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  1. TonyDedrick's Avatar
    Pretty much everything to some degree. Right now, I really enjoy feel good, fun pop.
    03-16-2014 10:14 PM
  2. xandros9's Avatar
    Game, movie, anime soundtracks primarily. (Halo, Deus Ex, Attack on Titan, Trigun, Cowboy Bebop, Inception, Mass Effect, The Matrix... even some i never watched or played.)

    and a mix of others - some rock, a dash of kpop, a few pop, a lot of randomness.
    Last edited by xandros9; 03-16-2014 at 11:20 PM.
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    03-16-2014 10:16 PM
  3. jorgemariom's Avatar
    Salsa, after that a little of everything

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    03-16-2014 10:23 PM
  4. snowmutt's Avatar
    Eh.... If it ain't rock and roll, turn it off.

    Okay, I just like to type that. Actually, love some blues from time to time. But, mostly the hard rock-ish type stuff.

    Also- guilty pleasure: Hair bands from the 80's-90's. I grew up with it. Explains the slowly lowering IQ points.
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    03-16-2014 11:15 PM
  5. QwarkDreams's Avatar
    Mainly Rock/Metal (from Soft Rock and Ballads to Hard Rock, depends on the mood) but little bit from every genre (even Trance, some Jazz, the occasional classical music and 80s music) and I like weird genre-mixes (like Mariachi-Swing-Metal).
    Also I kinda avoid the charts simply because I dislike most current "stars", like Bieber, Gaga and all the Whatsernames.
    03-18-2014 08:30 AM
  6. willied's Avatar
    I was over generalizing the after 2000 thing. I listen to a lot of current music of certain genres. I use Pandora and other mixes to get the new stuff... I have some songs and artists I like. I lot of music now is so generic and artist are more front people for music industry and themselves are entertainers rather than musicians.
    I agree that music as a whole got worse in the 2000s, but I do have quite a bit of good music from this era (though you would never hear most of it on the radio).
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    03-18-2014 04:25 PM
  7. jaimeastin's Avatar
    I agree that music as a whole got worse in the 2000s, but I do have quite a bit of good music from this era (though you would never hear most of it on the radio).
    I agree there. Most of my music is not on the radio... The has the bubble gum pop, no matter the genre, mainstream formula based generic music.
    03-20-2014 07:06 AM
  8. Ryujingt3's Avatar
    I listen to most genres. From electronic to rock, rap and pop. I keep my own music collection because streaming services can't match it (e.g. no Peter Gabriel for a start). I'm quite happy listening to the likes of The Prodigy, Eminem, The Chemical Brothers and Placebo (to name just a few) alongside Genesis (my favourite band), Michael Jackson, Meatloaf, Led Zepellin, Marillion and much more.
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    04-21-2018 10:19 AM
  9. raycpl's Avatar
    I listen to most genres. From electronic to rock, rap and pop. I keep my own music collection because streaming services can't match it (e.g. no Peter Gabriel for a start). I'm quite happy listening to the likes of The Prodigy, Eminem, The Chemical Brothers and Placebo (to name just a few) alongside Genesis (my favourite band), Michael Jackson, Meatloaf, Led Zepellin, Marillion and much more.
    LOL thanks for bumping a old thread!!

    I listen to anything except the obviously commercial stuff. Other than that anything goes. Some of my faves :

    New Order, Joy Division
    Muddy Waters, JL Hooker, Neil Young ..
    Kate Bush, Laurie Anderson
    Talking Heads, The Cure, The Clash, The Sound
    Peter Gabriel, Brian Eno, D.Bowie
    Martha & The Muffins, Philip Glass,
    Lotsa old blues and Jazz, classical symphonies, cello & Violin concertos





    ... !
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    04-21-2018 11:13 AM
  10. Scienceguy Labs's Avatar
    I'm stuck in the 90s...Smashing Pumpkins, Swervedriver, My Bloody Valentine, Ride, Nirvana, Foo, etc, etc
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    04-21-2018 03:30 PM
  11. raycpl's Avatar
    I'm stuck in the 90s...Smashing Pumpkins, Swervedriver, My Bloody Valentine, Ride, Nirvana, Foo, etc, etc
    Ride... Their first album Nowhere was awesome!! Now digging the Weather Diaries

    ... !
    04-22-2018 01:05 AM
  12. justjun555's Avatar
    dance electronic, pop , R&B soul,romantic jazz.
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    04-22-2018 01:25 AM
  13. Ryujingt3's Avatar
    LOL thanks for bumping a old thread!!

    I listen to anything except the obviously commercial stuff. Other than that anything goes. Some of my faves :

    New Order, Joy Division
    Muddy Waters, JL Hooker, Neil Young ..
    Kate Bush, Laurie Anderson
    Talking Heads, The Cure, The Clash, The Sound
    Peter Gabriel, Brian Eno, D.Bowie
    Martha & The Muffins, Philip Glass,
    Lotsa old blues and Jazz, classical symphonies, cello & Violin concertos

    ... !
    Lots of good bands there. I also like The Clash and Brian Eno. How about Genesis, are you a fan (not many people are, sadly), even though Peter Gabriel (arguably) wouldn't have had the solo success he had without being the frontman of Genesis first.

