Half of it I do not even get around to listen to. But, nevertheless, I have tons of work by The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, The Doors, The Beatles, CCR, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Yes, Jethro Tull, Black Sabbath, Janis Joplin, Green Day, Nirvana and countless others. Most of it is classic and alternative rock.
Everything. Except Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, Katy Perry, Lil Wayne, One Direction, Drake, Soulja Boy, Wiz Khalifa, rap crap, pop sh*t, dubstep, basically anything that involves only vocals (likely autotuned) and/or artificial pseudo-instruments (computer).
Besides that, I have a little of everything. Actually, I don't have any jazz or anything pre-1970, either.
So classic rock, basically? How that constitutes "everything" is beyond me.
Modern rock as well. I don't have a problem with music that sounds somewhat electronic, as long as it is actually played from real instruments. I'd rather listen to music with heavily distorted/modified guitar, than some fake guitar sh*t that was whipped up on a computer (like most pop nowadays). A good example is Device's new self titled album:
Distorted instruments, but at least it is music that can be played on stage. I mainly hate pop in that it isn't a real concert performance. Any music where all the sound is coming from the members on stage with instruments, I have no problem with. However, when you have rap or pop artists playing live, you have just them on stage. Maybe a few dancers as well, but no performers. The artificial beat and background music from the song simply broadcast over the speakers, because they aren't made by an instrument. That is my main hate. They cannot be recreated by instruments in front of a crowd, therefore, it shouldn't be played off as a real live performance, because only the vocal element is live, nothing else.
1. The Doors - Five to One 2. A Flock of Seagulls - I Ran 3. Big Audio Dynamite - The Globe 4. The Clash - Should I Stay or Should I Go? 5. Dire Straits - Money for Nothing 6. Russell Morris - The Real Thing 7. The Cure - Friday (I'm in Love) 8. Praire Cartel - Homicide 9. Talking Heads - Road to Nowhere 10. Bee Gees - Spicks and Specks
pretty much everything recorded by MUSE and from there any tracks I gave a 5 star rating on iTunes as my iPod can't fit my entire library.
snow patrol the killers (mainly hot fuss album) bon jovi queen INXS Marilyn manson Oasis Bowie Kasabian My chemical romance Linkin Park A collection of classic rock and 80s pop and some new wave including lots of tracks from various GTA sound-tracks including 3 from the russian station in GTA IV oh and 3 tracks from spotted hyena (yes) and tracks from the deathnote soundtrack (L's themes, Kira's theme, Near's these, mello's themes) and 2 tracks from maximum the hormone (japanese heavy metal)
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8gb iphone 4... can't carry too much. Only have full albums though, no 1 song from an album bs or anything.
Alice In Chains (BGWTB, Dirt, Sap) Daft Punk (Get Lucky, Homework, Discovery) Faith No More (Angel Dust, The Real Thing) Foo Fighters (Self titled) Led Zeppelin (Song Remains The Same, Physical Graffiti) Mastodon (Leviathan) Megadeth (Rust In Peace) Metallica (KEA, RtL, MoP, AJFA) Nirvana (Nevermind) The Offspring (Americana) Pearl Jam (Ten) A Perfect Circle (Mer De Noms, Thirteenth Step) Rage Against The Machine (Self titled) Red Hot Chili Peppers (BSSM, Californication) Slayer (Reign In Blood) Soundgarden (Badmotorfinger, Superunknown, Down On The Upside, King Animal) Stone Temple Pilots (Core) The Sword (Age of Winters, Gods of the Earth) System of a Down (Mezmerize) Temple of The Dog (Self titled) Testament (The Ritual) Tool (Undertow, Lateralus) The Who (Who's Next)
This post has been edited by JuventusFC on Friday, Apr 19 2013, 09:25
My top 10 songs that rule Most Played. I know you would despise about this, but I'm mostly a modern and 80s music fanatic.
