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#246442 - 04/16/06 06:15 AM Re: Your music [Re: Stormdragon]
Taison Offline
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Registered: 09/06/05
Posts: 3629
Loc: BKK, Thailand
I listen to stuff people think it's weird. (Imagine, a South East Asian listening to German Industrial.

Linkin park, Evanescance, Iron Maidens, Hammerfall, Rammstein, 12 stones, Limp Bizkit, Metallica.

Japanese artists: Dragon Ash, King Gidora, Gackt, TM Revolution, Ayumi Hamasaki, Utada Hikaru and Siam Shade [if you watched the Manga "Rurouni Kenshin" or Samurai X, the first song called Heart Of Sword, it's Siam Shade.]

Chinese: Jay Chou [The dude that played in the Chinese movie "Initial D" and sung the song for the credit in Hua Yuan-Jia[fearless].

Thai: Thaitanium. An American based group of rappers who are "Thai-guns"[Second/Third generation of Thais born in LA].

Kinda weird music taste I possess, aye? But usually, I listen to Rammstein, 24/7.

-Taison out
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#246443 - 04/16/06 09:15 AM Re: Your music [Re: Stormdragon]
JKogas Offline

Registered: 01/25/03
Posts: 10818
Loc: North Carolina
Alice in Chains
Smashing Pumpkins
Peter Gabriel
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Pink Floyd
Van Halen (DLR era)
Iron Maiden
Neil Young
White Zombie
Foo Fighters

I could go on...

As I have gotten older, I don't listen to NEARLY the music that I used to. It isn't that I don't like it anymore, it's just that I don't tolerate GARBAGE in the way that I used to. Talent means a lot more than FLASH to me now in other words.

Now it's all over the place; jazz, rock, alternative who cares, as long as it's good.

Another thing I despise is unoriginality and music that sounds all the same. That definitely means little if any rap or R&B. Nothing hardly ever comes out of that genre that's sounds different than any other artists of that type.


#246444 - 04/16/06 09:49 AM Re: Your music [Re: JKogas]
TimBlack Offline

Registered: 05/10/05
Posts: 1403
Loc: UK, Brighton

Another thing I despise is unoriginality and music that sounds all the same. That definitely means little if any rap or R&B. Nothing hardly ever comes out of that genre that's sounds different than any other artists of that type.

If you've lost faith in hip hop, I'm going to recommed Blackalicious and The Roots, for a no-nonsense, great rap exerience... and of course there's always Public Enemy for some cold cold lampin'

I listen to a slightly stupid amount of music... I actually sleep listening to music Music I've been listening to recently:

The Smiths
Pink Floyd
Bob Marley
At the Drive In
The Descendents

Okay, some more I can't think of at this moment... but meh

EDIT: yes, the Pixies do rock... and Frank Black's work recently has been pretty good too!

Edited by TimBlack (04/16/06 10:17 AM)
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#246445 - 04/16/06 03:55 PM Re: Your music [Re: TimBlack]
ADHDoka Offline

Registered: 03/26/06
Posts: 35
Loc: Santa Rosa, California
oh so much variety

Bajo Fondo Tango Club
They Might Be Giants
Alkalaine Trio
Fall Out Boy
Social Distortion
Rise Against
The Grateful Dead
Eric Clapton
DJ Tiesto
The Lawernce Arms
Less Than Jake

just to name a few
i listen to way too many types of music
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#246446 - 04/16/06 05:16 PM Re: Your music [Re: ADHDoka]
McSensei Offline

Registered: 06/15/05
Posts: 1069
Loc: Kent, England
The grateful Dead!!!

How did I leave out the Grateful Dead???


Got to agree on the rap thing although I can tolerate Eminem. Maybe because he doesn't sound like the rest.

#246447 - 04/17/06 12:42 AM Re: Your music [Re: Stormdragon]
Dereck Offline

Registered: 10/04/04
Posts: 10416
Loc: Great White North
So many I can't even list them. Mostly rock with some emphasis to hard rock. Like some heavy metal (as defined in the 80's). Don't like grung and almost next to nothing for rap. Like a little country but has to be more up beat. Not into jazz but don't mind it in the background ... kind of like celtic music. I like anything that has good rythme, good flow, upbeat and has a good chorus ... not to mention good lyrics and a good singer. So ... that leaves it endless.

