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Help! I need to expand my music horizons!


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#21 of 25 OFFLINE   BrianB

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Posted October 23 2003 - 12:28 AM

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saint etienne
another one of my all-time faves bands. the lead singer's voice is simply....heavenly. these guys run the gamut: uptempo dance, 70's infused mono, haunting soundscapes, etc. "smash the system" is their best of, and every song on it is great. otherwise, give their first (?) album "foxbase alpha" a try.

I love Saint Etienne, but I think "Too Young To Die", the singles collection, is a better introduction to their sound. True, it doesn't cover their more recent work, but I think it shows off their pop side much much better.
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#22 of 25 OFFLINE   Ted Lee

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Posted October 23 2003 - 06:01 AM

hmm..i may agree with that brian. i tend to lean towards their earlier stuff too.
 

#23 of 25 OFFLINE   Zen Butler

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Posted October 24 2003 - 03:03 AM

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#24 of 25 OFFLINE   Ted Lee

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Posted October 24 2003 - 05:43 AM

doh! thx zen - i knew it started with an s... :b
 

#25 of 25 OFFLINE   Dan D Burke

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Posted October 24 2003 - 10:39 AM

You might try Widespread Panic's Bombs & Butterflies and Ball. WSP is a pretty diverse group. A little country rock, a little funk a little hard rock and a lot of jammin'.





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