Hall of Fame - The Script
Glowing - The Script
Nasa Iyo Na Ang Lahat - Daniel Padilla
Daylight - Maroon 5
Titanium - David Guetta
Payphone - Maroon 5
The Man Who Can't Be Moved - The Script
Kiss You - One Direction
22 - Taylor Swift
This Love - Maroon 5
I have tons of artists that fill my Classic which includes Santana, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Elton John, The Script, ABBA, Lady GaGa, Maroon 5, One Direction, Daniel Padilla, Gloc-9, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez, Michael Jackson, Led Zeppelin, Michael Buble, Disturbed, Gym Class Heroes, etc. too many too list though.
To actually answer what I listen to, rather than wide genres, my Nano is packed full of Avenged Sevenfold, Bullet For My Valentine, As I Lay Dying, Disturbed, Foo Fighters, Green Day, Godsmack, My Chemical Romance, Nirvana, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, Guns N Roses, Van Halen, Ozzy Osbourne, Papa Roach, Rise Against, Three Days Grace, and Eminem. (only rap artist I have more than one song of)
EDIT: Also, iPods are another retarded overpriced Apple markup. I use a Sony Walkman NWZ-E354. Essentially the same as a Nano, but less than half the price. Music, HD video, 8GB.
This post has been edited by fatal1ty619 on Monday, Apr 22 2013, 13:01
Rolling Stones, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, The Doors, The Who, Sons of Anarchy Soundtrack, Pink Floyd, White Buffallo, Jake Bugg, The Beatles, Metallica, Slipknot, Pantera, Stone Sour, Wu Tang Clan, Jedi Mind Tricks and some Walking Dead episodes.
I have 114 songs, which includes K-ON songs, (HED) P.E. songs, Metallica songs, some Nirvana, and many more. Plus I have 1 video, which is Shed a Tear by Nigahiga. It was funny, so I can't help but to add it to my iPhone.
Adema, Asking Alexandria, Avenged Sevenfold, Bad Company, Chevelle, Cinderella, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Crossfade, The Cult, Def Leppard, Dio, Disturbed, Drowning Pool, Finger Eleven, Five Finger Death Punch, Foreigner, Foster The People, Godsmack, Golden Earring, Guns 'N Roses, Jason Aldean, Judas Priest, Kiss, Korn, Slipknot, Limp Bizkit, Linkin Park, Luke Bryan, Lynch Mob, Motley Crue, Motorhead, Mudvayne, Static-X, Nickelback, Nirvana, The Outlaws, Ozzy Osbourne, Pink, Pantera, Pearl Jam, Papa Roach, Three Days Grace, Saving Abel, Creed, Metallica, Lynyrd Skynyrd, ZZ Top, Twisted Sister, Eminem, Zak Brown Band, Saliva, Sevendust, Shinedown, Skid Row, Skillet, System of a Down, Taproot, Thin Lizzy, Triumph, Staind, P.O.D., Hoobastank, Everclear, Hole, Simple Plan, 3 Doors Down, Our Lady Peace, Collective Soul, Bush, Live, Fuel, Oasis, Black Sabbath, Marilyn Manson, Black Label Society, The Union Underground, Otep, Nonpoint, Hatebreed, Systematic, Pure Rubbish, American Head Charge, Jackyl, Styx, Whitesnake, Megadeth, Powerman 5000, Stone Sour, Tool, Rage Against The Machine, Rammstein, Skrillex
That's all of the artists/bands on my iPod. Yes, I took the time (10 minutes) to type all of those.
I have upwards of 10,000 tracks but most of it is underground hip-hop, reggae and generic American indie, which I never listen to anymore. I should cull the list seeing as how the only bands I listen to these days are The Libertines, The Smiths, The Mountain Goats, Oasis, Suede, Belle and Sebastian, Pulp, Bright Eyes, Manic Street Preachers and Death Cab for Cutie.
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