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#1
I need some new music, nothing sounds good to me anymore, except for the new Say Anything album, and even that, it's still bitter to my ears.

I can't play guitar for a few weeks, so until then, it's up to you guys to provide me with new great sounds.
And we will weave in and out of sanity unnoticed
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#4
Sikth, Textures, Meshuggah, Opeth...

I can't really be much more helpful since I don't know what kind of music you like.
#5
I like all kinds
I'm trying out Julian Casablancas new album right now, it sound great, but it's not satisfying my needs
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Glowing in radiant madness
#6
Get some old Our Lady Peace.
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#7
Brand New. If you listen to them properly, rather than just background music. Anything Deja Entendu onwards will give you something a bit different
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#10
some bands i've really been listening to alot are:

symphony x
circus maximus
Guthrie govan
Arsis

if you haven't heard of some of these, check em out
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#13
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#14
You should definitley look up DJ Shadow.
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#15
Nothing...
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#16
Viraemia
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#19
I'm not really digging any trip-hop or electronic music right now. I did like Rabbit in the Headlights by UNKLE, but that was probably due to Thom Yorke.

I'm really picky right now.
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#20
Try some Frank Zappa. If you can get into it, it could change your life and your entire musical world.
#21
Quote by Beserker
Try some Frank Zappa. If you can get into it, it could change your life and your entire musical world.

I already listen to Frank Zappa
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#22
Norah Jones. Seriously, my dad used to listen to her all the time but I had forgotten about her. Then I saw her on Colbert last night, and I think I'm in love.
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#23
you should try some coheed and cambria
once you understand the story behind it you'll be hooked

a bit like me
#24
Jazz man. Get all types of it. From Miles Davis to Earl Klugh to Wes Montgomery.
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#25
Quote by lushacrous
Norah Jones. Seriously, my dad used to listen to her all the time but I had forgotten about her. Then I saw her on Colbert last night, and I think I'm in love.

I love Norah Jones Hopefully I'll get into her. My girlfriend loves her too
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#26
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I love Norah Jones Hopefully I'll get into her. My girlfriend loves her too



My roommate and I have been listening to her albums all day, made for some weird Super Smash Bros matches
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#27
Quote by daanbread
you should try some coheed and cambria
once you understand the story behind it you'll be hooked

a bit like me


They used to be my favorite band, but I don't listen to them much anymore. But KSOSE III will always be a favorite

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Jazz man. Get all types of it. From Miles Davis to Earl Klugh to Wes Montgomery.


you should check out Eric Dolphy or Charles Mingus.


I think I'm stickign with Norah Jones
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#29
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Screw listening to music.
Try eating yourself.

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#30
QOTSA, Them Crooked Vultures.
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#32
Try some older Porcupine Tree, like Voyage 34 or lightbulb sun, etc.
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#34
Quote by dustyboy316
Try some older Porcupine Tree, like Voyage 34 or lightbulb sun, etc.


ugh, I bought dementia so I could break a $20 and because my ex wanted candy....


she never bought the candy, and i didnt really like the record
And we will weave in and out of sanity unnoticed
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#36
Turn on the radio and tune to a station.

Listen for an hour, picking out songs/bands.

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#37
Quote by TDKshorty
ugh, I bought dementia so I could break a $20 and because my ex wanted candy....


she never bought the candy, and i didnt really like the record


The older stuff is more experimental, and soundscape like.

The newer is more progressive, rock, metal. It's almost two completely different bands.
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#39
"Wolves" by Jesu
"The Playgrounds Are Empty" by Jesu
"You Wear Their Masks" by Jesu
#40
if youre looking for some fun kinda music then

hot leg (80s hair metal)

otherwise try some

beck (folk rap)
the parlor mob (blues rock. very zeppelinish)
priestess (hard rock)
stone gods (hard rock)
uriah heep (70s rock)

hope that helps
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