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  • Originally posted by bengaaaaals1688
    As long as it isn't emo, and it isn't stupid crap rap and pop... I'm ok with that.
    No.

    It's mainly rock, with some metal. I'm not into as much hard metal as str8 is

    Top played...

    Chevelle
    3 Doors Down
    RED
    Skillet
    Staind
    Linkin Park
    Thousand Foot Krutch
    A Perfect Circle
    The Fray
    30 Seconds to Mars
    Adema
    Avenged Sevenfold
    Breaking Benjamin
    Three Days Grace

    etc...
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    • Originally posted by bengaaaaals1688
      You don't have to be into hip hop for this. Besides, blues was the origin of almost all things rock and hip hop, at least what is good about them.
      Blues started everything, basically. But most people my age have no idea, especially how it started. Delta Blues is a pure form of music. Hip Hop, rock, and Jazz (as we know it today) wouldn't have existed if an artist that has 29 scratchy recordings in existence and was murdered at the age of 28 didn't exist:
      Robert Johnson
      He is truly amazing. He died back in the 1930's and Honeyboy Edwards was there when he died. And he's still ALIVE! Dude got his whiskey laced with strichnine (sp yeah) after he flirted w/ the bartenders wife.

      Rock, especially, wouldn't have existed without Blues. The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, all of the rest would have simply never happened. Even earlier, like Elvis, Chuck berry, and Little Richard wouldn't have made the music they did without Blues.

      If Blues never broke through, we'd be listening to permutations on Bobby Darin and Dean Martin today. Which, I guess, isn't a bad thing once every 100 songs or so, but it would pretty much suck as an everyday thing.

      Blues is amazing. listen to it.


      RIP D-Will and Nash

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      • Originally posted by Skywalker
        No.

        It's mainly rock, with some metal. I'm not into as much hard metal as str8 is

        Top played...

        Chevelle
        3 Doors Down
        RED
        Skillet
        Staind
        Linkin Park
        Thousand Foot Krutch
        A Perfect Circle
        The Fray
        30 Seconds to Mars
        Adema
        Avenged Sevenfold
        Breaking Benjamin
        Three Days Grace

        etc...
        Want hard metal i got it

        Slipknot
        Killswitch
        Mnemic
        Slayer
        Lamb of God
        In Flames (sorta kinda)
        Threat Signal
        Chimaira
        Silent Civilian
        Insomnium
        White Zombie
        Rob Zombie
        Rammstein
        Children of Bodom
        Devildriver
        Disturbed
        Metallica
        Mudvayne
        Mushroomhead
        Ozzy
        Tool
        Soulfly


        to name a few

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        • Originally posted by evendelae
          Blues started everything, basically. But most people my age have no idea, especially how it started. Delta Blues is a pure form of music. Hip Hop, rock, and Jazz (as we know it today) wouldn't have existed if an artist that has 29 scratchy recordings in existence and was murdered at the age of 28 didn't exist:
          Robert Johnson
          He is truly amazing. He died back in the 1930's and Honeyboy Edwards was there when he died. And he's still ALIVE! Dude got his whiskey laced with strichnine (sp yeah) after he flirted w/ the bartenders wife.

          Rock, especially, wouldn't have existed without Blues. The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, all of the rest would have simply never happened. Even earlier, like Elvis, Chuck berry, and Little Richard wouldn't have made the music they did without Blues.

          If Blues never broke through, we'd be listening to permutations on Bobby Darin and Dean Martin today. Which, I guess, isn't a bad thing once every 100 songs or so, but it would pretty much suck as an everyday thing.

          Blues is amazing. listen to it.
          I know Blues started it all, and I appreciate that, but I personally never really got into the regular style of music that the Blues is. I like what it was able to influence, and essentially create, but not really the beginnings of it.




          Sig by Sky.:salute:

          All you nooby dooby doos need to stop making stupid threads.:coffee:

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          • Originally posted by bengaaaaals1688
            I know Blues started it all, and I appreciate that, but I personally never really got into the regular style of music that the Blues is. I like what it was able to influence, and essentially create, but not really the beginnings of it.
            It's an acquired taste. Don't dive right in and listen to House right off the bat. You won't like it. I kind of said *** the first time I heard Robert Johnson. Listen to some rock stuff like the Rolling Stones "Exile on Main Street" and Derek and the Dominos "Layla", even some Zeppelin or Cream, and you can kind of ease into Blues. BB King is good to start with.

