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post #2941 of 7869

I had an idea, but it may be dumb - how about obscure bands that most people have never heard of. Like the ones that didn't make the Top 40 - alternative types like Gothic, Ska, punk, etc.
post #2942 of 7869
OK, I'll start with an obscure band...

Army of Lovers (dance)
post #2943 of 7869
Black Tape for a Blue Girl - Ambiant (Airy-Fairy) Gothic
post #2944 of 7869
Cat Power — Chan Marshall is awesome!

post #2945 of 7869
(I have one for almost every letter, so if it gets slow I'll pop in. hehehe)

Dead Can Dance - Another ambiant goth-type band. Really cool eastern drums in a lot of their songs.
post #2946 of 7869
Experience Unlimited (EU)

Go-go band from Washington DC. Had one hit with "Doin' the Butt" int the late 80's, but had a lot more than just that.
post #2947 of 7869
Foghat — A mediocre-at-best band which was briefly popular during the good-music drought of the late 1970s.

post #2948 of 7869
Gaelic Storm-the party band from the movie Titanic. OK, well maybe they were part of a popular movie, but...If anyone gets a chance to go see them, do it! They put on one of the most infectious (in a good way) concerts you'll ever see!
post #2949 of 7869
Human Drama - GREAT quasi-goth band. They don't really have a macbre goth sound, and he has this incredible way of touching on whatever emotion you may be feeling in at least one of his songs.
post #2950 of 7869
I think that was me missed out the W and X on the round things - Doh!! Sorry!

I'll catch up one day.

post #2951 of 7869
Obscure band?

post #2952 of 7869
John Lee and Canned Heat Hooker - Blues
post #2953 of 7869
ok - since it isn't moving

Karate - an experiment Rock group
post #2954 of 7869
Lime Spiders

A punk band that a friend of mine loves. He says they're great, I've never heard (of) them before.
post #2955 of 7869
Martha and the Muffins

post #2956 of 7869

This game is too hard for me!!!!
post #2957 of 7869
Naturals, The - 'Mercy Beat' band from England 1963-66 ( as per what a little birdie told me!!!!!)
post #2958 of 7869
Oingo Boingo

Does that count? I don't think they were too mainstream. Part of the New Wave in the 80s.
post #2959 of 7869

They did "Baby Come Back" in 1978
post #2960 of 7869
Queen Adreena (U.K.)


post #2961 of 7869
Reign - Canadian group who just put out their 1st album.
post #2962 of 7869
Shooglenifty-Scottish (I believe) traditional/rock band. Supposedly a favorite band of Tony Blair.
post #2963 of 7869
Tornados - they were a "one-hit wonder", in the early '60s.
post #2964 of 7869
Unto Ashes - Another etherial-type. This is what the website says about their influences...

Their highly original musical style is informed by neo-medieval dirges, dark electronica, experimental music, apocalyptic folk, death metal, harvest chants and German Romantic sensibilities.
post #2965 of 7869
Velvet Empire - Canadian group "made" on the TV show Popstars.
post #2966 of 7869
er, can't think of a W

But the best goth band in the world were X-mal Deutschland

And my apologies for being previous
post #2967 of 7869
Here's a W - yet another Goth band...

The Wake
post #2968 of 7869
Yardbirds, The (Not exactly "obscure," SO SHOOT ME!)


post #2969 of 7869
Come on people - let's finish this up and move on to something new!

Zao - Christian Rock
post #2970 of 7869
Given that today is Canada Day, and Thursday is America's Independence Day, how about anything that reminds you of patriotism or something like that. Can be for whatever country you are from. (This should be easier than the last one...sorry )

All-American Apple Pie
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