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What music do you listen to?

NjaARdNjaARd Member Posts: 27

Just wondering...  Personally I listen to metal

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  • NjaARdNjaARd Member Posts: 27

    Bump

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    I my own religion.. xD

  • DraenorDraenor Member UncommonPosts: 7,918

    If it's not written by Maynard, it's crap.

    Your argument is like a two legged dog with an eating disorder...weak and unbalanced.

  • GodliestGodliest Member Posts: 3,486

    Rock, Grunge, Trash, Metal and whatever Judas Priest, Kiss and David Bowie qualify as.

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  • NjaARdNjaARd Member Posts: 27
    Originally posted by Godliest


    Rock, Grunge, Trash, Metal and whatever Judas Priest, Kiss and David Bowie qualify as.

    I agree.. but it's mostly metal for me, but I listen to everything from blues to black metal

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  • hellowerhellower Member Posts: 17

    i think you forgot the R&B? anyways..

    METAL

  • NjaARdNjaARd Member Posts: 27
    Originally posted by hellower


    i think you forgot the R&B? anyways..



    Sorry..

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  • IsUberLeetIsUberLeet Member Posts: 104

    Mainly some classic rock: Hendrix, Beatles, Zeppilin, and Springsteen to mention some of my favorites I also like metal although screamo doesn't appeal to me much.

  • SheistaSheista Member UncommonPosts: 1,203

    Those are some pretty generic genres.  There are a lot more categories that music can fall into.  I like rock, but I absolutely hate that MTV crap - Nickelback, Fall Out Boy, Panic at the Disco, and crap like that.

    So I'll just list a top 5, ignoring genre.

    1. Muse

    2. Modest Mouse

    3. Tool

    4. Radiohead

    5. Queens of the Stone Age

     

    My top 3 switch positions with eachother a lot depending on what I'm in the mood for.  And outside of those bands, I like quite a few.  I even like some country music, but it doesn't fall into my favorites category.

     

  • KhuzarrzKhuzarrz Member Posts: 578

     

    Originally posted by NjaARd

    Originally posted by Godliest


    Rock, Grunge, Trash, Metal and whatever Judas Priest, Kiss and David Bowie qualify as.

    I agree.. but it's mostly metal for me, but I listen to everything from blues to black metal

     

    That's not actually that big a stretch...

     

    EDIT: Don't know why I forgot to post my opinion lol... Try again...

    I put my vote in for Jazz, as I'm putting a bet in that noone else/very few others would, because most people tend to 'like' jazz, but not 'listen to' it. I put myself in both camps, as well as playing it. Which brings me to my real point on this. There aren't any genres I don't listen to, BUT that isn't to go with the copout a lot of the general public use 'Oh, I listen to anything.' I'm INCREDIBLY picky about my music. I find it hilarious when generic indie kids tell me they listen to everything, without adding the proviso 'that NME tells me to listen to.' I can always prove them wrong by throwing on some of the ole Gorgoroth, or some Avant Garde Jazz.

     

    My criteria for music that I will happily listen to, is exactly that: there has to be something good to listen to. Something that I can enjoy for the 500th time, as much as I enjoyed the first time (and there damn well better be something worth enjoying the first time, or else I'm gonna snap the CD). I find that with jazz recordings, even as a drummer (and drumming has come on A LOT since the 1940 recordings I enjoy) I can still listen for the 500th time and be just as in awe at the rhythmic complexities, and improvised melody as I was the first time I tried to grasp what's going on in the song. I get the same from Dragonforce though as I do from Miles Davis (maybe less so ;) ), or even from solo acoustic stuff, like David Meade, or more contemporarily acceptable, Secondhand Serenade. Music needs to have a depth that can take all of my attention, but it also should fit seemlessly in the background if I don't want to pay attention to it.

     

    I will have to say though, I HATE indie. With a f*cking passion. The least deep, imaginative music in the entire world, with the least talent involved in playing it. However, I did say above that there's no genre that I outright say 'no' to. There are a couple of indie bands that I do enjoy - namely, Scouting for Girls and Oasis. I mean, I hate Oasis for what they did to music, but come on. Wonderwall is fucking addictive.

  • cydonpraxcydonprax Member Posts: 29

    i mostly just listen to metal.

  • Rikimaru_XRikimaru_X Member UncommonPosts: 11,718

    Where is the R&B? I voted Hip Hop, because there is no R&B.

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  • HousamHousam Member Posts: 1,460

    death and power metal

  • ArndurArndur Member Posts: 2,202

    Christan and classic rock

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  • IlliusIllius Member UncommonPosts: 4,142

    For myself, it tends to be a mix of metal, rock and even some classical stuff.  Majority of the stuff I listen to isn't all that main stream.  You won't hear it on your broadcast radio stations in your city.

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  • GoSonicsGoSonics Member Posts: 167

    Alt/Indie rock mostly for me. Though I listen to other genres as well.

  • MunkiMunki Member CommonPosts: 2,128

    lol, let me consult the playlist...

    This week Im seeing some ska, little punk. Definatly some Funk this weekend and a little Alanis!

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  • NjaARdNjaARd Member Posts: 27
    Originally posted by Khuzarrz


     
    Originally posted by NjaARd

    Originally posted by Godliest


    Rock, Grunge, Trash, Metal and whatever Judas Priest, Kiss and David Bowie qualify as.

