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#1
Alright I know this was done a while ago, but different people means different responses and interesting discussion. I think I can bring it up again, and I didn't feel like bumping the old thread. Close this if needed. So what other genres other than punk do you listen to?

Well most of the genres I like at least have something to do with punk

Emo
Indie
Rap and Hip Hop
A tiny bit of Classic Rock(only The Doors, The Who, and Blue Oyster Cult)
Some Glam
New Wave
Surf Rock
Some modern rock
and a couple random bands like The Fall Of Troy
I'm the same as I was when I was six years old
And oh my god I feel so damn old
I don't really feel anything
#2
Ska, Glam, Thrash Metal, Reggae, Blues, and Surf Rock
Edwards Les Paul Custom
Burny SG Junior
DIY Telecaster
Keeley RAT 2
Marshall JCM 800 4104
#3
I've started listening to some screamo lately.

I listen to a lot of different music. Emo, indie, reggea, hip hop, new wave, folk, older country, a couple of modern rock bands, blues,some classice rock (CCR, the Who, BOC, and the Doors), power pop, synth pop, garage, soul/rnb (Al Green, Marvin Gaye),and some bands that I'm going to tell the punk forum.
*-)
Quote by Bob_Sacamano
i kinda wish we all had a penis and vagina instead of buttholes

i mean no offense to buttholes and poop or anything

Rest in Peace, Troy Davis and Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis and Eric Garner and Mike Brown
#4
Quote by element4433
I've started listening to some screamo lately.

I listen to a lot of different music. Emo, indie, reggea, hip hop, new wave, folk, older country, a couple of modern rock bands, blues,some classice rock (CCR, the Who, BOC, and the Doors), power pop, synth pop, garage, soul/rnb (Al Green, Marvin Gaye),and some bands that I'm going to tell the punk forum.

Ah yes, I forgot some synth and power pop. I just think of garage as part of punk, but it is different. About the screamo check out Hot Cross and I Hate Myself. Both awesome bands. Chat?
I'm the same as I was when I was six years old
And oh my god I feel so damn old
I don't really feel anything
#5
As much as I hate to admit it, I really, really like Metalcore, Mathcore and the like. I also enjoy some Hip Hop, Reggae, Indie, Folk, and some random bands like Primus and RHCP. If it has a good bassist I'll probably like it as well.
And clenching your fist for the ones like us
Who are oppressed by the figures of beauty,
You fixed yourself, you said, "Well, never mind,
We are ugly, but we have the music."
#6
Indie, Hardcore, Ska, Reggae, Garage, Classic Rock, 80s pop, 90s pop, Alternative, Blues, Delta Blues, Jazz, Bop, Hard Bop, Folk, Emo, British Invasion, Rockabilly, Post-punk, Motown, R&B

that's good enough
Quote by CowsWithGuns
And the facade of heterosexualism in the punk and ska forum came crashing down like a fat girl falling off a balcony...
#7
i listen to ska, blues, jam band, old classic rock (like cream or mountain), folk, and whatever you want to classify bands like Dispatch under
Propaganda does not deceive people; it merely helps them to deceive themselves-Eric Hoffer

Quote by GannonBracewell

CBGB wants to be famous like the others such as Green Day and Offspring. They don't want to be a underground punk band.
#8
ska. real emo stuff like the Get-up kids. That's about it really.
brnh.bandcamp.com
#9
Garage, hip hop, blues (preferably acoustic), indie (if that's even actually a genre), folk, roots music in general, jazz, select classic rock, select ska, some alternative (if that isn't the broadest possible label...), select country, rockabilly, American primitive, tiny bit of flamenco (trying to get into it), soul, gospel, hopefully getting into classical...
#10
Ska
Emo
Classic Rock (like Jimi and Zeppelin, not any of that hair ****)
Death Metal
Grindcore
Crust
Gore Grind
Old School Rap
Death Rap
Vanilla Ice
Techno
Electro
Industrial
Black Metal
Viking Metal
Folk Metal
Speed Metal
Central Asian Throat Singing

Probably some more, that's all I can think of...
#11
Jazz, Reggae, Funk, Soul, Stuff with Synthesizers, Hip Hop, Classic Metal, Classic Rawk, non pretentious indie.

