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yurintroubl
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And Epica.


Yes

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Leaves' Eyes

Not familiar - Will check 'em out.






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White Shadeaux
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Not familiar - Will check 'em out.


Singer is the original girl singer from Theatre of Tragedy.

Highly recommend them too.






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lake2280
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Drive by truckers not a lot of people had heard of when i got the album the dirty south. Loved it kept me sane in Iraq listened to it any down time to relax me and get some sleep





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blade brown
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Man or Astro-Man?

Space-Surf band from Auburn, AL. Freakin love them. Discovered them on cable access station while on vacation in Orange Beach. For NO peps, like COG, but good music! Or, if you prefer, Morgus the Magnificent meets Dick Dale!






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SJS101
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Most people are familiar with Failure but not sure if many are aware that the singer Ken Andrews moved on to do other work under his own name as well as "ON" and "YEAR OF THE RABBIT"

Ken Andrews - Up or Down
On - Soluable Words
Year of the Rabbit - Vaporize






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Kafka
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The Insect Trust - "Our Sister The Sun"

From the experimental hippie daze of 1970. Their sound is sort of The Velvet Underground meets Zappa, with some folk thrown in. No less than jazz legend Elvin Jones is on drums here.

The Insect Trust: An American Band Deconstructed (NPR feature)



Saxophonist Robert Palmer (back row 2nd from left in photo), like most of the band a native of Arkansas, would go on to become a rock critic for The New York Times and write highly regarded books like Deep Blues.









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UtahHawg
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Neurosis is easily my favorite band that "no one" has ever heard of, with Russian Circles a close second.

I like a few of these newer "progressive metal" bands though, like Between the Buried and Me. Dillinger Escape Plan is also good. Probably best left to the ears of musicians. I don't know how you could appreciate it otherwise. I could be wrong, though.






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