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Old 04-25-2016, 04:56 PM
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What's y'all's favorite types of music? I listen to a lot of punk/pop punk like Blink-182 and Green Day, etc.. I like a lot of GOOD country (this is excludes Luke Bryan and Brantley Gilbert,) and a lot of rock like Staind and 3 Doors Down. What about you folks?
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Metal and oldies
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Heavy metal...Megadeth, Slayer, Metallica (before they sold out) just to name a few. Also enjoy Dylan whilst chilling.
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I like everything for the most part. A few years ago I saw Alabama and Slipknot in concert 7 days apart. Talk about opposite ends of the spectrum.
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All types of rock.
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I try to listen to all of it, hard rock, classic rock, blues, punk, etc..

Southern Rock is my go to, nothing beats the Allman Bros
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Metal, not the rock radio shit, death, black, speed, stoner. Some classic rock too

Classic country, rockabilly, Jason Aldean. Blues and who knows what else
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Heavy metal...Megadeth, Slayer, Metallica (before they sold out) just to name a few.
Yeah. I really like those first 4 Metallica albums, and wish they made more like them. I've tried listening to the ones after And Justice, just can't stand it.

I've got quite a mix on my iPhone.
Some Jazz
Some Pop
Quite a bit of classic rock.
Old school rap.
Punk
Industrial
Metal.

Industrial and Metal have been getting the most play lately. Ministry, NIN, Slayer, Megadeth, Maiden, Prong, Zombie, Pantera, etc.
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I was raised on country music, and its still my favorite.
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Originally Posted by Belzelbub View Post
Yeah. I really like those first 4 Metallica albums, and wish they made more like them. I've tried listening to the ones after And Justice, just can't stand it.

I've got quite a mix on my iPhone.
Some Jazz
Some Pop
Quite a bit of classic rock.
Old school rap.
Punk
Industrial
Metal.

Industrial and Metal have been getting the most play lately. Ministry, NIN, Slayer, Megadeth, Maiden, Prong, Zombie, Pantera, etc.
We'd get along fine. The and justice album was where I lost interest too. I still bought the others but just didn't listen to them more than a couple times. The latest Megadeth album is actually decent considering.
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Classical ( strings ), Cuban Music and Salsa ( I play Salsa ), Bluegrass and Country, Blues, and Boleros, and my very favor...Our Local Folk Music ( Local Country Music )
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I'm comfortable listening to anything that's not rap. Can listen to my father music, Glenn Miller Benny Goodman etc just as easy as easy listening today. My go to is classic rock, but country and pop are just fine too.
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Been on a Lettuce kick as of late...

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Any thing but gansstra rap.
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I listen to Margaritaville literally 15-18 hours a day, every day. On a slow day, it will be closer to 12, but most always at least 15.
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Gangsta rap
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Old 04-25-2016, 07:45 PM
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Classic rock. 'Nam era rock
'60's and /"surf" tunes
And...go figure, AC/DC. !?
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Most music after about 1997 sucks. A few exceptions but that is when everything kind of turned to shit for some reason.
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Talking Heads
Pink Floyd
Queen
U2

and much more
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If you can't appreciate Steely Dan, you are dead to me!
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