Dave's Favorite Bands
As a great man once said, if there is a better band, I'd sure like
to hear them. Best tracks: Shake the Disease (that just came
on the radio as I was typing this, I swear!! (Rod Serling is out there...),
Here is the House, Enjoy the Silence (Rikki Tik Tik Mix),
Get the Balance Right (Combination Mix).
Give these guys a sampler and stand back.
Cause and Effect
Mode wanna-bes? Nah...
His underrated album Security has some of the coolest sample
wrangling around. Highlights from Pete include: I Have The
Touch, Shock The Monkey, Red Rain.
Ha ha, just kidding, they lag.
Pretty Hate Machine
Normally, I would have listed "Nine Inch Nails" here, but let's face it,
obviously aliens took over Trent's mind after the first album, and it's
really not NIN anymore. However, PHM was great. That's What I Get,
Sanctified, Down In It, Terrible Lie ...oh heck, the whole album's good!
Art of Noise
Trevor Horn is a God. (Trevor Horn... Trevor Henthorn...? Hmm...)
Silly name, good music. Check out Zombie if you haven't already.
Tori Amos If you could sing that well, you'd be on this list, too.
See Tori Amos.
The Spud Boys will live forever! Be stiff! More slack! Through Being
Cool, Peek A Boo, Working In A Coalmine, Girl You Want.
Okay, they were a little bit trendy, but they had it going on.
Rio, The Reflex (Na na na na), The Chauffeur, Last Chance On The
Good tunes, lead singer is married to Paulina Porizkova.
You have to admit, Rock Me Amadeus was a cool tune. Vienna
Calling was also terribly cool, and hey, they're just all around
Camouflage, Animotion, Till Tuesday, Susan Vega, PetShop Boys
The Great Commandment, Obsession, Voices Carry, Blood Makes Noise/
Left Of Center, Opportunities/Sin.
SWEAT ENGINE, (Victoria's) Secret Secret
Combustible. Explosive. A must-see! These guys/girls are definitely
going places, and it wouldn't surprise me one bit if they up and put out
their own CD-ROM! Watch 'em, 'cause let's face it---they're watching you!
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