That's a basic outline.

If you want to win my heart you should have synthesizers, horn arrangments, and back up choirs.

It's the reason I like certain Phil Collins, Tom Jones and Barry White singles.

They know wassup.
#13
I like Metal (Melodic to be exact) and instrumental guitar (Steve Vai, Satch) and I like a lot of smooth Jazz (Weather Channel Music) and love 80's metal. I enjoy Trance and 90's hip hop. Uh...I like 90's pop a lot. All of it.
#14
Experimental, Ska, Reggae, Hip Hop, Alternative, Rap, Visual, Classic Rock (STFU, Supertramp is one of the first bands I ever listened to), Pop Punk, Jazz

I probably left some stuff out.
Quote by CowsWithGuns
I've been busy getting drunk and yelling at endangered species for being pussies. It's a dehydrating job but someone has to do it.
#15
MAJOR AWESOME BANDS:
Bon Jovi
Steve Miller
Pink Floyd
Motely Crue
Run DMC


COOL BANDS:
Black Sabbath
Metallica
Guns N Roses
Jimmi Hendrix
Linkin Park (Hybrid Theory)
Gear:
Gibson Faded Flying V

Marshall MG100HDFX
Marshall MA50C

Boss DS-1
Digitech RP50
Digitech Whammy IV
Vox V847 Wah Pedal
#16
Quote by lagunasunrise
MAJOR AWESOME BANDS:
Bon Jovi
Steve Miller
Pink Floyd
Motely Crue
Run DMC


COOL BANDS:
Black Sabbath
Metallica
Guns N Roses
Jimmi Hendrix
Linkin Park (Hybrid Theory)

I hate you even more now, because you spell "Jimi" wrong, and you like Linkin Park and Motley Crue.
#17
Quote by devourthekitten
I hate you even more now, because you spell "Jimi" wrong, and you like Linkin Park and Motley Crue.




EDIT: This is coming from the man who likes Vanilla Ice.
Gear:
Gibson Faded Flying V

Marshall MG100HDFX
Marshall MA50C

Boss DS-1
Digitech RP50
Digitech Whammy IV
Vox V847 Wah Pedal
Last edited by lagunasunrise at Feb 11, 2008,
#18
Quote by lagunasunrise


EDIT: This is coming from the man who likes Vanilla Ice.

That's how you know I'm for real.

ICE ICE BABY!
ICE ICE BABY!
ICE ICE BABY!
ICE ICE UP DA PUNX!
#19
Quote by devourthekitten
That's how you know I'm for real.

ICE ICE BABY!
ICE ICE BABY!
ICE ICE BABY!
ICE ICE UP DA PUNX!




And people ask me why I don't post in the punk forums.
Gear:
Gibson Faded Flying V

Marshall MG100HDFX
Marshall MA50C

Boss DS-1
Digitech RP50
Digitech Whammy IV
Vox V847 Wah Pedal
#20
New Wave
Post Punk
Glam (Think T. Rex, Bowie and Jobriath, not Motley Crue)
Darkwave
House
Reggae
Hip Hop (Been listening to / falling in love with M.I.A. lately)
Ambient
And maybe a little Indie here or there
#21
some old school and political hip hop (dead prez, public enemy, geto boys)
ska, preferably 2 tone
Grindcore, i dabble in it
the cure
joy division

now i feeel closed minded....
#23
Quote by crustyreed
some old school and political hip hop (dead prez, public enemy, geto boys)
ska, preferably 2 tone
Grindcore, i dabble in it
the cure
joy division

now i feeel closed minded....
The Cure is one of my favorite bands ever
*-)
Quote by Bob_Sacamano
i kinda wish we all had a penis and vagina instead of buttholes

i mean no offense to buttholes and poop or anything

Rest in Peace, Troy Davis and Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis and Eric Garner and Mike Brown
#25
i've been listening to rap, screamo (saetia), metalcore, alot of hardcore, some melodic death and crossover thrash.

the hot cross songs that i have barely has any screaming in it, sounds more like post-hardcore...
#26
alice cooper, everyone loves alice cooper.

