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08-09-02, 05:50 PM
I'm new here, and I would like to get to know some of you guys's favorite groups. I'm sure that it has been done before trillions of times, but hey...

In no particular order:

-Linkin Park
-Pearl Jam
-Toad the Wet Sprocket
-Pink Floyd
-Led Zeppelin
-Audio Adrenaline
-Jars of Clay
-Goo Goo Dolls
-Jimmy Eat World

And more, probably....

08-09-02, 05:56 PM
I'm new here too! My favorites include:

Bebo Norman (my absolute favorite! Check out his soon-to-be-released cd on www.grassrootsmusic.com)

Paul Colman trio
Matt Redman
Chris Tomlin
Nicole Nordeman
Audio Adrenaline

Just a few, I love CCM so I'm sure I left out many others that are near and dear to my heart! Oh yeah Steven Curtis Chapman too!

08-09-02, 06:06 PM
hello you two-- welcome to the boards :) glad to see you.

hmm, i have numerous favorites, but a few are:

- Relient K
- Third Day
- Passion
- Tenacious D
- Something Corporate
- Audio Adrenaline
- Jars of Clay
- Five Iron Frenzy
- Cadet
- 100 Portraits
- Fleming & John
- New Found Glory
- Fishbone
- Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
- David Crowder
- Superchick
- Ginny Owens
- The Elms
- Jimmy Eat World
- The Juliana Theory
- MxPx

.... hmm, & a LOT more :biggrin:

just wait until lindsey (nampula) gets her hands on THIS thread. she'll have a field day ;)

08-09-02, 06:06 PM
do ya want sec or ccm groups?

*lol* my fav sec groups by catagory
Matchbox 20
Sum 41
Dashboard Confessional
Alien Ant Farm
Kid Rock
Linkin Park
The Calling
Kid Rock

Kenny Chesney
Brad Paisely
Pat Green
Garth Brooks
Phil Vasser
Clint Black
Clay Walker
George Strait
Alan Jackson
Dixie Chicks
She Daisy
Martina McBride
Jodee Messina(i think i didnt spell her name right)
some more that I cant think of

Petey Pablo

*miscellaneous*(in other words I am too lazy to figger out where they would fit, or I just thought of them);)
Avril Lavagni
Alanis Morisette
Mary J Blige
Jimmy Eat World
Kylie Minogue (misspelled her name too)
3 Doors Down
Third Eye Blind
System of a Down
and some others.....:angel:

08-09-02, 07:42 PM
Hmmm, very interesting list. I forgot to list the secular groups that I like!
Hey I noticed Bebo Norman is not on your lists, is there a reason?

08-09-02, 07:48 PM
Daniel Amos
Terry Scott Taylor
Swirling Eddies
Lost Dogs
Mike Knott
Aunt Betty's
Poor Old Lu
Adam Again
The Choir
The 77's
Vigilantes Of Love
The Throes
Dance House Children
Joy Electric
Starflyer 59
The Talking Heads
Smashing Pumpkins
10,000 Maniacs
The Bogmen
Crash Test Dummies
Frank Black
Oh, I can't name them all I have about six hundred CD's.

08-09-02, 07:55 PM
Originally posted by Laury

just wait until lindsey (nampula) gets her hands on THIS thread. she'll have a field day ;)

:rofl: you ain't lyin!

danielson famile
one cool guy
vigilantes of love
big bad voodoo daddy
madison greene
fleming & john
voodoo glow skulls
the bouncing souls
tom petty
the aquabats
duke ellington
billie holiday

*deep breath*

glenn miller
vomitorial corpulence

oh forget it. if it's music, i like it. :biggrin:

08-09-02, 11:44 PM
Dorf, we share some favorites:

Lost Dogs
Mike Knott
Aunt Betty's
(The above four are all Mike Knott groups actually)
Poor Old Lu
Adam Again
The Choir
The 77's
Starflyer 59
The Tragically Hip
Rolling Stones
Ben Folds
Andrew WK
Sup The Chemist
Peace 586
The list goes on...

