What Are You Listening To?

CoryGuy1234

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l have the LP. lt was released the year l was born.

 
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CoryGuy1234

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l'll probably listen to 70s and 80s music for the rest of my life.

 

Discus-Tang

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Yo, VIP, let's kick it
Now stop, collaborate & listen
Ice is back with his brand new invention
something
Grabs a hold a me tightly...
 
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smee82

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Right this second ACDC Are you ready.
 

wolfdog01

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Anything to do with Glass Animals and I am all in. Hazey by them has been my jam recently.
 

Discus-Tang

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Gala said:
Anything to do with Glass Animals and I am all in. Hazey by them has been my jam recently.
Yesssssss, I actually saw them once! They were at a music festival a few minutes from my house
 

wolfdog01

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I wanna see them sooooo badly!
 

Betta'sAnonymous

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For some reason I have been listening to New Order a lot lately
 

Betta'sAnonymous

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CoryGuy1234 said:
l have the LP. lt was released the year l was born.
Never heard of that "little band from Texas"....probably why I have seen in concert twice now
 

DutchAquarium

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I went and saw the James Taylor concert at Summer fest this year. Great music, but Bonnie Raitt who opened the show got a hole lot of negativity. She opened but sang for and hour. She couldn't read the crowd either with every other song changing theme.
 

coralbandit

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midna

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i'm on a radiohead kick again.
 

Crazycoryfishlady

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Fkj & Masego, Tadow
 

MaximumRide14

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If you can't tell from my profile pic, it's Panic! At The Disco haha
 

Pescado_Verde

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The stupid neighbors dogs.
 

YATT

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Discus-Tang

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Billy Joel. I've got to see him. Just not nearly as handsome without hair
 

yukondog

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Hinderx, doors, zeppelin, ect.
 

Thunder_o_b

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Since the 150 failed? The sound of my heart breaking
 

RainBetta

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stella1979

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Glad to see some lovers of good old rock n' roll here.
BringKermitBack said:
Billy Joel. I've got to see him. Just not nearly as handsome without hair
Uptown Girl was the very first song I knew all the lyrics to, and Billy was both my first and last concert. I've seen him four times, including a surprise appearance at a Garth Brooks concert in Central Park. Hearing him sing New York State of Mind in that place was an incredible experience, though my favorites are Scenes From an Italian Restaurant and Only the Good Die Young. Pretty much anything from The Stranger album is gold in my book, though that album was released a few years before I was even born.

Tom Petty will also always have my heart.

No, I do not always listen to classic rock, though Journey and REO Speedwagon have been on the playlist lately. 90's rock is my norm, and my username is directly related to the Smashing Pumpkins... though I rarely listen to them anymore, so I may have to fix that. I also really love Pearl Jam, the Foo Fighters, the ChilI Peppers, Shinedown and more. This morning, it was Green Day! And I'm feeling like a little Matchbox 20 right now... don't hate!

I've thought of asking folks what they might be a little embarrassed to admit is on their playlists, lol. I'll start. Does anyone remember a couple of silly songs titled Peaches or Lump? Yep, The Presidents of the United States of America aren't heard by me often, but they are in my recent history. I love kickin' it like I'm 15 again.
 

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stella1979 said:
Glad to see some lovers of good old rock n' roll here.

Uptown Girl was the very first song I knew all the lyrics to, and Billy was both my first and last concert. I've seen him four times, including a surprise appearance at a Garth Brooks concert in Central Park. Hearing him sing New York State of Mind in that place was an incredible experience, though my favorites are Scenes From an Italian Restaurant and Only the Good Die Young. Pretty much anything from The Stranger album is gold in my book, though that album was released a few years before I was even born.

Tom Petty will also always have my heart.

No, I do not always listen to classic rock, though Journey and REO Speedwagon have been on the playlist lately. 90's rock is my norm, and my username is directly related to the Smashing Pumpkins... though I rarely listen to them anymore, so I may have to fix that. I also really love Pearl Jam, the Foo Fighters, the ChilI Peppers, Shinedown and more. This morning, it was Green Day! And I'm feeling like a little Matchbox 20 right now... don't hate!

