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#1
Title says it all. Post em' and spread the gift of good music to the masses.

For me it would have to be Red Fang. I love the raw, uncut, hard-hitting garage/stoner/sludge rock sound.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjfkYWz6l5E&feature=fvw

Post em'.
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#2
Death Cab For Cutie, and Modes Mouse.

EDIT: and Them Crooked Vultures, they're alright.
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#3
The Gorillaz. They're pure genius.
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#4
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Death Cab For Cutie, and Modest Mouse.



That's one for me too.


I remember hearing "Float On" on the radio a few years ago but I've recently started listening to it and it really is good music.
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#5
Joan Baez, and lately I've been rediscovering a lot of bands that I haven't listened to for a while.
#9
I only recently got into the Eagles and Cream. I raided my Dad's CD collection and came out with some great old Cd's (Johnny Cash, Eric Clapton). Though I don't listen to that many 'bands' as such.
#15
Obsidian (The dutch one), Centinex and Demonical. Also I'm just giving some of Devin Townsend's stuff a tentative listen. So far so good, so this is probably another one to add in here.

Edit: Also Augury
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#17
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Same here, just started listening to them yesterday
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#19
http://www.anamanaguchi.com/

I literally found them five minutes ago.


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#20
I rediscovered my love for Mad Capsule Markets. Anyone who doesn't love at least one song is dead inside.

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#22
Dr. Dog, The Flaming Lips, Billy Boy on Poison, La Fleur Fatale, Liberator, and The Company Band.

Edit: Them Crooked Vultures. Like it even needed mentioning
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#23
Have been getting into High on Fire and Gojira this last week. Good stuff.
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#24
Mastodon for me.
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#25
Between the Buried and Me and Them Crooked Vultures.


EDIT: Oh, and Boards of Canada and Squarepusher.
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#27
Cynic and Shawn Lane
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#28
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That's one for me too.


I remember hearing "Float On" on the radio a few years ago but I've recently started listening to it and it really is good music.


Yea, I believe I saw them on t.v. a while ago, then a friend told me to take a look at em, so I got a few albums. Now I absolutely love them!
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#30
Muse
Chinese Democracy is a great album, people need to get over Slash.

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#31
The Fall or Troy and, of course, Them Crooked Vultures.
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#32
the avett brothers are amazing. Their newest album "I and Love and You" is really relaxing. I highly recommend it if you like folk/acoustic stuff.

Them Crooked Vultures are pretty cool too.

edit: if you like avett brothers, check out dan auerbach's solo album (he's the guitarist of the black keys). His solo album is very good too.
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#33
I've kinda gotten back into The Beatles lately, really letting it soak in. Good stuff. Also, whomever posted Gorillaz, been listening to them properly for the first time, I like what I hear.
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#34
Been listening to a lot of Lower Definition and Jason Mraz.

Lower Definition have sick riffs and the singer is great!

I also love learning to sing Jason Mraz's songs.
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#36
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Yes mate! I saw them not more than a month ago at a local bar, It was amazingly brutal.

I've got into The Fall Of Troy.. the guitarwork is a mind****.
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#37
Quote by ilikeguitar90
the avett brothers are amazing. Their newest album "I and Love and You" is really relaxing. I highly recommend it if you like folk/acoustic stuff.

Them Crooked Vultures are pretty cool too.

edit: if you like avett brothers, check out dan auerbach's solo album (he's the guitarist of the black keys). His solo album is very good too.

#38
ive been getting into Attack Attack! a lot lately.
I really enjoy the transitions between synth and screaming.
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