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  • NetzokoNetzoko Member Posts: 1,271

    Originally posted by Rikimaru_X


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

    Is there really a huge difference?

     

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  • Rikimaru_XRikimaru_X Member UncommonPosts: 11,718

    Originally posted by Netzoko


     
    Originally posted by Rikimaru_X


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

     

    Is there really a huge difference?

    ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!

    -In memory of Laura "Taera" Genender. Passed away on Aug/13/08-
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  • LOLCatLOLCat Member Posts: 41

    Yep. You forgot "all of the above".

    I love all types of music. Although, not all music.

    Some music really SUCKS... Like SouljaHo.

     

    Crank Dat.

  • modjoe86modjoe86 Member UncommonPosts: 4,083
    Originally posted by Rikimaru_X


     
    Originally posted by Netzoko


     
    Originally posted by Rikimaru_X


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

     

    Is there really a huge difference?

     

    ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!

    They both involve computerized beats at a predictable time signature.

  • Rikimaru_XRikimaru_X Member UncommonPosts: 11,718

     

    Originally posted by modjoe86

    Originally posted by Rikimaru_X


     
    Originally posted by Netzoko


     
    Originally posted by Rikimaru_X


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

     

    Is there really a huge difference?

     

    ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!

    They both involve computerized beats at a predictable time signature.

     

    Wow man that's straight up bull. I don't know what kind of hip-hip or R&B you know of, but they usually consist of real instruments which are edited in the studio that I would assume is recored and composed on the computer. If you want R&B, listen to Lucy Pearl - Dance Tonight. If you want some old school Hip-Hop listen to Arressted Development.

    -In memory of Laura "Taera" Genender. Passed away on Aug/13/08-
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  • LOLCatLOLCat Member Posts: 41

     

    Originally posted by Rikimaru_X


     
    Originally posted by modjoe86

    Originally posted by Rikimaru_X


     
    Originally posted by Netzoko


     
    Originally posted by Rikimaru_X


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

     

    Is there really a huge difference?

     

    ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!

    They both involve computerized beats at a predictable time signature.

     

    Wow man that's straight up bull. I don't know what kind of hip-hip or R&B you know of, but they usually consist of real instruments which are edited in the studio that I would assume is recored and composed on the computer. If you want R&B, listen to Lucy Pearl - Dance Tonight. If you want some old school Hip-Hop listen to Arressted Development.

    No, no, no. If he wants to listen to old school hip-hop, listen to the Sugar Hill Gang!

     

    www.youtube.com/watch

     

  • LOLCatLOLCat Member Posts: 41

    Here's another good jam you might enjoy...

     

  • BigdavoBigdavo Member UncommonPosts: 1,863

    I like Metal, Rock and Drum n Bass. Does anyone else here even listen to drum n bass? It's not even listed.

    O_o o_O

  • KhuzarrzKhuzarrz Member Posts: 578

    Originally posted by Rikimaru_X


     
    Originally posted by modjoe86

    Originally posted by Rikimaru_X


     
    Originally posted by Netzoko


     
    Originally posted by Rikimaru_X


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

     

    Is there really a huge difference?

     

    ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!

    They both involve computerized beats at a predictable time signature.

     

    Wow man that's straight up bull. I don't know what kind of hip-hip or R&B you know of, but they usually consist of real instruments which are edited in the studio that I would assume is recored and composed on the computer. If you want R&B, listen to Lucy Pearl - Dance Tonight. If you want some old school Hip-Hop listen to Arressted Development.

    You just proved both of his points with the Lucy Pearl track. It's a computerised beat, and it's in straight 4/4.

    The same goes for all of Arressted Development I'm pretty sure.

  • modjoe86modjoe86 Member UncommonPosts: 4,083
    Originally posted by Bigdavo


    I like Metal, Rock and Drum n Bass. Does anyone else here even listen to drum n bass? It's not even listed.

    Pendulum's 2005 release was enjoyable. I never got too deep in the genre, the bpm scare me sometimes.

  • Rikimaru_XRikimaru_X Member UncommonPosts: 11,718

    Originally posted by Khuzarrz


     
    Originally posted by Rikimaru_X


     
    Originally posted by modjoe86

    Originally posted by Rikimaru_X


     
    Originally posted by Netzoko


     
    Originally posted by Rikimaru_X


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

     

    Is there really a huge difference?

     

    ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!

    They both involve computerized beats at a predictable time signature.

     

    Wow man that's straight up bull. I don't know what kind of hip-hip or R&B you know of, but they usually consist of real instruments which are edited in the studio that I would assume is recored and composed on the computer. If you want R&B, listen to Lucy Pearl - Dance Tonight. If you want some old school Hip-Hop listen to Arressted Development.

     

    You just proved both of his points with the Lucy Pearl track. It's a computerised beat, and it's in straight 4/4.

    The same goes for all of Arressted Development I'm pretty sure.

    I didn't prove his point. If I did just by 2 examples I might as well hate every Artist, Band, and Genre yall put up throughout this entire topic. Lucy Pearl music has real instruments. I really wouldn't know if it was recored and mixed though....well for Dance Tonight. There isn't nothing wrong with that but it's just some of their tracks. I think Dance Tonight might have been a real band behind it. It's pretty damn smooth. If you can locate this compurtized beat I it would be great though.

    R&B is like the blues, you can't just walk up to a computer and press buttons to make beats. It's played and recored and then maybe mixed or looped. I can make some rock n roll the same way. Done it in the studio before by recording it from some instruments then adding it together. Like playing a band in a studio. Their music will be recorded then edited. Arrested Development is Hip Hop that started in the early 90's that had real instruments but also had compurerized beats.

     

     

    A lot of hip hip back in the day had it, but the lyrics is what makes the hi

     

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  • paulscottpaulscott Member Posts: 5,613

    thank good it's april fools day.  Thus giving an excuse for all the rock votes :P

    :dons flame suit:

    :runs, working up a sweat so bad he's unapproachable:

    (anti-flame suits are kinda heavy even for spring when there's still a bit of snow on the ground)

    I find it amazing that by 2020 first world countries will be competing to get immigrants.

  • PelagatoPelagato Member UncommonPosts: 671

    <----  hear no music at all

  • TealaTeala Member RarePosts: 7,627

    I like lots of different music, like rock, trance/dance/club, country, all kinds...as for rock...anything and everything - from POD to Dream Theater to 38 Special to AC/DC to Iron Maiden.  Why limit yourself to one form of music when there are so many types that are really good.

  • NoUrbanLightNoUrbanLight Member Posts: 70

    Originally posted by Sheista ...

    1. Muse
    2. Modest Mouse
    3. Tool
    4. Radiohead
    5. Queens of the Stone Age ...
    Just want to say I never would have even heard of Tool if I hadn't seen the charity concert for RAINN he sang a duet at. My inner fan girl squealed when Tori Amos made him blush.

    In terms of genre's though, I have a bit of a mash of everything. There was a time when I thought I hated rap, or hated jazz, or similar such thoughts, till I finally realized I justed hated certain artists whom gave the genre a bad name to me.

    Everything gets a chance. Anything thoughtful goes on the iPod. Whatever is made by an artist I respect gets a legit hard copy on the book shelf.

    ~~~~~
    "Big surprise... there was no protection by this urban light..."

  • tucker87tucker87 Member Posts: 34

    SICK PUPPIES

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