JukeBoxHero;2716317 said:I recall 3 being pretty similar to Coheed and Cambria.
killer_roach;2719586 said:Trying to settle a long-standing musical discussion between my father and I... recent bands similar to Electric Light Orchestra.
HeIsEdrid;2719915 said:Any modern music that I can sink my teeth into and follow for awhile.Bands I like:The BeatlesThe ClashThe DoorsThe Jimi Hendrix ExperienceLed ZeppelinPink Floyd (The more mainstream stuff: The Wall, DSotM, WYWH)The Rolling StonesRush (Fly By Night - Signals)They Might Be Giants (Flood, other recommendations greatly appreciated)Violent Femmes (Debut, other recommendations greatly appreciated)The WhoP.S.: @Afterstasis, that YouTube link was the best thing I've ever clicked on. :eek:
afterstasis;2720069 said:of montreal - coquelicot
HeIsEdrid;2720991 said:I liked DT's Necromancer cover, Fizzeler.
tridentgum0;2721243 said:Ok, definitely need a Yes album. Since Fizz is here, I figured I'd ask.
Fizzeler;2721193 said:their best cover (only good one) check out Images And Words best starting point for them then move chronologically
killer_roach;2721899 said:Their only good cover? I would point out almost everything on the Uncovered disc of Black Clouds & Silver Linings, but notably Tenement Funster / Flick Of The Wrist / Lily Of The Valley (which Brian May refers to as the best Queen cover ever), and also To Tame A Land. Possibly also Perfect Strangers off of A Change Of Seasons.
Julio_Strikes_Back;2722524 said:So, thanks to the people who recommended Mogwai. I really, really like them. Mr. Beast is epic.
Alright_Computer;2722736 said:That was me. You're welcome. One of my personal favorite post-rock groups behind GY!BE and God Is an Astronaut.
tridentgum0;2722788 said:Crust punk that ISN'T Amebix?
Gowienczyk;2713234 said:[QUOTE=neckermanncj;2713181]God Is An Astronaut?This Will Destroy You?Slint?
neckermanncj;2722933 said:where to begin for God Is An Astonaut, i think i may have asked this b4....EDIT: yup nvm
Alright_Computer;2722981 said:All Is Violent, All Is Bright is my favorite from them, but all their albums are fantastic. They're one of the few post-rock bands that can actually do something similar to riffs and verse/chorus form, which is pretty rare in post-rock.
neckermanncj;2723039 said:O.o (!!!)Sigur Ros does that to, but i can tell you don't care for them