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Nice bracket of tunes the H_T . Some good Aussie stuff in there - we've produced some great bands over the years hey !

A lot of us have been brought up on Pub Rock which is a very Australian thing . Lost count on who I've seen live !

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Yes, thought I'd add some of my favourite bands & hits. Hunters & Collectors was another...

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Some great songs on here. Nice work.

Nuggets 2.6

I'm not sure I've heard Incubus before. In any case, that songs is sweet!

I was listening to some of The Darkness last night. Thought I'd add one of their songs to the list.

Video was filmed in the Blue Mountains.

I see an element of Spinal Tap in these guys. At least that would explain why they make me laugh.

Jack Jack 1.0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGPyUSVtpZM

BTW was that Pia Miller in the Pete Murray clip?

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BTW was that Pia Miller in the Pete Murray clip?

I had to cheat but yes , it is Pia Miller

Great 1st post .

I'm enjoying the music that's been posted - there's so much good rock out there - endless really .

Currently listening to a bit of Flyleaf and Lacuna Coil - will post 1 or 2 of their songs in the future .

This thread is a great way of introducing new ( and retro ) music to others - keep posting "Jack Jack" , cheers .

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Haven't heard Shinedown before. Nice.

Here's one from the ol' Pink Floyd.

First album/single of the post Roger Waters era. Funnily enough it's about Waters.

I remember hearing this as a kid and for some reason or another associating it with Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Now I know that Dave Gilmour and Douglas Adams were good friends, Adams actually came up with the Division Bell title for Gilmour, but I can't actually find any link with this song and Hitchhiker's Guide. Maybe it's just my mind playing tricks on me?

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Haven't heard Shinedown before. Nice.

Here's one from the ol' Pink Floyd.

First album/single of the post Roger Waters era. Funnily enough it's about Waters.

I remember hearing this as a kid and for some reason or another associating it with Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Now I know that Dave Gilmour and Douglas Adams were good friends, Adams actually came up with the Division Bell title for Gilmour, but I can't actually find any link with this song and Hitchhiker's Guide. Maybe it's just my mind playing tricks on me?

Jack Jack 1.1

How good were Pink Floyd ! - Innovators and led the way like no others .

British Rock will be back soon enough - it probably already is .

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Here's one from The Rapture. The theme to the series Misfits.

They don't seem to have released a video with this song, so the best i could find is an unofficial little story/clip.

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Macca 3.6 - slideshow only for this Kiwi classic !

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I can't, in good conscience, not put one up for these guys, Stone Temple Pilots.

They're right up there for me, probably my favourite band. I just don't think they've got a bad song in them.

And after years and years of waiting finally got to see them live earlier this year. Scott Weiland managed to pull himself together for long enough and made it this time. It was my first time at Festival Hall, but was truly amazing. I think I was like most of the crowd there and been hanging out to see them for the last 15 odd years. The place just went berserk. The audience completely drowned out the band during Interstate Love Song, just amazing.

Afterwards I was chatting to my old man about it. He tells me he snuck out of boarding school to watch Louis Armstrong there. I thought that was a pretty cool connection. And after further discussion we agree that they were probably still the same seats (the place doesn't look like it's changed for decades).

I hear they've got a new album out in the new year, can't wait,

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Wow, EMF, that brings back memories. I remember a few of the UK groups at the time. Pet Shop Boys, East 17, KLF.

How good is Youtube for a trip down memory lane!

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I can't, in good conscience, not put one up for these guys, Stone Temple Pilots.

They're right up there for me, probably my favourite band. I just don't think they've got a bad song in them.

And after years and years of waiting finally got to see them live earlier this year. Scott Weiland managed to pull himself together for long enough and made it this time. It was my first time at Festival Hall, but was truly amazing. I think I was like most of the crowd there and been hanging out to see them for the last 15 odd years. The place just went berserk. The audience completely drowned out the band during Interstate Love Song, just amazing.

Afterwards I was chatting to my old man about it. He tells me he snuck out of boarding school to watch Louis Armstrong there. I thought that was a pretty cool connection. And after further discussion we agree that they were probably still the same seats (the place doesn't look like it's changed for decades).

I hear they've got a new album out in the new year, can't wait,

Jack Jack 1.3

Great song - and a great sound . Another band I need to explore more - rest assured I will !

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Great song - and a great sound . Another band I need to explore more - rest assured I will !

It's Scott Weiland, he's a genius, albeit seriously flawed. I don't think Velvet Revolver would have gotten anywhere without him. In fact from memory I think once he left VR they were unable to get another record contract.

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Terrific song HT . Thought I'd bump it up to top of the Billboard being a Saturday night and all that !

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This guy just flat out rocks acoustic, insanely talented.

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Addictive canadian rock/metal/punk/progressive band that i've listened to for the past 4 months non stop.

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Local progressive/rock band, awesome live

Nascent 1.3

Bulb (Misha Mansoor) is an incredibly talented musician/producer. Puts alot of his stuff out there for free on soundclick and has a lot of time for fans. Someone did this mash up on youtube with a song from paramore. Works well I think.

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Addictive canadian rock/metal/punk/progressive band that i've listened to for the past 4 months non stop.

Those guys are awesome. I'll have to get my hands on more of their stuff.

I thought the Aussie tank top in the clip was a nice touch for a Canadian band!

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Local progressive/rock band, awesome live

Yeah , Sydonia are great . And I liked the solo guitarist in your 1st post - wow !

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