Yeah, that would be them. Mahadeva, Let There Be Light, and Kabalah are some of their bigger songs. Though, I like almost all of them. I have 80 of their songs right now, most of which I got off MP3.com
Raymond Wave and DJ Mary-Jane are also really good... but again, mention those names in a room...
Well if it's time to pimp the underground, allow me to throw out some of what I asked for this year for Xmas, so others may benefit
Godspeed You Black Emperor - any of their albums Silver Mt. Zion... - "Born Into Trouble..." Robbie Fulks - "Couples In Trouble" New Pornographers - "Mass Romantic" Kelly Hogan - "Because It Feel Good"
I'll give a shoutout to Lostprophets here, who's debut album has just been released in the States.
Hundred Reasons coming your way next, I believe. Another unbelievably kick-ASS British band. Their live shows are excellent. I'm not sure how they'll do in arenas, but they rule in the intimate club shows...
Couple days ago I was in my car, driving about a mile and so I left my CD's behind. Stupidly, I turned on the radio and heard some syndicated program. It was hosted by Carson Daly and he started talking about Bad Religion. I think my head exploded.
Well, Annihilator was not big in N. America but were huge in Europe. They were Canada's answer to Metallica and they did well. I was actually engaged to the original bass player's niece last year but that is a different story. A couple of songs that are must listens are Alice in Hell, Phantasmagoria, Fantastic Things (which is a super rare track) and Phoenix Rising.
"I believed what I was told, I thought it was a good life, I thought I was happy. Then I found something that changed it all...." -Anonymous, 2112
Weee! Time to make another plug! Well...more of an extention of the last plug. Now, it's a plug for Frou Frou. Frou Frou is Imogen Heap teaming up with Guy Sigsworth. I have no idea who Guy Sigsworth is, and, as of right now, they don't have any full length songs, just 2 samples, one playing on their front page at http://www.froufrou.net/ and the other one at http://lancaster.virtuetv.com/clients/virtuetv/outsideline/froufrou/letgo1min.wma
But, despite that, I'm still hyped for it, because it's a new Imogen Heap album! April 23rd bay-bee!
This television show apparently features many artists from around the globe and my favorite band will be appearing for, there first time, all to record on the VCR, TiVo, or DVD recorders. Breakfast with the Arts Site Quick bio: