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#16July 24th, 2005 · 07:19 PM
2 threads
33 posts
Norway
I'll make this quick. Here's who i like:

Nirvana, best song: Smells Like Teen Spirit
Foo Fighters, D.O.A.
Black Flag, Padded Cell
Cake, Comfort Eagle
Gorillaz, Feel Good Inc.
Muse, Stockholm Syndrome
The Doors, all the songs
Pink Floyd, Time and Money
The White Stripes, can't decide
#17July 26th, 2005 · 07:59 PM
31 threads / 1 songs
434 posts
United States of America
the other side
and now for something completely different

ABSOF8CKINGLUTELY AWESOME
Medeski Martin & Wood
Phish
Blind Melon
The Beatles
Neil Young
Ani DiFranco

OTHER VITALS
John Scofield
Soullive
Charlie Hunter
Herbie Hancock
Chic Corea
Beck
Blackalicious
Primus
Pixies
Sublime
Velvet Underground
Velvet Revolver
Ween
Mars Volta
Screaming Trees
Dan Bern
The Toadies
The Burden Brothers
anything by Motown records
Meshel N'Degeocello
Jack Johnson
G. Love & Special Sauce
Jimi Hendrix!!!!
Squarepusher
Boards of Canada
Plaid
Phil Collins / Genesis
Tears for Fears (Mad World... brilliant song)
Talking Heads
#18July 27th, 2005 · 02:26 PM
11 threads / 2 songs
69 posts
United Kingdom

Never though i'd find another Spunge fan on here.
click here
These are my photos, not good, but besti could do. I really think that they should be much bigger than they are, their music is fab.
 Also some Spanish bands i've been listening to:
Saqqara Heavy stuff, good guitar dueting. Iron maiden influence

Mago de Oz Another band to use violin, and flute ontop of rock metal. Also iron maiden influence.
#19February 11th, 2011 · 05:49 PM
181 threads / 54 songs
1,930 posts
Canada
SamuraiMoose wrote…
Suggestions for bands listed here that I will adamantly second are John Mayer, Incubus, Jimi Hendrix, Rush, and Great Big Sea.

Flogging Molly - Irish thrash music, fairly popular, I saw them in concert and it was amazing

The Cure - the emo rock that started it all.  Their song Cut from the album Wish is one of my favourite songs ever.

Parliament - straight up funk, if that's what you're into

Genesis - a very synthesized sort of rock, but not at all techno.  Not sure what to call them, really...

Cat Stevens - classic 60s folk rock, the man is now an Islam monk

Paul Simon - yet more classic 60s folk rock, except he is not an Islam monk, I believe he is still actively writing and recording music

Tool - new metal, their song Schism was very popular recently

Frederic Chopin - the greatest classical piano composer EVER

The Cure is a GOTH band NOT emo...
emo's listen to greenday...
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