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Soft Rock kinda music !!! need recommendations

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meconi

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Hi

Can u guys recommend some slow rock bands and corresponding song/songs ..

i tend to like bands like Coldplay and a select base of Greenday and REM.. i want to know some other bands like that..
i am not really into metal and fast rock but do like songs like "on bended knee "-limpbizkit,"nothing else matters" from Metallica and sweet child of mine from GNR.love listening to these in my new Car!!
 

ratedrsuperstar

The Sexy Beast
metallica for soft rock no sir(cept for nothing else matters)

try limp bizkit's build a bridge best LB slow song
here are some others

3 doors down - here without you
alter bridge - end is here;burn it down
bon jovi - you can't go home;it's my life(acoustic)
breaking benjamin - rain;the diary of jane(acoustic);so cold(acoustic)
evanescence - my immortal
goo goo dolls - iris
green day - working class hero
inxs - afterglow
maroon 5 - she will be loved
muse - starlight
nickelback - far away;if everyone cared;rockstar
red hot chilli peppers - californication;dani california;snow;zephyr;desecration smile
snow patrol - chasing cars;the finish line;signal fire
staind - outside
take that - patience
the calling - wherever you will go
the feeling - sewn;never be lonely;fill my little world
the fray - how to save a life;over my head
the killers - all the things that i've done;read my mind;when you were young
the magic numbers - take a chance
u2 - window in the skies
shinedown - i dare you
saliva -always

hope this satisfies you but you really need to get into hard rock it's not that bad.i feel every man has a dark side to him which can be vented by rock music.

pm me your coldplay favourites i'll let you know some which you might not know
 
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meconi

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thanks for the recommendations guys ...
and err...hmmm..metallica??? did i read that right.?
 

nix

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dont forget these:
empty rooms-gary moore
is this love-whitesnake
broken wings-(not surr)
behind blue eyes-not sure
hysteria-def leppard..
crystalball-keane
precious-depeche mode...
 

abhra

Broken In
behind blue eyes - limp bizkit
You Should hear "Lonely World" by Limp Bizkit; you may have a deja vu;
U2 - Beautiful Day
 

chinmay

Journeyman
The songs I am recommending may not necessarily be in the genre 'Soft Rock'. In fact this is a diverse list from Pop to Progressive Metal. But these songs are not the so called 'harsh' songs and is smooth in ears.

Goo Goo Dolls - Iris
Don McLean - Bye bye Miss American Pie
John Denver - Leaving On A Jet Plane
The Who (not the cover by Limp Bizkit. It is BAD) - Behind Blue Eyes
Green Day - Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)
Oasis - Wonderwall
Aerosmith - Crazy
Alanis Morisette - Head Over feet
Alanis Morisette - Ironic
Audioslave - Doesn't Remind Me
Audioslave - heaven's Dead
Avril Lavigne - Complicated
The Beatles - Let It Be
John Lennon - Imagine
Bob Dylan - All Along The Watchtower
Eric Clapton - Wonderful Tonight
James Blunt - You're beautiful
James Blunt - Goodbye My Lover
Linkin Park - Numb
Maroon 5 - She Will Be Loved
Porcupine Tree - Trains
System Of A Down - Roulette
Tool - The Pot

Then you may try and find limited 'soft' songs from bands like Creed, Nickleback, Goo Goo Dolls, Staind, Incubus, Radiohead, U2, Def Leppard, etc.
 

Freshcider

Broken In
I like to listen full albums of different band. You can listen also Rancid,
Off spring, Good Charlotte, Translants, Bad Religion, NOFX
 

chinmay

Journeyman
ratedrsuperstar said:
you can't put travis and keane into rock or even pop rock genre they're just a band(but not gay band like BB,blue):D

Travis can be best described as British Trad Rock. Some other suggested styles by allmusic.com are Britpop, Alternative Pop/Rock and post Grunge. but when you generalize it definitely IS rock and is strongly recommended for someone who appreciates music by Coldplay. Every band as a genre and Travis is far from the talentless Blue or Backstreet boys.

Some more recommendations(the ones I have heard recently and the ones I forgot to mention) :-

Porcupine Tree - Trains
Porcupine Tree - Lips Of Ashes
Dire straits - Sultans Of Swing
Dire Straits -Money For Nothing
Dire Straits - Brothers In Arms
Dire Straits - Walk Of Life
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb
Pink Floyd - Coming Back To Life


Just for the record I personally don't like soft rock much but it is great for occasional break when you've heard too much metal, hard rock or progressive kind of music.(My Last.fm Profile - www.last.fm/user/chinmay_d)
 
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Aberforth

The Internationalist
Try Evanescence's latest album, The Open Door. Has a good collection of nu rock and easy listening tracks. And then there is always Linkin Park.
 

chinmay

Journeyman
dark_side_of_the_moon said:
Ekdum sahi choice, bidu

Lol, you are bound to say that. Your user id is a Pink Floyd album after all. I love Pink Floyd myself. I think they are one of the founders of psychedelic rock. Comfortably numb is an essential track when one is tripping!
 

dark_side_of_the_moon

Right off the assembly line
chinmay said:
Lol, you are bound to say that. Your user id is a Pink Floyd album after all. I love Pink Floyd myself. I think they are one of the founders of psychedelic rock. Comfortably numb is an essential track when one is tripping!
U take drugs too................:eek:
 
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