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Title: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: liquidvirus on June 08, 2004, 01:09:56 PM
since the last one was locked and i really liked the thread so i decided to start a new one.
please see the first page of "song you think people should download" thread for rules on how to post here!! (sounds kinda strict, doesnt it ?>:()


Title: Please read
Post by: Chris Misfit on June 08, 2004, 01:41:16 PM
Please read...

Apart from B-Sides/Rare songs, please do not add a song by a band with a major record deal, or bands who get serious airplay.
If you wish to recommend a song, please describe the band, and song.
Post your own recommended independent albums/songs only after commenting on another album or song previously posted.
You can however add songs by bands, who have recently hit the big time, but maybe have a few albums (released on indies) the majority have not heard.





If I've missed anything add it.

If the rules are broken, the Mods will delete the post (s).

This may not be as "active" but at least it won't be a big pile of beggars balls.

I'll leave the thread open. First person here can post whatever band they think people might like. G'on.


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Ignatius on June 09, 2004, 08:39:57 AM
I'll start then...

I recommend any song from the band " Death Cab for Cutie" but since I have to recommend one, I'll go with " Expo'86" off the Transatlanticism album.

The song starts with slow with an electric guitar. Then an acoustic guitar kicks in, becoming the chord structure of the song. The chorus is more of a rocker, with heavier drums and guitars. Melodic vocals.

This band kind be described as an indie pop band. Some describe their sound as emo. They are no rockers, mellow sound but great lyrics and voice. They have 4 albums out. I have downloaded every song of the mentioned album above and a couple here and there. It's definitely worth it. If you looking to find heavy riffs in this one,skip it, but if you're open to new sounds, this is a winner.

The lead singer is also involved in another project called " The Postal Service". That's more Electronica oriented, but with electric and acoustic guitar melodies.


By the way, I dont think this band is big. I wouldn't know from where I live, but I don't think they have a big record deal nor they are getting too much airplay. Maybe indie stations but that's all.


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Aava on June 10, 2004, 06:30:43 AM
I listened Death Cab for Cutie?s Expo ?86.

Never heard of this band before. The song was quite slow and "easy going" and as Chinansky said vocals were melodic. It was ok, not the kind of music i would listen much, though.

Suprise, I will recommend Backyard Babies song called Look at You. Backyard Babies are swedish glamrock band. This song is from Total 13-album (1998 MVG records, Coalition recordings). It?s quite fast, and i?d call it punk n?roll... Great, stirring chorus. (Hopefully Backyard Babies aren?t too "popular" for this..). Enjoy!  ;)


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Chris Misfit on June 10, 2004, 09:34:42 AM
The Backyard Babies track sounds like something I've heard before. Still a great track though.....reminds me very much of the Wildhearts.

OK, check out Dirty Stevie - D'ya Wanna Have Sex With Me. I think I already got Avaa to download this. It's a good rock n' roll song, with a very catchy chorus and riff. They're from B'fast.

http://www.dirtystevie.co.uk/pages/musictext.htm


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Jim on June 10, 2004, 10:07:54 AM
Backyard Babies are great, I borrowed their debut of my friend on...Well, somebody's advice from the board. Maybe Aava. It's a really good album.

And that's also a great song.

It will also probably come as no suprise that I'm going to recommend King Adora...

I've recommended them about four times on this board and never have I got any feedback. Well, from one person I have, but he's a loser face.

Download Drag, the title track from their second album.

As I've said before they are kind of pop punk, but I mean this not in the slightest way as what Blink 182 are classed as. I mean real pop punk...Punk with a pop edge to it, slightly more sing along underground Punk. I guess they're slightly glam, but don't be expecting no Hanoi Rocks. Maxi Browne sounds slightly like a more vicious Frank Black.

It's hard to categorize them...

Originally they had support from Kerrang, Q and Radio 1 (The Rock Show..), but that seems to have dried up since they were dropped from their label after their first album.

...But is not important, they have a new label. I saw them live about a month back and they are a great band to see.

edit: I'm dumb, it isn't actually the title track...Although it kind of is. Fuck off.


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Aava on June 11, 2004, 05:54:35 AM
Backyard Babies are great, I borrowed their debut of my friend on...Well, somebody's advice from the board. Maybe Aava. It's a really good album.

Great!  : ok:


I listened King Adora?s Bionic (i only found couple of their songs..). I liked it, even I think it needs to be listen more than once.

I did download that Dirty Stevie track earlier and it reminds me of the 60?s and 70?s rock n?roll..


Ok, i?ll recommend finnish band 22 Pistepirkko and their song Birdy. 22 Pistepirkko is mix of garage rock and electrical music. It sounds a bit weird, but i love it, makes me happy!


Title: Re:Please read
Post by: Jim on June 12, 2004, 05:25:30 AM
If I've missed anything add it.

Only post one song at a friggin' time.


Amen on the 56k thing though...

...But I get broadband very soon, so it's all good.


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Skeba on June 16, 2004, 02:49:53 PM
I'm so bad at the genre Dirty Stevie represents it all starts sounding like Sex Pistols in my ears.. So I wasn't really a fan of that.

Death Cab for Cutie one was good I thought.. Not something I'd buy an album full of, but I liked it.

I've never been a big fan of Backyard babies, so I didn't care for that song either.

I'd like to suggest a song by a sideproject of the drummer of Dream Theater called  "Liquid Tension Experiment". I don't know if you've heard of it, but if you haven't, and like instrumental music, make sure you do. A good song to sort of get to know them is "Acid Rain", or if you're not a fan of faster music, you can try "Biaxident".

I myself don't like Dream Theater almost at all (mainly because of the singers not so masculine voice), but this I can listen to for a very, very long time..


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Skeletor on June 16, 2004, 05:47:35 PM
I'd like to suggest a song by a sideproject of the drummer of Dream Theater called  "Liquid Tension Experiment".

It's actually not only Mike Portnoy's sideproject, there's also John Petrucci (guitar) and Jordan Rudess (keyboards) from DT. So it's practically Dream Theater gone instrumental. But yeah, LTE is great for those who dislike James LaBrie's vocals. I used to hate them as well, but since 'Images and Words' is such a classic album, I kinda got used to it.

As for the song Aava mentioned, 'Birdy' by 22 Pistepirkko, it's a great, atmospheric song. Pretty alternative stuff, but cool.

I recommend, from all my heart, the song 'Storm' by Devin Townsend (it's from the 2003 album Accelerated Evolution). It's heavy metal, but probably nothing like you've heard before. Devin has a unique ability to create this huge wall of sound, with all these amazing melodies, and the vocals... 'Storm' has one the most emotive vocal deliveries I've heard in my life - it has that certain thing that Axl managed to create at the end of Estranged. If there are any emotions in you, and you listen to the song with the lyrics in front of you, it will very likely make you feel something. Especially pay close attention to the last minute of the song, it'll simply blow you away..


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Skeba on June 17, 2004, 03:17:13 AM
It's actually not only Mike Portnoy's sideproject, there's also John Petrucci (guitar) and Jordan Rudess (keyboards) from DT. So it's practically Dream Theater gone instrumental.

Mike Portnoy was given the chance to build a sideproject with the players of his choise and he was asked for a wishlist for all the different players he wanted to work with. So he chose Tony Levin on bass, and Jordan Rudess, who was not part of Dream Theater at the time. The Idea of using John came from his wife, and at first he wanted to keep the band totally separated from DT, but decided otherwise in the end... What I'm trying to say here is that when they started, it _was_ a Portnoy soloproject. But that's not the point of this thread so I'll just shut it, and go find that song you suggested.


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Chris Misfit on June 19, 2004, 06:34:50 AM
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I recommend, from all my heart, the song 'Storm' by Devin Townsend

I've actually been trying to get this guy for a long time, he seems to get alot of respect, plus he played for The Wildhearts......his songs just seem shit to me. I've downloaded the track, and it sounds like something thats supposed to be emotional, but just comes across quite cheap, and painfully tiring. Sorry.

I recommend a band called the Fighting Cougars - Sports Metal Showdown, who are a crossover band, that means hardcore/thrash. It's pretty basic, but they are quite good and their singer is an old friend/Electric Frankenstein fan. They sound a bit like SSD or any other old school hardcore band, but it's better than his old band Eat Yer Greens (Veggie Punk). Here's some lyrics too.... http://www.fightingcougars.tk/

Sports Metal Showdown

Down tuned guitars
Knuckles on the ground
Caps on backward
Say 'yo holmes' to the crowd

Sports Metal showdown
Bred in a laboratory
Sports Metal showdown
Musical lobotomy


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Aava on June 21, 2004, 02:00:23 PM
Here's some lyrics too....

Ah well, you gonna need those!
I didn?t understand a single word, even i read the lyrics at the same time..  :-[
I didn?t like it much.

So, did anyone listen Birdy?

I recommend one of my fav songs, Andy McCoy (Hanoi Rocks guitarist) - Strung Out. Basic rock. It?s released around ?95, i think.


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Skeletor on June 21, 2004, 02:26:55 PM
I recommend one of my fav songs, Andy McCoy (Hanoi Rocks guitarist) - Strung Out.

I don't like Andy McCoy's solo material that much, but I have to say Strung Out is a great song. It's classic rock, I'm sure a lot of people here would dig it.

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(Devin Townsend - Storm)
it sounds like something thats supposed to be emotional, but just comes across quite cheap, and painfully tiring. Sorry.

Agh, a dagger through my heart :hihi:

But that's an interesting view, cheap is something I could never connect with Devin Townsend; he's such a genuine, honest, original, uncompromising, talented artist. And like you said, he really does get a lot of respect, especially from other musicians. Ever since I discovered his music, I've thought he's someone that a lot of metal fans would appreciate if only they knew about him.


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: WagMyDog on June 23, 2004, 10:11:08 AM
I'd like to suggest a song by a sideproject of the drummer of Dream Theater called  "Liquid Tension Experiment". I don't know if you've heard of it, but if you haven't, and like instrumental music, make sure you do. A good song to sort of get to know them is "Acid Rain", or if you're not a fan of faster music, you can try "Biaxident".

So I downloaded "Acid Rain". I LOVE IT!!

I haven't been able to get a lot of LTE songs, but I'm trying. Any tips on where I can find it?

You know something really bad? Stores areound here only sell stuff I DON'T want to buy. I can never find any DT or LTE here ...

Anyhoo, my recommendation is Dream Theater's 'A Change of Seasons'. It's a 23 minute masterpiece that can be described as nothing short of breath-taking.

(BTW, I know I'm only supposed to recommend one song, but this is just in case you guys are too lazy to DL a 23 min. song ... Check out Liquid Tension Experiment's 'Hourglass'. It's a slow song. If you wanted fast, DL Skeboy's recomendation.)


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Ignatius on July 06, 2004, 07:21:22 AM


I'm making a mess with all these quotes...

anyway, could you provide a link so I can downoad the DTL song? I've tried WinMx but coudn't find it there. Don't have Kazaa cause slows my computer down.


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Mr Cowbell ? on July 06, 2004, 08:19:55 PM
I downloaded Hourglass off of Kazaa. Its a very interesting and powerful song.

I dont know if you have heard of the reginional band, THE ROCKET KING. They have hard rock guitars and sounds that remind me of good 80's rock. I like their whole album "Day Late & a Dollar Short" their song Bridge to Burn is a good one to check out.


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: CDesigner on July 07, 2004, 02:25:31 AM
Here's a song I'm really thinking you guys might like. It's from an underground band that (unfortunately) broke up shortly after releasing the EP this song came from:

http://www.velvetbluemusic.com/audio/01%20-%20Drop%20Dead.mp3 (http://www.velvetbluemusic.com/audio/01%20-%20Drop%20Dead.mp3)

The band is called Ghoti Hook and the song is "Drop Dead" from their self-titled final EP. It is sort of like an AC/DC rocker with more melodic, meaty vocals. If you go poking around for them, their earlier material is VERY different. They went from silly pop-punk on their early albums to the big rock sound on this EP and (to a lesser extent) the album that preceded it, Two Years To Never. I'm really interested to see what other GN'R fans think of it, because I think it's great.


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Walk on July 08, 2004, 04:48:06 AM
Please read...

Apart from B-Sides/Rare songs, please do not add a song by a band with a major record deal, or bands who get serious airplay.
If you wish to recommend a song, please describe the band, and song.
Post your own recommended independent albums/songs only after commenting on another album or song previously posted.
You can however add songs by bands, who have recently hit the big time, but maybe have a few albums (released on indies) the majority have not heard.



After being deleted by mistake, I'm reposting one of my recommendations. It's definitely worth sharing with the HTGTH crowd.  :beer:

I would like to recommend a song called The Antique. It's by a band called Kayo Dot, from the album Choirs of the Eye. This song is very, very weird. Normally, I dislike Floyd or Radiohead style songs, but this song just has something I like in it. It's very unorthodox, but beautiful.

It begins with a piano part. This song really creates an atmosphere with the myriad of sounds used. It is not sythesizer heavy. It's artistic.

Oh hell, I give up. You'll just have to hear this song to understand it. Trust me, it's worth the download. I wouldn't recommend buying this album because it's very unusual, and hard to get into. I just love it myself.


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Chris Misfit on July 10, 2004, 07:05:40 AM
That song is great, it's got the whole doom/noise thing going on. It's beautiful but at the same time disturbing. I'll defo download some more of their songs (took me ages to get this one, it's massive).

I recommend Send More Paramedics, who are a thrash/metalcore band. http://www.sendmoreparamedics.com/ I recommend downloading Necromancer, but if you can't find it try one of the MP3's on site......fans of Slayer will like this.


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Walk on July 12, 2004, 05:49:15 AM
I just now found out Kayo Dot was formed after Maudlin of the Well broke up. And yes, many people have heard of Maudlin, and they do have a record deal. Sorry for that. :( But does Tzadik Records really count as a major record label?  ???

I probably should have made a new thread about Kayo, but I just saw this one wasn't being used, so...

I'll check out that thrash band now.

Ok, I checked out all of the songs on their web site. The first song had an annoying speaking part right in the middle of it, and I am not liking the singer at all. The production is a big part of it. They could also use fresh riffs at times.

My favorite song is zombified. The band itself is overall good, but they should really consider dropping that whole horror gimmick. Their web site looked really cheesy to me.


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Chris Misfit on July 12, 2004, 08:52:08 AM
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I just now found out Kayo Dot was formed after Maudlin of the Well broke up. And yes, many people have heard of Maudlin, and they do have a record deal. Sorry for that.  But does Tzadik Records really count as a major record label?  

I probably should have made a new thread about Kayo, but I just saw this one wasn't being used, so...

I put the rules up on your post because, yours was the first post in this page, and people will see them easier. It had nothing to do with Tzadik records.


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Hammy on July 25, 2004, 03:50:13 PM
I recommend Send More Paramedics, who are a thrash/metalcore band. http://www.sendmoreparamedics.com/ I recommend downloading Necromancer, but if you can't find it try one of the MP3's on site......fans of Slayer will like this.
I looked around on direct connect and managed to get 'Drive to Destruction' it starts off like Slayer on Acid then seems more like a regular thrash song nothing too special but i like the talking in the middle then it picks up again i would not go out and buy the CD but at the same time im not deleting the mp3 not bad recommendation : ok: maybe with a few more listens i'll get more of a liking for it :-\

I'm going to recommend a band called Shrapnel for a short while Shrapnel fucked things up at legendary New York and they recorded a few indie singles and released a self titled EP on Elektra Records in 1984.  They lasted about 7 years but only released an EP and a few singles as far as i know.  I would recommend the song Combat Love and if you can't get that go with Go Cruisin'.  They were classed as punk rock but it's got a pop/rock feel to it still very good stuff all the same.  The lead singer also went onto greater things after they split he taught himself the guitar and formed Monster Magnet, yes Shrapnel was led by Dave Wyndorf :smoking:

Edit: As i typed my suggestion ive listened to this Send More Paramedics song a few more times and it's getting better with each listen : ok:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Aava on July 31, 2004, 04:50:34 PM
My Kazaa can?t find anything from Shrapnel. Or, it did find one song, but i was rap..


