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Old 08-24-2010, 09:09 PM   #1
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What kind of music are you into?

I don't mean Jeepin' music, I mean just in general.

I'm a metalhead/hard rock guy. I also like some punk stuff as well. Some of my favorite bands are The Sword, Insomnium, Lamb of God, Amon Amarth, Zeppelin, AC/DC, Motorhead, Pearl Jam, Smashing Pumpkins, Rancid, Flogging Molly, Alice in Chains, The Black Crowes, Iron Maiden, Faith No More, Guns n' Roses......

So, what are you into?

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Everything you said above....and than everything else. I have a very eclectic taste in music. My ipod is a huge mess!! Everything from 80's punk to old school blues, classic rock, 90s hardcore, grunge, industrial, reggae/ska, classical, some old rap, metal metal metal..... literally everything.

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Everything but rap. Hard, Acid, Classic, southern and Indie Rock. Blues, soul, country, classical and jazz. Depends on the weather.
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Country, southern and classic rock,the beatles. The oldies station if I can't find something good on. I am 27 but was a late in life child, my parents are almost 70 so I grew up with a lot of older music and tend to be rather critical of newer music, many of the artist's today have no where near the talent that used to be required to be a singer. I am totally convinced that sloth from the goonies could sound good once he was run through a mixer.....Some of the current artists out there today prove it, they may sound ok on the radio but they are really bad in person.
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I'm all over the place. From Zeppelin, AC/DC, Guns n' Roses, Sabbath, and Aerosmith to
John Prine and Jimmy Buffett. Even some country like Alan Jackson and a few others. Some good ol' southern rock now and then too, like Skynyrd, Molly Hatchet, .38 Special, and ZZ Top.
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Mostly reggae and ska but I listen to just about everything.
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Im considered a freak over here (all my neighbors are redneck wannabees that listen to country...i have 12 gauge earings in my ears wear the band shirts and a matching headband too haha ) I listen to hardcore screamo. Every Time I Die, Asking Alexandria, Stick to Your Guns, Evergreen Terrace, As I Lay Dying, Atreyu(a deathgrip on yesterday and down there new albums suck), Underoath, Silverstien, The Devil Wears Prada, so on and so on. Im also the neighbor that has the loud sound system to drown out all there country
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Sorry I have kids.
I have come to love and respect and crave silence. I raise other folk's children and I ran a parrot adoption program for several years. Noisy at work, nosier at home.. you could hear the damn birds two block from my house.

Anyway... when it comes to music I'm about as wishy washy as anything else. My likes tend to mold around my situation. But I don't care much for country, I don't like a lot of the modern "rock" that sounds whiny. This summer has been Pandora stations and Reggaeton for the most part; I still listen to all of the CDs Greg made me when we were dating. I suck at choosing music, so I let someone else do that!
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...i have 12 gauge earings in my ears wear the band shirts and a matching headband too haha ) I listen to hardcore screamo.
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Tomorrow when I have time to get the camera out ill get my jeep in it too haha
FREAK!!!

i was 18-19 when marilyn manson started getting big, so i was friends with a lot of goth kids that were into that stuff. i never got into the piercings, but i have several tattoos. good times!! i still miss those cute goth girls. i dated a girl for a year who later became a suicide girl (google it).

goth kids >>>>> emo kids.
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Jeeps, body mods and rowdy music - fun!
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goth kids >>>>> emo kids.

I think they both try too hard, overcompensation for something! Regardless, either group has interesting characteristics. I like the "different" aspect, but I don't like the shove it in your face aspect that seems to go hand in hand with either group of kids.
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Jeeps, body mods and rowdy music - fun!
Thats probably how I got the girlfriend And I'm not goth or emo...just unique and no tattoos yet although one going down the side of my ribs is in order
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Thats probably how I got the girlfriend And I'm not goth or emo...just unique and no tattoos yet although one going down the side of my ribs is in order
Gotcha! I only have basic ear piercings and wear nothing. I'm fond of my battle scars, non-self-inflicted body mods
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Speaking of Manson, I do like his stuff. And speaking of silly kids..

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mmmm suicide girls, done right its a damn sexy look, but its real easy to go too far.
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I think they both try too hard, overcompensation for something! Regardless, either group has interesting characteristics. I like the "different" aspect, but I don't like the shove it in your face aspect that seems to go hand in hand with either group of kids.
but they're unique, like everyone else who looks like them, lmfao.
i remember not being accepted by the hardcore goth kids because i didn't look like they did. i've always been a t-shirt and jeans kind of guy., maybe a football or hockey jersey occasionally. if you want to really feel like an outcast, put on any piece of sports apparel and find a group of goth or emo kids.

if who you are really is all black all the time and makeup, cool, but for most of them it was just a fad or wanting to belong to a group. i can understand though, we were all just trying to fit in as teenagers. i found that being myself worked best. jesus, it seems like yesterday and i'm 32 now, lol.
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Speaking of Manson, I do like his stuff. And speaking of silly kids..

once twiggy left, he went to shit, imho. antichrist superstar is still a great album today.
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I hovered with whomever I so pleased, somehow it's always worked for me, lol. I meld a bit too easily to my surroundings I think, and by the hour it seems, hahaha.

I'm five years behind you but being a teenager feels like a lifetime ago for me

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once twiggy left, he went to shit, imho. antichrist superstar is still a great album today.
I don't really know about the band, just the songs that I have liked! A number of Manson's songs made it onto my "Andrea" CD's way back when
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mmmm suicide girls, done right its a damn sexy look, but its real easy to go too far.
my ex-girlfriend's "suicide girl name" was MLE. she did this several years ago now, before they got really big. she was my first love, my first "time" and she broke my 18 year old heart, lmfao. we're friends now.
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down the side of my ribs is in order
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I hovered with whomever I so pleased, somehow it's always worked for me, lol. I meld a bit too easily to my surroundings I think, and by the hour it seems, hahaha.

I'm five years behind you but being a teenager feels like a lifetime ago for me

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jeans and t-shirt for life!!!

i was the same way, really. i had friends for all the different groups of the mid to late 90's. i got along with everybody and tried to at least know a little about everything they were all into. i've grown up a lot, but i'm still the same person i have always been.
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Sinister she sounds like a fun time that worked out in the end....
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jeans and t-shirt for life!!!

i was the same way, really. i had friends for all the different groups of the mid to late 90's. i got along with everybody and tried to at least know a little about everything they were all into. i've grown up a lot, but i'm still the same person i have always been.
Very much the same for me, I find I'm better off with no friends now. I'm a bad influence..
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There really are so many good ones though!

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