Top 10 bands/artists

Paul Eye Feb 7, 2004

  1. Paul Eye

    Paul Eye Guest

    I guess we all liked something else before we discovered psy music. Some of those bands/artists we might still respect and/or enjoy listening to, others not.
    So...time to dig into history and unearth our darkest secrets...

    Here goes my list, in no particular (dis)order:

    Queen
    No Use For A Name
    Bad Religion
    Jean-Michel Jarre
    Cypress Hill
    House of Pain
    2 Unlimited
    Alice Cooper
    Pet Shop Boys
    New Kids On The Block :blink: :lolsign: well that was 15 years ago...
     
  2. FYLDJSleep

    FYLDJSleep Junior Members

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    In no order:

    Alice In Chains
    Iron Maiden
    Beastie Boys
    Slayer
    Led Zeppelin
    Pantera
    Black Sabbath
    DJ Shadow
    Cypress Hill
    Soundgarden

    I still listen to all of these, and Psy-Trance
    :speaker: :partysmi:
     
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    kodomo Junior Members

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    grateful dead
    quicksilver messenger service
    jefferson airplane
    pink floyd
    13th floor elevators
    big brother and the holding company w. or wo. janis
    love
    jimi hendrix
    stooges
    mc5

    and psytrance oh my god how lucky i find you my preciouss psy trance
     
  4. Mayhew

    Mayhew Socrates... 40 fags a day

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    Steve Hillage
    Sheep on drugs
    The Clash
    Black Uhuru
    The Police(when i were a lad)
    The Specials
    ZZ Top
    King Tubby
    Santana
    Otis Redding
    :peace:
     
  5. Garfield

    Garfield psy-punk

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    • Pink Floyd (till The Wall Album)
    • Tangerine Dream
    • NoFX
    • Angry Samoans
    • Bauhaus
    • Front 242
    • Skinny Puppy
    • Buzzcocks
    • Wipers
    • Alien Sex Fiend
    <span style='font-family:Arial'><span style='font-size:8pt;line-height:100%'><span style='color:gray'>...in no particular order, too! But sometimes changing!</span></span></span> :Smile3:

    :unsure: Didn't we have already a thread like this, or have I a dejavu? :unsure:
     
  6. Red five

    Red five jah mangled spanner

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    Godflesh
    Pitch Shifter (Up until Infotainment)
    The Pulkas
    Eat Static
    Nine Inch Nails
    Clutch
    Corrosion Of Conformity
    Kyuss
    Extreme Noise Terror
    Aphex Twin
    Square Pusher
    Napalm Death
    Conflict
    Black Flag
    Sick of it All
    Rollins Band
     
  7. mullett

    mullett Junior Members

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    Lemonheads


    Nirvana


    Stone roses


    Smashing pumpkins



    Beck
    pixies


    Flaming lips

    Beaste boys


    Ash


    Elliott smith

    beatles

    The doors :speaker:
     
  8. Paul Eye

    Paul Eye Guest

    Oh yes...I forgot to add Nirvana to the list.
     
  9. Ozric

    Ozric Hoofaloof

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    Before discovering psy?
    Not much really as I got interested in music a couple of months before this godsent moment! (before that, I had gotten to the sad realisation that music was utterly useless; me being bombed from all corners by all these massive hits of Snap & 2 unlimited :blink: He-he, what an irony! :rolleyes: )

    So if memory serves right:

    Paradise Lost (Sweetness -from the EP- was the first tune ever that spoke volumes to this young's man soul! :punk: )
    My Dying Bride
    Black Sabbath
    Rainbow
    Dio(yes! :Smile3: )
    Blind Guardian(yes yes! :Grin: )
    Nick Cave
    and I remember liking a tune from Stiltskin. Inside was the name I think (or something like that)

    Was just turning 16 :byebye:

    And I hated U2. Still do!
     
  10. Full Lotus

    Full Lotus Hob Nob King Staff Member

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    1. The Beatles
    2. Pink Floyd(Syd Barrett era)
    3. 13th Floor Elevators
    4. Hawkwind
    5. Can
    6. Amon Duul 2
    7. Jim Hendrix
    8. Gong
    9. Ozric Tentacles
    10. Velvet Underground

    Doors, Rolling Stones, Kinks, The Who, Airplane, Dead, etc etc etc.
    10 is to little a number, I still listen to all the above and mix it into exclusiv psy sets taking in the full range from the 60's to the present :Wink3:
     
  11. tHuJoN

    tHuJoN Freakulizer

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    yess the good old classics :Grin:
    i just like to listen to them sometimes ... then i remember me to the good old times ...huahuahuahuahuahuahuahua

    My ones :

