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    @Undave: I think I like Shutdown by Pitchshifter better than genius.

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    Tool.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcVfIR_d0sQ

    \"slide a mile six inches at a time\" <-haha

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    :twisted: for you Liz

    for your sanity don’t ask what I was goggling for



    http://www.drinkingsongs.net/mp3s/2000s/2004-salty-dick-s-uncensored-sailor-songs-(CD)/index.htm

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    Originally posted by Dragonsreach
    You know threads like this cause me to view more You Tube videos than any other. :D
    Einion & Snowball99 many thanks for some of those listings......My wallet is gonna hate you both however.
    On the contrary, I find Youtube to save me money. I see a lot of stuff in stores and hear names that I\'m really interested to check out. Youtube is now my shopping filter. I\'ll make a list of who I\'m interested in and go to Youtube to check them out...............saved myself a lot of money that way and have made a few discoveries too.

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    I was never a Jonny Cash fan but the older I get the more I like him. This song is wonderful: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AO9dbmJ_2zU

    I also like this one by Ad/DC: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvoeeq-BH4w

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    Default Archie Roach!

    I\'m pretty sure this is a Paul Kelly song. But Archie Roach is a beautiful singer! Just ignore that crappy Tele guitar playing!! Here\'s a link: http://tw.youtube.com/watch?v=lHY3vA1zKEw&feature=related

    Forget Captain Cook!! http://tw.youtube.com/watch?v=lHY3vA1zKEw&feature=related

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    For your punk fix may I recommend the potty-mouths from Gallows :D Very intense punk rock -- just completely vulgar lol

    And for something different, download \"Start Wearing Purple\" by Gogol Bordello. :D

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    Originally posted by lizcam
    I was never a Jonny Cash fan but the older I get the more I like him. This song is wonderful: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AO9dbmJ_2zU
    This song reminded me that I should have recommended Nine Inch Nails. Hurt is their (or his) song and just one of many masterpieces.

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    To everyone who reccommended it, this pandora.com thing is perfect. To anyone who has never used it

    GET TO IT FOLKS! Wow! It\'s great. What youtube should be.

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    Bjorn Lynne is excellent - http://www.lynnemusic.com
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uD_2nNz3tyk

    David Arkenstone is another good artist for background music, painting, etc.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0tdt0oVQkA
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JoTnxQ2i0E

    Chris Franke and/or Tangerine Dream - I listen to the Babylon 5 soundtracks regularly.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZXUzGfiJg0

    Crystal Castles is amazing stuff.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqo0uX2-kCc

    Jimmy Buffett of course.

    Johnny Clegg and Savuka, for that Kenyan flavor.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWmTJJSqYsI

    Leo Kottke is a must if you like classical guitar.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnQTC5ICGik

    Era for the medieval set.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SvxaNQ6d7M

    Jovanotti is an Italian cantautori with some great catchy tunes.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqoxP-W0VQ4

    Zdob si Zdub is the Moldovan answer to RHCP, their stuff will have you bouncing around in your chair and singing along, even if you don\'t understand Romanian/Moldovan/Russian.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PV8_OtAyFT0

    And of course, Front 242, Ministry, and Front Line Assembly, industrial music for kung fu movies and wargaming.

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    Yeah, Hurt was a NIN song that Johnny remade, reworded a few bits to remove the cursing but gave the song a totally different feel then the original. Johnny also did a couple real good covers of Alice in Chains and Soundgarden.

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    Originally posted by lizcam
    To everyone who reccommended it, this pandora.com thing is perfect. To anyone who has never used it

    GET TO IT FOLKS! Wow! It\'s great. What youtube should be.
    Yeah, I used to like Pandora but now you can only get it if you live in the US :mad:

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    Originally posted by Pelorat

    Johnny Clegg and Savuka, for that Kenyan flavor.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWmTJJSqYsI
    Picked up on Johnny Clegg and Savuka way back in the 80\'s due to the Late John Peel.
    Originally from Rochdale and then moving to South Africa, Clegg made himself famous for his musical opposition to Apartheid, well before Paul Simon made African music Popular.
    There\'s a bright \"joy\" to Johnny Clegg and Savuka\'s music, like a portable festival.
    Ok Finally found another :Stephen Caudel
    New Age music from the Landscape label back in the late 80\'s.

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    Originally posted by Dragonsreach
    Originally posted by Pelorat

    Johnny Clegg and Savuka, for that Kenyan flavor.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWmTJJSqYsI
    Picked up on Johnny Clegg and Savuka way back in the 80\'s due to the Late John Peel.
    Originally from Rochdale and then moving to South Africa, Clegg made himself famous for his musical opposition to Apartheid, well before Paul Simon made African music Popular.
    There\'s a bright \"joy\" to Johnny Clegg and Savuka\'s music, like a portable festival.
    I got a lot of Clegg music back then as well. It\'s very singable stuff and even with dark themes engages you. One of my alol time favorite artists.

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    slipknot

    are u getting there new album?

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    Originally posted by lizcam
    Originally posted by Dragonsreach
    Originally posted by Pelorat

    Johnny Clegg and Savuka, for that Kenyan flavor.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWmTJJSqYsI
    Picked up on Johnny Clegg and Savuka way back in the 80\'s due to the Late John Peel.
    Originally from Rochdale and then moving to South Africa, Clegg made himself famous for his musical opposition to Apartheid, well before Paul Simon made African music Popular.
    There\'s a bright \"joy\" to Johnny Clegg and Savuka\'s music, like a portable festival.
    I got a lot of Clegg music back then as well. It\'s very singable stuff and even with dark themes engages you. One of my alol time favorite artists.
    Yeah, I\'ve been listening to him since 1988, found him through Jimmy Buffett\'s cover of Great Heart on Hot Water. Definitely one of my ultimate favorite artists. I\'d love to meet him someday, bet it\'d be a blast.

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    Okay, I\'ve been playing around on pandora and I came across this;

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRqUONe_aAI

    I really like it! :D

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    I\'ll chime in since I haven\'t seen many references to my favs:

    Depeche Mode is, IMHO one of the best bands, ever. Those not familiar with them might stereotype them as \"some 80\'s band\" but actually they\'ve never stopped making albums, and keep getting better and better. Their new stuff is much better than the old. Dave Gahan\'s voice does special things to me. :drool: You can watch all of their videos from their site.

    Ministry - industrial metal
    Bloodhound Gand - too funny
    Crystal Method - electronica
    Chemical Brothers - also electronica
    Goldfrapp - Allison\'s voice is just awesome
    David Bowie - come on people! can\'t believe no one else mentioned him!
    Blue Öyster Cult - good old fashioned rock and roll....about Cthulu, vampires, time travel, telepaths and other sci-fi themes.
    Oingo Boino - perky Gothy
    Praga Khan and Lords of Acid - kinda interchangable. Slutty electronica
    Primus - because sometimes, you need some really good bass
    Rammstein - angry German metal by a bunch of former office nerds. Whee!
    System of a Down - angry metal opera. I don\'t really know how else to describe them.
    Static X - bang your head
    Siouxsie and the Banshees - I would call them a classic 90\'s band, but no one else would.
    White Zombie/Rob Zombie - because zombies are :cool: . Metal electronica

    Did I mention Depeche Mode yet? :D \"Martyr\" \"Freelove\" \"Barrel of a Gun\" just to name a
    few of my faves by them.

    Have fun!

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    Hey, I already mentioned Rammstein and White Zombie.

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