Lets make the Ultimate Grunge/Grunge Related Band List

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Post by LouderThanLarry » Thu Apr 20, 2006 9:55 am

Man that is a huge list.

Sorry i don't know how to upload it myself but i am surte there is someone who post here who might be able to help you with that.

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Post by LouderThanLarry » Thu Apr 20, 2006 10:05 am

Thats cool, my girlfriend would totally dig this she made me a grunge tree once, with all the bands connected.

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Post by Dinger » Thu Apr 20, 2006 11:19 am

You can take screen shots, uload them and link to here! A bit longwinded but I cant think of another way.
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Post by faCelift_ » Thu Apr 20, 2006 11:41 am

lol dude that's huge. try cutting it down to bands that have released full length albums..
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Post by mood fo lemac » Thu Apr 20, 2006 12:58 pm

adam this list is awesome!
I tried making a list a few times... never managed to get one this big though!
good job man

I wanted to go over it and try and add bands that might be missing, didn't notice anything missing yet but it isnt really that easy with this list, send me the excel document ill try again :)
and then?

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Post by faCelift_ » Fri Apr 21, 2006 10:10 am

shit send me the excel file then cuz im always up for getting new cds.
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Post by Amanda » Fri Apr 21, 2006 1:31 pm

Holy shit! That's a big list....and I see you have Seether on it. 8) They originated in South Africa as Saron Gas. I'm not sure about the year though.
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Post by Djennik » Fri Apr 21, 2006 2:12 pm

I can add "Kane". Pretty famous in Holland. They're linked to grunge, however i wouldn't define grunge. But they are good ;)
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Post by boxcar » Fri Apr 21, 2006 6:52 pm

Wow.. that had just about every band I could think of.. one missing would be "Bad Radio" which was Eddie Vedders band in San Diego before Pearl Jam. They used to play the now famous "Betterman" way back then. Great job.. I'll keep trying to think of more to add to it.

also, Steve Turner from Mudhoney had a few solo albums out if you want to give him his own slot.

..and maybe the Stiff Woodies too
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Post by boxcar » Sat Apr 22, 2006 9:58 pm

also add: Swervedriver
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Post by Djennik » Sun Apr 23, 2006 10:24 am

i think i got 2 more

1 Here in Belgium we "had" a punk band. But their new numbers are so Foo Fighters. They call Nail Pin... Listen to Worn Out and you'll see...

2 Nonpoint sounds grungey to me. But you'll have to see for yourself. Cus I'm not sure...

I will give you more if i hear someth grungey :p
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Post by Verde Invierno » Tue Apr 25, 2006 8:24 am

There is a way you can put the link and directly download the excel file to anyone´s computer.

First you have to sign in a webhost, i recommend you

www.filelodge.com

then you can upload up to 500mb of any file you want, i do it with songs, but also you can do it with excel files or word files, then,
there is a section where you can see the "linking codes", there you look for the URL, paste it and copy it to the forum, and...

there you have, the link is ready to be saved to anyone´s computer...

I hope i helped
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Post by Verde Invierno » Tue Apr 25, 2006 6:58 pm

I´m glad my advice worked perfectly....

Don´t worry lovebattery, we are here to cooperate, :wink:

I guess you are missing in that list these bands:
(For the moment i will give you these names, obviously I´ve got more)

311,
Los Planetas (an excellent spanish band)
Primus,
Deerhoof,
Catupecu Machu (an argentinian band)
Muse,
Placebo (remember their first album "Placebo"?)
Pavement
The Wedding Present



Ok, check these bands out...

Take care 8)
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Post by Djennik » Thu Apr 27, 2006 5:32 am

Verde Invierno wrote:I´m glad my advice worked perfectly....

Don´t worry lovebattery, we are here to cooperate, :wink:

I guess you are missing in that list these bands:
(For the moment i will give you these names, obviously I´ve got more)

311,
Los Planetas (an excellent spanish band)
Primus,
Deerhoof,
Catupecu Machu (an argentinian band)
Muse,
Placebo (remember their first album "Placebo"?)
Pavement
The Wedding Present



Ok, check these bands out...

Take care 8)
Is 311 a grunge band? Cuz they sound more reggae to me :) But it's how you define grunge. If you find this grunge i agree :)

---> edit: I downed more songs of them and yeah you're right. I had only "love song" and "don't tread on me"...
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Post by Djennik » Thu Apr 27, 2006 5:35 am

Btw i think puddle of mud is one 2. They sound pretty grungey...
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