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    Senior Member chihuahuasrluv's Avatar
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    'INFP : Emo rock, singer-songwriter, folk, indie, goth'

    That's freakishly accurate for me.

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    This is more, "what I'd listen to if I woke up in the morning another type but with my music collection" (I don't think that thread exists). I don't own and don't like Wagner all that much but I couldn't think of anything. I imagine INFP is as easy for everyone else as it is for me.


    ESTJ : Frank Sinatra
    ISTJ : Vladimir Horowitz
    ESFJ : Queen
    ISFJ : Oscar Peterson
    ESTP : Lily Allen
    ISTP : Credence Clearwater Revival
    ESFP : Parliament/Funkadelic
    ISFP : Lucinda Williams
    ENTJ : Wagner? (I had the hardest time with this one)
    INTJ : Bach
    ENTP : Gnarls Barkley
    INTP : Stan Kenton
    ENFJ : Brian Wilson
    INFJ : John Coltrane
    ENFP : The Beatles
    INFP : Nick Drake

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt_s View Post
    INTJ : Bach
    You are wise in the ways of music ... and MBTIing.

    If you were an INTJ, you might very well fix upon Bach, as I have many times. Bach is both mystical and orderly in the extreme, a musical combination that is tirelessly appealing to me.

    Sorry ... that's a pretty feeble explanation, isn't it? Oh well. I do think you got that one right, at least to the extent you can hope to match a musical archetype or composer/performer with MBTI

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkgraffiti View Post
    I want to tell you something: this is stupid!
    If you are a music lover, you are a music lover. It has nothing to do with MBTI.
    I'm an ENFP and you know what? I do not like Disney pop. 'Indie'!? that is a fucking artificial genre, it doesn't mean anything, i even have problems understanding what you are talking about. Psychedelic - yes, to an extend...why? what do you mean? Raver? err....not particularly no
    But then, other groups you mentioned:

    Jazz - fuck yes! (and I'm not an ISTJ
    Singer-songwriter - I guess. I mean, what is that as a category? that means nothing. you can have great singer songwriters and shit ones too.
    Rock- yes! (and I'm not an ESTP, at all!)
    Punk - yes! (and i'm not ISTP)
    ISFP descriptions - all yes
    Progressive rock - yes (and i'm not ENTJ)
    minimal techno, kraut rock - yes! and i0m not INTJ
    experimental - fuck yes! electronica - yes! indie - yes! prog rock - yes! .....am i an INTP? ABSOLUTELY NOT
    singer-songwriter/indie -yes (still not an infj though!)
    folk - yeah (but not an info!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robopop View Post
    INTJ : Classical, minimal techno, kraut rock
    Classical, ok, but minimal techno and kraut rock? No thanks, i am INTJ and i don´t like this music. I like the pure rock, the heavy or the gothic/symphony metal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurt.Is.God View Post
    ENFPs...
    Disney pop...
    That hurt.
    it's ridic.
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    For every type with jazz listed and ENTP

    Down beat pop should be added. [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXdwb_lUKvs&feature=related"][/YOUTUBE]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    SJ: Classic music
    SP: Pop music
    NF: Idyllic music
    NT: Progressive music

    Chart-the-course: guitarist
    In-Charge: lead singer, manager
    Behind-the-scene: drummer, composer
    Getting-things-going: dancer, singer
    What the hell is 'idyllic music'?

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    I agree on the Bach. I'm very into Bach. The keyboard music, especially. It's some of the most complex, interesting, and aesthetically appealing music there is. I would further say that Anything performed by Glenn Gould is very INTJ. It's idiosyncratic, intelligent, very clearly played. I would say that most modernist art music would be very interesting to an INTJ. Such Schoenberg. It's dark, but not overly emotional, it's put together in an interesting systematic way.

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