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25 posted 07-13-2001 10:10 AM       View Profile for SEA   Email SEA   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for SEA

112 they have this song called Peaches and Cream...wow...

Sum41 is good
Blink 182 rocks
Alien Ant Farm did Smooth Criminal and it rocks

I like Sugar Ray too

Janet Jackson's All For You is great!!

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26 posted 07-14-2001 11:38 AM       View Profile for brian madden   Email brian madden   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for brian madden

Linda, wow you got some researching to do.
I found a site recently called www.allmusic.com.
They give short biographs of bands, list all their releases and review their releases.
Thought it might help you.

"Here I am in prison,here I am with a ball and chain There is whiskey in the jar-o" Traditional irish song.

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27 posted 07-15-2001 02:12 AM       View Profile for hush   Email hush   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for hush

Dead Inside by the Golden Palaminos.

Don't be fooled by the cliched name- Nicole Blackman does lyrics and vocals, and it's a really honest and poignant experience- it's basically spoken word over electronica/industrial music- Blackman's voice is like angry velvet- you know, smooth with a vicious passionate undertone...

nicole-blackman.com

everything's fine.

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Kamla - still looking for those you mentioned -- they aren't exactly easy to get hold of, yanno?  I do like Bjork, though, and have been beefing up my collection with her ...

Elizabeth - I have heard that song SO MANY TIMES on the radio that I could strangle someone if I hear so much as one note again.  Care to volunteer..?  

Janet:  I have a bit of everything you named!  You have good taste!  

Brian:  I checked out everything you suggested ... and now I know why you don't like the Corrs LOL.  I might have liked Joy Division when I was a teen -- Michael called it "slit your wrists music" LMAO.  VERY dark indeed.  Wasn't too wild about Manic Street Preachers either, though they were better than Joy Division ... and I wasn't impressed by PJ Harvey at all, which surprised me.  She had so much hype in this thread!  The music wasn't bad, I just didn't like her voice ... too smoky for my taste.

Dopey -- I love the Smashing Pumpkins, and am loaded up on them.  Radiohead I have yet to check out but that is next on my list.

Sven - yes on the classical, not sure on the jazz - definitions of jazz differ.  Throw both at me for good measure though!  

snowpants:  Train, Lifehouse, Splender - got 'em!  

Ms Cor:  I freak YOU out?     LOL  Got some Delerium, and LOVE it (not sure if it's Karma though -- it's downloaded).  I'll be looking for the CD next time I hit the music store.  Type O Negative and Tabitha's Secret we have, courtesy of hermit-boy - I'm writing down the other two for future reference.  PS:  CALL ME!  (and check your freakin email!)

Abe:  Have Dream Theater, like it muchly.  Also have Vertical Horizon - a friend sent us the CD. I think Michael has listened to it but I haven't - and since it's still sitting on the shelf I guess it didn't suck too badly (Michael frisbees bad music LOL).  Queensryche is a bit too hardcore for me on most days, though it works well for PMS -- and you needn't worry about Pink Floyd -- Michael is an absolute Pink Floyd NUT and has everything he could get his grubby mitts on from them.  

Temptress:  Got 'em!  

fading away:  Will check it out and get back to you ...

Marge:  Will look that one up -- thanks!  

acire:  isn't that country?  Does he do nice ballads?

Spitfire:  you do realize that east coast stuuf is VERY hard to get over here unless it's on a major label, right?     That being said, I liked what I heard of O'Brien from the website ... and I haven't gathered the courage to try the jazz funk yet LOL but I will soon.

acire:  I probably won't like it, hun ... I have to be in a mood.

walker:  thanks for the heads up -- will try it out!

Dopey:  Claro que si!  I'll give it them a try.

Alwye:  You've piqued my curiousity with Patty Larkin ... I'll look her up.

SEA:  Janet Jackson?!?!?!  
      (the rest sounds good LOL)

brian:  Thanks!  I'm sure it will be useful ...

hush - another impossible-to-find ... but I'll do my best.  