I listen to some stuff people would think I'm a nancy boy where as other music people may think I'm a die hard rocker. I used to be embarassed to say I like certain music but why limit myself.

#246448 - 04/17/06 05:30 AM Re: Your music [Re: Dereck]
TimBlack Offline

Registered: 05/10/05
Posts: 1403
Loc: UK, Brighton
Oh, and check out the 'Ring in a Day' (Wagner's Ring Cycle in a day) on Radio 3! You can get to it here
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#246449 - 04/17/06 10:33 AM Re: Your music [Re: TimBlack]
Cord Offline

Registered: 01/13/05
Posts: 11399
Loc: Cambridge UK.
no way I could list all my fave bands/artists, but they include:

Fear Factory
Pantera (Dimebag RIP)
Sisters of Mercy
joy Division
Skinny Puppy
Funker Vogt
New Model Army
Suicidal Tendencies
Apoptygma Bezerk
Depeche Mode
napalm Death
Pink Floyd
System of a Down
Rob/White Zombie
Send more Paramedics
The Cure
Siouxie and the Banshees
Tom Waits

and on and on......
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#246450 - 04/17/06 11:52 AM Re: Your music [Re: Stormdragon]
MattJ Offline
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Registered: 11/25/04
Posts: 15634
Loc: York PA. USA
With apologies to those who have seen this before -

I have a pretty broad palate for music, MMA even. "Mixed Musical Arts".

I'll tick off a few names for a couple categories, but the full list would be too huge to write.

Rock/pop - Bands that can play their own instruments. Generally not dance stuff, punk or rap, although there are exceptions. More often, I like particular songs as opposed to bands as a whole.

Alternative/Grunge - More my taste in rock as a rule. I like the musically challenging bands like Soundgarden and System of a Down, Chevelle, Rage against the Machine.

Bluegrass, but not country pop - Charlie Daniels and Nickel Creek rule. Brooks and Dunn can kiss my ass, and they better not meet me in a dark alley singing "My Maria".

Raggae - Pretty much Bob Marley is all I know. Good stuff.

Jazz - Buddy Rich rules. So does John Coltrane, early Miles Davis (not the later crap), Charlie Parker, Dave Brubeck, etc. Smooth Jazz can equally kiss my ass. KennyG is the [censored] Anti-Christ.

Fusion Jazz - Some good stuff there. Bela Fleck is great. Chick Corea, The Mahavishnu Orchestra, Jean Luc Ponty, Brand X (Phil Collins, mega awesome drummer)....I know, dating myself bad here.

Metal - Metallica, of course. Also Sepultura and Pantera, although their overall repetoires not as good, but a few standout albums.

Classic rock - All the majors: Stones, Who, Zeppelin, ELP, Yes, Traffic, Cream, Hendrix, Genesis, VH (Diamond Dave, not Screamin' Sammy) many. REO speedwagon can kiss my ass.

R&B/Soul/Funk - Marvin Gaye rules. "Mercy mercy me" one of my all time favorites. Ray Charles and James Brown, of course. Earth Wind and Fire, Chic and Parliment Funkadelic, although P/F to lesser degree to me personally. Barry White for pure mojo, baby.

World Music - Not so much, but there are exceptions.

Latin - Getz/Gilberto. Awesome stuff.

Classical - Beethoven rules. Piano in general rocks, although Spanish guitar rocks as well. Opera blows for the most part. What the hell are they talking about?! Carmina Burana (sp?) one of the exceptions.

Show tunes - Don't make me slap the [censored] out of you.

All I can think of right now. BTW, John Bonham (Zeppelin) and Phil Collins (Genesis, Brand X) were the drummers who made me start playing.
"In case you ever wondered what it's like to be knocked out, it's like waking up from a nightmare only to discover it wasn't a dream." -Forrest Griffin

#246451 - 04/17/06 03:16 PM Re: Your music [Re: MattJ]
ScottO Offline
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Registered: 02/18/06
Posts: 290
Loc: Everywhere, Nowhere
I've recently found out about a reggae band of Hasidic Jewish people. Or maybe just one. They're call "Matisyahu" and I listened to a few of their songs....Not bad....I'm not into that genre a whole lot but I'd listen to these guys. And people think me crazy for it.

I also forgot about Soundgarden and Rage Against The Machine. Bob Marley, Hendrix, The Who....
"All the good music has already been written by people with wigs and stuff."

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