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Brave! Amazing prog band.
If iTunes is to be trusted, all of their albums are independently released, except their "greatest hits" album.
Upon further investigation, Laser's Edge Records has pretty much all my favorite prog bands. Specifically District 97, Haken, and Delain.
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Could you try to get Wichita Records on board? I would buy pretty much buy everything from them, especially any Bloc Party songs.
some manilla road would be awesome
i just dont know what kind of label theyre at, and i can see a lot of people not liking the singers voice
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I second Cipher with Say Anything. Supposedly, Alive with the Glory of Love was pretty heavily requested a long while ago for RB around here.
But that song is probably the worst song I've heard from them so I won't even bother linking.
I'd really really want either Spidersong or Woe.
Another one I really want is Dragonette.
The song I want in particular is very No Doubt-ish if any of you like that sort of thing. Keys would rock on that. Same goes for a lot of their songs.
They have a couple stinkers on that album, but their one after that is pretty safe if you're checking them out.
And, finally, as I suggested in TAG's announcement thread, for Japanese stuff, it'd be cool to see some Katamari Damacy tracks.
8/9/11 (Def Leppard) will be marked as the best day in RB history for me. HMX, major thanks for all this amazing DLC you put out!
Jack's Mannequin, who, according to Wikipedia, are associated with Maverick Records and Sire Records, both of whom are owned by Warner. Can't remember how well that works.
But if you CAN get them, Dark Blue was a pretty sizable hit, it was on One Tree Hill once.
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