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Postby Eternal_Tears_of_Sorrow » Sun Jan 15, 2006 9:21 pm

cantilena91 wrote:I would then be in a serious trouble if I'd mention all my recommendations

same here :P but i would like to recommend Jamiroquai i think a lot of you know him already but he's so awesome ^__^
http://youtube.com/w/Jamiroquai---Virtual-Insanity?v=pk9IGhxOigc&search=Jamiroquai
i think most of you have seen this video cause when this single came out people made a fuss about it because of the graphics in the video =P

i would like to recommend The Prodigy
http://youtube.com/w/prodigy-out-of-space?v=rebm-fLF6T8&search=prodigy%20
Maybe some of you know this song, cause it's old

and i would like to recommend D'espairs Ray, it's a Japanese visual kei band and i'm not sure if you all will like this but i thought maybe some of you will =)
http://youtube.com/w/D%27espairs-Ray---Born?v=gULsjDvBePc&search=d%27espairs%20ray


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Postby Ardens » Sun Jan 15, 2006 10:01 pm

Most of the artists that I like have already been mentioned above.There's hardly anything to add.:D

One of my favourite singers and songwriters is Dido. Her music is a bit mainstream, but I like it even though. http://www.didomusic.com/


I also like the music of Nickelback. Their music is something between pop and heavy metal. http://www.nickelback.com/
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Postby Eternal_Silence » Sun Jan 15, 2006 10:27 pm

Yeah, D'espairs Ray is so cool! ^_^v

this song(and video) is also very cool:
http://www.youtube.com/?v=4fhTvVYuQ9E

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Postby nessieq » Mon Jan 16, 2006 4:16 pm

Ardens wrote:One of my favourite singers and songwriters is Dido. Her music is a bit mainstream, but I like it even though. http://www.didomusic.com/


have to say that I loved the first album, but the second was kind of a let down in comparison, and i think it'll date a lot quicker than "No Angel". I'm wondering about any future plans for dido- anyone know if she's going to be releasing another album any time soon? It's been a while, hasnt it?
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Postby Phantas » Mon Jan 16, 2006 5:19 pm

I would like to recommend the flw artist/band:

Blackmore's Night

Official Homepage http://www.blackmoresnight.com

Dutch Fanclub Site: http://www.blackmoresnight.nl

Blackmore's Night is a band, consisting of about seven people.
They make Renaissance/medieval styled music with a rock twist.
The front man & woman are:
Ritchie Blackmore & Candice Night

Candice is the singer of the band and their latest album, "The Village Lanterne" should be coming out sometime during February.

Many ppl will know Ritchie Blackmore from his Deep Purple and Rainbow background. He loves playing and listening to Renaissance music, which is why he has chosen this direction. However, he still plays some rock classics (for example, "Smoke on the Water") and the latest cd will feature the combined song of Mond Tanz with Deep Purple's Child in Time!

But, the old classic will have gone through the "blackmorizing machine" and transformed to a mix between Renaissance and Rock.

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Postby Becket » Mon Jan 16, 2006 5:32 pm

Yes Rainbow was very good when I saw them live and Blackmore was pretty impressive...I think some guy name Dio was singing with them, interesting to see that Blackmore is still recording music 8)
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Postby AndyPandy » Mon Jan 16, 2006 8:57 pm

REM - one of my favourite bands ever. :)

They have recorded many classic songs and albums over the years, but nothing can prepare you for seeing them live..... Awesome.

