The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby tbm1986 » Fri Mar 20, 2009 8:39 pm

corney91 wrote:
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That's a great runthrough of the bands :)
Maybe add The Slip to NIN's albums because it's different to The Downward Spiral but also free, just to add a bit more variety ;)


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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby Kr3tur3 » Thu Mar 26, 2009 12:40 am

Metallica:
One
Master of Puppets
Ride the Lightning
Suicide & Redemption

Lamb of God:
Redneck
Forgotten (Lost Angels)
Set to Fail
Grace
Contractor

Machine Head:
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Seasons Wither
Aesthetics of Hate
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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby HearMeNow » Mon Mar 30, 2009 1:08 pm

Machine Head:

If you have a dvd player - Elegies (Through The Ashes of Empires tour recorded at Brixton Academy) :music-headbanger:

If you're gonna get The Blackening spend the extra couple of quid and get The Blackening Special Edition - nice extras (includes covers CD and dvd of various live performances from The Blackening tour)

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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby Colin'sReversibleHat » Mon Mar 30, 2009 9:37 pm

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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby [Shep] » Thu Apr 02, 2009 6:01 pm

I've just had a quick scan through here and don't think i've seen anybody post a link to NIN's the slip.
http://dl.nin.com/theslip/signup

As it's completely free this is probably a good introduction to NIN for those that aren't sure about them.

if you like it then i reccommend finding yourself a copies of the downward spiral, the fragile and with teeth.
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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby Marc » Thu Apr 02, 2009 6:05 pm

Oh dont forget there live album
and all that could have been
probz there best songs before with teeth came out

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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby Marc » Thu Apr 02, 2009 6:08 pm

plus if i wereto recommend a band it would probably have to be
sonic youth
there just probz one of the best alternative bands ive ever listened to

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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby kleptomaniac » Sun Apr 05, 2009 12:14 pm

Machine Head

Go listen to Burn my eyes, pay special attention to track 1 - Davidian. Fantastic album

Lamb of God

Go listen to As the palaces burn, pay special attention to 11th Hour. Great album.

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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby kleptomaniac » Sun Apr 05, 2009 12:15 pm

Is there a setlist thread anywhere? ie on the bands last gig this is the setlist they played... just to give everyone an idea if what songs are being played at the moment?

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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby irishnenglish » Mon Apr 13, 2009 10:53 am

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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby turner4metallica » Mon Apr 13, 2009 2:52 pm

metallica... (great live saw at nottingham with machine head played judas kiss instead of cyanide i think cant really remember)
battery
trapped under ice
nothing else matters
seek and destroy
fade to black
sanatarium
anything off death magnetic exept unforgiven 3
memory remains
one
master of puppets

avenged sevenfold also good live saw with maiden bat country rocked didnt play burn it down or mia :(
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bat country
critical acclaim
almost easy
brompton cocktail
blinded in chains
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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby PeteDavies » Thu Apr 16, 2009 7:48 pm

Metallica: I would recomend "The Black Album" for most of the tracks they'll probably play, although if you wanna know what your listening to you'll have to get the new album "Death Magnetic"
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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby Ghost » Thu Apr 16, 2009 8:27 pm

Recent Feeder festival setlists tend to be something like:

Feeling A Moment
Shatter
Come Back Around
Miss You
Sonorous
Insomnia
Pushing The Senses
Just The Way I'm Feeling
Buck Rogers
Lost & Found
Seven Days In The Sun
Just A Day

I really would recommend checking out their newest album 'Silent Cry', as it's back to their rockier roots, Yesterday Went Too Soon era kinda stuff, it's good and posters on here would probably like it a lot more then the 'softer' albums that they're known for recently...
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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby kleptomaniac » Fri Apr 17, 2009 10:21 am

Some skindred songs you can expect to hear


Babylon
Pressure
Rude Boy for Life
Selector
Destroy the Dancefloor
Trouble
Nobody
Bruises
Set It Off