    I agree.. but it's mostly metal for me, but I listen to everything from blues to black metal

     

    That's not actually that big a stretch...

     

    EDIT: Don't know why I forgot to post my opinion lol... Try again...

    I put my vote in for Jazz, as I'm putting a bet in that noone else/very few others would, because most people tend to 'like' jazz, but not 'listen to' it. I put myself in both camps, as well as playing it. Which brings me to my real point on this. There aren't any genres I don't listen to, BUT that isn't to go with the copout a lot of the general public use 'Oh, I listen to anything.' I'm INCREDIBLY picky about my music. I find it hilarious when generic indie kids tell me they listen to everything, without adding the proviso 'that NME tells me to listen to.' I can always prove them wrong by throwing on some of the ole Gorgoroth, or some Avant Garde Jazz.

     

    My criteria for music that I will happily listen to, is exactly that: there has to be something good to listen to. Something that I can enjoy for the 500th time, as much as I enjoyed the first time (and there damn well better be something worth enjoying the first time, or else I'm gonna snap the CD). I find that with jazz recordings, even as a drummer (and drumming has come on A LOT since the 1940 recordings I enjoy) I can still listen for the 500th time and be just as in awe at the rhythmic complexities, and improvised melody as I was the first time I tried to grasp what's going on in the song. I get the same from Dragonforce though as I do from Miles Davis (maybe less so ;) ), or even from solo acoustic stuff, like David Meade, or more contemporarily acceptable, Secondhand Serenade. Music needs to have a depth that can take all of my attention, but it also should fit seemlessly in the background if I don't want to pay attention to it.

     

    I will have to say though, I HATE indie. With a f*cking passion. The least deep, imaginative music in the entire world, with the least talent involved in playing it. However, I did say above that there's no genre that I outright say 'no' to. There are a couple of indie bands that I do enjoy - namely, Scouting for Girls and Oasis. I mean, I hate Oasis for what they did to music, but come on. Wonderwall is fucking addictive.

    We feel the same way then.. I only listen to music that I like listening to, and I almost never like any songs outside of those genres though..

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  • RajaiRajai Member UncommonPosts: 328

    I listen to everything but Jazz, I can't stand most country but there are a few songs I really like

    I'm most into 80's metal

    Slayer Megadeth some Metallica

    all glam rock i love glam rock

    some hard shit like lamb of god and Daath cannibal corpse shit like that

    sometimes im in the mood for other stuff like sevendust

    and chevelle

    my favorite is Dave Mustaine and Megadeth <3



    Edit: I have tremendous respect for any artist who can sing and play guitar at the same time and i almost refuse to listen to bands who don't play their own musical instruments or make their shit on a computer

    I'll listen to techno but I prefer not to... it's early and i can't type

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  • AkaJetsonAkaJetson Member Posts: 1,167

    Most types of rock and a bit of techno...

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  • DailyBuzzDailyBuzz Member Posts: 2,306

     

    Originally posted by Rajai



    Edit: I have tremendous respect for any artist who can sing and play guitar at the same time and i almost refuse to listen to bands who don't play their own musical instruments or make their shit on a computer

    I'll listen to techno but I prefer not to... it's early and i can't type

    This probably isn't your style, but you will certainly appreciate the talent.

     

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    Regarding the poll: 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8. I never really cared for rap/hip-hop or pop music. I mostly listen to older stuff from the 60s - 90s and metal, but I have all genres to fit any mood (except cappin fools or whatever pop music's message is).

  • JackcoltJackcolt Member UncommonPosts: 2,170

    Anything that has some great guitar playing, but mostly metal

     

    Heavy Metal, Speed Metal, Power Metal, Black Metal, Progressive Metal and melodic black metal.

    Rock, especially progressive rock

    Blues, Blues Rock

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  • CleffyIICleffyII Member, Newbie CommonPosts: 3,440

    Originally posted by Draenor


    If it's not written by Maynard, it's crap.
    Is this gonna apply to wine labels as well?

    I like Trance Music.  Its easier to work to.

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  • modjoe86modjoe86 Member UncommonPosts: 4,083

    Originally posted by CleffyII


     
    Originally posted by Draenor


    If it's not written by Maynard, it's crap.
    Is this gonna apply to wine labels as well?

     

    I like Trance Music.  Its easier to work to.

    If it's not Caduceus it's crap.

     

  • RajaiRajai Member UncommonPosts: 328
    Originally posted by DailyBuzz


     
    Originally posted by Rajai



    Edit: I have tremendous respect for any artist who can sing and play guitar at the same time and i almost refuse to listen to bands who don't play their own musical instruments or make their shit on a computer

    I'll listen to techno but I prefer not to... it's early and i can't type

    This probably isn't your style, but you will certainly appreciate the talent.

     

    www.youtube.com/watch

    Regarding the poll: 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8. I never really cared for rap/hip-hop or pop music. I mostly listen to older stuff from the 60s - 90s and metal, but I have all genres to fit any mood (except cappin fools or whatever pop music's message is).

    I don't really have much of a style but I did enjoy that

    mostly I just listen to whatever I'm in the mood for

    I can honestly say that I don't like rap but there are a few artists I do like

    I don't care much for soft rock but some of my favorite artists play soft rock

    Guitar solos give me a rush

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