Hello i am a massive fan of music both playing and listening and wanted to find out what bands/artists really got you into music when you were a
teenager growing up.
I will start it off with the bands that really changed my life at school, although i rarely listen to some of these bands these days as i prefer other
genres now, its always good to come back to them from time to time.
Ive added my favourite songs from each album that first got me into that band!
When i was about 11 years old and grew out of the cheesy pop thing, the first band i really got into was OASIS!
About a year later it was NIRVANA,i was totally obsessed with this band!
When i was in high school and first heard life is peachy by KORN i couldnt believe my ears i thought it was the coolest thing i'd ever heard!
The last one was PEARL JAM a band i still love to listen too now ten years later and probably still my favourite band of all time!
I look forward to hearing yours, peace!
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I was never interested in music as a kid, it wasn't until I got to about 13 that I started listening to bands like lynkin park and tenacious d.
I carried on listening to bands like that until about 16 where I started listening to rap and hip hop, artists like Dre, Snoop, Eminem, NWA...
When I turned 18 I started going out to clubs and more or less started to hate rap & hip hop, and turned my ears towards scouse house which is a very
fast paced, hardstyle type of dance music personified by the infamous "donk" Here's a link if anyone wants to know what a donk is, I guarantee you
will probably hate it though
I pretty much have a very wide range of music I listen to. My mp3 player has stuff from all over the genre board. Nearly every artist in this thread
so far are in the thing. I listen to classical, easy listening, golden oldies, rap, metal (all forms of it), Christian, R&B, pop, and even country. I
doubt there is not a genre I do not listen to. I really think that 8 track (that I now have) is a huge part of my love of music.
I'm just going to list tthem because work blocks your vids so i can't tell who some of your favs are
ACDC - A Must
Adema - If you like Korn you should like them
Alice in Chains
Breaking Benjamin - Need I say More ??
Chevelle - Listen you will like especially older stuff
Collective Soul again older stuff
Depeche Mode Listen to the song (HOME) it is emotionally unreal
Days of the New - Really?? Who doesn't like them at least before he became a meth head LOL but Really good
Five finger Death Punch
FOREIGNER - YES LISTEN & LOVE IT
Guns & Roses
HOLE - only a few songs though
IRON BUTTERFLY - Come on who doesn't know In-a-gadda-da-vida even if you dont like it you have heard it
KC & The Sunshine Band - NEED I SAY MORE
KORN - ROCK ON
Linkin Park - NOT THE NEW STUFF
The Mamma's & Pappa's
Metallica - I shouldn't have to say more
My Chemical Romance
Nine Inch Nails - THE NIN RULES ALL
Norman Greenbaum - Spirit in the Sky is the dopest
Pearl Jam - only the first 3 cd's though BETTER was when they were with Soundgarden TEMPLE OF THE DOG
Rage against the machine
RUSH - ROCK ON
Silver Sun Pickups - A MUST IF YOU ARE A SMASHING PUMPKINS FAN
Smashing Pumpkins - ROCK ON
* I HATE HIP HOP* Just my personal taste but if you must try the Sneaker Pimps female singer ALT/HIPHOP
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Stone Temple Pilots
ONLY FOR THE CHRISTIANS or if your in the mood try Superchick WE LIVE
SYSTEM of a Down
Taking back sunday
Three doors down
30 Seconds to Mars
Cage the Elephant
Local H - TRY TOXIC it rocks
Thanks for your replies, nice variety here, good to here some oldies aswell(love the floyd hefficide).
I love loads of genere's of music (grunge/metal/hiphop/dnb/ambient/dub/trance) got over 2000 albums(totally obsessed)
Nice selection there indianaops, i love Chevelle/Rage/Soundgarden/NIN/SRV)
Keep em coming!
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