Types of Music you listen to

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      Mostly listen to Metal/Rock and also listen to Trance.


      Blues Rock,Folk Rock,Prog Rock/Metal,Psychedelic Rock,Hard Rock,Glam Rock/Metal,Jrock,Jpop,Visual Kei,Alt Rock,Folk,Southern Rock,etc…

      I grew up listening to Classic Rock ever since I saw a commercial of The Beatles’ greatest hits album called !


        Goth, Goth Rock, Industrial, New Wave, Synthwave, Black Metal, Death Metal, Thrash Metal, Hair Metal, Heavy Metal, Doom Metal, Pegan Metal, Goth Metal, Classic Rock, Arena Rock, 80’s, Classical, Movie Score, Game Score. I also like some Big Band and Jazz as well as old school country.

        I am also a musician who has taught drums and guitar. Music is a big part of my life. I have been in many bands and was once signed to a record label, but they went out of business before my album came out. It is mostly recorded, everything was done by me, but was never released.

        Honorable mentions for me would be: Bolt Thrower, Dark Throne, Immortal, Abbath, I, Marduk, Lycia, Christian Death, Sisters of Mercy, Killing Joke, Joy Division, the Cure, Clan of Xymox, Dio, Sabbath, Ratt, Manowar, Twisted Sister, Mercyful Fate, King Diamond, Candlemass, The Obsessed, Electric Wizard, Cathedral, Trouble, Carpenter Brut, Lazerhawk, John Carpenter, John Williams, Van Halen, Pat Benetar, Lita Ford, Def Leppard, Mass Effect/Knights of the Old Republic 1 and 2 soundtracks, Memoriam (UK), Enslaved, Burzum, Celtic Frost, Venom, Godflesh, KMFDM, Skinny Puppy, NIN, Sumerlands, Die Krupps….I could go on

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        Country and 80s a great combo


        Nice profile picture, love Ghost. Hail Papa Emeritus.


        Anything and everything relating to rock. I also like rap, electronic, indie, and lots of 80’s songs. I typically stay away from country and pop though, I am not a fan of all that Billie Eilish and Ed Sheeran stuff to say the least.


        Overall I despise rap, but NF is extremely talented for a rapper. Currently my favorite artist.


        Holy trinity: different kinds of hip hop, pop and EDM. With a little bit of anime OST.


        Love myself some rock/metal. Here are some of my favorites:
        Faith No More / Mr. Bungle / Tomahawk / Fantomas
        The White Stripes
        Stone Temple Pilots
        the list goes on and on


          Everything except rap, hip-hop, blues, and jazz

          Yes I listen to everything else from classical music to electronic dance music, metal, rock, alternative, etc.


          I listen to mostly rap music. Underground rap and old school rap. I like a lot of artists that are not very well known. I like lyrical music and a lot of underground and old school rap is very lyrical and I like some oldies. I don’t like very much of the mainstream rap. It’s not good to me. I’m not into pop music. If I want to hear songs about love, romance or broken relationships I’ll go back to the oldies music. I only like one rock song and I’m not into the screaming metal music. I’ve been listening to rap music for years. So I just haven’t really dived very deep into any other genres. I like some video game soundtracks. Skyrim theme song is great. Dragon Age Origins theme song. There is a song on the Dead Rising 3 game I like. It plays during the opening credits scene. Also there are a few songs off of a show called Haven that I like.


          I also love anime music but older Japanese music is great too like Spitz, Mr. Children, X Japan, Mariya Takeuchi, Tatsuro Yamashita and Ayumi Hamasaki to name just a few.

          Some of my favorite western music is 90s  and early 2000s country – Alan Jackson, George Strait, Mark Chesnutt, Dwight Yoakam, Lonestar and many others;

          As well as 80s pop and 80s rock – it’s too easy to find good 80s music;

          As well as doo wop and classic rock’n’roll from the late 50s to the early 70s. Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, Paul Anka, Frankie Lymon, Elvis, The Penguins, The Kodaks, The Beatles…


          That’s pretty hilarious.

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