What kind of music do you listen to?

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davislane1

Haven't downloaded a song in ages; never torrented any songs. Brother who makes hi tech routers at molex never download a single song, legally or illegally. .... There are some mix cds I burned for the car for my mother recording pbs shows like sarah brightman recorded on stereo vhs tape. .
Not wishing to go off topic but I wouldn't make a point of the legality of downloading a song if you're infringing the same copyright by recording off PBS, just saying...
"I've never stolen anything in my life. I did, however, borrow a $20 once. Secretly."

Mega lulz.
 
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darkzelda

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Rock, specially from 70s to 90s. Metal, specially Doom/Gothic. Classical Music, specially from the baroque composers. I play this music specially on Spotify and every single day of my life.
 
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Ziffel

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All of the kinds. I feel for people who are limited to a genre or two of music. I listen to everything from classical to metal, and everything in between. I don't like gangster rap, but I do like some rap/hip-hop, especially the older stuff from the 80's.

I listen to classic rock, easy listening, jazz, reggae, blues, old country, 90's grunge, 80's pop, 70's everything, new age, ambient/chill, you name it. I feel lucky to have broad taste in music because there is so much good stuff out there.
 

Ziffel

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Also, greetings to my fellow 50-somethings! (just turned 50 in March).

@Brock Kane: "Guess I'm getting old, but todays music does nothing for me."

There is some good stuff out there in modern music, just don't look at the top 40 pop (it's mostly hip-hop). I've found some gems from the year 2000+ though. for example:

Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, Fleet Foxes, The Black Keys, and others. Check them out on youtube!
 

tonylukac

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Haven't downloaded a song in ages; never torrented any songs. Brother who makes hi tech routers at molex never download a single song, legally or illegally. .... There are some mix cds I burned for the car for my mother recording pbs shows like sarah brightman recorded on stereo vhs tape. .
Not wishing to go off topic but I wouldn't make a point of the legality of downloading a song if you're infringing the same copyright by recording off PBS, just saying...
I don't think that's infringing a copyright because shows like that aren't copyright and why do they make vcrs? Disney and universal went to court about vcrs years ago and lost. Sue me as I have no money and won't tell you about any I do have and if pepsi could put poison (acid) in soda murdering you, I could get off with making a cd of something not copyrighted.
 

Levi Sterling

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I listen to death, core, symphonic, and some melodic death. Sometimes traditional techno, some dark wave, and even dubstep . I have been trying to find some fusion of death and electronic, a good example is Sybreed : Challenger.
 
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p51d007

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I can listen to anything except rap.
Mostly, 70's southern rock, (old school) country (not the boy band hollywood crap that calls itself country)
Blues, 70's classic rock.
If it wasn't for pandora, I would probably never listen to the radio. Radio stations, and it doesn't matter which
venue, being programmed by someone with a pea sized brain, only plays 10-15 songs over and over and over.
I can't stand Led Zep, Pink Floyd and the like, because the radio stations play 2-3 songs from their entire catalog.
 

p51d007

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Carpenters to Korn; Aphex Twin to Samuel Barber; Lauryn Hill to Devin Townsend; Beatles to Fantomas; Miles Davis to NoFX; 'A' to Z(Z Top) - you get the picture. There's great stuff in most genres - enjoy it, celebrate it, but most of all keep listening to it whatever it is.
Karen Carpenter had a voice that will never be duplicated.
 
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ET3D

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Hard for me to define precisely, but symphonic non-operatic metal is one way to put it. Basically anything with a tune, a clear voice singer, and metal backing. Amaranthe, Delain, Serenity's War of Ages and Gus G's What Lies Below, for example.
 
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ddg4005

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I listen to rap-mostly old school-as well as rock, jazz, funk (James Brown!), and soundtracks.
 

wiyosaya

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Lots of stuff - Marco Torrence, Ruben Halsey, Conjure One, ATB, Asura, Solar Fields, Blue Stone, Ozric Tentacles. No rap, no country, no death metal, long time Pink Floyd fan, classical, in general, anything that has a positive message...
 

MokinoJones

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I listen to a lot of house music and hip hop. But it all depend on the mood. I sometimes listen to deep old jazz music on the cool rainy days or even soul music when I feel a little bit romantic
 
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JeromeFree

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I dont really like calm music , only can listen for sleep lol normaly dancing music ,trap ,rap like this types .