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What do you listen to?

I'm only a week or two into posting on this forum... and I was just wondering what type of music you all listen to?  I feel like it tells a lot about a person.  I'm constantly evolving in terms of music (and I guess in terms of everything)

I'm big into folk/blues/classic rock right now: Beatles, State Radio, Ben Harper and the Relentless 7, Steve Miller Band-- just to name a few I've been listening to the most of late

And I'm really on a Coltrane kick (perfect study music)

Anyone else like to share?

 

 


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Metal.

Electronic.

Instrumental.

 

 

Thats about it. There are a few songs I like from other genres, but not the majority of music.

 

I like Dream Theater, Sonata Arctica, Apocolyptica, Blind Guardian, Hammerfall, In Flames, etc.

 

John Petrucci from Dream Theater is sex.

 

 

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 Thank you so much for

 Thank you so much for posting this in the Arts section!  WOOT!!!  

I've always been a fan of hip hop, RnB, rap, pop, rock, alternative... basically in that order.

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 Nice. Posted at exactly 4:20.

 

Oh hey what?

 

I'm not the biggest fan of most rap. I can listen to flobots or gorillaz, or maybe a song here and there..but mostly, it just doesn't do anything for me.

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For the most part, I

For the most part, I agree... rap doesn't do a whole lot for me.  But I do like G. Love and Special Sauce as well as The Beastie Boys.


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 I enjoy just about any

 I enjoy just about any genre of music. My top three favorites are:

Heavy metal:

*Nevermore (a must listen!), Slayer, Metallica, Megadeth, Opeth..

Progressive metal:

Dream Theater, Fates Warning, Savatage, Symphony X...

Classic Rock:

Fleetwood Mac, Eagles, Steve Miller, Doobie Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd...

I play the violin so classical music is near and dear to my heart as well  Smiling

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Heavy metal:

*Nevermore (a must listen!), Slayer, Metallica, Megadeth, Opeth..

 

... i never would have guessed... ever

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The Doomed Soul wrote:Renee

The Doomed Soul wrote:

Renee Obsidianwords wrote:

Heavy metal:

*Nevermore (a must listen!), Slayer, Metallica, Megadeth, Opeth..

 

... i never would have guessed... ever

Really? I am extremely nice with an extreme taste in music   Eye-wink

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Renee Obsidianwords wrote:

 I enjoy just about any genre of music. My top three favorites are:

Heavy metal:

*Nevermore (a must listen!), Slayer, Metallica, Megadeth, Opeth..

Progressive metal:

Dream Theater, Fates Warning, Savatage, Symphony X...

Classic Rock:

Fleetwood Mac, Eagles, Steve Miller, Doobie Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd...

I play the violin so classical music is near and dear to my heart as well  Smiling

 

Rock on.

 

 

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I mostly like pop such as

I mostly like pop such as Rihanna, Nelly Furtado, Avril Lavigne etc...

 

The "rock bands" I listen to are Treble Charger and Nickelback

 

 

 


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ClockCat wrote:Renee

ClockCat wrote:

Renee Obsidianwords wrote:

 I enjoy just about any genre of music. My top three favorites are:

Heavy metal:

*Nevermore (a must listen!), Slayer, Metallica, Megadeth, Opeth..

Progressive metal:

Dream Theater, Fates Warning, Savatage, Symphony X...

Classic Rock:

Fleetwood Mac, Eagles, Steve Miller, Doobie Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd...

I play the violin so classical music is near and dear to my heart as well  Smiling

 

Rock on.

 

 

Oooo nice ~ reminds me a bit of Iced Earth! (another of my favs)

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 This is one of my favorite Dream Theater songs.

 

 


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Cpt_pineapple wrote:I mostly

Cpt_pineapple wrote:

I mostly like pop such as Rihanna, Nelly Furtado, Avril Lavigne etc...

 

The "rock bands" I listen to are Treble Charger and Nickelback

 

 

 

I took a part-time job at a 'teen' clothing store and I listen to pop all-shift long..I have come to like a bit of Rihanna and Avril  Smiling 

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ClockCat wrote: This is one

ClockCat wrote:

 This is one of my favorite Dream Theater songs.

Yes yes yes! It took me a few weeks to really 'get' this album, it has become a frequent album in my car although, my favorite from Dream Theater is Awake  Smiling

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 ..and the power metal of Sonata Arctica.

 

By the way, Iced Earth played with Blind Guardian a lot. They composed a number of songs together.

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 OH I forgot to list Warrel

 OH I forgot to list Warrel Dane as a favorite ~ he is the singer in Nevermore and his album 'praises to the war machine' is imho the best album ever created    Smiling

And because I seem to be completely technologically retarded today, I will post the link to "When we Pray"

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I forgot to mention the bands with female vocalists...Nightwish..Lacuna Coil...The Gathering...Within Temptation.