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Hammy on August 01, 2004, 05:27:28 AM
My Kazaa can?t find anything from Shrapnel. Or, it did find one song, but i was rap..
Sorry i know they are hard to find you can use direct connect or i could e-mail a track to you the files are pretty small


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Aava on August 01, 2004, 04:33:40 PM
Ok, i did listen Shrapnels Combat Love. I liked it, reminds me of the 70?s (once again). I don?t know why, but it did remind me of The Darkness and Beach Boys at the sametime..

I?ll recommend old punk band called Social Distortion and their song Mommy?s Little Monster. It?s basic punk n?roll, hilarious lyrics. They started playing at the early 80?s. Hmm, what else.. Well, I love Mike Ness rough voice!  :P

http://www.socialdistortion.com/audio/qt/mommys.mov


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: badapple81 on August 02, 2004, 04:56:35 AM
Definately very basic.. but I like it! Definately listenable and a neat little guitar solo in there too! Not too sure about the vocals tho..

I recommend an aussie band called Powderfinger.. they are known here and have a deal, but not overseas.. and being as most of you are overseas it counts!? :D

Sooo.. I recommend downloading songs called My Kinda Scene, Up & Down & Back Again and These Days.. whatever appears on Kazaa..

Kinda slower, soulful rock. I think you'll like it.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Hammy on August 08, 2004, 09:04:43 AM
I downloaded Not My Kinda Scene and when the song started i thought it was gonna be another The Calling but they are far superior i loved that song didn't even know it was on the Mission Impossible 2 Soundtrack.? Anyway i downloaded some more songs off the album Odyssey Number Five, the tracks These Days, Like A Dog & The Metre.? I love the way they start out really chilled and mellow, but at the same time building up well to really kick in i seriously think this band could be big over here if they tried promoting themselves anyway thanks for the recommendation dude : ok:

I recommend Hurricane Party, i started a thread on them a while back but i believe only Arron here has heard any of their stuff.? Now i realise you'll find it hard to find their stuff because they have never released anything.? Their debut EP is out August 10th which i hope will sell well but you just never know so ill try and keep spreading the word through this board.? Like ive said before they are like The Darkness but 10 times better they have a great old school feel and are influenced by the likes of Aerosmith, Def Leppard and a whole load of class bands.? Songs to get or PM me for; Last Survivor, Crown of Thorns, Roadster, Magic Hat, Killer.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Skeba on August 17, 2004, 12:00:26 PM
Read the rules you two dolts, you're supposed to check out a previously recommended song before posting your own..

She's got 15 posts, go easy on her...

And you should know better than calling people names here. I know dolt's not too bad, but still.

And Dave_Rose.. With 500 posts, you should know better.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Dave_Rose on August 18, 2004, 06:21:25 PM
Did I miss something here


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: K-Rock on August 18, 2004, 07:26:35 PM
I recommend Hurricane Party, i started a thread on them a while back but i believe only Arron here has heard any of their stuff.? Now i realise you'll find it hard to find their stuff because they have never released anything.? Their debut EP is out August 10th which i hope will sell well but you just never know so ill try and keep spreading the word through this board.? Like ive said before they are like The Darkness but 10 times better they have a great old school feel and are influenced by the likes of Aerosmith, Def Leppard and a whole load of class bands.? Songs to get or PM me for; Last Survivor, Crown of Thorns, Roadster, Magic Hat, Killer.


Hurricane Party is incredible.? I picked up their cd this past Saturday and I love it.? The 5 songs on the Get This EP are so good, I'm surprised they didn't record an entire full-length cd.

You can hear samples of all 5 of the songs on the EP here:
http://music.barnesandnoble.com/search/product.asp?userid=Rt34qNt9f2&ean=60768470125


They remind me of Silvertide who released a 3-song EP in 2002- American Excess.? It was not as good as HP's Get This.? Silvertide si releasing their first full-length cd in late September of this year- Show & Tell.

You can listen to their first single Aint Coming Home by hitting this link.?
http://www.silvertidemusic.com/home.html

They are rock 'n' roll, guitars a' blazing.  Plenty of solo action.  Singer sounds a little like Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes.

The song will automatically be playing when you hit their website.? Lead guitarist Nick Perri is incredible.? I'm sure their cd will be full of Perri solos.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Skeba on August 19, 2004, 02:53:15 AM
Did I miss something here

Yes.. Your now deleted post didn't contain a comment on any of the other songs. Which is required in the rules of the thread displayed at the first post.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Hammy on August 21, 2004, 11:15:41 AM
I recommend Hurricane Party, i started a thread on them a while back but i believe only Arron here has heard any of their stuff.? Now i realise you'll find it hard to find their stuff because they have never released anything.? Their debut EP is out August 10th which i hope will sell well but you just never know so ill try and keep spreading the word through this board.? Like ive said before they are like The Darkness but 10 times better they have a great old school feel and are influenced by the likes of Aerosmith, Def Leppard and a whole load of class bands.? Songs to get or PM me for; Last Survivor, Crown of Thorns, Roadster, Magic Hat, Killer.


Hurricane Party is incredible.? I picked up their cd this past Saturday and I love it.? The 5 songs on the Get This EP are so good, I'm surprised they didn't record an entire full-length cd.

You can hear samples of all 5 of the songs on the EP here:
http://music.barnesandnoble.com/search/product.asp?userid=Rt34qNt9f2&ean=60768470125


They remind me of Silvertide who released a 3-song EP in 2002- American Excess.? It was not as good as HP's Get This.? Silvertide si releasing their first full-length cd in late September of this year- Show & Tell.

You can listen to their first single Aint Coming Home by hitting this link.?
http://www.silvertidemusic.com/home.html

They are rock 'n' roll, guitars a' blazing.? Plenty of solo action.? Singer sounds a little like Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes.

The song will automatically be playing when you hit their website.? Lead guitarist Nick Perri is incredible.? I'm sure their cd will be full of Perri solos.

Well i think that album must of already come out somewhere dude.  I took your advice and looked up Silvertide on Direct Connect i downloaded 2 tracks Foxhole Jesus Christ & Nothing Stays.I like both songs [one more than the other which i will explain later] and i can hear the similarities in the music vocally they are very different though.  I would say the Silvertide vocalist is better but only just he seems to have a more matured voice than Richie Hevanz of Hurricane Party who has a more rough around the edges voice which i think is better for the music so technically Silvertide has the better guy but i still prefer Hurricane's.............sorry if that's confusing.  Out of the 2 songs Foxhole Jesus Christ is the better great bit on the piano at the end and an awesome solo.  The other song although being good is like songs i have heard a million times before and it's missing the great solo it feels somewhat grungy in parts and is definately not a stand-out track i will have to check out more stuff of theirs.  But if you have Windows Media Player i assume you know that when on the net it finds album info e.g. tracklisting etc. well it found Silvertide's Show & Tell when i added the tracks to my media library saying it came out on the 8th of June.

Now for another of my recommendations Medication they only did one album a couple of years ago and had virtually no success or at least none people really remember so i am going to recommend them.  They are fronted by Whitfield Crane formerly of Ugly Kid Joe [also very underated].  The 2 bands are worlds apart so fans of one may not like the other.  Medication are a lot heavier and some would say have Nu-Metal tendancies but i would like to think they are more heavish metal i certainly would not group them with Limp Bizkit & Linkin Park and Whitfield has one of the best voices in rock.  Songs worth checking out are Inside, Something New, No Direction.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: K-Rock on August 21, 2004, 09:41:22 PM

Well i think that album must of already come out somewhere dude.?


It will be released in Japan on August 30th of this year and everywhere else on September 21st or 28th.

But if you have Windows Media Player i assume you know that when on the net it finds album info e.g. tracklisting etc. well it found Silvertide's Show & Tell when i added the tracks to my media library saying it came out on the 8th of June.



It was originally scheduled to be released on June 8th, but got pushed back to September.


I agree on your assessment of the vocalists for Silvertide & Hurricane Party.? Listen to Hurricane Party's "Last Survivor".? On that song Richie sounds like Jon Bon Jovi when he sang "Runaway".? Pretty cool.


Regarding Medication....I wasn't crazy about the music.? I do like Whitfield Crane's voice though.? I guess the music was too dark for me.

Check out Flavor.? I've had a hard time figuring out what style they are.? The best I could come up with was "funk rock".? Check out Must Have Been Dreaming.

http://www.genuineflavor.com/taste.htm

They describe themselves as:? Their music is laced with funky hooks in the spirit of Lenny Kravitz & Maroon 5 with soulful vocals that have been compared to Jeff Buckley & Prince and musicianship reminiscent of Dave Mathews & The Red Hot Chili Peppers.

It's definately different.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Chris Misfit on September 14, 2004, 01:23:26 PM
Right. I tried Hurricane Party. Gosh,  that was bad. Obviously, I was listening to it  on the link that K-Rock posted, but my god what a polished sound. You can tell that these guys are having the big bucks being thrown at them not a bad thing if you can pull it off). I get the impression that these guys are british, trying to act american. I haven't read a biog, so I don't know. but that's what it sounds like. This is terrible though, I honestly cannot say enough bad things about this cliched cock rock crap.

I'm gonna submit Zen Motel. An up and coming rock group from the UK. The song I recomend is a rock n' roll track basicly, although I can hear a bit of a grunge influence in there, it's got a great chorus (great for live shows) and some pretty neat guitar work. Download: Devil Song. http://www.zenmotel.co.uk/zenmotelframeset.htm

I saw these guys a while back, mainly because I heard on the streets they were going to be the next Wildhearts. They could very well be, if they stopped trying to be Nirvana.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Aava on September 23, 2004, 03:39:07 PM
I liked Devil Song. Fast, basic rock n?roll song. But it wasn?t too fast or too unclear. I?m not sure if the "special effect" in singers voice is good or bad.
Anyway, this kind of music is for me! Reminds me of Turbonegro.

So, I?ll recommed Turbonegros Fuck The World. Turbonergo?s norwegian rockn?n roll band. Again basic rock. Intro of this song makes me think of James Bond-movies..  :-X
You should compare Devil Song and Fuck The World, any similarities?


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Chris Misfit on October 08, 2004, 01:01:55 AM
Fuck The world is one of the low points of their last album. Good at the time, but really lacking energy. After a few listens, it gets boring.

My song is The Donnas - Get Rid Of That Girl. Just an awesome sugar punk song off their first album, when they were in 11th grade. I love the energy of this band, unlike other female artists, they actually have some balls to go out and play faster and better than the males, instead of using their tits to sell records. PLAY IT LOUD.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Aava on October 08, 2004, 02:55:15 PM
Fuck The world is one of the low points of their last album.

Nooouu! I love that song, it?s not boring!!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Hammy on October 10, 2004, 11:19:54 AM
Right. I tried Hurricane Party. Gosh,? that was bad. Obviously, I was listening to it? on the link that K-Rock posted, but my god what a polished sound.
Yeah they are british and i guess maybe they are trying to sound american but you should check them out live if you get the chance that is where they really shine, at the same time if you don't like cock rock you won't like them.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: jarmo on June 23, 2005, 03:36:36 PM
Let's restart this.


Burning Brides "Leave No Ashes".

Maybe this is the biggest band in the world that everybody knows about, I wouldn't know since I never listen to the radio or watch MTV.

The song is a great rock n' roll song, go listen to it and recommend something else people can listen to.




/jarmo


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: *Izzy* on June 24, 2005, 06:26:45 AM
I checked that song out and I think it was average at best. The bass riff and guitar riff seem identical and the riff seems to just repeat itself without leading up to anything else and the solo was okay if not too electronic? :-\

I recommend "So Damn Tight" by Rattlesnake Remedy, it's just kick ass rock n' roll

rattlesnakeremedy.com (http://rattlesnakeremedy.com)

 :smoking: Izzy? :smoking:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: R4tfink on July 23, 2005, 06:58:42 PM
This thread is not nearly as alive as it should be....

Anything by the following...

Choking Victim
Leftover Crack
Unseen
Operation Ivy

All punk/Hardcore bands.





Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Hammy on August 01, 2005, 07:00:55 PM
Listened to a Rattlesnake Remedy song very medicore, i mean it's my kind of music they were just real poor at it the vocalist was nothing to write home about.  I searched for a Operation Ivy song and downloaded Junkie's Runnin' Dry (the title appealed to me).  Pretty cool punk got a catchy feel to it, nothing to special but with it being an Arron recommendation i'm guessing i need to be mashed to full appreciate and im in the midst of rolling so my opinion of it may improve.

Ok here's a rarity for you.  In 1989 Monster Magnet released Forget About Life I'm High On Dope on a limited number of vinyls (Yes they are big now, well kinda but they weren't when they put this out).  Now it's never come out on CD (officially) so it may be a bit of a mission to find it, if you can't pm me and i'll send it to you it's called Eightball.

......And estranged.1098........dude.......go read the fucking rules on page 1...have a nice day :rant:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Walk on August 02, 2005, 08:36:04 PM
Ok here's a rarity for you.  In 1989 Monster Magnet released Forget About Life I'm High On Dope on a limited number of vinyls (Yes they are big now, well kinda but they weren't when they put this out).  Now it's never come out on CD (officially) so it may be a bit of a mission to find it, if you can't pm me and i'll send it to you it's called Eightball.

Eightball is heavy, I dig it.  :smoking: Somehow, I think it could have been an interesting black metal song.

For my recommendation, check out Jag Panzer's album Ample Destruction. Or, just any song off it. The whole thing is great! JP is more well known these days, but good luck getting your hands on AD. Piracy is the only really reliable way to get at it, arr. ;)


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: armstrong on August 11, 2005, 05:14:32 AM
supared - lets be sunlike  :love:


and anything by

helloween
edguy
freedom call
avantasia  :P


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Hammy on August 11, 2005, 07:03:26 PM
JP is more well known these days, but good luck getting your hands on AD. Piracy is the only really reliable way to get at it, arr. ;)
:hihi: can't be too well known i've never heard of them and i would like to think i haven't been living under a rock.  Piracy worked anyway, i downloaded the whole album off Direct Connect.  I really like the stuff, some awesome guitar playing, great fast tempo stuff on tracks like Cardiac Arrest.  I love the slow building intro on Eyes of the Night.  The vocals are pretty good to i'd describe them as a cross between Bruce Dickinson & Paul Di'Annio(think i got the spelling correct there).  Anywayz i'd say that's one of the best recommendations so far, only thing that i did not like were the real dodgy backing vocals on Warfare but that's a very minor complaint.  Are they British btw?

As for other recommendations i only checked out one of Arron's and i overlooked Armstrong's too so here's a list for people to check out;
Choking Victim
Leftover Crack
Unseen

Supared - Let's Be Sunlike
Helloween
Edguy
Freedom Call
Avantasia 


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Walk on August 11, 2005, 09:52:13 PM
Jag Panzer is American power metal. Ample Destruction came out in 1984, and was a groundbreaking album for power metal. Helloween helped start the European type of power metal. For Helloween, the Keeper of the 7 Keys (parts 1 and 2) are their 2 masterpieces, but Wall of Jerico and The Dark Ride are good too.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Emerald Blues on August 12, 2005, 03:35:31 PM
Pink Floyd-Coming Back To Life
Radiohead-Sulk
Ataxia-Dust
Alot of John Frusciante songs,too long to list..
Alot of The Who and The Kinks...


