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Old 06-03-03, 11:57 AM
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Bands/artists you've just discovered who already have a few albums

I wasn't really sure what to call a band with a few albums... established?

Anyway. I just discovered two bands that I really like. One of them is called Cursive. I downloaded a bunch of MP3s off their labels website and wish I had the money to buy every one of their albums. I can't believe I haven't heard of this band before.

They kind of remind me of a cross between Cake and an emo band.

Here are their mp3's:
http://www.saddle-creek.com/bands/cu...downloads.html

The other band I discovered because of Cursive. They are a Japanese punk/emo band. Some have called their music a cross between Fugazi and Jimmy Eat World. They're called Eastern Youth

Here's one of their free Mp3's

http://www.epitonic.com/files/reg/so...No_Kanatae.mp3
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Bright Eyes is another great band from Cursive's hometown of Omaha. He's been around for a while, but I'm just now getting into his stuff.
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Originally posted by Hiro11
Bright Eyes is another great band from Cursive's hometown of Omaha. He's been around for a while, but I'm just now getting into his stuff.
Yeah. I like some of his stuff. I may pick up an ablum.
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This past year I started delving into jazz, so let's just say that Nina Simone and Miles Davis finished their work long before I was even born.

I've been into The Sea and Cake for awhile, but it wasn't until recently that I actually picked up any albums.
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Cradle of Filth.

Guess I'm making up for lost time (they've been around for roughly a decade, with a slew of material out) by mentioning them in every. Single. Music Talk thread I post in from now on.
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Mason Jennings, downloaded a few converts off the Internet picked up all 4 CDs when I went to see him in concert
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PORCUPINE TREE. Some people recommended In Abstiena, and wow!!!

They have quite a back cataloge too!

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