Music Suggestions

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by HAB, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. HAB

    HAB Chelsea from Seattle

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    Looking for some new music. What good stuff have you heard recently?

    Here's some of what I've been listening to:

    Face to Face
    The Explosion
    The Misfits
    Oxymoron
    Jerry Cantrell
    Bad Religion
    The Offspring
    Crystal Zoo
    Nirvana
    Billy Talent
    Pennywise
    Autopilot Off
    Kultur Shock
    System of a Down
    Soundgarden
    Audiovent
    Alice in Chains
    Goldfinger
    The Hollow Points
    Thrice
    Black Label Society
    Thursday
    Millencolin
    Seether
    Rage Against the Machine
     

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  2. PatBranch

    PatBranch Turbo Monkey

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  3. johnbryanpeters

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    Mia: Kala
     
  4. HAB

    HAB Chelsea from Seattle

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    The harmonica player for Clutch needs to put his middle finger away. :D


    The Clutch was pretty good. The others didn't really do it for me though.
     
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    the weakerthans
    pepper
    the expendables
     
  6. Potroast88

    Potroast88 YouTube Boy

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    I've been a Clutch fan for many years, but I have been on a major kick for the last month or so. They just make me wanna drive fast and punch people..
     
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    skinny mike Turbo Monkey

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    check out kings of leon and lucero, you might like those bands if you like clutch.
     
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    This is unrelated to the listed music, difficult to listen to, and may well be one of the best albums of last few years
     
  9. narlus

    narlus Eastcoast Softcore
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    i heard one song from MIA and it made me bite the heads off baby doves.
     
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    Potroast88 YouTube Boy

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    I like these guys, too...

     
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    PatBranch Turbo Monkey

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    ^ They are really good. I need to get one of their cd.
     
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    I see your music list and raise you mine. Test some out, see what you like.

    the adicts, against me!, agent orange, anti-flag, the aquabats, avenged sevenfold, bloodsimple, the bouncing souls, catch 22, evergreen terrace, faktion, finch, from autumn to ashes, funeral for a friend, the get up kids, good riddance, gym class heros, hed pe, HIM, the hold steady, justin sane, lagwagon, the lawrence arms, mad caddies, the misfits, necromantix, nofx, none more black, operation ivy, pennywise, pinback, protest the hero, shadows fall, the sounds, streetlight manifesto, strung out, sweatshop union, swollen members, thrice, thursday, tiger army, yesterdays rising, bad religion, social distortion, war of ages, quo vandis, all that remains, bless the fall, the confession, the devil wears prada, at the throne of judgement, a day to remember, august burns red, cky, destroy the runner, gwen stacy, i killed the prom queen, turbonegro, with blood comes cleansing, the number 12 looks like you, As cities burn, oh sleeper, pierce the veil

    Have you heard Thursday's new album?
     
  14. LeRoy

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    Let me drop a bit o' Canadiana on ya.
    I can attest to the fact that these are both great bands:
    wintersleep
    cuff the duke
    Check 'em out @ www.newmusiccanada.com
     
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    LeRoy Monkey

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    I also second the lucero nod given earlier.
     
  16. magic man

    magic man Chimp

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    I like your taste in music HAB. While I think I have a rather broad taste in music, here is a handful of what I have been listening to allot recently.

    Dethklok (Band from the show Metalocalypse and actually sounds great)
    The Primitives
    AC/DC (Shoot to Thrill is so motivating)
    Social Distortion
    Tiger Army
    Slayer
    Avenged Sevenfold
    Hank Williams Jr.
    Iced Earth
    Manowar
    Heart
    Gwar
    Fintroll
    Moonsorrow
    Nightwish
    Charon
    Cry Havoc
    Mokoma
    Danzig
    The Clash
    Blood for Blood (Listen to Paper Gangster and Spit My Last Breath)
    Iron Cross (Original players of the song "Crucified")
    Tsunami Bomb
    Iron Maiden
    Children Of Bodom
     
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    Shoot to Thrill is my favorite AC/DC song.
     
  18. narlus

    narlus Eastcoast Softcore
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    HAB, i'd get links to you, but youtube/myspace searches are probably easy enough.

    based on yr list, try these:

    hellacopters
    hidden hand
    electric wizard
    squirrel bait
    drive like jehu/hot snakes
    these arms are snakes
    turbonegro
    dinosaur jr
     
  19. Jim Mac

    Jim Mac MAKE ENDURO GREAT AGAIN

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    If you like rock, check out the Valley;

    Good newer stoner rock = the Sword!

    If you wish the 1st Black Sabbath album was recorded in a basement with a boom box, check out Sweden's Witchcraft.
     
  20. Jim Mac

    Jim Mac MAKE ENDURO GREAT AGAIN

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    yes on so many of those bands!

    Also, not as popular and are broken up now, but Canada's HACKSAW was an awesome feat of Northern AC/DC rock goodness. "Turned Up Way Down" is a raw and underlooked rock album, IMHO. Link: http://www.derangedrecords.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=27&products_id=51
     
  21. johnbryanpeters

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    We have at least the basis for starting a conversation here.
     
  22. Cru Jones

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    May I suggest some quality indie rockage...

    TV On The Radio
    Spoon
    Wolf Parade (not Wolf Mother - that sh!t sux)
    Blitzen Trapper
    Modest Mouse (new stuff is good, but old stuff pwns everything)
    The National

    MIA is decent, but def not related to anything you listed. I like Arular better than Kala. If you're in to hip hop/world/dance music, you might like it. Think of an English (even though she's originally from Sri Lanka) Nelly Furtado with crazier beats.