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: *Izzy* on August 12, 2005, 06:25:15 PM
I think a new thread should be started where people can just post the names of random artists that they recommend because this thread is getting out of control

 :smoking: Izzy? :smoking:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Hammy on August 12, 2005, 06:29:57 PM
I think a new thread should be started where people can just post the names of random artists that they recommend because this thread is getting out of control

 :smoking: Izzy? :smoking:
There is one for the 'commercial' bands it just ain't a sticky...i'll get the link in a sec, if people just learned to read rules there would be no problem, this thread is good when used properly, problem is not only do people list obvious bands and artists they fail to even offer a reason why

Here you go all you incompetent fools who can't read rules, you wanna abuse a thread off ya go http://www.heretodaygonetohell.com/board/index.php?topic=14487.0


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: *Izzy* on August 12, 2005, 06:52:23 PM
Thanks for finding that, you just might have saved this thread

 :smoking: Izzy? :smoking:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Skeletor on August 14, 2005, 06:18:21 AM
I think one reason why this thread isn't working so well is that people have such varied tastes in music; Guns N' Roses is a popular band and listened to by a wide range of people. On another board I go to, visited by fans of a not so well known prog band, people have been giving out lots of song/band recommendations, and it's worked out really well because we've all got very similar tastes - a lot people have found their favorite new bands that way. (my most recent find: Agalloch.. oh my fucking god? :drool:) It's at a point where you can actually trust the recommendations and download/buy the material, because there's a 90% chance you'll love it.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Walk on August 15, 2005, 11:28:57 PM
Here's another one for you guys.

Hellhammer- Triumph Of Death  :peace:

This one is from their Apocalyptic Raids demo. This band was so tr00 and kvlt, they never released an album, only demos. Celtic Frost, the band formed after Hellhammer split, is more familiar, but I never really got into them. Hellhammer, however, is the real stuff! It's unbelievable how heavy this song is for ~1982. It ranks up there with Black Sabbath and Beyond The Realms Of Death. It's also very important historically in the development of black metal, even if it's mostly doomy in sound.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: jarmo on August 18, 2005, 05:45:40 PM
The song/album Master of Puppets by Metallica.

This thread does not work like that!


These are the rules, everybody thinking of posting in this thread, pay attention:


  • Apart from B-Sides/Rare songs, please do not add a song by a band with a major record deal, or bands who get serious airplay.
  • If you wish to recommend a song, please describe the band, and song.
  • Post your own recommended independent albums/songs only after commenting on another album or song previously posted.
  • You can however add songs by bands, who have recently hit the big time, but maybe have a few albums (released on indies) the majority have not heard.





/jarmo


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: jarmo on August 18, 2005, 06:17:12 PM
Yeah, and you still do the same thing.


You're breaking all the rules:


Apart from B-Sides/Rare songs, please do not add a song by a band with a major record deal, or bands who get serious airplay.

You list well known songs by huge bands.


If you wish to recommend a song, please describe the band, and song.

You don't have any song descriptions.

Post your own recommended independent albums/songs only after commenting on another album or song previously posted.

You didn't comment on the previous recommended song.


You can however add songs by bands, who have recently hit the big time, but maybe have a few albums (released on indies) the majority have not heard.

Your songs are well known.


/jarmo


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: N.I.B on August 18, 2005, 08:21:22 PM
I seriously recommend a song called When Demons Awake by a band called Rhapsody. It combines elements from Black Metal and Classic Heavy Metal. It has Metallica-speed guitarwork and it includes frequent keyboard work in the song with somewhat "tolerable" vocals; meaning that the singer cna be understood...to a degree. The band is a newer band, with an album release in 2003 (i think) and i recommend oyu guys listen to the song. :headbanger:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Walk on August 18, 2005, 10:36:33 PM
Newer? Rhapsody has been around for over a decade, with 5 albums out so far. They are also very well known by metal standards. I've never been overly impressed by them. They're like a watered down Manowar, even though Joey DeMaio supposedly likes them.

Actually, it might be a problem if too many kvlt obscure bands are posted, since it can be very hard to find them. My Hellhammer recommendation is rather well known as influential, though...

Anyway, about the song. It's ok power metal, better than Nightwish, but not as good as Dragonforce and Symphony X. The orchestra type singing just doesn't work better than a single talented singer. The guitars sound fine, but not exceptional. Rhapsody and Power Quest, meh, I just don't get Italian power metal.

It sounds nothing like black metal, by the way. ;)


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: N.I.B on August 19, 2005, 11:19:04 PM
Newer? Rhapsody has been around for over a decade, with 5 albums out so far. They are also very well known by metal standards. I've never been overly impressed by them. They're like a watered down Manowar, even though Joey DeMaio supposedly likes them.

Actually, it might be a problem if too many kvlt obscure bands are posted, since it can be very hard to find them. My Hellhammer recommendation is rather well known as influential, though...

Anyway, about the song. It's ok power metal, better than Nightwish, but not as good as Dragonforce and Symphony X. The orchestra type singing just doesn't work better than a single talented singer. The guitars sound fine, but not exceptional. Rhapsody and Power Quest, meh, I just don't get Italian power metal.

It sounds nothing like black metal, by the way. ;)

I just started listening ot them recently and i had no idea they were around so long. Also, black metal by guys like children of bodom give rhapsody that "black metal touch" My appologies.

speaking of which, i reccomend also lisetning to Chokehold (Coked N' Loaded) by Children of Bodom. Altough I'm not a big fan of black metal, i give this song credit for the up-and-coming guitar genious Alexei Lahio. The song flows pretty well, and hints of "old school" metal is eveident, though slightly.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Walk on August 20, 2005, 12:39:44 AM
Children Of Bodom barely, if at all, qualifies as black metal. Dimmu Borgir isn't kvlt, either. They're more of a power metal with harsh vocals and distorted guitars, but not really black metal at all. For some real, tr00 black metal, get Darkthrone, Burzum, Emperor, Bathory, Enslaved, Graveland, Immortal, Summoning, Ulver, Gorgoroth, Arcturus, Ildjarn, and Mayhem. Yeah, all of those are worthy. Yes, I love black metal. :)


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: N.I.B on August 25, 2005, 12:21:17 PM
Children Of Bodom barely, if at all, qualifies as black metal. Dimmu Borgir isn't kvlt, either. They're more of a power metal with harsh vocals and distorted guitars, but not really black metal at all. For some real, tr00 black metal, get Darkthrone, Burzum, Emperor, Bathory, Enslaved, Graveland, Immortal, Summoning, Ulver, Gorgoroth, Arcturus, Ildjarn, and Mayhem. Yeah, all of those are worthy. Yes, I love black metal. :)

burned again....ok ill shut up  :)


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Aava on August 25, 2005, 04:31:34 PM
Sorry, this is off topic, or at least i?m breaking some rules of this thread..

Anyway, have any of you bought/heard Children Of Bodom?s new single In Your Face? The single-cd includes cover version of Britney Spears Oops, I Did It Again. It?s pretty funny.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Queen of Everything on August 25, 2005, 06:18:12 PM
I really like this band that opened for Motley Crue called Silvertide

They have some good songs:

devils daughter
California Rain
Blue Jeans
Aint coming home

I really like them - Check em out!!!!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Hammy on August 26, 2005, 06:41:37 AM
I really like this band that opened for Motley Crue called Silvertide

They have some good songs:

devils daughter
California Rain
Blue Jeans
Aint coming home

I really like them - Check em out!!!!
Here ya go a 4 page thread on 'em http://www.heretodaygonetohell.com/board/index.php?topic=15984.0


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Rob on August 28, 2005, 08:03:56 PM
Sorry, this is off topic, or at least i?m breaking some rules of this thread..

Anyway, have any of you bought/heard Children Of Bodom?s new single In Your Face? The single-cd includes cover version of Britney Spears Oops, I Did It Again. It?s pretty funny.

I heard about that, sounds like it would be hilarious.  They cover some weird songs.  They covered Andrew W. K.'s She Is Beautiful, and Poison's Talk Dirty To Me as well.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Queen of Everything on August 29, 2005, 02:44:06 AM
I really like this band that opened for Motley Crue called Silvertide

They have some good songs:

devils daughter
California Rain
Blue Jeans
Aint coming home

I really like them - Check em out!!!!
Here ya go a 4 page thread on 'em http://www.heretodaygonetohell.com/board/index.php?topic=15984.0

Ohhh!!! Thankyou!!!  ;D  They're awesome, arent they!! I mentioned them because NO-ONE knows of them in Aus... So i thought i should mention their greatness


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Nytunz on August 29, 2005, 08:42:14 PM
David Bowie - Bring back the disco king
Tool - Pushit
Tool - Third Eye
Ronin - Ghost


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: makane on August 31, 2005, 03:12:37 PM
what other "faster" songs do STP have? i mean like crackerman, sex type thing... ?


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Queen of Everything on August 31, 2005, 07:23:48 PM
STP - have
Big Bang Baby!!
Wicked Garden!
Dead and Bloated

They are the three - plus Sex Type thing etc that i have that are pretty fast!!  : ok:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Kitano on September 09, 2005, 09:24:11 PM
No one should go through their lives without listening to "man of the world" by fleetwood mac,


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Ignatius on September 10, 2005, 11:49:15 AM

This thread is a mess...still.

I wanted to post a recommendation here but I don't know which song am I supposed to listen to first.

I guess I'll go with the one Aava posted last since that's the only song on page four that follows the rules.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: jarmo on October 10, 2005, 03:58:16 PM
Please stick to the few simple rules of this thread.




/jarmo


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Carlos_f_Rose on October 10, 2005, 09:08:37 PM
mmm I recommend a song to everyone
its Morrisey and its called, How soon is now?-.... Hope you enjoy it...

@,+,+.+.+,++


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Aava on October 12, 2005, 06:17:39 AM
I listened Morisseys How Soon Is Now.

Well, alternative rock, melancholic, a pit boring and very 80s like.


I recommend a finnish band Full Diesel and their song No Mans Land. Their music is kinda melodic hard rock/heavy. The band have been playing together about two years. They have released two EPs; Full Diesel and Gun Shy. Video game FlatOut, which has been published worldwide, includes two songs from their first demo on the game soundtrack.

No Mans Land?s from their first EP. If you liked the song, you should also listen Deathbed Lullaby from Gun Shy-EP (a pit heavier than No Mans Land) and King Of Defeat from Full Diesel-EP.

You?ll find all their song from http://www.fulldiesel.info --> media


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Carlos_f_Rose on October 12, 2005, 07:02:58 PM
Aava, and friends, I recommend you to listen to Morrisey's There is a light that never goes out, and First of the gang to die, its kind of the same style,  but I like it... hope you do too


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Aava on October 12, 2005, 08:01:22 PM
I recommend you to listen to Morrisey's There is a light that never goes out

Yeah, but you can?t.

You have to listen to my recommendations first.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Carlos_f_Rose on October 14, 2005, 04:03:09 PM
I recommend you to listen to Morrisey's There is a light that never goes out

Yeah, but you can?t.

You have to listen to my recommendations first.

oh sorry Aava, and you are right Ill download the songs first, then we will talk ;)


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: kaasupoltin on October 17, 2005, 09:00:47 AM
Listen to some Hurriganes  8) Download the whole Roadrunner album and you wont be dissapointed  : ok:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Ignatius on October 19, 2005, 10:58:50 AM

I've listened to Avaa's recomendations.

I know Avaa will hate me for saying this? :P but No man's land sounded just like anything Creed has done before. It's a much heavier version, but the vocals sound like Creed's singer (which is not a good thing)

The other song, Deathbed Lullaby was better. The guitar solo is ok, but the riffs are still average.



Alright, my turn now.

Listen to Frank Black. He formed the Pixies in the late 80's. The song I've uploaded belongs to one of his solo records.? Whether you like grunge or not, bands like Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Foo Fighters... have stated many times to be influenced by the Boston Quartet.

The song I chose closed Frank's Black album "Cult of Ray". It's an autobigraphical song about a foreign exchange student beaten to death by his school mates 25 years ago. Not a very happy theme, but a great song to say the least. Alternative - pop sounds and melodies with an amazing guitar solo at the very end of the song.

Enjoy? : ok:

http://s62.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=2IYSAX7ASVYF10WR928TJML67M


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Hammy on October 19, 2005, 01:20:58 PM
Awesome song dude and that is a great solo at the end! The song seemed to have a lot more depth than his Pixies work good to see he can make equally good but different music while still retaining the Pixiesesque vibe, is the rest of his solo stuff like that? At this point in time i have no great recommendations that i haven't already made anyway i suggest you all check out this track so; Check out Ignatius' recommendation : ok:


Listen to Frank Black. He formed the Pixies in the late 80's. The song I've uploaded belongs to one of his solo records.  Whether you like grunge or not, bands like Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Foo Fighters... have stated many times to be influenced by the Boston Quartet.

The song I chose closed Frank's Black album "Cult of Ray". It's an autobigraphical song about a foreign exchange student beaten to death by his school mates 25 years ago. Not a very happy theme, but a great song to say the least. Alternative - pop sounds and melodies with an amazing guitar solo at the very end of the song.

Enjoy 

http://s62.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=2IYSAX7ASVYF10WR928TJML67M





Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on October 19, 2005, 10:54:46 PM
I really like the vocals on this particular track. Pretty good tempo etc. The solo is pretty damn good actually. Thanks for pointing this tune out to me.


For my recommendation i suggest listen to this newish Danish band called "Who Made Who". Kinda a mixture of Disco and some punk i guess. Hard to explain. Anyways here is a link to their song "Out The Door" http://homepage.mac.com/WebObjects/FileSharing.woa/wa/Who_Made_Who_-_06_-_Out_the_door.mp3.mp3?a=downloadFile&user=kjmatteson&path=.Music/Who%20Made%20Who%20-%2006%20-%20Out%20the%20door.mp3


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Aava on October 20, 2005, 07:51:08 AM

I've listened to Avaa's recomendations.

I know Avaa will hate me for saying this  :P but No man's land sounded just like anything Creed has done before.

OMG, that was the worst comparison ever! You?re right, i will hate you from now on and not gonna listen to your recommendation!  :P

And it?s Aava by the way..


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Ignatius on October 20, 2005, 08:00:48 AM

I've listened to Avaa's recomendations.

I know Avaa will hate me for saying this? :P but No man's land sounded just like anything Creed has done before.

OMG, that was the worst comparison ever! You?re right, i will hate you from now on and not gonna listen to your recommendation!? :P

And it?s Aava by the way..

Oops.--sorry.

I seem to have some difficulties when spelling finish names.  :hihi:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Skeletor on October 20, 2005, 12:31:02 PM
Oops.--sorry.

I seem to have some difficulties when spelling finish names.  :hihi:

It's Finnish :P


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: PJ on October 20, 2005, 12:38:35 PM
i recommend everything by GUIDED BY VOICES
they are so cool...
you can go to their official site... and download a bunch of stuff...
Everybody Thinks I'm A Raincloud (When I'm Not Looking) from theirn last album (last ever also :P) is a very good song...


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on October 20, 2005, 01:24:19 PM
i recommend everything by GUIDED BY VOICES
they are so cool...
you can go to their official site... and download a bunch of stuff...
Everybody Thinks I'm A Raincloud (When I'm Not Looking) from theirn last album (last ever also :P) is a very good song...

Listen to my song 1st friend! Then i'll( or someone else) will check out yours  : ok:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Ignatius on October 20, 2005, 02:32:47 PM
Oops.--sorry.

I seem to have some difficulties when spelling finish names.? :hihi:

It's Finnish :P

For the love of GOD!!!? Thx for bringing that into my attention Skelettor? ;) (that, I did it on purpose)

I'm making an complete fool of myself...I better shut up know.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: AxlsMainMan on October 28, 2005, 12:52:27 PM
I really like the vocals on this particular track. Pretty good tempo etc. The solo is pretty damn good actually. Thanks for pointing this tune out to me.


For my recommendation i suggest listen to this newish Danish band called "Who Made Who". Kinda a mixture of Disco and some punk i guess. Hard to explain. Anyways here is a link to their song "Out The Door" http://homepage.mac.com/WebObjects/FileSharing.woa/wa/Who_Made_Who_-_06_-_Out_the_door.mp3.mp3?a=downloadFile&user=kjmatteson&path=.Music/Who%20Made%20Who%20-%2006%20-%20Out%20the%20door.mp3

Evolution, great recommendation, its definately being placed on my Ipod's rotation list. Your right as well, this type of music I find very hard to classify as it touches on both disco and punk as you said, but to me sounds like its has maybe mild emo influences too. Is their band name a reference to AC/DC on purpose or just called themselves that for the hell of it.

