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Unread 02-11-2010, 12:29 PM   #1
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Foreign bands, anyone?

Figured, why not. Do any of you listen to bands from other countries, in their native tongue or not?

I'm always on the lookout for more varied bands from overseas. Just wondering if anyone else has a favourite band or song from another country. Might help me get into some other bands and such.

Right now, I've been stuck on bands from Finland. Gotta loves me some Kotiteollisuus. =D

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Finnish bands eh, good choice!
The two from there I know of are Lordi and Ensiferum, both heavy metal bands.
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You mean like
The Beatles
Rolling Stones
Cold Play
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Radio Head
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The only song in a foreign language I know that I like is Holiday in Spain by the Counting Crows and Blf.
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I listen to a bunch of "foreign" music:

BAP (Germany - 80's style pop rock...thinkKenny Loggins - Danger Zone)
MC Solaar (France - amazing underground French rap but is known throughout France)
Rammstein (Germany - Rock/electronic, though I assume everyone knows who this is)
Wisin y Yandel (Puerto Rico - Caribbean hip hop/R&B)
Tito el Bambino (Puerto Rico - Caribbean hip hop/R&B)
and a host of other Spanish/Latin groups

Some others are:
Los Van Van (Caribbean/Latin Jazz)
Tito Puente (Latin Jazz)
Amy Winehouse (England - sometimes has really good jazz songs)
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Every country aside from the one I'm in counts as foreign to me. Hahaha.

I'll have to look into some of the ones I've never heard of, like a couple that Sharpie listed.

One "quality" about bands that I like is when not many people know of them. Er. When they're not worldwide popular. Yeah, I know, it sounds pretty stupid. But to give you an example, I guess would be.. Something like Stam1na. Sure, they're known through Finland, but that might be about it.

I'm slow with specifications! =D
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Some might not like the genres on some of my list, so I will update it with genres according to group.
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I listen to a lot of foreign bands, but some I have been listening to a lot lately are:
Vennaskond from Estonia
Gatibu and Kortatu from the Basque Country (Spain/France)
Garotos Podres, Ira! and Ratos do Porao from Brazil
Crash from South Korea
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