#1
I always find myself listening to the same bands on my mp3 player despite the 5k songs i have on there. Can someone reccomend me some music. I listen to stuff like rhcp, audioslave, wolfmother, mars volta, at the drive-in, chevelle, zeppelin, u get the idea.
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#2
If you like Zeppelin and RHCP, check out Jane's Addiction. Some of their stuff may take a few listens, but you'll soon realize a band that was way way ahead of their time and just too brilliant to last anyway.


Buckethead if you like crazy guitar work....
#3
Quote by CousticStrangla
If you like Zeppelin and RHCP, check out Jane's Addiction. Some of their stuff may take a few listens, but you'll soon realize a band that was way way ahead of their time and just too brilliant to last anyway.


Buckethead if you like crazy guitar work....

Yeah i have all of janes addictions cd's on my mp3, i j/ need to listen to em.
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#4
you might like some sublime, sabbath or white stripes

my best suggestion is to go to http:// , there you can type any artist and they'll give you at least 50 simmaler artists, its amazing
#5
Ween
Melvins
King Crimson
Comets on Fire
Kyuss
Mammatus
Isis
Praxis
Minutemen
The Jesus Lizard
Boris
Primus
NoMeansNo
Witch
The Pop Group
Mr. Bungle
Mastodon
Pere Ubu
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Yeah i have all of janes addictions cd's on my mp3, i j/ need to listen to em.


Janes Addiction as well as Zepplin are great for straight rock n roll, for jazz I would recommend John Coltrane or JFJO, for jam rock I would suggest Phil Lesh and Friends or Steve Kimock.