As for my recommendation dude, I forget if you like hip-hop but you will when Im done with you :D

I strongly am telling you to download "Liberal Arts" by Canibus and Jedi Mind Tricks. There is just so many good aspects that make this song what it is, and the reverb will be stuck in your head for quite some time. I dont care who tells you Dre has the best beats, fuck that Stoupe of Jedi annihilates him.
Song is only 2 verses, Canibus is 1st then my boy Vinnie Paz. Hope you enjoy evolution because the production is something else.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: BORN TO DIE on November 21, 2005, 12:45:20 PM
im sorry if somebody before me recomend this song,but i would like to recomend you song called

''BULLY''


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: jarmo on November 21, 2005, 12:49:08 PM
im sorry if somebody before me recomend this song,but i would like to recomend you song called

''BULLY''


Posts like this one will be deleted from the thread.

Please pay attention to the simple rules of this thread. Otherwise the whole purpose is lost.



/jarmo


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Jonathan on November 22, 2005, 03:20:32 PM
Hardcore Superstar - We Don't Celebrate Sundays


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on November 22, 2005, 07:28:24 PM
Hardcore Superstar - We Don't Celebrate Sundays

You have to listen to "Liberal Arts" by Canibus and Jedi Mind Tricks as selected by AxlsMainMan first.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: AxlsMainMan on November 22, 2005, 08:16:45 PM
Hardcore Superstar - We Don't Celebrate Sundays

You have to listen to "Liberal Arts" by Canibus and Jedi Mind Tricks as selected by AxlsMainMan first.

Have you listened to Liberal Arts by Jedi and Canibus yet Evo? :P

C'mon even if you guys hate rap, that song is simply off the chain! If you dont like, try Mic Mastery by 7L & Esoteric...now thats mad skills!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: ryan_of_lax on November 23, 2005, 12:07:37 AM
Shine A Light by Wolf Parade
Cold by The Cure
Like Eating Glass by Bloc Party

That is all


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Ignatius on November 23, 2005, 04:22:32 PM

Man...this is ridiculous.

Two things can be happening:

A) some people are not reading the rules

B)They are reading the rules, but just want to take the piss anyway and increase their post count.

I'm leaning more towards option A, but it wouldn't surprise me if these posters actually read the rules but are posting anyway.

I think we should delete the rules for this thread and see what happens, if this thread gets a lot of posts, then we'll know people are actually reading the rules.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Aava on November 23, 2005, 04:55:50 PM
If people are so stupid, they can?t read/get the rules/see a last post in the thread, it?s moderators job to keep this thread clean.

We have a mainstream-song-recommandation-thread here
http://www.heretodaygonetohell.com/board/index.php?topic=14487.0


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Hammy on November 23, 2005, 04:58:54 PM
A) some people are not reading the rules
Most people think they have great music taste....

they want people to listen to THEIR music....

they see the title of this thread and post straight away without reading it or looking through it...

and since the whole point of this thread is for people to share and discover new music then that's quite stupid...

just seems like pointless post count boosters...

it keeps happening though, there's people who've posted, had their posts deleted and come back weeks later and done it again, chances are because the stupid fuckers never viewed the thread the first time they did not the second and so failed to realise their stupid ass post had been deleted...

On the solution side of things...

....the thread title could be edited by a mod to....

Songs you recommend to people (Read the Fucking Rules!)

Songs you recommend to people (No Big Name Artists)

Songs you recommend to people (Noobs, Feck off)


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on November 23, 2005, 05:05:44 PM
Have you listened to Liberal Arts by Jedi and Canibus yet Evo? :P

No sir! But then again i haven't recommended a song either


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Aava on November 23, 2005, 05:06:56 PM
....the thread title could be edited by a mod to....

Agreed.


Songs you recommend to people (Noobs, Feck off)


I like this one...


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: AxlsMainMan on November 23, 2005, 05:30:45 PM
Have you listened to Liberal Arts by Jedi and Canibus yet Evo? :P

No sir! But then again i haven't recommended a song either

You recommended "Who Made Who" and i listened and quite enjoyed.

Tis time for you to do the same me boy!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on November 23, 2005, 08:35:45 PM
Oh ok i will.



I'll have you know i interrupted AFD for this :hihi:

Well i downloaded it and i thought the music to it was great. However rap isn't my bag baby. So i didn't enjoy it all that much. I can kinda see why a rap fan would though. He is fairly agressive on the mic there.


Ok for my pick i choose "Time Has Come" by Logan. A scottish rock band in a similar vein to Creed and maybe some Bon Jovi in there. Your gonna have to PM me for this one as they havent got a record deal yet so it isn't widely avaliable.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: josh85 on November 30, 2005, 11:31:00 AM
i see a darkness by 'bonnie prince billy', its a bit of a folky tune with some real passion. johnny cash covered it on one of the american recordings and both versions are well worth a listen, the bonnie prince takes the prize though.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on November 30, 2005, 12:23:09 PM
i see a darkness by 'bonnie prince billy', its a bit of a folky tune with some real passion. johnny cash covered it on one of the american recordings and both versions are well worth a listen, the bonnie prince takes the prize though.

Sorry Josh. Rules are you gotta listen to the song i recommended and give a short review, then someone else checks out your track ;)


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Eazy E on November 30, 2005, 12:24:43 PM
i see a darkness by 'bonnie prince billy', its a bit of a folky tune with some real passion. johnny cash covered it on one of the american recordings and both versions are well worth a listen, the bonnie prince takes the prize though.

Holy flying fuck!

Is it possible to have a hidden thread? ?So the only post in the "Songs you recommend to people" thread is the rules and a link to the hidden thread, so that way people can't avoid the rules?

Anyways, could you post a yousendit link for the song you're talking about Evo?


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on November 30, 2005, 01:43:30 PM
Anyways, could you post a yousendit link for the song you're talking about Evo?

http://s62.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=0NRN85J3J4N302YVHGDYRFDEVM

i sure can


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: josh85 on December 02, 2005, 12:30:24 AM
i see, well thats what happens when you post on a thread without checking it out properly first. my bad!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on December 02, 2005, 10:38:06 AM
i see, well thats what happens when you post on a thread without checking it out properly first. my bad!

No bother, who's checked out my tune then?  ;)


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: AxlsMainMan on December 06, 2005, 05:42:02 PM
i see, well thats what happens when you post on a thread without checking it out properly first. my bad!

No bother, who's checked out my tune then?? ;)

Hey Evo, your link didnt work for me so I had to rip it off Limewire...fucking rare track there was only maybe 3 files for share.

I didnt really have high expectations since you compared it to two of my least favorite musicians-> Bon Jovi and Creed :P

Nonetheless, I gave it a listen with an open mind and I was much more impressed with this track then the disco-esque thing you previously recommended. It sounds incredibly modern, yet isnt lacking the originality or aggression that too many up and coming rock acts lack. The guitar riff are delightfully simple and the chorus is great to daydream too while singing..great pick : ok:

My recommendation to you (and hopefully you havnt already heard it!) is "Villian" by Canadian Idol finalist Jacob Hoggard's band HEDLEY. Dont the Canadian Idol thing scare you away, this guy made it to the finals for a reason...because he can fucking sing his lungs out! This band is located in Vancouver and slowly but surely they are branching out in popularity everywhere.

This is the bands first single, but there are plenty more to come since the whole cd kicks ass! The best way I can describe the type of music is a cross between Finch and AFI, with the poppy goodness of Blink-182 sprinkled on top. Jacob sounds like Rob Thomas for the first verse but once he gets to the chorus hes a screamer! His voice meshes flawlessly with a killer bass riff and gutar riffage..I most hope you enjoy this tune dude!...and if you like download "On My Own" its not as good as Villian but its good nonetheless.  : ok:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on December 07, 2005, 05:47:47 PM
This sounds alright. I get you with the bassline and he has a cool voice. Sounds like he is holding back to me at times. He should show off more! All in all i like and the solo-esque break down is good.


My next recommendation is "Virus With Shoes" by Little Hell. You may recognize it from VH1's VR special. Their singer is the English guy who got flown in.


Pretty unknown band with a killer chorus and vocals. Punky rocky kind of tune. Enjoy!


http://s64.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=3NQ5BPDX0ECC931DNYQZBBG36I


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Queen of Everything on December 09, 2005, 04:46:01 AM
Wolfmother - Minds Eye


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Jim on December 09, 2005, 05:32:06 AM
Wolfmother - Minds Eye

Look, love.

I'll give you some advice.

Try reading more than just the title of a thread before posting in it, yeah?


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Eazy E on December 09, 2005, 05:34:06 AM
My next recommendation is "Virus With Shoes" by Little Hell.

K, I've listened to both of the songs posted by Evo... I like this one better than the first one (Logan). ?For some reason the Logan song reminded me of Three Doors Down?

Anyways, I liked the chorus on Virus With Shoes but I'm iffy on some of the distorted screaming.

I'm going to recommend a Canadian band that I think comes from Montreal. ?I'm actually not sure if they are still together at this point, but they had a string of singles that were fantastic. ?I guess they're blues based rock.. but with an occasional reggae influence. ?I think they also did a few albums where they recoded the full album in both French and English. ?Anyways, they're called Big Sugar....

This is "Nicotina":
http://s39.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=376E2EVXSVB9B1TS9Y3IYEVBKT


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Queen of Everything on December 09, 2005, 05:37:19 AM
Wolfmother - Minds Eye

Look, love.

I'll give you some advice.

Try reading more than just the title of a thread before posting in it, yeah?

I did... and It asked for songs that wern't popular or much heard of... Im sorry but where I am from... No-one has heard of Wolf Mother?!  >:(


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Eazy E on December 09, 2005, 05:39:55 AM
I did... and It asked for songs that wern't popular or much heard of... Im sorry but where I am from... No-one has heard of Wolf Mother?! >:(

I think the biggest problem in the thread is this:

Quote
Post your own recommended independent albums/songs only after commenting on another album or song previously posted.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Queen of Everything on December 09, 2005, 05:43:56 AM
I think the biggest problem in the thread is this:

Quote
Post your own recommended independent albums/songs only after commenting on another album or song previously posted.
Woah. Sorry... 

The song is like The White Stripes... Kinda Old School.  SImple Music.  SOme references to Black Sabbath in some songs.  (Iron Maiden)  I think anyone who really likes the white stripes will really like WolfMother!!!  : ok:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Eazy E on December 09, 2005, 05:46:25 AM
The song is like The White Stripes... Kinda Old School. SImple Music. SOme references to Black Sabbath in some songs. (Iron Maiden) I think anyone who really likes the white stripes will really like WolfMother!!! : ok:

lol... No.... that's this rule:

Quote
If you wish to recommend a song, please describe the band, and song.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Queen of Everything on December 09, 2005, 07:32:29 AM
The song is like The White Stripes... Kinda Old School. SImple Music. SOme references to Black Sabbath in some songs. (Iron Maiden) I think anyone who really likes the white stripes will really like WolfMother!!! : ok:

lol... No.... that's this rule:

Quote
If you wish to recommend a song, please describe the band, and song.
Argh... Im sorry?  This is a very confussing thread (No Jim, before you insult my intelligence... shut up)

I have Posted before about Silvertide and I said something about STP... so Im not sure if that counts... but Anyway!  Just Check out Wolfmother ok? lol


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on December 09, 2005, 11:40:23 AM
You have to check out the previous poster's song first, then write a short review, and THEN you make your pick  : ok:


I gave Nicotina a blast and i really enjoyed it! Something to strut to.  : ok:

Pretty uplifting chorus and good fun to jam along to. I learnt the bass to it.


I love this thread, so many new bands to discover.


My pick , just so drama queens song will be heard is Wolfmother - Minds Eye


I havent got a copy so either drama qween can supply or Limewire it?


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Sparksry on December 09, 2005, 06:15:08 PM
I would have to recomend both holy mountains by System and also Bat Country By Avenged Sevenfold


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on December 09, 2005, 08:24:31 PM
I would have to recomend both holy mountains by System and also Bat Country By Avenged Sevenfold

Does ANYONE read the fucking rules??? They are even in the post above yours!


Listen to this first, give your opinion, then make your pick my friend

Wolfmother - Minds Eye http://s49.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=0OT2HOUA6IN48127BUARSIDM8M



Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Hammy on December 10, 2005, 09:31:50 AM
Does ANYONE read the fucking rules??? They are even in the post above yours!
I refer you to my previous idea;

On the solution side of things...

....the thread title could be edited by a mod to....

Songs you recommend to people (Read the Fucking Rules!)

Songs you recommend to people (No Big Name Artists)

Songs you recommend to people (Noobs, Feck off)


Or this one which i quite like if it's possible it's a cracking idea......(only downside is i still see the morons 'skipping over' the rules and making the same mistakes...)

Is it possible to have a hidden thread? ?So the only post in the "Songs you recommend to people" thread is the rules and a link to the hidden thread, so that way people can't avoid the rules?

Anyway either way something needs doing, a permanent solution is needed, i must of PM'd Jarmo about 10 times in the past on totally seperate occasions asking him to clear things up, and he does, he delete's the stupid (posts that is....if only it was members ;)) and posts a message which is always ignored.? If i remember correctly originally the rules were mean't to be re-posted at the top of EVERY page.? Although looking at this page that clearly won't work since someone has made an incorrect posted blind siding (love that wrestling term :hihi:) the previous one which has the rules in.? FOR FUCKS SAKE!


This is the current song:

Wolfmother - Minds Eye http://s49.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=0OT2HOUA6IN48127BUARSIDM8M

And these are the rules
Quote
Please read...

Apart from B-Sides/Rare songs, please do not add a song by a band with a major record deal, or bands who get serious airplay.
If you wish to recommend a song, please describe the band, and song.
Post your own recommended independent albums/songs only after commenting on another album or song previously posted.
You can however add songs by bands, who have recently hit the big time, but maybe have a few albums (released on indies) the majority have not heard
.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Eazy E on December 15, 2005, 12:26:04 AM
Ok, I listened to Minds Eye... I hope other people download this track because it's really good.  At first I thought it was going to be some slow depressing song, but by the time that little keyboard breakdown kicked in I was enjoying it a lot.  I guess I could kind of see the White Stripes comparison because it's "simple".  Anyways, good recommendation!

K, I'd like to recommend a hip hop track, hopefully it will sway someone that can't stand the "rims and bitches" rap.  Anyone who likes Gorillaz should be able to dig this one... it's from a new album by "DangerDoom", which is a collaboration between MF Doom and DJ Danger Mouse.  Danger Mouse is well known now because of the Grey Album, he also produced the Gorillaz CD (MF Doom is on "November Has Come", BTW).  The only way I can describe Danger Mouse's production is "bouncy".

I recommend the song "Old School - DangerDoom Featuring Talib Kweli"... it should be on LimeWire, or I could hook up a yousendit link.  Don't take it seriously, just put it on, kick back and enjoy!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: journey on December 23, 2005, 04:11:13 AM
DangerDoom - Old School *Recommended by Eazy E* (see I'm following the rules haha)

I liked it somewhat. I guess I'll have to listen a few more times to really appreciate it. I also listened to Sofa King. That's a fun song.

I'll recommend "Twisted Transister" by Korn. This is from their new album, See You On The Other Side.






Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: D on December 23, 2005, 03:19:25 PM
DangerDoom - Old School *Recommended by Eazy E* (see I'm following the rules haha)

I liked it somewhat. I guess I'll have to listen a few more times to really appreciate it. I also listened to Sofa King. That's a fun song.

I'll recommend "Twisted Transister" by Korn. This is from their new album, See You On The Other Side.








