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Favorite Non-Anarcho Music?

Discussion in 'Music, punk scene & subcultures' started by Anxiety69, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. idlebagger

    idlebaggerActive Member Forum Member


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    Double post...nothing to see here...move along...
     
  2. Extinction

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    I forgot to mention:

    Every since I was 12 years old, a favorite band of mine have been KMFDM, I've just always loved their message and politics. For an industrial band they've always talked about destroying the system and DIY, love em, hence my avatar.

    On the same topic, I've always loved industrial/EBM/aggro-tech, it's just fun to listen to.
     
  3. t-bag

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    Ive got a massive record collection everything from The smashing pumpkins to Immortal Technique. But my other passion is the Country-Tinged/Psychobilly/Rock N Roll type stuff. Been a Huge follower of Social Distortion for years and they are without doubt my Fave Non-Anarcho band. Tiger Army,The Bones,The Generators,Mad Sin,The Kings Of Nuthin...Bands of that nature.
     
  4. ASA

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    Too many too mention inna world that is anarchist by nature from an artistic point of view, no post modernist wanka though fahfahfah

    hmm off the top of head at mo:

    Toto La Momposina Y Sus Tambores - Men With Guns soundtrack etc etc
    Etta James/slash soul music probz
    rudie reggae
     
  5. NuclearArmedHogs

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    Lots of death/thrash/crossover/sludge/doom/stoner metal, oi!, some lighter more indie stuff like the pixies and the smiths, pop punk style stuff like screeching weasel/jawbreaker, desert rock/riff rock bands like kyuss, a couple of downtempo/electronic artists for when I need to relax and do some homework, some grind, some crust, 80s hardcore punk (best ever), japanese hardcore (duh), a plethora of one-hit wonders from the 50s/60s/70s (soul, funk, jazz, country, classic rock), speedpunk bands like zeke, reo speedealer, the hellacopters, all kinds of underground hip hop, as well as lots of early 90s underground rap, soundtracks for quentin tarantino films
     
  6. QueerPunk

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    60s/70s Ska and Rocksteady

    Early Dub

    Soul, Motown and Blues

    60s and 70s rock

    Early metal like Judas Priest and Black Sabbath

    80s Hardcore

    Classical/Eastern European/Gypsy/Klezmer (Used to listen to Chopin as a kid and had a lot of classical training)

    Hip-Hop

    I like some New Wave bands

    Riot Grrl!

    Queercore

    Rock 'n' fucking Roll (AC/DC, The Coloured Balls, Joan Jett...etc)



    Heaps more but I see it this way...if I like it and can feel it I will listen to it till the fucking cows come home.
     
  7. BlinkoChrist

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    Folk, like mischief brew, joe jack talcum, and the tallest man in the world, even though he's a huge sellout.

    Oh and of course the dead milkmen.
     
  8. dwtcos

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    Folk music (anarcho and otherwise) is what I listen to about 35 percent of the time (Mutiny and WDU are some of my favorties) and am also a massive Sonic Youth fan.Some people absolutely dread them but I could probably listen to Bad Moon Rising on loop for 48 hours straight. I also love Tom Waits (Raindogs mostly) :D
     
  9. we're_all_dead_anyway

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    mainly folk, a little ska, little rap (Immortal Technique is a god). I also have a soft side for some pop punk like the ramones, teenage bottlerocket, the copyrights, and the loved ones etc. Oh, and The Gaslight Anthem. One of my favorite bands, seen em play 4 times and they were amazing everytime.
     
  10. punkmar77

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    I'm a sucker for local bands as I always try to support my fellow musicians.

    Battalion of Saints
    No Knife
    Drive like Jehu
    The Night Marchers
    Pitchfork
    aMiniature
     
  11. d-beat95

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    I really like thrash and grindcore
     
  12. Vegetarian Barbarian

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    D-BEAT TECHNO

    and classic rock (beatles, led zep., doors, bob dylan etc. etc.)

    Gangsta RAP
     
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    lately been really into noise and experimental. I've always been a fan of 80's synthpop, new romantic/new wave, and surf or garage rock.
     
  14. Anxiety69

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    my favorite tom waits album by far is Blood Money... When I get to hell, if there is a lounge bar there, this is what i expect to hear playing :rock:
     
  15. dwtcos

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    I love all of it. But my grandma used to play raindogs in her house so it holds a special place in my heart q:
     
  16. Cocytus

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    Frank Zappa, Zombi, Goblin, Fabio Frizzi, Georgio Moroder, Riz Ortolani, almost anything from 70s/80s horror soundtracks, especially Italian ones.

    Select 80s new wave, certain 80s death metal/thrash metal, such as, Massacre, Bathory, Athiest, Energetic Krusher, Sacrilege, War Machine, Iron Maiden, Slayer up until Reign In Blood, stuff like that.

    Early Burzum, some other black metal stuff, Ive been listening to alot of SKAGOS Lately, Darkthrone of course.
     
  17. Steiner

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    I have really enjoyed the music that Plan It X records has put out and supported.
    -Ghost Mice (and anything Cliff Clavin has been affiliated with)
    -Defiance, Ohio
    -The Max Levine Ensemble
    -Spoonboy
    -This Bike is a Pipe Bomb
    -Andrew Jackson Jihad
    -Against Me! (more so their music off PIX and No Idea)

    Other bands worth mentioning
    -Lightning Bolt
    -Johnny Hobo and the Freight Trains
    -Bomb the Music Industry!
    -Turbonegro

    Other then that, general punk, crust, and thrash.
     
  18. BlinkoChrist

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    Yes!

    You should check out blackbird raum, and Hail seizures
     
  19. Vegetarian Barbarian

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    Ive always loved PRIMUS and Nirvana, and never will not like em.
     
  20. blackflag47

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    love damian dempsey and christey moore the wakes and all irish rebel music,metallica,pearl jam,, the jam,the specials,bob marley,ect
     
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