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What do you listen to?
#1
Just curious since the topic of music has sprung up a few times in the IrongSongOOC channel in the past.

3 Inches of Blood
Amon Amarth
Amorphis
Arafel
Arch Enemy
Ayreon
The Black Dahlia Murder
Children of Bodom
Dark Tranquility
Deathstars
Died Smiling
Dimmu Borgir
Disillusion
Dream Evil
Ektomorf
Fear Factory
Finntroll
The Haunted
Hypocrisy
Illnath
In Flames
Job for a Cowboy
Judas Priest
Kataklysm
Korn
Korpiklaani
The Kovenant
Lordi
Manowar
Marilyn Manson
Mastodon
Megaherz
Mecenary
Mnemic
Mortal Treason
Motograter
Naglfar
Nine Inch Nails
Old Man's Child
One Man Army and the Undead Quartet
Opeth
Pantera
Powerwolf
Queens of the Stone Age
Rammstein
Rob Zombie
Sabaton
Samael
Satyricon
Slayer
Soilwork
Strapping Young Lad
Sworn Enemy
Trivium
Vader
Wednesday 13
Zeromancer
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#2
<<OOC>>

Well, thanks for making me feel old.....I recognized 7 of the groups on your list.

As for me, I listen to lots of 80's music.....The Police and Sting especially.

Krell
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#3
Ok, here's what I listen to starting with what is on your list, Grazak.

Dimmu Borgir
Dream Evil
In Flames
Judas Priest
Manowar
Mercenary
Opeth (a bit)

Angra
Axel Rudi Pell
Blind Guardian
Blue Oyster Cult
Circle II Circle
Demon & Wizards
Dokken
Duran Duran (yes, I do like them)
Edguy
Evergrey
Fates Warning
Flotsam & Jetsam
Gamma Ray
Grave Digger
Guns 'n Roses
Halford
Hammerfall
Helloween
Iced Earth
Iron Fire
Iron Maiden
Iron Savior
Jag Panzer
Journey
Kamelot
KING DIAMOND
Labyrinth
Leatherwolf
Masterplan
Megadeth
Mercyful Fate
Metallica
Moonspell
Motley Crue
Nightwish
Pink Cream 69
Primal Fear
Queensryche
Rage (not Rage Against....)
Rebellion
Rhapsody
Rob Rock
Running Wild
Scorpions
Shaaman
Sonata Arctica
Stratovarius
Symphony X
Testament
The Fixx
Tony MacAlpine
Vanden Plas
Virgin Steele
Vision Divine
W.A.S.P.
Whitesnake
X-Wild
.....to name a few. :0
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#4
I listen to a lot of electronic music, mostly breaks and techno. Plump DJs, Benny Benassi, Meat Katie, Chicken Lips, Layo and Bushwacka, Daft Punk, and so forth. Also a bit of hip-hop (though most of the stuff on the radio makes me blanch), 80s, and rock (though I can't stand "new rock".)

Generally, I'll give anything a shot.
"You can never run from trouble, 'cause there ain't no place that far." - Scissor Sisters, "Lights"
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#5
Jabulji and I also like Dragonforce a lot. Other than that, I listen to hard rock stuff like Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Oh, some techno too.
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#6
Krelldor Wrote:As for me, I listen to lots of 80's music.....The Police and Sting especially.

Krell

I saw Sting in concert once - that was pretty cool. Especially when he did a couple of old Police songs (Message In A Bottle and Every Breath You Take, if I recall correctly.)
"You can never run from trouble, 'cause there ain't no place that far." - Scissor Sisters, "Lights"
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#7
Haha... my list is going to be the most mixed up list of all

3 Doors Down
10 years
A.F.I.
AC/DC
Aerosmith
Alice Cooper
Alter Bridge
Audioslave
Avenged Sevenfold
A Perfect Circle
All American Rejects
Billy Idol
Black Sabbath
Beat Dominator
Blue Oyster Cult
Bon Jovi
Boston
Breaking Benjamin
Bruce Springsteen
Bad Company
Beach Boys
Beastie Boys
Captain Jack
Cheap Trick
Chevelle
Cowboy Mouth
Cream
Creed
Crosby Stills & Nash
Crossfade
Credence Clearwater Revival
Damage Plan
Dave Clarke
Dave Matthews Band
Death Cab For Cutie
Deep Purple
Def Leppard
Dire Straits
Disturbed
DJ Mystik
DJ Tiesto
DJ Xealot
Dream Theatre
Eminem
Etoile
Evanescense
Faithless
Flyleaf
Foo Fighters
Franz Ferdinand
Godsmack
Golden Earring
Good Charlotte
Green Day
Jet
Kanye West
Kid Rock
Korn
Limp Bizkit
Linkin' Park
Live
Luke Slater
Marilyn Manson
Metallica
Midnight Star
New Order
Nickelback
Orbital
Outlaws
Ozzy Ozbourne
Papa Roach
Pink Floyd
The Prodigy
Queen
Queens of the Stone Age
Raver's Choice
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Richard Hinge
ROSE
Seether
Shinedown
Silvertide
Slipknot
SMILE.dk
Styx
System of A Down
Technoboy
Tripp
Thousand Foot Krutch
Trapt
Voice