Twisted Transistor is the motherfuckin Mad Notes

I really think that Korn Band has a bright future! : ok:

Self publicity but Fuck u all if u dont like it! :hihi:

Download my song "Half Page"


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: ClintroN on December 23, 2005, 07:30:51 PM
WOLFMOTHER

I recommend this to EVERYONE on this site, seen em' twice n' they are the ducks nuts!! :beer: :beer:

pure RN'R!!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Queen of Everything on December 24, 2005, 01:05:23 AM

Twisted Transistor is the motherfuckin Mad Notes

I really think that Korn Band has a bright future! : ok:

Self publicity but Fuck u all if u dont like it! :hihi:

Download my song "Half Page"

I downloaded "Half Note"  It was cool!!  Reminded me of Greenday for some reason?!  But the old good stuff!!!  Think "Smoothed out"   ;D

I recommend "Me and the Moon"  by Something Corperate.   ;D


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Mr. Dick Purple on December 24, 2005, 02:21:03 PM
Hey I just heard your song D it was cool  : ok:
Hey dramma it didn't sound anything like greenday at all.
I even put it on my CD to hear in the car, the chorus is catchy I think a little interlude or some orchestra will be fine, but hey is your song  : ok:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Queen of Everything on December 25, 2005, 03:13:13 AM

Hey dramma it didn't sound anything like greenday at all.


Oh come on!!  You have to admit the chorus at least sounded a little billie joeish!?  Think Church on Sunday?!  Christy Road!!!!!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: D on December 25, 2005, 03:53:06 AM
Ive never heard those songs Drama and I dont like Green Day so trust me, it wasnt intentional! : ok:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Queen of Everything on December 25, 2005, 05:43:45 AM
Ive never heard those songs Drama and I dont like Green Day so trust me, it wasnt intentional! : ok:

Hey -  Im sorry if you take offence - but its a compliment!!!  I seriously love Chrurch on Sunday.  And it was kind of the same voice as Billie Joe has in parts!!!   ;D  Its a good thing!!!  :yes: : ok:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: D on December 25, 2005, 06:59:26 AM
No No I didnt take offense, sorry if it sounded that way, Its just I pride myself on being and sounding original and I dont wanna sound like anybody else.

Hell Im just glad and flattered u and others like it! : ok:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Queen of Everything on December 25, 2005, 08:06:12 AM

No No I didnt take offense,

Hell Im just glad and flattered u and others like it! : ok:

Oh Thats good!!!
 Anywho...

Twisted Transistor is the motherfuckin Mad Notes

I really think that Korn Band has a bright future! : ok:

Self publicity but Fuck u all if u dont like it! :hihi:

Download my song "Half Page"

I downloaded "Half Note"? It was cool!!? Reminded me of Greenday for some reason?!? But the old good stuff!!!? Think "Smoothed out"? ?;D

I recommend "Me and the Moon"? by Something Corperate.? ?;D


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Mr. Dick Purple on December 25, 2005, 05:34:44 PM

Hey dramma it didn't sound anything like greenday at all.


Oh come on!! You have to admit the chorus at least sounded a little billie joeish!? Think Church on Sunday?! Christy Road!!!!!

Well that means I gotta download the song, so i can hear but i was comparing it with time of my life, even though I remeber you saying thats not the name of the song but a lot of people think that way, well Im one of them  :-[


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Queen of Everything on December 26, 2005, 01:43:11 AM
even though I remeber you saying thats not the name of the song but a lot of people think that way, well Im one of them? :-[

Haha The song is called "Good Riddance"


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Timothy on December 26, 2005, 01:52:45 AM
Well the full name is Good Riddance(Time of your Life).





Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on December 26, 2005, 11:41:28 AM
Well the full name is Good Riddance(Time of your Life).





Perfection is a daily goal for the Marshall


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Jonathan on December 27, 2005, 11:38:02 PM
Early things with CKY are awesome, I recommend that to everyone. Their latest record were great also.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Timothy on December 27, 2005, 11:40:30 PM
Well the full name is Good Riddance(Time of your Life).





Perfection is a daily goal for the Marshall


That and catching all those Ass cock chuggers. : ok:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on December 27, 2005, 11:42:39 PM
Early things with CKY are awesome, I recommend that to everyone. Their latest record were great also.

Holy crap, another CKY fan on the board.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Kujo on December 30, 2005, 11:32:57 AM
Check out the song Gypsy. This is a pretty good demo, especially if you like classical instruments incorporated into rock songs.

http://www.annaphoebe.com/Anna%20Phoebe%20-%20Downloads.htm



Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on December 30, 2005, 07:29:16 PM
Check out the song Gypsy. This is a pretty good demo, especially if you like classical instruments incorporated into rock songs.

http://www.annaphoebe.com/Anna%20Phoebe%20-%20Downloads.htm



 :rant: You gotta listen to my song first and review

http://s51.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=14AIJXW08X6KU3P35ZCYM75F30


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Kujo on December 30, 2005, 07:33:51 PM


http://s51.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=14AIJXW08X6KU3P35ZCYM75F30

Only if you ask nicely, in a sexy voice :-*

Relax, I wasn't aware there were rules on the thread, I am sorry, i'm downloading it now :peace:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on December 30, 2005, 07:40:48 PM


http://s51.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=14AIJXW08X6KU3P35ZCYM75F30

Only if you ask nicely, in a sexy voice :-*

Relax, I wasn't aware there were rules on the thread, I am sorry, i'm downloading it now :peace:

They were at the top of the page you posted on  :P



"Go on kujo babes, give it a listen"  :-*


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Kujo on December 30, 2005, 07:49:24 PM
Now thats more like it ;)

CKY's Suddenly Tragic: My first thought was "Oh fuck, not CKY". I had only heard a few songs of theirs before and didn't really care for them. So I was prepared to hate this also. Surprisingly I thought the vocals were very good, but the music was boring. I think every note musically was lifted from a "How to Play (Insert name of Instrument Here)" book. I would have rather had weaker vocals and better music.

OK, now check out Gypsy

http://www.annaphoebe.com/Anna%20Phoebe%20-%20Downloads.htm


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Aava on December 30, 2005, 09:23:17 PM
I listened that Gypsy song. It was actually pretty cool, weird, but still good. I like when people do something little different.
I like stories in a song and lyrics are very important for me, so as this song was all instrumental, something was obviously missing..  :P

I recommend a song from The Libertines, called What A Waster http://www.thelibertines.org.uk --> jukebox.
This is basic punk rock song. Lyrics are great, it?s cathy and just amazing song in every way, one of my all time favourite! Enjoy!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Sakib on December 31, 2005, 08:33:10 AM


below is a link of the acoustic version of megadeths' song "trust" and i think its awesome. In mp3 format and i believe its a rare.

http://s61.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=0EMXSG5D4K8OE21834WIOV8MQ2

below is another download i recommend. It's by a man called Alice Dee. The song is very much like Hurricane Party. its also in mp3 format.

http://s61.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=1DBVSETAI25TE10E5WBXB8JN8J


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: jarmo on December 31, 2005, 10:51:49 AM
below is a link of the acoustic version of megadeths' song "trust" and i think its awesome. In mp3 format and i believe its a rare.

below is another download i recommend. It's by a man called Alice Dee. The song is very much like Hurricane Party. its also in mp3 format.


Look, you really need to go and find the rules for this thread before posting.

How many times do we have to remind people of that?




/jarmo


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Sakib on December 31, 2005, 03:50:33 PM
below is a link of the acoustic version of megadeths' song "trust" and i think its awesome. In mp3 format and i believe its a rare.

below is another download i recommend. It's by a man called Alice Dee. The song is very much like Hurricane Party. its also in mp3 format.


Look, you really need to go and find the rules for this thread before posting.

How many times do we have to remind people of that?




/jarmo

but acoustic trust is rare. As for Alice Dee, no one has heard of him, a part from maybe a handful


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: jarmo on January 01, 2006, 08:54:40 AM
but acoustic trust is rare. As for Alice Dee, no one has heard of him, a part from maybe a handful


You still didn't read the rules, or if you did, you didn't understand them.

You're supposed to download a track that was recommended. Listen to it, then say what you thought about the song and then post a link to a new song (with a description).

  • Apart from B-Sides/Rare songs, please do not add a song by a band with a major record deal, or bands who get serious airplay.
  • If you wish to recommend a song, please describe the band, and song.
  • Post your own recommended independent albums/songs only after commenting on another album or song previously posted.
  • You can however add songs by bands, who have recently hit the big time, but maybe have a few albums (released on indies) the majority have not heard.



/jarmo


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Sakib on January 01, 2006, 04:04:55 PM
but acoustic trust is rare. As for Alice Dee, no one has heard of him, a part from maybe a handful


You still didn't read the rules, or if you did, you didn't understand them.

You're supposed to download a track that was recommended. Listen to it, then say what you thought about the song and then post a link to a new song (with a description).

  • Apart from B-Sides/Rare songs, please do not add a song by a band with a major record deal, or bands who get serious airplay.
  • If you wish to recommend a song, please describe the band, and song.
  • Post your own recommended independent albums/songs only after commenting on another album or song previously posted.
  • You can however add songs by bands, who have recently hit the big time, but maybe have a few albums (released on indies) the majority have not heard.



/jarmo


oh ryt. sorry. i get it know


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: AxlsMainMan on January 06, 2006, 03:11:17 PM
I listened that Gypsy song. It was actually pretty cool, weird, but still good. I like when people do something little different.
I like stories in a song and lyrics are very important for me, so as this song was all instrumental, something was obviously missing..? :P

I recommend a song from The Libertines, called What A Waster http://www.thelibertines.org.uk --> jukebox.
This is basic punk rock song. Lyrics are great, it?s cathy and just amazing song in every way, one of my all time favourite! Enjoy!

I already had downloaded this song as well as a live version after reading from your Libertines thread, but Ill still post my review for it. I think the track is very cool and definately has a punk vibe to it, but for some reason I felt like I was listening to Rancid or Transplants. Pete's vocal's just sound like a cliche of Tim's. I liked "Cant Stand Me Now" way better actually. Musically the song isn't brilliant but it's catchy and will get a lot of spins on my iPod : ok:

My recommendation to you is "Warmness on the Soul" by Avenged Sevenfold and it's off their first album, Sounding the 7th Trumpet.

I got into this band awhile ago because I adore Screamo music, but was pleasantly surprised when I found this breathtaking track. There is no screamo vocals at all, and for the first part it is mostly an acoustic track. I find the lyrics as well as the composition of the song to be amazing and Im sure you will most enjoy this track.



Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Hammy on January 21, 2006, 03:54:30 PM
Wow sorry.? :-\ didnt think theyd made it across Europe just yet. I am still getting used to the flow of the forums aswell. Instead of just shouting me down aadva can you recommend a decent band/song?
If you were the first person, yeah, it's not your fault but your seriously like the 100th person to totally fuck up in this thread it get's really annoying.....

.....since no mods are around, back to the first person who actually followed the rules;

This is from MainMan of the Stoner Axl kind, AxlsMainMan

My recommendation to you is "Warmness on the Soul" by Avenged Sevenfold and it's off their first album, Sounding the 7th Trumpet.

I got into this band awhile ago because I adore Screamo music, but was pleasantly surprised when I found this breathtaking track. There is no screamo vocals at all, and for the first part it is mostly an acoustic track. I find the lyrics as well as the composition of the song to be amazing and Im sure you will most enjoy this track.


So rules are you listen to this before you post a recommendation, and when you do you comment on it first and review it so to speak, and also your recommendation needs to be like non-commercial, non major record deal, in the kind of, who the fuck are they zone :P :P

Edit: Why did i say it's not your fault, it is, you did n't read the rules *Shakes Fist*, Noob ::) :P


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Karma_Police on January 23, 2006, 10:04:12 PM
Anything off the albums Wet From Birth and Dance Macabre by The Faint. They ahve a real groovey vibe to them. Kind of a bit industrial or maybe like electro rock. I like it alot. Click the link and you can hear a few of their songs. http://www.thefaint.com/audio/

Of these I especially like Glass Danse. Other really good ones are Symptom Finger and Paranoiattack 8) Let me know what you guys think. :beer:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: journey on January 23, 2006, 10:18:23 PM
Anything off the albums Wet From Birth and Dance Macabre by The Faint. They ahve a real groovey vibe to them. Kind of a bit industrial or maybe like electro rock. I like it alot. Click the link and you can hear a few of their songs. http://www.thefaint.com/audio/

Of these I especially like Glass Danse. Other really good ones are Symptom Finger and Paranoiattack 8) Let me know what you guys think. :beer:

Hey before somebody jumps your case, you should read the rules. You have to comment on the previous recommendation before making your own.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Karma_Police on January 23, 2006, 10:27:14 PM
Anything off the albums Wet From Birth and Dance Macabre by The Faint. They ahve a real groovey vibe to them. Kind of a bit industrial or maybe like electro rock. I like it alot. Click the link and you can hear a few of their songs. http://www.thefaint.com/audio/

Of these I especially like Glass Danse. Other really good ones are Symptom Finger and Paranoiattack 8) Let me know what you guys think. :beer:

Hey before somebody jumps your case, you should read the rules. You have to comment on the previous recommendation before making your own.

Well to comment I would actually have to have listend to the song. that means I'd have to have a download program or actually go out and buy the disc. Not gonna happen. Sorry for being an ass and posting a recomendation with an actuall link to listen. Don't assume I didn't read the rules.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: journey on January 23, 2006, 10:34:15 PM
Anything off the albums Wet From Birth and Dance Macabre by The Faint. They ahve a real groovey vibe to them. Kind of a bit industrial or maybe like electro rock. I like it alot. Click the link and you can hear a few of their songs. http://www.thefaint.com/audio/

Of these I especially like Glass Danse. Other really good ones are Symptom Finger and Paranoiattack 8) Let me know what you guys think. :beer:

Hey before somebody jumps your case, you should read the rules. You have to comment on the previous recommendation before making your own.

Well to comment I would actually have to have listend to the song. that means I'd have to have a download program or actually go out and buy the disc. Not gonna happen. Sorry for being an ass and posting a recomendation with an actuall link to listen. Don't assume I didn't read the rules.

It's cool. They're not my rules. I was just trying to give you a heads up, so you wouldn't get attacked by Evo and Stoned. :hihi:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Karma_Police on January 23, 2006, 10:36:57 PM
It's cool. They're not my rules. I was just trying to give you a heads up, so you wouldn't get attacked by Evo and Stoned. :hihi:

Cool. Sorry for getting pissy. I guess I kinda took offence when you said I should read the rules first. I'm trying not to be a typical newbie by making cliched newbie mistakes. ;D :beer:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Hammy on January 23, 2006, 10:51:17 PM
It's cool. They're not my rules. I was just trying to give you a heads up, so you wouldn't get attacked by Evo and Stoned. :hihi:
:hihi: Like i would, i'm the friendly dude who just points people in the right direction....

...anyway i'd never attack someone with an avatar of Maria :drool:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Karma_Police on January 23, 2006, 10:53:10 PM
It's cool. They're not my rules. I was just trying to give you a heads up, so you wouldn't get attacked by Evo and Stoned. :hihi:
:hihi: Like i would, i'm the friendly dude who just points people in the right direction....

...anyway i'd never attack someone with an avatar of Maria :drool:

Cool. I notice alot of wrestling fans here based on avatars. That's good. :beer:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on January 24, 2006, 09:17:57 PM
Cool. I notice alot of wrestling fans here based on avatars. That's good. :beer:


You saved yourself from attack  :hihi: Venture over to our thread in "Fun N' Games" and say hey  : ok:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: splintermonkey2 on February 07, 2006, 01:27:03 AM
Cavemen Rejoice-The Bags

The Bags have successfully avoided fame and fortune for 20 years.w00t.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Ignatius on February 07, 2006, 05:39:40 AM
Cavemen Rejoice-The Bags

The Bags have successfully avoided fame and fortune for 20 years.w00t.

Why don't you read the rules??  or just the last page? or anything on this thread for that matter?

