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Old 01-14-2009, 11:48 AM   #11
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I have found that as I get older, my musical tastes change. I look at the CD's I bought in high school and think...wow, did I actually enjoy that enough to buy it?

I have mellowed a bit as I have gotten older and appreciate songwriting, melody and accoustic stuff much more then when I was younger and was into music that had that "crunch" factor, as my brother refers to it.
the music i've bought since i was younger i've grown to love even more. listening to it now reminds me of the exact time and place i was when i bought. i always try to buy a new cd before a road trip and it'll remind me of going there and being in that time and place. like, The Black Keys "Attack and Release" reminds me of Ocean City, Maryland last summer.

i've mellowed out too. i've been getting into a lot more soul, hip hop, rnb, and some trip hop and ambient music. i've been getting into some of those British songbirds like Adele, Duffy, and Nicole Willis. i also LOVE Bloc Party and the Black Keys. my taste in music is so vast and deep...i forget i own half the cds i have and i forget how much i love them.

are you still one of those very few people who still buy cds? because i am. ha!
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Old 01-15-2009, 09:00 AM   #12
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Everything from Sarah McLachlan to Slayer, Metallica to Panic at the Disco, New Republic to Interpol, the Cure to the Misfits. I listen to everything but Country and Rap.

As a friend of mine always likes to point out, a good song is a good song, no matter what the genre...
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Old 01-15-2009, 10:07 AM   #13
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the music i've bought since i was younger i've grown to love even more. listening to it now reminds me of the exact time and place i was when i bought. i always try to buy a new cd before a road trip and it'll remind me of going there and being in that time and place. like, The Black Keys "Attack and Release" reminds me of Ocean City, Maryland last summer.

i've mellowed out too. i've been getting into a lot more soul, hip hop, rnb, and some trip hop and ambient music. i've been getting into some of those British songbirds like Adele, Duffy, and Nicole Willis. i also LOVE Bloc Party and the Black Keys. my taste in music is so vast and deep...i forget i own half the cds i have and i forget how much i love them.

are you still one of those very few people who still buy cds? because i am. ha!
Nah...I used to buy CD's in the early 90's when in HS and college...but I kind of gravitated to home theater and away from music collecting. Now everything I have is digital.

My CD's are actually kind of outdated. My wife and I download songs we like as they come out.
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I became a country music fan in 2003 and haven't looked back. I had a blood transfusion while in the hospital back then and upon stepping into my house for the first times in 18 days post-op, I asked my husband to put on country music. He asked me if I had lost my mind, as he was a huge country music fan and pre-op, I couldn't stomach it.

I love Keith Urban, Brad Paisley, John Michael Montgomery, George Strait, AJ, Kenny Chesney, Faith Hill and Martina McBride. With Urban and Paisley, they both play a mean guitar and if you've ever been to their concerts, you'd know what I'm talkin' about.

I still don't like bluegrass country - too much boo hooing and twang for me, but the new age country stuff is awesome!
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I have found that as I get older, my musical tastes change. I look at the CD's I bought in high school and think...wow, did I actually enjoy that enough to buy it?

I have mellowed a bit as I have gotten older and appreciate songwriting, melody and accoustic stuff much more then when I was younger and was into music that had that "crunch" factor, as my brother refers to it.

I remember when Metallica announced they were going to record with an Orchestra!! I was like....wtf!!!

Then S & M came out, and it was just the best thing I'd seen/heard in years. (That version of Nothing Else Matters is just sublime, and I can't tire of hearing No Leaf Clover).

But the best thing about it was, they all looked like they were having a thoroughly great time, from Metallica, to the Conductor and the Orchestra..........even when playing One!!

Different rendition of Nothing Else Matters (never heard this one before!!) - It's cool.....

Hard Rock Cellos FTW.......And they do the whole Metallica repertoire!
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I remember when Metallica announced they were going to record with an Orchestra!! I was like....wtf!!!

Then S & M came out, and it was just the best thing I'd seen/heard in years. (That version of Nothing Else Matters is just sublime, and I can't tire of hearing No Leaf Clover).

But the best thing about it, was they all looked they were having a thoroughly great time, from Metallica, to the Conductor and the Orchestra..........even when playing One!!
That cd is sick. I love the version of Bleeding Me.
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That cd is sick. I love the version of Bleeding Me.

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I do love that song (Stupid Boy) - it comes on my Pandora radio at work all the time (I have a huge mix, some might think I'm borderline personality disorder with my taste).

I was a HUGE, HUGEEEE fan of grunge... before it came about I was busy listening to New Kids (yes I'll admit that) and rap music... once Grunge hit... Pearl Jam etc and the Red Hot Chili Peppers hit HUGE with their Blood Sugar Sex Magic Album I was hooked... and it made me go back in time and rediscover the heavy metal music I thought I didn't like (Metallica's black album helped with this as well)... Add to it my truly discovering ACDC in 1990-91 (we used Back in Black as our HS fight song, and Thunderstruck was used during the basketball season)...

So I'm probably stuck in a time warp... since I still jam out to all the above listed plus tons of hair metal etc and heavy metal, I still love my old school rap music and I will give some bands that are new the time of day (just as long as they aren't Nicklecrap or Hinder - they make me want to vomit)...

I love country as well... and I have for many years... my love of the music sort of came about at the time I started loving the steelers too... I was HUGE into music in high school, I still am but like I said... I am stuck in a time warp...

I have an extremely hard time with what they are calling "rap music" and "rock music" these days... sorry... most of the "rock" stuff... I can't say I agree that it rocks... No one will ever rock quite like AC/DC and all the above mentioned bands!!! (To me anyway).
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After finding out Brett Michaels is a huge Steeler fan, coming across 'Open Up and Say Ahhhh by Poison'.......what!!!!!!!!!!!!.......in my LP collection didn't seem that bad! ........(and I'll admit that!)
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Grunge....its pretty much dead now, but the only grunge bands I listened to was Pearl Jam, and Nirvana. Personally I like Psychedelic Rock, The Doors are like my favorite band.

this is a little off topic, but how did you guys get those youtube videos on your posts?
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