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1.The Velvet Underground
3.Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band
3. Flaming Lips
4. Cocteau Twins
5. Birchville Cat Motel
The Velvet Underground
Archers of Loaf
has been on my 'list' for, must be, 20 years
to be continued...
Do Make Say Think
Held By Hands
Really I just need the money to buy records by these bands though, more pressing expenses always seem to get in the way
Low can go on my list
*prepares to be repetitively smacked upside the head by Jamie Summers*
They're ok sure, but they seem a bit like a worse version of shudder to think. I much prefer more polished sounding emo like SDRE and Mineral. However, I do only have what is supposed to be the worst Braid album, so you never know...
Cap'n Jazz are great! BUY BUY BUY
THEY'RE NOTHING LIKE SHUDDER TO THINK!!!111!! ETC!!!
MAYBE I SHOULD GET FRAME AND CANVAS AND STOP BASING MY JUDGEMENTS ON THE AGE OF OCTEEN??!?!??!?!
'Killing A Camera' is fucking awesome. Maybe I'll get 'Frame & Canvas' as an Easter present to myself
You really have to own it.
from a very young age, so i'm biased
Probably explains why I can't stand either of them.
I realised and tried to abandon reply but it failed me.
having on ever listened to them while out of it. I don't think that any more though.
nine inch nails
Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster
You need fixed, quickly!!!
Then I realised you typed Radiohead twice, 80s Matchbox is the other one by the way. :)
but not nearly enough considering how much I like what I do have, and how big their back catalogues are (80s Matchbox excluded)
1. Ben Folds Five
2. Tom Waits
5. Galaxie 500
So that makes:
...two to go
Dillinger Escape Plan
Can't think of any others...
immediately spring to mind... maybe Radiohead as well, if I'm honest... Lots more, probably...
2. Elvis Costello
4. Tom Waits
Nah, Klaxons are shit.
Except maybe Elvis Costello. His early stuff is good but he's been shit for about twenty years.
1) Neil Young
2) Black Sabbath
5) American Football
4 and 5 come from my love of Cap'n Jazz and 'mathy emo', so I'm pretty much dead cert I'd love them.
not a band. Don't they teachyou anything at "university"?
2.Guided by Voices
5.Sarah Records, (not a band but you know where I’m coming from).
4. Frank Zappa
5. Captain Beefheart
Tapes 'n Tapes
Tokyo Police Club
2. Field Music
3. Pete Frampton
5. Scott Walker
I am sure there are loads more.