View Poll Results: What kind of Music makes you tick?

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  • Drum 'n Bass / Jungle

    1 2.50%
  • Techno

    3 7.50%
  • Electro

    0 0%
  • Hard House

    0 0%
  • Progressive House

    0 0%
  • Deep/Tech House

    0 0%
  • Trip Hop

    0 0%
  • Rap / Hip Hop

    6 15.00%
  • Rock / Alternative

    17 42.50%
  • Heavy Metal

    4 10.00%
  • R 'n B

    0 0%
  • Pop

    0 0%
  • Classical

    4 10.00%
  • Reggae

    2 5.00%
  • Ambient / Other

    3 7.50%

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This is a discussion on Music within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; I think Iron Maiden is a metal band but they sound more like rock to me. My favorite groups are: ...

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    I think Iron Maiden is a metal band but they sound more like rock to me.

    My favorite groups are:
    Bad Religion
    Metallica
    Iron Maiden
    Pantera

    \m/

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    Heavy metal all the way .
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    you should all lighten up and get Britney pumping on your beat box. hehe

    Listen to classical to educate yourselves....it helps you think and work....well, sometimes
    Such is life.

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    >>Listen to classical to educate yourselves....it helps you think and work....well, sometimes<<

    Do John Williams or Howard Shore count as classical music?

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    >>Listen to classical to educate yourselves...

    Ah, yes... Classical. Its like music but without lyrics.

    >>get Britney pumping on your beat box

    Dito.
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    >Listen to classical to educate yourselves....it helps you think and work....well, sometimes

    I don't know if it educates, but I've read that baroque is good for thinking. The rythm of baroque seems to be like the rythm of the beat of your heart.. or something like that. Anyway, experiments have shown that thinking is improved when listening to baroque.

    Currently in the Netherlands, reggae is coming up now and quite popular. I like a lot of styles, but reggae sure is one of my favourites.

    >Are there any party-animals(clubbers) in here?
    >If so, what's it like in your country?

    A few years ago, there was a "music"-style which was called gabber. It seemed to be quite popular, never been to gabber parties, I don't like gabber. Gabber was in large partytents, but club is only in the dancing-halls and discotheques.

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    I really cant classify my fav genre but I mostly like Hip-Hop and Trance

    >>you should all lighten up and get Britney pumping on your beat box. hehe

    I thought that you and stevey were "hardcore" Kylie fans

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    Originally posted by TechWins wouldn't iron maiden be considered heavy metal?
    Originally posted by Cshot I think Iron Maiden is a metal band but they sound more like rock to me.
    Rock is only a genre under which heavy metal is just a style.

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    Well - I am an absolutely mad fan of The Cure.. but I like a wide variety of music, so i have everything from The Beatles to Tool in my collection..

    But one thing I am enjoying right now is Ladytron's album 604. (not "The Ladytron" - different bands..). It's like Kraftwerk meets Moloko.. or something, I am having a hard time thinking of a parralel actually.

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    Best bands playing today are Blues Traveller, Widespread Panic, and Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.
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    Talking

    Rock, ha~
    Never end on learning~

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    Something slow on the cd player would do me great while writing programs.... or when my brain is in busy mode....

    While relaxing, (brain in idle mode) I'll prefer either slow or just rock...

    It's unfulfilled dreams that keep you alive.

    //netboy

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    hip-hop! Anyone ever seen the movie "Office Space", in the beginning with the programmer listening to rap, pretty funny .

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    Yeah, Office Space that's one funny movie.
    "Damn, It feels good to be a Gangsta"

    What kind of music is of Beastie Boys? Its too loud to be named as Hip-Hop/Rap??

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    >>What kind of music is of Beastie Boys? Its too loud to be named as Hip-Hop/Rap??

    How about: "Obnoxious nasal wannabes"? ... Okay so I own two of their albums... But in my defence I own two of everybodies albums.

    >>Yeah, Office Space that's one funny movie.

    One of the best of all time. Oh: See 'Out Cold'. Definatly one of the top 3 funniest movies I've ever seen.

    >>but I like a wide variety of music, so i have everything from The Beatles to Tool in my collection..

    Dito. Diversity makes te world go 'round.
    "There's always another way"
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