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Old 03-29-2009, 09:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Help Finding New Bands + PLUS list of bands i listen to

Hmmm im just some 15 year old kid looking for some new bands to listen to here is a list of bands i am into, most of it is punk or post punk ( btw don't mention Echo and The Bunnymen because I am not a fan ( can't see why crocodile is so great ) ). Each of these Bands I have atleast 1 album by and some I have their discographies, I could use some new music so any help is appreciated.


Black Sabbath, Iggy pop, Ac Dc, Metallica, Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, The stooges, Nirvana, yeah yeah yeahs, Ramones, , CCR, Black FLag, The Germs, The Wipers, dead kennydys, the breeders, the pixies, husker du, b-52s, t.v on the radio, the, Buzz****s, the sonics, talking heads, The clash, Circle Jerks, , Misfits, BaD bRaInS, Undertones, Johnny Cash, Adolescents, AGENT ORANGE, MInute MEN, Raincoats, Shonen knife, KLEENEX, LiLiPUT, Karen-O, deerhoof, daniel johnston, Jad fair, The Frogs, Butthole Surfers, THE CURE, L7, The Hives, Gorilla Biscuits, THE frogs, THE SLITS,
the melvins, Siouxsie And The Banshees, young marble giants, Minor Threat, Sex Pistols, X ray spex, Sham 69, Pj Harvey, Deep Purple, Captain Beefheart, Wolf Parade, big black, huggy bear, Le Tigre, Teenage Jesus and The Jerks, M.D.C, The Execute, Absentees, swell maps, the fall, soldier dolls, the real kids, the red crayola, public image LTD, pitboss 2000, JFA, funeral oration, FOOT VILLAGE, Fear, DVI, Deerhunter, coven, Crass, bush tetras, the au pairs, wire, tales of terror, SICK PLEasure, MDC, SCRATCH ACID, Code of Honour, Cult figures, d.o.a, Bratmobile, The Birthday Party, The Moldy Peaches, Joanna Newsom, The Stranglers, Mo-Dettes, Chron Gen, Saccharine Trust, Sonic Youth, Joy Division, Marine Girls, Gastunk, Radio birdman, Three Headcoats, sonic youth, the ventures, nuclear saturday, 4 Skins, The Who,GBH
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Old 03-29-2009, 09:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The Membranes, Acid Mothers Temple, Magma, Ruins, Scientist, Fela Kuit, Hound Dog Taylor, Magic Sam, A Tribe Called Quest, Ornette Coleman, Dog Faced Hermans, The Roots, Black Uhuru, Tom Waits, Massacre, John Zorn, Bill Laswell, Foetus, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, The Cows, Boredoms, Parliament, Stanley Clarke, Billy Cobham, Tangerine Dream (start with early work), Alternative TV, Frightwig, The Contortions, Swans, The Pop Group, Redd Kross, Big Star, Can, Amon Duul II, Tom Waits, Willy DeVille, Sun Ra, Moondog. . . . etc, etc.

This is just off the top of my head, others will tell you better than this.
Also Lou Reed, David Bowie, and Mike Patton.
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I have a few Swans albums, also what genre of music is most of this? Currently i'm craving some garage rock
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Old 03-30-2009, 07:26 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I have a few Swans albums, also what genre of music is most of this? Currently i'm craving some garage rock
The Sonics
Radio Birdman
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Old 03-30-2009, 04:49 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Radio Birdman
Already listen to those bands, I also love DMZ which was heavily influenced by the Sonics (imagine the sonics mixed with mid 70s british punk), also I like The Monks alot ( the german garage band not the english pop-punk band (they both have the same name ) ITS Black Monk TIME . I also am into the three head coats and the scientists hmmm , now that I think about it i think I have had my fix of garage rock for a lil while ( although any suggestions would be appreciated ). Any idea's for bands similar to the stooges (other than MC5)?
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I don't think I saw these on your list there, but here are a few garage/punk albums off the top of my head that may interest you;

