the questions in the title essentially.

i was just wondering as i tend to listen to really heavy stuff when im studyin, and i told my friends that and they said thats weird,????? so it got me wondering what do other people listen to when they study/work

i did searchbar it an nothing immediatley came up so dont flame me
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When i'm studying i listen to my playlist (blues, metal, classic rock)

When i'm working i listen to classic rock
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For some reason Rise Against seems to be my study/working music
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I listen to different kinds of music, sometimes piano-music, jazz or rock but not the heavy things
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