Im trying to get a general feel for what music people are into. Basically Im going to school for the music industry and trying to get a broad view of what everyone is listening to or looking for in music. All help is appriciated.
Current fave bands: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Radiohead, Muse, Keane, Jet and R.E.M.
Got a few more, but trying to be more selective :)
MUSE, Radiohead, Travis, Coldplay...
Linkin Park, Evanescence and whatever is to my liking.
Bob Dylan, David Gray, Norah Jones, Joni Mitchell, Tina Turner, David Bowie, Jami Cullum, Keane. :)
Ashlee Simpson, crappy hip-hop music, and more crappy bands.
These aren't my preferences, but if you're trying to get a general view...Anyways I'm sure everyone's quite annoyed with me posting my favorite bands everywhere.
I'm one of those freaky people who only love Classical music. I'm also an obsessor of film scores. And that is it.
I like Southern Rock (Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd and CDB) but I hate Molly Hatchet. I liked Nirvana and the Screaming Trees, but I never really like Alice In Chains (no offense). I love rap from the mid to late '80s and early '90s, but I hate pretty much everything being produced currently. I will stop what I am doing to listen to Frank Sinatra, Nat Cole or Ray Charles.
Hank Williams (no...not "are you ready for some football...his daddy) and Johnny Cash have the same effect as the aforementioned. I love good 'ol, spit in your eye country music.
I love Cream, but I'm not an Eric Clapton fan.
The Beatles, The Who and The Rolling Stones are the greatest bands of all time. Led Zeppelin is the greatest cover band of all time.
I love Chuck Berry, even if he plays basically the same guitar riff in all of his songs, and despite the fact that he is a freak with a capital "F".
Jerry Lee Lewis is my favorite pi-ano player.
Current (as in still getting airplay on the "new rock" station) faves include: Weezer, Cake, Foo Fighters, Smashing Pumpkins, The Hives, The White Stripes, Jet, The Beastie Boys and probably a lot of others that I am forgetting.
BTW, I would love to see Jacoby's favorite list. I have bought two CDs on his indirect recommendation.
And Sarah, I listen to classical music when I'm driving over long distances. It helps to keep me from killing other motorists. :D
Eric Clapton is ingenieous (I hope I spelled this right), the Beatles are great and it is fun to listen to classical stuff when you're drunk :icon_guin
The Postal Service
Better Than Ezra
Electric Six (Damn you Liam, damn you)
Todd B. Wells
Crap, I forgot Norah Jones and...
Almost everything, every band and artist have at least one song I like.
The Rolling Stones
Red Hot Chili Peppers
The Postal Service
Dave Matthews Band
Rage Against the Machine
Simon & Garfunkel
Steve Miller Band
Three Dog Night
Guns 'n' Roses
Electric Light Orchestra
Ben Folds Five
Bob Marley & the Wailers
I like rap and Spanish Reggae.
Against All Authority
Ben Folds/Ben Folds Five
Further Seems Forever
The Getup Kids
The Good Life
Jimmy Eat World
The Juliana Theory
Kevin Glibert (R.I.P.)
The Living End
Maroon 5 (*sigh* even though I hate MTV bands)
Mindless Self Indulgence
The Mr. T Experience
The New Amsterdams
The Pawn Rook Four
Pedro the Lion
Reggie and the Full Effect
The Rocking Horse Winner
The Toy Dolls
Fuck me...here we go....
(I won't make a list, because that would take up a lot of space)
A.C. Newman, And you will know us by the trail of dead..., animal collective, arab strap, badly drawn boy, ben kweller, ben folds, beulah, built to spill, clinic, devendra banhart, eliott smith, explosions in the sky, fruit bats, godspeed you black emporer, guided by voices, interpol, iron & wine (even before Garden State :p), little wings, modest mouse, mojave 3, neutral milk hotel, nick drake, Nirvana, pavement, pinback, pink floyd, postal service & death cab for cutie, Rogue wave, rufus wainwright, sondre lerche, sparklehorse, sufjan stevens, sun kil moon, talking heads, tangiers, the beatles, the decemberists, the good life, the hives, the microphones, the notwist, the shins (WAY before GS- double :p), the strokes, the walkmen, the warlocks, Tom McRae, VETIVER, annnnnd Wilco. Those are all the bands I have on my computer right now. Hardly all of my favorites, but it should do. And Brad, if you're still reading, what were those two albums that you bought? I know of On My Way...but the second?
Rather than post a list of what I'm into, since you're more looking at this from an industry perspective, I figure I may just put down what I last bought.
I picked up...The Lost Prophets: Start Something, The Libertines: The Libertines, Razorlight: Up All Night (best of the lot), and while I was there, since I LOVED the single so much (I rarely buy singles, as I'm cheap), I picked up Pete Doherty and Wolfman: For Lovers.
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