Oh yeah, and THE TULL!

and the floyd and the grateful dead, and iron butterfly.
#27
noise rock
new wave
electronica
emo
classic rock(who, hendrix, etc)
psycidelic(sp?)
progressive rock
thrash metal
crossover thrash
jazz
some blues
Grunge, grunge, and more grunge!!
focking FOLK MUSIC!
Nerdcore
"old skool" >.> rap.

Probably lot's more.
#28
Grunge, punkrock, hardcore, a wee bit o' thrash, blues, folk, acoustic punk, ska-ska-ska.
Some oldskool rap, old country as well.
I listen to just about anything that comes on.
Not so into the ****ty modern rock that is so bloody annoying today. And emo sucks too.
OI OI!
#30
grunge, hardcore, trash, rap, hiphop, drum n bass, breakcore, metal, drone, doom, sludge, emo, screamo, power violence, grindcore, mathcore, posthardcore, postrock, alternative rock, experimental, folk etc etc
#31
I'll listen to anything, as long as I think it's good.
My main other genre is "indie" though (as in Franz Ferdinand and the like (don't diss the Franz))
FUCK YOU! GET PUMPED!
#32
Jazz: When nobody is singing and when there are not these big orchestras, I hate violins in Jazz. I like for example: Wes Montgomery
Blues: I dislike Gary Moore and I like The Doors, even though they´re maybe no real Blues
New Wave: The Stranglers and Thatcher on acid are good, sometimes I listen to a bit Talking Heads, Synthesizers are F U C K
Rock: The Doors if they´re not Blues, the newer Neil Young (Mirrorball), Pearl Jam, Led Zeppelin, The Who, Jimi Hendrix
Reggea:I like Bob Marley, but the closer it coems to Hip Hop the more I hate it
Metal: Sepultura

And I like Tom Waits
#33
Ska, Surf, "Classic Rock", Garage Rock, some Metal, Blues, Jazz, Classical, "Alternative", some rap (Beastie Boys, occasionally), Gabber, Hardcore, Drum and Bass, generic "electronica" and maybe some indie.
#35
Quote by BrianApocalypse
alice cooper, everyone loves alice cooper.

Oh yeah, and THE TULL!

and the floyd and the grateful dead, and iron butterfly.

PHUCK YEAH! Alice Cooper is better than sex.
Edwards Les Paul Custom
Burny SG Junior
DIY Telecaster
Keeley RAT 2
Marshall JCM 800 4104
#36
hardcore, breakbeat, crust, d-beat, drum & bass, emo/core, some hip hop, indie, industrial, instrumental, j-Rock, jazz & funk, poppunk, post-punk & new wave, power violence, psychobilly, reggae, rock, ska. and i also have a whole list of guilty pleasure music, but I will not post that.
soymilk please <3
#37
New Wave ( Talking Heads, B-52s )
Metal ( Mastodon, Slayer, Lamb of God )
Alternative Rock ( Sonic Youth, Smashing Pumpkins )
Rap ( Public Enemy, NWA, De La Soul, old Cypress Hill )
Rock ( The Who, CCR, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin )
Funk ( James Brown )
Old Emo ( Rites of Spring, Moss Icon, Jawbreaker)
Pop Rock ( The Killers, Weezer, My Chemical Romance )
Indie ( Fugazi, Modest Mouse )
two and a half men.
#38
Oh yeah and guys you don't have to put things like Ska(I know it's not part of punk, but I assume everyone here likes it, except Brian), Crust, Hardcore, or anything that's really considered to be "part" of punk.
I'm the same as I was when I was six years old
And oh my god I feel so damn old
I don't really feel anything
#40
Quote by redh0tchilip3pp
I'll listen to pretty much any genre ever concieved by man.


You listen to dub!?!
two and a half men.
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