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Joss and Janis are the queens. Love Patsy Cline. i'm glad your fan of Greenday. i'm really a bad fan of Brit Punk Rock groups. Not much on American one's. To EMO and whinny. What ever happen to Smashing Pumpkins and the Cranberries. They were also some of my most favorite groups in Middle School. All the good ones seem to be gone. All we have is that horrible sounding group. Called Simple Plan and all those other EMO whinners.
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Originally posted by StaryeYenightess:
What ever happen to Smashing Pumpkins and the Cranberries.

I think the Cranberries just came out with a new album. Also, Billy Corrigan from Smashing Pumpkins just put out a solo album. Smashing Pumpkins broke up, I believe, because the bassist died.

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All we have is that horrible sounding group. Called Simple Plan and all those other EMO whinners.

Simple Plan sucks soooooo bad! laugh
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Originally posted by Rowe:
  • Tori Amos (I love Amos because she puts a lot of thought into her songwriting)


  • I must confess to liking Tori Amos.... I love the live disc in her "To Venus And Back" set... I love the energy...

    I really like Johnny Cash...

    I used to listen to a lot more white musicians than I do now ... I even listened to hard rock/heavy metal once ... I still have a lot in my record collection.... but in recent years I MOSTLY listen to black music.. that's just where my head is now...
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    Originally posted by HonestBrother:
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    Originally posted by Rowe:
  • Tori Amos (I love Amos because she puts a lot of thought into her songwriting)


  • I must confess to liking Tori Amos.... I love the live disc in her "To Venus And Back" set... I love the energy...

    I really like Johnny Cash...

    I used to listen to a lot more white musicians than I do now ... I even listened to hard rock/heavy metal once ... I still have a lot in my record collection.... but in recent years I MOSTLY listen to black music.. that's just where my head is now...


    Yes, Amos' music is profound. She writes a lot of songs that are introspective.
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    Originally posted by Rowe:
  • Portishead*(I really love this group's music, especially their self-titled album Portishead, the beats are OUT OF THIS WORLD!)

  • Tori Amos (I love Amos because she puts a lot of thought into her songwriting)


  • I was a huge fan of Portishead... still have their cd... you might also like Cocteau Twins... from the 80's but very interesting, lush moody music. Sugar Hiccup is one of their best songs... don't try to make sense of their lyrics.... that's not the point.
    I always see Tori as a modern-day more accessible version of Kate Bush. But I like Kate better. At least her first 3 albums. Smile
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    Originally posted by art_gurl:
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    Originally posted by Rowe:
  • Portishead*(I really love this group's music, especially their self-titled album Portishead, the beats are OUT OF THIS WORLD!)

  • Tori Amos (I love Amos because she puts a lot of thought into her songwriting)


  • I was a huge fan of Portishead...

    Portishead blows ass! What is it with women and Portishead? Confused There must be something I'm missing.
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    Originally posted by Black Viking:
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    Originally posted by art_gurl:
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    Originally posted by Rowe:
  • Portishead*(I really love this group's music, especially their self-titled album Portishead, the beats are OUT OF THIS WORLD!)

  • Tori Amos (I love Amos because she puts a lot of thought into her songwriting)


  • I was a huge fan of Portishead...

    Portishead blows ass! What is it with women and Portishead? Confused There must be something I'm missing.

    obviously tongue Wink

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