I highly recommend "In time" the best of REM, lots of amazing tunes on it. However, if they happen to tour again, I'd definately go back for more (even if my ears did ring afterwards for 2 days)
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Postby Ardens » Mon Jan 16, 2006 9:53 pm

nessieq wrote:have to say that I loved the first album, but the second was kind of a let down in comparison, and i think it'll date a lot quicker than "No Angel". I'm wondering about any future plans for dido- anyone know if she's going to be releasing another album any time soon? It's been a while, hasnt it?
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I agree with you that her first album was a bit better. I like "Life For Rent", but "No Angel" is rather unbeatable. I doubt that she'll ever produce something like this again.
After her second album, she released a music DVD called "Dido Live At Brixton Academy". Her live performances are rather amazing and I even think that some of the songs sound better than on the original albums.
But as far as I know, there isn't any news about the release date of another album. There's rumour that it will already be this year, but it's just rumour.
She's doing a lot of things between the release of her albums, like promoting, touring, writing songs for other artists, working with her brother....but I hope that she'll soon release a new album again.
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Postby nessieq » Tue Jan 17, 2006 8:48 pm

Ardens wrote:After her second album, she released a music DVD called "Dido Live At Brixton Academy". Her live performances are rather amazing and I even think that some of the songs sound better than on the original albums. .


I must pick that up- thanks for recomending it, i'd no idea such a thing existed, lol. I'd be interested to see what she comes up with but, to be honest, i think her music's gotten far too commercially 'pop' and i really dont get it at all. I doubt I'll buy her next album unless i'm really crazy about some single or whatever.
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Postby Lady Ryu » Wed Jan 18, 2006 8:45 am

i like dido too. i was at her concert 2 years ago with a friend. i actually only went to the concert to see this friend again. but it was wonderful. i had to buy the albums later because i was always humming "life for rent".

some other artist who i really really like and who is live better than any album is Pippo Pollina. he's italian, but lives in switzerland. he sings in german, swissgerman, french and english but mostly in italian. he's lyrics are great and very critic to the mafia and the italian government (also a mafia).
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Postby Eternal_Tears_of_Sorrow » Mon Jan 23, 2006 8:44 pm

i like dido too, i have her first album =P but i have never bought het second because i think the music of her first is better =)
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Postby hermeyjdi » Sat Jan 28, 2006 5:43 pm

How about Shawn McDonald!! He is so awesome. Here is his website: http://www.shawnmcdonaldmusic.com/
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Postby Angoid » Mon Jan 30, 2006 12:40 pm

One of my favourites, not yet mentioned :mrgreen: has got to be Eden's Bridge.

A cool Celtic Christian worship band that hails from the North of England, I find their music very uplifting and easy to listen to.

Some of their music is gentle and flowing but they do have some more up-beat stuff.

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Postby Jim » Mon Jan 30, 2006 2:41 pm

Angoid wrote:One of my favourites, not yet mentioned :mrgreen: has got to be Eden's Bridge.

A cool Celtic Christian worship band that hails from the North of England, I find their music very uplifting and easy to listen to.

Some of their music is gentle and flowing but they do have some more up-beat stuff.

LizzyRyan ..... if you've managed to listen to Picture Me yet ..... did you notice the word that was left out in the line, "Picture Me when it feels like ..." ?!?!?!?!?!! :?: :?: :!: :?:


Yes, Eden's Bridge is highly recommended. Here are some other Celtic and Celtic Rock artists you may like:

Fairport Convention
Danu
Steeleye Span
Bothy Band
Solas
Blackmore's Night
Dan Ar Braz (awesome Breton guitarist)
Flook
Lunasa
Fluxus
Pentangle
The Electrics
Gaelic Storm
Aoife Ni Fhearraigh
Great Big Sea
Afrocelts
etc.
etc.
etc.
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http://ezfolk.com/audio/bands/894/index.php

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Postby Lady Ryu » Tue Jan 31, 2006 8:58 am

a band i like (mostly) is ERA. the songs are in latin i think and have a good melody and rythm. but the 3rd album THE MASS i wouldn't recommend as it seems to me just like the first album ERA.
ERA and ERA 2 are wonderful!

also a great musician and songwriter is Aimee Mann. she wrote the music to the movie magnolia. just that she wrote the music before the movie existet and they made the movie because of her songs! she is really great and i love her lyrics.
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