I've thought of asking folks what they might be a little embarrassed to admit is on their playlists, lol. I'll start. Does anyone remember a couple of silly songs titled Peaches or Lump? Yep, The Presidents of the United States of America aren't heard by me often, but they are in my recent history. I love kickin' it like I'm 15 again.
Luckyyyyy.
 

Gypsy13

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Blake Shelton Home. Bowie Changes. Neil Diamond I Am
I Said.
 

ETNsilverstar

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I Just Know by Jacob Lee

That's what's literally playing on my playlist right now. lol
 

CanadianFishFan

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Right now listening to kids screaming in the class room, lovely.
Everyone born under 2000 will hate me for this, but I love all the music above and below then. "The kids today don't know what good music is" Sureeeee. I like the stuff that stops trending on the radio.
 

max h

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stella1979 said:
Glad to see some lovers of good old rock n' roll here.

Uptown Girl was the very first song I knew all the lyrics to, and Billy was both my first and last concert. I've seen him four times, including a surprise appearance at a Garth Brooks concert in Central Park. Hearing him sing New York State of Mind in that place was an incredible experience, though my favorites are Scenes From an Italian Restaurant and Only the Good Die Young. Pretty much anything from The Stranger album is gold in my book, though that album was released a few years before I was even born.

Tom Petty will also always have my heart.

No, I do not always listen to classic rock, though Journey and REO Speedwagon have been on the playlist lately. 90's rock is my norm, and my username is directly related to the Smashing Pumpkins... though I rarely listen to them anymore, so I may have to fix that. I also really love Pearl Jam, the Foo Fighters, the ChilI Peppers, Shinedown and more. This morning, it was Green Day! And I'm feeling like a little Matchbox 20 right now... don't hate!

I've thought of asking folks what they might be a little embarrassed to admit is on their playlists, lol. I'll start. Does anyone remember a couple of silly songs titled Peaches or Lump? Yep, The Presidents of the United States of America aren't heard by me often, but they are in my recent history. I love kickin' it like I'm 15 again.
Good taste in music Stella, gotta love the 80's and 90's music. Right now The Scorpions "Rock You Like A Hurricane" really isn't the most popular song in parts of the Panhandle.
 

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max h said:
Good taste in music Stella, gotta love the 80's and 90's music. Right now The Scorpions "Rock You Like A Hurricane" really isn't the most popular song in parts of the Panhandle.
I know that one. To be honest, I just don't like it.
 

max h

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BringKermitBack said:
I know that one. To be honest, I just don't like it.
I have a few of the Angels albums from Oz made in the late 70's. I was living in Hunters Hill back then.
 

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max h said:
I have a few of the Angels albums from Oz made in the late 70's. I was living in Hunters Hill back then.
I used to do sailing lessons out there!
 

max h

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BringKermitBack said:
I used to do sailing lessons out there!
I had a girlfriend in High School I use to go sailing with in that area of the Harbor. My dad actually did his apprenticeship at the shipyard at Cockatoo Island. And my Grandfather worked on the Harbor Bridge construction.
 

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max h said:
I had a girlfriend in High School I use to go sailing with in that area of the Harbor. My dad actually did his apprenticeship at the shipyard at Cockatoo Island. And my Grandfather worked on the Harbor Bridge construction.
Wow. The harbour bridge?
 

King o´ Angelfish

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Anyone hip hop/pop?
 
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CoryGuy1234

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King o´ Angelfish said:
Anyone hip hop/pop?
I listen to the early hip hop of the 80s. l bought this LP in '85 and still have it.

 

DioAquatics

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I’m gonna throw a monkey wrench at this thread lol. I’m into the new music out (I’m only 24). I’m listening to an R&B artist named 6lack (pronounced black). He’s one of my favorite artist out right now.
 

allllien

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Old favs: Nirvana, Pixies, The Jesus Lizard, Mudhoney, Korn, Deftones etc.
Newer favs: Les Savy Fav, Mike Krol and, well, can't think of too many more since music became just about money..

