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Discussion in 'Symphony X (Unofficial)' started by estYMaj, Jun 17, 2009.

  1. estYMaj

    estYMaj Music is everything

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    I thought there may be people out here like me always looking for something they havn't heard yet anyway i just found these myself and thought some of you would like to check em out

    Silent Memorial
    TRIOSPHERE

    Also just skimmed threw some cloudscape I know I have seen them mentioned here before but not bad at all
     
  2. J-Dubya 777

    J-Dubya 777 It NEVER ends

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    Triosphere is a GREAT band, I like them a lot, & wish they'd get another cd out.....:headbang:
     
  3. Phanto

    Phanto Alalalalalalalala.

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    Triosphere was pretty cool. Refreshing to see a female fronted band that's not about tits in a dress singing opera.

    There are tons of threads like these on the boards. I don't mean that in a "so that means you don't have to post another one" way, I mean it in a "so those might interest you as well" way.

    http://www.ultimatemetal.com/forum/...other-bands-would-i-interested-if-i-like.html
    http://www.ultimatemetal.com/forum/symphonyx/413238-recc-me-some-bands.html
    http://www.ultimatemetal.com/forum/...atever-yours-anyones-promotion-thread-50.html

    Another recommendation is to check the Now Playing thread. Sometimes, cool people like me leave comments to what they're listening to.

    Edit: fuck me, she plays bass as well. what a woman.
     
  4. proulxski

    proulxski Welcome To Kanata Eh!

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    I totally just stumbled apon 'Silent Memorial' and I love them. A few other bands worth checking out if you haven't already that is....

    Frost*
    At Vance
    Heart Of Cygnus
    Beyond Twilight
    Andromeda
    Wolverine
    Seventh Wonder

    * just to name a few *
     
  5. Postulate

    Postulate Have a nice day! :)

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    Deep Purple
    Rainbow
    The Who
    Kansas
    Blue Öyster Cult

    fuck all your new shit, listen to more of these ^
     
  6. J-Dubya 777

    J-Dubya 777 It NEVER ends

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    No complaints here, I listen to a lot of the older cool stuff along with the new stuff, cuz I'm OLD! :)
     
  7. razoredge

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    Im old and I never got much enjoyment out of the Who, couldnt rock to save their ass. Behind Blue Eyes, Wont Get Fooled Again, The Theme from Tommy, opening rhythm to Pinball Wizard and the bass part from The Real Me was it. The rest was good for domestics "ou pa magic bus ?" "mommas got a squeeze box, daddy couldnt sleep at night ? chezzy assed lame shit :puke:
     
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    Listen to some Henry Cow. You'll prob want to slap me after hearing them, but mehhhh I like them :D.
     
  9. ABQShredHead

    ABQShredHead ©1970

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    Ooh... the bass part from "The Real Me" - yes, I'd say that's the best of The Who. I'm pretty much right in the same boat with the songs you listed, Steve.
     
  10. ToastedOveries

    ToastedOveries Stranger in the night

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    Same, never much liked the Who, almost too simple, didnt have much of depth i thought.

    Can't mention great classics without Dio And Dio-era Sabbath!
     
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    Oh, I forgot Baba O'riley or how ever its spelled, good song in its time. What I noticed was these early radio hits were the best they had, buy a album for them and be highly let down. Yes very simplistic usually in vocal application almost a toddler kind of sing along melody simplicity and Daltrys voice was rarely pleasing to me but I give him credit for his moments which shined quite well. Townsends guitar work was bla at best, I never even understood the hype surrounding Pete Moons drumming, I'd need to suffer through some songs again and make a better evaluation but Baker, Mitchell and Bonham were way better or far more interesting. The jem in that band was "The Ox" Entwistle (sp?)

    They do deserve credit for being amounsts the first bombastic rock bands though
     
  12. anacrucix

    anacrucix aka Shredcaptain Matt

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    mmmmmmm if you can handle screamy vocals check out Tangaroa

    mental.
     
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    Anonymous L'Étranger

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    Cynic. Traced in Air is absolutely brilliant.
     
  14. Phanto

    Phanto Alalalalalalalala.

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    I listened to Kansas all morning. And BÖC fucking rocks as well. Not much into Deep Purple, Rainbow and the Who.

    But fuck that new 70s shit, listen to some medieval pilgrimage music.
    http://www.medieval.org/emfaq/composers/cantigas.html
    I had to go to the fucking library to get some of this stuff.
     
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  16. J-Dubya 777

    J-Dubya 777 It NEVER ends

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    I don't really consider Morglbl "prog" more fusion than anything else, but no matter how you classify them, they are a fantastic band on cd, and even better live! (Nice guys too!)
     

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