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April

Reality escapee
Kinda at a loss right now for stuff to hear so lay 'em on me. Old or new (1990-present). Indie pop, metal, punk, whatever. The more obscure the better.

Hook me up.

:cool:

April
 
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maersksealand3329

Son of a Conrail fan
April you've got to include the 80's music. Bon Jovi-Livin on a Prayer, Berlin-Take my breath away(from Top gun), Cheap trick-the Flame(personal favorite), some Queen, god there are sooooo many good songs out there. Don't limit youself to one decade. I did that and found out the hard way what I was missing. Now I have a electic blend of neary everything(including a bit of rap).
 

April

Reality escapee
April you've got to include the 80's music. Bon Jovi-Livin on a Prayer, Berlin-Take my breath away(from Top gun), Cheap trick-the Flame(personal favorite), some Queen, god there are sooooo many good songs out there. Don't limit youself to one decade. I did that and found out the hard way what I was missing. Now I have a electic blend of neary everything(including a bit of rap).
Nothing wrong with those choices but I'm just a bit burned out on 1980's music.

:)

April

P.S. I know I have my fill of songs by Queen. We mangled/sang a bunch of their songs around the campfire at the outdoor furry convention I went to last October. That and throwing dry coffee creamer on the fire (makes BIG flames). :D
 
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rrnut_99

Member
How about Mazzy Star? Their video for "Fade Into You" featured shots of Santa Fe trains in the desert.

Some others from the 90s:

Collective Soul
Smashing Pumpkins
No Doubt
Foo Fighters
The Offspring
Nirvana
Alice In Chains
Soundgarden

And many more...:)
 

April

Reality escapee
How about Mazzy Star? Their video for "Fade Into You" featured shots of Santa Fe trains in the desert.

Some others from the 90s:

Collective Soul
Smashing Pumpkins
No Doubt
Foo Fighters
The Offspring
Nirvana
Alice In Chains
Soundgarden

And many more...:)
Yeah, I pretty much have those covered. Even have a video of "Fade Into You" I taped eons ago. I need to see if I still have it...

Guess I'm looking for something off the beaten path.

:)

April

P.S. I seem to recall the Mazzy Star video I taped is slightly different than the one I found on You Tube...
 
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GRRR

OH, C'MON REF!!!!
Check out the Gourds. Anything they've got is great. Also, Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears. You also might like Band of Heathens. This covers everything from Alt Rock, country, blues, hard rock, etc.
 
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GRRR

OH, C'MON REF!!!!
Also, check out the Mother Truckers, the Black Keys, Vampire Weekend, and a longtime favorite, Southern Culture On The Skids.
 

maersksealand3329

Son of a Conrail fan
You want off the wall, well take a look here-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcG6xt5-iwQ. Song is called Renegade and its by a swedish power metal band named Hammerfall. Its a very good song, and yes you can understand the lyrics.

You wanted off the wall, well here is off the wall.
 

ROCK4329

ROCK GP38-2 #4329 RULES!!
I know I'll spell this wrong, but try looking up Apocoliptica, or beatallica. Both are instrumental bands based from Metallica. Both are good, especially Apoc.
 
mmmm...

Could check out Hawkwind, Apockalyptica, Daevid Allen's Gong, The Fall...

...also Bevis Frond, Steeleye Span (yes, I know, pretty old stuff here but still good), Neil Young...
 

steam4449

The Foamer In Hillsboro
*PORCUPINE TREE*
Alberta Cross
Arcade Fire
Aynsley Lister
Black Country Communion
Blackfield
Clutch
The Cult
The Decemberists
Earthtone9
Girl Talk
Joe Bonamassa
King's X
LCD Soundsystem
Lordi
NoFX
Opeth
Pavement
Portishead
Queens of the Stone Age
Rhino Bucket
Rory Gallagher
Storyville
Them Crooked Vultures
Thunder
Tonic
UFO
Wishbone Ash
ZO2
38 Special

:p
 




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