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    Quote Originally Posted by Claire, post: 31540
    Darren Hayes and Katy Perry are new to me so I'll go and investigate those.
    is that Darren Hayes from savage garden? I loved his stuff

    Plain White Tees I've heard of only one song, Hey There Delilah. I liked that so might have to check out their other stuff. Thanks for the suggestions so far guys.
    same for me! I'll check out the rest
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    So you're saying no to Denver then?

    Katy Perry's song "I Kissed A Girl" has a really great sound to it...I like to listen to it at the gym...




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    Quote Originally Posted by Beccaberry, post: 31542
    So you're saying no to Denver then?

    Katy Perry's song "I Kissed A Girl" has a really great sound to it...I like to listen to it at the gym...
    I'll pass on Denver! Actually, all joking aside, Annie's Song still gives me goose bumps.

    I Kissed A Girl is currently no 1 here in the UK. (So I've just discovered!)





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    For a bit of a different flair...Peter Himmelman is a favorite of mine as well....




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    If you dont already have them:

    Hot Fuss by the Killers
    Version by Mark Ronson
    The Script by The Script
    A Fever You Can't Sweat Out by Panic at the Disco
    Nirvana's Unplugged album.
    Black Holes & Revelations by Muse
    Undiscovered by James Morrison

    That'll do for now. They're all good. If you let me know what you're into I'll try to recommend some more stuff....

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    I wouldn't recommend Plain White Tee's based on Delilah. youtube "hate is a strong word" and watch that. If you like that, go for the rest. They're a 'rock' band by trade...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkE, post: 31563
    If you dont already have them:

    Hot Fuss by the Killers
    Version by Mark Ronson
    The Script by The Script
    A Fever You Can't Sweat Out by Panic at the Disco
    Nirvana's Unplugged album.
    Black Holes & Revelations by Muse
    Undiscovered by James Morrison

    That'll do for now. They're all good. If you let me know what you're into I'll try to recommend some more stuff....
    Got all but The Script and Nirvana. I'm ashamed to admit that my knowledge of Nirvana extends as far as Smell Like Teen Spirit.





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    lol Hate Is A Strong Word is actually one of my favorite songs by them :)




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    Becca, the songs are just so different arent they! a couple of friends downloaded the whole album based on that song, and hated the rest.

    I'm not a big fan, but will be seeing them live next Sunday!!

    AT MOTHER TRUCKIN READING!!!

    As for the other stuff - Nirvana - download the unplugged album. Its good.
    Did you pick up pretty odd? Its not as good as fever, but has a few catchy tunes.

    You might also like:
    Ten (Pearl Jam)
    A guide to love, loss, and desperation (Wombats)
    Scouting for girls
    System of a down - Mezmerise
    Stone Sour - Come What(ever) May
    Radio 1 live lounge
    Our Earthly Pleasures (Maximo Park)
    In Between Dreams (Jack Johnson)
    How to save a life (The Fray)
    The Colour and The Shape (Fool Fighters)

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    edited: because you dont need the same list twice!

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