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Basically no rap, pop chick stuff and jonas brothers and the kind.

Post bands that you like which make their own music and play good live( so no stuff like My chemical romance), so we can all see if we share tastes and if we get to know a new band we might like.

Oh, and as much as I love instrumental/soundtrak/classic music and the kind, lets leave this as bands of different genres.

Im going to start with Muse. Avoid the twilight songs and you wont regret it.

"Many Muse songs are recognizable by lead vocalist Matthew Bellamy's often falsetto voice and use of vibrato. As a guitarist, Bellamy often utilizes arpeggio and pitch-shift effects to create a more "electric" sound, citing Jimi Hendrix and Tom Morello as influences for this method.[13]

Muse have cited Queen as an influence. [51] Queen guitarist Brian May has praised Muse's work, calling the band "extraordinary musicians" who "let their madness show through, always a good thing in an artist."" Thats from wikipedia, they mix progressive rock with classical music and sometimes a bit of electronic, their sund isnt the same in all of their songs though.

If you are going to post videos post live performances so we can apreciate better how good the bands are.



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O-D-C said:


I saw Flogging Molly in 2005, it was at a heavy metal festival at 10am, I think it was also the earliest I've ever been drunk lol.

Liked Flogging Molly, Im gonna check it out ;)



Okay, heres another one, this is from a band called Live, this song is "run to the water".



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Oasis - 1991-2009 - Rock - 7 Studio Albums - All UK No.1's - 8 UK No.1 Singles - The Band's 2nd Album "(What's The Story) Morning Glory" is the 3rd best selling album in UK chart history - Reccently the song "Falling Down" was used as the OP for the anime "Eden of the East" - Band line-up changed several times, though the core of the band was the Gallagher brothers, Noel (Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Lead Songwritter) and Liam (Lead Vocals) - Most prominent during the Britpop movement of the mid 90's - "All Around The World" holds the record for longest ever UK no.1 single at almost 9 and a half minutes long - Key Songs (imo): Rock N Roll Star, Live Forever, Supersonic, Ciggarettes & Alcohol, Acquiesce, Wonderwall, Dont Look Back In Anger, Stand by Me, Go Let It Out, Songbird, Little By Little, Stop Crying Your Heart Out, Lyla, The Importance of Being Idle and Falling Down - Post Breakup both Gallagher's are expected to either go solo or form new bands





The Stone Roses - 1984-1996 - Alternative Rock -the band's most notable lineup consisted of vocalist Ian Brown, guitarist John Squire, bassist Gary "Mani" Mounfield, and drummer Alan "Reni" Wren - part of the Madchester movement of the 1980's and 1990's - Had only 2 Studio albums, "The Stone Roses" (1989) and "Second Coming" (1994) - Debut album is considered to be one of the best and most influental of it's time - 4 UK Top 10 Hits - Key Songs (imo): "I Wanna Be Adored", "She Bangs The Drums", "Waterfall", "Made of Stone", "This Is The One", "I Am The Ressurection", "Fool's Gold", "Elephant Stone", "Love Spreads", "Breaking Into Heaven", "Begging You" and "Daybreak" - Post Breakup Squire fronted another band called The Seahorses and Ian Brown has enjoyed a fairly succsesfull solo career








Here's a song people should hear, it's Anthrax, but not in the usual Anthrax style. It's called toast to the extras, and even though it's not their usual style, I think they pull off this song pretty well...



I already knew Oasis, I liked the stone Roses, which album do you reccomend?



pastro243 said:
I already knew Oasis, I liked the stone Roses, which album do you reccomend?

there debut album "The Stone Roses" is my 2nd favourite album ever, I would reccomend it to anyone, I love every song on there, "Second Coming" I like as well, but theyre arent as many great songs on it for me.



SciFiBoy said:
pastro243 said:
I already knew Oasis, I liked the stone Roses, which album do you reccomend?

there debut album "The Stone Roses" is my 2nd favourite album ever, I would reccomend it to anyone, I love every song on there, "Second Coming" I like as well, but theyre arent as many great songs on it for me.


Ill check them out.