wrldindstries302;1592932 said:OUTSTANDING POST
Runesmith;1601089 said:I'm looking for obscure New Wave bands or deep cuts from well-known groups of this genre.
afterstasis;1601206 said:here's a handful. let me know if you're already familiar with them.camouflagegina x performancerational youthq lazzarustoyahfad gadgetreal lifesilicon teens
Runesmith;1601236 said:I actually just heard a Camouflage song yesterday on XM, but I can't remember the title of it. Fad Gadget and Real Life (Send Me An Angel is a staple around here) used to be played semi-frequently on one of the 80s alternative stations I listen to, and I know who Toyah is, though I don't think I've heard any of her music before. I've never heard of the other four, which is great. Thanks. EDIT: I just remembered that Silicon Teens was one of Daniel Miller's sideprojects. I'm a big fan of The Normal.
schmeankman;1602710 said:http://www.last.fm/user/schmeankmanLook at my page and suggest away.
instantdeath999;1602744 said:If you like Crosy,Steels, Nash & Young, I suggest some of the stuff they did individually. Check out the Byrds, Hollies, Buffalo Springfield, and Neil Young.
instantdeath999;1602788 said:Byrds are Crosby, Buffalo Springfield are both Stills and Young.
instantdeath999;1603352 said:The easiest option would be to go for a greatest hits. For the Byrds, this would be the one to get. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Byrds_Greatest_HitsIf you're looking for an album, I would reccomend Mr. Tambourine Man or Turn! Turn! Turn!.Buffalo Springfield have only released three albums. I'd say their second attempt is the best.
Cubecubed;1604051 said:Couple bands i want to get intoBad BrainsBad ReligionBlack Flag
kwami42;1604064 said:Ok, question for all you doom/sludge metal fans. I've been thinking about trying some of this stuff out (like Sleep and Electric Wizard), but I don't have much of a metal background at all. Do you think I would hate this stuff if I just jumped into it? Should I ease myself into it with some more mainstream stuff first? Thanks.
timmay9;1603711 said:I'm looking for some great psychedelic tunes, specifically from the 60's. Don't mention Jeff. Airplane, as I already have a lot of them.
afterstasis;1604170 said:i'm pretty sure these bands were all active in the 60's... if not, it was early 70's...the zombies, love, 13th floor elevators, amon duul, os mutantes, the electric prunes, kaleidoscope, aphrodite's child, brainticket, and flower travellin' band.there's a boatload more, but that'll get you started on a wide variety of psych rock.
timmay9;1604286 said:Edit: Which Kaleidoscope did you mean? British or American?
afterstasis;1604304 said:actually, both of them are good. "a beacon from mars" is especially incredible.i prefer the american one, and apparently jimmy page agrees... he said that they were his favorite band of all time.
WhiffleBallTony;1604395 said:Okay, I want some good dance/trance/house stuff. All I know about is Daft Punk. Anyone got some suggestions?