over them slightly
Ludwig van Beethoven - who the **** is that?
New York Dolls - greatness
Roxy Music - enjoyed their self-titled, but everything else seemed weak and/or fake
Brett Smiley - the little i've heard from him is disappointing
Talking Heads - enjoyable group, liked 77 and remain in light a lot
Frank Zappa - genius, weasels ripped my flesh, burnt weeny sandwich, and absolutely free are godly
****ney Rebel - average, although i do like the song tumbling down off of psychomodo
Hüsker Dü - grand band, everything falls apart > zen arcade/new day rising
The Cars - some listenable pop music
The Stooges - the greatness that the doors failed to be
This Heat - incredible band; self-titled is MUCH better than deceit
The Kinks - i've got a place in my heart for the kinks, face to face = best album
Can - good band, 'nuff said
The Soft Boys - another band i grew up with, old pervert is a classic song
The Feelies - great band with one of the greatest drummers of all time
Pere Ubu - incredible.
Boredoms - this here is some good noise, pop tatari = best album

according to last.fm:

25. crash worship
24. lubricated goat
23. sunny day real estate
22. ramones
21. the red crayola
20. squirrel bait
19. flipper
18. scratch acid
17. royal trux
16. trumans water
15. the birthday party
14. butt
13. the shaggs
12. limp bizkit
11. captain beefheart
10. cypress hill
9. butthole surfers
8. big black
7. nirvana
6. pere ubu
5. milan knizak
4. the west coast pop art experimental band
3. slint
2. godz
1. frank zappa
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Old 07-20-2008, 03:46 PM   #27 (permalink)
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my review is pointless since I don't know half of them so sorry

25. crash worship - impartial
24. lubricated goat - never heard but the name leaves a nice taste
23. sunny day real estate - one of my favourite bands ever
22. ramones - I could never get past two songs.
21. the red crayola - meh
20. squirrel bait - who...
19. flipper - who...
18. scratch acid - who...
17. royal trux - who...
16. trumans water - who...
15. the birthday party - I'm glad he got past this phase.
14. butt - off
13. the shaggs - annoying
12. limp bizkit - lol
11. captain beefheart - weird but fairly enjoyable
10. cypress hill - lol
9. butthole surfers - I despise =(
8. big black - who...
7. nirvana - meh I don't hate them I just feel as if I don't need them at all
6. pere ubu - who...
5. milan knizak - who...
4. the west coast pop art experimental band - the east coast band is better
3. slint - I like to a degree.
2. godz - who...
1. frank zappa - genius


Broken Social Scene
Maps & Atlases
Q-Tip
Beck
Mogwai
King Crimson
Black Moth Super Rainbow
PJ Harvey
Kidcrash
Modest Mouse
Envy
Carissa's Wierd
MF DOOM
Boredoms
Syd Barrett
A Tribe Called Quest
The Brand New Heavies
Frank Zappa
The Pharcyde
Joan of Arc
Earlimart
KRS-One
Boogie Down Productions
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Old 07-20-2008, 04:25 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Urban I think you hate almost all my favorite artists.

Here's the top 25 most played bands this month from my I-player.
How many do you hate? Like?


Van Morrison
Led Zeppelin
Allman Brothers
Ben Harper
Elvis Costello
The Clash
Bob Dylan
The Beatles

Pink Floyd
Beck
Velvet Underground

The Who
The Yardbirds
311
Jimi Hendrix (Experience)
Ben Folds (Five)
Queen
Eric Clapton\Cream\D&D\BF etc)
Incubus
Jack Johnson

Otis Redding
Rage Against The Machine
Stevie Wonder

Weezer
Bob Marley (Wailers)
ones in bold I like ones in italics i hate

the rest I am indifferent to
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Old 07-20-2008, 04:58 PM   #29 (permalink)
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ones in bold I like ones in italics i hate

the rest I am indifferent to
The idea is to comment on the poster directly above you and post your own 25.
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Old 07-21-2008, 12:55 AM   #30 (permalink)
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Broken Social Scene- I just started listening to them a week ago, and so far I like what I hear.

Maps & Atlases-Haven't heard of them

Q-Tip-I've only own Amplified (so far) and I rather like it.

Beck-One of my favorite artists

Mogwai-I haven't gotten around to listening to them yet, but I shall soon.

King Crimson- I've only heard In the Court of the Crimson King. I love it, and I need to hear more

Black Moth Super Rainbow - Haven't heard of

PJ Harvey - My second favorite female singer

Kidcrash - Haven't heard of

Modest Mouse - I love their albums

Envy - Haven't heard of

Carissa's Wierd - I need to listen to them at some point

MF DOOM- Same as above

Boredoms - I've only heard Vision Creation Newsun, and I like it.

Syd Barrett - Great

A Tribe Called Quest - My favorite hip-hop group

The Brand New Heavies- Haven't heard of

Frank Zappa - Musical perfection

The Pharcyde - haven't heard yet

Joan of Arc - I like them, but only to an extent

Earlimart - Haven't heard of

KRS-One - I like what I've heard

Boogie Down Productions-One of my favorite rap groups


I've only heard about half of them, but I like nearly all of them.

Here's my 25 most played this month.


Ennio Morricone
Magnetic Fields
Pink Floyd
The Beatles
Depeche Mode
Bernard Herrmann
Miles Davis
MC Hawking
Flight of the Conchords
13th Floor Elevators
999
Aesop Rock
Peter Gabriel
Jerry Lee Lewis
Johnny Cash
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Led Zeppelin
The Kinks
Aphex Twin
A Tribe Called Quest
Spoon
LCD Soundsystem
Patti Smith
Frank Zappa
Joy Division
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