What music do you listen to?

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  1. OhWhy265

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    My personal favorites:

    Dave Matthews Band, Pink Floyd, Miles Davis, Bob Marley & The Wailers, and Roger Waters' solo stuff.
     
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    Keane, OK Go, Dave Matthews Band, Muse, Franz Ferdinand, Hello Goodbye, Nelly Furtado, Rock Kills Kid, Green Day

    Ok, so since I'm gay here are the obligatory favorites from that side: Christina Aguilera, Madonna
     
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    I am so tragic in my musical tastes that my husband tries to hide my CD's.

    I love 70's disco, early 80's, Prince, Rod Stewart, Robbie Williams, ACDC, ......I could go on but will spare you the cringe factor :)

    xx
    Honey
     
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    Every kind! I like classic country, classic rock, oldies, Motown, R&B, Hip-Hop, techno, dance music, reggaeton, cumbia, ranchera, mariachi, show tunes, and even some classical. I really do like it all!:biggrin:
     
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    Red hot chili peppers, Pearl Jam, the Doors, Lou Reed, The white stripes, Ben Harper.

    Really anything from Marilyn Manson to Andrea Bocelli
     
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    this question has always been kind of like the 'where ya from?' question- growing up military we moved every year or two- Im from everywhere- and the music I listen to is so broadly varied its almost tragic.
    I have downloads that I love by the fray, nickelback, and my new 'idol', Chris Daughtry.. and I have others I love as much by Josh Groban- Toby Keith- Shania Twain- The Temptations- Sonny and Cher- Keith Urban- Robbie Williams- Blue- Tim McGraw/Faith Hill- Kenny G- Ella Fitzgerald- Rob Thomas- and I havent touched the surface! The thing is about music for me, it really affects my mood. So it has great importance in my daily life. and I so treasure my music collection, it is the one thing that gets multiple frequent backups. NOT to be confused with multiple frequent orgasms, which however, may also be affected by the music :biggrin1:
     
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    I will make this easy on myself and just copy the list I have on my MySpace page.... These are my favorite bands:

    +44, Alice in Chains, Alison Moyet, And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead, Angels and Airwaves, Beck, Bjork, Blink 182, Brand New, Bright Eyes, Chris Isaak, Coldplay, Darude, Dashboard Confessionals, Dave Matthews Band, Dead or Alive, Dynamite Hack, Get Up Kids, Green Day, Harvey Danger, Head Automatica, Indigo Girls, Leo Kottke, Matisyahu, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Morningwood, Morrissey, My Chemical Romance, Panic! At the Disco, Pearl Jam, Placebo, Plain White Tees, Poe, REM, Secret Machines, She Wants Revenge, Smashing Pumpkins, Social Distortion, Soft Cell, Sonya Kitchell, Squirrel Nut Zippers, Taking Back Sunday, The Cure, The Dresden Dolls, The Futureheads, The Raconteurs, The Ramones, The Used, Tracy Bonham, Tracy Chapman, Violent Femmes, Yaz, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Yellow Card, Bush, Korn, Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails, Primus, Rage Against the Machine, Soundgarden, StainD, Static X, Stone Temple Pilots, Tool, The Beatles, Billie Holliday, Cream, Dusty Springfield, Frank Sinatra, George Thoroughgood, Glenn Miller, Janis Joplin, Led Zeppelin, Lynard Skynard, Pink Floyd, The Doors, The Eagles, Tom Petty, Bone Thugs N Harmony, Cypress Hill, Digital Underground, Kottonmouth Kings, Barry White, Dead Milkmen, Gnarls Barkley, Ween.....

    I think that pretty much covers it... if I come up with anything else, I'll add it.
     
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    Right now, Wolf Mother, Iced Earth , the new version of Black Betty ,
     
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    thats okay Meg- we wont read em all anyway !! :biggrin1: kidding hun, j/k :kiss:
     
  10. No_Strings

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    Anything and everything;

    Stevie Wonder, to Justin Timberlake, to Prodigy, to Arctic Monkeys, to Tiesto, to Foo Fighters... you get the point :tongue:

    My taste in music depends entirely upon my current mood.
     
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    There's more depth to sound effects records than some people realize.
     
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    I once had an LP of Halloween sound effects and songs. The last cut was supposed to be a throw-away of martians eating a spaceship, but it was entirely amazing.

    I like TattoedMeg's idea, so here's my MyGay list:

    Sigur Ros, Explosions in the Sky, Godspeed- You Black Emperor, The Mars Volta, Oh My God, Skeleton Key, The Afghan Whigs, Mindless Self Indulgence, Tori Amos, Yes, Disposable Heroes of Hiphopracy, Bjork, Jethro Tull, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Frank Zappa, NIN, Tool, A Perfect Circle, the White Stripes, Rasputina, Beck, Convoj, Deathcab for Cutie, The Departure, Dead Meadow, Joggers, Rahim

    It could use some updating, but it's a start.
     
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    Oh, wow!!! I had that SAME EXACT record! I think I still have it in my stack of vinyle somewhere.....that gave me a real blast from the past chuckle.."....Mmm---that was delicious-I wonder what it was...". I THINK they actually ate the intrepid explorer...heh
     
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    Kind of funny... in a different board that I frequent there was a thread about what bands do you hate or feel are overrated. DMB, Pink Floyd, and Bob Marley were all frequently mentioned in that thread.

    My personal favorites include Nine Inch Nails, A Perfect Circle, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Fiona Apple, Ludwig von Beethoven, Eminem, Tool, Linkin Park, Massive Attack, some other stuff... those first five especially.
     
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    Hardcore, Metalcore, Screamo, Rap

    Including: UnderOath, The Devil Wears Prada, It Dies Today, Haste the Day, Alove for Enemies, On Broken Wings, Norma Jean, Anterrabae, Throwdown, As I lay Dying, The Acacia Strain, Unearth, Most Precious Blood, Bleeding Through, Trivium, Thrice, Still Remains, The Receiving End of Sirens, Hope Dies Last, God Forbid, Integrity, Animosity, If Hope Dies, Ill Remembered, Burden Of A Day, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Evergreen Terrace, God Forbid, GLASSJAW, Fear Before the March of Flames, From Autumn to Ashes, Funeral For a Friend, Chimaira, Classic Case, Dead to Fall, Bury Your Dead, Brand New, Alexisonfire, All That Remains, The Agony Scene, 30STM, Brand New, Taking Back Sunday, Armor for Sleep, Darkest Hour, Dillinger, Escape the Fate, Every Time I Die, Caliban, Becoming the Archetype, Bloodlined Calligraphy, Coalescence, Breaking Ben, Chevelle, Bullet for My Valentine, August Burns Red, Black My Heart, The Bled, A Static Lullaby, and a bunch more.
     
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    Hmmm. No, I don't have that one.
     
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    i love a little bit of everything. i was raised listening to everything, so i don't limit myself. however, my favorite genres are ska. rocksteady, and reggae
     
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    I like: old school electro. disco. old school R&B and funk. atmospheric movie soundtracks. any symphonies by Rimski-Korsakov, Saint-Saens, and Copland ( I love the interesting uses of harmony). drumnbass. jungle. filterhouse. two-step. country-western Tele guitar and pedal steel songs.
     
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    My two most listened to styles are 80s rock and hardcore. Yeah I don't know.... My most listened to bands at the moment are Merauder, Bodybag, Bulletboys, Love/Hate, Anthrax, Kix, Therapy?, Wisdom in Chains, Irate, Vain, XYZ, Wildhearts, Madball... My CD collection is big and this list could go on forever but you get the idea.
     
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