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Sup Pit. I was just listening to the Lawrence Arms, and I realized that they were great and I wondered why I didn't listen to them earlier. You all got a band like that?
Crazier than a fish with titties.
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Grandfather clocks and jizz.
#4

Always assumed they were just generic death metal that sounded like anything else, now one of my favorite albums.
sunbather is shit
#5
Coheed and Cambria and Protest the Hero, my 2 favorite bands.
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Glad to see the sex king getting some action I think it might be time for me to pull him out again tonight and take him for a spin around the rift.
#6
Some really obscure underground band, you've probably never even heard about them.
#8
is this thread about bands we assumed werent going to be good but turned out to be good, or bands we listened to at first not liking and then ended up liking?

the faceless i had no opinion on and ended up liking^^^^

but i didnt care for mgmt, only hearing the hits, then ended up liking them a lot listening to them after i bought both albums.

thats really it. i dont judge bands until i listen to them. and i usually, 99% of the time like a band the first listen.
#10
Foo Fighters
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#12
lil wayne.

and after echoes silence patience and grace, i lost all hope for foo fighters.

BUT NOW THEYRE BACK! SO THEM TOO! IN BIG CAPTIAL LETTERS!
#13
Never used to think Unearth were any good, then heard The March and opinion totally changed. Similar thing with The Black Dahlia Murder... what I'd heard of them was not my thing and I didn't like any of it, then I heard Moonlight Equilibrium and downloaded Ritual right away, although with TBDM I still don't like their other stuff... think Ritual is just more melodic and that appeals to me more
Hey, look. Sigs are back.
#14
OutKast...i thought they were some pop-rap band...
they are so raw.
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You are a sick man, Riley.
#15
TT-Reuter
The Stone Roses

Didn't think either would be any good. TT Reuter is one of the best swedish bands ever imo.
sometimes I see us in a cymbal splash or in the sound of a car crash
#16
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OutKast...i thought they were some pop-rap band...
they are so raw.

yeah

and weezer
now extra flamey
#18
Maylene and the sons of disaster.. just hearing their title made me think i wouldnt like em.. but I did.
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No.


Well, technically it could be done, but only in the same way that you could change a cat into a hamburger. It's an unpleasant process, and nobody is happy with the result.
#19
Steel Panther
We are the diamonds that choose to stay coal;
A generation born to witness
The end of the world

#21
the faceless
Always assumed they were just generic death metal that sounded like anything else, now one of my favorite albums.



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Never used to think Unearth were any good, then heard The March and opinion totally changed.


I used to confuse them with Underoath and therefore hated them for ages Turns out they're actually really good.

OT: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. Saw their name on a patch on someone's leather jacket. The dude was huge and hairy and clearly hadn't listened to the band, but I thought I wouldn't like the music. Turns out they're an awesome garage rock band who do incredible acoustic sets.
#22
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Some really obscure underground band, you've probably never even heard about them.


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#23
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OutKast...i thought they were some pop-rap band...
they are so raw.


Yes. Stankonia is a goddamn masterpiece.
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My prayers are with you and your balls TS


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I ran out of chicken nuggets.

When will this misery end.
#24
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Yes. Stankonia is a goddamn masterpiece.


ah, nice to see some love for OutKast
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You are a sick man, Riley.
#25
I listened to Limp Bizkit for the lulz and ended up liking them. I discovered Wes Borland is an amazing guitarist, and Sam Rivers has badass basslines.
2013 #5 Uger
2012 #7 Uger

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Jesus, Horsedick, you are my hero

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don't worry guys his girlfriend is black, she said it was okay for him to say that.



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Shitty Covers

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Lastfm
#26
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Always assumed they were just generic death metal that sounded like anything else, now one of my favorite albums.

i cant even read the band name
#27
I don't understand this thread.

I'm gonna say this is bands who we didn't think wold be good, but really liked.

Protest the Hero
BTBAM
Muse
Coheed and Cambria
___

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she was saying things like... do you want to netflix and chill but just the chill part...too bad she'll never know that I only like the Netflix part...
#28
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I don't understand this thread.

