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You feel old! :D

Shoot..."The Turtles" were still together

and still playing on the radio in my youth. :p"

 

Tsel :blink:

 

 

I saw Weezer in concert a few years ago and they pulled off a wicked cool version of Happy Together.

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Yeah, stop listening it. ;)

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Slayer - God hates us all

 

Anyone got some good reccomendations for people that like the mars volta?

 

 

 

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Come to think of it; have you ever heard Aphex Twin before, draakhie? You might like it. Mr Bungle might be a bit off, unless you happen to like Patton's stuff. His style is usually either hit or miss.

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Sort of, but that would be threading the line of generalizing.

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Right now I have found some recordings of Twang Twang Shock-A-Boom

This is sort of a legendary band around Austin, as they had a huge following, but broke up when David Garza decided stardom and having your name in lights was more important then....well......anything.

 

Its all acoustic guitar, stand up bass, and bongos for the most part

The members are all very talented musicians, plus chicks dig it, plain and simple.

 

If you're interested- http://www.wiseup.org/twang/songs/?S=A

 

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The Monkees greatest hits.

Yes, that's right, the Monkees.

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I snuck out of work to go pick up the new Weezer album 'make believe'. It's a'ight so far, with the standouts being 'beverly hills' and 'we are all on drugs'. Plus I listened to the Strokes 'hard to explain' at least eight times in a row... :shifty:

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It's mixtape time!

 

Afghan Whigs - Going to Town

Pixies - Head On

Boys in the Band by those drugged-out losers, The Libertines

Transplants - Diamonds and Guns

Morrissey - Suedehead

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists - Tell Balgeury, Balgury is Dead

New Pornographers - Mass Romantic

Jets to Brazil - Conrad

Joe Strummer and the Mescalaros - Get Down Moses

Spoon - Everything Hits at Once

Franz Ferdinand - Auf Achse

Thin Lizzy - Jailbreak

Stereophonics - T-Shirt Sun Tan

Social Distortion - Don't Drag Me Down

Rocket From the Crypt - Born in '69

Toadies - Away

Rilo Kiley - Portions for Foxes

The Arcade Fire (although I think they are pretentious pansies I'm a sucker for big choruses and key changes) - Rebellion (Lies)

Rage Against the Machine - The Ghost of Tom Joad

 

19 tracks, 78:11

baby, take off your beret

everyone's a critic and most people are DJs

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That's taste.

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Ive listened a bit to Mars Volta now and they have absolutely nothing in common with Aphex Twin. Id recommend similarities like A Perfect Circle(even though theyre like a streamlined pop verison of Tool) or maybe Genesis even, the first song on album with the head on it sounds very much like 70's Genesis.

 

 

 

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Scoring - Boa

 

Boa did the theme tune to Serial Experiments Lain (an awesome anime), and are also the band of Steve Rogers of Bad Company fame's children. They are, incidentally, millions of times better than Bad Company, who suck.

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I just digged up my old Jeff Buckley - Grace ... damn that guy was talented!! :thumbsup:

 

"Lover, You Should've Come Over" is one of the best songs I've ever heard ..

Fortune favors the bald.

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I saw Weezer in concert a few years ago and they pulled off a wicked cool version of Happy Together.

 

I saw them do that song on T.V.

I must concede the bands of the late 90's and up to today

are doing real good remakes of older songs.

 

Tsel :-

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I have been listening to some Mike Watt...

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Eric Clapton and BB King

“Things are as they are. Looking out into the universe at night, we make no comparisons between right and wrong stars, nor between well and badly arranged constellations.” – Alan Watts
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