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Hmm..that is tough. I love great music; there is always a time/place for any genre of music. No guilty pleasures for me, although when I was younger and did care of such petty things like what others thought about the music I listened to. With that said, I remember I would be bumping Mizuki Nana in my car and then change it to something else as soon as I would meet up with friends to smoke a blunt. lmao



Yeah, I got some anime music on my iPod/iTunes collection. Some really good music to be found there. But I will not play that stuff when driving around in a car. lol no, I'm not gonna go driving around my country town and surrounding area with that stuff.


Some people will do it. But some people will wear fursuits in public, too!


Dude if you like the music, why hide it?

Lemme tell you, I live in Los Angeles; Lynwood/ South Gate area (for those unfamiliar with the area, pretty much it's a pretty shitty place to live) and in the neighborhood I live in there is always asshats that just kick it in front of their houses on the sidewalk, some of them do not even live on that street. I was coming home from work pretty late at night, so I pulled up in front of my house to unlock the gate to my driveway and this one dude walked up to me trying to start shit bout the music I was listening to (I was listening to King Diamond) but he got into my personal space. I wont say what I did, because I'm not telling this story to brag. But he learned a lesson that night and I never saw that guy again. I guess the reason why I wouldn't play certain music out loud in front of everyone was because I did not want others to think I was weak. I soon then realized I just shouldn't give a fuck.
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Quite a few songs by Celine Dion...Lol.

Let's Talk about Love etc. XD
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Anything by the Cranberries, But here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ejga4kJUts for shits and giggles.
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Dubnoman wrote:


DAN213 wrote:


Hmm..that is tough. I love great music; there is always a time/place for any genre of music. No guilty pleasures for me, although when I was younger and did care of such petty things like what others thought about the music I listened to. With that said, I remember I would be bumping Mizuki Nana in my car and then change it to something else as soon as I would meet up with friends to smoke a blunt. lmao



Yeah, I got some anime music on my iPod/iTunes collection. Some really good music to be found there. But I will not play that stuff when driving around in a car. lol no, I'm not gonna go driving around my country town and surrounding area with that stuff.


Some people will do it. But some people will wear fursuits in public, too!


Dude if you like the music, why hide it?

Lemme tell you, I live in Los Angeles; Lynwood/ South Gate area (for those unfamiliar with the area, pretty much it's a pretty shitty place to live) and in the neighborhood I live in there is always asshats that just kick it in front of their houses on the sidewalk, some of them do not even live on that street. I was coming home from work pretty late at night, so I pulled up in front of my house to unlock the gate to my driveway and this one dude walked up to me trying to start shit bout the music I was listening to (I was listening to King Diamond) but he got into my personal space. I wont say what I did, because I'm not telling this story to brag. But he learned a lesson that night and I never saw that guy again. I guess the reason why I wouldn't play certain music out loud in front of everyone was because I did not want others to think I was weak. I soon then realized I just shouldn't give a fuck.



A lot of people say we shouldn't care what others think about us, but people really should. You don't have to be extreme with it and let it control everything about you, but I'm not for not caring what others think about me AT ALL to the point that I'm listening to something like "Let Me Be With You" from Chobits while driving in a rough part of town or in some nearby city like Boston. I mean, do your own thing no matter what no matter where and you are bound to get some shit from some people. I mean it can even come down to scary confrontations and getting your ass kicked.

I mean, case in point, if you love to fursuit around town and live in San Francisco, you'll probably be fine. Lots of locals will probably love you. But if you are one of those people who have the mantra of "don't give a fuck what others think about you" and think it'd be a great idea to fursuit in Detroit or the Bronx if you really felt like it...yeah...we'll see you in the hospital.

Likewise, I can skip driving around my local communities listening to anime music with the windows down. I'd rather not get harassed (by some ignoramus, but harassed I'd be nonetheless), or have a local hick scratch up my car with their keys or a knife.
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not your kind of people by Garbage.
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Pocket Calculator by Kraftwerk

German techno song from 1981

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSBybJGZoCU

Yes, you could argue it has a 'fruity flavor', but I love this song (from a very good album, too)

Ah, that's a great album. Excellent, fun song. My fav. off that album is Home Computer - http://youtu.be/bu55q_3YtOY, but all the songs are great. Solid collection.



