Favorite Music and/or Songs to Jam out to!?

Xado89 Nov 30, 2012

  1. Xado89

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    Hey guys,

    Thought this would be a cool idea, searched for it and don't know if anyone started it or not. Thought we could get a on-going thread sharing what kind of music we enjoy, see who has similar tastes as well, maybe finding something you've never heard of before. Any type of music is welcome.

    I Currently Enjoy Mostly Heavy Metal (Metalcore,Death,Doom,Epic). My top 5 Bands right now are:
    1. Blood Stain Child
    2. Demon Hunter
    3. The Agonist
    4. Soilwork
    5. Straight Line Stitch
     
  2. Roadwarrior

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    Dubstep is currently my jam.

    Skrillex
    DVBBS
    Bassnectar

    and so many remixes
     
  3. Big_THanks

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    I listen to just about every type of music but my favorite is country.

    Been listening to the Lacs, Parmalee, and some Volbeat a lot lately.
     
  4. AaronsX

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    I jam to different genres lol
    Like road said skrillex (bangarang, kyoto)
    Cruise: Florida Georgia Line
    Southern Comfort Zone: Brad Paisley
    Homeboy: Eric Church

    Seems like I go through music in stages and since about this spring I'm on a country stage.
     
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    Currently, Divergent Spectrum ^

    Country:
    Luke Bryan - Tailgates and Tanlines
    Aaron Lewis/Staind - The Road/Break The Cycle
    Eric Church
    Kenny Chesney
    Jason Aldean

    Electronic/Dubstep:
    Skrillex - Equinox
    Protricity - (Various Remixes)
    Echelon - Lethargic Slumber

    I've spare y'all the rest.
     
  6. luv2mud

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    I go in all directions with music. I have a thumb drive in the truck that has everything from bluegrass flatt and scruggs to Ozzy...I am occasionally torchered to death with more heavy stuff due to having teenagers but for the most part we are down right redneck country!
    Just a few of my favorites..
    Jamey johnson
    Brantley Gilbert
    Lee Brice
    Jason aldene
    Kip Moore
    Pistol Annies

    And for my more redneck friends....

    Colt Ford
    Jawga Boys
    Young Gunner
     
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    Haha I go polar opposites with my Music, I've always loved metal and death metal. However after I moved down to FL I've started listening to a lot of Christian Kane, Zane Lewis, Dierks Bentley and others. I like colt Ford, however some of his stuff leans more towards ganster rap which I'm not fond of.
     
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    First time we played Dirt Road Anthem on the air the host had to stop it and go WTF??

    Mostly EDM here
    Deadmau5
    Skrillix
    Zedd
    TCM
    (need to get some Bassnecter)

    I also like the Alt side of rock
    AWOL Nation
    Muse
    Black Keys
    Rage Against the Machine
    Weezer
    etc.
     
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    I mean, Ludacris is in the song (alternate version).
     
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    I think there's 2-3 versions of that song, similar to "My Kind of Party" Brantley Gilbert writes a lot of songs for people I've noticed. I don't mind that song, I'm not a fan of like "Mud Diggers" and songs similar to that.
    I don't mind the electronica stuff, I'm very picky though, not into the "WubWUBWUBWUBWUWBWUWW" stuff, I prefer Armin Van Buuren, Celldweller, Blue Stahli, Razed in Black.
     
  11. luv2mud

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    Yes..colt has some stuff that I don't care for as well but he does have some good songs. Mud digger.....I do like this one but they could cut out half of it. It says mud digger approx 21 times! :)
     
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    Haha I agree there, I like his newer album with "Country Thang" and "Work it out"
     
  13. luv2mud

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    Nothing Inparticular has to be my favorite.
     
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    That's a good one too. Man, now I'm gonna be going back on a country kick it seems since I've been talking about it. Been listening to pure metal for the past couple weeks! \m/
     
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    Punk, horror punk, Old Ska, Classic Rock (hair bands not included), 90's alternative, grunge, Dub, Dubstep, Scandinavian metal, Celtic folk, Cajun, blues, jazz, rock/psyco-billy, classical, regimental marches, bluegrass, Texas metal.

    Currently listening to. New Order - Age of Consent -- on my classic punk station on Pandora.



