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    isn't tool considered math rock?
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    Tool? No.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cimarron View Post
    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.
    Yeah. And Meshuggah for example, could be considered Math Metal kinda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    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.
    disco??

    disco is NOT aesthetically pleasing to my ears.
    i'm okay with roots reggae and i suppose soul funk. although, i'm not really sure what that genre is like...
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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 unlistenable to most people. Here is some true math rock, Hella.

    [YOUTUBE="fBCyhV9PkpY"]Hella - Biblical Violence[/YOUTUBE]

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    ISTJ : Jazz, tour accountant
    ISFJ : Singer-songwriter, soft rock
    ENTJ : CEO, prog rock
    INTJ : Classical, minimal techno, kraut rock
    INTP : Experimental, Electronica/IDM, indie, prog rock
    INFJ : Singer-songwriter, indie

    The above applies.

    I'm a prog rock, soft rock, pop/rock, 80s synth pop/ New Wave, singer-songwriter, electronica, classical, and jazz person. If it's got lots of keyboard, I'm happy.

    Not quite stereotypical INFJ, LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyAnnaJoan View Post
    disco??

    disco is NOT aesthetically pleasing to my ears.
    i'm okay with roots reggae and i suppose soul funk. although, i'm not really sure what that genre is like...
    And all we get is.. dead disco, dead funk, dead rock n roll..

    [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_4FZN4mGI8&feature=related].[/youtube]

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Math rock is unlistenable to most people. Here is some true math rock, Hella.

    -youtube snipety snip-
    At first I thought: "Hmpf." Then: "Interesting." Gradually, I started trying to anticipate beats. And then I started thinking about musical theory. So, yeah, not bad.
    Always listen to experts. They'll tell you what can't be done, and why. Then do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyAnnaJoan View Post
    disco??

    disco is NOT aesthetically pleasing to my ears.
    i'm okay with roots reggae and i suppose soul funk. although, i'm not really sure what that genre is like...
    Disco is one of my favorite genres of music, it's so lush with all the piano, guitar,bass and string sounds.

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    I'm not sure type has much to do with music. I wouldn't listen to techno or kraut rock if you paid me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    Could this mean that I really am an INTP?
    I've been observing you and your posts. You are INTP.

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