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As a kid, I never listened to much music. That is, until I watched Treasure Planet. As soon as I heard "I'm Still Here", I couldn't get enough of great rock songs. Of course, I think I was 10 when it came out, so I thought it was the shit.
"Who needs partners? We got hands!" - Gagsy
Slipknot, Fatboy Slim, Britney Spears, Deftones, Styx, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Mozart, Aphex Twin, The Pussycat dolls and The Black eyed peas.
I remember listening all of these bands and artists back in Elementary school. Good times! ^_^
Ugly Kid Joe
Butt Hole Surfers
Stone Temple Pilots
Cool Moe Dee
Art Of Noise
Korn, limp Bizkit, rammstein, Tool, Deftones, Papa Roach, Likin Park, Gorillaz . When i was a kid (like 5 or 6) i stole some cds of my big bro and start to listeting.
I used to be into hard rock and metal, but as I grew up, I realised that I didn't like the fanbase it getsYou don't listen to a genre of music because you don't like its stereotypical fanbase?
Another sad individual that doesn't really like music. It's more common than people think.
"you hate gays, believe in god, and dislike my posts, I still think you're cool"-FurryFox
"TarahlovesJBKscawk"-Tarah, "Those (under)pants are just adorable"-Gagsy
As a kid, my favorite song was probably this. I still love it, but it's now probably my second favorite song next to Bohemian Rhapsody.
You know the world's gone crazy when the best rapper's a white guy and the best golfer's a black guy - Chris Rock
the b-52s, slim shady, men at work, pink floyd and a whole bunch of vinyl records and tapes, didnt get a cd player till 2000
At 10/21/12 08:34 AM, Phobotech wrote: Atop of Michael Jackson, Ozzy Osbourne, Megadeth, and Metallica.
...USE YOUR MIGHT!!!
Haha, pure awesome.
The music I grew up listening was more 80's hair metal, classic rock, and the hippie music from the mid 60's to the early 70's. These days, I listen to grunge, thrash, metalcore, as well as the music I listened to when I was younger.
Nu metal mostly.
Slipknot, Linkin Park when they were good, limp bizkit, korn system of a down and all that kind of stuff.