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PostPosted: Sat Aug 07, 2004 6:07 pm 
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ok this isnt verry complecated just say what your listening to nd if your listening to nothing dont post also what kind of music do you like


oh franco un american NOFX

and i like punkrock

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its easier to list what I don't listen to which is RAP, although some HipHop is so varied that I guess you can call some of it rap. but hardcore rap just doesn't do it. Other than that I listen to pretty much everything from Top40 to Modern Rock to Classic Rock to New Wave New Age Classical Ethnic World music Acid Jazz etc.

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oh i lke punk rock , or... did i saay that already

you like the beastie boys theyre cool but besides them i really only listen to punk rock

i miss you _blink182

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right now im listening to "you can kill the prostestor, but ou cant kill the protest"- Anti-flag

i listen to POLITICO, Hardcore punk, Oi!
although almost share the same name as cubed punk's "punk rock" its rather different.

i prefer bands like casualties
anti-flag
unseen
dropkick murphys
the Exploited
Blanks 77
ramones (beat on the brat)
PollOi!
subhumans
...ill stop there...

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i like all of those bands

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riddler17 wrote:
its easier to list what I don't listen to which is RAP, although some HipHop is so varied that I guess you can call some of it rap. but hardcore rap just doesn't do it. Other than that I listen to pretty much everything from Top40 to Modern Rock to Classic Rock to New Wave New Age Classical Ethnic World music Acid Jazz etc.


I don't listen to pure rap much either, but I did buy both albums by The Streets which are very good.

Other recent artists I bought cds of: Miles Davis, the Veils, Amy Winehouse, the Cure, Ian Dury & the Blockheads, Minnie Ripperton, Bill Withers.

Other stuff I've been listening to: Best of Blue Note, Ane Brun, Zero 7, Corduroy, Radiohead, Moloko, Placebo, the Delgados, Cream.

If that isn't a varied music taste, I don't know what is.

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Everyone tries to rationalize the rap they listen to, just admit that you like rap. It's about the only good music that comes out anymore. Ever since Nirvana and Pearljam killed metal in the early 90's, Rock n Roll is still back on it's heels.

Believe me I wish there were still good metal bands around, Metallica turned into a wannabe ballad band, Anthrax changed their name to "basket full of puppies" after the anthrax mailings, Megadeth faded away, and I think Slayer and Pantera left earth to defend our planet in an intergalactic war, because I haven't heard about them in years.

A few years ago in my depression from all the horrible music I was hearing everywhere, I listened to an old Eazy E album and it reignited my love of rap, not all of it, but alot of it.

Don't be afraid to admit you like it.

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skeneegee wrote:
Everyone tries to rationalize the rap they listen to, just admit that you like ra ...Don't be afraid to admit you like it.


I'm not knocking rap, it just doesn't resonate with me. Perhaps you have to grow with it or have some experiences with rap in the background. Most of the gangsta rap seems to be street lingo and violent and angry. When they start rapping about killing cops and stuff, I just tune out, nothing good can come of that. But I do like some of the early Beastie Boys, go figure. I think in the end music is what you make of it. Each genre has its place and time. Sometimes I'm in the mood for some Iron Maiden and other times for Robert Miles. I'll sometimes go for a week listening to a new cd I got just to absorb it like Give Up by The Postal Service which I got as a gift and appreciate it more and more with each listen.

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i have a wide range of music that i listen to. i just went to a Cake concert on saturday. this sunday im going to Incubus and Tuesday im going to Van Halen. earlier this year i saw Lincon Park, POD, Hoobastank and story of the year all in one venue.


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well as far as rap goes... i dont like it...not at all, and i know skenegee has heard all about it from me before.i could never admit to liking rap in the only fact that i actually hate it, therefore its impossible to admit something that never existed. all it is are nursery rhymes read out with a beat in the background with tons of obsenities thrown in. PLUS MOST (im not saying all) but MOST of it is pointless and is saying nothing. And i also know there are few that has political values in it or other things that are of value, but thhsoe are very rare and i couldnt get myself to liking it anyways. and to say this is all opinion would be true, but think about it next time you hear something of the sort.

