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12.14.11 Any Recommendations To Broaden My Music

Bassists In Post-hardcore Underwhelm?

So I read a thread in a bass forum that post-hardcore bassists don't show creativity, technicality and talent. Do you agree? And can you give some post-hardcore recs that have notable bass guitar parts?
1a lot like birds
conversation piece

Both THINK DIRTY OUT LOUD and Sesame Street is No Place for Me's bass
parts amaze me.
2dance gavin dance
downtown battle mountain

Lemon Meringue Tie it is
3at the drive-in
relationship of command

And who said you need to be flashy to be astonishing.
Who can't notice One Armed Scissor?
4la dispute
Somewhere at the Bottom of the River...

It's so odd how low frequencies stand out in the whole album.
The rhythm section is above par I should say.
5amia venera landscape
the long procession

The whole album may sound too crowded sometimes, but, just listen to
Glances (Part II).
Fake History (Re-Release)

This one doesn't disappoint, especially Lemon Party.
7closure in moscow
First Temple

Just, A night at the spleen.
8enter shikari
take to the skies

Sorry, you're not a winner *clap, clap, clap*. When techno fits well with a
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