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|12-24-2006, 04:16 PM||#11 (permalink)|
Gov't Mule is good along with a band called The Kickass if you like jam bands. (i couldnt find the kickass on myspace, you might have to look elsewhere)
I'll also agree with the Mars Volta, they're good.
Some other stuff i listen to includes:
-The Reverend Horton Heat
-Death From Above 1979
-The Von Bondies
|12-24-2006, 10:44 PM||#12 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Akron area, Ohio
I've been into ska lately. A few good bands I've found are:
O.C. Supertones (Christian)
Five Iron Frenzy (Christian)
And a few more I can't remember.
But I always love:
Bob Marley (Raggae)
Bob Dylan (We all love him!)
A Silver Mount Zion (Apocalyptic)
The Death in June (Apocalyptic)\
Current 93 (Apocalyptic)
God Speed You! Black Emporer (Apocalyptic)
Explosions in the Sky (Apocalyptic)
Project 86 (Metal)
Bauhaus ('80's Goth)
Paul van Dyke (Techno)
Shy FX (Jungle)
UK Apachi (Jungle)
|12-25-2006, 01:06 AM||#13 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2006
Thanks to a certain Wounded Bovine. . . I've been listening to way too much Richard Cheese lately (particularily, his recent and long awaited x-mas album, Silent Nightclub).
No time for love Doctor Jones!
|12-25-2006, 01:38 PM||#14 (permalink)|
|12-25-2006, 05:55 PM||#15 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Vancouver, BC
|12-26-2006, 12:22 AM||#16 (permalink)|
My music isn't too weird, just diverse.....a few bands I've been listening to lately:
U2(their early stuff is great!)
John Mayer(before you yell at me, go buy his latest CD & listen to Gravity. Seriously, go.)
AC/DC(I like almost all their stuff, but Bon Scott could SO kick Brian Johnson's ***......& he was a better singer)
Bob Dylan(Subterrainian Homesick Blues. Dig it!)
The Allman Brother Band(I like alot of their stuff, 'specially Whippin' Post)
Jimi Hendrix(never really stopped listening to his stuff, just found more. His blues CD is great)
Pearl Jam(not crazy into the super grungy stuff, but they've done some really good stuff. Plus it's cool to here Vedder sing You've Got To Hide Your Love Away :P)
The Beatles(Never stopped listening to them either.....I have probably 20 CDs worth of stuff by them, & it's just the surface of all their work. Revolver is one of my favorites.)
The Doors(Not crazy about alot, but some is good)
Green Day(say what you will, but Armstrong has written some exceptional songs. Perhaps I should go teach him more than 3 chords though.....)
Pink Floyd(I've been listening to Animals for a week or so......very disturbin after enough plays....)
Tenacious D(YOU BROKE THE RULES! Now I'll pull out all your pubic haaaiaaair!)
Yeah, I'm weird.
|12-26-2006, 02:22 AM||#17 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2006
I have pretty eclectic taste also.
Here is what is in my trucks disc changer right now.
1. Korn Greatest hits....(Enough said)
2. George Strait's New album "It comes natural"
3. Of A Revolution (Burned compilation of songs I downloaded) Great sort of dave mathews/sublime sound to them....Worth picking up.One of my new favorites.
4. Slipknot..Live 2.0...Makes me want to speed and run people off the road.
5. Jimmy buffet.. Songs you know by heart....(enough said)
6. Jimmy Rogers All Star Blues Band..If you like blues at all, you owe it to yourself to go find this album, it has Jeff healey, Mick Jagger,.....Oh just go listen to it yourself..You wont be dissapointed.... Here is theLink
|12-26-2006, 05:23 PM||#18 (permalink)|
I have just discovered Andy Mckee... He is one of the most amazing guitarists I have ever heard.
regarding the earlier comment about The Shins... I agree, I have been listening to it a lot lately; I picked up "Oh, Inverted World" for my mom for Christmas, she was happy.