vandalizemenow00;1604426 said:I like: Grunge, Punk, Rock. My top five favorite bands are: Modest Mouse, Pixies, Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and The Beatles. What bands that I have never heard of do you guys think I would like?
afterstasis;1604680 said:are you familiar the following...?broken social scene, cursive, yo la tengo, pinback, the shins, built to spill, band of horses, superchunk, belle & sebastian, volcano i'm still excited, kind of like spitting, the dambuilders, wipers, green river, belly, thingy, and (assuming you definitely know this one, but just in case) ugly casanova.
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.
kwami42;1604068 said:And Cubecubed, I would look into a band called Fair to Midland...there isn't really much to compare them to, but I think they're most like Coheed.
Oomingmak;1606566 said:Anybody know some good french music with female vocalists? Preferably early sounding, stuff from the 50's and 60's would be great.
Ryyke;1607572 said:I need some good doom metal albums to listen to. Suggestions?
DarkSide247;1608750 said:Where to start with Darkthrone? I already have Transilvanian Hunger, is that good enough to start or should I get anything else?
Alright_Computer;1592891 said:What genre? There's tons of rock genres from the 90's, but if you're looking for grunge, then go with what instantdeath said. Especially Alice in Chains and Soundgarden. and the Backstreet Boys
afterstasis;1608776 said:yeah, i'd say that's a great starting point (and their finest album).if you're into exploring their more punk-influenced material you can check out "F.O.A.D." and if you'd like to hear their take on death metal then check out "soulside journey".if you'd rather work your way up to "transilvanian hunger" then the two preceding albums are also fantastic... "a blaze in the northern sky" and "under a funeral moon".
afterstasis;1604159 said:it's hard to recommend a bad brains album, because the "self-titled", "i against i", and "rock for light" are all pretty damn close in quality, but i'd start with the self-titled and then get one of the other two if you like it.black flag's "damaged" is definitely the place to start with them.i'm afraid i can't help with bad religion... they never did it for me.
WhiffleBallTony;1604395 said:Okay, I want some good dance/trance/house stuff. All I know about is Daft Punk. Anyone got some suggestions?
bierfaht;1608797 said:now a request...indie with electronic elements like The Notwist. please don't say postal service though
Julio_Strikes_Back;1609056 said:Starship Trooper by Yes has infiltrated my "best songs ever" list. Recommend me some Yes!
DarkSide247;1609070 said:Start with Tales from Topographic Oceans, Close to the Edge, The Yes Album, and Fragile.
DarkSide247;1608801 said:I suggest Ben Neill and Apoptygma Berzerk.
afterstasis;1607644 said:here are some good albums for an intro to doom...sleep - holy mountainrwake - voice of omenselectric wizard - dopethronesunn 0))) - black one
Darkside247 said:St. Vitus - Mournful CriesElectric Wizard - Come My Fanatics, We LiveSleep - Dopesmoker/Jerusalem
Soror_YZBL;1609575 said:Beware of Apop! They turned into a really bad emo band for the last record.
betlwedl;1612448 said:Hey, I've been looking for some good Prog metal lately. I already know all the obvious ones though (Dream theater, Opeth, Between the Buried and Me, Pain of Salvation, Symphony X, Cynic). Thanks!
DarkSide247;1612592 said:Hm, I wasn't aware of that. (I've mainly only heard stuff from 7 and Soli Deo Gloria)