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I'm sort of neutral with this whole rap topic. I don't really care to listen to the words in rap songs, but I do like listening to the rhythm of the words. The rhyming in a wrap song is like another instrument. The rhythm brought by the rhymes along with the backgound beat are what I pay attention to when listening to wrap. I don't really care what the rappers say, just as long as they make rhyms to a good background beat.

There's only one rapper who I think writes meaningful words. . . Tupac.

Other than rap, I like a lot of classic rock.
. . . Aerosmith, Black Sabbath, Steppenwolf, rolling stones, Eric Clapton, AC/DC, led Zepplin. There's a bunch more.

I don't really care for the new rock songs. I think they all sound the same. Punk rock singers all sing with exactly the same voices, and a lot of the heavy metals songs contain too much distortion for the music to be good, plus I can never here what they're yelling about.

I'm sort of forced to listen to Jazz because my brother plays Saxaphone, and his sax can be heard in any part of the house. I'm sure the neighbors here it as well. Sometimes my brother shows me a good jazz song, but a lot of the slow jazz songs just really bore me.


. . . salsa. Yeah I like spanish music too

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wgt about biggie biggies cool right???

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What does everyone listen too?

I like just about everything...................
Early Metallica
Van Halen, until Sammy ruined them
Ministry (Psalm 69)
Pantera
Rammstein
Limp Bizkit

Irish Decendants
Barra Macneils
Great Big Sea
Blue Rodeo
Gordon Lightfoot
Celine Dion

U2
Boston
AC/DC
The Who

Eminem
Black Eyed Peas

Enigma
Vangelis

ABBA
Hilary Duff

and on and on..............
I strongly disliked dance music until............... well there are these 2 young girls, my daughters, that have warped my sense of taste with regards to music ;-)

I don't understand RAP, for the most part it does nothing for me. Opera is something I think will never grow on me.

How's that for a wide variety of musical taste?

oh yeah- just what is PUNK music these days? Blink 182? really?
just reread the thread, Kid-with-the-mohawk, the bands you listed, never heard of em, but I'll give em a listen this weekend.


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good list but no punk



and to the black eyed peas

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Ooops. Obviously I forgot to set the permissions for this forum.

Fixed now.

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what pwermissons

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biffman wrote:
heard of em, but I'll give em a listen this weekend.oh yeah- just what is PUNK music these days? Blink 182? really?


hahahahahahahahahahahah

blink is all 95% pop ans 5% punk

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any coment on that mohawk

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Clayne actually sent me a song he listens to and it rocks, however it is much different than the punk from the early 80's.

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cubed punk wrote:
what pwermissons


The post by "Guest". I forgot to restrict posting to members only for this new forum.

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My favorite band by far is VNV NATION. It's not often that you find someone who has heard of them, but those who do like thier music are dedicated fans. I like a lot of electronic. trance, and industrial music, such as NIN, Front Line Assembly, Astral Projection, and Infected Mushroom among others.
When I want to chill out an be happy, my favorite band on the other end of the spectrum is Jamiroquai.


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ohhh thats what i was thinking

why cant guest post thoughlet them post once or twice and then tell them to regester

311
aerosmith
A.F.I.
authority zero
avril lavigne
blink182
chronic future
C.K.Y.
coldplay
creed
New Found Glory
Coheed & Cambria
Taking Back Sunday
Flogging Molly
Anti Flag
Bouncing Souls
Bad Religion
Yellowcard
Story of the Year
Atmosphere
Sugarcult
International Noise Conspiracy
Tiger Army
Good Charlotte
Lars Frederickson and the Bastards
Rise Against
The Casualties
Rufio
Allister
Avenged Sevenfold
Matchbook Romance
Billy Talent
Guttermouth
ASG
A Faith Called Chaos
The Briggs
Washington Social Club
Fall Out Boy
Alexis on Fire
Letter Kills
Rose Hill Drive
The Kinison