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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby Rsx » Fri Apr 17, 2009 9:06 pm

Linkin Park did an absolutely mesmerising version of crawling where they used hands held high as an introduction and then to top it off Chris Cornell joined them onstage and harmonised on the vocals. This is one performance not to miss. Youtube it.
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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby metal5115 » Sat Apr 18, 2009 12:21 am

PeteDavies wrote:Metallica: I would recomend "The Black Album" for most of the tracks they'll probably play, although if you wanna know what your listening to you'll have to get the new album "Death Magnetic"


I really hope they dont play mostly Black Album stuff.
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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby EvadBlack » Sun Apr 19, 2009 8:23 pm

I'd've thought Metallica's set wouldn't too dissimilar from their recent tour - so the most represented album would be Death Magnetic. From The Black Album I'd say only Enter Sandman, Sad But True and Nothing Else Matters are pretty much certain (as it's not a "fan only" gig).

As for setlists, I don't know if anyone's posted it, but www.setlist.fm is good for recent setlists, and getting better every day as more people use it and add to it.

I also second the "And All That Could Have Been" live album recommendation for NIN - especially as their live stuff can sound quite a bit different to the recorded output. Also look out for the audio rip of the "Beside You In Tme" DVD as that's got liver versions of stuff on With Teeth.
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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby corney91 » Sun Apr 19, 2009 11:06 pm

EvadBlack wrote:Also look out for the audio rip of the "Beside You In Tme" DVD as that's got liver versions of stuff on With Teeth.

Or watch the videos of it on Youtube - its awesome! (I got it a week ago and have watched it 4 times already :D )
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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby fairyfluff76 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 9:28 am

I like anything Metallica has done, when I saw them in Brum a few weeks back they were playing a good mix of old and new stuff, liking their new album death magnetic very much.

I have just started listening to Bullet for my valentine and Avenged sevenfold and I am pleasantly suprised, just got bfmv album scream,aim,fire and I am really looking forward to seeing these guys live.

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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby tait118 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 9:49 pm

fairyfluff76 wrote:I like anything Metallica has done, when I saw them in Brum a few weeks back they were playing a good mix of old and new stuff, liking their new album death magnetic very much.

I have just started listening to Bullet for my valentine and Avenged sevenfold and I am pleasantly suprised, just got bfmv album scream,aim,fire and I am really looking forward to seeing these guys live.

Sarah x


Try out avenged's city of evil album, really shows how skilled and amazing they are, and for BFMV i would definately recomend the poison album, got so many catchy songs on it :)
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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby bassbag » Tue Apr 21, 2009 6:55 pm

oceansize, pulled apart by horses, evile, SSS, cancer bats, dillinger escape plan, deadlokk, municipal waste, the steamed clams, baroness, torche

just a few they should get whacked on the lower stages!

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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby pirate_stu » Thu Apr 23, 2009 12:47 am

kleptomaniac wrote:Some skindred songs you can expect to hear


Babylon
Pressure
Rude Boy for Life
Selector
Destroy the Dancefloor
Trouble
Nobody
Bruises
Set It Off


Not to mention their cover of Eddy Grant's Electric Avenue!
They'll play that too!

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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby t8yman » Tue Apr 28, 2009 9:04 am

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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby corney91 » Tue Apr 28, 2009 4:51 pm

So Fear Factory have been announced - I've heard only a few songs but listen to Archetype - it is a quality song ;)
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Re: The Sonisphere Bands Recommendations Thread

Postby triaxis » Tue Apr 28, 2009 5:51 pm

For Fear Factory, I'd recommend the following albums:

Demanufacture
Obsolete
Archetype
Soul of a New Machine

Tracks:

Martyr
Demanufacture
Self Bias Resistor
Zero Signal
Replica
H-K
Edgecrusher
Descent
Resurrection
Freedom or Fire
Digimortal
Linchpin
Slave Labor
Cyber Waste
Archetype
Bite the Hand That Bleeds
540,000 Fahrenheit
Moment of Impact

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