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What kind of music do you listen to?

What kind of music do you listen to?

I get a bunch of crap at work for the kind of music I listen to. I only listen to hardcore metal/thrash. I listen to band like Pantera, Trivium(my current favorite), Testament, Sepultura, Soulfly....and so on. Godsmack is probably the lightest stuff I listen to. The heavier the better. I am 36, college educated and people think Im crazy for listinig to this stuff. Most of the guys at work laugh and think the music I listen to is rediculous. Of cousre most of the dorks I work with, remind me of Kip from Napolean Dynomite(I'm an Aerospace Engineer). What do you think? What do you listen to?
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I listen to pretty much anything. I like rock when riding though.

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I definately wouldn't give you crap...unless you still rocked a mullet. I like all those bands too, and I recently started listening to Trivium and like 'em a lot. But I like all kinds. F country though. Can't stand it! That's proly the one style of music I hate the most.
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I definately wouldn't give you crap...unless you still rocked a mullet. I like all those bands too, and I recently started listening to Trivium and like 'em a lot. But I like all kinds. F country though. Can't stand it! That's proly the one style of music I hate the most.
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No mullet, I keep my hair high and tight.
Just messin around. i would offer you the upmost respect if you rocked a mullet.
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Just messin around. i would offer you the upmost respect if you rocked a mullet.
Yeah sure you would.
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Metal. The new Lamb of God is tremendous. So is the new All That Remains, and Unearth.

I also and college educated. My co-workers call it devil music and ask me why these people are so angry.



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Metal. The new Lamb of God is tremendous. So is the new All That Remains, and Unearth.

I also and college educated. My co-workers call it devil music and ask me why these people are so angry.

That's when you follow it up with a swift jab to their thorax and say: "They're not angry." in a very calm soothing voice.
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That's when you follow it up with a swift jab to their thorax and say: "They're not angry." in a very calm soothing voice.
I just follow that question up with "If it were'nt for di*kheads like you, there would be no anger in the world!"
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That's when you follow it up with a swift jab to their thorax and say: "They're not angry." in a very calm soothing voice.




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I get all sorts of looks in the lab at school listening to my music while sitting amongst a bunch of phd's. I'll listen to anything except country and rap. But I can stand 80's rap because it's funnny (go Sugar Hill Gang!). Also, I've found that in the past few months, I have to wear ear plugs when I ride on the freeway to keep my ears from ringing... who'd a thought by the time you hit 24 all those concerts would have caught up with your hearing?
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everything but Rap...country in the morning (more for the news and weather), i prefer classic country, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Hanks Willams & Jr., etc etc..

old rock on the way to work, very soothing to me...

green day, nickelback, evanescence...when riding home in my car...

enya and Loreena McKennit, etc at work...again, very soothing to me...also musical scores from Lord of the rings...

broadway and showtunes when I am cleaning house (Les Miserable is the best!!)

and currently Pinks new CD with the "Stupid Girls" song...i love it!!
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I listen to anything except classical or jazz. Country and bluegrass being my favorite. Yes I own a banjo.
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I listen to anything except classical or jazz. Country and bluegrass being my favorite. Yes I own a banjo.
thats awesome!!
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Most of the time, my mood is the dictating factor for the tunes I listen to.

On cool classy warm summer nights before going out I like to put on some Jazz.

When I'm feeling a bit like being a dangerous I put on some gangsta' rap.

Show toons are cool every now and then (Go Phantom and Westside story!)

I also like Classical concertos. Brahms!

Most pop music suck in general, but there are a few I like (can't leave out MJ-Ow!)

Rock is cool; Led Zeppelin has got to be the best band ever

I can listen to metal, country, and techno but they are scant on my playlist.

Well that about sums it up for me.

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I listen to anything except classical or jazz. Country and bluegrass being my favorite. Yes I own a banjo.
That IS awesome. Bluegrass is awesome-Dueling banjos!

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That IS awesome. Bluegrass is awesome-Dueling banjos!
Hey goatsie, how many teeth are you missing?? Just messin with ya. I dont bash people for listining to a certain kind of music.
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Hey goatsie, how many teeth are you missing?? Just messin with ya. I dont bash people for listining to a certain kind of music.
you'd better be joking, 'cause that list sounds like my collection.
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I'm not picky when it comes to music but if you search my preset on my satellite radio or look in my CD case. you will find mostly alternative rock, 70's & 80's rock with a splash of modern country and Gangster Rap.

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you'd better be joking, 'cause that list sounds like my collection.
I am joking of course
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