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Old 15-07-2004, 05:35 AM   Officer #41
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Fuck neo-emo.

Real emo's been dead for a long time.

I hate emo kids.
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Old 24-07-2004, 09:12 AM   #42
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Mmm..

My Fav bands are...
Hot Rod Circuit - Safely-Lets go home-Pharmacist-Knees...
Number One Gun -The Starting Line-Your Alive...
The Ataris - Summer Wind
The Postal Service -Such Great Heights-Sleeping In...
Death Cab For Cutie -New Years...
Briertone -Phillip and I-Rebel Kid-Dont I Dare
Saves The Day -Sorry im leaving-Sweet Fracture
Sondre Lerche -You Know So Well-Dead Passengers- Sleep on Needles.
The Rentals -Friends of P-Sweetness...
.................................................. ......etc


Im into Pop/rock/Indie but I'm flexible. I love songs that are Catchy.

(Those who like the aboves = Aweseome)

And Emo is still around, its not dead. Maybe you should listen to independant bands.

Dashboard Confessional is Pop rock.
The Bens are good jacoby.
Weezers aweseome Kyle.

So are the strokes..If you like the strokes, try listening to Elefant. you will like it.

Btw...Check out my band if you have time www.SherwoodMusic.net
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Old 22-10-2004, 02:16 AM   #43
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You guys have some fucking awesome tastes in music. The Bens rule, Jacoby! Ben Folds is from my hometown, I love him so much. Currently, my favorite bands are probably Diverse (underground rap) and The Libertines (sort of a British version of The Strokes)
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Old 22-10-2004, 02:24 AM   Officer #44
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I've been moving from genre to genre since I got to Berkeley. Originally into the post-Radiohead groups of Coldplay, Travis, and Keane, I have swung from listening to Radiohead themselves to indie bands as Death Cab for Cutie, the Stills, and the Shins, to 'chill' music as Aqualung and Zero 7, and currently in a blues-metal phase (which includes Cream and Zeppelin).
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Old 22-10-2004, 02:31 AM   Senior Registered Member #45
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I've been moving from genre to genre since I got to Berkeley. Originally into the post-Radiohead groups of Coldplay, Travis, and Keane, I have swung from listening to Radiohead themselves to indie bands as Death Cab for Cutie, the Stills, and the Shins, to 'chill' music as Aqualung and Zero 7, and currently in a blues-metal phase (which includes Cream and Zeppelin).
If you want chill music, you listen to Vetiver's "On a Nerve".
And what up marry, The Libertines are niiiiiice. Strokes, too. I saw them live in May and the venue was so tiny. Julians balls were seriously in my face. It was awesome...(not the balls part, but the show in general.)
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Old 22-10-2004, 06:15 AM   Officer #46
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If you want chill music, you listen to Vetiver's "On a Nerve".
And what up marry, The Libertines are niiiiiice. Strokes, too. I saw them live in May and the venue was so tiny. Julians balls were seriously in my face. It was awesome...(not the balls part, but the show in general.)
I'm sure you'll tell your grandchildren about that. It makes for nice, beside-the-fire Christmas anecdotes.

Oh, and another really good chill group is Bonobo. Animal Magic is sick.
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The Libertines (sort of a British version of The Strokes)
Err...no. They don't sound alike, and err...The Strokes suck whereas The Libertines fucking rule. End of.

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If you want chill music, you listen to Vetiver's "On a Nerve".
And what up marry, The Libertines are niiiiiice. Strokes, too. I saw them live in May and the venue was so tiny. Julians balls were seriously in my face. It was awesome...(not the balls part, but the show in general.)
That's what YOU say. I happen to think Jacoby liked balls in his face...

Strokes still suck dude.

For me...a wide variety of stuff, as always. A fair whack of Radiohead, big fan of Broken by Seether which has Amy Lee on vocals...Aqualung gets a fair bit of play, a bit of Slipknot (LUFF0R duality), the old favourites such as Nirvana and Metallica still get regular plays. My current favourite album right now is Razorlight's "Up All Night". One of the best albums released this year. Oh, and I take a fair whack of DR's advice on music these days so there's a bit of Shins, Stills and Dashboard thrown in too...some Beck, Badly Drawn Boy...basically I'm not constrained by genres, personally. If it’s good, I’ll listen to it, and my moods fluctuate so much I tend to like having a wide variety of songs at my disposal.

Oooh…my tip for surprise success in 2004/2005 are an English band on the rise by the name of Thirteen Senses. Happen to think Razorlight will go over BIG time in the States too.
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Old 23-10-2004, 01:24 AM   #48
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Wow! I have to say, you guy's have some neeeeext neeeeext, taste in music...