    Satanic Surfers
    Chemical Brothers (still listen to it a lot)
    Bad Religion
    Smashing Pumpkins
    Beasty Boys
    2Unlimited (my first cd)
    U 96 - das Boot (also one of the first Cd singles i got)
    Ben Harper (Still listen to it a lot)
    Bob Marley and the Waillers
    Jimmy Hendrix
    Guns'n'Roses
    Europe
    and some others :Grin:

    cheers
    Simon :juggle:
     
  12. Ozric

    Ozric Hoofaloof

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    </div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (full_lotus @ Feb 8 2004, 07:31 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> 10 is to little a number, I still listen to all the above and mix it into exclusiv psy sets taking in the full range from the 60's to the present :Wink3: [/quote:280fb320aa]
    Excellent tops as always!
    How about mix some into the next psy-forum party? :Wink3:
     
  13. fil

    fil SpaceBastard

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    Dunno if I can narrow it down to only 10 but:
    Butthole Surfers
    Discharge
    Disorder
    Hawkwind
    Subhumans
    Motorhead
    Entombed
    Gong
    Ozric Tentacles
    Napalm Death
    ... I could go on & on but I guess not!
     
  14. JPsychodelicacy

    JPsychodelicacy Studio Elf

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    A by no means exhaustive list, off the top of my head :

    - Jane's Addiction
    - Nirvana
    - Smashing Pumpkins
    - The Pixies
    - Blur
    - Radiohead
    - MBV
    - Cardiacs
    - Lush
    - The Sundays

    J.
     
  15. Ott^

    Ott^ Guest

    </div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (JPsychodelicacy @ Feb 9 2004, 12:22 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> - Cardiacs
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    No way!!

    Cardiacs have been my most favouritest band in the whole world <span style='font-size:8pt;line-height:100%'>[window]</span> since about 1986. They are, quite simply, unique and remarkable.

    J, I salute you for your impeccable taste. You are forgiven for the "Madness transgression".

    In no particular order [except the first four];

    1. Cardiacs.

    2. Pink Floyd.

    3. Kraftwerk.

    4. Scientist.

    5. King Tubby.

    6. Plump DJ's

    7. The Specials

    8. The Barry Gray Orchestra

    9. Grandaddy

    10. The Stranglers [before Hugh left...]
     
  16. JPsychodelicacy

    JPsychodelicacy Studio Elf

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    Heh - think you mentioned 'em a wee while back... To my eternal shame I haven't seen them live yet.

    It was the same mate who originally weaned me away from early dance music, and onto the alternative (mostly guitar-based) stuff. Think it was a third-generation copy of a live bootleg or something (making mine a fourth-generation copy... for years I thought they sounded like they had a permanent cold). It was in amongst not-so-good stuff, like Carter USM and The Levellers... but hey, I was 14.

    Got 'Guns' on the off-chance a little while back (while looking for music to ease a break-up... rediscovering teenage-era bands always works for me there....) and spent the afternoon grinning like an idiot. Need to get hold of more...

    J.

    * - Oh yeah, I guarded those tapes with my life for years, only to have them nicked along with the rest of my worldly possessions at Glasto 1995. I was inconfuckingsolable. (although I hate to admit it, at the time I mourned the loss of '101 Damnations' a bit more.. :unsure: )
     
  17. opia

    opia locus solus

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    • the pixies
    • chili peppers (up to one hot minute)
    • massive attack (blue lines mmmm)
    • portishead
    • morcheeba
    • autechre
    • unkle
    • mike oldfield, tubular bells
    • radiohead (still haven't heard anything bad by them...)
    • anything on the asphodel label.. dj spooky, tipsy, we, etc. :Smile3:
    still listen to most of this stuff too, was a bit of a triphop nut back in the day :Smile3:

    :goodthre:

    huw xx
     
  18. mullett

    mullett Junior Members

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    </div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Ott^ @ Feb 9 2004, 07:39 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>

    9. Grandaddy

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    THERE JUST GREAT SEE THEM A FEW TIMES NOW

    AMAZING SOUND THESE GUYS HAVE GOT





    :partysmi: :partysmi: :sun:
     
  19. Trilobyte_simon

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    Depeche Mode
    Nitzer Eb
    Pink Floyd
    Eat Static
    Doo the Moog
    Levellers (early)
    New Model Army
    Black Uhuru
    Dreadzone
    African Headcharge
    Tofu Love Frogs
     
  20. Goagabba

    Goagabba Lost in Europe

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    The Pixies
    Tragically Hip
    Mr Bungle
    Faith No More
    Dead Kennedys
    Butthole Surfers
    GWAR
    Smashing Pumpkins
    The Doors
    Jimi Hendrix

    and so many more :Smile3:
     
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