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Old 03-25-2009, 03:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello everyone. Awesome website. I'm embarrassed to have taken this long to find it.
I'm Cathy. It's been said too many times, I know, but I love a variety of music and no, I don't mean 'variety' as in your typical mainstream radio stations who play a "variety" of music. I mean musicians with dynamic perspective, knowledge and creativity - you know, the ones that challenge the way you think or opens up another part of you that you've never experienced, leaving you to feel one of the few most stellar experiences any human can ever have.

More specifically, I dig on (in no significant order) Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, Tin Hat Trio, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, Gojira, Bad Religion, King Crimsom, Tool, Tomahawk, Mr. Bungle, Faith No More, Russian Circles, Pelican, Dysrythmia, Talking Heads, Behold the Arctopus, O'Death, Dead Meadow, Lovage, Clutch, Between the Buried and Me, Sage Francis, Maserati, Grails, Immortal Technique, Gustav Mahler, Beethoven, Atmosphere, Modest Mouse, Opeth, The Roots, Andrew Bird, Charlie Hunter Trio, Garage a Trois, Beastie Boys, CAN, The Doors, The Pink Floyd, Explosions in the Sky, Flogging Molly, Intronaut, Mastodon, Jerry Cantrell, Jimi Hendrix, Kronos Quartet, Apocalyptica, Meat Puppets, The Misfits, Dead Kennedys, NoFX, Porcupine Tree, Gabriel Faure, Tom Waits, Ween, Acid Mother's Temple, The Beatles, This Will Destroy You, Mogwai, Red Sparrows, Fantomas ... Just to name ... Um, a few. Sorry, I got carried away. Thanks for reading, if you got this far. Ha!
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I think its safe to say you'll find a number of people here with similar music tastes given some of the stuff you have listed. Im digging the post-rock stuff, Clutch and Acid Mothers Temple

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I think its safe to say you'll find a number of people here with similar music tastes given some of the stuff you have listed. Im digging the post-rock stuff, Clutch and Acid Mothers Temple

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Interesting. You're the first non-american I've run into that likes Clutch. It seems like such a soundtrack for much of the American ways. I can't take a road trip without listening to Robot Hive/Exodus. It's one of the rare things that makes me proud to be an American.

As for Acid Mother's Temple - I've been recently introduced to them about a year ago and loved them from the beginning! I'm going to see them next month.

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More specifically, I dig on (in no significant order) Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, Tin Hat Trio, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, Gojira, Bad Religion, King Crimsom, Tool, Tomahawk, Mr. Bungle, Faith No More, Russian Circles, Pelican, Dysrythmia, Talking Heads, Behold the Arctopus, O'Death, Dead Meadow, Lovage, Clutch, Between the Buried and Me, Sage Francis, Maserati, Grails, Immortal Technique, Gustav Mahler, Beethoven, Atmosphere, Modest Mouse, Opeth, The Roots, Andrew Bird, Charlie Hunter Trio, Garage a Trois, Beastie Boys, CAN, The Doors, The Pink Floyd, Explosions in the Sky, Flogging Molly, Intronaut, Mastodon, Jerry Cantrell, Jimi Hendrix, Kronos Quartet, Apocalyptica, Meat Puppets, The Misfits, Dead Kennedys, NoFX, Porcupine Tree, Gabriel Faure, Tom Waits, Ween, Acid Mother's Temple, The Beatles, This Will Destroy You, Mogwai, Red Sparrows, Fantomas ... Just to name ... Um, a few. Sorry, I got carried away. Thanks for reading, if you got this far. Ha!
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Interesting. You're the first non-american I've run into that likes Clutch. It seems like such a soundtrack for much of the American ways. I can't take a road trip without listening to Robot Hive/Exodus. It's one of the rare things that makes me proud to be an American.

As for Acid Mother's Temple - I've been recently introduced to them about a year ago and loved them from the beginning! I'm going to see them next month.

Thanks for the reply.
A lot of my friends like Clutch. Some of them went to see them play with Corrosion of Conformity and Stinking Lizaveta a few years back in Scotland which I am still ultra jealous of to this day.

I have never seen Acid Mothers Temple but I would love to. Have a quick look here if you havent already! Internet Archive: Acid Mothers Temple
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