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19 Jul 2007, 20:12 by AlfaddurSome Numb3r Bands to investigate...
For a new radio, use this tag: http://www.last.fm/tag/number%20bands
Modern Day Zero
One Less Reason
One Nine Hundred
Number One Gun
No Second Troy
3 Doors Down
Three Days Grace
Third Eye Blind
Seven Mary Three
3 Colours Red
Five for Fighting
Five Way Friday
Five Times August
Five Bolt Main
Family Force 5
Ben Folds Five
The Click Five
Five Pointe O
Fifth Year Crush
Just Six Spaces
Six Day Slide
Six By Seven
Six By Silver
Sixpence None the Richer
Seven and The Sun
7 Sharp 9
Seven Mary Three
Seventh Day Slumber
3 May 2007, 22:03 by Metal4ever69Take your top 20 artists. For each of these artists, collect the top 5 similar artists. The resulting number of unique artists is your eclectic score. If the score is small (extreme = 5) your musical preferences are very limited, and if it is large (extreme = 100), then you have an eclectic musical preference. You can compute your own score at http://anthony.liekens.net/pub/scripts/last.fm/eclectic.php
My eclectic score is currently
The 49 related artists for my profile are 10 Years 3 Doors Down (2) 30 Seconds to Mars 32 Leaves After Forever Allele Audioslave Breaking Benjamin (5) Chevelle (3) Cold Cradle of Filth Crossfade (4) Disturbed (6) Drowning Pool (2) Evanescence (3) Evans Blue Faktion Foo Fighters Godsmack Green Day Hoobastank Ill Niño (3) KoЯn (5) Linkin Park (2) Metallica Modern Day Zero Mudvayne (3) Nickelback Nightwish Nirvana Nonpoint Papa Roach (2) Radiohead Rammstein Red Hot Chili Peppers (3) Revelation Theory Seether (5) Sevendust Shinedown (2) Slipknot (5) Staind…
5 Apr 2007, 13:05 by manateegirlHello people, How ya doin'?
Well, I'm just going crazy waiting for May 12 to finally come. I have a group of around 15 people going with me to Pointfest '07. It's gonna be so sweet, I can't wait!
Oh, just so you know, Pointfest is a local festival hosted by one of my favorite radio stations. This year there will be 29 bands, including: The Killers, Wolfmother, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Papa Roach, Bullet for My Valentine, Say Anything, Modern Day Zero (whom I've seen before, and they rock), among others. I love these big festivals, cuz there's so much to do, and you don't have to stand in a smokey bar for hours >_< We'll see how pointfest compares to Warped Tour '06, which was probably my favorite concert ever (Motion City Soundtrack ftw!) except possibly Guster. Anyhoo, I have to get going, since I have some volunteer work to do at school today, which beats the hell out of doing actual work =P
The KillersWolfmotherRED JUMPSUIT APPARATUSPapa RoachBullet for My ValentineSAY…
28 Nov 2006, 21:54 by scottwallace01These days, you go to a Guns N' Roses show in one of a few particular states:
1.) Positive feelings about the new band
2.) Negative feelings about the new band
3.) Neutrality toward the new band
4.) Ignorance of the fact that there's a new band
It's difficult to go into any show without some preconceived notions about the upcoming performance. I think you could argue that we (perhaps unconsciously) search for supporting evidence to back up our notions and leave a show feeling more strongly positive or negative. I, admittedly, came in with very positive feelings about the new band members and new material, and so I enjoyed the show very much. Others probably had different views, which I'll discuss further.
But, first, I should mention that the show featured a number of other acts. Opening after the Eagles of Death Metal or, as Axl dubbed them, the "Pigeons of Shit Metal," were booted from the tour, was Modern Day Zero, a band with which was entirely unfamiliar. …
24 Oct 2006, 18:04 by slackerboxI've been a member of Audioscrobbler/last.fm for over a year now and I haven't used the journal once yet! I don't think this journal feature has been avalible that long... but anyway, it's time to give the almost seemingly required bands I've seen live list! So lets get this started.
On the Waterfront - Rockford, IL - Aug.2002
Wingding - Rockford, IL - May.2005
Modern Day Zero *
The Metrocentre - Rockford, IL - Nov.2005
As I Lay Dying (more like As I Lay Crying :'( )
The Metro - Chicago, IL - May.2006
10 Years **
Wingding - Rockford, IL - May.2006
Black Stone Cherry
Modern Day Zero *
The starred bands are were my favorite. The ones with more stars were more favored.
I may be missing like one or two, but that's about it.. for now! :D
7 Feb 2006, 17:49 by Piglet88A Livejournal community that I am in pointed out this link to http://pandora.com and I'm in love. So basically, type in your favorite artist and they will let you listen to simular songs.
I started out with The Dresden Dolls (no big shock there!).
1. The dresden dolls - The Perfect Fit
I need not really talk about this song. Everyone knows I love it. In true Dresden Dolls style, they start out quiet and finish strong. Incredible.
2. Mates of State - I Have Space
I didn't much care for this one at all. Not bad, just not my style.
3. Jaymz Bee & The Deep Lounge Coalition - Miss Jackson
An interesting cover of the Outkast song, "Miss Jackson". At first I was just thinking, "what the fuck?", but by the end I wanted more.
4. Lydia Lunch - Mechanical Flattery
A strong track with a nice sound. I'm definatly interested in hearing more from Lyndia Lunch later.
5. Missy Higgins - The Special Two
16 Jan 2006, 22:44 by ohsnap____OK, it's time again for a few more in-depth cd reviews (if anyone even cares about my opinion). I'm no respected member of the musical community, but I like to think of myself as a fine musical critic being as how I'm the target audience for most of today's mainstream (or wannabe mainstream) rock. So here's another couple reviews that might appeal to you, but might not seeing as how even a great friend and I have almost the same collection, but one of us likes some stuff more than the other does, etc...
Anyway, first review: Modern Day Zero - Coming Up for Air. At first glance, they sound like a typical modern rock band with songs like " Better Side of Me" and "Way Out" However, once you get to the middle of the CD, something happens that totally makes you change your opinion of the CD thus far. You hit the song "Nothing's Ever Fine" a haunting acoustic song about the cliched troubled relationship. But it somehow pulls at your heartstrings and changes your perception of the CD. …
15 Aug 2005, 03:17 by agent_alpoNot in chronological order.
Pointfest featuring Puddle of Mudd, Staind, Our Lady Peace, Weezer and others at the UMB Bank Pavilion in Maryland Heights, MO.
Korn with Linkin Park, Snoop Dogg and The Used at the UMB Bank Pavilion in Maryland Heights, MO.
Evanescence with Cold and others at the Pageant in St. Louis, MO.
The Urge with Mustard Plug, Orange Tree, and Soma Holiday (aka Greenwheel) at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.
Nelly with The St. Lunatics at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.
Pointfest featuring Breaking Benjamin, Mudvayne, Story of the Year, Unwritten Law, Modern Day Zero and others at the UMB Bank Pavilion in Maryland Heights, MO.
Tori Amos with Howie Day at the Fox Theater in St. Louis (Scarlet's Walk Tour).
Tori Amos with Rufus Wainwright at the Fox Theater in St. Louis (Strange Little Tour).
Three Doors Down with Breaking Benjamin, Staind and No Address at the UMB Bank Pavilion in Maryland Heights, MO.