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i was into 80s musics at the same time as all those kids who liked 80s rock because of guitar hero but i didnt give a shit about guitar heros songs son i was lal all like peepin out that channel up in the thousands on the weekends son hehHAH
At 10/21/12 11:02 AM, dragoswrath wrote: I used to listen to ICP before rap became insanely popular as it is now, and before they sucked.
I also listed to some Eminem.
im not sure ICP eber didnt suck man
one of my fondest memories from newgrounds (before making an account) is burning midi rips of mario songs on cds and playing them on my portable cd player thing
Michael Jackson, Duran Duran, U2, Billy Joel.
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Guns n' Roses, Supertramp, Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass Band...
Queen, The Verve, Yes, Rolling Stones, Moby...
Nothing special palette-wise. Blame bland middle-class Classic Rock guardians.
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The Macgyver theme song :)
Anything on Radio Disney.
I didn't give a flying fuck about music at the time.
At 10/21/12 06:58 AM, w33zl wrote: I used to be into hard rock and metal, but as I grew up, I realised that I didn't like the fanbase it gets, so from then on I just like to listen to what sounds nice to me, whether that be rock, electronic or any other genre of music.
You don't listen to a genre of music because you don't like its stereotypical fanbase?
At 10/21/12 12:52 AM, Kwing wrote:
As a toddler, I was partial to Kraftwerk, The B52s
You listened to better music as a toddler than you do now.
I listened to pop music. Backstreet Boys, Destiny's Child, that kind of thing.
I have since discovered the holy sounds of the gothic-industrial scene and accepted it as my musical savior.
At 10/21/12 08:12 PM, jjjkuk wrote:At 10/21/12 06:58 AM, w33zl wrote: I used to be into hard rock and metal, but as I grew up, I realised that I didn't like the fanbase it gets, so from then on I just like to listen to what sounds nice to me, whether that be rock, electronic or any other genre of music.You don't listen to a genre of music because you don't like its stereotypical fanbase?
My thoughts exactly. Like the music for the music; as long it resonates with you, the rest doesn't matter.
Anything that was on Top of the Pops probably, pretty much anything that was popular during the early 90's & 2000's here in the UK. If you want specific artists, then anything during the Britpop era I guess. I didn't even care for music until I was 11.
I listened to classic rock then rap for awhile cause I was trying to fit in in school, then in the beginning of highschool I listened to metal, late highschool I switched over to alternative indie and emo.
Embracing the cold that is the void.
Most of the music I listened to as a kid was stuff that my mom enjoyed, so I listened to 80's soft rock and stuff like that. Then I got into Weird Al, and bought some of his CDs and then expanded my horizons somewhat. I got into classical music when I was 10 or 11, so I got some CDs of that too.
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At 10/23/12 01:23 PM, TB1ZZL3 wrote: Whatever my dad would play in the car. Typically the Ramones, Paul Westerberg, or whatever was on NPR. Easy to see where my taste comes from.
NPR isn't too bad. They've vouched for The Dirty Feathers and plenty of other quality acts out there, which is more than many modern FM radio stations can say for themselves.
These days you're still better off surfing Pandora in the US or simulating Hi-Fi radio with Soma.FM internationally. The latter is probs best for expanding your taste, having done so wen I was a bit younger, too.
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I used to drive my mother crazy by playing this song over and over again when I was a young kid. Don't know why I found it so amusing.