soul_power
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Join date: May 2006
7,407 IQ
#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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CousticStrangla
UG Newbie
Join date: Dec 2006
2,469 IQ
#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....
soul_power
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Join date: May 2006
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#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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TexasShuffle222
Registered User
Join date: May 2006
28 IQ
#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
Dr._Rock
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Join date: Aug 2006
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#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
TheLastTrueJedi
planktonite
Join date: Jan 2007
21 IQ
#7
Quote by soul_power
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.