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10-11-2012, 09:03 PM
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Listening to 'Triumph' right now. Digging it, probably would like it more with headphones.

Dubstep sounds like a dial-up tone. **** that.
Agreed 100%.

I'm a heavy metal guy; Iron Maiden, Metallica, Megadeth, Queensryche, Helloween, etc.

I also like hard rock; Van Halen, AC/DC, etc. and some classic rock like The Doors, Led Zeppelin and Johnny Cash.

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Anybody else watch the VP debate tonight? I loved that ****-eating grin Biden had on his face the whole time. Also think Ryan burned him pretty well with the "I think the VP knows that sometimes the words don't come out the right way" or however he worded that

As for music, it's all about 90s rock, everything from grunge to alternative.

90s hip-hop? Biggie and the east coast all day.

Dubstep? I have my opinions on. I like most forms of music, but dubstep is something I could never get into. I'll never doubt the talents it takes to make any form of music, however. Nor will I try to impose my views on others.

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Im mostly into Rap and Techno but I can tolerate rock. I can't stand metal and country

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10-11-2012, 09:43 PM
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Anybody else watch the VP debate tonight? I loved that ****-eating grin Biden had on his face the whole time. Also think Ryan burned him pretty well with the "I think the VP knows that sometimes the words don't come out the right way" or however he worded that

As for music, it's all about 90s rock, everything from grunge to alternative.

90s hip-hop? Biggie and the east coast all day.

Dubstep? I have my opinions on. I like most forms of music, but dubstep is something I could never get into. I'll never doubt the talents it takes to make any form of music, however. Nor will I try to impose my views on others.
A little Nirvana?

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Anybody else watch the VP debate tonight? I loved that ****-eating grin Biden had on his face the whole time. Also think Ryan burned him pretty well with the "I think the VP knows that sometimes the words don't come out the right way" or however he worded that

As for music, it's all about 90s rock, everything from grunge to alternative.

90s hip-hop? Biggie and the east coast all day.

Dubstep? I have my opinions on. I like most forms of music, but dubstep is something I could never get into. I'll never doubt the talents it takes to make any form of music, however. Nor will I try to impose my views on others.
2 things about the debate:
1. The moderator was ****ing assisting both sides which was pissing me off
2. Biden's laugh at every other thing Ryan was saying was just plain rude IMO

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Im mostly into Rap and Techno but I can tolerate rock. I can't stand metal and country
I can't stand country either.

What kind of metal have you listened to?

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A little Nirvana?
Absolutely, among the many other greats from that era. Too many to name.

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2 things about the debate:
1. The moderator was ****ing assisting both sides which was pissing me off
2. Biden's laugh at every other thing Ryan was saying was just plain rude IMO
Agreed, Biden was kind of a ******. I was talking more when he wasn't making any noises, or trying to interrupt Ryan when Ryan was supposed to have his two minutes to himself. Just the casual smile that he was wearing on his face for the first half of the debate I thought was classic Biden (could be a good or bad thing, read between the lines folks )

I thought the moderator did a much better job tonight than Jim Lehrer did the other night (not hard at all, obviously). But I thought she was much tougher on Ryan than she was on Biden, she really grilled him at some points IMHO.

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I can't stand country either.

What kind of metal have you listened to?
the kids I used to chill with listened to Metallica and stuff like that, couldn't stand it. The rock I like is Led and the Beatles really. idk if you would categorize them as rock, but I used to listen to Linkin Park, Fall out Boy, and All American Rejects

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Absolutely, among the many other greats from that era. Too many to name.



Agreed, Biden was kind of a ******. I was talking more when he wasn't making any noises, or trying to interrupt Ryan when Ryan was supposed to have his two minutes to himself. Just the casual smile that he was wearing on his face for the first half of the debate I thought was classic Biden (could be a good or bad thing, read between the lines folks )

I thought the moderator did a much better job tonight than Jim Lehrer did the other night (not hard at all, obviously). But I thought she was much tougher on Ryan than she was on Biden, she really grilled him at some points IMHO.
the moderator from last time was just there really tbh, he was a complete pushover

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the kids I used to chill with listened to Metallica and stuff like that, couldn't stand it. The rock I like is Led and the Beatles really. idk if you would categorize them as rock, but I used to listen to Linkin Park, Fall out Boy, and All American Rejects
Metallica is thrash metal... ever listen to plain old heavy metal, like Iron Maiden or Judas Priest?

Zeppelin is classic.

Those bands you named are more punk-ish.

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I like everything, sans dubstep and modern pop. **** modern pop, I wouldn't wipe my ass with that ****.

Prog rock, old school hip hop, and early to mid 90s music are my most prominently played.

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Absolutely, among the many other greats from that era. Too many to name.
I just thought of one: Spoonman by Soundgarden.

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I like everything.

Prog rock, old school hip hop, and early to mid 90s music are my most prominently played.
What kind of bands do you like that are progressive rock? I only know of Queensryche, (later) Iron Maiden and Dream Theatre.

As far as old-school rap goes:


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Metallica is thrash metal... ever listen to plain old heavy metal, like Iron Maiden or Judas Priest?

Zeppelin is classic.

Those bands you named are more punk-ish.
dont like either of them and ohh

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What kind of bands do you like that are progressive rock? I only know of Queensryche, (later) Iron Maiden and Dream Theatre.
Pink Floyd, Genesis, Rush, King Crimson, Queen. There are a lot of great prog rock bands from the 60s/70s.

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Pink Floyd, Genesis, Rush, King Crimson, Queen. There are a lot of great prog rock bands from the 60s/70s.
Genesis has some solid songs.

Rush is great.

Queen is great.

Don't know of King Crimson.

You won't like me for this, but I think Pink Floyd isn't really all that good.

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Genesis has some solid songs.

Rush is great.

Queen is great.

Don't know of King Crimson.

You won't like me for this, but I think Pink Floyd isn't really all that good.
If you don't like Pink Floyd, don't bother with King Crimson. They're like a less polished Floyd.

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I would hope not.

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I just thought of one: Spoonman by Soundgarden.
Anything by Soundgarden really. Again, among WAY too many to name. But if you're looking for great grunge from the 90s, PM me. I'll educate you.

Also a huge fan of old school hip hop. (to avoid naming the ever popular ones that always get mentioned like Biggie and Pac) A tribe called quest, Eric B. and Rakim, KRS-One, PM Dawn (though they're probably more R&B)

I always try to figure out, when I'm reminiscing on the good old days of the 90s, if I just loved those days because they were actually better; or because during those days I was just a kid with no responsibilities. When it's 2040 or whatever will I look back on the 00s and 10s as shambles compared to the 90s? Or will they have caught up by then. Who knows.

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If you don't like Pink Floyd, don't bother with King Crimson. They're like a less polished Floyd.
Do I need to warm up to Floyd? I haven't really sat down and listen to their songs, but have just heard them occasionally on the radio.

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I would hope not.
Same. I was just wondering if anyone does.

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Do I need to warm up to Floyd? I haven't really sat down and listen to their songs, but have just heard them occasionally on the radio.
Yes. They're a very unique band with a very unique sound. It's hard to just listen to a Pink Floyd song on the radio and get into it. You have to actually listen and think while the music plays. Get a good set of headphones and listen to Dark Side of the Moon in full, and in succession. Do the same with The Wall.

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