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OfflineAdamist
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The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0
    #1540967 - 05/12/03 03:37 AM (20 years, 11 months ago)

I need a wider selection of music. I mean I need some really creative, mind-blowing music. Make your suggestions here... you never know what kind of doors you will open in other people's minds... music can be extremely powerful, as most of you know.

So here are a few things I've been listening to alot lately:
Afro Celt Sound System (these guys are great, I think they are like a 20+ member 'band' at the moment, they make celtic +electronic music) I only own Further In Time :Volume 3 (which I highly recommend), but I also have mp3s from various other albums.
Boards of Canada- I really like their music, it always puts me in a certain state of consciousness... I think they have alot of subliminal meaning in their music. I only have mp3s of them, at the moment.
Dead Can Dance- These people are great musicians. Some of the most soul-full music I've ever heard. :smile: I own the album "Spiritchaser"... great stuff.
Book Of Kin- most people have never heard of these guys; they are an Australian trip-hop psychedelia type group that sing about things such as the Mayan 13 moon calendar and the existence of alien life. If you want to check them out  here is a great song called Syntropic Syntactix.
Red Snapper- great acid jazz type of music, if that makes sense. All I have are a bunch of mp3's... songs like "Crusoe Takes a Trip" and "Crease" are pretty nice.
Sound Tribe Sector 9- Very spontaneous music... ranging from psychedlia rock to trip-hop, I highly recommend these guys. Check out some of their stuff  here.
Peter Gabriel- Soundmind recommended me the album "Passion", and it was a very pleasant surprise for me. Gabriel strays more from the "pop" world and this album experiments with all sorts of different global musical styles. 

Other than that, I've been listening to a lot of Godspeed! You Black Emperor, Mogwai, John Frusciante, Philip Glass, Brian Eno... I'm always on the lookout for great new musical creatiions, so post your own, and maybe we can learn and grow from each other... 


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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: Adamist]
    #1541141 - 05/12/03 08:12 AM (20 years, 11 months ago)

ive been listening to a whole lot of lemon jelly lately. 
to me they have a 'trance' like sound.. without the same fast continuous beat the whole way through.  its usually slow and steady, but extremely technical. 
i love them :laugh: 

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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: usefulidiot]
    #1541685 - 05/12/03 12:30 PM (20 years, 11 months ago)

Good Sleaze:

Murder City Devils
Nick Cave
The Beauvilles
Queens of the Stone Age
Squirrel Nut Zippers (spec. "The Ghost of Stephen Foster")
Tom Waits


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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: Sclorch]
    #1541952 - 05/12/03 02:16 PM (20 years, 11 months ago)

i dont know the bands that you said

but if you want creative and different, maybe you would like Alan Parsons Project, although its a bit old or whatever i think its quite unique and special, kind of like a NIN of its time maybe


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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: SWAY]
    #1542019 - 05/12/03 02:37 PM (20 years, 11 months ago)


I've been switching off between Andy Summers "The Last Dance Of Mr. X", Bill Connors "Step It", and Larry Coryell/Emily Remler "Together" for the last few days, all are solid jazz/fusion cds. Thanks goes to FreakQlibrium for turning me on to Connors recently.


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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: AislingGheal]
    #1542080 - 05/12/03 03:06 PM (20 years, 11 months ago)

oh man

Infected Mushroom - Converting Vegetarians

ohhhhh sooo goood



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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: pattern]
    #1542083 - 05/12/03 03:07 PM (20 years, 11 months ago)

radiohead

deltron 3030

dr. octagon

dj krush

kid koala


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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: atomikfunksoldier]
    #1542114 - 05/12/03 03:19 PM (20 years, 11 months ago)

Atmosphere

Aesop Rock

Blackalicious

Jedi Mind Tricks

Modest Mouse

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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: ]
    #1542193 - 05/12/03 03:45 PM (20 years, 11 months ago)

i know this doesnt really relate 100% to this thread...
but im gonna go see queens of the stone age, the mars volta and the chilli peppers in about an hour!!!!!!    :grin:
muahaha....  :laugh: 

appologies for the interuption...    :smirk:

Edited by usefulidiot (05/12/03 03:47 PM)

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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: Adamist]
    #1542229 - 05/12/03 03:54 PM (20 years, 11 months ago)

Shpongle, Hallucinogen...


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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: Meph]
    #1542349 - 05/12/03 04:49 PM (20 years, 11 months ago)

I HIGHLY recommend the album "El Cielo" by Dredg. Dredg is a fucking amazing band. Also, "Make Yourself" by Incubus is an amazing album. Peace.