LYMAN SAYS
SMARTPUNK
ERNIE BALL
UPROAR

Planetsmashers
ZOX
Oreon
Eden Row
Audio Karate
Breaking the Silence
Melee
Rolling Blackouts
Early Man
Number One Fan

Silverstein
From First To Last
Tokyo Rose
Hidden In Plain View
Brazil
Dynamite Boy
Underoath
Bayside
Underminded
The Scrubs
When Sparks Fly
Death In Graceland
Hit The Lights
Alone at 3am
Endicott
Amity

A Wilhelm Scream
Much the Same
Boys Night Out
Days Like These
Lightweight Holiday
Staring Back
Nor AM I







distillers
evanescence
green day
glass jaw
godsmack
good charlotte
HIM
incubus
korn
linkinpark
matchbox twenty
metallica
midtown
muse
new found glory
nine inch nails
nirvana
no doubt
offspring
ozzy
papa roach
P.O.D.
rancid
red hot chili peppers
seether
sevendust
shinedown
simple plan
slipknot
smile empty soul
story of the year
sugarcult
switchfoot
system of a down
the used
three days grace
van halen
velvet revolver
weezer
white stripes
yellowcard
NOFx
3 doors down
ramones
misfits

heres some stuff youn could consider punk

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t5here ae a couple of popthings on that but its my music library

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http://www.punkmusic.com/bands/

aniything in this browser oh and beware the fourm on this site if you happen to linger into it

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I suppose there are no dead heads hear, huh?

I'm lost in the 60's and 70's psychedelic stuff, and i must say the Grateful Dead is by far the greatest band ever in Americas History. Along with the dead, i'm deep into the moody blues, jethro tull, steppenwolf, cheaptrick, and tons of other bands, but i'm not gonna waste your time and my time with a list :D

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ok lemme rephrase, i guess it(for me) is street punk, which i think is teh only good and meanigful way. most listed above arent under my circumstances punk, but to many are indeed. blink 182 i hate, strickly pop right there. tehy stole punks name and made money basically..along with many others.
i admit a lot fo it sounds the same but i focus on teh lyrics, and teh adrenaline rushes at shows..w00t, ahh gives me shrills jus thinkin bout it.

UP THE PUNX!!

for mp3s and stuff for teh casualties go to http://www.thecasualties.net
i can admit there are better more raw bands than them but they are amongst my favorites.

check out my xanga to hear tehir song called "Unknown Soldier"
http://www.xanga.com/home.aspx?user=Clayno_Insano

fyi cubed punk, your my bud, dont think im giving you crap or anything, we both have very similar, yet different opinions on our music and im sure we understand eachother! w00t. For The Punx!!
until next time everybody
much love-CLAYNO

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hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

verry well put mohawk and i do like all of the music that you listen to i am just...OPEN for more of a varity in fact i think that list has your list in it!!!

