chilts wrote:psquiddy wrote:Pink Floyd ................ It's an age thing.
No it's not - my teenage kids love Pink Floyd (Dogs/One of These Days/Careful With That Axe Eugene etc.) and they are into seriously extreme metal like Death, Slayer, Testament, Children of Bodom etc..
Also votes for previously mentioned Clutch, Kyuss, Flogging Molly, Monster Magnet, Led Zep, Metallica
Not mentioned yet - but if you like the above how about White Zombie/Rob Zombie, Goatsnake, Eagles of Death Metal (Not even slightly death metal), Disturbed, Seether (Half way between Nirvana & Pearl Jam), Hawkwind (Lots of different music over the years - metal through punk to rave with psycodelia, pop and electronic thrown in), Slayer (Persevere - it is well worth it), White Stripes (Jack White is a guitar god who thinks he is Led Zeppelin), Electric Wizard, Tool, Seth Lakeman (folk rock chap with a voiolin - you might have seen him on BBC coverage of Cambridge Folk Festival last week) and Queens of The Stone Age.
Happenned across Dinosaur Pile Up on the unsigned stage at Reading last week - they sounded good.
Yes - I listen to a lot of music and there is a heck of a lot of great stuff out there but finding out about it can be a problem because of the awful radio coverage in this country - so I will be following up on some of your recommendations too.
Good on your Kids - they should check out the Aussie Pink Floyd Show they are awesome.
Actually what I meant was that as I get older I revisit the stuff I listened to when I was younger e.g Floyd
...At the moment I'm listening to The Cure by The Cure (new one out soon)!
LN Strike Eagle wrote:Found a couple of new Freemasons tracks last night. Remixes of Eric Prydz's "Pjanoo" and of the Funk Fanatics "Love is the Answer". The second one, in particular, is ace.
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