 

Ahh Goth Metal, strikingly celtic every time I listen.

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In no particular order:Show

In no particular order:

Show Tunes.

Opera.

Musical Theatre.

Light Rock.

Contemporary Rock.

Classical Crossover.

Classical.

New Age.

World.

Choral.

Rock.

Modern Rock.

Pop.

Popera.

Hmm ...I listen to a little of everything.  Need I go on?  If I like the song, then I will listen to the song.  There's far too many genres of music for me to list.  Does anyone have a complete list that I can just ... thank you Wikipedia.

List of Musical Genres A-F

List of Musical Genres G-M

List of Musical Genres N-R

List of Musical Genres S-Z

I must have listened to (and liked) at least one song from each of those genres or types or styles, whatever ...with the express exception of the most obviously Christian shit disguised as other stuff.  That I don't like.  I dislike it even more when I hear a song (and this does not happen often) think it sounds good and it turns out to be that Christian shit in disguise.

The music to which I listen the most, however, is fairly limited and is centred around the most popular of pop(ular) music in the 70's, 80's, 90's and 00's and the artists to which I devote the most of my listening time are Enya, Sarah Brightman, Beethoven, Yann Tiersen, Nobuo Uematsu, Bach, Chopin, Ryuichi Sakamoto and Howard Shore.  There's a special place in my heart for Annie Lennox or for any music that comes out of the 80's, that gets listened to second to my clear obsession with Classical, Classical Crossover and New Age (it's so unfortunate that that style of music has that particular name).

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another from Within Temptation..I feel bad that I forgot all the female-singer bands. -.-


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ClockCat wrote:Ahh Goth

ClockCat wrote:

Ahh Goth Metal, strikingly celtic every time I listen 

Ha! and here i thought i was the only one to notice

and since Clock is on an embed marathon, thought i'd add to the stack

 

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The Doomed Soul wrote:

ClockCat wrote:

Ahh Goth Metal, strikingly celtic every time I listen 

Ha! and here i thought i was the only one to notice

and since Clock is on an embed marathon, thought i'd add to the stack

 

Nice. :3 Manowar.

 

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 There are some musicians that stand out completely.

 

Like King Diamond's voice. You can't mistake him for anyone else.

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Deathcore/Metalcore:Catalepsy

Deathcore/Metalcore:

Catalepsy

A Plea For Purging

Every Time I Die

Carnifex

The Acacia Strain

ABACABB

Rose Funeral

Straight Reads the Line

 

"New Weird America"/Indie Neo-Folk:

Devendra Banhart

The Tallest Man On Earth

Jordaan Mason and the Horse Museum

Xiu Xiu

The Weakerthans

Okkervil River

Kind of Like Spitting

Joanna Newsom

Sea Wolf

Pedro the Lion

Blind Pilot

Mountain Goats

 

Indie Pop/Rock/Emocore:

Dirty Projectors

Dr. Dog

Amycanbe

Wilco

Bear Vs. Shark

Cap'n Jazz

Snowing

Algernon Cadwallader

Sunny Day Real Estate

 

Gabba:

Activator

Zany

Frontline

Rotterdam Terror Corps

Dione

Noise Controllers

Williams Syndrome

Balistic

 

Rap/Hiphop:

Busdriver

edIT

Aesop Rock

doseone

Why?

El-P

Radioinactive

Sage Francis

Saul Williams

MF Doom

 

Industrial:

Celldweller

Voxis/Remose Code/Blue Stahli

Argyle Park

Klank's first album

Prong

Delta-S

Level

Chatterbox

I:Scintilla

The Birthday Massacre

The Way Sect Bloom

 

 

 

 

 

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www.youtube.com/watchNot

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qw2oSwxO6XE

Not really sure how to put up videos yet... pretty new still i guess (Anyone know how to pull it off?)  But this is a good example of State Radio in case anyone has never heard of them.

 


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Rock, classical, country,

Rock, classical, country, jazz, pop, etc....

