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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #60 on: Apr 20, 08, 03:49:04 pm CDT »



Here's an etiquette question though: Is it appropriate to mosh to Corvus Corax?  :D

Well the wenches were kinda moshing-belly-dancing-bump-and-grinding as best as we could in corsets and, in some cases, weaponry so, yeah mosh away!
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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #61 on: Apr 20, 08, 05:45:26 pm CDT »

Dude I've had both Captain Beyond discs since the early 90's when I learned they were a major influence on Monster Magnet. I say both instead of all 3 since I don't really count "Dawn Explosion." Different lineup and all.

The first album is an awesome piece of 70's rock. "Mesmerization Eclipse" is an all-time favorite track of mine. Some of that shit was ahead of its time.

However...I was majorly disappointed with "Sufficiently Breathless." It totally lacked the fire of the first one. I only listen to it now and again to see if I missed something or if I'll suddenly "get it."

I never do.

Still...that first album is a serious example of some great rock that's been totally overlooked.

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Not many people have ever heard of Captain Beyond, let alone the fact that they had more than one album out.  :D Rock on me hearty. Harrrrr.

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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #62 on: May 01, 08, 10:14:41 pm CDT »

If you like Flogging Molly and Dropkick Murphy's you are going to like this band.  Some of the members are from a former band called Gael Force (which also kicked serious musical arse on thier second CD) plus a few new members.  They don't have a website  but they do have a spot on myspace.  Too bad it takes forever to load (at least on my computer).  I'll throw the link up for thier CD baby site so you can grab a listen.  Songs are on Itunes too  The band's name is Finn's Fury.
 This is from CelticRadio.net- "Take 2 award winning fiddle players, a bald, bearded, frequently bare-footed bass player/lead vocalist with an affinity for kilts, a well seasoned powerhouse drummer/percussionist and a guitarist who excels in every genre, add a blend of Irish and Scottish traditional tunes, mix well with some blues, punk, as well as lyrical vocals to a hard rock wall of sound, stir in some infinite possibility and you get Finn's Fury: Urban Celtic Fusion Rock.

What makes this band unique is it's improvising ability. Instrumental jams with a raw edge of unpredictability are a trademark. With well over a decade of experience in touring and concerts behind them, the members of Finn's Fury come from quite a diverse collection of backgrounds. Fiddler/vocalist Leenya Rideout has appeared in "Cabaret", "Company", where she won a Tony award, and "Cyrano De Bergerac" alongside Kevin Kline and Jennifer Garner. Fiddler/Bagpiper Calum Pasqua holds the Celtic Classic and New England Regional Scottish Fiddle Championship titles and bears the distinction of not only being the first American invited to compete in Scotland's prestigious Glenfiddich Scottish Fiddle Championship, but also the first American to win it!

Collectively, the members of Finn's Fury have graced the stages of the Waldorf Astoria, Celtic Festivals all over the country, Broadway, television and radio. As a group, they bring an exciting and eclectic mix that generates an infectious, high energy to all their live performances."
http://cdbaby.com/cd/finnsfury

These guys are right next to Barleyjuice in my book of celtic rock
 
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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #63 on: May 04, 08, 11:10:06 pm CDT »

Hmm, won't let me preview their music.
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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #64 on: May 05, 08, 12:31:26 pm CDT »

If you like that band you might like
The Young Dubliners, they arent as hard as Flogging Molly or Dropkick Murpheys but they are really good. They have played several times up here and it was fun!

www.youngdubliners.com

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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #65 on: May 05, 08, 02:51:46 pm CDT »

Non-traditional Celtic http://www.therogues.com/
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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #66 on: May 05, 08, 06:04:48 pm CDT »

Corvus Corax
Killswitch Engage
Iced Earth
Blind Guardian
Flogging Molly
Ozzy
Black Sabbath (with and without Ozzy)
60's stuff
70's stuff
80's stuff
alot of today's stuff too.

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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #67 on: May 05, 08, 06:26:53 pm CDT »


60's stuff
70's stuff
80's stuff
alot of today's stuff too.