The Celibate Rifles - Sideroxylon
The Saints - (I'm) Stranded
Alternative TV - The Image Has Cracked
Richard Hell & the Voidoids - Blank Generation
Johnny Thunders & the Heartbreakes - LAMF
Cyndi Lauper - She's So Unusual (joke)
The Adverts - Cast Of Thousands
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I don't think I saw these on your list there, but here are a few garage/punk albums off the top of my head that may interest you;

The Celibate Rifles - Sideroxylon
The Saints - (I'm) Stranded
Alternative TV - The Image Has Cracked
Richard Hell & the Voidoids - Blank Generation
Johnny Thunders & the Heartbreakes - LAMF
Cyndi Lauper - She's So Unusual (joke)
The Adverts - Cast Of Thousands
"Cyndi Lauper - She's So Unusual" i unno if my fragile mind can handle such aggressive music, I asked my priest and he disapproved so you can take your blasphemy some where else :P ( Btw thanks )
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Old 03-31-2009, 12:55 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Already listen to those bands, I also love DMZ which was heavily influenced by the Sonics (imagine the sonics mixed with mid 70s british punk), also I like The Monks alot ( the german garage band not the english pop-punk band (they both have the same name ) ITS Black Monk TIME . I also am into the three head coats and the scientists hmmm , now that I think about it i think I have had my fix of garage rock for a lil while ( although any suggestions would be appreciated ). Any idea's for bands similar to the stooges (other than MC5)?
Similar to Stooges:
The Nervous Eaters (start with "Loretta", "Just Head", "Get Stuffed")
The Modern Lovers (start with "Roadrunner", "She Cracked", "I'm Straight")

Good Garage:
Lyres ("She Pays the Rent", "I Want to Help You Ann", "We Sell Soul")
The Dogmatics ("Thayer St.", "Sister Serena", "****housed")

Other bands you may be interested in; you seem to have the same tastes as I did around senior year:

X ("Adult Books", "We're Desperate", "The Once Over Twice")
Vivian Girls ("Never See Me Again", "No", "Lake House")
The Replacements ("I Will Dare", "Unsatisfied", "Left of the Dial")
Times New Viking ("Teenage Lust!", "RIP Allegory", "Call and Respond")
Richard Hell and the Voidoids ("The Kid With The Replaceable Head", "Love Comes In Spurts", "Time")
Television ("Entire 'Marquee Moon' album)

Theres some stuff I listened to when I was first really expanding my music tastes combined with some stuff I listen to now that I'm sure 17 year old me would appreciate.
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Similar to Stooges:
The Nervous Eaters (start with "Loretta", "Just Head", "Get Stuffed")
The Modern Lovers (start with "Roadrunner", "She Cracked", "I'm Straight")

Good Garage:
Lyres ("She Pays the Rent", "I Want to Help You Ann", "We Sell Soul")
The Dogmatics ("Thayer St.", "Sister Serena", "****housed")

Other bands you may be interested in; you seem to have the same tastes as I did around senior year:

X ("Adult Books", "We're Desperate", "The Once Over Twice")
Vivian Girls ("Never See Me Again", "No", "Lake House")
The Replacements ("I Will Dare", "Unsatisfied", "Left of the Dial")
Times New Viking ("Teenage Lust!", "RIP Allegory", "Call and Respond")
Richard Hell and the Voidoids ("The Kid With The Replaceable Head", "Love Comes In Spurts", "Time")
Television ("Entire 'Marquee Moon' album)

Theres some stuff I listened to when I was first really expanding my music tastes combined with some stuff I listen to now that I'm sure 17 year old me would appreciate.
Thank you very much for your input, I really enjoyed The Dogmatics albums (where the songs were off of) you recommended, I already listened to the Replacements and Television (sorry for the incomplete list) and I plan on looking up the other bands you mentioned.
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Old 04-04-2009, 09:56 PM   #10 (permalink)
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The descendents <3 - William Elliot Whitmore - The distillers. Cant go wrong with those three. I would list a ton more, but im drunk and tired.
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