what is YOUR fav band or type of music

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so what is everyones favorite band?mine is Metallica

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I like Iron Maiden and Stratovarius. Also I like a bit of classical.

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Nickelback, that's my favorite band! they rock :cool:

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I like Rap, R&B, Death metal, And Metal
My favorite singers/bands are (numerous first off) static-x, system of a down, slipknot, slayer, usher, snopp dogg, 50 cent, and blackeyed peas, and adema.

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EDIT: Here is a cheesy LOZ version of my favorite song by them.

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I don't have a certain favorite, as I can get myself to enjoy pretty much anything. Not everything, though; some stuff is obviously trash.


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Rock all the way :)

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I drift between genres and bands. I am nearing the end of my NIN phase right now.

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Rock, techno. Classic rock is pretty good.

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Alas, I do not follow or like one particular musical band. Whatever music sounds good to me, I listen to, usually rock n' roll with a mix of classical on the side.

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The Pixies! I've seen them live three times in the past year.

Runner up: The Clash, The Go-Betweens, The 6ths, The Fall
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The Pixies, yeah, who hasn't heard "Where is my mind?"

Hmm, right now I'm listening to Tom Waits. Small Change.

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Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails! Yay!
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I listen to a bit of everything, but no modern pop (although I listen to pop in combination with genres on the rock&roll-grindcore spectrum), and the only hip-hop I listen to is Gym Class Heroes, an emo/hip-hop band.
My favorite rock bands/artists are The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, AC/DC, and Billy Joel. My favorite grindcore band is the band whose name rhymes with Banal Punt. My favorite metal band is Pantera. My favorite disco band is Electric Light Orchestra. I love They Might Be Giants (links to their official sites in my sig), who don't really fit into a particular genre, although they have definite rock and pop influences. My favorite classical composers are Gustav Holst and Edvard Grieg. My favorite swing band is the Glenn Miller Orchestra. My favorite punk band is Bad Religion, and my favorite emo band is Something Corporate (the lead singer apparently has leukemia unfortunately).

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Musica Antiqua Köln is rather good, as is Itzhak Perlman. One thing about classical is there's no shortage of "bands" and soloists.

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It depends on my mood - Cannonball Adderley, Pete Seeger (with or without The Weavers), Stevie Wonder, Billy Joel, Josh Redman, Keiko Matsui, King Oliver, Cyrus Chestnut, Mose Allison, Mark Knopfler, Bonnie Raitt, James Ingram, Dave Brubeck...mostly jazz and folk, some classic rock, a couple other genres...

I just got a CD of Jewish music from Moment Magazine. Some of the performers (Peri Smilow, Gershon Veroba, Lenny Solomon) were good - I have to try out more of their work.

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Rock and roll, man! Mostly alternative rock, though, and a lot of classical. Beethoven classical, not The Who classical. I'm listening to a lot of Coldplay, Ben Folds, The Killers, and Cherry Poppin' Daddies, and Branford Marsalis' Romances for Saxophone. My favorite band changes from day to day, but my favorite genres never really change.

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I'm on a bit of a Switchfoot bender at the moment, but like most people here, I have so many favourites it would be essentially meaningless to list them all.

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give me the berliner philarmonic and I'm all set to listen for a while to good 'ol dvarok or Tschaikovsky.

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Originally written by Arachnid:

Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails! Yay!
Not sure about NIN, but otherwise, good work soldier.

As I keep repeating, and as my signiture hints at, I am madly, deeply obsessed with Radiohead. It's music that I want to sleep with.

I also have a strong love of The Smiths/Morrissey. He writes lyrics like no other, and hasn't "sold out" to be famous. Whilst I want to sleep with Radiohead's music, I'd love to marry Morrissey's words.

Other bands include Massive Attack, The Jam, The Clash, The Who and Madnees. Solo artists include Pamela Wyn Shannon and Ayumi Hamasaki. Blame a friend for the last one...

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Pfft. NIN is an acquired taste, it seems. (I couldn't stand them at first. They've really grown on me, though.)

Also, add LimbLifter to that list. That music turns my frown upside down.
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Rock and heavy metal.

Somebody PLEASE turn the heat on.
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Hip-hop, rap, R&B, and the cream of all the other crops. Except emo, punk, death metal crap.

My favorite artist is probably R. Kelly, who shows no signs of slowing down (Trapped in the Closet, anyone?).

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I like listening to emo music and crying in the corner. Where it's dark. ._.
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lately ive been listening to alot of heavy metal

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