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Old 5th November 2005, 05:35 PM   #1
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hello everyone !
recently i started to like a litle bit of rock music or soft rock , whatewer u call it
bandss i like are "staind" and "linkin park"
now i need u guys to reccomend me something similar to this bands
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Old 5th November 2005, 08:04 PM   #2
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As this is not exactly the music I know I can't do better than giving you a small list of 'related' artists according to windowsmedia: http://windowsmedia.com/MediaGuide/T...&culture=en-gb
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thanks Hugo i'll check that out
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Well, this may be a bit far off, but I think Jet and Oasis are good places to start. Make sure that you pick up Reanimation by Linkin Park, but skip that mash-up CD.
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Godfathers-great raw rock
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Led Zeppelin
Rolling Stones
Julian Cope (very, very varied)
John Martin
PJ Harvey
Patti Smith
Bruce Dickinson

Linkin Park? Soft rock? If you say so!

The 7 above aren't the same as the people you mention, but would you want to hear the same old stuff over and over? The above are where I'd start anyway. Next lesson in rock will be harder though: when the time comes we shall welcome you, my friend, to the Cathedral of Progressive Rock...

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The 7 above aren't the same as the people you mention, but would you want to hear the same old stuff over and over? The above are where I'd start anyway. Next lesson in rock will be harder though: when the time comes we shall welcome you, my friend, to the Cathedral of Progressive Rock...

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The 7 above aren't the same as the people you mention, but would you want to hear the same old stuff over and over? The above are where I'd start anyway. Next lesson in rock will be harder though: when the time comes we shall welcome you, my friend, to the Cathedral of Progressive Rock...

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Old 22nd January 2006, 10:36 PM   #10
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Would that cathedral be near the Court of the Crimson King where discipline rules?


Yes indeed; I believe they also recite Tales from Topographic Oceans to those who have arrived, travelling many miles on the backs of the very ship of the desert. The Genesis of an era of music which dwindled on the Dark Side of the Moon... oh, heck I can't keep that up! I still love my prog rock though!

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