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    I never got into rock..mostly because of cultural reasons..like only 2 or 3 people I knew even listened to it, and being a kid and all, you tend to follow.

    50 cent, luda, ti, snoop, eminem where the main rappers. Alicia keys, mariah, where the girls. Also some reggae: buju banton, elephant man, sean paul. Lol i haven't listened to sean paul in ages.

    Then kid cudi

    Then lil wayne and that whole cash money group.

    I got into odd future recently.

    And now im jonesing for a new music fix.

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    In elementary school, it was largely either rap or whatever my elder sisters listened to. From middle school onwards, its been a weird combination of heavy metal (I'm kinda traditional, never got into Cannibal Corpse-esque 'cookie monster' vocals-I just think they detract from rather than complement the music) and broadway musicals (I actually read Les Miserables in sixth grade because I liked the musical so much).

    My musical tastes have not really changed since then.

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    The Offspring
    Blink 182
    AFI
    NOFX
    The Misfits
    Dead Kennedys
    Minor Threat
    Black flag

    Yeah, I was kind of a douche.
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    Nirvana
    Primus
    Beatles
    Weezer
    Counting Crows
    Bob Dylan
    a lot of rap but no particular artists, just what I'd hear on the radio

    & I still like all of that.. my taste is loyal.
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    Genesis
    Chicago
    Toto
    Air Supply
    Survivor
    Duran Duran
    Pet Shop Boys
    Tears for Fears
    Foreigner
    Commodores
    Doobie Brothers
    Ambrosia
    Spandau Ballet
    Hall & Oates
    Paul McCartney & Wings
    The Cars
    Little River Band
    The Eagles
    Styx
    ELO
    Alan Parsons Project

    (special bonus points if you can figure out which decade I grew up over)

    There are many newer groups I like too, but this is just what I was listening to during the formative years.

    Quote Originally Posted by aquarelle
    ]As a child (elementary and middle school), I listened to Paula Abdul, Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey and Amy Grant. In middle-high school, Smashing Pumpkins, Bush, Soul Asylum, Oasis... basically 90s alternative/grunge.
    I had a lot of CCM solo acts in my formative years too, including Amy Grant (and Smitty, Petra, Kathy T, Whiteheart, Steve Camp, Glad, SCC, Brian Duncan, Steve Taylor, etc), I just didn't mention those because it's such a niche group except for the crossovers like Amy.
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    Loads of bands.

    The big ones were probably:

    Smashing pumpkins.
    Rage Against The Machine.
    Nirvana.
    Oasis.
    Creedence Clearwater (my dad was a fan and I used to listen to it in the car).

    Before that I listened to The Projidy, it was before they became mainstream and they were still a fringe act, part of the race scene which hadnt properly became dance yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    Verdi
    Wagner
    Puccini
    Massenet
    Bellini
    Rossini
    Donizetti
    Handel
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    Did you live in a monestery? lol
    Ha, don't let nebby get you down, elf!
    Wagner was a jerk, but his music was magnificent.
    Bruckner and Grieg and Faure and Mahler and Dukas are some other enjoyable ones.
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

    “Pleasure to me is wonder—the unexplored, the unexpected, the thing that is hidden and the changeless thing that lurks behind superficial mutability. To trace the remote in the immediate; the eternal in the ephemeral; the past in the present; the infinite in the finite; these are to me the springs of delight and beauty.” ~ H.P. Lovecraft

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    Various bands/artists from several decades, but mostly the following:

    Genesis
    Phil Collins
    The Police
    Sting
    Mike and the Mechanics
    Steve Winwood
    Peter Gabriel
    Fleetwood Mac
    Tears for Fears
    ABC
    Wang Chung
    Level 42
    Elton John
    Supertramp
    Steve Miller Band
    The Beatles
    The Beach Boys
    Wilson Phillips
    Yes
    Eric Clapton
    Foreigner
    Mr. Mister
    Starship
    Hall and Oates
    The Moody Blues
    ELO
    The Mamas and the Papas
    Diana Ross and the Supremes
    The Loving Spoonful
    Franki Valli and the Four Seasons
    Toto
    Tomita
    Gloria Estefan
    Mariah Carey
    Madonna (whether I care to admit it or not!)
    Cathy Davis
    Janet Jackson
    Paula Abdul
    Taylor Dayne
    Crowded House
    Seal
    Haddaway
    Londonbeat
    Bruce Hornsby
    Joe Jackson
    Eric Carmen
    Richard Marx
    Glenn Frey
    Don Henley
    Savage Garden
    In middle school liked a couple boy bands
    Smashmouth
    No Doubt
    Gwen Stefani
    Santana
    Benny Goodman
    Vanessa Carlton
    Jewel
    Leanne Rhimes
    Cheryl Crowe
    Dido
    Sarah McLachlan
    Shania Twain
    Celine Dion
    Enrique Iglesias
    Enya
    REM

    Basically includes my early childhood through high school. While I was in middle-high school I got into the top 40 because I mostly heard that on the bus ride and with school dances. But the ones that I grew up with at home are the enduring bands and artists that I still have an affection for.
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    Artists?

    ...I just included bands and specifically avoided artists.
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

    “Pleasure to me is wonder—the unexplored, the unexpected, the thing that is hidden and the changeless thing that lurks behind superficial mutability. To trace the remote in the immediate; the eternal in the ephemeral; the past in the present; the infinite in the finite; these are to me the springs of delight and beauty.” ~ H.P. Lovecraft

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    omg SO MUCH GREAT MUSIC in this thread!! I wish I had grown up on a lot of this stuff. @Jennifer, I just discovered Alan Parsons Project a few months ago and I played them on my progressive rock radio show. (THUS QUOTH THE RAVEN!!!!!!!) But unlike @CuriousFeeling, I don't think I "grew up" on prog since I only discovered it when I was maybe a freshman in high school.

    What I grew up on was mostly post-grunge but also some things my parents had lying around.
    Stuff I knew of from my own listening:
    - Linkin Park
    - Foo Fighters
    - Seether
    - Staind
    - Smash Mouth
    - Red Hot Chili Peppers
    - Green Day
    - Jimmy Eat World
    - Hoobastank
    - A Perfect Circle
    - Nine Inch Nails
    - Incubus
    - Most hit radio and modern rock radio of the late 90's and early 00's

    Stuff from my parents:
    - Squirrel Nut Zippers
    - Talking Heads
    - CSNY/CSN
    - The B-52's
    - Riot grrl (my dad loves Veruca Salt and Sleater-Kinney)
    - Lots of other crazy stuff (since my dad has like 700 CDs in his collection)

    Edit: Whoops! Just deleted all the artists (didn't see that it was just bands)
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