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Hotel California, The Eagles.

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Nu-metal. Linkin Park, Trapt, Korn, Limp Bizkit. I was raised on that. I still love it.

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Irishsushi wrote:

II had a terrible taste in music when I was younger I thank my lucky stars my cousin showed me The Black Dahlia Murder.


No fun. I claimed liking of the Barbie Song. I will even add in a Backstreet Boys. Your turn to share ^^

Edit: Dear god I feel old now. I remember I was listening to it on a Cassette player... It was a high end one too! It could rewind! Back then you had to use a pen to do it fairly often X)


You dont understand im trying to save you from the horrors of what I listened to, but if you must know. . .
Blue- Effiel 59
All sorts of 60's-70's music
Kenny Loggins
Santana
eventually I entered the "starting to find my music taste" period It was filled with shitty emo rock like Three Days Grace and Linkin Park (not as bad) All the songs on the Rock radio station I listened too.
THERE HAPPY??? jk
Posted 7/25/15
Marilyn Manson
NiN
Slipknot
Linkin Park
Britney Spears
Backstreet Boys
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Irishsushi wrote:


Dark_Alma wrote:


Irishsushi wrote:

II had a terrible taste in music when I was younger I thank my lucky stars my cousin showed me The Black Dahlia Murder.


No fun. I claimed liking of the Barbie Song. I will even add in a Backstreet Boys. Your turn to share ^^

Edit: Dear god I feel old now. I remember I was listening to it on a Cassette player... It was a high end one too! It could rewind! Back then you had to use a pen to do it fairly often X)


You dont understand im trying to save you from the horrors of what I listened to, but if you must know. . .
Blue- Effiel 59
All sorts of 60's-70's music
Kenny Loggins
Santana
eventually I entered the "starting to find my music taste" period It was filled with shitty emo rock like Three Days Grace and Linkin Park (not as bad) All the songs on the Rock radio station I listened too.
THERE HAPPY??? jk


Very happy! The top two selections are pretty good!

Kenny and Santana are okay, I have definitely done worse!

My guilty pleasure is Everytime We Touch or Mr. Saxobeat. Mostly because they remind me of my friend and I just bsing for hours on end =p
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Very happy! The top two selections are pretty good!

Kenny and Santana are okay, I have definitely done worse!

My guilty pleasure is Everytime We Touch or Mr. Saxobeat. Mostly because they remind me of my friend and I just bsing for hours on end =p


Holy Everytime We touch XD I still like that song. Its so rdiculous haha do remember https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mGBaXPlri8 ?
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Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" .I'm Mr Blue,Seven little girls sittin' in the back seat.


Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah... Memories there! I feel like I saw that in some Disney movies?

Also (for some reason) makes me think of Witch Doctor's - Ooh Eeh Ooh Ah Aah Ting Tang Walla Walla Bin

I haven't heard of either of the other two songs, gotta look them up later!


Check out Song of the South .Just a little disclaimer.It's generally considered quite racist.The song Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah won an Academy award in 1947.I'm Mr. Blue was the Fleetwoods,and Seven Little Girls was performed by Evans and the Curls.My parents had about seven 45's.The one just mentioned and a collection of Sousa's marches.It's all we had for about 5 years.
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Dark_Alma wrote:


pirththee wrote:

Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" .I'm Mr Blue,Seven little girls sittin' in the back seat.


Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah... Memories there! I feel like I saw that in some Disney movies?

Also (for some reason) makes me think of Witch Doctor's - Ooh Eeh Ooh Ah Aah Ting Tang Walla Walla Bin

I haven't heard of either of the other two songs, gotta look them up later!


Check out Song of the South .Just a little disclaimer.It's generally considered quite racist.The song Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah won an Academy award in 1947.I'm Mr. Blue was the Fleetwoods,and Seven Little Girls was performed by Evans and the Curls.My parents had about seven 45's.The one just mentioned and a collection of Sousa's marches.It's all we had for about 5 years.


Yea, none of them are bad though I can see why people could find it racist. Racism is just a boring concept to me, so it really doesn't bother me.

I remember hearing some of these as a kid too. They bring back memories.

Edit: By boring I meant outdated.
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Irishsushi wrote:


Dark_Alma wrote:


Very happy! The top two selections are pretty good!

Kenny and Santana are okay, I have definitely done worse!

My guilty pleasure is Everytime We Touch or Mr. Saxobeat. Mostly because they remind me of my friend and I just bsing for hours on end =p


Holy Everytime We touch XD I still like that song. Its so rdiculous haha do remember https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mGBaXPlri8 ?


I feel old. Stahp!
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pirththee wrote:


Dark_Alma wrote:


pirththee wrote:

Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" .I'm Mr Blue,Seven little girls sittin' in the back seat.


Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah... Memories there! I feel like I saw that in some Disney movies?

Also (for some reason) makes me think of Witch Doctor's - Ooh Eeh Ooh Ah Aah Ting Tang Walla Walla Bin

I haven't heard of either of the other two songs, gotta look them up later!


Check out Song of the South .Just a little disclaimer.It's generally considered quite racist.The song Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah won an Academy award in 1947.I'm Mr. Blue was the Fleetwoods,and Seven Little Girls was performed by Evans and the Curls.My parents had about seven 45's.The one just mentioned and a collection of Sousa's marches.It's all we had for about 5 years.


It may not be PC, but I'm glad I got to watch it.

Never to be released again I hear.
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Classical music
My father encouraged me to listen to it and I thank him for that.
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Classical music
My father encouraged me to listen to it and I thank him for that.


I love Classical Music! I have to say my favorite composers have to be Bach, Beethoven and Wagner. I adore "Ride of the Valkyries." I believe my father has some vinyl records of their music.
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Got to be school house rock all the way


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Posted 7/25/15
Here are what I spent most days sitting in front of the stereo with my oversized headphones listening to:

Jesus Christ Superstar soundtrack
Miss Saigon
Pocahontas soundtrack
The Hunchback of Notre Dame soundtrack
Mga Awit Ng Tanod Lupa

These are stuff I listened to from when I was very young until just before high school.

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The Eagles I can still listen to them all day
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