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What type of music do you listen to?

The title says the question. I'll start.
This is what I listen to:
  • Christian Rock
  • Hard Rock
  • Alternative Rock
  • Punk Rock
  • Symphonic Rock
  • and a tiny bit of Pop

Yes I listen to a lot of rock. Now it's your turn.
 

TrinityWolfess

Well-Known Member
-Punk
-Metal
-Rock
-Christian Rock
-Techno
-Hardstyle
-Alternative
-Rap
-Celtic

I have a very wide variety of music.
 

ElectricBlue1989

Living a Boy's Adventure Tale
I just realized there was a thread for this. If anyone wants to see the original thread here's the link:
http://forums.furaffinity.net/threads/38489-Music-for-Furries
If this thread can be taken out, that would be great. Sorry for any incovenience.

There's another thread out there similar to this one...

*looks it up*

Oh yeah, this one:

http://forums.furaffinity.net/threads/114746-What-music-genres-do-you-like

No matter.
Well, here it is again:
What I like:
In the Electronica/Dance genre, the following styles:

Italodisco
(sometimes given the more generic 'Eurodisco' name)

Italodance

Eurodance

Eurotrance

Freestyle

Techno

Electro
(the French are particularly good at this. Kavinsky, anyone?)

New Wave (can't go wrong with A Flock Of Seagulls)

High Energy/Hi-NRG

Dance-pop


Under the Rock umbrella (mostly stuff from the 80s):

Hard Rock (Van Halen!!)

Heavy Metal (Ratt!!)


Glam (Poison)

Punk (OK, only the Ramones)

New Wave Of British Heavy Metal (Def Leppard)


Progressive Rock (Rush!!!)

Symphonic Rock (Nightwish!!)


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si|ver

But there's not enough room fo
Normally punk/punk rock. I've noticed that lately I only listen to electronic music, specifically any of Renard's aliases' music.
And why is Christian Rock a different genre than normal Rock? Is there really a distinct difference in the actual music or is it just because they sing about religious-type subjects?
 
Normally punk/punk rock. I've noticed that lately I only listen to electronic music, specifically any of Renard's aliases' music.
And why is Christian Rock a different genre than normal Rock? Is there really a distinct difference in the actual music or is it just because they sing about religious-type subjects?

The only difference I know is that normal rock could be about anything and Christian Rock are religious bands that sing about anything that is good like staying alive, God, love, and being yourself.
 

Tigercougar

Active Member
It's not genre, it's the individual melody that I like. I'll listen to music of all kinds. However, what I listen to the most is country and R&B.
 

benignBiotic

Banned
Banned
When I say I listen to everything I mean I listen to everything.
My favorite genres though are hip-hop, chillout, and prog rock.
 

Fernin

6150 rpm and spinning.
Everything but whiny cowboy country and thug rap.
 

badlands

drunken pirate
metal, mostly power and folk metal but with the odd death metal band in the mix.
 
I'm really into metal ♥ such as death, black, doom, gothic, industrial, post-, sludge, drone, avant-garde, experimental, technical/progressive. I also like techno/electronic and anything-core.

I'm pretty much open to anything if it's atmospheric, emotional, heavy, evil, dark, angry, aggressive, fast, unique, weird or catchy.
 
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SJ1208

Member
Electronic, 80s and country. I'm listening to black veil brides now
 
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MusicWulf13

New Member
- 80s-90s Hip Hop
- Dance
- Electronic
- Alternative
- Indie Rock
- Dubstep
- Pop
- Rock
- Classic Rock
- Synth Alternative
- Chillout/Experimental Electronic
Pretty much all the best genres.
 
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- Industrial Rock
- Ambient
- Glitch
- Breakcore

I like experimenting with new music, though. From ambient jazz to drone metal.

When I say I listen to everything I mean I listen to everything.

What's your opinion on post-Tuvan accordion throat-core?

Everything but whiny cowboy country and thug rap.

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- Electronic
- Alternative
 
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benignBiotic

Banned
Banned
What's your opinion on post-Tuvan accordion throat-core?
Shit's dope. Ok so I don't listen to everything. What I meant was that I listen to most common genres including country and hip hop because I can't stand the saying 'I like everything but country and hip hop.' I'm really open minded when it comes to music so the saying really disagrees with me.
 

Azimuth

FuzzyFortissimo
-House (ephixa's new stuff and deadmau5)
-Hardstyle (ephixa's oldschool stuff)
-Drumstep (figure)
-Drum'n'bass (oldschool, pendulum style)
-Jungle (think prodigy)
- English punk scene (the clash because why the fuck not)
-English indie scene (noah and the whale, lanterns on the lake etc.)
- Folk metal both vikings and pirates.
- Alternative rap (because rap went to shit we have to name it alternative now)
- hardcore (the electronic genre that came first not the multitude of "cores" related to metal)
- Ambient
- Ska rock (cap down and reel big fish yuss)
- Big beat (chemical brothers)
- Glitch (enigmatik)
- 60's through to 70's rock (animals, country joe and the fish)
- 70's indie (simon and garfunkel)
- mashcore
- breakbeat
- Speedcore (only tqbf really)
- Prog folk metal (primordial)
- Iron maiden get a genre of their own right?


i literally just went through my library
 

Symlus

Sophisticated Snake
Hard Rock to metal, and Hardcore electronic only (150 BPM minimum, average of album.)
 

Zydrate Junkie

Name and rank soldier!
Everything but whiny cowboy country and thug rap.
You pretty much summed up my tastes as well there.
I do tend to stick to stuff like symphonic metal and other metal genres, and one of my favorite genres ever: Welsh Reggae metal. Though I still listen to Drum&Bass, Electronic, Steampunk and classical.
 

Kit H. Ruppell

Exterminieren! Exterminieren!
New Wave, Synthpop, Hard Rock, Progressive Rock, Heavy Metal (just a little), Pop (not mindless pop!), R+B, Art Rock, Experimental Rock, Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Space Rock, Instrumental Rock, Electronica (non-dance), New Age, Ambient, Symphonic Rock, "World" Music (Indian subcontinent, Middle East, Afghanistan, etc.).
 
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