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Postby OmniStrata » Sat Jul 06, 2002 9:51 am

Note: dont' tell me, "I like music videos that..."

I don't want that.

I'm just wondering what "speed/tempo" of songs do you people listen too?

Yes, mood can be the setting and if you say "EVERYTHING", that's fine as well. Ye who have no preferences...

Normally, when I'm driving, I like faster songs with dance/techno feel to them.

At home, either morning/night, I get the medium-slow songs on my cd player...

Afternoons, I'm usually driving so that's already mentioned.

So? What's your style!?

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Postby mexicanjunior » Sat Jul 06, 2002 10:07 am

Actually, I listen to alot of sports radio while driving. =P When I'm listening to music, it's usually some poppy 80's compilation.
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Postby Chaos Angel » Sat Jul 06, 2002 11:54 am

I listen to a bit of everything whenever I listen to music,. I can switch from Rammstein to Dido at the drop of a hat. Queensryche and Natalie Imbruglia are right next to each other on my mix discs. I'll go from Cowboy Bebop OST to Foo Fighters.

The only thing I can't stand is, with some exceptions, rap, hip-hop, country, and anything similar to Britney Spears, N*Sync, and Linkin Park.

Other than that, I can listen to anything at anytime. I'm easy to please.
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Postby SarahtheBoring » Sat Jul 06, 2002 12:11 pm

A range, but my favorites are:

- mopey slow-ish rock (along the lines of Radiohead)
- insanely peppy electronic pop (if you've heard Depeche Mode's "Just Can't Get Enough", that fits, though I don't like that particular song too well)
- a little bit of more modern electronic-flavored pop, which can be either chill-out slow (think Massive Attack if you've heard them) or caffeinated fast (many people know Republica's "Ready to Go", enough said).

With a good amount of mid-range stuff, around the Dave Matthews Band point in the scale, and a liiiittle bit of RAWK!!!! stuff now and then.

All depends on mood. :)
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Postby ladydx » Sat Jul 06, 2002 12:40 pm

Driving: usually things like techno, Offspring, Metallica
Home: depending on my mood..good mood: Def Lepard, Poison, Warrant, 80's pop...
when I'm in a semi sad, thinking about things mood..Dobie Gray, Fleetwood Mack, BB King, Dusty Springfield.
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Postby priuscomet » Sun Jul 07, 2002 2:00 am

IF i'm driving...i listen to something mellow cuz if i listen to my usual crap i'd get road rage in an instant.

home: punk...rock...alternative...rap...you know, the usual

well, i think that covers everything right? i mean, the only time i listen to music is when i'm at home or in the car...cuz between that i'm sleepin or hangin out somewhere where listening to music isnt' so needed. bah...i dont' know wat i just said... basta! home and car is where i mostly listen to music and i basically listen to everything but country.
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Postby Kerydwenn » Sun Jul 07, 2002 8:35 am

In the car... lots of anime music, especially Bubblegum Crisis for when we're on the highway ^_^

At home, all and anything, depending n my mood - celtic music when working on my novel, because it fits the mood, or punk or progressive rock when posting.

At work, mainly classical music - I don't have a sound card on my workstation, so i have to use the regular CD player and headphones. This kind of music covers the spectrophotometer's annoying noises without breaking my ears :p
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Postby Eek-1 » Sun Jul 07, 2002 9:07 am

I prefer to listen to slow music and sometimes electronic, but not always. Depends on the environment & mood

driving - long distance or heavy traffic: anything loud
Linkin Park, Def Leppard, 2PAC, Sepultura (Roots), Offsprings

driving - highway: house trance, eurobeat or similar
ie GateCrashers, DDR 2nd mix, chemical bros

feeling blue, or alone at night: classical pop, ballad, slow rock or any instrumental
ie Boye Be OST, Vanessa Mae, Air Supply, Lighthouse family


All time favs (that I listen frequently) : Firehouse, MLTR, Propellerheads
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Postby TobinHood » Mon Jul 08, 2002 12:29 am

80's, dance and rock are my preferences but I'll listen to anything that isn't rap or punk pretty much.
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Postby Rozard » Mon Jul 08, 2002 12:54 am

Usually when I'm in the car I'm listening to a local talk radio station. They have long commercial breaks (They're very popular), so I either switch it over to the alternative rock, classic rock, or oldies stations.
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Postby moooooo » Mon Jul 08, 2002 1:11 am

ek1 wrote:I prefer to listen to slow music and sometimes electronic, but not always. Depends on the environment & mood

driving - long distance or heavy traffic: anything loud
Linkin Park, Def Leppard, 2PAC, Sepultura (Roots), Offsprings

driving - highway: house trance, eurobeat or similar
ie GateCrashers, DDR 2nd mix, chemical bros

feeling blue, or alone at night: classical pop, ballad, slow rock or any instrumental
ie Boye Be OST, Vanessa Mae, Air Supply, Lighthouse family


All time favs (that I listen frequently) : Firehouse, MLTR, Propellerheads


lol, if I was in heavy traffic listening to roots by sepultura that would not be a good situation.
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