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    MUSIC - Canuck tunes from up north

    Discuss some good Canadian music/artists (no, we don't need to add Celine Dion please)

    Sloan - Alternative rock band: (doesn't really get going till 2 mins haha)
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    The Tragically Hip - Probably the most popular rock band in Canada & not listened to much down here:
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    54-40: Some good stuff, been around a long time -
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    Awwww nobody likes the canadian bands??

    Ok how about some rush then?

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    Howza bout some Max Webster - always liked them.

    Oh yeah, and Killer Dwarfs - them too.

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    Yah, max webster aka Kim Mitchel, love his stuff! Lager and Ale!

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    Mr. Bachman is from Canadia no?

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    Neil Young will best anyone else mentioned in this thread.

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    From Jonquière, Quebec

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    Classic band from Toronto.

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    The metal heads here should check out Into Eternity.

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    Measha Brueggergosman!

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    Sam Roberts is catchy as well!

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    Really!? Not a single Propagandhi fan other than myself. Propagandhi the punk band, not "Propa-gandhi", the jerk off jihadi rapper.
    I recommend "Fedalla's Hearse" or "Rock for Sustainable Capitalism" if you prefer a more melodic hardcore type of sound; or something like "resisting tyrannical government" or "anti-manifesto" if you prefer a skate punk type of sound. It's all good, but explicit, blasphemous, and NOT for kids or the easily offended.

    For Psychobilly fans, The Gutter Demons are my preference from amongst the Canadian Psychobilly scene. They are fluent in English and French, utilizing both in their music. "Pauvre Martin" is my favorite French song and "Buried Alive" and "Dead Man Walking" are my favorite English songs.

    Sidesixtyseven is a really good Canadian punk band worth looking into; it's my preference to listen to hitting dirt jumps or screwing around on LEGAL nighttime urban rides or in skateparks when it is safe to utilize a bike with as long a wheelbase as a 5.5" travel full suspension Giant Trance 27.5 like I ride...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Subversive View Post
    Really!? Not a single Propagandhi fan other than myself. Propagandhi the punk band, not "Propa-gandhi", the jerk off jihadi rapper.
    I recommend "Fedalla's Hearse" or "Rock for Sustainable Capitalism" if you prefer a more melodic hardcore type of sound; or something like "resisting tyrannical government" or "anti-manifesto" if you prefer a skate punk type of sound. It's all good, but explicit, blasphemous, and NOT for kids or the easily offended.

    For Psychobilly fans, The Gutter Demons are my preference from amongst the Canadian Psychobilly scene. They are fluent in English and French, utilizing both in their music. "Pauvre Martin" is my favorite French song and "Buried Alive" and "Dead Man Walking" are my favorite English songs.

    Sidesixtyseven is a really good Canadian punk band worth looking into; it's my preference to listen to hitting dirt jumps or screwing around on LEGAL nighttime urban rides or in skateparks when it is safe to utilize a bike with as long a wheelbase as a 5.5" travel full suspension Giant Trance 27.5 like I ride...
    To prove this isn't spam, let's see a photo of your bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt farmer View Post
    To prove this isn't spam, let's see a photo of your bike.
    Way to be a dick...MUSIC - Canuck tunes from up north-img_20161027_125813.jpgMUSIC - Canuck tunes from up north-img_20160728_221411.jpg

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