Post your own recommended independent albums/songs only after commenting on another album or song previously posted





Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: *Izzy* on February 07, 2006, 03:36:46 PM
Where's the last recomendation?


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Hammy on February 07, 2006, 03:40:09 PM
Last one which actually follows the rules....

My recommendation to you is "Warmness on the Soul" by Avenged Sevenfold and it's off their first album, Sounding the 7th Trumpet.

I got into this band awhile ago because I adore Screamo music, but was pleasantly surprised when I found this breathtaking track. There is no screamo vocals at all, and for the first part it is mostly an acoustic track. I find the lyrics as well as the composition of the song to be amazing and Im sure you will most enjoy this track.

....it's a damn good track btw ;)


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: *Izzy* on February 07, 2006, 03:44:02 PM
Last one which actually follows the rules....

My recommendation to you is "Warmness on the Soul" by Avenged Sevenfold and it's off their first album, Sounding the 7th Trumpet.

I got into this band awhile ago because I adore Screamo music, but was pleasantly surprised when I found this breathtaking track. There is no screamo vocals at all, and for the first part it is mostly an acoustic track. I find the lyrics as well as the composition of the song to be amazing and Im sure you will most enjoy this track.

....it's a damn good track btw ;)

Thanks  :)  Now I have to go find that song


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on February 07, 2006, 06:10:45 PM
Cavemen Rejoice-The Bags

The Bags have successfully avoided fame and fortune for 20 years.w00t.

What the fuck? I mean seriously, what the fuck?  ???


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Butch Franšais on February 09, 2006, 06:58:12 AM
Chevelle - Wonder What's Next

good tune, Im getting into these guys lately. they're like Tool without all the endless intros and outros, hahha.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Queen of Everything on February 09, 2006, 07:45:56 AM
Chevelle - Wonder What's Next

good tune, Im getting into these guys lately. they're like Tool without all the endless intros and outros, hahha.


ARGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH


*runs screaming never to return*


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on February 09, 2006, 08:52:06 AM
Chevelle - Wonder What's Next

good tune, Im getting into these guys lately. they're like Tool without all the endless intros and outros, hahha.

Hillel c'mon. Can't you read??


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: *Izzy* on February 09, 2006, 11:19:06 AM
My recommendation to you is "Warmness on the Soul" by Avenged Sevenfold and it's off their first album, Sounding the 7th Trumpet.

I got into this band awhile ago because I adore Screamo music, but was pleasantly surprised when I found this breathtaking track. There is no screamo vocals at all, and for the first part it is mostly an acoustic track. I find the lyrics as well as the composition of the song to be amazing and Im sure you will most enjoy this track.

I liked it, but didn't like the singers voice much, I was abit surprised by the piano because I thought this band was famous for twin guitar harmonies? :hihi:

Okay I recommend a song called "An Triu Creathan" by a local Cork band called Sirocco


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Butch Franšais on February 09, 2006, 12:12:34 PM
Chevelle - Wonder What's Next

good tune, Im getting into these guys lately. they're like Tool without all the endless intros and outros, hahha.

Hillel c'mon. Can't you read??

no


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Jim on February 09, 2006, 12:27:17 PM

Well, then it won't bother you that you're banned.

Sorry guv, rules are being tightened.

Locked!

Wait, no, I mean,

Banned!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Butch Franšais on February 09, 2006, 06:58:12 PM
it does bother me a bit.. :-\
I can't believe Im locked...no damn, banned! :'(


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: sandman on February 10, 2006, 09:04:16 AM
anything by High on Fire.

they're a good band. they have a motorhead vibe with a little down mixed in.

latest album is really good. best song is probably "devilution".

i recently saw them live.....awesome show.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Hammy on February 10, 2006, 10:46:45 AM
Is this the comedy section?

Now people can't even read the title of the thread their posting in properly :rofl:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on February 10, 2006, 10:50:26 AM
Okay I recommend a song called "An Triu Creathan" by a local Cork band called Sirocco


This is the song you need to listen to first blindy.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Butch Franšais on February 10, 2006, 01:26:35 PM
Is this the comedy section?

Now people can't even read the title of the thread their posting in properly :rofl:

hahhah, good Im not alone! ;D


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Queen of Everything on February 10, 2006, 09:34:45 PM
anything by High on Fire.

they're a good band. they have a motorhead vibe with a little down mixed in.

latest album is really good. best song is probably "devilution".

i recently saw them live.....awesome show.

OMFG.  I am just going to stop coming to this thread... Its making Baby Jesus cry


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Butch Franšais on February 17, 2006, 06:58:12 PM
anything by High on Fire.

they're a good band. they have a motorhead vibe with a little down mixed in.

latest album is really good. best song is probably "devilution".

i recently saw them live.....awesome show.

OMFG. I am just going to stop coming to this thread... Its making Baby Jesus cry

I don't believe you...you said you would never return the last time too! :hihi:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Queen of Everything on February 20, 2006, 12:01:03 AM
anything by High on Fire.

they're a good band. they have a motorhead vibe with a little down mixed in.

latest album is really good. best song is probably "devilution".

i recently saw them live.....awesome show.

OMFG. I am just going to stop coming to this thread... Its making Baby Jesus cry

I don't believe you...you said you would never return the last time too! :hihi:
Oh I know - but I just cant help it.  It makes me feel so clever!!!!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Butch Franšais on February 25, 2006, 09:21:18 PM
anything by High on Fire.

they're a good band. they have a motorhead vibe with a little down mixed in.

latest album is really good. best song is probably "devilution".

i recently saw them live.....awesome show.

OMFG. I am just going to stop coming to this thread... Its making Baby Jesus cry

I don't believe you...you said you would never return the last time too! :hihi:
Oh I know - but I just cant help it. It makes me feel so clever!!!!

can't blame yah for that.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Elrothiel on March 10, 2006, 10:20:56 PM
I recommend the original Turn the Page by Bob Seger...

After you've listened to it, come back and say exactly who the lyrics remind you of!! Go!! Now!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on March 10, 2006, 10:22:14 PM
I recommend the original Turn the Page by Bob Seger...

After you've listened to it, come back and say exactly who the lyrics remind you of!! Go!! Now!

OI! Read the fucking title!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Butch Franšais on March 10, 2006, 10:26:16 PM
Evo, you wannabe mod :hihi:
or are you actually one?.. :nervous:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people
Post by: Evolution on March 10, 2006, 10:28:32 PM
I just hate to see what could be a decent thread turned into a mess  :hihi:

This is the song people have to report back on before recommending another  : ok:


Okay I recommend a song called "An Triu Creathan" by a local Cork band called Sirocco


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Butch Franšais on March 10, 2006, 10:30:49 PM
how the hell is anyone gonna find that song? ;D


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on March 10, 2006, 10:33:18 PM
how the hell is anyone gonna find that song? ;D

Has anyone even tried?!?  :rofl:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Butch Franšais on March 10, 2006, 10:36:27 PM
hahah, good question. I'll do it on Sunday if you remind me. Im too sleepy now ;D


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on March 10, 2006, 10:38:14 PM
I gave Limewire a shot with no luck. So I guess it's too hard to find.


Ach well, someone else suggest a song to get this ball rolling again.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Butch Franšais on March 10, 2006, 11:01:51 PM
whooyay!

Jane's Addiction - Stop!

try that Evo


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Butch Franšais on March 11, 2006, 10:22:38 PM
I'll check it out as soon out as soon as I get home.

Edit: of course the solo was good, it's the Dave fuckin' Navarro! ;)


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Butch Franšais on March 12, 2006, 01:09:50 PM
I like the driving riff in the song, not too crazy about the singer though. sounds like a better version of Scott Stapp, lol.
but the riffage and the drumming is outstanding, song is overall good and well worth listening to.

my next pick is some early Red Hot Chili Peppers (from the original lineup with Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Hillel Slovak - guitar and Jack Irons - drums. Jack was also in Pearl Jam in the mid to late 90s). try the song "Fight Like A Brave". :D


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Backslash on March 15, 2006, 07:45:33 PM
I recommend Alone You Breathe by Savatage.  Kinda like an epic ballad with killer lyrics.

I also would like to recommend Jerusalem by Dan Bern.  Bern is a folk musician with a lot of influences, namely Dylan, Woody Guthrie, and Springsteen.  Some of his songs are very poetic.  Others are political, and like this one, hilarious.  Great artist though!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: //JK75 on March 15, 2006, 07:49:28 PM
I don't know if someone posted this already, I want to recommend:

Nine Inch Nails - Non Entity

 : ok:
Great song !!!!!

You can easily find it on lime wire or Ares, the only recording of this song is from the "ReAct Now: Music & Relief" for the Katrina disaster (9/11/2005) Trent performed live this song.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Carlos_f_Rose on March 16, 2006, 10:05:31 AM
I recommend you "Slash's snakepit Version 2.0" -  What kind of life

One of the lost tracks...  : ok:

 :hihi: :hihi: :hihi: :hihi:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on March 16, 2006, 03:45:30 PM
3 blind people in a row??? READ THE TITLE  :rant:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Carlos_f_Rose on March 16, 2006, 11:11:26 PM
I dont know that song or that band....

hey man, you are supposed to listen to a song and then recommend another one...

 :hihi: :hihi: :hihi:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on March 17, 2006, 11:37:06 AM
Exactly. So you know the rules but still fuck up?


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Jim on March 17, 2006, 11:44:57 AM
I recommend Alone You Breathe by Savatage.  Kinda like an epic ballad with killer lyrics.

I also would like to recommend Jerusalem by Dan Bern.  Bern is a folk musician with a lot of influences, namely Dylan, Woody Guthrie, and Springsteen.  Some of his songs are very poetic.  Others are political, and like this one, hilarious.  Great artist though!

Total

I don't know if someone posted this already, I want to recommend:

Nine Inch Nails - Non Entity

 : ok:
Great song !!!!!

You can easily find it on lime wire or Ares, the only recording of this song is from the "ReAct Now: Music & Relief" for the Katrina disaster (9/11/2005) Trent performed live this song.

fucking

I recommend you "Slash's snakepit Version 2.0" -  What kind of life

One of the lost tracks...  : ok:

 :hihi: :hihi: :hihi: :hihi:

morons.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Butch Franšais on March 17, 2006, 11:53:01 AM
my next pick is some early Red Hot Chili Peppers (from the original lineup with Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Hillel Slovak - guitar and Jack Irons - drums. Jack was also in Pearl Jam in the mid to late 90s). try the song "Fight Like A Brave". :D

^ DAMMIT!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Carlos_f_Rose on March 17, 2006, 12:45:19 PM
I recommend Alone You Breathe by Savatage.? Kinda like an epic ballad with killer lyrics.

I also would like to recommend Jerusalem by Dan Bern.? Bern is a folk musician with a lot of influences, namely Dylan, Woody Guthrie, and Springsteen.? Some of his songs are very poetic.? Others are political, and like this one, hilarious.? Great artist though!

Total

I don't know if someone posted this already, I want to recommend:

Nine Inch Nails - Non Entity

 : ok:
Great song !!!!!

You can easily find it on lime wire or Ares, the only recording of this song is from the "ReAct Now: Music & Relief" for the Katrina disaster (9/11/2005) Trent performed live this song.

fucking

I recommend you "Slash's snakepit Version 2.0" -? What kind of life

One of the lost tracks...? : ok:

 :hihi: :hihi: :hihi: :hihi:

morons.

haha man, come on, admit its funny...  :hihi: :hihi:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Backslash on March 17, 2006, 02:16:29 PM
It is, I appologize for not following rules, I read these at work so I can't download the tunes!  :)

What song are we on??  I have heard the original Turn the Page by Bob Seger.  Amazing lyrics sung by a great artist. Opens your eyes to the world of being an icon and how it makes everything seem so insignificant.

So now someone can go back and download one I recommended....  :-*


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on March 17, 2006, 03:54:09 PM
So now someone can go back and download one I recommended....  :-*

No! Listen to Hillel's choice of RHCP's "Fight Like A Brave". Give your thoughts on it, then you can suggest a song.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Mr. Dick Purple on March 22, 2006, 01:16:56 PM
I made a isntrumental song, I made it home you can hear my mon screaming and the phone ringing at the end  :hihi:.
Dont be harsh  :-[

http://rapidshare.de/files/16156387/03_-_Emptyness.mp3.html


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Aava on March 22, 2006, 06:33:53 PM
I believe this is a wrong section.

You should go to Nice Boys..


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Aava on March 22, 2006, 07:02:16 PM
Ok, I listened "Fight Like A Brave" from Red Hot Chili Peppers.
I?ve heard the song before, but I don?t have the album it?s from. Anyways, this is older RHCP, right? At least it got the nice and fast ?80ish sound, yet I like their stuff from the ?90s more.


I?ll recommend a Finnish hardrock band called Mind Of Doll and their song Miss Pretty (Save Your Pity) from their ep Bad Habits Are Golden. One of my favourite new band. They don?t have an album yet, few ep?s only. They sound a bit like Backyard Babies and Hanoi Rocks.

http://www.mindofdoll.com  (http://www.mindofdoll.com) --> music


Fast rock n?roll. You?re very welcome!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: journey on March 23, 2006, 05:41:21 AM
I?ll recommend a Finnish hardrock band called Mind Of Doll and their song Miss Pretty (Save Your Pity) from their ep Bad Habits Are Golden. One of my favourite new band. They don?t have an album yet, few ep?s only. They sound a bit like Backyard Babies and Hanoi Rocks.

http://www.mindofdoll.com  (http://www.mindofdoll.com) --> music

Thanks for the link.?

That's awesome.?Sounds like old school rock.? :)

Miss Pretty is good. I like Bad Habits Are Golden and Innocent too.


I don't know any underground bands/artists, so I'll recommend Mr. Dick Purple's instrumental piece:

http://rapidshare.de/files/16156387/03_-_Emptyness.mp3.html












Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Mr. Dick Purple on March 23, 2006, 11:26:29 AM
I believe this is a wrong section.

You should go to Nice Boys..
Oh god you are right, I havent been there for ages. Thanks  :peace:

I don't know any underground bands/artists, so I'll recommend Mr. Dick Purple's instrumental piece:

http://rapidshare.de/files/16156387/03_-_Emptyness.mp3.html

Tahnks journey hope you like it and D too  :D


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Butch Franšais on March 23, 2006, 11:42:50 AM
Ok, I listened "Fight Like A Brave" from Red Hot Chili Peppers.
I?ve heard the song before, but I don?t have the album it?s from. Anyways, this is older RHCP, right? At least it got the nice and fast ?80ish sound, yet I like their stuff from the ?90s more.


I?ll recommend a Finnish hardrock band called Mind Of Doll and their song Miss Pretty (Save Your Pity) from their ep Bad Habits Are Golden. One of my favourite new band. They don?t have an album yet, few ep?s only. They sound a bit like Backyard Babies and Hanoi Rocks.

http://www.mindofdoll.com  (http://www.mindofdoll.com) --> music


Fast rock n?roll. You?re very welcome!

from 1987, their third album, and the only album with the original RHCP lineup actually.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: axl_rose_700 on March 26, 2006, 05:00:07 PM
Karma Police - Radiohead

Anything by The Stone Roses or Ian Brown

Kasabian - Club Foot


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on March 26, 2006, 05:17:19 PM
Blind bastard!


Read the rules  :rant:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Carlos_f_Rose on March 27, 2006, 08:30:11 AM
 :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:    :peace:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on March 27, 2006, 10:04:14 AM
I don't know any underground bands/artists, so I'll recommend Mr. Dick Purple's instrumental piece:

http://rapidshare.de/files/16156387/03_-_Emptyness.mp3.html



This is the song to listen to first. Anyone who fucks up gets an angry post from me!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Mr. Dick Purple on March 28, 2006, 12:51:33 PM
This is the song to listen to first. Anyone who fucks up gets an angry post from me!

