What I am listening the most at the moment:
3 Doors Down
Christ... long list potentially from me, but a select few would be:
Kaiser Chiefs (Had the pleasure of meeting them at the bar i run)
Franz Ferdinand (Had the pleasure of meeting them too at my bar)
Gorrilaz (Their new albumn is sublime)
I know i've missed loads of others i regularly enjoy listening to, but those are some of the better
*resists urge to type stupidly long list*
Errm, where to start..
Radiohead - OK Computer/Pablo Honey albums
Nirvana - In Utero
Slayer - Erm, Soundtrack to the Apopclypse? (Box set)
Audioslave - Audioslave
Deicide - Sepents Of The Light
Lamb of God - As The Palaces Burn
Machinehead - No album in particular
Muse - Origin Of Symatry
Opeth - Deliverance or Ghost Reveries
Queens of the Stoneage - Songs for the Deaf
Rage Against the Machine - Evil Empire
Rammstien - Mutter
Redhot Chilli Peppers - By The Way
Soundgarden - Badmotorfinger
System of a Down - Toxicity
Tool - Any
Slightly odd combination, but oh well
red hot chilli peppers, foo fighters and nirvana! I knew i forgot some
I know a lot of people think Radiohead disappeared up their own arses after OK Computer, but I would strongly reccommend getting into Amnesiac, Kid A, and Hail to the Thief as well they're incredible albums. Songs to start with are Morning Bell, Idioteque, How to Disappear Completely (from Kid A) Pyramid Song, Packt Like Sardines in a Crushd Tin Box, I Might Be Wrong (from Amnesiac) and There There, Sit Down Stand Up, Where I End And You Begin (Hail To The Thief)
Originally Posted by (DBR_ONIX @ Oct. 07 2005,15:56)
After you get into those albums you can't go back to the Pablo Honey and Bends period!
Has anyone hear heard of a band called The Cooper Temple Clause? Their album "Kick Up The Fire And Let The Flames Break Loose" is absolutely incredible, think of Pink Floyd crossed over with Muse. I think it's been deleted now, cos I saw it going for Ł1.97 in Music Zone and I can't find it anywhere now, so if you can get a hold of a copy I advise you take it because this album will become a rarity!
This shit is pure genius! I'm absolutely loving it! Thanks der bastler
Originally Posted by (Shadow @ Oct. 07 2005,05:56)
Just look at the some of the song titles -
and yes...the cover art....
Originally Posted by [b
and best of all: > 100kb
Everyone, head over to the site and download their music!
I agree, I do like quite a few of those songs, but as a whole, I prefer the two I listed. I.e I can listen to the whole of Pablo Honey without skiping any tracks, where as with Ammnesiac, I'll end up skipping ~half of them.. But yeh, there are good songs on those albums
Originally Posted by (Crazysheep @ Oct. 07 2005,17:55)
(Obviously this is all my opinion )
Hmm, another suggestion for anyone who likes QOTSA is Kyuss.. As it's basicly the same band
Discovered them some time ago, but today I read about them in the newspaper. They give a concert here in Hannover together with The Punkles.
Originally Posted by (Tovarish @ Oct. 07 2005,18:42)
I even got the FLAC-Versions of their songs (now offline). Must have been my first downloads via bittorrent (btdownloadcurses.py), according to the entries in my GTKtalog the files date back to June 2004...
"Hey Dude" is my favourite:
Intro... beer can gets opened... "Hey Dude,..."
thats true with BHG's album, i like all the songs apart from farting with a walkman on and diarohhea runs in the family something diabolical isnt that much good aswell EVEN the fact that Ville Valo's in it
Originally Posted by [b
but getting down to whats on my ipod :P
Nine inch nails,
Hard - fi,
Jimmy eat world,
No use for a name,
i waste to much money!
Originally Posted by (der bastler @ Oct. 07 2005,17:36)
"The Thing that Should not Let it Be" is a close second