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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: chunder]
    #1543260 - 05/12/03 09:41 PM (20 years, 10 months ago)

some amazing didgeridoo artists are:
Jess M
Ganga girl
David Hudson
hmmm...Juno reactor is really good (affrica based)
Asura (more indian based)
hmm..i like a lot of psytrance too, some good ones are:
skazi
source unknowen
psyside
neuromotor
insect sun


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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: Adamist]
    #1543944 - 05/13/03 12:46 AM (20 years, 10 months ago)

In alphabetical order (since I couldn't decide on which ones are best..)

Celtic Cross - Hicksville (samples)
Entheogenic - Entheogenic (samples)
The Fireman - Rushes (samples down about halfway)
Floatation - Floatation (samples)
Hallucinogen - Twisted (samples)
Hallucinogen - The Lone Deranger (samples)
Infected Mushroom - Classical Mushroom (samples)
Infected Mushroom - Converting Vegatarians (samples - double CD)
Makyo - Yakshini (Couldn't find samples..)
Mystery of the Yeti Part I (Couldn't find samples..)
Mystery of the Yeti Part II (samples)
Shpongle - Are You Shpongled? (samples)
Shpongle - Tales of the Inexpressible (samples)
Shulman - Soundscapes and Modern Tales (samples)
Younger Brother - A Flock of Bleeps (samples)

The samples are pretty low-quality..


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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: Strumpling]
    #1544295 - 05/13/03 03:55 AM (20 years, 10 months ago)

i cant believe someone said tom waits. i just saw/heard him for the first time on austin city limits this weekend and was going to reccomend him. anyways lets see who else

creadence clearwater revival real mellow acoustic music.
string cheese incident real good jam band
willie nelson does so many different genres hes going to release a reggae album soon.
coldplay is great too

my picks arent as obscure as some of the others. but i really like them. and they are all great artists. peace

blaze2


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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: blaze2]
    #1546183 - 05/13/03 06:28 PM (20 years, 10 months ago)

blaze2: i cant believe someone said tom waits. i just saw/heard him for the first time on austin city limits this weekend

Cool.
Check out these songs:
"Step Right Up"
"Table Top Joe"
"Big in Japan"


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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: Adamist]
    #1546257 - 05/13/03 07:02 PM (20 years, 10 months ago)

Ever heard of the Gorillaz? They're great! I listened to them the last time I tripped on mushrooms, and it was pure ecstasy!

They're self-titled album is the only music of theirs I've heard, but it is great! I don't want to recommend any specific songs because they are all great in their own way. Happy listening!

-RebelSteve


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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: Adamist]
    #1546430 - 05/13/03 08:15 PM (20 years, 10 months ago)

I've always liked....

Joe Satriani (Flying in a Blue Dream)

Steve Vai ( Passion & Warfare )

Yngwie Malmsteen  ( song: Black Star... my favorite...  I even tried to learn it...  Well... at least I tried, OK? ...Trust me....  :tongue: )

Y Y Z  By RUSH... ( I learned the bass on it !!  :grin: )

NIN  ( Downward Spiral ...  By FAR  my fav of Reznor's albums )

MANSON  ( ANTICHRIST  Svperstar ...  I almost died in the mash pit at his concert...  What a rush !!! ) ... Mechanical Animals...  not bad.

My latest interest is in a spinner named  DJ  TIESTO [ Ferry Costen ]...  Very interesting messages.... 

[ edit * ] ... Oh ya !!  Van Halen ... Can't forget good'ol  EDDIE !!!!  :grin:



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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: Deiymiyan]
    #1546681 - 05/13/03 09:45 PM (20 years, 10 months ago)

some inspiring music i've recently stumbled across:

Jane's Addiction: Nothing's Shocking
Peach (some old album.... Bassist of TOOL's old band)
Miles Davis: Aura
Massive Attack: 100th Window
Buckethead: Colma (all really chilled out instrumentals.. no crazy shit)
King Crimson: Beat
David Thorn & Terry Bozzio: Polytown (fuckin awesome)
Vida Blue: Vida Blue


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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: Grav]
    #1547024 - 05/14/03 12:06 AM (20 years, 10 months ago)

Anything from the following bands:

A Perfect Circle
Tool
Radiohead
Mr. Bungle
Tomahawk
Delerium
Pink Floyd
Yes

Christopher Franke (New Age composer)
Adiemus (New Age)-Can't remember the composer

And many many more


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Re: The S&P Forum's music picks v2.0 [Re: Amnesiac]
    #1547216 - 05/14/03 01:18 AM (20 years, 10 months ago)

damn only two shpongle recommendations :wink: :confused: :wink:


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