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Music I Like [Oct. 10th, 2007|08:15 am]
Silicon Rose
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My playlist consists of (English artists only for now):

Avenged Sevenfold
Orgy
Atreyu
Shadows Fall
Annie Lennox
The Eurhythmics
Pat Benetar
Heart
Human League
Lonestar
Alanis Morissette
The Cruxshadows
Depeche Mode
Dido
DJ Tiesto
Drist
Eve 6
Faith and the Muse
Fall Out Boy
Good Charlotte
Gwen Stefani
Icon of Coil
Information Society
Iris
Iron Maiden
Jann Arden
Journey
Kanye West
Kelly Clarkson
London After Midnight
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Maroon 5
Nickelback
Pink
Razed in Black
Rod Stewart
Savage Garden
Sevendust
Sisters of Mercy
U2
VNV Nation
Barcelona

I'm currently missing:
Roxette
Evanescence
Enya
BT
Vanessa Carlton
Counting Crows
Matchbox 20
Rob Thomas
Incubus
Sting/and the Police
Don Henley
Don McLean
Weird Al 
Black Sabbath

Given this, any suggestions?
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[User Picture]From: froborr
2007-10-10 04:30 pm (UTC)
Well... I've heard of some of the people on that list, but the only one of them that I actually have any music from is Enya.

However, I've seen several of them in truebluejay's CD binder while riding in her car. I shall ask her if she has any suggestions.
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[User Picture]From: froborr
2007-10-11 08:07 pm (UTC)
truebluejay's message follows:

Just a thought--

Coheed and Cambria (I've never heard Avenged Sevenfold, but I think they did a tour together. I've heard the two together in one sentence somewhere. Also, I recommend listening to "A Favor House Atlantic," "Blood Red Summer," or "Time Consumer" first. It's a different kind of sound, and if I hadn't heard those songs first, I probably wouldn't like them at all.)

Blue October (I like nearly everything I've heard. Huge variety of sounds--from country-ish to rock to dance to whatever. She's probably heard "Hate Me" which is a good song, and possibly "Into the Ocean" which I can't stand. Both those songs got radio play, espectially "Hate Me." KIRSTEN liked that one. Do warn her, though--the lead singer writes pretty intense stuff. He spent years in and out of psych wards, and he draws a lot of his ideas from that. She might appreciate that, it might turn her off, I don't know.

Also, Thursday (my favorite songs are "Cross Out the Eyes" and "Asleep in the Chapel". The rest that I've heard are "eh" but she might like them.)
She might hate them all, but it's worth a shot.
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[User Picture]From: dragonoflife
2007-10-10 05:06 pm (UTC)
Nightwish. Stadium Arcadium by the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
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[User Picture]From: ketsugami
2007-10-10 05:36 pm (UTC)
Masterplan. Bad Religion, maybe.
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[User Picture]From: mauracelt
2007-10-10 06:59 pm (UTC)
What, no Rasputina?? huh. ;)
That's a good group of sounds to combine and enjoy. me likes the list.
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[User Picture]From: pristis
2007-10-11 02:36 am (UTC)
*sigh* Every time I think I've got a vague idea of what popular music is, the reality of it confronts me again.... I can't recognize most of those (or I've only ever heard one of their songs, as with Information Society-- though it's a good song), so I can't help you...


Wait a minute, you're a Maiden fan too?
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[User Picture]From: tlttlotd
2007-10-11 03:13 am (UTC)
Abney Park
Death In June
Deltron
MC Frontalot
Alphaville
Eddie "Flashin'" Fowlkes
Possible Oscar
Type O Negative
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[User Picture]From: harinezumi
2007-10-11 04:55 am (UTC)
For hard rock/heavy metal I recommend
Led Zeppelin
Rush
AC/DC
Ozzy Osbourne
Guns n' Roses
Savatage
Dream Theater
Monster Magnet

For general rock and pop you should check out
Queen
Cundi Lauper
Billy Joel
Concrete Blonde
Tori Amos
Radiohead (particularly the first two albums)
Angry Salad
TaTu


Also, if you're OK with not comprehending the lyrics, I've got a ton of Russian CDs to lend you ^^
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