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Old 08-22-2019, 08:09 AM   #21
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I listen to pretty much everything except for country. But I mostly listen to hip-hop.
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Old 08-22-2019, 04:00 PM   #22
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Metal + Hard Rock + Classic Rock.
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Old 11-14-2019, 08:16 PM   #23
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Classic Rock, Blues, Metal. But I do like a little bit of everything.
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Old 11-14-2019, 11:06 PM   #24
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Classics, at least 25 years old. Some are cheesy but feel more honest than today's music. Though I'm not criticising as I also enjoy new stuff.

Never got into Metal or Punk. Other than that my taste in music is actually pretty diverse.
That's what I've been thinking the last few years. It sounds more pure. I just dismissed loads of pop songs back in the early 00's (youth) and by that I mean general pop music from the 1970s and 1980s. It's like they throw the kitchen sink into songs these days. It's mixed/engineered within an inch of its life.

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[LIST=1][*]Downtempo (I tend to group other things like trip-hop, ambient, and nu-jazz in this category as well)
If you like trip-hop/industrial, might I suggest the two albums Suzanne Vega did with producer Mitchell Froom (99.9f and Nine Objects of Desire). Great records.

Listening to better music. That's for sure. WOOF!!!


As for what I listen to, it's a bit of everything except rap, some classic rock, and any form of metal. However, the one genre I listen to the most would be what I call 120 Minutes (college rock). If it was on there I probably listened to it.
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Old 11-23-2019, 06:22 AM   #26
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My tastes are mainly rooted in alternative rock, punk and metal. That said, I'll listen to anything I think sounds good. Even if it's a genre I'm not a particularly big fan of (like country, for instance), I can usually find artists in said genre that I can enjoy.
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Old 12-21-2019, 02:18 AM   #27
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Mainly listen to Japanese music of most genres. Although I listen to 80s and 90s music I grew up with in the states too. Just depends on what I'm feeling.
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Old 12-21-2019, 02:47 AM   #28
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If you like trip-hop/industrial, might I suggest the two albums Suzanne Vega did with producer Mitchell Froom (99.9f and Nine Objects of Desire). Great records.
I have one of her songs (the remix of "Tom's Diner", naturally). Never did look into her other albums, so I'll certainly give them a look.
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Old 12-21-2019, 03:05 AM   #29
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Everything from 1940's country to mid-90's grunge. Pop, metal, punk, surf; heck, even some opera, jazz, and good bit of classical.
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I have one of her songs (the remix of "Tom's Diner", naturally). Never did look into her other albums, so I'll certainly give them a look.
I highly recommend her '90s records. They were very good and would be more up your alley. As they had a more dance/industrial/bossa nova sound to them. Whereas her first two are more folk oriented.
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Lots of 80s New Wave, Post-punk, and gothic rock lately. I also enjoy pop, synth-pop, and synthwave.
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Jazz and blues. I also listen to country, pop-rock, classic rock, and singer-songwriter types. Broadway music too.
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I listen to both types of music, rock and hard rock.
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General R&B (predominantly 80s Funk, Soul, Disco, Rare Groove, Breaks, New Jack Swing, Go-Go, Garage), Old Skool Hip-Hop/Britcore/Electro (pre-90s/pre-Gangsta Rap), most forms of House, Trance, Chillout/Lounge and a fair bit of Easy Listening & Ballads.

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Old 07-21-2020, 02:40 AM   #35
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Ambient Techno, trance, house, downtempo, Indie Rock, IDM, thrash metal, glam metal, 80s-90s country

now its house or downtempo.
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Old 07-21-2020, 07:35 PM   #36
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^^^ 80s and 90s country to me is the best!

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Old 07-22-2020, 01:25 AM   #37
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Old 12-04-2020, 01:27 AM   #38
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Metal, Classical, Opera. Some taste, I know!
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Old 12-05-2020, 12:42 PM   #39
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mostly traditional Bavarian Volksmusik...oom-pah, oom-pah. There's just something about yodeling that really does it for me.

Nah, not really Well, at the core I am and will always be a metalhead. But as the years passed by, my taste in music evolved. Which is natural, I guess. Nowadays I listen to 70's prog rock. jazz fusion, jazz, classic rock, IDM, breakcore/breakbeat, big beat, space rock, psychedelic rock, ambient, retro electronica and even some oldschool hip-hop just as much. I'm just a big music lover and still buy 100s of CDs each year. I can enjoy Anaal Nathrakh and I can enjoy The Moody Blues. Why the hell not, right? If I like it, I'll listen to it.
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Absolutely everything... that I have found online over the last 21 years. (Except for a few small, particularly curated lists of songs I have.)

My (music-oriented) life is entirely "Mix CD" now. (I keep re-doing my official mixes within the length of less than 80 minutes, so they could fit a "blank" CD.)

My Mixes are divided by decade and year-by-year within each decade from the 70's to the 2010's (more than genre/subgenre) or theme. (Themes) such as: horror soundtracks, Disney, holiday, mood.

It'd be quicker to ask me what music I don't listen to, within the whole Decade rule. Since, for example, I do in fact have a substantive (enough) Disney library. (Sans all the instrumental tracks that I want, some movies are hard to find instrumental tracks you damn well know Disney themselves have in their library but won't offer for download anywhere I can find.) But I obviously do NOT do almost any Disney music after 1995. The minute Jason Alexander does armpit fart noises- I've outgrown Disney. But classic Disney is eternal.

My horror soundtracks, themes, tracks, etc... I'm still working on remembering all the movies I'd ever like to find songs for. Every now and then, I think of a movie to search for. My collection (of horror 'tracks') is likely smaller than quite a few "Real" collector's. But my 90's song/Singles collection probably looks downright obsessive compared to... I don't know. Someone. I mean... there have to be people who only have maybe 70 songs per year from... I don't know, 1994? Unless they just upload all their albums from that year... Not me. I'm a Singles Hunter. (Mostly.)

I think the largest song collection I have must be the 90's. So... that's "most often" the music I'm trying to order, re-order, etc.
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