neckermanncj;2599748 said:The Flaming Lips
Buffdog18;2603250 said:Anyone got some good songs by Cheap Trick.
Buffdog18;2603338 said:Also, any GOOD post-grunge songs.
Alright_Computer;2603364 said:PotUSA is cool.
screwtop;2601690 said:I have Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots. I love that album.
afterstasis;2603386 said:third eye blind (singles from first two albums)
neckermanncj;2603931 said:they are Post-Grunge?????? i used to LOVE Third Eye Blind, i never considered them Post-Grunge :rolleyes:
afterstasis;2603322 said:i think the majority of cheap trick's best songs are actually their singles, particularly "the flame", "surrender", and "dream police".
Meyernltn;2603947 said:I'll ask once more...Does anybody have any recommendations of where to start for Extreme?
Ellipsis;2604360 said:Hooray, I get to be useful!Some of this probably isn't post-grunge, but who cares:Plowed, Molly, and Wax Ecstatic by Sponge
Cubecubed;2604841 said:i used to listen to hip-hop like crazy.Then i became disillusioned with the current hip-hop scene. Recommend some good Hip-hop please!!!!!
Alright_Computer;2604867 said:The Roots, k-os, OutKast, Common, and the Beastie Boys are some of my favorite hip-hop artists.
Ellipsis;2604360 said:Hooray, I get to be useful!The Freshmen by The Verve Pipe
Gowienczyk;2604887 said:Arts The BeatdoctorAtmosphereBlack Eyed Peas (Behind the Front-era only)BlackaliciousBlockheadBrother AliBusdriverCommonCut ChemistDe La SoulDel the Funkee HomosapienThe Gift of GabHaiku D'etatImmortal TechniqueJazz LiberatorzJean GraeJurassic 5K-OSLateef & the ChiefMadvillainThe Mighty UnderdogsNasOutkastPeople Under The StairsThe PharcydeThe RootsSage FrancisSlum VillageTalib KweliI'd post more, but it'd be more than you could handle.