Flea and Frusciante (but especially Flea) seem to pop up all over the place in the music world. e.g. Flea played bass on one of the songs on Alanis Morisette's "Jagged Little Pill" album.(Original post by PauloG.)
John Frusciante and Flea from the RHCP's play on the studio records of the Mars Volta, did you knew that?
You migh want to give a listen to Sparta, another band which formed after At the drive-in disbanded.
Absolutely, I just don't get everyone talking about The Killers - I always hear Somebody Told Me and Mr. Brightside in the clubs. But I can't remember hearing a new killers song in ages. I know and have listened to Hot Fuss and I assume they must have released more albums by now, but I've heard nothing of them in years.(Original post by Jelephant)
Because the Killers fall into the same crowd- pleasing, easy to sell music the masses fall for. Seriously, ever since "Somebody told me" and "Mr Brightside" christ knows how long ago, they've either disappeared or I've had a bout of memory loss. If people hadn't already mentioned them on this thread I'd never have thought about them at all.
What music will be remembered from this decade watch
- 14-07-2009 01:31
- 14-07-2009 01:35
Coming out of my cage and I've been doing just fine...
- 15-07-2009 00:19
Leona Lewis will be remembered as one of the best voices of this decade
- 15-07-2009 00:32
No NadeemLast edited by Hota; 04-11-2011 at 02:51.
- 15-07-2009 10:01
Over the course of thenext few decades i think that these bands will be remembered:-
- Radiohead (Kid A, Amnesiac, In Rainbows)
- Arctic Monkeys
- Possibly Sigur Ros, hopeful
- I think also maybe this decade will be seen in the way of trends, such as emo, indie, etc
- I want to say the Libertines, as they're my favourite band, however, i just think that if they don't get back together they'll slip into obsurity apart from those who actually liked them specificallly.