I just got iTunes again so I'm ready for uploading but first I need...

#1
New songs. My iPod is almost full but not fulfilled. I need some GREAT music to look into that I can top things off with. Preferably something I haven't heard before.

I like a lot of rock and metal

Folk is also very good

If you know of any actual good rappers, feel free to suggest. Not like a lot of mainstream crap you hear, but the undergrounds and the revolutionaries.

Suggest a whole band or just suggest a song. (You can also look at my favorite bands on my profile for a better idea)

Also, feel free to suggest something from a music style not mentioned here if you think it's worth it.

This topic is not for the discussion of any person's methods for obtaning their music. Be it legal or not.
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#2
Opeth- Blackwater Park/Ghost Reveries (these are not an option, you need to get them)
Dethklok- The Dethalbum
Megadeth- Rust in Peace (best thrash album ever IMO)
Children of Bodom- Follow the Reaper
Machine Head- The Blackening
Protest the Hero- Kezia
Tool- Lateralus
Dream Theater- Scenes From a Memory
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#3
get S.C.I.E.N.C.E. by incubus, it was a decision i will never regret. one of the best albums imo. i also love dream theater, rage against the machine, and many more.
#4
Look up the rap group "The Dayton Family" they are from Flint, MI. They're very underground and i love them. very talented
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#6
gotta have some bob dylan, a lil 2pac, metallica, foo fighters, there u go, some variety.
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#7
smashing poumpkins and rage against the machine is good too, maybe some guns n' roses
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#8
A lot of you seemed to skip the part that said "Preferably things I haven't heard before"

Just because it isnt on my favorites doesnt mean I havent heard(of) it.

And I'm seeing a lot of big, common names. Not to say I won't check them out, though.

So thanks.

Anymore?
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#10
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ska > whatever you already have

edit: and perhaps you havent heard of it?


Particular bands? Could always use more ska.
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#11
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A lot of you seemed to skip the part that said "Preferably things I haven't heard before"

Just because it isnt on my favorites doesnt mean I havent heard(of) it.

And I'm seeing a lot of big, common names. Not to say I won't check them out, though.

So thanks.

Anymore?
in that case
Evile- Enter The Grave
Maylene and The Sons Of Disaster- II
Porcupine Tree- Stupid Dream
King Crimson- In the Court of The Crimson King
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in that case
Evile- Enter The Grave
Maylene and The Sons Of Disaster- II
Porcupine Tree- Stupid Dream
King Crimson- In the Court of The Crimson King


The names alone have caught on my interest. These will be first in my venture.
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#14
6 Degrees of Inner Turbulance - Dream Theater
The Blackening/Through The ashes of Impires - Machine Head
Absolution - Muse
This Godless Endevour - Nevermore
The War Within - Shadows Fall
Get Out of My Yard - Paul Gilbert
#15
I've got quite a hefty list in the making. I'll probably delete some of the songs on my iPod that I don't listen to. I need the room.
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#16
Easy Star All Stars.

They made a reggae version of Dark Side of the Moon called "Dub Side of the Moon" and they made another album which made reggae versions of radiohead called "Radiodread".

For some 60's sounding stuff from a new band check out "Dr.Dog".

For the love of god please check the above artists out. You won't regret it man.
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#17
In the process. Making a list. Keep it coming guys.
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#18
Just because im listening to them right now...Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, i dunno if they are in your type of music, they are a sort of jazzy band, but they are one of the most talented bands ive ever heard, or seen, which was amazing, Victor Wooten blew my mind.
#19
Heavy Metal Drummer - Wilco
The Bucket - Kings of Leon
Eye of the Hurricane - David Wilcox
Fish and Whistle - John Prine
Race for the Prize - The Flaming Lips
Better Than - John Butler Trio
#20
i just heard "shot down" by nine black alps for the first time and i love it, heres a link to a live version which is really good http://youtube.com/watch?v=9pmhwpVwdCs
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