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    Dark Metal.

    Cradle of Filth, Marilyn Manson, Children of Bodom.

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    Cool Classic rock

    If its not at least 20 years old don't even turn it on.
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    IN OMNIA PARATUS

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    Quote Originally Posted by loudsixstring View Post
    Southern fried rock. Skynyrd, Outlaws, Allman Bros, Doobies. Also Pink Floyd and of course Zeppelin.
    Me too....PLUS:

    Texas Country - Pat Green, Corey Morrow, Robert Earl Keen (etc.)

    Old Country - Willie, Waylon, & the Boys, etc.

    80's & 90's metal - Pantera, Metallica, Megadeath, etc.

    I completely despise rap, hiphop, and R&B

    I can't stand Top 40
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    I listen to a wide varity of music from Metallica (whos new album comes out tomorrow), Pantera, slipknot to Hank Jr, Brad Paisley, and Carrie Underwood (ok I lied, I just enjoy her videos).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mes0hemi View Post
    I listen to a wide varity of music from Metallica (whos new album comes out tomorrow), Pantera, slipknot to Hank Jr, Brad Paisley, and Carrie Underwood (ok I lied, I just enjoy her videos).
    good music choices!!!!

    Also thanks for quoting my BFF

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    I have a deep, dark secret to reveal. Every once in a while, I enjoy listening to Fear Factory, a heavy metal band. My favorite FF songs are Trauma, Demanufacture, Self Bias Resistor, Archetype, Slave Labor, and Obsolete. Anyone else? Actually, I don't understand a single word that's being said in any of their songs; I just think that the drumbeat is awesome, and that's primarily what I listen to them for.

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    i like alot of

    different music as well, but my tastes run to music i can sing with and that means usually oldies. i love'em and patsy cline, jim reeves, i think the golden era for music was the 50's and early 60's. beach boys everly brothers, i even enjoy Dean Martin. you can keep Frank, though. TheEagles last album was really good. i do not enjoy rap/hip hop as to me it makes no sense and advocates violence. i guess that is why most of them that i know of have a rap sheet as long as my left arm and why so many of them are in the ground,having been shot and killed by another "brother". i even enjoy big band sound from the WWII era. HK, do you remember "the cat who chewed your new shoes?!! hahahaha!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boris View Post
    different music as well, but my tastes run to music i can sing with and that means usually oldies. i love'em and patsy cline, jim reeves, i think the golden era for music was the 50's and early 60's. beach boys everly brothers, i even enjoy Dean Martin. you can keep Frank, though. TheEagles last album was really good. i do not enjoy rap/hip hop as to me it makes no sense and advocates violence. i guess that is why most of them that i know of have a rap sheet as long as my left arm and why so many of them are in the ground,having been shot and killed by another "brother". i even enjoy big band sound from the WWII era. HK, do you remember "the cat who chewed your new shoes?!! hahahaha!!!
    How could I forget?
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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