KingD said:
I’m gonna throw a monkey wrench at this thread lol. I’m into the new music out (I’m only 24). I’m listening to an R&B artist named 6lack (pronounced black). He’s one of my favorite artist out right now.
I shall call him 6-lack lol
 

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allllien said:
I shall call him 6-lack lol
That’s what I call him lol
 

lilabug4545

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I've been listening to a lot of Waterparks recently. Their music is so cool, and it's really fun to try to sing along with the super fast lyrics. I'm more than a little angry, though, that they didn't come to my town...
 

ValerieAdams

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KingD said:
I’m gonna throw a monkey wrench at this thread lol. I’m into the new music out (I’m only 24). I’m listening to an R&B artist named 6lack (pronounced black). He’s one of my favorite artist out right now.
I feel like I've heard of him but I'm going to look him up now anyway lol.

I've been on a country kick lately, underrated people are my favorite. Cody Johnson and Tyler Childers being the top two artists I've been listening to. BUT I listen to everything. Besides metal, I don't think there's anything I don't like. I frequently listen to Journey, Shinedown, Queen, Theory of a Deadman, Shania Twain, MGK, Post Malone, CardI B, Luke Combs, 2000s Country, Michael Jackson, The Beach Boys, etc. Those are just people off the top of my head that are frequently shuffled on my everyday Pandora listening while I'm at work but I know there's many more lol
 

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ValerieAdams said:
I feel like I've heard of him but I'm going to look him up now anyway lol.

I've been on a country kick lately, underrated people are my favorite. Cody Johnson and Tyler Childers being the top two artists I've been listening to. BUT I listen to everything. Besides metal, I don't think there's anything I don't like. I frequently listen to Journey, Shinedown, Queen, Theory of a Deadman, Shania Twain, MGK, Post Malone, CardI B, Luke Combs, 2000s Country, Michael Jackson, The Beach Boys, etc. Those are just people off the top of my head that are frequently shuffled on my everyday Pandora listening while I'm at work but I know there's many more lol
He’s pretty good none of my favorites out at the moment.
 

ValerieAdams

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KingD said:
He’s pretty good none of my favorites out at the moment.
I'll definitely look into him. I haven't really been listening to that type of stuff lately cause it's just been constant Post Malone shoved down everyone's throats and it drives me nuts lol
 

allllien

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KingD said:
I’m gonna throw a monkey wrench at this thread lol. I’m into the new music out (I’m only 24). I’m listening to an R&B artist named 6lack (pronounced black). He’s one of my favorite artist out right now.
Just had a listen, he's actually pretty good (not what I'm into but I appreciate decent music, even the commercial stuff).
..What ever you do though, DO NOT listen to Australian 'hip hop'. For starters, it isn't hip hop it's '**** hop', with no flow or rhythm other than "nymenah, nymenah, nymenah" (add words to said so-called 'rhythm' lol). I think that would have to be the WORST music of all time, if you can even call it music.. -the only Aussies that like it are people with the same 'talent' who think other people want to listen to their sh*t because they can do it too lol, hence why we now have a pretty big 'Aussie hip hop scene' unfortunately. It's really just a bunch of like-minded idiots that multiply with lack of talent.. But worse still is 'Skepta', I can't stand that self obsessed idiot, he wins the gold for all time worst music, ever haha Sorry to anyone who likes that sh*t. Well actually, I'm not sorry
 

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ValerieAdams said:
I'll definitely look into him. I haven't really been listening to that type of stuff lately cause it's just been constant Post Malone shoved down everyone's throats and it drives me nuts lol
I agree. Post Malone has been all over he place and I’m tired of it. He’s not even that good lol

allllien said:
Just had a listen, he's actually pretty good (not what I'm into but I appreciate decent music, even the commercial stuff).
..What ever you do though, DO NOT listen to Australian 'hip hop'. For starters, it isn't hip hop it's '**** hop', with no flow or rhythm other than "nymenah, nymenah, nymenah" (add words to said so-called 'rhythm' lol). I think that would have to be the WORST music of all time, if you can even call it music.. -the only Aussies that like it are people with the same 'talent' who think other people want to listen to their sh*t because they can do it too lol, hence why we now have a pretty big 'Aussie hip hop scene' unfortunately. It's really just a bunch of like-minded idiots that multiply with lack of talent.. But worse still is 'Skepta', I can't stand that self obsessed idiot, he wins the gold for all time worst music, ever haha Sorry to anyone who likes that sh*t. Well actually, I'm not sorry
I also appreciate good music. Even if it’s not my cup of tea lol. Australian hip hop...... might just have to listen to see if it’s really that bad lol
 

