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jcb3000  
13 Aug 2009 16:58 | Quote
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Newton Faulkner absolutly incredible acoustic guitarist

also Zebrahead are pretty dam good too!
JazzMaverick  
13 Aug 2009 20:33 | Quote
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Oh how I love this topic!! New music and skill rolling into my brain :D Thanks for introducing me guys!

@ Carl, you are indeed a legend! You're like a jukebox! It's awesome. Spastic Ink are amazing, I need more!

@ Alex, you're increadibly versitile! (Honestly, I was begining to think I was near enough the only one who REALLY liked every style) What genre got you started into the music crave?

@ Ozz, well my friend, music can take control sometimes and all other emotions fade away. (For me anyway)
AlexB  
14 Aug 2009 01:49 | Quote
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Hey Jazz!! I like Almost every style! i went to a concert today,a jazz band was playing,it was like avant garde jazz,i left from there with a headache,so no ultra complex avant garde jazz fusion for me!! nor alternative pop rock or punk ha!

Anyways,aside from those i enjoy everything! why i began to play guitar is because of the Blues,it got into me so deep,i could never leave it,before the blues,i liked artist like Michael Jackson and some of the upbeat electronic music that was being made by then,not much interest tho...so yeah,the Blues with Clapton,Latin with Santana And Country/Rock With The Eagles Were the ones that started it all!!

BTW Another band! : Indialucia !!! Mix of Flamenco Mediterranean music And Indian Traditional Music! i discovered these guys by random on the first weeks of playing guitar(4 years ago),and until recently i could Find some material by Them,Their album is Pure Magic! chek it

Guitarslinger124  
14 Aug 2009 10:52 | Quote
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Metal - Divine Heresy, Inkubus Sukkubus, Lazarus AD
Rock - Ghoul Town, Monster Magnet, David Bromberg, Steely Dan
Classical - David Russel, Chopin, Ottmar Liebert, Sergei Rachmaninov
Jazz - Yellow Jackets, Fourplay, Pieces of a Dream
Blues/Funk - Tower of Power,
Ozzfan486  
14 Aug 2009 11:17 | Quote
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@ Jazz - lol. Okay.
soy.el.che  
16 Aug 2009 16:45 | Quote
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i have so much to post for this topic, ill try to moderate myself-
hear the song Sarah by the slackers
http://listen.grooveshark.com/#/song/Sarah/792918

Theres this other band i describe as reggae makes love to techno and their son smokes crack. Manu Chao.




Damien rices song volcano is damn good


thats all now
J05H  
16 Aug 2009 18:14 | Quote
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BADA$$ TO INFINITY





patleh  
16 Aug 2009 19:52 | Quote
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The Rolling Stones
soy.el.che  
16 Aug 2009 20:03 | Quote
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mmhh..... i did really liked indialucia, quite like something i never heard before...

Tower of power was ok, good music.

About Lawson Rollins, my personal point of view is that he has an amazing technique, even in acoustic he can shred like few in the electric. Anyways, shredders will always be.

i really liked the cover of Jazz is the teacher funk is the prayer
harleyofdoom  
17 Aug 2009 14:43 | Quote
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ah Jazz if you like sleeptime gorilla museum then you will also like a band called HORSE who are also pretty crazy.
ThePusher  
20 Aug 2009 14:48 | Quote
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This is in response to long ago Empirism's comment, my Mexican step-father actually saw Ozric Tentacle live I'm pretty sure if not they're one of his favorite bands
keithmark13  
20 Aug 2009 16:39 | Quote
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AC/DC?

Metalheads should check out The Autumn Offering. I just found them today
ThePusher  
21 Aug 2009 11:56 | Quote
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NINJASPY, hardcore ska is the best thing to compare them too, one listen you'll be hooked, I'm seeing them live for the 3rd time next Saturday night
patleh  
21 Aug 2009 11:58 | Quote
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Siberian
harleyofdoom  
21 Aug 2009 12:42 | Quote
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Herbie Hancock...Gogol Bordello...Joe Pass...Henry Mancini...and some people don't even know who Gershwin is which always surprises and saddens me.
Crunch  
21 Aug 2009 15:29 | Quote
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Soy, I love Noir Desir! Not the kind of montage I would've expected for that song, but cool nonetheless. Viva el Che!
soy.el.che  
21 Aug 2009 16:13 | Quote
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this is metal i do like.



this is the only audio i could find
harleyofdoom  
2 Sep 2009 21:26 | Quote
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neutral milk hotel, in particular the song 'king of carrot flowers'




and can someone tell me how you post videos on here please?
Damien  
3 Sep 2009 08:50 | Quote
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Gallows, Awesome Band, In The Belly Of A Shark Is Worth Listening To.
Bullet For My Valentine, Pure Epicness, The Best Metal Band IMO For Years.
Chimaira, A Band For Death Meatal Lovers.
Evile, Fast Metal That Is Awesome.
Theres Some Metal Bands For You.
harleyofdoom  
3 Sep 2009 12:04 | Quote
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@Damien: Bullet For My Valentine is not a band they're an f'in travesty take your bullet for your valentine and shove it deep deep up your ass, it can go right up there next to your funeral for a friend.

oww lets all wine about how my girlfriend split up with me and wear jeans so tight they crush the last drops of masculinity that it might of been possible to salvage, bullet for my valentine is poor-grade POP music its not rock or metal its just an accumulation of badly worded cliches. i admit that maybe some of the 'musicians' in the band could possibly be said to have talent however that is being squandered producing low-grade junk like that.

im sorry but there is soo much more to music than that please, please go listen to somthing better for your own sake.

may i remind you also that the title of this thread is 'bands people haven't heard of but SHOULD' not bands people haven't heard of because they suck.