Were you talking to me about blind bastard?  :-[


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on March 28, 2006, 03:19:07 PM
Nah axl_rose_700!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Mr. Dick Purple on March 28, 2006, 03:47:31 PM
phew!!  :D


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: axl_rose_700 on March 29, 2006, 08:51:54 AM
OOO sorry bit touchy on that Evo, I can never be arsed reading rules, ok then I'll change it to just Mersey Paradise by The Stone Roses which is a B-Side!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Backslash on March 29, 2006, 08:56:52 AM
Haha, dude, you still didn't read the rules.... you have to review the recommended song first!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on March 29, 2006, 02:41:27 PM
Words fail me..


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: axl_rose_700 on March 29, 2006, 03:27:01 PM
Words fail me..

why cos I can't be arsed/don't have all day to sit and read a bunch of fucking stupid rules, why should I review it, I'm telling people its a good song, go listen to it if you wanna know what its like


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Jim on March 29, 2006, 03:42:41 PM
All day? What reading age have you reached? How long did it take for you to write that post? A good half an hour or so? 


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: axl_rose_700 on March 29, 2006, 04:08:37 PM
All day? What reading age have you reached? How long did it take for you to write that post? A good half an hour or so??

Haha, you're a funny guy Jim


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on March 29, 2006, 04:51:58 PM
Words fail me..

why cos I can't be arsed/don't have all day to sit and read a bunch of fucking stupid rules, why should I review it, I'm telling people its a good song, go listen to it if you wanna know what its like

The essence of this thread are it's rules. If you think they are stupid you shouldn't post here.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Queen of Everything on April 12, 2006, 10:08:11 AM
Ahhh... Mother Fu*ker!

I leave for a month or so, and when I come back I say to myself... Maybe you should go to the 'reccomend a song' thread!?  Maybe people have grown half a brain by now?  And then I realised... I was gravly misteaken!  You're worse than when I left?!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Mr. Dick Purple on April 12, 2006, 10:45:28 AM
Seems like you havent heard my song  :hihi:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: mornintrain on April 16, 2006, 11:41:59 PM
should've learned my lesson - the muggs

great retro hard rock band akin to the black crowes; rocks just as hard as them if not harder


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Queen of Everything on April 16, 2006, 11:54:31 PM
should've learned my lesson - the muggs

great retro hard rock band akin to the black crowes; rocks just as hard as them if not harder

Go away!!!!   >:(

Not really... but please...  ::)


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on April 18, 2006, 12:52:06 AM
Hey Dick I tried to download your song but couldn't get the link to work. If it's cool with you I'll keep this thread going.


Listen to "Cold" from the myspace of Cohesion.

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=55230435



Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Queen of Everything on April 18, 2006, 02:00:35 AM
Hey Dick I tried to download your song but couldn't get the link to work. If it's cool with you I'll keep this thread going.


Listen to "Cold" from the myspace of Cohesion.

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=55230435




I am going to type this as the song actually plays!!!

The start is creepy and cool, I like I like... The guitar slowly coming in does it for me, hehe.
The musical side sounds awesome... OH DRUMS!? Yay... cool... I likes I likes.? ?Oh He sounds like Frans Ferdinand!?? In a totally good way.? Oh I know that you know... Oh man - this is damn good!!? Its like Frans Ferdinand with a harder edge, a little VR in there I think... I like!!? Groovy, Smooth, Rocking.? Bass Line is cool bananas.? Im just going to listen now.

Little Birdy - Losing you
They're kinda big in Aus... but not known else where as far as I know but you should find all of their new Album on Limewire!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on April 18, 2006, 02:07:09 AM
These two posts above me are a prime example of how this thread works. No excuses for fucking up now!


Although I said that last time...


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Kujo on April 24, 2006, 06:41:12 PM

Little Birdy - Losing you
They're kinda big in Aus... but not known else where as far as I know but you should find all of their new Album on Limewire!

Is there a link to a full version of this song? I could only find the usual 30 second preview on the amazon style sites. From what I heard it sounds o.k. The singer has a good voice but she isn't anything that stands out. Would have to hear a full version than I will edit my response.

In the meantime check out this guy:
http://www.that1guy.com/pages/Video.html   Listen to/Watch the video for "One"

I went to see Buckethead lastnight in Solonas and this was the opening act. I wont even attempt to describe it, just watch. Later in the evening he came out and played with Buckethead and fit right in to the insaneness of Bucketheads show.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Queen of Everything on April 25, 2006, 06:35:34 AM

Little Birdy - Losing you
They're kinda big in Aus... but not known else where as far as I know but you should find all of their new Album on Limewire!

Is there a link to a full version of this song? I could only find the usual 30 second preview on the amazon style sites. From what I heard it sounds o.k. The singer has a good voice but she isn't anything that stands out. Would have to hear a full version than I will edit my response.

In the meantime check out this guy:
http://www.that1guy.com/pages/Video.html? ?Listen to/Watch the video for "One"

I went to see Buckethead lastnight in Solonas and this was the opening act. I wont even attempt to describe it, just watch. Later in the evening he came out and played with Buckethead and fit right in to the insaneness of Bucketheads show.

Hmmm...  Little Birdy is the bomb, anyway.

Typing while listening...

Booka Ticka?!  ... odd but it sounds good...  Oh I dont like the singing - no melody at all...  its just very... meh... its confussing.  Sorry - I dont like it.  I could listen to it maybe once or twice but it would lose its appeal.  The lyrics arent that bad - but its kind of like hes trying to rap?  Nah not for me sorry.

ok - this is a band called Jumpstart Genocide, its a localish band... from up north.

http://www.coffeecomic.com/song.mp3


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Jim on April 25, 2006, 12:06:08 PM
In the meantime check out this guy:
http://www.that1guy.com/pages/Video.html   Listen to/Watch the video for "One"

lol, kujo, that was quality.

The guy sounds like Marilyn Manson.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on April 28, 2006, 09:43:33 AM
ok - this is a band called Jumpstart Genocide, its a localish band... from up north.

http://www.coffeecomic.com/song.mp3


This musically was alright but vocally I didn't think much of it. It's probably the most local band we've seen mentioned though so good work.


Here's "Poster Of A Girl" by Metric. Only heard of them last night. Cool song.

http://download.yousendit.com/1E72F13D3E1E44BD



Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Eazy E on April 28, 2006, 02:41:55 PM
This musically was alright but vocally I didn't think much of it. It's probably the most local band we've seen mentioned though so good work.

Here's "Poster Of A Girl" by Metric. Only heard of them last night. Cool song.

http://download.yousendit.com/1E72F13D3E1E44BD

I just added Metric's "Live It Out" album to my iPod... this song is great and it's cool that you've heard of them.   : ok:

I'd like to recommend a band that is similar to Metric, but I think I'd describe their sound as being just a little more "raw".  They have a female lead and their songs "groove".  I've only just started listening to them, so I don't know what would be the best song to introduce someone with, but you should get a feel for the band from this song (the band is called Controller.Controller, Silent Seven the song):

http://download.yousendit.com/C0950A2826A92D65

They have two albums, this is from their first.  The new album just came out last year... they are Toronto based.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Queen of Everything on April 29, 2006, 12:40:38 AM
This musically was alright but vocally I didn't think much of it. It's probably the most local band we've seen mentioned though so good work.

Here's "Poster Of A Girl" by Metric. Only heard of them last night. Cool song.

http://download.yousendit.com/1E72F13D3E1E44BD

I just added Metric's "Live It Out" album to my iPod... this song is great and it's cool that you've heard of them.? ?: ok:

I'd like to recommend a band that is similar to Metric, but I think I'd describe their sound as being just a little more "raw".? They have a female lead and their songs "groove".? I've only just started listening to them, so I don't know what would be the best song to introduce someone with, but you should get a feel for the band from this song (the band is called Controller.Controller, Silent Seven the song):

http://download.yousendit.com/C0950A2826A92D65

They have two albums, this is from their first.? The new album just came out last year... they are Toronto based.

Jessica Likes.. Jessica Likes.

The intro is nice, I quite like the lingering-ness of it.  Ohh I like 45 seconds!  Thats good - where its a bit... rawer and rockerisher.  The intro, at a massive 1.01!  In a 4.16 song!  But thats great, dosent lose your interest.  I lover her voice, shes great.  It blends well I think.  I like the harshness of it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BoZdMKW6OLE&search=sucka
Another local band - this one is MUCH MORE LOCAL!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: journey on May 18, 2006, 09:09:16 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BoZdMKW6OLE&search=sucka
Another local band - this one is MUCH MORE LOCAL!

Listened to Sucka Agenda. I liked Story of the Year - And The Hero Will Drown. Some of the lyrics were hard to make out being a live show. All in all, fairly good.

I discovered a new song today called, "Resistance" by Alexa Ray Joel. It's a beautiful piano ballad. She also has an incredible voice. Her other song, "The Revolution Song" is worth checking out as well.

See what you think:

http://www.myspace.com/alexarayjoel


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Red1 on May 22, 2006, 09:06:56 AM
Go and play 'My Girlfriends An Arsonist' by Fortune Drive.  They are good friends of mine who have signed with Shy Records (recording) and EMI (publishing) and you'll be hearing a lot from them this year.  They are just about to do a short tour to promote the single.

www.myspace.com/fortunedrive (http://www.myspace.com/fortunedrive)


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on May 22, 2006, 05:27:12 PM
Go and play 'My Girlfriends An Arsonist' by Fortune Drive.  They are good friends of mine who have signed with Shy Records (recording) and EMI (publishing) and you'll be hearing a lot from them this year.  They are just about to do a short tour to promote the single.

www.myspace.com/fortunedrive (http://www.myspace.com/fortunedrive)

What did you think of Journey's choice?


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Red1 on May 23, 2006, 03:48:52 PM
Go and play 'My Girlfriends An Arsonist' by Fortune Drive.? They are good friends of mine who have signed with Shy Records (recording) and EMI (publishing) and you'll be hearing a lot from them this year.? They are just about to do a short tour to promote the single.

www.myspace.com/fortunedrive (http://www.myspace.com/fortunedrive)

What did you think of Journey's choice?

Ooops!

I really like Alexa Ray Joel.  In fact I think that 'The Revolution Song' is one of the best songs I've heard from a solo female artist for a long time.  I think that her voice could possibly suit a more subtle blues/jazz song though (not to say she doesn't do this well).

I prefer 'Resistance'.  She sings with real passion.  If this stuff is released I will buy it for sure.  I am adding her as a MySpace friend.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Jamie on June 02, 2006, 03:07:43 PM
The Gliteratti - Heartbreaker.

From an up and coming band from England. A good bit of old school rock n roll, no gimmicks from these guys, I think you might like em. From their self titled debut.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Elrothiel on June 02, 2006, 03:19:51 PM
Rebel Meets Rebel - Cowboys Do More Dope!

From the album Rebel Meets Rebel... the Dimebag Darrell/David Allen Coe collaboration album. It starts a whole new genre of metal! COWBOY METAL!! :headbanger:

Highly recommended! :yes:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Aava on June 02, 2006, 07:39:25 PM
You two, never ever talk again.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Kujo on June 02, 2006, 08:01:03 PM
For the sake of getting things back on track, the last person who followed the rules, eventually, and recommended a song was Red1

I Think My Girl Friend Is An Arsonist- Fortune Drive
I actually liked this song. A good driving beat, catchy tune. If I didnt have their profile staring me in the face while I listened I would definitely have guessed a British band. Good sound, I would definitely buy this.


I will recommend:
The District Sleeps Alone Tonight - The Postal Service
http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=3227563


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: J? on June 04, 2006, 11:49:32 AM
The New Year - Death Cab for Cutie

Transatlanticism - Death Cab for Cutie

Marching Bands of Manhatten - Death Cab for Cutie


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on June 04, 2006, 03:56:01 PM
I will recommend:
The District Sleeps Alone Tonight - The Postal Service
http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=3227563


Listen to this first  >:(


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Jamie on June 04, 2006, 04:35:44 PM
You two, never ever talk again.

Sorry but I know the rules. Maybe the band I have mentioned are known elsewhere, but the only people that I know that are familiar with them are me and my friend, and it was me that introduced them to my friend so where I am at least they are unkown. So I'd expect more respect than that.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Aava on June 04, 2006, 05:44:53 PM
Sorry but I know the rules.

 :rofl:

Seriously, please, use your eyes-look and read the rules one more time.. And the post above you!  : ok:


Title: Re: Please read
Post by: Jamie on June 04, 2006, 05:51:40 PM
Please read...

Apart from B-Sides/Rare songs, please do not add a song by a band with a major record deal, or bands who get serious airplay.
If you wish to recommend a song, please describe the band, and song.
Post your own recommended independent albums/songs only after commenting on another album or song previously posted.
You can however add songs by bands, who have recently hit the big time, but maybe have a few albums (released on indies) the majority have not heard.





I would have thought the last paragraph applied to the band I mentioned, as I said maybe they are big elsewhere but not where I am. Plus the post above me was quoted from another post and didn't bring up any new songs, so there wasn't really anything to comment on. My mistake if the band I brought up are big in other countries but not that I was aware of, I will delete my post if it offended you that much


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Aava on June 04, 2006, 06:06:53 PM
I don?t know your band.

I just wondered how come Kujo managed to pick the song Red1 recommended?
Ooh I see, it was in another page.. Almost understandable.


What ever, I think this thread shouldn?t be sticky anymore.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on June 05, 2006, 03:34:18 PM
What ever, I think this thread shouldn?t be sticky anymore.


Perhaps. It's not working at all.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: EFISH on June 05, 2006, 03:36:32 PM
myspace.com/the actual

or theactualsounds.com

i truly love this band everyone should check it out.. especially the song "hospitality girl"!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Evolution on June 05, 2006, 03:40:40 PM
myspace.com/the actual

or theactualsounds.com

i truly love this band everyone should check it out.. especially the song "hospitality girl"!


 :rofl: Jesus


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Hammy on June 05, 2006, 04:01:54 PM
ArseBandits Inc. - We Can't Read

Great song....go download go go go  :D


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Jim on June 06, 2006, 07:08:53 PM
ArseBandits Inc. - We Can't Read

I've asked you before not to shamelessly plug your own stuff!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Hammy on June 06, 2006, 07:11:14 PM
ArseBandits Inc. - We Can't Read

I've asked you before not to shamelessly plug your own stuff!
Dude, remember you did guest rapping on the track :D


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Jim on June 06, 2006, 07:12:06 PM
Oh yeah...

In which case, it comes highly recommended!


Title: Re: Please read
Post by: Kujo on June 06, 2006, 07:30:52 PM
Plus the post above me was quoted from another post and didn't bring up any new songs, so there wasn't really anything to comment on.

Evo was just pointing out that I recommended a song that nobody commented on yet, there was no problem with the band that you listed :peace:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Ignatius on July 06, 2006, 10:01:53 AM
We should start giving negative karma to those who doesn't read the rules... (not if that will change anything..)

I seriously don't understand it. This is a good thread, but some ruin it time after time.


I don't know if Jarmo agrees with this, but I'd give a positive karma point to whoever comes with the best idea to solve the little problem we have here.


On topic, c'mon people, I see no review of Kujo's suggestion! That's a great song, but I ain't commenting on it, somebody else has to.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: pasnow on July 12, 2006, 07:05:41 PM
Can I pick up where this last left off?

I will recommend:
The District Sleeps Alone Tonight - The Postal Service
http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=3227563


Listen to this first? >:(

Interesting, definitely very indie, the lyrics are cool, singing is too slow at first for me. I give them credit in that they probably made this song with not much more than a PC and created some drum & synth beats on it. So any of us could if we put the effort into it.

Cool they're on SubPop.



Here's a song from a band I recommend. Kindof offbeat, flat tuned, indie music. Not everyone's type but you kindof have to listen to it all the way thru. Their name is Silkworm but they have since disbanded because the drummer was killed in a car accident.

www.myspace.com/silkworm

"Don't look back.."


