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Mars Rover
Mars Rover
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Re: How would you describe your musical taste?

78_sluss_s wrote:
Mars Rover wrote:
i like music that is generally psychedelic. that's broad, but any and all styles of music applied in a way that please all 6 of my senses...i can dig. whenever i read a review of a new album or artist and they describe it as "psychedelic" i get excited.

i'm a freakin freak and i embrace it.


Have you listened to Wooden Shjips?


yes, i liked a couple of their songs someone posted on here before. haven't bought or heard a full album though.

Oct 27, 2011, 20:12


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lereostab
lereostab
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Re: How would you describe your musical taste?

Did you mean to say "Snot music"? it made me laugh.....

Oct 27, 2011, 23:35


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s_lush_s
s_lush_s
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Re: How would you describe your musical taste?

Atlantic

Oct 28, 2011, 00:31


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MY RETURN
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Re: Squirrel

Squirrel M. Nutter wrote:
No, banned troll, you go out and try to make real friends, and stop stinking up the forum with the dumb crap you post.


I was gone for a while and that's the best you had? ha Come up with something new asshole.

Oct 28, 2011, 23:53


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hito
hito
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Re: Reply to lereostab

GaryB2 wrote:
[quote="hito"ELO[/quote]

I'm ashamed to say I don't own any ELO records.


You would the only the second person in history who has ever made that statement, the first being made in April 1978 on a cold evening at the Croydon drive-in. The person in question was a 19 y.o. guy named Darren who owned a purple, shag carpet lined panel van with dragway mags. He was trying to impress a busty young girl named Tracey who was wearing a multicoloured hand knit cardigan over her glittery skin tight ELO T-shirt. He'd had one too many beers.

Oct 29, 2011, 11:36


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GaryB2
GaryB2
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Re: Reply to lereostab

hito wrote:
GaryB2 wrote:
[quote="hito"ELO[/quote]

I'm ashamed to say I don't own any ELO records.


You would the only the second person in history who has ever made that statement, the first being made in April 1978 on a cold evening at the Croydon drive-in. The person in question was a 19 y.o. guy named Darren who owned a purple, shag carpet lined panel van with dragway mags. He was trying to impress a busty young girl named Tracey who was wearing a multicoloured hand knit cardigan over her glittery skin tight ELO T-shirt. He'd had one too many beers.


I like Darren already.

Oct 29, 2011, 23:25


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Dara
Dara
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Re: Reply to lereostab

GaryB2 wrote:
hito wrote:
GaryB2 wrote:
[quote="hito"ELO[/quote]

I'm ashamed to say I don't own any ELO records.


You would the only the second person in history who has ever made that statement, the first being made in April 1978 on a cold evening at the Croydon drive-in. The person in question was a 19 y.o. guy named Darren who owned a purple, shag carpet lined panel van with dragway mags. He was trying to impress a busty young girl named Tracey who was wearing a multicoloured hand knit cardigan over her glittery skin tight ELO T-shirt. He'd had one too many beers.


I like Darren already.


Tracey doesn't sound bad either - despite her unfortunate taste in music...

Oct 29, 2011, 23:42


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s_lush_s
s_lush_s
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Re: How would you describe your musical taste?

cyberpainter wrote:
I think many of my friends on here have veered off in different directions over the years, I was just thinking about that today...

I am pretty basic in that I like a good pop tune. I can handle and enjoy dissonant elements in music if it has a cohesive string that pulls it together, or if it's got something on top that's much more melodic. (Why I've like most Broadcast music, and yet many other Broadcast fans like much more dissonant music than me.)

I tend to like guitar and synth sounds best, not unusual there. But it's nice when there are different unexpected instruments in the mix.

I think I'm easily irritated by vocals that rub me the wrong way, or guitar wankery. That includes pointless abstraction if I think it just doesn't have magic somehow.

I love to sing along. I love to sing harmony I make up. I love to listen to the various elements and absorb them over time.

I'm a bit contradictory in that I love some derivative pop music based on music I can admire from the past, but other derivative music just makes me gag, like contemporary country or mainstream radio. But yet traditional country gets a nod from me though I rarely listen. It's just more real somehow. And I can handle techno only if I'm out dancing to it. The repetitiveness is just so tedious otherwise. I guess I don't have the patience to enjoy long slow ambient music, unless it's very complex and changes a lot. Electronic music that's not remixes, and not techno I tend to like very much.

I love music that's sexy!


Atlantic. let the r3ecord state. she wAS ATLANTIC FOREVER

Oct 30, 2011, 01:36


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and0rod4
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Re: How would you describe your musical taste?

i like to think i have good taste, but thingstest that.
what with me like dire shit over the recent years.
i post on here so that means i like to enjoy decent music, thats reason to be snobby about.

i love broadcast. and music that sounds like BOC. etc..

Oct 30, 2011, 23:15


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and0rod4
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Re: not so much old stuff

i dont tend to buy old records in stores these days. tho i do like old music when played on radio, or in the bar. i love older stuff, but i dont EVER buy old records. i'm too hooked on whats up-to-date. tho i recently discoverd some good obsure record selling stores like Norman Records. i dont tend to take note of older records. which is annoying. as i feel like the odd one out, often. my mate says its my hate of my parents i used to feel, or contempt, or whatever. put me off older music as i was growing up. ever since i was 13 and i liked dnb. to be honest i'm too into FRESH sounding stuff. has been like that for aages. i do like some 90's music, tho. well ii like music from all decades. post whaever. not real anchient music, likefrom the 40's tho. i like stuff from the future. future sounding shit, to be honest.

Oct 30, 2011, 23:33

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