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Old 05-28-04, 01:17 PM
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What bands do you recommend

.. if I am a fan of these few?

Incubus
Evanescence
Muse
Linkin Park (maybe.. minus Mike Shinoda )
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Re: What bands do you recommend

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.. if I am a fan of these few?
The Pixies.
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Lacuna Coil (sounds a little like evanesance just with more of a goth and christian sound then nu metal)
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the Deftones
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From a fellow Muse fan - try Our Lady Peace's early work and Finger Eleven's more recent work. Muse toured with Live for awhile - you might like their older stuff (Throwing Copper is a must). Matthew Good has a different sound but a similar sensibility. Try his solo album Avalanche or his old band's album Beautiful Midnight.
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kaper, welcome to Talk and GREAT choices!!!I am I big fan of all the choices you mentioned. I just recently got into Muse. Ill second all of your choices and add:

A Perfect Circle
Coldplay
Billy Talent
Yellowcard
The Used
Chevelle
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Thrice
Planes Mistaken for Stars

Not sure if they'd be what you're looking for, but both are very good.
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woah. not many people know about owsley. i got his first CD for 49 cents at a tower records when i was in callifornia..

if you can find this CD anywhere, pick it up. it's superb! for fans of fountains of wayne, beatles, weezer, etc.

i also have his second album.. that's not so great, but there is a very good cover of wings' 'band on the run' on it..

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I'd recommend A Perfect Circle based on those bands you just named.
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Old 05-29-04, 11:20 PM
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I'd recommend...

Boys Night Out
Nine Inch Nails
Tool
Hoobastank
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Old 05-30-04, 03:17 PM
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at the drive in
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In a word, CURVE ! Amazing band.
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A second for And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead. Great band.

Also:

Hellacopters
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Slobberbone
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A couple of Texas bands that have recently gone nationwide sounds like they would be right up your alley...

Blue October
Vallejo

And a third for ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead.
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Originally posted by Hiro11
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I didn't know those other bands were skinheads.


But going on the ones mentioned I'd say perhaps Aerogramme.
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A lot of people never give these guys a chance. They were so good back in the day! All of their albums are good, but if you just want the basics, pick up their 2 disc "best of" set. Great cover of Lionel Richie "Easy" too.
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They were also good with their first singer. What ever happened to him (I forget)?
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