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Old 07-02-2010, 08:28 PM   #11 (permalink)
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seeing such great heights just brought a big smile to my face. have you heard the streetlight manifesto version? speaking of that, check out some ska. a good chunk of your playlist is upbeat, in fact i have skanked to electric feel. to get a start, google mustard plug, streetlight manifesto, reel big fish, big d and the kids table, etc.

kids by mgmt is great with such great heights, along with fireflies by owl city, kids by mgmt, and northern downpour by panic at the disco. if you are into patd, nine in the afternoon and that green gentlemen have the same beatles sound you get from northern downpour (check out sam's town by the killers, too!)

also give phish and grateful dead a listen, if you haven't before.

you also got some rap there, and as much as it is the opposite of what i stand for some wu tang always does good for the soul

you got an awesome taste in a variety of music, man. just make sure you keep an open mind to other stuff.
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Old 07-06-2010, 03:36 PM   #12 (permalink)
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when i ride the park i usually listen to some blink, eve 6, new found glory, old school hip hop, day to remember, yellowcard basiclly anything heavy

when i hit the slopes/powder, i slow it down a bit with some dispatch, RHCP, slightly stoopid, jack johnson and sublime
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Old 07-06-2010, 08:43 PM   #14 (permalink)
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when i ride the park i usually listen to some blink, eve 6, new found glory, old school hip hop, day to remember, yellowcard basiclly anything heavy
No disrespect, but I think it's funny you think Yellowcard and new found glory are heavy
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agreed. they have similar depth like sublime, but their songs are more minor.
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Zebrahead- punk with a rapper. Older albums for a more rock feel, newer albums for more pop-punk. Cover album if you really like songs sung by girls... xD
Maximum the Hormone- the closest I've seen to Japanese metal. Buiiku Kaesu is the best album in my opinion (hardest playing too).
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones- good ska. You probably have heard "The Impression that I Get", but the rest of the album is good too.
Motion City Soundtrack- Lighter than the other choices here, but still pretty intense.
Pink Spiders- punk
Pyschostick- BEER!!! and Orgasm=Love
Rock'n'Roll Soldiers- Failures or Funny Little Feeling are both pretty good. Your mileage may vary on the others, but I like them.
Seether- Heavyish rock. Fine Again was on the Gamecube version of 1080, one of the few redeeming features of the game. (Fine Again is slow, they have more intense songs)
Sevendust- Enemy is a fun one.
System of a Down (SOAD)- Lots of crazy songs, could definitely find a place in your playlist
Sum 41- I feel they try too hard to be punk, but there's some good songs in there
Trust Company- Downfall
We Are Scientists- Nobody Moves, Nobody Gets Hurt is good, but check their other stuff out too.
Arctic Monkeys- I Bet You Look Good on the Dance Floor
Bloc Party- Intimacy, A Weekend in the City albums are good.
Boy Sets Fire- Empire, Handful of Redemption...
Cauterize- Killing Me and Choke are upbeat. Cauterize is good, although EVERY song is about girls/relationships
Brand New- The Quiet Things that No One Ever Knows
Captain Jack- Eurodance/Techno/HipHopesque for the win! hahaha
Bullet for My Valentine- c'mon, you need some metal. The Poison is my favorite album of theirs.
Clawfinger- Nothing Going On, Out to Get Me, The Biggest The Best
Drowning Pool- Bodies.
Drist- Arterial Black, most of the album is good to be honest
Hollywood Undead- uh. they're... interesting.
I Hate Kate- Zebrahead's original singer's new (old now) band



Oh, and of course. Hiromi's Sonicbloom. You can't go to the slopes without your jazz fusion you crazy kids.
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Get some Damian Marley, some Bob Marley, some Ziggy Marley and then top it off with some nero Dubstep and you're set

otherwise, any and all pink floyd will do...and Mattafix
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Get some Damian Marley, some Bob Marley, some Ziggy Marley and then top it off with some nero Dubstep and you're set

otherwise, any and all pink floyd will do...and Mattafix
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Like InfiniteEclipse said reggae: marley family, peter tosh, jah mason and some dubstep like rusko, cragga, cookie monsta, ... some DnB: Netsky, black sun empire, ... and some electro: mgmt, daft punk, pretty lights.
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