Poll: What's your favorite genre of music?
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View poll results: What's your favorite genre of music?
Classic Rock/ Pop
11 6%
Acoustic/ Singer-Songwriter/ Folk
8 4%
Electronic Dance / Pop
5 3%
80's rock/ pop/ shred/ "hair" metal
6 3%
Indie/ Emo/ Grunge/ Alternative
35 18%
Punk/ Hardcore/ Screamo/ the other type of Emo... you know what I mean
13 7%
Metal
58 30%
Pop Punk
4 2%
Hip Hop/ Rap
10 5%
Other
43 22%
Voters: 193.
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willT08
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Join date: Jul 2009
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#161
Quote by Saint78
wat

Yeah but Snoop, Dre, Tupac, Eazy E, Ice Cube and Xzibit....

For people that aren't so much in to modern Hip Hop, there's a whole scene in LA and San Francisco which is so far removed from the "Yeah I got bishes and dolla dolla bills" kind of stuff that makes it big.

Watsky, Open Mike Eagle, Intuition, Speak, Nocando, Wax, Dumbfoundead.

Just some names you might like.
Saint78
julian wells
Join date: May 2009
60 IQ
#162
Quote by willT08
Yeah but Snoop, Dre, Tupac, Eazy E, Ice Cube and Xzibit....

For people that aren't so much in to modern Hip Hop, there's a whole scene in LA and San Francisco which is so far removed from the "Yeah I got bishes and dolla dolla bills" kind of stuff that makes it big.

Watsky, Open Mike Eagle, Intuition, Speak, Nocando, Wax, Dumbfoundead.

Just some names you might like.


I like OME, but I dislike Wax, Dumbfoundead, and Watsky a lot.

Quote by willT08
Yeah but Snoop, Dre, Tupac, Eazy E, Ice Cube and Xzibit....


All of Wu-Tang clan, Jay-Z, 50 Cent, Busta Rhymes, Naughty by Nature, A Tribe Called Quest, Mobb Deep, AZ, Big L, Jeru the Damaja
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food1010
Bassist
Join date: Jun 2007
285 IQ
#163
I couldn't pick a favorite genre.

I like rock, blues, jazz, funk, hip-hop, reggae, folk, and many more in between (in no particular order by the way).
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willT08
Banned
Join date: Jul 2009
211 IQ
#165
Quote by Saint78
I like OME, but I dislike Wax, Dumbfoundead, and Watsky a lot.
u wot m8

I went to London by myself to see Watsky you git

All of Wu-Tang clan, Jay-Z, 50 Cent, Busta Rhymes, Naughty by Nature, A Tribe Called Quest, Mobb Deep, AZ, Big L, Jeru the Damaja

I don't really dislike East coast stuff dude, I just prefer the Weeest.

Also, West coast battle rap > East coast battle rap

Freshhh coooast
Saint78
julian wells
Join date: May 2009
60 IQ
#167
Quote by willT08
u wot m8

I went to London by myself to see Watsky you git


I don't really dislike East coast stuff dude, I just prefer the Weeest.

Also, West coast battle rap > East coast battle rap

Freshhh coooast


I'll agree with you on the battle rap thing, but Midwest battle rap >>>>>

I can't stand Watsky though.
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piratemetalhead
Registered User
Join date: May 2007
160 IQ
#168
East coast is where the real shits at!

Wu Tang, Cannibal Ox, Atoms Family. .. Real, raw, and original shit. I dig west coast sometimes as well, but usually the difference in sound is very evident. Its amazing how environment can influence the sound of music. .. G Funk and Wu Tang style are almost on opposite sides of the hip hop spectrum haha
Saint78
julian wells
Join date: May 2009
60 IQ
#169
I like West Coast, but East Coast is obviously superior.
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willT08
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#170
Quote by Saint78
I'll agree with you on the battle rap thing, but Midwest battle rap >>>>>

I can't stand Watsky though.

What good Battle rappers are from the Midwest? I can only think of like, Calicoe. Although to be honest, the fresh coast is now dead. All about Canada and the UK now.
Saint78
julian wells
Join date: May 2009
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#171
Quote by willT08
What good Battle rappers are from the Midwest? I can only think of like, Calicoe. Although to be honest, the fresh coast is now dead. All about Canada and the UK now.


Mac Lethal is probably the most famous, but the Midwest has always had a great battle rap scene. UK Grime is cool.
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willT08
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#172
Quote by Saint78
Mac Lethal is probably the most famous, but the Midwest has always had a great battle rap scene. UK Grime is cool.

Ah, I've only ever seen him battle on Grindtime's West division so I assumed he was an LA boy. Fair enough, he's an absolute legend of the scene.

I'm not waaay in to grime. Some of it's very good, P Money, JME (sometimes, he kinda varies between very smart and oddly rhythmic bars to really boring stuff) and then Kozzie if I wanna see an angry man spit gun bars
piratemetalhead
Registered User
Join date: May 2007
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#174
Yeah, grime can go from badass to near retarded (but same thing with American hiphop lol). I don't know why, but that Streets song reminded me of Quasimoto haha.

New York's Atoms Fam were doing some of the most original and raw material during the rise of early 2000's "dumbed down" pop-hop

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEek5PzbCf0
Joshua Garcia
An actual big boy
Join date: Jun 2009
4,730 IQ
#176
Ugh, why isn't it multiple choice? Arrrgh.

Well, I voted Punk/Hardcore (Mostly Post-Hardcore), but on the list, I love everything in between Indie (mostly for the alternative and some emo. The Faint) and Pop Punk. Freaking love Pop Punk. I also like one or two from electronic. The 80's music is good to listen to on the radio. Very little from acoustic and classic rock, but some. Everything else... Meh.

So, pretty much everything but hip hop / rap.
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due 07
haaan
Join date: Jun 2006
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#177
i think pop punk is the best kind of punk if it's the right kind of pop punk.

Quote by Joshua Garcia
So, pretty much everything but hip hop / rap.

what about country?
Saint78
julian wells
Join date: May 2009
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#178
Quote by due 07
i think pop punk is the best kind of punk if it's the right kind of pop punk.


what about country?


like Delay

Delay is so good
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Joshua Garcia
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Join date: Jun 2009
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#179
Quote by due 07
what about country?

I used to when I was little, but now... Hmm.
I guess I can still listen to it, but its not something I'd really want on my iPod.
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Mister A.J.
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#183
I'm having some serious issues trying to decide between Romantic, Baroque, Folk Metal, and Jazz.
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