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CSnyder00
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PostPosted: 2008.11.16(Sun)23:09    Post subject: Okay, okay Reply with quote

I know most of you short posted, but I must set the record straight. I am a Christian, no ifs, ands, or well, you get the picture. What I don't understand is why none of the youth or any of you older folks have picked up on some of these names, just purely for the music and style:

Thousand Foot Krutch
Pillar
Kutless
Skillet
Disciple
TobyMac
Stellar Kart
Project 86 (even though I'm not a fan of screaming)

Now don't get me wrong, I also like the classic popular bands like:

ACDC
Metallica
Guns N Roses
Queen
The Eagles

I just can't get into this new age punk/emo/cut my wrists to bleed stuff. It's depressing and does nothing but put weird thoughts in your mind. Try some of the above. I'm a HUGE Thousand Foot Krutch fan. Check them out. Here's a link in fact for YouTube.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJqBJPPwqGE enjoy!
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millyflowers
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PostPosted: 2008.11.17(Mon)13:29    Post subject: Reply with quote

My new favorite musician is Matt Lowell. Smile

http://www.mattlowell.com
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cichlidboy22
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PostPosted: 2008.12.26(Fri)14:07    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well I'm still into Paramore.
An interesting song I just heard on the radio is Sweet child o mine, by GNR
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silent_rock_faery
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Location: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

PostPosted: 2009.01.15(Thu)19:57    Post subject: Reply with quote

cichlidboy22 wrote:
Well I'm still into Paramore.


Heck yes! whoo paramore!!!

my faves at the moment are:

Birds Of Tokyo
Karnivool
The Butterfly Effect
Paramore

...my usual faves are:
Opeth
Lacuna Coil

and other heavy metal bands... but I'm going kinda mellow...
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FishFlake
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PostPosted: 2009.01.16(Fri)16:39    Post subject: Reply with quote

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An interesting song I just heard on the radio is Sweet child o mine, by GNR


Interesting? Heh. When I was half the age I am now, that song (and band) was all over the place. Are they considered classic rock yet? I'll be shedding some tears the day that happens. Ah well.
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Jisty Morelove
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PostPosted: 2009.01.16(Fri)17:15    Post subject: Reply with quote

hmmmmm..

Musics a wonderful thing, so hard to pick a fav, but..

Jimmy Cliff - The harder they come

after reading most this thread not mainy will of heard of him hehe Smile

Found this link for any1 interested in listening to the song
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=sjtXfkHCEkY&feature=related
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silent_rock_faery
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PostPosted: 2009.01.24(Sat)1:33    Post subject: Reply with quote

FishFlake wrote:
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An interesting song I just heard on the radio is Sweet child o mine, by GNR


Interesting? Heh. When I was half the age I am now, that song (and band) was all over the place. Are they considered classic rock yet? I'll be shedding some tears the day that happens. Ah well.


I'm pretty sure they are classic rock now, not in the sense that they're old, but that they are classic, and rock. So no need to cry Wink
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FishFlake
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PostPosted: 2009.01.30(Fri)19:37    Post subject: Reply with quote

silent_rock_faery wrote:
FishFlake wrote:
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An interesting song I just heard on the radio is Sweet child o mine, by GNR


Interesting? Heh. When I was half the age I am now, that song (and band) was all over the place. Are they considered classic rock yet? I'll be shedding some tears the day that happens. Ah well.


I'm pretty sure they are classic rock now, not in the sense that they're old, but that they are classic, and rock. So no need to cry Wink


Ha! Thanks for the reassurance.

Hard for me to find new music coming out these days I'm into, though I do very much enjoy one group from my hometown, The White Stripes. Used to watch them at the Magic Stick in downtown Detroit all the time before they finally made it.
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PostPosted: 2009.01.31(Sat)5:48    Post subject: Reply with quote

FishFlake wrote:
silent_rock_faery wrote:
FishFlake wrote:
Quote:
An interesting song I just heard on the radio is Sweet child o mine, by GNR


Interesting? Heh. When I was half the age I am now, that song (and band) was all over the place. Are they considered classic rock yet? I'll be shedding some tears the day that happens. Ah well.


I'm pretty sure they are classic rock now, not in the sense that they're old, but that they are classic, and rock. So no need to cry Wink


Ha! Thanks for the reassurance.

Hard for me to find new music coming out these days I'm into, though I do very much enjoy one group from my hometown, The White Stripes. Used to watch them at the Magic Stick in downtown Detroit all the time before they finally made it.


you might like some of these bands if you like GNR and the white stripes. check these out:

Jet
the darkness

actually, I can't think of any others.
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FishFlake
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PostPosted: 2009.01.31(Sat)9:07    Post subject: Reply with quote

silent_rock_faery wrote:
FishFlake wrote:
silent_rock_faery wrote:
FishFlake wrote:
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An interesting song I just heard on the radio is Sweet child o mine, by GNR


Interesting? Heh. When I was half the age I am now, that song (and band) was all over the place. Are they considered classic rock yet? I'll be shedding some tears the day that happens. Ah well.


I'm pretty sure they are classic rock now, not in the sense that they're old, but that they are classic, and rock. So no need to cry Wink


Ha! Thanks for the reassurance.

Hard for me to find new music coming out these days I'm into, though I do very much enjoy one group from my hometown, The White Stripes. Used to watch them at the Magic Stick in downtown Detroit all the time before they finally made it.


you might like some of these bands if you like GNR and the white stripes. check these out:

Jet
the darkness

actually, I can't think of any others.


I do have a Jet album. It's alright, a little contrived.
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