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    I used to love Pandora. Recently the ad's started screwing it all up, they would just start playing right in the middle of a song. I switched to Spotify and so far it's been good, plus I can search specific songs like on Grooveshark and not get crappy quality stuff.
     
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    LOL.....My son went through a spell of listening to heavy metal
     
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    Stupid phone....I wasn't suppose to submit yet! Anyway, he also thought when he was driving he should be in control of what music we listen too. I (being the cool mom I am) thought I would go out of my mind teaching him how to drive. I wasn't sure what was worse, the mini heart attacks from his driving or his music! Thank goodness the music was just a phase. We are all on the same page again :)
     
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    I love heavy metal. I can't STAND the mainstream radio crap they play these days that they call "Rock" and "Metal" it's all garbage, every now and then a decent band slips through but then they go famous and change their style totally for mass appeal. 90% of artists of all genre's have no talent these days and it's all auto toned lip synching. I love Melodic Death metal for the instrumental verses and breakdowns more than the singing. Honestly, some bands (Demon Hunter) for instance, has clean and dirty vocals however if you look up the lyrics, he sings about some strong stuff. Just my 0.02 though on the case.
     
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    Ha...I have never even heard of most of this stuff. Ill be in the truck a while tomorrow. Maybe ill tune in just to see what it is. Bluetooth and pandora (or I heart radio) are a must for travel. I haven't listened to the real radio for probably 6 months.
     
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    Welcome Home - Coheed and Cambria
    Enter Sandman - Metallica
    Nightmare - A7X

    I like heavy metal as well
     
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    I only listen to the actual radio when I'm in the truck for 2-3 minutes, otherwise I hook up my phone for pandora or mp3's myself.
     
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    Coheed is great to jam to!
     
  24. mudchet

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    I've been listening to the Misfits lately. Ever listen to 7 Seconds? I have an eclectic lo-fi penchant. Scott Biram, Bob Log III, etc. How about Monster Magnet, L7, Soledad Brothers, anything with Jack
    white in it. New Order is awesome. How about the Sisters of Mercy? What would be a good example of psychobilly? That sounds interesting. Is that bands like the Lee County Killers?
     
  25. J Everett

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    Been listening to a The Heavy and The Black Keys a lot lately, plus a remix album of the Tron:Legacy soundtrack that's pretty kickass.
     
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    The Keys are good. Saw them live back in '05 at a small venue.... Great show.
     
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    been on a southern rock kick lately

    1: Blackberry smoke
    2: Jason Charles Miller
    3: The Regulator by Clutch

    favorite rock bands (right now)
    1: 9 left dead
    2: man made machine
    3: volbeat

    I go any so man directions on music its not even funny lol
     
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    The soundtrack by Daft Punk? or is there another?
     
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    I have heard of and listened to all the above. Good stuff. 7 seconds is the shyte.

    Psycobilly :
    Reverend Horton Heat, Tiger Army, Nekromantix, Horrorpops, The Highway Robbers, 7 Shot Screamers

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    Not much jazz, fusion jazz or R&B listed but here's a few:
    Return to Forever - Romantic Warrior
    Stanley Clarke - School Days
    Keiko Matsui - anything
    Boney James - anything
    Incognito featuring Maysa
     
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    A remix album was put out lot long after the movie released. I think it's "Tron Legacy: Reconfigured"
     
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    Good album.

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    Yep, that's the one. I still like the original better, but it's a nice alternative.
     
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    I know the Reverend, will have to look into the others. Ya, 7 Seconds is da bomb. Fu Manchu too!

    Kms
     
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    All chevelle all the time
     
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    Does anybody, except me, listen to really relaxing, almost ambient music? I have a few songs I have found that are good for relaxing; mostly acoustic works by no-name people that may have electronic remixes or something. I dunno, whenever I ask someone about it they're always wondering what that elevator/Weather Channel music I'm listening to is.
     
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    Faux...I do when I read. Headphones too so all else is drowned out.
     
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    I have a couple tracks of some stuff I put on to help sleep sometimes. Like the beach stuff.
     
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    i do american analog set is an ambient type of music i listen to. i also listen to stuff like rob the viking strictly background music.
     
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    I sometimes chill out with acoustic music.
     

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