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Show us your musical taste versatility
Fri Aug 09, 2013 3:26 pm
  • People know me as a hip hop head... So I think it'd be cool to see what else other people listen to other than their home genre.

    Rock/Nu Metal/Metal/whatever else you wanna call it


    Probably my favorite band ever though



    Also like some Tool, and a few scattered rock songs here and there that I can't remember at this time.

    Songs I don't know what genre they fit in

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  • I listen to a lot of British-soul.
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  • I'm a total heavy metal classic rock music of the 70's and 80's type of guy.

    But when I want a change of pace, I blast some 80's and 90's gangster rap.
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  • I'm full on metal, well I was I guess. Any friend from highschool/college just calls me Maiden due to the 83, 85, 87 concert tee's that were in full effect every day back then. I'll listen to anything other than C/W these days such as......


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    I think Tori's first couple of records are freaking great




    and now that I am old, I have a real soft spot for all that music I hated in the 80's

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  • Everything but country twang, thug rap and speed/death metal.
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  • I listen to classical, swing, classic rock, rockabilly, country, alternative rock, metal, techno, 8-bit, hip hop, ragtime, and blues,
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Re: Show us your musical taste versatility
Sat Aug 10, 2013 10:12 am
  • I enjoy just about any music that is done well.

    Mostly though, I listen to R&B and Salsa.
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Re: Show us your musical taste versatility
Sat Aug 10, 2013 12:45 pm

  • Anything Mike Patton does here are some examples of all ends of the spectrum

    nice pop


    odd and funky


    METAL


    Opera


    Italian music?


    Clapton covers


    and Chili Peppers....he has Keidis moves down :D

    And some badass scat
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Re: Show us your musical taste versatility
Sun Aug 11, 2013 12:07 am
  • -When I was in hig school I nicknamed my friends basement The Hollow.

    -Patton is the man, Tomahawk is my favorite thing he's done musically. That or The Dillinger Escape Plan...that's a tough one.

    I listen to pretty much everything, this is what I'm big on for the summer.





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  • I mainly listen to hiphop and rnb but I'm fans of Buble and Josh Groban.
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  • As a vocalist, I tend to get into any music that has great singing in it. My main genre is classic rock/metal, but as soon as any talking or incoherent screaming happens, it's over. So, all rap and hip hop, death metal, or whatever you call that screaming stuff is out.

    Don't like twang country but some of the newer stuff without any steel guitar in it is tolerable. I guess you could say it's got to have good vocals you can understand, no instruments that hit the wrong nerve, and a feel of artistry that follows more accepted lines is okay for me. As a change of pace, I'll occasionally crack open some Eastern-block stuff like Rammstein.

    Some techno and instrumental stuff, spanish/classical accoustic guitar stuff, and anything with Chris Cornell in it is always good too.
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  • Country is the only thing you will not find at least 50 songs of on my Ipod. I have gotten comments from dozens of people on some of the changes from one song to the next including from The Black Dahlia Murder to Bing Crosby; Boogie Down Productions to Cab Calloway, Charlie Daniels to Big Bad Voodoo Daddy; Johann Sebastian Bach to Stray Cats.
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Re: Show us your musical taste versatility
Sun Aug 11, 2013 10:00 am
  • I love all music, some genres more than others. Random shuffle MP3s in the car drive the wife and kids mad. To go from the Temptations to Duran Duran to Nick Drake to Charles Mingus to Dangerous Toys to Bobby Bare to Desmond Dekker to Jandek... it makes for some long road trips for the family!
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Re: Show us your musical taste versatility
Sun Aug 11, 2013 10:09 am
  • Trenchbroom wrote: to Jandek... it makes for some long road trips for the family!


    now there is an interesting cat :D
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  • Short list of artists with the most songs in my collection:

    Meat Loaf, AC/DC, Bon Jovi, Green Day, Jimi Hendrix, Live, Marilyn Manson, Queen, The Scorpions, and Tom Petty.
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  • I have a very narrow taste in music, Rock, classic - today.... Usually listen to KISW for music when in the car or at work.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:Short list of artists with the most songs in my collection:

    Meat Loaf, AC/DC, Bon Jovi, Green Day, Jimi Hendrix, Live, Marilyn Manson, Queen, The Scorpions, and Tom Petty.