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casualties
anti-flag
unseen
dropkick murphys
the Exploited
Blanks 77
ramones (beat on the brat)
PollOi!
subhumans
The Who
Black Eyed Peas
Enigma
Vangelis
dead kenedys
311
A.F.I.
authority zero
avril lavigne
blink182
chronic future
C.K.Y.
coldplay
creed
New Found Glory
Coheed & Cambria
Taking Back Sunday
Flogging Molly
Anti Flag
Bouncing Souls
Bad Religion
Yellowcard
Story of the Year
Atmosphere
Sugarcult
International Noise Conspiracy
Tiger Army
Good Charlotte
Lars Frederickson and the Bastards
Rise Against
The Casualties
Rufio
Allister
Avenged Sevenfold
Matchbook Romance
Billy Talent
Guttermouth
ASG
A Faith Called Chaos
The Briggs
Washington Social Club
Fall Out Boy
Alexis on Fire
Letter Kills
Rose Hill Drive
The Kinison
LYMAN SAYS
SMARTPUNK
ERNIE BALL
UPROAR
Planetsmashers
ZOX
Oreon
Eden Row
Audio Karate
Breaking the Silence
Melee
Rolling Blackouts
Early Man
Number One Fan
Silverstein
From First To Last
Tokyo Rose
Hidden In Plain View
Brazil
Dynamite Boy
Underoath
Bayside
Underminded
The Scrubs
When Sparks Fly
Death In Graceland
Hit The Lights
Alone at 3am
Endicott
Amity
A Wilhelm Scream
Much the Same
Boys Night Out
Days Like These
sugarcult
incubus
evenassence
operation ivy
anti flag
cock sparrer
choking victim
the clash
the ramones
oi polloi
suicide machines
the distillers
x-ray spex
bouncing souls
blondie
bad religion
sublime
sleater-kinney
bikini kill
us bombs
999
david bowie
and some rancid
sham 69
the exploited-sex and violence
reagan youth
leftover crack
common rider
misfits
tv casualty
good riddance
the eyeliners
social d-ball and chain and mommy's little monster
no use for a name
the pixies
iggy pop and the stooges-1969
generation x
link 80
punk rock tragedy
the unseen
cockney rejects
4-skins-chaoLightweight Holiday
Staring Back
Nor AM I
sex pistols
greed day
catch 22
NFG
dickies
Ministry
Psalm 69
Pantera
Rammstein
Irish Decendants
Barra Macneils
Great Big Sea
Lightfoot
U2
dashboard confessonals

ive deleted everything from my playlist that isnt punk of some sort

and put everything else in another fo;der this is what im listening to right now an inventory on allm o my music which willll take a while concidering that two days ago i started and am only on dropkick murphys

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Check out my brothers band if you like metal.

http://www.atlifesend.com/

My brother is the Bassist.

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As promised, I gave the punks a listen. Here's the songs I listened to:
Dead Kennedys - Jesus Was a Terrorist.mp3
Anti-Flag - Angry, Young, and Poor.mp3
Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2 - Bad Religion - You.mp3
Subhumans - America Commits Suicide.MP3
Black Flag - Fix me.mp3
Dead Kennedys - Nazi Punks [Censored. Please be nice!] Off.mp3
Anti-Flag-Underground Network.mp3
The Unseen - Every Rose Has It's Thorn.mp3
Subhumans - Religious Wars.mp3
Subhumans - OhCanaduh.mp3
SubHumAns - Worlds Apart - 07 - Someone Is Lying.mp3
Bad Religion - Supersonic.mp3
The Unseen - Police Brutality.mp3
Dropkick Murphys - Time To Go.mp3
Black Flag - Police Story.mp3
The Casualties- Die Hards.mp3
Dropkick Murphys-Bagpipes.mp3
The Unseen - So this is Freedom.mp3
IRISH-Celtic - Irish Drinking Songs - Dropkick Murphys - Finnegan's Wake.mp3
Dropkick Murphys- The Rocky Road To Dublin.mp3
The Casualties - Fight For Your Life.mp3
Dropkick Murphys - Fields of Athenry.mp3

Pretty raw music there for some of them. The Casualties are definitely like the punk I remember. It still doesn't turn my crank.

The good news is, I really liked the Dropkick Murphys. That [Censored. Please be nice!] sounds great. Thanks for introducing me to some cool music I may never have heard otherwise.


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nice to know that you liked it me and clayne are always trying to get you all into it its our job spread the word

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yeah great stuff right there, if you want more names ill be glad to introduc them..

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European trance/techno, Australian Rock, & bubblegum pop.

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sausage wrote:
European trance/techno, Australian Rock, & bubblegum pop.

do you listen to ABBA?

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clayne there too many names to introduce i mean look at my list that s most of the simple stuff

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Not listening to much at all these days, but the things I still like to hear include (in no particular order) Lou Reed (even his recent stuff), VU (of course), Tom Waits, Thelonius Monk, Captain Beefheart, Ornette Coleman... it seems to help if it takes a little effort to listen to it.