Damien  
3 Sep 2009 13:44 | Quote
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I Admit They Are Like That, But I Still Like Some Stuff Like That, But Thats Me.
But You Have To be Like That To be Noticed, It Sucks Really.
But Anyway, I Found A Guitarist Called Rod Degeorge And I Liked It Alot, He Is Creative And Sounds Really Good.
J05H  
3 Sep 2009 21:46 | Quote
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dood listen to a band called scryer
J05H  
3 Sep 2009 21:47 | Quote
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and if u like autumn offering youll love at the throne of judgment
AlexB  
3 Sep 2009 22:40 | Quote
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Xaxa Portilho,Brazilian Guitar Player

TheEbida  
4 Sep 2009 06:45 | Quote
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O.K it will take me a bit to go down this list and listen to these, but I will try my best.
shreadhead96  
16 Sep 2009 17:48 | Quote
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the bravey there an alt rock pop punk band
case211  
16 Sep 2009 17:55 | Quote
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JazzMaverick says:
Ozz, well my friend, music can take control sometimes and all other emotions fade away. (For me anyway)


Your not alone, its weird to have happen when the drummer and bassist are looking at you like WTF?! lol I do these weird faces sometimes and I let the music take control. Feels pretty much awesome
Mici  
17 Sep 2009 12:29 | Quote
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@shreadhead96: I've heard one of their songs and I DO like it.
My band: Glasvegas!
deadman2k666  
21 Sep 2009 02:18 | Quote
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red house painters, joel plaskett, matt mays, dan mangan, plants and animals
Heather  
21 Sep 2009 13:13 | Quote
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I'd have to say Granger Smith and his band. They're a band still, just the kind where the lead vocalist and guitarist gets about all the credit though lol. They all sound great together. More people should know them I feel.

And another called 'OutLett' who added me on MySpace back when I had it. I'm not really into heavy metal and alternative rock, but I have to admit they did sound amazing.
therocknrollmike  
21 Sep 2009 13:17 | Quote
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the red walls
jay reatard
crocodiles
the postelles
nickel eye
vincejonesiii  
22 Sep 2009 14:08 | Quote
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my heart to fear is a good band toooooo
telecrater  
22 Sep 2009 18:53 | Quote
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Yeah they are pretty good, and Iím gonna let you talk some more, BUT BEYONCE HAS ONE OF THE BEST VIDEOS OF ALL TIME!

Kanye Visits AGF
AlexB  
22 Sep 2009 19:09 | Quote
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HAHAHAHAHA Tele
vincejonesiii  
23 Sep 2009 10:04 | Quote
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you should check out MHTFs myspace
PummeledByFoliage  
17 Oct 2009 23:29 | Quote
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JazzMaverick says:
Spastic Ink

Awesome, I didn't expect anybody to name them, haha. Ron Jarzombek is one of my favorite guitarists. Blotted Science is also pretty cool, as someone else mentioned previously. I've tried to get my hands on some Watchtower, too, but it's hard to come by. Here are some bands that you might enjoy (you've probably heard of them, but maybe haven't listened to very much):

Animals as Leaders (Tech-prog metal)
Thrice (Newer stuff - alternative/experimental)
Umphrey's McGee (Prog jam band)
Obscura (Tech-death)
Explosions in the Sky (Post rock)
jcb3000  
19 Oct 2009 05:59 | Quote
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Thrice = incredible

and Tommy Emmanuel. possibly the craziest guitar player out there!

gx1327  
19 Oct 2009 08:38 | Quote
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i am also a big zebrahead fan (MFZ,B!)but i also think they are known enough. they had their time in the sun. the band isn't the same since the original lead singer departed, but the new guy has the same style and the new music is, if nothing else, fun.

bands nobody has heard of... i'm going to go with matt mahaffey aka sElf. matt mahaffey is freakign AWESOME. he released a ton of albums as "sElf" including "gizomdgery" an entire album recorded using nothing but toy musical instruments. he even had a track on MTV ("low") for a brief period of time.

his latest project is called "wired all wrong" it is a duo of him and jeff turzo, one of the members of "god lives underwater" another kickin' '90s electrogrunge band (in the same vein as gravity kills).

wired all wrong is a pretty heavy and very catchy album. sorry, the album is called "break out the battle tapes"

mahaffey also writes a ton of music for commercial jingles. "expedia dot cooooooom" is him, and it cracks me up every time i hear it because you can recognize his goofy voice.


i'm also a fan of brendan small, be it his cartoons, dethklok, or his guitar work for his show "home movies".
fender_bender  
19 Oct 2009 08:44 | Quote
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Hmmm...

Five Iron Frenzy (ska/pop punk)
Demon Hunter (if you like heavy stuff.)
Andy Mckee (you guys may know him)
Group X (stupid, but funny)
BodomBeachTerror  
19 Oct 2009 11:46 | Quote
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ah Five Iron Frenzy xD i remember listening to them, good laugh
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