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madmat said:I've been playing Kings X "Faith Hope Love" in my car quite a bit lately...They've got a nice chunky sound and the harmonies between the voices are pretty good.
robby said:Listening to "the getaway plan" by Funeral for a friend now, sounds good, the music reminds me of BoySetsFire, the vocals are syruppy metal melody. Good stuff.
madmat said:I'm on their site now listening to the teaser track, it sounds pretty good but the MP3 quality is pretty low...it'd be nice if they let you choose the bitrate to suit your connection speed.One of these day's I'm going to get AudioSlave's album, I like what I've heard of it but then I was always a fam of Soundgarden and they deffinitly carry on with that "huge" sound.
Shorty said:Look up:JuneauEscape Artists Never DieShe Drove Me to Daytime TVRed is The New BlackThey are the stand-out tracks on "Casually dressed" :)
robby said:I'm setting myself up for all the poseur jokes, but do you like Thrice?
Shorty said:The audioslave album is great :)In a way it's quite Rage style.. but Chris Cornell takes it to a different place. Well worth grabbing for the car :cool: top driving music!
robby said:You should check out the song Zach did with DJ Shadow, March of death http://www.killradio.org/proginfo.php?id=61
Shorty said:Never heard of them :o but will look them up when Im back @ home later on :)What kind of style and genre (for lack of a better word) ?
Virtues of Evil said:I'm currently listening to The Eagles - Hotel California (Acoustic).Simply pwnji. :vimp:
madmat said:I've never heard Galactic Cowboys, I tend to listen to pretty hardcore types of music.I'm a big fan of speed metal but I do like some odd stuff as well; Primus, TheBLOODHOUNDGANG, Scatterbrain, Trans Siberian Orchestra are all a few examples.I am also a big fan of classical music performed by heavy metal bands.
madmat said:robby, not bad at all, nice link.
madmat said:I saw Primus in concert back when Oakland was burning and they rocked the house.I had an opportunity to go party with them after the show (the guy I went to the concert with worked with Les back in his humble beginings days) but when we got back to our ride we found it had been broken into and my friends $250 leather jacket had been stolen as was the leather jacket of his g/f at that time so they got pissed and decided to just go home. I really would have enjoyed partying with them...they (Primus) went to the concert in a old station wagon, crazy guys
TheBaron said:Damien Rice - The Blower's Daughterthe stuff from this guy is soooooo mellow, it calms me down. i think i remember reading he's from ireland or somewhere, i swear you brits are closer to all the good music (like muse... omg omg omg)
robby said:If you like Damien rice, check out Elliot Smith.
croc_ said:RIP Elliot Smith. I have all of his albums, good stuff.
hitokiri said:hmm, my current playlist is composed of mainly:Thrice (ID, TIS, TAITA | they kick ass. period.), coheed and cambria, brand new (deja entendu), AFI, a static lullaby, my chemical romance, bad religion, thursday, avenged sevenfold, finch, green day, story of the year, nirvana... etc.I highly recommend Thrice, bad religion, a static lullaby, and afi to everyone. :)
robby said:CURSIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!! Shorty and PrimeSuspect, you will both LOVE this band!!!!!!!!1
mmonnin said:Disturbed - Down with the Sickness!!!!
Drowning deep in my sea of loathingBroken your servant I kneel(Will you give it to me?)It seems what's left of my human sideIs slowly changing ... in me(Will you give it to me?) Looking at my own reflectionWhen suddenly it changesViolently it changesOh no, There is no turning back nowYou've woken up the demon ... in me Get up, come on get down with the sicknessGet up, come on get down with the sicknessGet up, come on get down with the sickness
Buddy Jesus said:I'm listening to Against Me!, Dizzee Rascal, The Postal Service, Yo La Tengo, Dub Narcotic Sound System, Pavement, Coheed and Cambria, and The Jonh Wilked Kissing Booth (check them out at www.jwkb.com).
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