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: liesin on July 20, 2006, 09:29:06 AM
The works, I saw the ocean

www.theworks-music.com

great band!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Kujo on July 20, 2006, 09:53:06 AM
Any thoughts about the song pasnow posted? ::)


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: liesin on July 20, 2006, 01:21:39 PM
fucking great song man!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: JohnMorrison73 on July 28, 2006, 06:25:27 PM
Electric Tears by Buckethead.. truly amazing


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Kujo on July 30, 2006, 01:08:51 PM
Yes it is, but....

1. You are supposed to listen to the last recommended song and review it, than recommend a new song
2. This is intended for artists that nobody probably has heard of.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Alan on July 30, 2006, 01:35:53 PM
The works, I saw the ocean

www.theworks-music.com

great band!


love the drums on that nothing like what i usually hear, the other instruments didn't catch my intrest that much, vocals stood out quite nicely though.

overall a pretty good song and i'm probably going to listen to more of the songs on the site later.

---------------

http://www.myspace.com/thelovegods

i'll recommend a track called "mucha lucha", the band are "the loveGods" they're currently based in paris, they play in standard tuning, and it's quite simple music but for some reason i was really drawn to them.


there are a few other songs to download on their site aswell:
http://www.thelovegods.com/music_downloads.htm


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Steel_Angel on September 19, 2006, 08:18:44 PM
^^^ "mucha lucha" is pretty damn catchy, definitley putting that one in my mp3. great lyrics too.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

song i'd recommend:

'mama's room' by Under the influence of giants

http://www.myspace.com/thegiants


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Dr. Blutarsky on September 30, 2006, 12:14:24 AM
Check out this band from China:
"The Supernaturals"  Wasted -  http://www.dragonrecords666.com/music.html


(Tim was my jounalism professor at Brevard Community College in FL in 2000)



Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Bodhi on October 07, 2006, 10:42:51 PM
Fixxer "What its like"  look them up on myspace


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Bodhi on October 08, 2006, 01:07:52 PM
to clarify on my earlier post,, the band is FIXER, they are from NYC, they have no record deal,, they have a stong influence of GNR and a bunch of other great bands...check out their song "What its Like" it is on their myspace at www.myspace.com/fixer   
I saw them open up for Dizzy Reed a few years back


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: J.J. Cook on October 08, 2006, 01:11:09 PM
Buckcherry "Onset"
Beautiful Creatures "Anyone"
Kid Ego "Heart Break Hooker"
Asphalt Valentine "Motorcade"


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: AtariLegend on October 08, 2006, 02:39:35 PM
A tout le monde- Megadeth


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: J.J. Cook on October 08, 2006, 05:25:15 PM
^^^ That's a pretty well-known song.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: AtariLegend on October 08, 2006, 05:33:19 PM
^^^ That's a pretty well-known song.

Not well enough from my view.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Eazy E on October 17, 2006, 04:18:00 PM
GnRFL, JohnSDMF, J.J. Cook, AtariLegend.... Has no one taught you how to read yet?


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: AtariLegend on October 17, 2006, 06:43:22 PM
GnRFL, JohnSDMF, J.J. Cook, AtariLegend.... Has no one taught you how to read yet?

Sorry. :'(


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Feeling Volatile on October 21, 2006, 10:39:14 AM
GnRFL, JohnSDMF, J.J. Cook, AtariLegend.... Has no one taught you how to read yet?

Sorry. :'(

I guess since you were banned, you didn't read the rules.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: sami on November 06, 2006, 11:50:43 AM
Fixxer "What its like"  look them up on myspace


Couldn?t find that song but I listened to another song God Speak and it was really great.

I?d like to recommend these 2 songs

Fates Warning - Part of the Machine
Psychotic Waltz - Locust

Both are metal of the progressive kind and both can be found at MySpace.



Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: 2112 on January 15, 2007, 11:08:11 AM
www.myspace.com/bowsersbrod (http://www.myspace.com/bowsersbrod)

brilliant !!  ;D :drool: :love:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: CheapJon on January 31, 2007, 09:27:38 AM
^love that



www.myspace.com/artmade you can also find some of their work on youtube : ok:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: John Daniels on February 02, 2007, 08:08:29 PM
HIM - It's all tears

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlHjbSNKwqA


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: SlashRock on February 11, 2007, 07:54:32 AM
If you like GnR, well obviously you all do, check out this unsigned band from Boston called 'Crash Midnight'-

www.myspace.com/crashmidnight (http://www.myspace.com/crashmidnight)
www.crashmidnight.com (http://www.crashmidnight.com)

Best Song-'Suicide Tattoo' (make sure you check out this one!)? :beer:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: D on March 21, 2007, 01:20:39 AM
Diamond Boulevard is the only song I see on their MySpace.

They sound real 80's. I like it. Not something Id listen to though on a regular basis but I can see the appeal others have for it.




Check out this band called Black Lab" and the song This Night

It is FUCKING AWESOME!


http://www.myspace.com/blacklabband 


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: AxlsMainMan on March 30, 2007, 08:48:26 AM
Hey, I kinda like that :)

Its not really "my" style, but its still pretty catchy.

This track is called "Forty Six and Two" and its by Tool.

This version is live, but that dont matter...Tool are so good live you'll still enjoy : ok:

http://youtube.com/watch?v=rJmYtIm_vVU

If that doesn't really impress you, this song is alot mellower, but just as amazing...

This one is called "Right in Two."

http://youtube.com/watch?v=A02I1eQHad0

Enjoy :beer:



Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: mrlee on April 18, 2007, 10:35:02 AM
a few vids of songs by different bands old and new, i wont name them, so then people wont just pass them all off.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oaA2ANVuW8o (music video)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woxYmS5RvFw (music video)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnTO9cWyJC8 (music video)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJf3bNjFPnE (a live performance of a song)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5zu2mUEe8Q (live performance of a song)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYUjDi0xKPQ (music video)

ok im done





Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Red1 on June 23, 2007, 10:43:30 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUBdWdQlbj0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4G5H4XWGT9U One of the best voices in the UK at the moment.  Played Download Festival, and Glastonbury this year with loads more to come.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Kady.52 on June 24, 2007, 08:26:54 PM
Heya, I reccomend "Roses On My Grave" by Alleycat Scratch

It's quite a slow song, a cross between Wanted Dead Or Alive by Bon Jovi and Don't Cry by the one and only.

They were an 80's band but never really hit it big, still, their debut Album 'Dead Boys In Trash City' is one I'd reccomend for any fan of hard rock with a more glam sheen.

great stuff.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: norway on July 11, 2007, 06:24:06 AM
I'd like to reccomend Burzum-Dunkelheit from the album filosofem

The one-man-band did an demo in 88 I think, godfather of black metal to some... :P
This was released in 96 (recorded in 92) and is one of the best music burzum ever did...it's an Norwegian black metal musician called Varg Vikernes behind the band.
(http://www.burzum.org/img/varg_vikernes_1987-1999/big/varg_vikernes_1987-1999_06.jpg)

Big idiot but great music nonetheless :peace: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=luFCBdS5PAs


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: LawsonsLaw007 on July 24, 2007, 02:43:26 PM
u know some one thats really good that i thought would suck  John Mayer I recommend him hes realy good! ;D


Peace


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Loaded NightraiN on August 01, 2007, 12:53:57 AM
Butch Walker -- Hot Girls In Good Moods

www.myspace.com/butchwalker


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: 2112 on August 01, 2007, 01:03:41 AM
Dream Theater - When Dream And Day Unite album


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: AXL_GUNS on October 10, 2007, 11:07:01 AM
Testament - The Ballad or The New Order(ppl who like metallica will love them)
Ash - Burn Baby Burn  - fun band not metal


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Orgasmatron on December 09, 2007, 12:52:37 AM
I love D.N.R. (Do Not Resuscitate) & Perilous Nation, well they'd be my favourites anyway :P

Demons & Wizards - Beneath These Waves
Cynic - Veil of Maya
Exodus - Children of a Worthless God
Wednesday 13 - God Is a Lie -OR- Haddonfield!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: CheapJon on December 21, 2007, 04:27:49 PM
Wednesday 13 - God Is a Lie -OR- Haddonfield!

people should check out all of Wednesday 13's songs? :D one of my absolute favourites :yes: saw them live in march and really looking forward for the new albums "skeletons" wich is said to be out in early 2008 ;D


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: D on May 02, 2008, 06:58:43 PM
one of my friends bands here in Chattanooga called ADDC

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=196529367
check out "All Things Considered"

Love this!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Thorned Rose on May 23, 2008, 03:08:38 PM
Bush's entire 1999 album "The Science of Things".

A very very good album.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: D on June 17, 2008, 01:42:37 AM
^
u are suppose to listen to the person's post and then submit an obscure non famous band.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: fuckin crazy on June 17, 2008, 05:43:55 AM
Though it is somewhat dated.

Serj Tankian-Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: MR. GNR on June 18, 2008, 08:07:48 PM
whats everyones view on MGMT...???

Not usually my kinda thing at all.... but I am liking it..!!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Walapino on August 25, 2008, 06:25:24 PM
Hey, this is a great band from Peru.

www.myspace.com/losblanket

Check it out.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Jdog0830 on December 04, 2008, 02:46:17 PM
im goin with Coheed and Cambria Welcome Home is great


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: //JK75 on January 10, 2009, 05:19:31 PM
I hope it's not against the rules but the last Candlebox album is great and I strongly recommend "Breathe Me In"


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: norway on March 21, 2009, 11:53:58 AM
Sounded great, a little Pink Floyd, Bluesy-like guitar. Great singer, slow beat.
Gonna check them more out, thanks! :D

I reccomend Carving a Giant by Gorgoroth. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFn26ntmSsg (love the base in the start).

The singing is Galdr (shaman spellcasting), bit funny. For the metal-lovers.

This is from ad majorem sathanas gloriam, but I think the Incipit Satan album is the best.

Ps/

Band split in two directions. God Seed and Gorgoroth now. :peace:


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Baby Firefly on October 19, 2009, 10:37:08 PM
Rev 22:20 - Puscifer

It's sexy and because I said so.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: SpecialAgentCooper on October 31, 2009, 03:55:21 PM
Either one of the Tweaker albums...great stuff!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Mr. Dick Purple on December 07, 2009, 11:10:18 AM
I've heard twice the gorgoroth song and it sounds pretty cool though Im not that big fan of that genre of music, but as norway said, the base line intro was pretty cool  : ok:

This one is from my country Ecuador, hope you like it
Band: Prime Ministers
Song: Smoking Monkeys

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wrCWG6EM6_I


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Serg on December 23, 2009, 08:30:28 AM
blindfolds aside- protest the hero
bloodmeat- protest the hero


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: D on December 31, 2009, 09:46:01 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PgkSHbvzYyY


Great band from Pittsburgh


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: svdv22 on February 13, 2010, 01:54:48 PM
It's o.k. to listen to that song every once in a while when it's on the radio but it's not something I would buy.

Today's recommendation is from a Belgium band called Ghinzu.

Their first album (electronic jacuzzi) was really experimental, noisy rock with a real melodic piano line in  most songs. Great stuff.
Their third, and most recent, album (mirror mirror) is less experimental and more straight on rock. It has a single and all.. There are many great songs on it and it's definitely word listening to!

But the song I want to recommend is from their second album, blow. It's called the dragstar wave.
The song starts out with a real laid back groovy tune and John Stargasm's lovely voice ;) It then quickly goes into an instrumental break with mostly John playing his piano/keyboard. After a while the song changes radically and goes into full rock formation with guitar, nice drum line and catchy vocals. In the live version (link below) they added an extra verse featuring vocals only before the band kicks in one last time to close the song.
It's really great stuff both music-wise as lyric-wise!

Ghinzu - the dargster wave (studio version):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7doDL7wjJA
Ghinzy - the dragster wave (live at Ancienne Belgique):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbYv2pEZ2KE

Ghinzu official website: www.ghinzu.com
Ghinzu's official YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/GhinzuTV
Ghinzu wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghinzu


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Rasputin on May 15, 2010, 09:36:37 PM
Liked Candlebox, then I saw em live, now I love em  :P

those boys put on a hellova show (at least they did when I saw em)

As for Gorgoroth, know the band didn't know that song, but it isn't horrible
definitely not the worst black metal I've heard

and for mine, if you enjoy a great concert I would totally recommend Cowboy Mouth!
their music is different depending on what album you pick up, but the show is a lot of fun
Jenny Says is my personal favorite by them, definitely recommending that!


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: norway on June 09, 2010, 03:37:53 PM
Wardruna

It's a norwegian band that only uses natural elements in the music. Goathorns, rocks, wood etc
They make songs about the runic alphabet. :peace:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voJwjhHDLSg


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Jdog0830 on August 16, 2010, 11:23:15 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZA1NoOOoaNw

Song is custom hindu made!!!
 :rofl:



Joe


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Gunner80 on August 23, 2010, 09:00:59 PM
Motley Crue - Home Sweet Home(original)


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Jdog0830 on August 26, 2010, 11:55:58 PM
Motley Crue is a band well known.
So is that a legit suggestion then or not?



Joe


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Halo69 on February 24, 2011, 04:58:15 AM
I got a question to make!

I hadnt notice this thread until now, and i came across the title  thought i would check it out cause it seemed like a cool topic, only to realize that the rules for this thread in my humble opinion are too strict and even stupid.  :confused:

Why can't a person suggest a song from an established well known band?? I mean just because there's some bands that have been around forever, doesn't mean you automatically know their music, or even heard of them...

For example, iv heard of Pantera before, but iv never became interested in their music.. thanks to this site... i thought about checking out their songs, and eventually i liked "Cowboys from Hell", and they've been around forever...

Same thing happened with Blind Melon and The Replacements...

So all of this to say that i think the rules for this thread really suck. Not trying to give you guys a hard time, just a suggestion for the rules to be more open minded in this thread.

Its up to you really, keep up the good work  : ok:




Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: SpecialAgentCooper on June 02, 2011, 05:29:11 PM
King Crimson - Walking on Air


Title: Re:Songs you recommend to people
Post by: BackInTime on August 08, 2011, 05:35:12 PM
Backyard Babies are awesome!  Their song "Roads" is one of my favorite.  Check out their official video for it.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQlSkAAsP7M&ob=av2e


Backyard Babies are great, I borrowed their debut of my friend on...Well, somebody's advice from the board. Maybe Aava. It's a really good album.

And that's also a great song.

It will also probably come as no suprise that I'm going to recommend King Adora...

I've recommended them about four times on this board and never have I got any feedback. Well, from one person I have, but he's a loser face.

Download Drag, the title track from their second album.

As I've said before they are kind of pop punk, but I mean this not in the slightest way as what Blink 182 are classed as. I mean real pop punk...Punk with a pop edge to it, slightly more sing along underground Punk. I guess they're slightly glam, but don't be expecting no Hanoi Rocks. Maxi Browne sounds slightly like a more vicious Frank Black.

It's hard to categorize them...

Originally they had support from Kerrang, Q and Radio 1 (The Rock Show..), but that seems to have dried up since they were dropped from their label after their first album.

...But is not important, they have a new label. I saw them live about a month back and they are a great band to see.

edit: I'm dumb, it isn't actually the title track...Although it kind of is. Fuck off.


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: Verasa on April 21, 2012, 01:05:05 AM
The Deadlights


They released only one album in 2000 and broke up late in that year. I thought the album was fantastic from top to bottom and I never really heard anyone talk about them back then or since.
I highly reccomend checking them out


Sweet Oblivion

http://youtu.be/tY2AIPKQ9SU (http://youtu.be/tY2AIPKQ9SU)


Title: Re: Songs you recommend to people - READ THE RULES FIRST!
Post by: WaurioRocks on January 11, 2013, 05:02:29 AM
Time Machine Memories

A brand new indie-scifi-michaeljackson-madmax type of rock band from Finland!

Their first official music video was just released few days ago. Be first to know this.

TIME MACHINE MEMORIES - SORRY
(2013)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2YLcA_A8Q0