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    BoXs is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    Try a early 90's Hong Kong (China) band called Beyond. They got nice lyrics, melody. They came around the time of Nirvana, I guess you can say they are the Hong Kong Nirvana, they kicked a lot of ass back then (they are not Grudge tho).

    The singer/guitarist/song writer tripped over a cable on stage and died around 1994 I believe. But his little brother continued the band with the remaining 3 ppl until recently they splited up.

    They were uber popular in Japan during early 90's too, actually, he died in Japan.
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    I like korean and chinese music as well as J-music. but I more addicted with Jmusic (Jpop and Jrock) , they have good music with extraordinary instruments and that make more refreshing sound ( what am I talking about ... I hope you understand what I mean).

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    Theres this one type of music Called Chalga, I forget where its from, probably somewhere like Bulgaria, but it's pretty cool.

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    Tui Hou -Jay Chou

    One of my favorite forgein songs at the moment. I also love the OP or EN of anime's like Naruto and Bleach

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    Red face I liek international music

    the groups i like mainly cme from german, norway, or japan...i mena i love american music...but their is something about that aspect of the way that music can come together in another language and still sound good....plus i like there beats....lol
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    how about estonian folk-metal then

    a sample:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LV1jZ...elated&search=

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital_Eon View Post
    Korean music sounds like 90s pop. Before you argue, why else would BoA and Hyolee, among others, be accused of copying Britney Spears music? =P
    Guess what? Whole bunch of asian countries rip off songs and musics from korea, including japan. DJ Ozma recently ripped off one of the korean song. Not to mention whole bunch of taiwanese songs that has been ripped off from korean. Korean rock bands rockz but they are highly underrated and not appreciated by the general public.

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    Japanese Bands: L'arc en ciel, UVERworld, m-flo(hip-hop), Yogurt-pooh(very good indierock band IMO), The Pillows, Last Alliance.

    Korean Bands: Vanilla Unity, Nell, Cherry Filter, Cloud Cuckoo Land, Sugar Donut.

    Italian Band: Grandi Animali Marini(lol, its the only Italian band i listen to, but they rock)

    Danish/Swedish Bands: Mew, Hey.

    Thai Band: Modern Dog

    Taiwanese/Chinese Bands: Mayday, S.H.E(Pop).

    Indonesian Band: Gigi

    Lately ive been listening to alot ogf Canadian Indie Rock, like Young Galaxy, Land of Talk, In-Flight safety, The New Pornographers, i swear, Canadians can make some great musac, alot better than the American Indie Rock thats been coming out....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeonMX View Post
    Guess what? Whole bunch of asian countries rip off songs and musics from korea, including japan. DJ Ozma recently ripped off one of the korean song. Not to mention whole bunch of taiwanese songs that has been ripped off from korean. Korean rock bands rockz but they are highly underrated and not appreciated by the general public.
    Dude... don't be so touchy. The Japanese rip THEMSELVES off, but it's a fact about Koreans copying music from Americans. DJ Ozma isn't exactly a famous chart-topping singer (unlike BoA or Hyolee).

    As for the Taiwanese.... yeah, well, they do rip people off. From what I hear, some of the most famous C-pop songs are covers or even rip-offs of Japanese ones.
    ~Digital_Eon~




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    Why don't we say everyone copies and rips off everyone. That way, we're all on the same boat!
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