And thats just to name a few.... I left A LOT of them out. I listen to pretty much everything haha
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#8
Eh, I don't listen to a lot of music, just what I can find =) But here goes nothing

As I Lay Dieing
AFI
Anthrax
Billy Idol (Yes, I do. Don't laugh, please.)
David Bowie
Dimmu Borgir
Disturbed
Iggy Pop & The Stooges
In Flames
Killswitch Engage
Godsmack
John Cena
Pantera
Ramstein
Rod Stewart
Slayer
System of a Down

All I can think of right now. I know, I'm pretty music-empty =/ That's only because my brother's destroyed every good song I've ever heard by belting out in his ear-bleed voice.
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#9
Some really excellent music that everyone should sample.

Johnny Cash
George Strait
Waylon Jennings
Marty Robbins
George Jones
Hank Williams (Sr & Jr.)

Oh yeah, and Godsmack, Disturbed, Seether, et. al.

I'll also plug a little band named Flogging Molly, which is a wondeful Irish Punk band.


{EDIT} Some more here in the hopes that Vilyave will take me back someday :wink:

Paul Simon (Graceland, baby)
Blues Traveller
Maroon 5
Metallica (natch)
Soundgarden
Goo Goo Dolls
They Might Be Giants
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#10
Irasis, I hereby disown you. (Yes, again).


Krell, don't feel old - I recognized nine, and I'm a fair bit younger than you, I'd warrant.


I tend to fixate on one band or artist (or even one song) and completely wear them out, then move on to the next, but there are a few that I never get over, most notably, Tori Amos. The woman owns my soul.

A few others would be:

The Fray
Death Cab for Cutie
Muse
Ani DiFranco
Keane
A Perfect Circle
Jars of Clay
Cold
Dashboard Confessional
Sarah McLachlan
Incubus
Skillet
Jimmy Eat World
Duncan Sheik
The Killers
VAST
Disturbed
Rufus Wainwright
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#11
Vilyave Wrote:I tend to fixate on one band or artist (or even one song) and completely wear them out, then move on to the next, but there are a few that I never get over, most notably, Tori Amos. The woman owns my soul.

You are my new best friend. <3 Tori Amos.

Here is a link to all of the songs currently on my iPod. Beware, it's a huge file and takes a minute or two to load, especially on slower connections.

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#12
I'd be surprised if folks recognized most of the bands I listen to since a lot of them is Euro stuff friends have shared with me over years. :lol: Not all of them are new age anything. Just less known here, so don't feel old. Tongue
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#13
Gra'zak Wrote:I'd be surprised if folks recognized most of the bands I listen to since a lot of them is Euro stuff friends have shared with me over years. :lol: Not all of them are new age anything. Just less known here, so don't feel old. Tongue

Slayer r0x0r!

*goes back to being the must un-L33T person in the world.
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#14
I am falling for it! Well, Waka here listens to mostly indie, punk, and things that used to be called "alternative." And come on, any rock with a decent female lead. I also feel the strongest urge to proselytize the band "Sarge," a midwestern rock band existing from roughly 96-01, led by the amazing Elizabeth Elmore.

I also listen to Cake, the Decemberists, Dar Williams, Sleater-Kinney, Ted LEo and the Pharmacists, Garbage, Weezer, Bad Religion, Garbage, the Indigo Girls, Tiger Trap, Letter to Cleo, Less Than Jake, They Might Be Giants, BoA (the British band, not the Korean band), Dispatch, Eddie From Ohio, Veruca Salt, The New Pornographers, Moxy Fruvous... the list could go on and on, but that's a small sampling.
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#15
Vilyave Wrote:VAST

I can go for some VAST.
"You can never run from trouble, 'cause there ain't no place that far." - Scissor Sisters, "Lights"
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