HeIsEdrid;2661043 said:The Clash?I have London Calling, and I like it, if that makes any difference.
supernova1324;2652477 said:Any reccomendations for bands similar to Midnight Oil? Also, any album reccomendations for Primus?
HeIsEdrid;2661074 said:The Clash U.S. or U.K. version?
Runesmith;2661108 said:Oooh. For bands similar to Midnight Oil, try and give these a listen:INXS:KickShabooh ShoobahSimple Minds:Glittering Prize 81/92 (They have a pretty extensive discography; definitely start off with this excellent compilation first)Big Country: The CrossingPeace In Our Time and Steeltown have some gems, as well.
a21schizoidman;2661110 said:US, but either one is good
b4nny;2661755 said:Mudhoney, which cd(s) do I get first?
a21schizoidman;2659623 said:Fates Warning, Queensryche, Pain of Salvation, Uriah Heep, Epica, Into Eternity, Symphony X, Ayreon, Star One, Spastic Ink, Orphaned Land, Wintersun, Cynic, Atheist, Voivod, Vanden Plas
NewWaveWannabe;2663093 said:Lately, I have been trying to break into New Wave music. Any idea where to start would be great. I found a list of some New Wave bands that might help in recommending albums:
Fizzeler;2663113 said:Joy Division/New Order - Unknown Pleasures (and new order's "substance 1987" which is one compilation album everyone should own)Tears For Fears - Songs From The Big ChairThe Smiths - The Queen Is DeadOingo Boingo - Only A LadThe Cure - Pornography (also throw in "disintegration")The Attractions - Armed Forces or for just Costello This Year's ModelThe B-52s - The B-52sThe Talking Heads - Speaking In Tongues or Talking Heads '77 (i would personally swap out "speaking in tongues" with "fear of music" but you can't go too wrong with this band)
Alright_Computer;2664115 said:Starting points for the Ohio Players?
Gowienczyk;2664137 said:Ecstasy or Honey.
idrumprettywell;2664620 said:Starting points for Buckethead and Franz Ferdinand?
Squaretriangles;2664736 said:Franz Ferdianand has two studio albums. It's not that hard to choose between them.
JerryBrudos;2665670 said:Starting point on Sonic Youth, I only really know them from rockband/gh I like teenage riot but I'm not as big on Kool Thing- those are the only two songs I know.
ROCKBANDFANATIC7526;2666535 said:Best starting point for Steely Dan?
Gowienczyk;2666615 said:Bands in the vein of Funeral Diner and Majority Rule, please. I'd like the more "prog" of 'screamo' bands, yknow; the buildup and textures, etc. So far for this I only have two suggested bands for this vein of 'screamo' music. Gospel and In Minor. But I don't know where to start with those. SO HALP.
afterstasis;2666792 said:get "the moon is a dead world" by gospel and as for OFF minor i don't know if i can pick a favorite... check out both "heath death" and "some blood".a few other bands you may not already know in this vein include dominic, the spectacle, kidcrash, and belle epoque.
Gowienczyk;2666796 said:Album recc's for the bottom suggestions?
Aragha;2666826 said:Any Blondie suggestions?