Monday, April 08, 2019

Your Turn

What is the genre of music you listen to the most?

59 comments:

sandybrook said...

Rock

Do Tell said...

Classic rock

cheesegrater15 said...
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cheesegrater15 said...

Rock/pop

yepthatsme said...

ENTRANCE MUSIC! Favorite is Glass shattering of Stone Cold Steve Austin! Instant recharge!

kfitz said...

rap/hip hop

Brayson87 said...

As I get older more industrial to my surprise. Today's new rock sounds like mopey hippy sh!t, there's no edge to it. Accidentally listened to an older rock station, jeez even older rock makes the new stuff look like Nerf balls, The Tubes singing about a peep show girl and Aerosmith talking about eating the rich, now that's edgy.

MountainMama said...

Classic Rock

herbert arnold said...

rock and jazz

Flashy Vic said...

Old hard rock

Dena said...

New alternative & old new wave

momo said...

Rock

Mozart said...

Tom Waits. He's his own genre.

Ann said...

Classic rock.

Vita said...

Love some in all genres, but by percentages, classic rock/pop/older alternative probably win out

Phelps said...

19th century Germans, mostly.

E said...

Broadway show tunes and opera. I know how old that sounds!

Dahling said...

Classic Rock. Def.

Nosey Parker said...

Classic Rock and Blues

I'm a waitress and I served The Edge in Jan. I was surprised that the young 20-somethings at work didn't know U2.

Super Comic Fun Time! said...

Opera/Classical/TV themes like Lost in Space and The Prisoner

Nutty_Flavor said...

Yeah, I hang with a lot of teenagers and they have no idea who U2 is.

(Showed one U2's "New Year's Day" live video on Jan 1 of this year and she turned away within the first minute. "Too slow, and too much 80s dancing," she said.)

The teens I know love Queen, Bowie, the Beatles, and Michael Jackson, along with current stars like Ariana, Hozier, Bruno Mars, Imagine Dragons. They also seem to like musicals - Grease, Lil' Shop of Horrors, Hamilton, even Sound of Music.

Another 80s star who they have no interest in is Madonna.

Tuesdi said...

If left to my own devices I listen to a LOT of Rat Pack music...Dean, Frank, Sammy etc. Otherwise random older alternative stuff...Pavement etc. I'm not afraid to admit I like 70's Pop ..

Unknown said...

Classical/Opera mostly as well as David Bowie and The Libertines.

DRK said...

Jamband (Phish, Grateful Dead, String Cheese Incident, Widespread Panic)

Sd Auntie said...

Alternative, Americana and 70 soul, 80s. Brazillian music too

Low Key said...

Metal and 80s British pop.
Some punk.

John Gilchrist Lodge said...

Rock.

Valerie said...

Tom Waits, who defies categorization.

Trapped said...

60-90’s pop, rock and soul it’s all mixed and I can drive for hours enjoying REAL musicians
Not autotune singers

HiThere said...

Disco/EDM/House music. Dance-pop, basically

AbbyRock said...

Classic rock from 60's-90's

Nosey Parker said...

Many of the 60's/70's albums were really preformed The Wrecking Crew. The bands given credit learned to play the music AFTER the albums were released. http://www.magpictures.com/thewreckingcrew/

Nosey Parker said...

I meant ...by The Wrecking Crew

Glitter said...

60's and 70's oldies.

Kansa said...

Brasilian. Bossa Nova is the most relaxing music ever. It always puts me in a good mood. And Samba is the most fun.

hiyosilvergirl said...

1960s pop/rock, classic country, 40s standards

Motörhead said...

Gregorian Chant and Primal Screaming depending on mood.

DarylsBigFan said...

Eclectic.
Last nite I made a 70s folk rock mix. Gordon Lightfoot, CSN, America, James Taylor .
Night before that I played Broadway stuff and vintage country.
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ihsahn77 said...

Black Metal.

CityGirl said...

R&B/Soul

the haggis said...

Everything from Napalm Death to Miles Davis.

Velvet said...

Classical music when I need to think of a solution. Fleetwood Mac when I need to up my mood.

PapayaSF said...

Shoegaze, dream pop, indie, EDM/dance. Check out https://decayfm.com/ for good shoegaze.

Pogue Mahone said...

Reggae but I also love rock, blues, metal,etc.. anything except for country.

PghGirl said...

Blues

OKay said...

I like a lot of 'em, but classic/hard rock is my jam.

Bubbles said...

Indie

Violet617 said...

Whatever Depeche Mode, Killing Joke, Bauhaus, The Smiths, The Cure, New Order, etc is.

Mhdz said...

Punk rock

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emeraldcity said...

Mostly classical and easy listening intrumental for long spells. A short dose of Latin or up beat classic 80's/90's for a lift.

luckythewondercat said...

Jazz, blues, bossa nova, zydeco. Stan Getz, Sergio Mendes and Brasil 66, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Amy Winehouse and Eva Cassidy for starters.

Unknown said...

Grunge, love me some Alice In Chains. Funny tho, it’s not my era. It’s more my kids era.

mud said...

i will listen to anything.

MissHanigan said...

WHAT? ;)

ron hobbs said...

King Crimson- going to see them in September.

Jazz

Sagan said...

60s-70s classic rock

TownChica said...

Metal

Melissa MM said...

Classic rock/pop 70's-2000's
Japanese rock/pop
Latin american rock
Actually obsessed with Motley Crüe and Survivor.

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