Whats your overall favorite music genre?

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Whats your overall favorite music genre?

Rock
25
33%
Metal
20
27%
Thrash
2
3%
Emo ;(
1
1%
House
2
3%
Trance
7
9%
Breaks
3
4%
Pop
1
1%
R+B
0
No votes
Rap
3
4%
Hip Hop
4
5%
Punk
4
5%
Trip-hop (that's just for me-Athlete)
3
4%
 
Total votes : 75

Postby Hyp-R on Sat Jan 14, 2006 6:57 am

YokaI wrote:80s punk and some early 90s punk. Very little new bands are actualy punk now adays, but there are a few still existant (Swingin' Utters, NOFX, Rancid, US bombs). Old dropkick murphys is better than their new stuff imo, so I listen to Do or Die and The Gangs all here often.


Thats quite True, escpecially with Dropkick Muphys.

I like alot, liek anything with crazy guitar, like Joe Satraiani or Steve Vai can catch my attention. While even more simpler at times, punk can be a favorite. But then I can even take in a bit of Children Of Bodom :D
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Postby DarkMortar on Sat Jan 14, 2006 7:19 am

OH COMMON WHERES THE CLASSICAL?!?!
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Postby Athlete{UK} on Sat Jan 14, 2006 9:46 am

The_Watcher wrote:Rock owns all, ROCK FTW! :twisted:

I like classic rock such as Aerosmith, The Beatles, etc., but newer bands like Nickleback, Velvet Revolver, etc. also kick ass. :smt035

I'm good with any kind of rock, as long as it's good. Only a select few songs are so damn good they leave me in tears, and thats because they're THAT good. :wink:

Examples of these beautiful masterpieces would be:
Nickelback - Far Away
Aerosmith - Fly Away From Here
Velvet Revolver - Loving the Alien (which I heard first time 2day, and loved it)


Aerosmith...classic rock? My arse! :P
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Postby The Watcher on Sat Jan 14, 2006 8:17 pm

Ok, I don't understand what you mean Athlete. Aerosmith IS classic rock, they have been around for 30+ years. I believe when they use the word classic in classic rock it means its old stuff. Old, but really good :P .

Old and new Aerosmith music <-- both are awesome. Have you heard the new Santana song with Steven Tyler (lead singer of Aerosmith) doing the vocals?
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Postby RSX WHEEEEEE on Sat Jan 14, 2006 11:12 pm

no, hes saying aerosmith's muzak and steven tyler can burn in hell and be pissed on by satan himself.
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Postby Athlete{UK} on Sun Jan 15, 2006 10:12 am

Wouldn't go that far RSX. Classic doesn't mean old imo. To me it means stuff that is amazing even now and is old. It is my humble opinion that Aerosmith are a decent band which has aged and are horribly overrated.

But that's just me.

I'd say Pink Floyd and AC DC are classical. But useually i think back a little further when i say classical and say the beatles, the ruttles (i know they were a joke but their music had a catch to it).
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Postby Terminator on Sun Jan 15, 2006 5:16 pm

DarkMortar wrote:OH COMMON WHERES THE CLASSICAL?!?!

Same here.

Where is Beethoven, Rachmaninov, Wagner, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, or Chopin? :!:
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Postby zombie@computer on Sun Jan 15, 2006 5:41 pm

i pretty much listen to everything apart from mainstream shit (RnB, hiphop)
From classical music to movie music (ennio moricone (once upon a time in the west), howard shore (lotr) and james horner (bravehearth) are the best afaik), to rock (from queen to rage against the machine), all kinds of metal mostly including system of a down, prodigy (is this actually metal or techno or what), cradle of filth, biohazard, got me a few rotterdan terror corps and more techno, and last but not least all kinds of scandinavian bands which try to set the world record for the most drumbeats in a song (dimmu borgir, children of bodom).

I also like a lot of music i am not able to fit in a genre, like floggin molly, dropkick murphys, rammstein, lost prophets, (rock or metal?), enya, fatboy slim, red hot chili peppers (mostly their older songs), and a fair but of loose albums ranging from static-x, rob-zombie, pink-floyd, vangelis, the eagles, andrea bocceli, nickelback, in flames, metallica (nothing else matters is the best song ever), even linkin park, oasis, nirvana and lots of dutch bands and singers/game music (mostly warcraft and age of wonders)

in fact, theres hardly any music i dont like ( got lots i rarely listen) but these aforementioned ones are the ones in my current playlist.
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Postby Meotwister on Mon Jan 23, 2006 3:16 am

I listen to a lot of rock. New stuff liek The Starting Line(comin to Memphis wewt), Fall Out Boy, The Audition, The Academy Is. . . , The Killers, but I do listen to older rock as well, Blink 182, Green Day, Jimmy Eat World, Foo Fighters, Queen.
iTunes classifies all this as 'Alternative & Punk' So I'll go with that. 'Cept for queen & sting just plain rock there.

I'm not just limited to rock though . . . whom am I kidding yes I am.

I'm coo with classical though. :-D
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Postby YokaI on Mon Jan 23, 2006 4:02 am

BaRRaKID wrote:where is reggae? :O


Agreed... And where is dub?

Hyp-R wrote: While even more simpler at times, punk can be a favorite.


Thats a bit of a stereotype. Punk isnt always "easy" to play really, there are a few punk bands who have easy songs but bands like rancid have some really tough bass lines. However, I can see where you stand with your point, looking at some bands. However, not all punk bands have "easy songs"

I really dont mind myself, Easy doesnt always mean bad.
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Postby KeZeF on Mon Jan 23, 2006 11:15 am

I pick rap and rock. But I like listening to everything. My band has an alternative sound. And I like listening to Linkn Park, System of the down and stuff when mapping and programming. But mostly I like to listen to some free style rap battles. Or just rap.
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Postby Chaffing_Weasel on Tue Jan 24, 2006 12:29 pm

Bleeding Through, From Autumn to Ashes, A Bitter Farewell, Senses Fail, Still Remains, The Used, My Chemical Romance, Comeback Kid, Trivium, Bullet, Dead Poetic, Old Man Gloom, Avenged Sevenfold, God Forbid, Alexisonfire, Everytime I die, Through the eyes of the dead, Coheed and Cambria, Emanual, The Killers, Coldplay, Muse, A beautiful epiphany, Eighteen Visions, 36 Crazyfists, Anemic, As I Lay Dying, A perfect circle, Atreyu, Brand New, The Bled, Beecher, Caliban, Converge, Comeback kid, Deftones, From First To Last, Fall Out Boy, Chasing Victory, The Verve, Radiohead, System of a Down, Incubus, Lost Prophets, Funeral For A Friend, The Used, Unearth.

Mainly metal/Hardcore/death/rock/post hardcore/noisecore but I also strangely love TRANCE!! Trance is great!
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Postby YokaI on Wed Jan 25, 2006 12:51 am

Meotwister wrote:iTunes classifies all this as 'Alternative & Punk' So I'll go with that. 'Cept for queen & sting just plain rock there.


Not punk, alternative & emo. (fall out boy and emanuel (or w/e) is technicaly emo.)
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Postby Capt. Obvious on Wed Jan 25, 2006 2:18 am

Well i listen to punk/metal/rock/classical/lots of other stuff. I don't consider emo a style, it's either punk, metal or rock. emo is just the image...
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Postby undertone on Wed Jan 25, 2006 2:25 am

rock, basicly includes anything with a guitar and drums. and when i say drums i mean an actual instrument, not a drum machine.
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