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View Poll Results: yeah what are you listening to?
r n b
what the hell is music
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 188. You may not vote on this poll
Location: Rome, Italy ; Novi Sad, Srbija; Brisbane, Australia
Distribution: Ubuntu / ITOS2008
Since this is the general forum, lets change the subject from Linux to music for a bit!
What music do you guys prefer/listeb to?
I listen to anything i like which is basically metal from the 70's and 80's. Some bands: Helloween
Guns and roses
I mainly listen to the more mainstream 'punk' bands like Offspring (particularly their early stuff), some metal (the 'heavyness' doesn't really mean much to me, either I like it or I don't), and stuff like that. I am completely open to others, though. I very rarely say that 'I do not like ....', but R'n'B is shit (IMO).
Punk didn't die, it just changed, like everything else. But if you want a breaking point, I think it would have to have been with Sid and the Sex Pistols. I am surprised noone mentioned Bad Religion. And since it sounds like most of those here listen to metal or hard rock, i'll have to say that died a while ago too. At least for me when Iron Maiden was all that mattered. But to truly add some of the best music to listen to for 'almost' any occasion, we must add Pink Floyd. With that being said, I listen to everything (yes, really), from Christian music to Classical, to some Country and all in between. Just gotta go with what you're feeling at the moment.