Thanks all ... I'll be busy for a while with all you've given me here ...
Linda
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haha SEA like 112  

112 had better songs than that.  I thought that song was aweful.

hi Sweets, Lizzy, Kris, Ina, Erin, Erica, Minna, Kit, Kamie, Javi, Jenn, Sharon, Nan, Cawlee, Cherish, Ashley, Sara, Justine, Leah, Jess, Kimmie, Mare

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30 posted 07-16-2001 01:28 PM       View Profile for brian madden   Email brian madden   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for brian madden

Well I tried.

I know Joy Division is not exactly party music they make Nirvana and Radiohead sound uplifting. The manics, they are the kind of band you either love or hate.

You did not like PJ Harvey.. one of the few truly talented female singer songer writers out there who creates interesting music that is not folkishy.

Ok I will make one final suggestion,
Mansun (don't worry it is not Marilyn Manson lOl)

THey are sort of a cross between Pink Flyod David Bowie (late 60's) and punk.
Each of their albums is quite different.

Standout songs are:

Being a girl
Wide open space,
Six,
I can only disappoint you
Take it easy (if you can get a live version, it is amazing).

Their best album is Six, if you like 70's rock 80's pop and edgy music. It is a bit like Smashing Pumpkins.

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31 posted 07-16-2001 04:26 PM       View Profile for Marshalzu   Email Marshalzu   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Marshalzu's Home Page   View IP for Marshalzu

My Vitriol, JJ72, Feeder, Ash

All British indie rock...
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32 posted 07-16-2001 04:39 PM       View Profile for Marshalzu   Email Marshalzu   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Marshalzu's Home Page   View IP for Marshalzu

I forgot to say Ash and JJ72 are Irish... bands whoops...
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33 posted 07-16-2001 07:19 PM       View Profile for Elizabeth Cor   Email Elizabeth Cor   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Elizabeth Cor

Ms. Unpronounceable-last-name, as you will note in the CH BB which you have frequented to at least smash certain individuals, I made an announcement that said I didn't have access to my account...

I'll send you a hate mail or something so you can reach me via the horror service of Yahoo! ...

As for the call, I don't HAVE the money for $2.99 a minute right now... but maybe after this Friday, when I get my paycheck.   (yes, that is a sort-of plan)

p.s. Cowboy Junkies Rule! (Note SEA agrees, thank you SEA   )
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34 posted 07-16-2001 07:43 PM       View Profile for Skyfyre   Email Skyfyre   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Skyfyre

$2.99 a minute??  

Ain't you ever heard of 10-10-220, woman??  LOL

Hatemail away -- I love the stuff!  


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35 posted 07-17-2001 01:48 AM       View Profile for hush   Email hush   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for hush

quote:
THey are sort of a cross between Pink Flyod David Bowie (late 60's)and punk.  

I hope that statement wasn't intended to lump Pink Floyd and David Bowie together as being representative of the typical late 60's sound... the only things they really have in common is that Marylin Manson recycled two of their most famous albums (The Wall-Antichrist Superstar, Ziggy Stardust-Mechanical Animals) to propel his own fame, and they were both pushing the envelope and experimenting.... totally different musical/lyrical styles...

By the way, Skyfyre, if you are interested in more accessible/mainstream electronica/industrial, NIN has quite a bit of interesting stuff that hasn't gotten as much publicity as their albums- their singles have interesting manipulations (check out the singles for Closer and March of the Pigs) as well as the remix albums- Fixed, Further Down the Spiral, and Things Falling Apart- Things Falling Apart is really good, mostly because I think that after the crappy commercial success/publicity the Fragile got (another thing I'll never understand- that's another really good album that may be a little lacking in lyrical quality at some points but more than makes up for it with instrumental songs like Just Like you Imagined, Pilgrimage, and La Mer) he just decided to do what he wanted to do, regardless of public opinion (which should have been, and may have been, the object in the first place...) but those are really good things to check out.


everything's fine.

