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Old 10-29-2005, 06:50 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Well to me, the only truely remarkable similaritys are between Thom Yorkes and Matt Bellamys vocal style, but you should check out The Bends, its a lot more guitar oriented and works better as a Hard Rock album, its a lot more upbeat than other Radiohead albums as well.
Thanks ill get it off amazon next time i get the chance
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Old 10-29-2005, 03:35 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Ive never really been a radiohead fan at all do you think that i should still check out Muse?
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Old 10-29-2005, 05:05 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Dream Theater is prog metal.
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Old 10-29-2005, 10:59 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Ive never really been a radiohead fan at all do you think that i should still check out Muse?
Sure, their music has a more mainstream appeal than Radiohead, i know a lot of people who love Muse but dont really like Radiohead.

Im a big fan of both myself.
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you cant forget the moody blues either, if you consider them progressive i guess
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I was disappointed to come on here and see a thread about Prog Metal and then see people talking about freaking Radiohead. I agree with JP that Dream Theater is Prog Metal, as well as their side projects, Jelly Jam and Liquid Tention Experiment. I would also include Queensryche as well.
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I was disappointed to come on here and see a thread about Prog Metal and then see people talking about freaking Radiohead. I agree with JP that Dream Theater is Prog Metal, as well as their side projects, Jelly Jam and Liquid Tention Experiment. I would also include Queensryche as well.
i agree, and i definetely dont consider muse progressive at all
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dream Theater is most definetly progressive....not rodiohead for sure...and i downloaded a few muse songs and they were for one, not good, and for two, not progressive.....Im not a huge fan of Dream Theater but i like a lot of prog bands along more or less the same genre
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i agree, and i definetely dont consider muse progressive at all
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dream Theater is most definetly progressive....not rodiohead for sure...and i downloaded a few muse songs and they were for one, not good, and for two, not progressive.....Im not a huge fan of Dream Theater but i like a lot of prog bands along more or less the same genre
Radiohead are boarderline prog, like Pink Floyd they are prog when they want to be, among their influences were The Beatles, Jeff Buckley, Talking Heads, U2, The Smiths and Nirvana, but they have also listed Pink Floyd, Queen, King Crimson, Roxy Music and Can as influences as well. Their first 2 albums were straight up alternative rock, Pablo Honey had no real progressive ellements at all, and The Bends only had a fiew, however OK Computer, Kid A and Amnesiac all have heavy progressive ellements, i would classify them all as prog albums.
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