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#1
I've gotten bored of most my music, so I was hoping you fine people could help.

I like layered music along the lines of:

Porcupine Tree
Steven Wilson
Opeth
Radiohead
Muse
Tool
APC

So suggest me some albums
#3
I recommend Dinosaur Jr. - Green Mind solely because that is what I am listening to at this moment.
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#6
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Porcupine Tree
Steven Wilson
Opeth
Radiohead
Muse

Tool
APC



nice


anyway:

Rush
Explosions in the Sky
Sigur Ros
Jane's Addiction
NIN
King crimson
Kyuss
Mogwai
Queens of the stone age

and if you like heavy stuff:

Irreversible
Boris
isis
Neurosis
Baroness http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_U2ZFe1wtc
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Last edited by Outerspacegrass at Aug 12, 2010,
#7
Explosions in the sky. Most beautiful music ever produced.

Edit- start out with how strange, innocence
Last edited by Boomspartaakick at Aug 12, 2010,
#9
I suggest looking into blackfield its one of steven wilson's side projects. Also pink floyd is an obvious choice if you haven't already checked them out. Finally i've been listening to a lot of broken bells lately which i think you might like. Check them out on youtube.
#10
+1 to Explosions, Isis, Neurosis, Boris.
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#12
Traced in Air - Cynic
Carving Desert Canyons - Scale the Summit
From Mars to Sirius - Gojira
Are You a PROG-HEAD? I am.


We raise the Vibratory so high
That all untruth will fall of its own dead weight
#13
Rush
Mastodon
Agalloch
Amorphis
Atheist
Cynic
Coroner
Devin Townsend / Strapping Young Lad
Death
Dream Theater
Gojira
Liquid Tension Experiment
Nevermore
Pink Floyd
Robin Trower
Sikth
Voivod

That should do, hope you find something you like.
#14
BTBAM- Selkies
-Mordecai
-Prequel to the Sequel
-Alaska
-Every other song they've ever written.
#16
also The Mars Volta
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#17
Alter Bridge and Creed dude.


Always Alter Bridge and Creed.


Oh, and Robbie Williams - Angels

I've got that song stuck in my head, and I like it.
#18
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Alter Bridge and Creed dude.

Fail.

Get into some King Crimson.
Marshall amplifiers are the truest purveyors of rock and roll known to man.

"And give a man an amplifier and a synthesizer, and he doesn't become whoever, you know. He doesn't become us."

Holy crap, check this out!
#20
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Fail.

You're really something else, you know that?
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#21
Stuff from the U.K

Always ensures a good time.. IMO British music is 5000000x better than American




#22
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Dubstep, lots of it.

...
Easily the worst recommendation on this thread.
Don't know if trolling or not.
No ego-inflating quotes nor stupidly long signatures to be found here.

Move along.

Bands/Artists of the month; Marco Sfogli, Marco Sfogli and Marco Sfogli .


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^lol'd at the sig, adj209
#23
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Stuff from the U.K

Always ensures a good time.. IMO British music is 5000000x better than American



I would like you to know that your chess pieces are moving up and down.
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#24
Damn people.

I should have mentioned I grew up on classic prog like Crimson and Floyd. About to check out a few of these suggestions.
#25
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Damn people.

I should have mentioned I grew up on classic prog like Crimson and Floyd. About to check out a few of these suggestions.

Imma recommend you a pretty obvious band; The smashing pumpkins.
Check out Siamese Dream, which is personally my favourite rock album of the 90s
No ego-inflating quotes nor stupidly long signatures to be found here.

Move along.

Bands/Artists of the month; Marco Sfogli, Marco Sfogli and Marco Sfogli .


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#26
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Rush
Mastodon
Agalloch
Amorphis
Atheist
Cynic
Coroner
Devin Townsend / Strapping Young Lad
Death
Dream Theater
Gojira
Liquid Tension Experiment
Nevermore
Pink Floyd
Robin Trower
Sikth
Voivod

That should do, hope you find something you like.

+1. I love how this list is alphabetized, but Rush is stuck at the top.
Are You a PROG-HEAD? I am.


We raise the Vibratory so high
That all untruth will fall of its own dead weight
Last edited by incarnation at Aug 12, 2010,
#27
Just got done with Explosions in the Sky, and I'm impressed. Which album should I start with?
#28
How Strange, Innocence or whatever is good. Try the Youtube like I posted too. It's post-y like Explosions.
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#30
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...
Easily the worst recommendation on this thread.
Don't know if trolling or not.

Oh sorry, I forgot your taste in music is what's right.

(I also didn't read the op properly so I don't know if it's way off topic)
#31
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Oh sorry, I forgot your taste in music is what's right.

(I also didn't read the op properly so I don't know if it's way off topic)

Just the fact that OP lists progressive bands, and you throw in dubstep? which is at the completely opposite end of the spectrum..
No ego-inflating quotes nor stupidly long signatures to be found here.

Move along.

Bands/Artists of the month; Marco Sfogli, Marco Sfogli and Marco Sfogli .


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^lol'd at the sig, adj209
#33
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Really cool. Sounds like a mixture of Tool and Katatonia, with some outschool death metal influence. Album?

That's from Wavering Radiant, but they're all really good.
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#34
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Just the fact that OP lists progressive bands, and you throw in dubstep? which is at the completely opposite end of the spectrum..



And what makes you think the OP isn't willing to try out new music? Diversity is key.
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#36
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And what makes you think the OP isn't willing to try out new music? Diversity is key.

"I like layered music along the lines of"

On that note i also want to recommend Aphex Twin, can't go wrong with them.
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Move along.

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^lol'd at the sig, adj209
#37
^ Oh the hypocrisy
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That's from Wavering Radiant, but they're all really good.

Get Wavering Radiant and Panopticon. Panopticon isn't as heavy, but it's downright beautiful.
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#38
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"I like layered music along the lines of"

On that note i also want to recommend Aphex Twin, can't go wrong with them.



Yea, and Aphex Twin is totally "layered music along the lines of." But its ok though, because TS might enjoy Aphex Twin even though that isn't explicitly what he asked for.
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#39
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^ Oh the hypocrisy

Get Wavering Radiant and Panopticon. Panopticon isn't as heavy, but it's downright beautiful.

What are you on mate? music that i've recommended so far is all progressive and 'layered'. Dubstep ain't.
No ego-inflating quotes nor stupidly long signatures to be found here.

Move along.

Bands/Artists of the month; Marco Sfogli, Marco Sfogli and Marco Sfogli .


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^lol'd at the sig, adj209
#40
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What are you on mate? music that i've recommended so far is all progressive and 'layered'. Dubstep ain't.


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'layered'. Dubstep ain't.


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Dubstep ain't 'layered'



Wut. Have you ever heard Dubstep before or do you just know it as "that obnoxious club music?"
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