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    People never run out of things to try to correlate to MBTI!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robopop View Post
    INTP : Experimental, Electronica/IDM, indie, prog rock
    Well, I don't know about the electronica and indie part. But it could just be me. Experimental and prog is right on, though.

    Also, I adore classical music. Especially for the piano (naturally, since I play). But then again, I mostly listen to 'newer' classical - not so rigid in structure (like Chopin's etudes and sonatas, Debussy, Wagner etc).
    Last edited by Reflection; 06-13-2010 at 10:03 AM. Reason: Wrote 'mean' instead of 'me'. Idiot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robopop View Post
    ISTP : Math rock, punk, jazz, metalhead
    Aaaaaaaaaarghh!!!:eek:

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    What is math rock? Rock about math? Is it about primes? Because if it's about primes (or possibly geometry), I might listen to it.
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    MBTI Music Stereotypes

    xSTJ: heavy metal, military music
    xSFJ: classic rock, country music

    xSTP: punk rock, garage rock, gangsta rap, ragga dancehall
    xSFP: roots reggae, soul/funk, disco, R&B

    ENFJ: new age music, Earth, Wind & Fire
    INTP: boring music, nerdy music, math rock, Radiohead
    ESFP: fantastic music, cool music, sensitive music, funny music, eccentric music, Kool & The Gang, ABBA, Blondie, Lady Gaga
    ISTP: decadent music, obnoxious music, fun music, noisy music,drugged music, delirious music, dark music, Beastie Boys, Velvet Underground, Alice In Chains
    ESTP: powerfull music, popstar music, rockkstar music, hedonistic music, maverick music, rebelious music, fantastic music, eccentric music commercial music, Madonna, Billy Idol, Gun'N Roses, AC/DC

    Chart-The-Course: drummer, guitarist, bassist
    In-Charge: lead singer, manager
    Behind-the-Scene: drummer, songwriter, composer
    Getting-Things-Going: singer, dancer

    Actually, the CTC roles are the ones realte the least with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
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    INTP: boring music, nerdy music, math rock, Radiohead
    Now that's just uncalled for! Radiohead, really. *scoffs*
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    INFP: A solo dark ambient project.

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    thanks for giving me punk SG

    I was quite offended to see that it went to the ISTPs in the OP when there's NO better music to yell along obnoxiously with while driving (or cleaning house... whatever )
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    INTP : Experimental, Electronica/IDM, indie, prog rock
    Could this mean that I really am an INTP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reflection View Post
    What is math rock? Rock about math? Is it about primes? Because if it's about primes (or possibly geometry), I might listen to it.
    Math rock is probably that kind of rock which focuses more on the interesting ways a song can be structured mathematically (rare time-signatures, rare beat patterns, rare chord structures), reveling in the technicality while not being so concerned with aesthetics and how it "feels, emotionally." Sounds like a sub-set of prog rock to me.
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