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I always listened to Mike

I always listened to Mike Oldfield, I'm his fan, I know thoroughly almost all of his albums, and I really like Amarok, which says enough Smiling But when I was a kid, I also listened to New Age music, you know, Asha Quinn, Med Goodall, Yanni, and so on. Then I discovered electronic music. Through quite normal stuff like Chemical Brothers - Come with us I eventually got to the psychedelic parts of it. You know, the fusion of electronic processing, global instruments, themes, and widest range of cultural influences, which include entheogens. Pretty much, fusion of everything across time and space. It's almost lyricless, long, ambient, hypnotic, complex, downtempo, uptempo, and very unlike any commonly popular music.
Momentous examples:
Waterjuice
Entheogenic
Shpongle
Pitch Black (NZ)
And almost everything from Ultimae Records, like this. It's deeeep, and soooo muuuuch ambieeeent Smiling
Yes, it's exactly the kind of music you'd expect me to like, if you would know that it exists. Namely, psychedelic ambient (psybient), psychedelic chillout (psychill), psychedelic dub (psydub), and everything that lurks in surrounding less psychedelic waters. Namely, ambient, industrial, avantgarde.  I'm not very interested in a music which is like a band or an individual standing somewhere, singing something and playing something. I can tolerate it, even tell that it's good, but I judge music as for how much it reflects my inner reality.

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I like mostly metal, but I

I like mostly metal, but I listen to all kinds of music, like punk, rock, classic, some hip-hop and even some pop songs.

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Some

Some classical

Metallica(Older stuff)

Weird Al

1980s pop and rock(REO Speedwagon, Journey, Rush, Rick Springfield)

Modern jazz like David Zanborn and Candy Dulfer, Harry Connic Jr.

I forgot to mention the Ramones. I was actually lucky enough to know someone at the time who knew them. He took me back stage which was a complete dissapointment. I got the false impression because of their wild lyrics and stage act that there would be booze and naked chicks back stage. FUCK.............

Instead what I got was my friend at the time talking to one of the brothers and the brother responding in a meek mild voice, "Yea, my mother is doing fine. .............(talks about family for a while).......Then I went to a baseball card shop, I saw a Mickey Mantle rookie card.)

WHAT THE FUCK!

All kidding aside. That was at a time when I did like to party. Too old for that now. But you know many famous bands do not do what you see on VH1"s behind the music. The Ramones at that time, from what I saw were completely sober and completely professional. It is still a job in reality.

 

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I listen to underground hip-hop. Like 7L and Esoteric, Sage Francis, Atmosphere, DL Incognito, Chino XL.


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Luminon wrote:I always

Luminon wrote:

I always listened to Mike Oldfield, I'm his fan, I know thoroughly almost all of his albums, and I really like Amarok, which says enough Smiling But when I was a kid, I also listened to New Age music, you know, Asha Quinn, Med Goodall, Yanni, and so on. Then I discovered electronic music. Through quite normal stuff like Chemical Brothers - Come with us I eventually got to the psychedelic parts of it. You know, the fusion of electronic processing, global instruments, themes, and widest range of cultural influences, which include entheogens. Pretty much, fusion of everything across time and space. It's almost lyricless, long, ambient, hypnotic, complex, downtempo, uptempo, and very unlike any commonly popular music.
Momentous examples:
Waterjuice
Entheogenic
Shpongle
Pitch Black (NZ)
And almost everything from Ultimae Records, like this. It's deeeep, and soooo muuuuch ambieeeent Smiling
Yes, it's exactly the kind of music you'd expect me to like, if you would know that it exists. Namely, psychedelic ambient (psybient), psychedelic chillout (psychill), psychedelic dub (psydub), and everything that lurks in surrounding less psychedelic waters. Namely, ambient, industrial, avantgarde.  I'm not very interested in a music which is like a band or an individual standing somewhere, singing something and playing something. I can tolerate it, even tell that it's good, but I judge music as for how much it reflects my inner reality.

Aes Dana ~ I have a few of their songs on my "bath time" playlist ~ very relaxing!

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Waiting for Oblivion wrote:I

Waiting for Oblivion wrote:

I like mostly metal, but I listen to all kinds of music, like punk, rock, classic, some hip-hop and even some pop songs.

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Manowar+Warhammer? Am I in heaven?

my all time favorite Manowar song: Violence and Bloodshed

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 Oh yeah. Angra.

 

 

 

 


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Renee Obsidianwords wrote:

Waiting for Oblivion wrote:

I like mostly metal, but I listen to all kinds of music, like punk, rock, classic, some hip-hop and even some pop songs.

The Doomed Soul wrote:

 

Manowar+Warhammer? Am I in heaven?

my all time favorite Manowar song: Violence and Bloodshed

Nice. The comments on that page are priceless btw.

 

 

"I remember listening to this band when I was in junior high (born in 73). Are most of the guys from the original band? They sound just as good as they did 20 years ago."

 

 

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Sage Francis

There's a good one.

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My tastes are diversified

My tastes are diversified but particular. The only genres I can't stand a single song of are country and rap. But I rarely like more than a few songs by any particular artist. Notable exceptions include Metallica, Offspring, Megadeth, John Williams, Evanescence, Meatloaf, Flo Rida, Roxette, Iron Maiden, Fleetwood Mac, and many pre-90's, post-50's artists. After the 90's began, music died a horrible death. The new kids on the block put the first nail in the coffin. Sad
Though I give Jack Black credit for trying to revive the sweet harmony.

