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#1
I've been seriously listening to older music like getting into the more bluesy stuff by Eric Clapton or Jeff Beck's solo records, especially Blow by Blow's Cause We've Ended As Lovers.
I'm also discovering good pop music like Duffy, Lily Allen, etc.
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#2
I rarely or never listen to hardrock or metal. Although that was the case in late 2008 too.
I've listened to Pixies. Babyshambles and now the last week Beatles more than ever before.
sometimes I see us in a cymbal splash or in the sound of a car crash
#3
Started to listen to more Math Rock, and some more Classical.

I found I really liked Chris Cornells new album, which is basically a Timberland album, so I might get hold of some more of his stuff. Although the other songs he has produced have never done it for me before.
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#4
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I rarely or never listen to hardrock or metal. Although that was the case in late 2008 too.
I've listened to Pixies. Babyshambles and now the last week Beatles more than ever before.


I'm having the same thing, I just put all the Beatles albums that my father had for ever in my computer and enjoying it.
Geniuses they are.

Graduately getting interested in the "Singer/Song Writers" like Neil Young and Joni Mitchell.
Bob Dylan? Not yet, but I'll catch it eventually.
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#5
i seem to have developed a taste for jazz (Coltrane, Coleman and Parker mainly) and i FINALLY got into System of a Down after years of swearing I hated that band...
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#6
I'm listening to quite alot of dance music in 2009. Mostly electro and chilled stuff.
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I'm having the same thing, I just put all the Beatles albums that my father had for ever in my computer and enjoying it.
Geniuses they are.

Graduately getting interested in the "Singer/Song Writers" like Neil Young and Joni Mitchell.
Bob Dylan? Not yet, but I'll catch it eventually.


How can you put Neil Young before Dylan?
Well Sgt Pepper's is a fantastic album. That's as far as I've gotten. I tend to listen to one album at a time to really get the context for each song.
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#9
More shred, less country for me.
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#10
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How can you put Neil Young before Dylan?
Well Sgt Pepper's is a fantastic album. That's as far as I've gotten. I tend to listen to one album at a time to really get the context for each song.


I strongly encourage you to listen to the White Album if you're into more modern rock songs.
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#12
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I strongly encourage you to listen to the White Album if you're into more modern rock songs.


Although I don't like modern rock I will eventually get to that album.
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#13
I'm trying to find new music, but finding it really hard. Otherwise, I'm listening to a lot of Chatmonchy.
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#14
Listening to more metal (btbam)/core (trivium), acoustic folk, post rock/ambient and progressive house
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#15
I've pretty much been listening to exclusively Australian local music (i.e The Butterfly Effect, Karnivool, Mammal, Sleep Parade, Dead Letter Circus, Melodyssey, Thirsty Merc) for about 4 months now and a lot of Tool and A Perfect Circle, as well as good nu-metal i.e. Korn, Mudvayne, old Staind.
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#16
From death metal into modern blues (derek trucks band)..
And I've been really digging some prog stuff..
A little jazz (bela fleck and the flecktones) least I think they're jazz
#17
ive fallen for shoegaze now
kinda like house vs hurricane and enter shikari. i never listened to techno/trance or anything else until this year
#18
I ususally base my listening interests on what I'm going through in life...

most of 2009 has just been Angespit and SKinny Puppy..
I got really into the Repo! The Genetic Opera soundtrack about a month back,
and at the moment I've been listening to alot of Rod Stewart.
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#19
I started to listen to Dream Theater, Megadeth and Hendrix and I gotta say i'm loving it!
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#20
lately i've been listening to a lot more classic rock, and some more modern rock/nu-metal,
i've really got into stuff like meatloaf, (a bit of) Bruce Springsteen, and i'm getting into Linkin Park, older Papa Roach stuff and of course the almighty KoRn themselves, its turning into quite a good year for me musically.

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#21
I've fallen a victim to Journey, and Def Leppard.
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#23
rap, electro
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#24
I'm into heavier stuff and mathcore now and I'm somewhat in love with synth pop.
#25
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I've fallen a victim to Journey, and Def Leppard.

I love Journey, you sir listen to good classic rock

Check out Boston and Van Halen if you haven't encountered them.
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#26
i like more indie.

arctic monkeys, kaiser chiefs, etc.
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#27
I've gone from Scar Symmetry, Gorgoroth and Dying fetus / CC to Grunge.. Pearl jam / AIC / whatever.
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i like more indie.

arctic monkeys, kaiser chiefs, etc.

British Indie>American Alternative in my opinion
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#30
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lately i've been listening to a lot more classic rock, and some more modern rock/nu-metal,
i've really got into stuff like meatloaf, (a bit of) Bruce Springsteen, and i'm getting into Linkin Park, older Papa Roach stuff and of course the almighty KoRn themselves, its turning into quite a good year for me musically.

CAN'T WAIT TILL MAIDEN'S NEW ALBUM THIS YEAR!!! UP THE IRONS!

No, no and no.


Edit: Same as last year, just more in depth on the artist, i.e. other rare albums and stuffs. I'm really into Les Claypool right now and I don't think I can get enough Hendrix.
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#31
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I've fallen a victim to Journey, and Def Leppard.


I love the eighties!

After years of hating Red Hot Chili Peppers, I've been listening to them a lot lately.
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#33
Shoegaze and some new metalcore bands.

A lot of hip-hop as well. Notably Del tha Funkee Homosapien and GZA.
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#34
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British Indie>American Alternative in my opinion

Huh? Arctic monkeys and kaiser cheifs are both british. But i've to agree. Though, the strokes are good

And i've seen both live!
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#37
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I've pretty much been listening to exclusively Australian local music (i.e The Butterfly Effect, Karnivool, Mammal, Sleep Parade, Dead Letter Circus, Melodyssey, Thirsty Merc) for about 4 months now and a lot of Tool and A Perfect Circle, as well as good nu-metal i.e. Korn, Mudvayne, old Staind.

Seeing mammal at the annandale in two weeks!
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#38
I've been listening to all the mid/late '90s house music I haven't listened to since then.
#39
More dance and club tunes.

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#40
Well, I went from going all death metal, to now exploring power metal and such. Nightwish and Savage Grace, specifically.