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Postby N.Dorphins » Thu Aug 26, 2010 9:02 am

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Postby doctor love » Thu Aug 26, 2010 4:19 pm

wad wrote:I'll add the following...

Beck
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He wrote the garage-rock songs for Sex Bob-omg on the Scott Pilgrim movie soundtrack. Good stuff.
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Postby CzirDzir » Thu Aug 26, 2010 7:03 pm

The Ramones
Dee Dee King(Dee Dee Ramone"s Rap Career)
Dead Kennedys
Dead Boys
Alice Cooper
Blondie
The Clash
Downtown Brown
ELO
gONNA gET gOT
Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers
Mindless Self Indulgence
Modest Mouse
New York Dolls
The O
Richard Hell & The Voidoids
The Tough Shits
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Postby sparksfiend » Sat Aug 28, 2010 6:08 am

doctor love wrote:
wad wrote:I'll add the following...

Beck
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He wrote the garage-rock songs for Sex Bob-omg on the Scott Pilgrim movie soundtrack. Good stuff.


Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World was an awesome movie! And Beck kicks ass.
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Postby MangTheGoat » Sun Aug 29, 2010 6:34 pm

doctor love wrote:
wad wrote:I'll add the following...

Beck
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He wrote the garage-rock songs for Sex Bob-omg on the Scott Pilgrim movie soundtrack. Good stuff.


I like the Sex Bob-omb songs but I can't get that song by The Clash at Demonhead by Metric, out of my head. I think the 8-bit version of "Threshold" is about the funnest thing I have heard in a while.
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Postby N.Dorphins » Mon Aug 30, 2010 6:32 am

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Postby Donno » Sun Sep 05, 2010 9:24 pm

Good stuff has been mentioned.
Good stuff has been left out, such as:

Fishbone
FEAR
Circle Jerks


And if you come to the Clark Park Festival on September 18th you can see some brilliant fucking CLASSIC Philly bands that should make the list- including:

EDO
Stinking Lizavetta
and
McRad!
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Postby ToterMilchman » Mon Sep 06, 2010 7:37 am

FISHBONE - really ?

Have you seen the documentary
Everyday Sunshine : the History of Fishbone?

Saw them live several times. Loved them, but over the years their
compass needle turned too much in direction SKA in my ears...
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Postby Donno » Mon Sep 06, 2010 3:13 pm

ToterMilchman wrote:FISHBONE - really ?

Have you seen the documentary
Everyday Sunshine : the History of Fishbone?

Saw them live several times. Loved them, but over the years their
compass needle turned too much in direction SKA in my ears...


Fishbone is probably the greatest live show of all time. I can't even count how many times I've seen them, but my first Fishbone show was 22 years ago.

Haven't yet seen the documentay, hope to soon...

Out of curiosity... how far along their discography did you get? The most SKA stuff was in the first 3 releases, and they've covered a TON of ground since then...

They still have some skankin tunes here and there, but they are SOOOOO much more than a ska band...
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Postby Donno » Mon Sep 06, 2010 3:16 pm

Oh, and who said Corn Mo?
Corn Mo is a fucking GENIUS!!!

He just played at Johnny Brenda's the other night. I so wish I had been in Philly for it.


Oh, and Fishbone is playing the House of Blues in AC on the 9th. $25 (which, for an HOB show is like free...) 21+

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Postby ToterMilchman » Tue Sep 07, 2010 3:56 am

first HEARD 'em here
http://www.pinkpop.nl/images/2010/large-interface/posters/1989.jpg , but was to far away to see...
and I tend to get everything then...

It was not the SKA-Part that hypnotised me :)

do you know fishbonelive.org?


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Postby wad » Tue Sep 07, 2010 9:58 am

I've got a fishboner.

Sunless Saturday is my personal anthem for bad mornings. Damn!!! Now it's gonna be stuck in my head all day!
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Postby wad » Tue Sep 07, 2010 10:14 am

New ones for you...

Eleven
Barnes and Barnes
Lenny and the Squigtones
the Captain Howdy (Penn Jillette and Kramer)
Praxis
Dick Dale
Jamiroquai
Esquivel
Funkadelic
Yellow Magic Orchestra
Goblin
Isaac Hayes
Cake
Ennio Morricone
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
King Missle
Booker T and the MGs
Concrete Blonde
the Black Keys
Sly and the Family Stone
Love and Rockets
the Rapture
Mogwai
Suicidal Tendencies
the Ventures
Reverend Horton Heat
the Cult
the Insect Surfers
Alphaville
anything with William Shatner "singing"

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Postby ToterMilchman » Tue Sep 07, 2010 10:41 am

Sorry wad,

some songs can do that...

saw "Ex Drummer" lately (sick flick) international title
according to imdb "My Way Is the Highway" and there was this one song
blow from the band Ghinzu.
I thought, they threw deus (the scottish singer with belgian musicicans) from the throne of independant belgian
music. Sadly, it only seems a one hit wonder http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRe3c5gt2oY but it's great.

in other respects: False Prophets
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Postby Donno » Tue Sep 07, 2010 9:42 pm

wad wrote:I've got a fishboner.

Sunless Saturday is my personal anthem for bad mornings. Damn!!! Now it's gonna be stuck in my head all day!


Fuck yeah!
I actually just bought a painting by Angelo Moore, and when it arrived I texted the art dealer that I had a full on Fishboner...

Sunless Saturday IS THE SHIT. My band, BEER, occasionally plays it, and now and again I've been known to break out an acoustic rendition of it.. One of the highlights of my life was singing it with Angelo at JC Dobbs...

If you don't already have it, I highly recommend the live version form the Live in Amsterdam CD. It's amazing.
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