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Friday, April 27, 2007

A Wish For Marilynne

Hometown: Ocala, FL
Genre: Post Hardcore, Emo
Sounds like: Taking Back Sunday, Brand New
Current Album: Poetic Chaos
Official Site:

A Wish For Marilynne has been a silent band for some time now. I’ve been listening to their album Poetic Chaos for a couple years now and I haven’t heard anything about them, then again I guess since they split back in later 2005, that would be the reason. Still, it amazes me that everytime I play their album to hear 1 song, I’ve just listened to the whole thing. These guys deserve the spotlight today, and I can promise you, you won’t be sorry to listened. And if you pick up their album, check out their Oasis cover song, Wonderwall. Some of my favorite tracks include Killed By Time, Tale Of A Kindred Spirit, and Bitter Realizations.

by: Vanna

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY: The Used The Bird And The Worm

In 1999 it is announced that Lollapalooza, the popular festival concert from years past has had the plug pulled for the second consecutive year. Organizers cite lack of a strong enough lineup, and not wanting to taint the festival’s name with a substandard bill as reasons for the cancellation.

You’ll shut me up and bleed me dry. Cheap champagne and a disappearing lifeline.

lyrics from Chop Chop by The Academy Is…
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Wednesday, April 4, 2007

The Exies

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
Genre: Alternative, Rock
Sounds like: Chevelle, Theory Of A Deadman, Breaking Benjamin
Current Album: Head for the Door
Official Site:

The internet is a beautiful thing, and if it weren’t for the internet I would have never discovered this band. The Exies have a strong foundation in every song. They write songs that are powerful and some leave you feeling like you were left on a cloud. At the same time other songs bring you right back to earth. They have three album releases with a fourth coming next month. Some of my favorite songs include Inertia, Hey You, and Kickout.

by: A Wish For Marilynne

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY: Adair Diamond Ring

Colin Blunstone and Rod Argent, the original lead vocalist and keyboard player of increasingly influential ’60s British band the Zombies, thrill a London audience with a two-part show at the Jazz Cafe. The show is the first undertaken by the duo in more than 30 years, and marks the recent U.K. release of “Out Of The Shadows,” their new collaborative album.

It’s my birthday!

If your stomach feels weak then my work here is done

lyrics from The Words “Best Friend” Becomes Refined by Chiodos
Today’s Daily Dose was created by: Anthony Montalbano 2007

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