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The only band in that list I recognize is The Beatles. What kind of music are the other groups?


They're extremely poppy. I enjoy Yellowcard out of that list and of course the Beatles but other than that they're too bouncy for me. If I've realized anything about your musical taste it might take a bit to get into those bands for you DS
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Tou've never heard of Owl City?
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Genres:
-Relient K
Punk
-Eleventyseven
Punk/Electronica
-Hawk Nelson
Punk
-Yellowcard
Punk/Emo
-Hawthorne Heights
Emo
-Eisley
Indie Rock
-FM Static
Punk
-The Beatles
Rock n' Roll
-Owl City
Electronica

@Caedus. They have more depth than pop though. Wink
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Pick some songs out Reep and I might give them a listen Cool

I'm always searching for new music.
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Apocalyptica's new album is pretty good, as are Disturbed's, Goo Goo Dolls', and what I've gotten from other bands like Weezer. Weezer's is only ok though, nothing amazing like their old stuff.
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Pick some songs, eh? *cracks knuckles*

Let's see for Relient K I'd suggest Be My Escape, Forgiven and Forget and Not Slow Down.
For Eleventyseven try Myspace and Evil Genius.
Hawk Nelson: Zero, Eggshells and Let's Dance.
Yellowcard: Keeper and Rough Landing Holly.
Hawthorne Heights: Saying Sorry and Life On Standby.
Eisley: The Valley, Invasion and Telescope Eyes.
FM Static: October and Flop Culture.
And lastly, for Owl City, try Fireflies. You'll love it or hate it.
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Pick some songs, eh? *cracks knuckles*

Let's see for Relient K I'd suggest Be My Escape, Forgiven and Forget and Not Slow Down.
For Eleventyseven try Myspace and Evil Genius.
Hawk Nelson: Zero, Eggshells and Let's Dance.
Yellowcard: Keeper and Rough Landing Holly.
Hawthorne Heights: Saying Sorry and Life On Standby.
Eisley: The Valley, Invasion and Telescope Eyes.
FM Static: October and Flop Culture.
And lastly, for Owl City, try Fireflies. You'll love it or hate it.
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@Reep:

What about Candlelight for Relient K? Or Hope For Every Fallen Man!? Haha those are the only 2 I've ever enjoyed by them. And Sadie Hawkin's Dance haha

As for Yellowcard I'd say 1 Year 6 Months is my fave. Ya know Reep, if you like all this give a shot to The Academy Is... cause I think you'd like them.
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For someone who doesn't like Relient K, you sure know a lot of their songs. Hope For Every Fallen Man wasn't even on one of their studio albums. Wink
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Listened to all of the above. Didn't find any keepers. Too poppy for me. However, Eisley has a very nice voice. There's potential if she sang the right song. Cool
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What kind of song would that be? Maybe I could find one.
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Darth Skuldren wrote:
Pick some songs out Reep and I might give them a listen Cool

I'm always searching for new music.


Limp Bizkit, Linkin Park, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Eminem, Black Eyed Peas, Creedence Clear water.
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To steal a line from the Twilight Zone..."I love Creedence." Laughing
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"I believe toys resonate with us as humans, we can hold them them, it's tactile, real! They are totems for our extended beliefs and imaginations. A fetish for ideas that hold as much interest and passion as old religious relics for some. We display them in our homes. They show who we are. They are signals for similar thinking people. A way we connect with each other...and I guess thats why I do toys. That connection." -Ashley Wood


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Hey Caedus, are you excited for Yellowcard's new album? Cool
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Reepicheep wrote:
Hey Caedus, are you excited for Yellowcard's new album? Cool


Sort of, but I'm always kinda nervous about new music. After Linkin Park's new album my response to questions about excitement for any band's new material is "I've been hurt before..."
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Well I'm excited... Wink
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