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Phone Cards are better than 10-10-220 etc.... (though ya gotta shop around)-- I get phone america cards,, a $10 card gives me nearly 7 hours of calling time to Kamla in New Zealand-- much less than dialing direct  

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37 posted 07-17-2001 02:07 PM       View Profile for brian madden   Email brian madden   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for brian madden

Hush I was not talking about Marilyn Manson when I made reference to Pink Floyd and David Bowie. I was talking about MANSUN an english band, with no similarities other than the name with Marilyn Manson. Here is where I ruin my chances of been taken seriously I quite liked Antichrist Superstar (no it is no original or cutting edge but it is fun agro music still has more substance than all those dreaded Nu metal bands (papa roach etc).

I looked up Allmusic.com for a description of Mansun's sound. They called them "Neo-Prog, Britpop" which I guess is as close as you can get. I promise that they are more upbeat than the other bands I suggested.

"Here I am in prison,here I am with a ball and chain There is whiskey in the jar-o" Traditional irish song.

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LOL- I know you weren't talking about Manson when you brought up Mansun- I brought that up on my own accord. I was just saying that you bring up Bowie and Floyd as if they are synonymous with one another- and Manson is one of their only links.

I personally quite like Marylin Manson- the stupid mind games he tries to play with his fans are irritating, but it's okay if you don't buy into the image and concentrate solely on the music; and if you think of his rip-offs (he stole a lot of ideas and music from various places, i used to have a page bookmarked that documented all of it) as references to the musical/cultural greats that came before him, and his music as a sort of representation of all of that, it's really quite interesting. truth is, he's probably more interested in being a big famous rockstar than anything, and he's intelligent enough that he likes to toy around and pretend that by spewing recycled Nietsche and LeVey ideology to a crowd too young and apathetic to actually do their own philisophic research that he's some undeground gothic messiah gone mainstream and out to overthrow the tyrranny that is Christianity... or at least, he gets kicks out of making his devotees think that's what he's up to.   Anyway, his heyday is over, and all but a few songs from his latest album were garbage. He's got to face the music (no pun intended). Goth isn't in anymore- Maybe he'll go punk next.  

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hehe   Well, Jamie, Linda has a SPECIAL line that I can't afford which has nothing to do with distance LOL ...


Besides, my roommate/deputy mentor works for the government, and so does her phone   ...

Now, Linda, do I need to specify an EXACT time for you to tromp down to the "town phone" and wait for the call? Is anyone else scheduled at a certain time? I just don't want to have to ride my cow all the way out to the Modesto switchboard and have you not be there...
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40 posted 07-17-2001 07:45 PM       View Profile for brian madden   Email brian madden   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for brian madden

Hush, I have to agree about the last album it was bad. Someone like Manson only has a short shelf life. Someone like him was needed, he is a showman. PUnk? They tried that already. Maybe he will become a born again christian. lol

I only made reference to Bowie and P.F as I was trying to describe Mansun's (english band) sound. They were the main ones I could think of. Reason I chose them was because Mansun tend to experiment alot, their album six is very prog rock (in a good way) with lots of weird sounds, unconventional song structures, and lots of guitar fx.
I am really plugging this band because they are really good except their last album which is ok, they tried to do pop, simple songs and sweeping ballads. Did not quiet work.

MP3 downloads can be found http://website.lineone.net/~mansun/index.html

  
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Well, Brian, if you're referring to the days of portrait... that was good punk, I meant maybe he'll stop wearing makeup, pierce his lip again, get some plugs, and start jamming with Blink 182 and Three Doors Down.... Actually, there was some mainstream punk sound in Holy Wood... the one song... (can't remember the name) sounded almost exactly like song 2 by Blur...

The biggest problem I had with Holy Wood (besides Coma Black, lol) was the fact that he outright STOLE the intro to Floyd's Empty Spaces for one of the songs.... I don't like to see my favorite band plagiarized, especially in such an unbecoming and pretentious album!

Anyway, Mr. Manson could probably have a thead all his own, but that's digressing from the issue at hand, because I certainly wouldn't recommend him to anyone... lol.

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42 posted 07-18-2001 01:13 PM       View Profile for brian madden   Email brian madden   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for brian madden

Portrait punk??? going to have to listen that album again. At the moment I am getting into British punk and post punk. The clash being the punk band (london Calling is a great album has almost everything except disco).
I downloaded some good songs from Magazine yesterday. The main guy from the Buzzcocks formed the band after the Buzzcocks spilt up. The other famous member of the band is
Barry Adamson who plays occasionally with Nick Cave and the badseeds (marilyn could learn a thing or two from Nick Cave) there is a man who has managed to do goth without the makeup.
Anyway good songs from Magazine are
Shot by both sides,
my tulpa
The light pours out of me.