My favorite songs are the last three tracks of the album (listed in order of track sequence: Computer Love, Home Computer, It's More Fun to Compute). Really, all seven songs are good and together make up a very good album. Something I really like about the album is how it is not just an enjoyable listen, but how it is a very good techno album, taking into consideration the year it released (1981).
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Pretty much any Ashlee Simpson song (I have two of her albums), but if we have to be specific: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKyGyXlHS9Y
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I don't know what it is I like about this song. I know it's horrible but I just can't work out without listening to it at least once.
Kinda ashamed

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"Like Wow!" by Leslie Carter and "Walk the Dinosaur" by Was (Not Was)... but only because I don't want to be accused of being too mainstream.
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I used to consider J-Pop and K-Pop my guilty pleasures but now that's it really all I listen to it's like the word guilty has lost its meaning.



I know what you mean. That's the same for me.

When someone catch me listening to J-Pop or anime music or watching a music video, they laugh and they always say something like "What the fuck Japan!" Usually I don't want to start explaining why I love this kind of music (because there is no explanation; I just love it and that's all) so I just say "I know I've got weird tastes sometimes lol" while my head says "But... I love that song... ;_;" I don't feel guilty for listening to J-Pop and anime music anymore, but I just don't like when people ask me what kind of music I like because I hate having to explain.

Anyway, I DO have a guilty pleasure J-Pop song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0hZSxRbros
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Posted 8/4/14

Dubnoman wrote:


DAN213 wrote:


Dubnoman wrote:


DAN213 wrote:


Hmm..that is tough. I love great music; there is always a time/place for any genre of music. No guilty pleasures for me, although when I was younger and did care of such petty things like what others thought about the music I listened to. With that said, I remember I would be bumping Mizuki Nana in my car and then change it to something else as soon as I would meet up with friends to smoke a blunt. lmao



Yeah, I got some anime music on my iPod/iTunes collection. Some really good music to be found there. But I will not play that stuff when driving around in a car. lol no, I'm not gonna go driving around my country town and surrounding area with that stuff.


Some people will do it. But some people will wear fursuits in public, too!


Dude if you like the music, why hide it?

Lemme tell you, I live in Los Angeles; Lynwood/ South Gate area (for those unfamiliar with the area, pretty much it's a pretty shitty place to live) and in the neighborhood I live in there is always asshats that just kick it in front of their houses on the sidewalk, some of them do not even live on that street. I was coming home from work pretty late at night, so I pulled up in front of my house to unlock the gate to my driveway and this one dude walked up to me trying to start shit bout the music I was listening to (I was listening to King Diamond) but he got into my personal space. I wont say what I did, because I'm not telling this story to brag. But he learned a lesson that night and I never saw that guy again. I guess the reason why I wouldn't play certain music out loud in front of everyone was because I did not want others to think I was weak. I soon then realized I just shouldn't give a fuck.



A lot of people say we shouldn't care what others think about us, but people really should. You don't have to be extreme with it and let it control everything about you, but I'm not for not caring what others think about me AT ALL to the point that I'm listening to something like "Let Me Be With You" from Chobits while driving in a rough part of town or in some nearby city like Boston. I mean, do your own thing no matter what no matter where and you are bound to get some shit from some people. I mean it can even come down to scary confrontations and getting your ass kicked.

I mean, case in point, if you love to fursuit around town and live in San Francisco, you'll probably be fine. Lots of locals will probably love you. But if you are one of those people who have the mantra of "don't give a fuck what others think about you" and think it'd be a great idea to fursuit in Detroit or the Bronx if you really felt like it...yeah...we'll see you in the hospital.

Likewise, I can skip driving around my local communities listening to anime music with the windows down. I'd rather not get harassed (by some ignoramus, but harassed I'd be nonetheless), or have a local hick scratch up my car with their keys or a knife.


My apologies Dubnoman, I did not take your feelings into consideration.
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Posted 8/4/14 , edited 8/4/14

DAN213 wrote:

My apologies Dubnoman, I did not take your feelings into consideration.



Nah, it sounds angrier than I was (wasn't angry, actually). But it was a rant...and...I kinda had some of those things to say for awhile. Over the years I've seen some people say "don't care what others think about you" and honestly, I've seen many of them specifically say "don't give a fuck what others think about you", but...I just don't agree with it. You don't want one extreme (caring too much what others think of you), but I think you can argue that not caring at all about what others think about you can lead to problems a lot of times.
Posted 8/6/14 , edited 8/6/14
Some songs with Nightcore remix.
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Posted 8/9/14
Anything by Aqua
Anything by Toy-Box
Ponponpon
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Posted 8/11/14 , edited 8/11/14
My guilty pleasure song is http://youtu.be/DEC8nqT6Rrk
by Miles Davis one the greatest American Jazz musician ever.
Also http://youtu.be/IlDjEd8gAkI LOL don't judge (^_^)
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