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Old 05-05-2008, 03:01 PM
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Default Oceansize?

Oceansize - Really great band, but they don't seem to be that big... Am i wrong? Who's heard of the band and what do you think of them?

Just played drums along to 'No Tomorrow' from the 'Everyone Into Position' album. All the drumming on this album is really great too, but i know next to nothing about the drummer either...

any comments appreciated.
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Old 08-23-2008, 08:37 AM
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Default Re: Oceansize?

Just lookin through some older threads and found this. I LOVE this band. The album Efflorence is definitely in my top 10. Very progressive: trippy, dynamic, loads of effects, and great drumming. Catylyst, Massive Bereavement, Sat. Morning Breakfast Show...brilliance. They ve been mentioned in the credits on a Porcupine Tree cd liner. I heard them on 89.5 wsou, Seton Hall's Pirate Radio. and was hooked from then on. If you like the newer prog genre...gotta check em out. IMO, they are very under-rated. I looked for shows in my area but they dont tour that often. If you enjoy instrumental-based music with loooong songs consisting of time changes and different parts in the same song, do yourself a favor and try to locate this cd. Another under-rated but well dserving of attention, check out the band Seemless. Zepellin-esque, hard driving ROCK. You can thank us later : ). C'mon, just do it. Its all great drumming, really. I wouldnt lie to my fellow drummers.
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