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im a fan..or was what the hell happened with them
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im a fan..or was what the hell happened with them
They're still together, been recording their 2nd album for 6 years.

I saw em live in 2006 and late 2008, amazing live.

No idea when they'll actually get around to releasing the album.
#12
Rosetta - Wake/Lift

Such a shame barely anyone knows about it.

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#14
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Rosetta - Wake/Lift

Such a shame barely anyone knows about it.



The Galilean Satellites was great, as well, even though it's completely different.


My pick (for now):

"The Fall of Math"- 65daysofstatic

That band is underrated beyond belief. I know there are fans on here, but they're still basically unknown on a larger scale.
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#16
I wouldn't call "Kezia" unknown, but it's certainly underrated.

I've loved the album since it was released.
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#17
Death Metal by Dismember.... I haven't heard/seen anyone talk about it, not even in the metal forum..
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I was actually thinking about this like ten minutes ago.

Definitely "Quick", released in 2001 by the band Eddie From Ohio. It's a wonderful album, all the songs are great. They're a folk band from Northern Virginia, so they're mostly unknown outside DC and the surrounding areas. I'd definitely recommend it.