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    Quote Originally Posted by Robopop View Post
    Disco is one of my favorite genres of music, it's so lush with all the piano, guitar,bass and string sounds.
    What, like ELO? They're cool. Most disco is just trite though (imho).

    Also, Blondie, if they count.. kinda punk disco though

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyAnnaJoan View Post
    isn't tool considered math rock?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    MBTI Music Stereotypes


    INTP: boring music, nerdy music, math rock, Radiohead

    Boring music?

    'But boring music isn't the same as other kinds of music.'-Molly Ringwald.
    'Ahh, but to dorks like me, it is.'- Judd Nelson
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    What, like ELO? They're cool. Most disco is just trite though (imho).

    Also, Blondie, if they count.. kinda punk disco though
    Well I like the earlier disco sound of the mid 70s compared to the campy disco of the late 70s/early 80s. This sound is way closer to philly soul and wah wah funk that it is almost indistinguishable from it. It is slower in tempo and more influenced by classical music too, think Love's Theme .

    I don't enjoy the super fast paced disco that is associated with the likes of the Village People .

    Disco got old really fast and it was doomed when every other music artist tried to jump on the disco bandwagon. But disco is VERY influential and post-punk and new wave took alot of the basic disco structures(4 on the floor beat, funky basslines) and stripped the sound down. Disco also made synth music more acceptable and laided the foundation for synthpop/electropop(I Feel Love by Donna Summer).

    I can see Jazz, classical, funk, soul, latin, calypso, rock, and synth music in the disco sound. I think peolpe disliked the disco fashion more than the actual music, really some of it IS indistinguishable from funk and soul but these genres get more respect than disco. There is also the sleazy lifestyle associated with the studio 54 era.
    And yeah, I love ELO and Blondie too .

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    And all we get is.. dead disco, dead funk, dead rock n roll..

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    yeah, yeah! love that song! reeeemodel! everything has been done! la la la la la la la la la laaaa.
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    I don't know about math rock, here is some math hip hop I like...

    [YOUTUBE="ycJ5m5Mt9JE"]Mos Def Mathematics [/YOUTUBE]

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    I don't really think MBTI type has much to do with music preference, besides maybe how open you are to different music genres. I made this thread based on the stereotypes of the MBTI archetypes.

    Some of the big five personality dimensions have been correlated with music preference though, like extroverts(according to the five factor model) generally prefer louder, busier music while introverts are said to generally prefer slower more relaxed music. Do any of you agree with these results from the five factor model correlating with your music preference, like if you are a introvert, do you prefer slower music?

    I'm an introvert and while a like dance music(lower tempo disco/french house), my music preference does seem to be on the slower tempo side. I really can't stand really loud, fast tempo music for too long(like lots of punk). I guess this is because I like the music to build a relaxing, dreamy mood. Ambient techno/glitch, dub, classical, philly soul/smooth soul and lower tempo disco music seem to do this very well for me.

    And I really LOVE Serge Gainsbourg too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robopop View Post
    ESTJ : Manager, music executive
    ISTJ : Jazz, tour accountant
    ESFJ : Soft rock, christian rock, R&B
    ISFJ : Singer-songwriter, soft rock
    ESTP : Rockstar, gangster rapper, DJ
    ISTP : Math rock, punk, jazz, metalhead
    ESFP : Dance-pop, rockstar, raver, DJ
    ISFP : Singer-songerwriter, folk, indie, hippie
    ENTJ : CEO, prog rock
    INTJ : Classical, minimal techno, kraut rock
    ENTP : Experimental, drum n bass, prog rock
    INTP : Experimental, Electronica/IDM, indie, prog rock
    ENFJ : U2 style rock, arena rock, R&B, promoter
    INFJ : Singer-songwriter, indie
    ENFP : Disney pop, indie, psychedelic, raver
    INFP : Emo rock, singer-songwriter, folk, indie, goth
    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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    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
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robopop View Post
    Some of the big five personality dimensions have been correlated with music preference though, like extroverts(according to the five factor model) generally prefer louder, busier music while introverts are said to generally prefer slower more relaxed music. Do any of you agree with these results from the five factor model correlating with your music preference, like if you are a introvert, do you prefer slower music?

    I'm an introvert and while a like dance music(lower tempo disco/french house), my music preference does seem to be on the slower tempo side. I really can't stand really loud, fast tempo music for too long(like lots of punk). I guess this is because I like the music to build a relaxing, dreamy mood. Ambient techno/glitch, dub, classical, philly soul/smooth soul and lower tempo disco music seem to do this very well for me.
    I really think there may be something to this part. I really like the loud very-fast tempo dance/rock music and get bored with the more relaxing music pretty fast. (But I don't like VERY LOUD music to the point where it is painful) And I figure now that this really is suggestive of being on the extraverted side of things but before I thought I just had weird taste in music

    And what throws me off still is that the INTPs are often associated with various electronic genres but a lot of that is super-high-energy-tempo-out-to-the-stratosphere stuff Is there something I'm missing there?

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