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Bands Whose Music You Could Listen To All Day


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Rycona
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PostPosted: Jun 20 2014 03:21 am Reply with quote Back to top

I think there may be others for me, but I can definitely name 3 off the top of my head:

Genesis ( except the Genesis To Revelation album )
Ween ( except their older, poor-quality stuff )
King Crimson

I would think Frank Zappa / Mothers of Invention also, but I haven't had but a few of his/their songs for so long I couldn't be sure.


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PostPosted: Jun 20 2014 03:59 am Reply with quote Back to top

Beirut (especially March of the Zapotec, which I understand some people weren't fond of)
Danzig
Pink Floyd (pre-86, at least)


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PostPosted: Jun 20 2014 09:46 am Reply with quote Back to top

I have listened to the entire discography of The Offspring in a single drive.


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PostPosted: Jun 20 2014 12:23 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Kirby Krackle
Iron Maiden. There is no such thing as too much Maiden, ever. Going to a live show is in the top three of Bucket List items for me.


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PostPosted: Jun 20 2014 02:30 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Buckethead's more relaxed offerings.
Gorillaz's earlier albums (still not too keen on Plastic Beach).
Massive Attack
Miles Davis
Steely Dan

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I have listened to the entire discography of The Offspring in a single drive.

Wow. Where were you going?
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PostPosted: Jun 20 2014 05:32 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Preng wrote:

Gorillaz's earlier albums (still not too keen on Plastic Beach).

*shudder* I still have nightmares from that creepy-ass Clint Eastwood video. Not a fan of theirs in general, but that particular song is instant pulse increase for me.


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PostPosted: Jun 20 2014 06:26 pm Reply with quote Back to top

That's kind of humorous since the song itself has the exact opposite effect on me. The music video is a bit strange! Though I've never gotten a creepy vibe from it.
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PostPosted: Jun 20 2014 08:05 pm Reply with quote Back to top

- The White Stripes (everything before their 5th Album)
- Bob Dylan
- The Strokes
- Tom Waits
- Johnny Cash
- Most Delta Blues Artists (Blind Willie Mctell, Son House etc...)


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Rycona
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PostPosted: Jun 20 2014 08:06 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Preng wrote:
Steely Dan

I add that to my list. I love Miles Davis too, but I don't think I could do it all day. I'd love to try, but I only have a his few songs from jazz compilation CDs.

Preng wrote:
Valdronius wrote:
I have listened to the entire discography of The Offspring in a single drive.

Wow. Where were you going?

Nothing but ice and roads up there. The Offspring represents his subconscious desire to mate as soon as possible after the harsh winter.


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PostPosted: Jun 21 2014 12:56 am Reply with quote Back to top

Röyksopp
Hall and Oates
Shpongle
Pantera
Squarepusher
Booker T. & The MG's
Prem Joshua
Stevie Wonder
Tabla Beat Science
Perry Como
KMFDM
Infected Mushroom
Django Reinhardt
N.W.A.
Eazy E
Gerry Rafferty
Israel Kamakawiwoʻole
Rammstein
Faith No More
Mr. Bungle
Radiohead

That's all I could think of for now, but I am very sure there are many more.


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Cattivo
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PostPosted: Jun 21 2014 10:29 am Reply with quote Back to top

Definitely smashing pumpkins for me. Their catalog, including bootlegs is just so deep.

Same thing with Tool & Rush.

I used to be able to say this about Local H too, but lately I've grown tired of their newer stuff.
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PostPosted: Jun 21 2014 11:19 am Reply with quote Back to top

Rycona wrote:
Preng wrote:
Valdronius wrote:
I have listened to the entire discography of The Offspring in a single drive.

Wow. Where were you going?

Nothing but ice and roads up there. The Offspring represents his subconscious desire to mate as soon as possible after the harsh winter.

It was a 16 hour drive, and the entire discography is only five hours or something.


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aeonic
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PostPosted: Jun 21 2014 11:25 am Reply with quote Back to top

I have to add Lana Del Rey to my list, which is weird, because I don't like how she portrays women in her music. Something about her voice, though... I dunno. Gives me chills.


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PostPosted: Jun 21 2014 12:17 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Rycona wrote:
Ween ( except their older, poor-quality stuff )

Not big on "Pure Guava" but every album other than just feels like aural magic to me. I'll never tire of Ween.


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PostPosted: Jun 23 2014 01:03 am Reply with quote Back to top

Smashing Pumpkins (like Cattivo said, not only are they my favorite band but their output is so vast)
Depeche Mode
Pearl Jam
Bjork
Oneohtrix Point Never
Jesu
Talking Heads
Brian Eno
Radiohead
Celer

This was a surprisingly difficult question, if only because there are only a few bands I can think of where I like them enough to listen to them all day and who have a discography big enough for that to not get tiring.


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PostPosted: Jun 23 2014 08:40 am Reply with quote Back to top

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Rycona
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PostPosted: Jun 23 2014 03:01 pm Reply with quote Back to top

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AIIIEEEE!!

And, uh... *tugs at collar*... how about that Sinistar soundtrack? I could listen to that for light-years...


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Vaporman87
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PostPosted: Jun 23 2014 03:31 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Lately I've been listening to Men Without Hats 2012 album, "Love in the Age of War". Great stuff.


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Rycona
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PostPosted: Jun 23 2014 05:13 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Vaporman87 wrote:
Lately I've been listening to Men Without Hats 2012 album, "Love in the Age of War". Great stuff.

That would be interesting. Was there another post on there somewhere mentioning that? I wouldn't think they'd still be going.


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PostPosted: Jun 23 2014 07:44 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Rycona wrote:
Vaporman87 wrote:
Lately I've been listening to Men Without Hats 2012 album, "Love in the Age of War". Great stuff.

That would be interesting. Was there another post on there somewhere mentioning that? I wouldn't think they'd still be going.


Did I post something on that already? Sorry if I did.

Best songs on the album are Devil Comes Round, Head Above Water, Live & Learn, and This War (IMO).


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PostPosted: Jun 25 2014 01:19 am Reply with quote Back to top

Brain Leisure
Juno Reactor
Front Line Assembly
of course.....KMFDM
there's dozens and dozens of others, too many to mention.


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PostPosted: Jun 25 2014 12:26 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Grateful Dead
King Crimson
Yes
Pearl Jam
Elton John
Doc Watson
Medeski Martin and Wood
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PostPosted: Dec 10 2014 09:07 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Van Halen, though I'm a little less tolerant of Sammy Hagar's stuff.
Guns N Roses
Taylor Swift
Paramore
I feel that there is more.


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PostPosted: Dec 11 2014 04:19 am Reply with quote Back to top

Blackcentr
Image Transmission
Project Pitchfork
Skinny Puppy
there's many others


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PostPosted: Dec 19 2014 10:50 am Reply with quote Back to top

GWAR! I could definitely listen to GWAR's music all fucking day long... But the best albums IMO are:

HELL-O
SCUMDOGS OF THE UNIVERSE
THE ROAD BEHIND EP
AMERICA MUST BE DESTROYED
THIS TOILET EARTH
RAGNAROK
CARNIVAL OF CHAOS
BLOODY PIT OF HORROR
BATTLE MAXIMUS

Can't wait to see what they release with the new/old vocalist, Blothar. Any GWAR fans up in here?
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