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Finally someone a little closer to my ballpark. Tom Waits is one of my all-time favs. Here's a list:

Beatles
Bob Dylan
Bruce Springsteen
Harry Chapin
John Lennon
John Prine
Led Zeppelin
Leonard Cohen
Meatloaf (Bat out of Hell, of course)
Musical Scores (Phantom, Les Mis, etc)
Neil Diamond
Paul Simon (& Garfunkel)
Pink Floyd
Randy Newman
Tom Petty
Tom Waits

I have about 4000 MP3s which covers pretty much all the bases, but the above are the major players for me.

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I like a broad range of music, I'm sure I'll forget a few bands.....

Led Zeppelin
N.W.A (n----z with attitudes)
Suicidal Tendencies
Digital Underground
The Who
Eminem
S.O.D. (Stormtroopers of Destruction)
D.R.I. (Dirty Rotten Imbeciles)
Beatles
Frank Zappa
2 Live Crew
Slayer
Pantera
Megadeth
Metallica (pre black album)
Run DMC
Missy Elliot
Beck
Peter Tosh
Warlock Pinchers (ROCK!)
Anthrax
most any classic rock band
Primus
Sir Mixalot

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I'll just list artists that I own two or more albums of music going alphabetically through my Jukebox, as owning more than one of a single artist is a reasonable trend in music taste.

Andrew Lloyd Webber (musicals)
Basil Poledouris (soundtracks)
Bruce Springsteen (The Boss)
Antonin Dvorak (classical composer)
Enya
Fey (latin pop)
Guns N' Roses
Ludwig van Beethoven
Metallica
Pantera
Patricia Manterola (latin pop)
Paulina Rubio (latin pop)
Rolling Stones
Sarah Brightman
Slayer
Thalia (latin pop)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

That's not including a few CDs I haven't ripped into my music library yet or my collection of about 900+ loose mp3s.

Looking above I'd say my music tastes have a strong bias towards heavy metal, classical, opera, and Spanish pop (me gusta las chicas latinas!).

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Sandy,

If you like Pink Floyd.... then maybe you should talk to me... :wink:

How do you think I got a tag like _pink...?

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_pink wrote:
If you like Pink Floyd.... then maybe you should talk to me... :wink:


Love 'em. Was lucky enough to catch them live on the Division Tour in Toronto before they bottled up. Best concert I've ever been to, hands down, and I've been to more than enough to compare notes.

I don't listen to them as much as I used to, but every so often, I get into a certain "mood" where I listen to their stuff exclusively for a few weeks.

Your name suddenly has so much more character for me!

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Sandy,

Check out the "Whats your name mean" thread for the rest of the tale... ;)

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If you guys want, I have all of their (Pink Floyd) albums on mp3, I can either mail you guys a CD, or upload them to you if you want and don't have them already. Each album is actually 1 mp3 file. To me it makes sense because most of their albums should be listened to in order anyway.

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i guess ill point out some stuff i dont like eh,

rap..enough said..

pop..uhh mainstream music sucks

EMO-short for emo-tional all teh bands that sing about their girlfriend dumping them and their gunna kill themselves and all that.some may include, but not restricted to, dashboard confessional, weezer, story of the year, yellowcard(also pop), juliana theory,finch, coheed and cambria(although their sound is really unique the only i think sound like them are RUSH)you know..you can tell it apart when you hear it ..

actually..i pretty much dislike anything that isnt in the street punk/ oi genre

and if that makes me ignorant to other stuff and shallow then so be it, lol.

although you sometimes run into a band that can just play so dang well (usually just plain rock), and they know how to make their instruments flow and all. those i can accept to.

the locals are usually the best eh eh eh

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heres the casualties
and ME

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1 techno
2 game music (FINAL FANTASY!!!!!!!)
3 random music

my three catagories

i would show my list of music, but its too long

over 10,000

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