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belg4mit,

The classifications were extrememly generic at best and were intended for those with limited knowledge about the mentioned bands, and of music altogether. I could have literally classified those 50 or so groups into about 25 categories.

Sigur Ross is great! I really should have had them in my recommended list. My wife has the Sigur Ross alien tatoo'd ......somewhere. I also love Gus Gus, and old Chem Brothers (dirt). Soul Coughing is another band I know a bunch about. I listen to them a few times a year. Modest Mouse is great. The drummer for Primus lived in my small college town for a while. I literally grew up listening to their stuff. Favorite from them was the song Southbound Packaderm. Woodpeckers from Mars was my little group of friends' theme song in high school. Ozzy is well, Ozzy.

I have not heard anything from the following bands:
  • Land of the El Caminos (though I live there)
  • dEUS
  • The Rentals
  • Ugly Casonovas
  • 764-Hero
  • Clawfinger
  • Ben Lee
  • Looper


  • I look forward to checking all of them out though along with the site you included. Thanks for the input.

    Hok_si_la

    In reply to Re^3: I usually listen to... by hok_si_la
    in thread I usually listen to... by belg4mit

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