    I'm stuck in the 90s...Smashing Pumpkins, Swervedriver, My Bloody Valentine, Ride, Nirvana, Foo, etc, etc
    Those are all good bands. Sadly though the Foo Fighters are a mere shadow of what they used to be. The Colour And The Shape is still their best work. You might like Finch or Funeral for A Friend (as well as Biffy Clyro). Very similar bands.
    04-22-2018 07:56 AM
  14. Scienceguy Labs's Avatar
    Those are all good bands. Sadly though the Foo Fighters are a mere shadow of what they used to be. The Colour And The Shape is still their best work. You might like Finch or Funeral for A Friend (as well as Biffy Clyro). Very similar bands.
    Yeah, I agree. I'd still like to see them live again. They seem to still have a pretty lively show. I like Finch and I've heard of Funeral for a Friend, but I can't name any of their songs. I'll give them a listen. Thanks.
    90s alternative music was just so awesome because there were tons of different styles of music that were all just so freaking good. On any given radio station during that time, you could hear Nine Inch Nails, followed by Sarah McLachlan, Toadies, the Pumpkins, Tool, and Counting Crows. All good alternative bands with totally different sounds. It was a musically rich time.
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    04-22-2018 08:07 AM
  15. Scienceguy Labs's Avatar
    Ride... Their first album Nowhere was awesome!! Now digging the Weather Diaries

    ... !
    Agreed. Very cool album. Their greatest hits album, OX4, is a masterpiece.
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    04-22-2018 08:08 AM
  16. Ryujingt3's Avatar
    Yeah, I agree. I'd still like to see them live again. They seem to still have a pretty lively show. I like Finch and I've heard of Funeral for a Friend, but I can't name any of their songs. I'll give them a listen. Thanks.
    90s alternative music was just so awesome because there were tons of different styles of music that were all just so freaking good. On any given radio station during that time, you could hear Nine Inch Nails, followed by Sarah McLachlan, Toadies, the Pumpkins, Tool, and Counting Crows. All good alternative bands with totally different sounds. It was a musically rich time.
    You are very lucky. Foo Fighters are meant to be awesome playing live. I always wanted to see them live but never got a chance. I agree that the 90s was great for alternative music. Right now I listen to trance and drum and bass for when I run long distances, with songs such as this:

    04-22-2018 08:22 AM
  17. Scienceguy Labs's Avatar
    You are very lucky. Foo Fighters are meant to be awesome playing live. I always wanted to see them live but never got a chance. I agree that the 90s was great for alternative music. Right now I listen to trance and drum and bass for when I run long distances, with songs such as this:

    I listen to trance as well when I ride my bike or run, or just want to chill out. I prefer female vocals over male vocals though in trance music though.

    That song you linked to is badass. Thanks.
    Last edited by Scienceguy Labs; 04-22-2018 at 08:52 AM.
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    04-22-2018 08:26 AM
  18. Scienceguy Labs's Avatar
    Since we're sharing, here are a couple of my favs.


    and

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    04-22-2018 08:29 AM
  19. raycpl's Avatar
    Lots of good bands there. I also like The Clash and Brian Eno. How about Genesis, are you a fan (not many people are, sadly), even though Peter Gabriel (arguably) wouldn't have had the solo success he had without being the frontman of Genesis first.



    Those are all good bands. Sadly though the Foo Fighters are a mere shadow of what they used to be. The Colour And The Shape is still their best work. You might like Finch or Funeral for A Friend (as well as Biffy Clyro). Very similar bands.
    I'm not a Genesis fan, nor prog rock per se. I have tracks of Lamb Lies Down On Broadway somewhere. Perhaps I'll go back and give it a listen..

    Didnt really get into Foo Fighter nor Nirvana. I listen to In Utero and heard a lot of Gang Of Four on it...

    Meanwhile, I'm chilling out Kraftwerk Autobahn...

    ... !
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    04-22-2018 12:03 PM
  20. nadia sudek nemesis's Avatar
    one of my favs hope you like it
    04-22-2018 12:45 PM
  21. Scienceguy Labs's Avatar
    I like a few Genesis songs, but don't know enough to give them the credit they are probably due. I really dig Brian Eno though.
    I'll have to check out Gang of Four. The Foo/Nirvana/Alt Rock/Grunge movement happened right about the time I turned 16. I kind of came of age right along with that music. Good timing I guess.
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    04-22-2018 05:00 PM
  22. TgeekB's Avatar
    Lots of good bands there. I also like The Clash and Brian Eno. How about Genesis, are you a fan (not many people are, sadly), even though Peter Gabriel (arguably) wouldn't have had the solo success he had without being the frontman of Genesis first.
    Genesis (my favorite band) gave Gabriel the stage he needed to bring theatrics to rock music. I still love to watch old live videos on YouTube when they were performing in the early 70’s. Classic. Their music, much based on poetry and even mythology, still hasn’t been matched.
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    04-22-2018 05:51 PM
  23. fatclue_98's Avatar
    Except for gangsta rap and acid rock, I dig it all. Today was Peter Frampton’s birthday so I was burning up Frampton Comes Alive.
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    04-22-2018 09:29 PM
  24. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    Except for gangsta rap and acid rock, I dig it all. Today was Peter Frampton’s birthday so I was burning up Frampton Comes Alive.
    I'm shocked you're not down with that "trap music". Shocked, I tell you.
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    04-22-2018 09:40 PM
  25. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    Um, I listen to anything but contemporary gospel and contemporary country music. These days, it's more social commentary based, inspirational stuff (old school reggae, old school soul), smooth jazz, 90s house music are in the current heavy rotation.
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    04-22-2018 09:42 PM
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