Nuttin like being specific there, huh Coach?  *snicker*
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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #68 on: May 05, 08, 06:28:46 pm CDT »

hey, i specified by decade.  Would have taken too long and too much effort to break it down by which group rocked and which should be walked off a cliff blindfolded.  and I think nearly any group with the word 'boys' or 'kids' in it should be first to go.   :D
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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #69 on: May 06, 08, 08:55:31 am CDT »

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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #70 on: May 06, 08, 08:30:34 pm CDT »

If you like that band you might like
The Young Dubliners, they arent as hard as Flogging Molly or Dropkick Murpheys but they are really good. They have played several times up here and it was fun!

www.youngdubliners.com

 :D

I love the Dubs.  I saw them for the first time about 7 years ago and I try to catch their show whenever they're in town. 

In addition to the great music, the crowd at their shows always has lots of readheaded girls.   :D
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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #71 on: May 06, 08, 10:54:16 pm CDT »

Hmm, won't let me preview their music.
Check them out on MySpace-warning their MySpace page takes forever to load-at least on my computer and I have cable hookup but at least you will be able to hear the music.
Young Dubs are great.  Saw them at Milwaukee Irishfest two years ago along with Black 47.  Enter the Haggis is another good band along the same lines.  I hear alot of good stuff on Highlander radio celtic rock station. If you are in the mood for something tribal and with drums and bagpipes check out Albannach.
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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #72 on: May 07, 08, 08:45:37 pm CDT »

Ah yes, forgot to come back and mention that I caught them on myspace. Loaded alright for me though.

Check out the Peatbog Fairies on myspace as well, another good "modern" Celtic band.
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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #73 on: May 12, 08, 09:22:55 pm CDT »

If you're not down with this...you're a fag.

http://www.myspace.com/sasquatchrocks

Turn that shit UP, bitch!!!

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« Reply #74 on: May 12, 08, 09:29:09 pm CDT »

I love the Dubs.  I saw them for the first time about 7 years ago and I try to catch their show whenever they're in town. 

They always do free concerts up here, I would like to catch them when the crowd is actually in to the music. ( its always a crap load of trust fundies and yuppies they have no clue!)
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« Reply #75 on: May 16, 08, 05:24:37 pm CDT »

Ah yes, forgot to come back and mention that I caught them on myspace. Loaded alright for me though.

Check out the Peatbog Fairies on myspace as well, another good "modern" Celtic band.

The're going to be at Milwaukee Irishfest this year.  I'm hoping to be able to check them out.
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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #76 on: Jun 26, 09, 11:52:21 am CDT »

There's lots of good ones I'm compelled to rock out to:

Man in the Box - Alice in Chains
TNT - AC/DC
Devil's Dance Floor - Flogging Molly
Dirty Glass - Dropkick Murphys
Four Horsemen - Metallica  (ok, most Metallica.)
Rusty Cage - Soundgarden or Johnny Cash's cover
In the End - Linkin Park
Jerk Off - Tool  (that's right, I said it)
Judith - A Perfect Circle
Tribute - Tenacious D
and damn near anything Queen

Just to name a few.   :D
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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #77 on: Jun 26, 09, 01:46:33 pm CDT »

Jerk Off - Tool

Seventeen years and 5 albums later and Tool has never topped that song as far as sheer energy and anger.

I became a fan of theirs after hearing that song. I still think it's their very best song.

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Re: Song to rock out to
« Reply #78 on: Jul 07, 09, 12:05:00 pm CDT »

Lets see....

White Wedding, Rebel Yell, Dancing with Myself, Cradle of Love - Billy Idol

Heroes, China Girl, Magic Dance, Golden Years, Dance Hall Days, I'm Afraid of Americans, Underground, Ziggy Stardust, Changes, Dancing in the Street, Under Pressure, Space Oddity - David Bowie

Wow. Now I'm realizing that this is going to be reletively hard. So I'll just say most stereotyically cool 80's music, classic rock, some techno/darkwave/eletroncia, tribal drum music (belly dance tunes, Albannach...ect. ect.)
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