    Explains a lot.
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  • HawksFTW wrote:
    RolandDeschain wrote:Short list of artists with the most songs in my collection:

    Meat Loaf, AC/DC, Bon Jovi, Green Day, Jimi Hendrix, Live, Marilyn Manson, Queen, The Scorpions, and Tom Petty.


    Explains a lot.


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Re: Show us your musical taste versatility
Fri Aug 16, 2013 12:05 pm
  • I listen to about everything. I am VERY picky about country though. I have some stuff but it's more bluesy than twangy. Name an artist, and I probably have them on my ipod.
    The other day when I was watching training camp practice, I thought to myself, "Hey, they stole my ipod for their music" lol.
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  • Lisa Hannigan, Emiliana Torini, Norah Jones, The XX, Frank Ocean, Portishead, Radiohead, Metric, Nikki & The Dove, Broken Bells, Chicago, Sade, Split Lip Rayfield, Chuck Mangione, Bill Chase, Chick Corea, Bob James, Maynard Ferguson, Buddy Rich, Harry Connick Jr, Mazzy Star....

    Only rap I really like is Aesop Rock, Pharoahe Monch, Andre 3000 (and all Outkast), Eminem, Oldominion & lots of things that were put out between 1988 and 1997. Oh and Wyclef's The Carnival.
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  • I am just going to play my itunes music library on shuffle for 10 songs. Here is what I got.
    Tupac, Led Zeppelin, Nas, Steely Dan, ELO, Andrew Gold, Queen, Sniff 'n' The Tears, Whodini, The Tubes. Pretty much sums it up. It could be totally different another time. I have over 5,000 songs.
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  • Zeb, love the XX.

    I was big into the local scene in 2000-2005. Had a few friends in bands (Gatsby's American Dream/Time To Fly).

    I listen to various artists on a daily basis: Everclear, Every Time I Die, Botch, 2pac, Gang Starr, Mos Def, Earl Sweatshirt, Tyler the Creator, The Killers, Muse, Thrice, Thursday, Usher, Wale, Kendrick Lamar, Lupe Fiasco, Pimp C, Rob Dougan, Nero, Bassnectar.

    Oh, and my favorite of all time is Jimi.
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  • SonicHawk wrote:Earl Sweatshirt


    Heard a few tracks off "Doris" yesterday. The kid can rap.
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  • HawksFTW wrote:
    RolandDeschain wrote:Short list of artists with the most songs in my collection:

    Meat Loaf, AC/DC, Bon Jovi, Green Day, Jimi Hendrix, Live, Marilyn Manson, Queen, The Scorpions, and Tom Petty.


    Explains a lot.

    :lol:
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  • College Radio/Indy: Black Keys, Arctic Monkeys, Jack White/White Stripes, Arcade Fire, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Andrew Bird, Albert Hammond Jr, Beck, Radiohead, St. Vincent, Strokes, Santigold, Vampire Weekend, Mando Diao, Libertines, etc.

    Classics: Elvis, Johnny Cash, Robert Johnson, Son House, B.B. King, Rolling Stones, Ramones, Hendrix, Sinead, Morrissey, Lloyd Cole, Grant Lee Buffalo, Pixies, Chris Isaak, Zeppelin, Stooges/Iggy Pop, early U2, The Clash, Dean Martin, Blondie, The Platters, and basically everything classic Motown.

    Pretentious tunage: Puccini, Beethoven, Richard Wagner, Mozart, Debussy, Cole Porter, Gershwin

    Never could get into rap. To me rap is the musical equivalent of a Michael Bay movie...
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  • Ah yes, I forgot my favorite composers... Debussy, Gershwin, Holst (Planets) and Tchaikovsky (Four Seasons).
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