08-10-02, 02:12 AM
All Mike Knott stuff rocks!!! You mentioned three of the four bands whose lead singers are in the Lost Dogs: Gene Eugene from Adam Again, Derri Daugherty from The Choir, and Mike Roe from the 77's. What about the fourth: Terry Taylor from Daniel Amos? Don't tell me you don't like him. I mean he writes most of the Lost Dogs stuff. Please tell me you just forgot to put him down. Have you heard Daniel Amos new CD Mr. Buchner's Dream? It is so awesome!!! Check it out at www.danielamos.com

08-10-02, 02:25 AM
P.S. Ben Folds makes some of the most beautiful songs. I love his music. Also, Nampula, I have to say that The Danielson Famile is so cool. I saw them live up here about four years ago. Daniel was one of the coolest guys I have ever met. They did the show in nurses clothes and of course I had to get my picture with Daniel. I love that picture. Soul Junk played after Danielson and while they were playing I was drinking a coffee and my buddy Phil thought he'd start a mosh pit so he body slammed me and my coffee went all over Daniel's scrapbook that had pictures of their tour. I was so mad at Phil. Daniel was cool about it though. They didn't sell one CD that night and I know they only got paid like twenty bucks but they were so happy to be there and I think they were more happy to meet their fans than their fans were to meet them.

08-10-02, 06:59 AM
I liked all of Daniel's stuff with the Lost Dogs, but never tried his solo stuff (like I did with the other guys). When they all decided to get together for the Lost Dogs CD I was so pumped... what a dream team :)

Certainly quite different from their solo stuff, but so much fun.

"Who made the Devil red?"

08-10-02, 09:42 AM
Daniel Amos is actually Terry Taylor's band. Daniel Amos is named after two books of the Bible. They have put out about 20 CD's over the years. Terry Taylor writes and sings most of the Lost Dogs songs. And he has a band called The Swirling Eddies so he can put out his more wierd stuff. Terry Taylor also has about eight solo CD's. Did you ever have the Mike Knott CD called Alternative Worship? Terry Taylor sings a couple songs on that one too and so does Gene Eugene. If you like the Lost Dogs you will love Terry Taylor and Daniel Amos. Last night I fell asleep listening to Daniel Amos--Mr. Buchner's Dream and I have to say that it is one of the coolest CD's ever. Every Daniel Amos CD is (like the Lost Dogs) different and unique. You should check em out. They are my favorite band. www.danielamos.com

08-10-02, 09:49 AM
P.S. " Why ain't the devil blue???"

" Who's that dressed in a gown of white...Who's that grinnin' by the bed at night???"

What's your favorite Lost Dogs CD? Mine is Little Red Riding Hood.

Travis Eldon
08-10-02, 01:53 PM
Some of the bands that I've been in the mood for lately are:

Belle and Sebastian
Andrew W.K.
Neil Young
Pedro the Lion
They Might Be Giants
Ben Folds Five
the Beatles
Dinosaur Jr
Apples in Stereo
the Ramones
David Bowie
the Strokes
Johnny Cash
the Flaming Lips

08-11-02, 11:42 AM
Good Bands Travis. I have CD's from most of those on your list. I love They Might Be Giants. I'm trying to collect all their stuff but there is so much.

Travis Eldon
08-11-02, 01:36 PM
Yeah, the only TMBG album I have is the best of their early stuff, but my friend has their new children's record, which is fantastic just in case you haven't heard it.

08-11-02, 02:21 PM
Originally posted by dorfsmith
Oh, I can't name them all I have about six hundred CD's.

My previous Youth Pastor has about 800, at least the last I saw him.

08-12-02, 07:46 PM
Yeah, It get expensive but most of them I get pretty cheap at yard sales, pawn shops, ebay, and www.radrockers.com Two years ago my house was broken into and someone stole about 125 CD's. I got some of them back except a few really rare ones I couldn't replace.

08-13-02, 12:50 AM
East West
Project 86
Rackets and Drapes
Saviour Machine
Wedding Party
Tara Vanflower
Eva O
Thousand Foot Krutch
The Awakening
the W's
Five Iron Frenzy
John Reuben


08-14-02, 11:48 AM
My favorite bands/musicians:

Our Lady Peace
Cool Hand Luke
Madison Greene
Caedmon's Call
Bebo Norman
Pedro The Lion
When I Was A Teenager
The Juliana Theory
Ani Difranco
Kind of Like Spitting

hmmm....that's the top ones probably.