goldface

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allllien said:
Just had a listen, he's actually pretty good (not what I'm into but I appreciate decent music, even the commercial stuff).
..What ever you do though, DO NOT listen to Australian 'hip hop'. For starters, it isn't hip hop it's '**** hop', with no flow or rhythm other than "nymenah, nymenah, nymenah" (add words to said so-called 'rhythm' lol). I think that would have to be the WORST music of all time, if you can even call it music.. -the only Aussies that like it are people with the same 'talent' who think other people want to listen to their sh*t because they can do it too lol, hence why we now have a pretty big 'Aussie hip hop scene' unfortunately. It's really just a bunch of like-minded idiots that multiply with lack of talent.. But worse still is 'Skepta', I can't stand that self obsessed idiot, he wins the gold for all time worst music, ever haha Sorry to anyone who likes that sh*t. Well actually, I'm not sorry
Not a fan of Iggy Azalea, lol?
 

ValerieAdams

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scarface said:
Not a fan of Iggy Azalea, lol?
I loved that song Black Widow when I was in like 6th-7th grade hahaha
 

goldface

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ValerieAdams said:
I loved that song Black Widow when I was in like 6th-7th grade hahaha
I’m actually not familiar with her songs. She’s the only Aussie artist I know, period. Lol. I looked up Black Widow. Yep, I’ve heard it. I listen to whatever’s on.
 

allllien

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scarface said:
Not a fan of Iggy Azalea, lol?
Well, any Aussie rapper who's embraced by the US and moves there for their career is obviously not the worst. It's the bunch of morons here that have no talent and never will, at least Iggy stepped outside the standard 'nimenah, nimenah, nimenah' box even if I still don't like her music, I can appreciate why some people do.
Then there's some Americans that come here to pursue their career because they're not all that hugely talented and they're then hailed as the best of the best here, like the guy in Bliss N Eso -apparently Bliss N Eso are like the biggest thing in Aussie hip hop, and they suck..
 

Lacey D

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I have Pentatonix, Lindsey Stirling, Peter Hollen, Christina Perri, Sarah Bareilles and Chase Holfelder (mostly his major to minor stuff) on a YouTube channel that I play when I'm at work. Oh, and the entire soundtrack from the KDrama "Goblin: Great and Lonely God"

The cover artists are great because they're doing songs from every era, including today Mainly I'm into great vocals, and could care less about when the song was written <3

Speaking of great vocals... when you realize that every part of this song is sung--no instruments--**MIND BLOWN**

 

ValerieAdams

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Lacey D said:
I have Pentatonix, Lindsey Stirling, Peter Hollen, Christina Perri, Sarah Bareilles and Chase Holfelder (mostly his major to minor stuff) on a YouTube channel that I play when I'm at work. Oh, and the entire soundtrack from the KDrama "Goblin: Great and Lonely God"

The cover artists are great because they're doing songs from every era, including today Mainly I'm into great vocals, and could care less about when the song was written <3
Oh my goodness, the Pentatonix is my absolute favorite Christmas music, hands down. There is no better Christmas music. Though a few songs by Mariah Carey are also my favorites. Michael Buble has good Christmas music too

Lacey D said:
Speaking of great vocals... when you realize that every part of this song is sung--no instruments--**MIND BLOWN**
I thought all of their music was acapella lol
 

Lacey D

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ValerieAdams said:
I thought all of their music was acapella lol
It is It's just sometimes hard to actually keep that in mind, until you realize that Kevin and ArI are just that amazing (Liking Matt now too, he's really great!)
 

allllien

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Love this stuff, kinda reminds me a bit of the Pixies:
 

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