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My tastes are diversified but particular. The only genres I can't stand a single song of are country and rap. But I rarely like more than a few songs by any particular artist. Notable exceptions include Metallica, Offspring, Megadeth, John Williams, Evanescence, Meatloaf, Flo Rida, Roxette, Iron Maiden, Fleetwood Mac, and many pre-90's, post-50's artists. After the 90's began, music died a horrible death. The new kids on the block put the first nail in the coffin. Sad Though I give Jack Black credit for trying to revive the sweet harmony.
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They are o.O

 

At least, I know a ton of them. Maybe it's because I have no personal no interest in them for anything but a friend. Almost all of them seem to play video games..and tabletop games...and sometimes other games too.

 

I've gone to a number of metal concerts with girls.

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I live in a town of 30,000

I live in a town of 30,000 people where 3/4's of the music I hear involuntarily is country. Sad

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I live in a town of 30,000 people where 3/4's of the music I hear involuntarily is country. Sad

 

^this. Same here. 

 

Still, no excuse.

 

Usually I avoid being around people that listen to country or rap, as nearly every person I've spoken to that likes either is homophobic.

 

I'm not sure why. Maybe it has something to do with the cultures. Metalheads are almost always cool though, and most of them are nerds. Doubleplus good. :3

 

Oh, and raves are usually full of open people too.

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 See, if I saw Brian walking down the street listen to his rap, I'd probably avoid talking to him.

 

Once you've been burned by a stove you don't touch it anymore. :3

 

It's the same to me as if I saw someone walking down the street with bibles in their hands. I don't initiate conversation.

 

 

 

That isn't to say I wouldn't talk to him, but just that one thing would be a deterrent.

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 Alright this topic is demanding of Pink Steel.

 

 

 


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Haven't heard of a rave

Haven't heard of a rave since living in Toronto, where I did encounter many cool girls. I submit that you should come here, find these girls (keeping in mind that I'm 31, so teenagers are out), and introduce me to them. Smiling

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Haven't heard of a rave since living in Toronto, where I did encounter many cool girls. I submit that you should come here, find these girls (keeping in mind that I'm 31, so teenagers are out), and introduce me to them. Smiling

 

You are a bit older than me. Most of the people I tend to meet are in their late teens to early-mid 20s. I know some people in their older 20s, but very few older than that.

 

I'll be in Ottawa visiting this summer at some point. I might visit Toronto, I'm not sure yet. If I do I'll let you know I'll be in the area. :3

 

Raves are awesome. I love them. Laughing out loud

 

http://www.torontoraves.com/ by the way from a google search.

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I'm a bit closer to Ottawa

I'm a bit closer to Ottawa than Toronto. I'd enjoy meeting you. You'd be the first to meet me online, and then in person. Sticking out tongue

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ClockCat coming to Toronto?  Hmm ...

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Yeah im listening mainly to

Yeah im listening mainly to Scars on Broadway atm... not really a SOAD fan but I love scars. Also Hero of war by Rise Against... but nothing by else by them. But I usually like things rockish, metal is cool. But if you were looking for the music that best fits my tastes then just listen to scars on Broadway. Also im not sure if these are clean versions so listen at your own risk... chemicals espessially...  


 

 

 

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Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend.
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No animal shall sleep in a bed.
No animal shall drink alcohol.
No animal shall kill any other animal.
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Tapey wrote:

Yeah im listening mainly to Scars on Broadway atm... not really a SOAD fan but I love scars. Also Hero of war by Rise Against... but nothing by else by them. But I usually like things rockish, metal is cool. But if you were looking for the music that best fits my tastes then just listen to scars on Broadway. Also im not sure if these are clean versions so listen at your own risk... chemicals espessially...  

 

I like these as well.

 

Also, MSI.

 

 

 

 

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That video confirms it...

That video confirms it...  I have a sick mind 


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnzaPkl6Nvg

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJeI5WLKRaE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Z4EmM-ssVM

 

This guys entire album is amazing. One of my favorites. I rarely find an album that I'm willing to call a masterpiece, but this is one of them.


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 To embed videos you click

 To embed videos you click on source and paste the embed code in there. Source is in the top left of the comment box 

Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy.
Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend.
No animal shall wear clothes.
No animal shall sleep in a bed.
No animal shall drink alcohol.
No animal shall kill any other animal.
All animals are equal.


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Tapey wrote:

That video confirms it...  I have a sick mind 

 

Do you like Maakies? (Drinky Crow)

 

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More MSI :3