            But really, if you start listening to good Blues, It's hard to stop. I didn't like it at first, but now it gives me chills.


            RIP D-Will and Nash

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            • Someone should download Hummer girls.

              I listen to that song from time to time

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              • Originally posted by evendelae
                It's an acquired taste. Don't dive right in and listen to House right off the bat. You won't like it. I kind of said *** the first time I heard Robert Johnson. Listen to some rock stuff like the Rolling Stones "Exile on Main Street" and Derek and the Dominos "Layla", even some Zeppelin or Cream, and you can kind of ease into Blues. BB King is good to start with.

                But really, if you start listening to good Blues, It's hard to stop. I didn't like it at first, but now it gives me chills.
                I hate Zeppelin, though my dad loves them, and don't listen to much Stones, but I may give the Stones a try... they aren't too bad.




                Sig by Sky.:salute:

                All you nooby dooby doos need to stop making stupid threads.:coffee:

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                • Originally posted by evendelae
                  It's an acquired taste. Don't dive right in and listen to House right off the bat. You won't like it. I kind of said *** the first time I heard Robert Johnson. Listen to some rock stuff like the Rolling Stones "Exile on Main Street" and Derek and the Dominos "Layla", even some Zeppelin or Cream, and you can kind of ease into Blues. BB King is good to start with.

                  But really, if you start listening to good Blues, It's hard to stop. I didn't like it at first, but now it gives me chills.
                  really the only blues i listen to is Stevie Ray Vaugn. a freakin genius on guitar.
                  the space that is mine



                  We miss 'ya brother dime. We know your up there jamming with Cliff and Chuck. Stay metal :salute: :rockon:

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                  • Originally posted by bengaaaaals1688
                    As long as it isn't emo, and it isn't stupid crap rap and pop... I'm ok with that.
                    Really easy to make fun of emo now is it....well it has always been a easy target for people to make fun of.

                    But there are some GREAT emo bands, my favorites are

                    Discount (RIP)
                    Further Seems Forever (RIP)
                    The Early November (RIP)
                    Alkaline Trio
                    The Juliana Theory (RIP)
                    Sunny Day Real Estate (RIP)
                    The Promise Ring (RIP)
                    Jimmy Eat World
                    The Appleseed Cast
                    (please don't argue with me that a band isn't emo, I don't care to fight.)

                    Emotion in Hardcore is what makes it so much infinately better than Metal.

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                    • Originally posted by sneakers
                      Really easy to make fun of emo now is it....well it has always been a easy target for people to make fun of.

                      But there are some GREAT emo bands, my favorites are

                      Discount (RIP)
                      Further Seems Forever (RIP)
                      The Early November (RIP)
                      Alkaline Trio
                      The Juliana Theory (RIP)
                      Sunny Day Real Estate (RIP)
                      The Promise Ring (RIP)
                      Jimmy Eat World
                      The Appleseed Cast
                      (please don't argue with me that a band isn't emo, I don't care to fight.)

                      Emotion in Hardcore is what makes it so much infinately better than Metal.
                      Your last statement is the problem with the description of Emo as Emo. All music is emotional, and because of this Emo is a much too general term to actually be able to describe a genre of music, but because it is used in that way I use it to decribe what is commonly accepted as "Emo" music. I won't argue on any of those bands because you are referring to them in a different way then the commonly accepted definition of "Emo" music.




                      Sig by Sky.:salute:

                      All you nooby dooby doos need to stop making stupid threads.:coffee:

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                      • Rock 'n' Roll actually formed and originally called R&B (Rhythm & Blues) back in the 40's and 50's. It was mostly recorded by black performers for black audience. Rock 'n' Roll was originally a term used in black music for many years to describe physical sex, but in the late forties there was an instrumental R&B record called "Rock 'n' Roll" by Wild Bill Moore and his band. Alan Freed is credited with inventing the term though calling the R&B records he played "rock 'n' roll."

                        I'm currently reading a book about history of 50's and early rock and roll. It's called "It's Rock 'n' Roll" and it's written by Gene Busnar if anybody wants to check it out.

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                        • Originally posted by bengaaaaals1688
                          Your last statement is the problem with the description of Emo as Emo. All music is emotional, and because of this Emo is a much too general term to actually be able to describe a genre of music, but because it is used in that way I use it to decribe what is commonly accepted as "Emo" music. I won't argue on any of those bands because you are referring to them in a different way then the commonly accepted definition of "Emo" music.
                          No disagreement from me.

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