I haven't heard of like 90% of the the bands that were named...

ohhh well heres my list:

Trick daddy - lets go
Akon - locked up
lil wayne - go dj
eminem - just lose it
fabulous - breathe
euro - the color of my dreams

Now lets mix it up and get into the slow and love songs:

all for 0ne - i swear
leanne rymes - how do i live without you
josh groban - you raise me up
boys to men - hard to say im sorry

annnnnnd mmmmmm.....

the greatest song of all R. Kelly - The World's Greatest
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Jesus Christ. A whole page of shite.
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Old 23-10-2004, 02:22 PM   #50
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I've gotten into Robert Randolph & The Family Band recently. Their style is funk/blues/rock/jazz influenced, but not restricted by or limited to any genre. I am impressed with Robbie's skill on pedal-steel guitar. Many may think of boring old country music style picking & sliding when you say steel guitar, but Robbie Randolph can tear up some kickass string-bending & lightning-fast rock licks on many of their tunes. One may think, "Wasn't that a Jimi Hendrix or Eddie VanHalen lick he just covered in that jazz tune?" Makes me want to make the 6 hour drive / road trip to New Orleans to check them out next time they play there...
Old fart saying--->>> "Doesn't anybody actually play musical instruments any more, or do all these punks just have their daddies pay to hire musicians & program their synth-o-crap & drum machines while they lip-sync & pretend to sing to some music that someone else wrote & performed?" I can't help it I was born in the year the Beatles invaded the US, 1964.
Anyway, check out Robert Randolph & The Family Band, maybe you will like it.
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Old 23-10-2004, 02:49 PM   #51
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avril lavigne is teh roxxors.

no seriously, i love her. she's my thing.

other artists that must be my faves if i can play them non-stop: green day, coldplay, rage against the machine, the beatles, jay chou, elvis presley (oooooh yeah) and the backstreet boys!!!!

listening to at the mo:
coldplay - yellow
missy higgins - scar
hanson - penny and me
ken zhu - ai bu hui yi zhi deng ni
vanessa carlton - white houses
fuel - shimmer
norah jones - heart of mine
the babar opening theme <--- love. need sheet music.
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Old 23-10-2004, 07:30 PM   #52
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Razorlight will definitely get bigger sometime soon, Hazzle. They've got that whole rock revolution thing going on. Some other things I haven't been able to get enough of are The Killers, The Shins (along with every body else in this forum), The Faint, The Roots, Pavement, Just Jack, Ambulance LTD, Stereophonics, and as many drumline cadences as possible.
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Old 23-10-2004, 07:41 PM   Senior Registered Member #53
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Razorlight will definitely get bigger sometime soon, Hazzle. They've got that whole rock revolution thing going on. Some other things I haven't been able to get enough of are The Killers, The Shins (along with every body else in this forum), The Faint, The Roots, Pavement, Just Jack, Ambulance LTD, Stereophonics, and as many drumline cadences as possible.
Pavement. I like Stephen Malkmus' solo work better. :icon_redf I still like Pavement, though. Have you heard of Pinback, marry? And yes, I was surprised with the taste of Gracie(don't like the post-emo things though:/) and DragonRat(Sorry, mate, I'm not too keen on Keane or those other bands :/). Mainly 'cus of The Shins. Mmm..even when they were Flake Music they were good.
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Old 23-10-2004, 09:25 PM   #54
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I've heard some Pinback stuff. It's pretty good but what I heard wasn't terribly distinctive. Anybody ever heard of Bloc Party? They're another British band, sort of like Razorlight but more subdued I guess.
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I can't BELIEVE I forgot the Killers. I'm on a bit of a break, simply cos of mood, but yah...I LOVE The Killers. I must check out Bloc Party, thanks for that

Does anyone else think Franz Ferdinand are overrated?
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oh killers are great...i heard they're coming to my town in nov but not sure...

bands currently into: interpol, charlie mars, keane, the libertines, wheat, modest mouse, scissor sisters, snow patrol, secret machines, the strokes, dogs die in hot cars, postal service (garden state cd)
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Old 24-10-2004, 12:16 AM   #57
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wooo! go Interpol! Don't they have a new CD out? "Antics" I think it's called. Secret Machines are really good also. But Scissor Sisters? Those guys are kind of creepy.
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I LOVE The Scissor Sisters. They're weird but I LIKE the weirdness.
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Old 24-10-2004, 12:41 AM   #59
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Other awesome bands I just thought of: The Thermals, Tom McRae, Von Bondies, Honorary Title.

And for those of you who like rap: Blackalicious, Talib Kweli, Soulive
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Does anyone else think Franz Ferdinand are overrated?
yes. along with the strokes, the vines, the yeah yeah yeahs, the hives and jet (and any other nu-rock band starting with 'the')

that's not to say that they're not worthy of fans, but this nu-rock genre has me miffed.
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