I'm gonna say this is bands who we didn't think wold be good, but really liked.

Protest the Hero
BTBAM
Muse
Coheed and Cambria


I thought this about Coheed, and I thought PTH would be like Dream theater for me, where I respect the musicians but don't particularly care for the music. Then i listened to Kezia...
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My prayers are with you and your balls TS


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I ran out of chicken nuggets.

When will this misery end.
#29
The Mars Volta. They had a shit live performance when I saw them support Soundgarden. I gave them a chance recently and I don't know why I didn't do it sooner. I'll say Protest the Hero as well. Going by the name, I though they'd be like that A Day To Remember stuff, but now my heart beats for Arif.
#30
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Steel Panther

This, along with every glam metal band... I was that stupid thrasher kid in high school until I grew up and started liking KISS and stuff and now whammo... Here I am with more glam than thrash on my iPod
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Incest is wincest!

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Because he's the hero The Pit deserves, but not the one it needs right now. So, we'll hunt him, because he can take it. Because he's not our hero. He's a silent guardian. A watchful protector. A Dark Anus.
#31
John Frusciante was an artist I thought I'd never like. Absolutely amazing however.
sometimes I see us in a cymbal splash or in the sound of a car crash
#32
Only discovered shinedown recently as I always thought they were Sevendust for some reason
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#33
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I don't understand this thread.

I'm gonna say this is bands who we didn't think wold be good, but really liked.

Protest the Hero
BTBAM

Muse
Coheed and Cambria

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I thought this about Coheed, and I thought PTH would be like Dream theater for me, where I respect the musicians but don't particularly care for the music. Then i listened to Kezia...

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Glad to see the sex king getting some action I think it might be time for me to pull him out again tonight and take him for a spin around the rift.
#34
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Akeldama is better.
My band, Escher
My progressive rock project, Mosaic

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clearly, the goal is to convert every thread into a discussion about BTBAM

BTBAM IS ALWAYS RELEVANT
#35
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I don't understand this thread.

I'm gonna say this is bands who we didn't think wold be good, but really liked.

Protest the Hero
BTBAM
Muse
Coheed and Cambria

Phils, you rule.

First off, Nevermore. Holy hell. Love them so much.

I thought Opeth was actually some progressive hardcore band (I'd never heard them at all) then I listened to In Mist She Was Standing and The Apostle In Triumph. Dear Lord that band is phenomenal.

I also love The Human Abstract (cue StewieSwan) Didn't know what to expect but I really really like em. They make me want to write sonatas.

Veil of Maya, All Shall Perish, and Scale The Summit. I like them from least to most in that order of the three.

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I thought this about Coheed, and I thought PTH would be like Dream theater for me, where I respect the musicians but don't particularly care for the music. Then i listened to Kezia...

Fortress and Scurrilous. Get them bro.

BTBAM > Jeff Loomis, PTH > DT in my opinion, although there would be a ton more bands in there
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How was Confucius death metal?
You've clearly never read any Confuscius.

As I wait on the edge of the earth,
I can see the walls being torn down again
Only to be rebuilt in another name,
On a different day
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#36
Not sure about awesome yet but I listened to Sigur Ros today for the first time ever and I liked it. Thought I wouldn't like it.
sometimes I see us in a cymbal splash or in the sound of a car crash
#37
Led Zeppelin, really disliked them if anything for a really long time, but all of a sudden it clicked and I love all their stuff now.
#38
Used to think that Portugal. The Man was a hardcore band, but then I found out that they only used to be that and now they make indie-ish music with the purpose of being perfect and giving me orgasms.
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I INVOKE SOPA TO SMITE YE FOR THIS FALSEHOOD.
#39
MGMT. I always thought they were just a lame, pop band because of all of the people I knew that liked them. But my friend had me listen to their album Oracular Spectacular one day and it was phenomenal. Totally not what I excepted. It is super catchy stuff, but it's really well done super catchy stuff. Then I gave their second album Congratulations a chance, despite what I've heard everyone say about it being a terrible album, but I like it even more. It's so 60s.

Also, my life changed when I heard Pinkerton for the first time.
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