LInda, if you like the Doors you have to hear celebration of the Lizard it is about 17 minutes long, has poetry, rock, spooky stuff and a frantic version of "Not to touch the earth".

OK that is all I am saying. No more musical comments from me.








"Here I am in prison,here I am with a ball and chain There is whiskey in the jar-o" Traditional irish song.

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43 posted 07-20-2001 04:07 PM       View Profile for SEA   Email SEA   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for SEA

yeah, Janet Jackson   I like dance music and hers is happy and fun, besides my son is in love with her LOL   and 112 is really good, I just got that cd on tuesday,
and I really like it  

Weezer has a cool sound.....
Linkin Park is the best! gonna get that cd this weekend.....
I like Eve6 too........
I DO NOT like P.Diddy ( what the hell is that?!)
  

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I know I said I was not going to comment anymore, but Sea… I know everyone is entitled to their opinion but Lickin Park, God, shuddering. Did they come from the nu metal factory with Limp Biskit and Papa Roach. The thing that really annoys me is that they all sound so alike. God, it is terrible the state of chart music these days. No wonder I have to go back to the 70's for some decent music.
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Linkin Park suck.

Linda - try these: if they don't open, let me know..you'll have to download the satellite though - easy to do..

Thievery Corp...

http://www.audiogalaxy.com/list/searches .php?SID=5eddd037d16d0f8fa428a145593bcb34&searchType=0&searchStr=thievery+corporation&x=12&y=2

Tosca...

http://www.audiogalaxy.com/list/searches.php?SID=5eddd 037d16d0f8fa428a145593bcb34&searchType=0&searchStr=tosca&x=13&y=11

Jazzanova...

http://www.audiogalaxy.com/list/searches.php?SID=5e ddd037d16d0f8fa428a145593bcb34&searchType=0&searchStr=Jazzanova&x=15&y=8


the rest should be easy from here...I'm not sure they will open...but hey - worth a shot. It should truly be easy to find them on Audiogalaxy.com...

K

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ya know.....every one is entitled to like what they like.....if you can't be nice shut the hell up....SEVERN AND BRIAN!!! good grief, what crawled up your butts?????
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Sea, a music critic. They do that to nest you know, hibernate. I think the only way to keep most of them away is by playing Linkin Park really loud, but be careful that might attarct the Metal Hammer music critics and they are the worst.

I am quite happy with my music critic, from Rolling Stone may I add, nesting up my...there is no nice way to say it.... THey shrink OK, that is how they fit in only you get tons of free cds as rent for their stay....
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Hmmm...I guess an opinion crawled up my butt. Let me elaborate, and expand 'Linkin Park suck' into proper sentences so that no more misunderstanding is possible:

Yes. Everyone is entitled to what they do and don't like. So that said, here is me acting on my entitlement: I THINK Linkin Park SUCK, but that doesn't mean that I feel everyone who LIKES them sucks also. Nor do I feel that the music taste of said people who like Linkin Park suck. Nor do I usually mince my words to cater for the sensitivities of defensive people, simply because I don't know that such sensitivities will exist until I am told to shut the hell up.   In fact SEA, I actually said 'Linkin Park suck' with a touch of 'school humour' - meaning - read it in a juvenile tone, ie - remember how you used to say 'so and so sucks' when you were around 15? Think of that. Ahh..I think such thoughts don't belong in the hallowed halls of a Music discussion thread. (Here's a thought though - perhaps I might have been offended by the crawling-up-butts comment? Is that really being nice? Fortunately..I wasn't). Anywho...music is to chill out to yanno?

Let's all relaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaax and be happy - like so many songs say...

K


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Most of the ones K has posted I have- and have made Cds of.. already had  Golden Bough and Delirium ( which is great).. I have been sampling many of the other suggestions, and have found some great new music to enjoy as a result.. thanks everyone!   ( 'specially you K)

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