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so far, i know that mosseydog is a fan of rodrigo y gabriela & henry is a champion of all things metal, but what do the rest of you listen to when spending winter evenings sorting out the lure box?
for reasons too long and complicated to go into, i've been on a trip back in time tonight, listening to King Crimson.
£20 says Dai ain't into westlife!
oh, and Mr Cowell's latest puppet not making it to the Christmas No. 1 has just about made my Christmas
 

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Please tell me Rage against the Machine beat Cowells latest lacky!!
 

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Don't like heavy metal but can cope with most other music, faves of mine include UB40 and Enya and anything 60's !
 

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My tastes might not be as heavy as Henry's but:
Rage Against the Machine, Slipknot, Korn, Avenged Sevenfold, Stone Sour,Linkin Park, System of a Down.
 

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My mp3 player in the van has a whole host of different artists....everything from Pennywise to Stevie Nicks to Jamiroquai, peppered with some Slip Knot and a garnish of some Kate Rogers :wackit:
 

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may i just say that King Crimson does not represent normal listening, but it does demonstrate just how evocative music can be.
generally my tastes are pretty varied. love good RnB,but also have a weakness for classis rock, stones etc. but then agian Pendulum played at 11 takes some beating!
last 3 acts i've seen, Kings of Leon, Nitin Shawney & Elton John.
Ecclectic covers it i think!
 

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I love all rock, from Led Zep and Floyd, through to Zodiac mindwarp, Slip knot, korn and Marilyn Manson, although some of Henry's tastes are a touch on the heavy side even for me,,

BUT I HAVE A PSYCHOPATHIC EVIL HATRED OF ALL KINDS OF RAP MUSIC, WHETHER IT BE THE BEASTIE BOYS, LINKIN PARK OR NWA..
KILL EM ALL AND BOIL THEIR FLESH... :aarrg:
 

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tunny and madone have already mentioned some of my favourites but need to mention metallica, pearl jam, nirvana, maiden etc. other music for chilling is phonics, the chillies, lost prophets to name a very short list!!!! a special mention for DISTURBED!!!! yes i am down with sickness!!
"OH YEAH", Now that is what i'm talking about.. and i love David Draimans "snake bite" jewelery...

 

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I drove 40,000 miles in my car this year, so my built-in ipod connection is absolutely essential to my sanity.

I've ripped just about my entire CD collection onto the ipod, and i'm not sure how many songs are on there . . . . but it's a lot. I'm very-much a 'music for a mood' person. In the mornings, driving into work quietly, i like Pink Floyd, Coldplay, Jamie Cullum, Bill Withers, Ray Lamontagne, Marvin Gaye. In the evenings, when getting home as quickly as possible is the objective, it's over to Stereophonics, Faithless, The Killers, Kings of Leon & Ministry of Sound.

God i love my ipod :wackit:
 

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Mine go back to the punk era,
The Stranglers,clash, siouxsie and the banshees, sex pistols,stiff little fingers, and i like a bit of linkin park, nirvana

shark
 

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ShArk is about as close to what I like compared to everyone else. I am stuck in my teens when it comes to the music I never get fed up with listening to. I will listen to anything thats goos though, from Simon & Garf to Disturbed!! My total love though is ska from the late 70's, specials, bad manners, selecta, beat, etc etc, my absolute favourite two bands are the Jam and Stiff Little Fingers. but like I say anything good is good. Over the years I have been into allsorts, I even liked some progressive house stuff and went to see some excellent DJ's over here.
 

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mrfishjersey said:
ShArk is about as close to what I like compared to everyone else. I am stuck in my teens when it comes to the music I never get fed up with listening to. I will listen to anything thats goos though, from Simon & Garf to Disturbed!! My total love though is ska from the late 70's, specials, bad manners, selecta, beat, etc etc, my absolute favourite two bands are the Jam and Stiff Little Fingers. but like I say anything good is good. Over the years I have been into allsorts, I even liked some progressive house stuff and went to see some excellent DJ's over here.
Ahh mate you made me smile. Love the stuff. I'm gonna call you Rankin MrFish from now on. Was you a rude boy in your youth mate, I had the Harrington and the 2 tone suit? Cool eh?
 

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Ahh mate you made me smile. Love the stuff. I'm gonna call you Rankin MrFish from now on. Was you a rude boy in your youth mate, I had the Harrington and the 2 tone suit? Cool eh?
Harrington, Brogues, Loafers, Staypress, tonic suit, Cromby, Fred Perry, Lonsdale, even known to own a couple of boating blazers!! And of course a PX200 Vespa, yes mate I lived the dream. Strangely now my daughter who is 21 absolutely loves Madness, one of her favourite bands. I played bass guitar in a band in the 80's, mainly our own stuff but quite a few 60's covers and most of The Jams songs we could rattle, I still play a mean Down in the tube station on my daughter bass, it does impress her.
 

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mrfishjersey said:
Blockhead said:
Ahh mate you made me smile. Love the stuff. I'm gonna call you Rankin MrFish from now on. Was you a rude boy in your youth mate, I had the Harrington and the 2 tone suit? Cool eh?
Harrington, Brogues, Loafers, Staypress, tonic suit, Cromby, Fred Perry, Lonsdale, even known to own a couple of boating blazers!! And of course a PX200 Vespa, yes mate I lived the dream. Strangely now my daughter who is 21 absolutely loves Madness, one of her favourite bands. I played bass guitar in a band in the 80's, mainly our own stuff but quite a few 60's covers and most of The Jams songs we could rattle, I still play a mean Down in the tube station on my daughter bass, it does impress her.

quick - get him Marc!
 

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Harrington, Brogues, Loafers, Staypress, tonic suit, Cromby, Fred Perry, Lonsdale, even known to own a couple of boating blazers!! And of course a PX200 Vespa, yes mate I lived the dream. Strangely now my daughter who is 21 absolutely loves Madness, one of her favourite bands. I played bass guitar in a band in the 80's, mainly our own stuff but quite a few 60's covers and most of The Jams songs we could rattle, I still play a mean Down in the tube station on my daughter bass, it does impress her.

It was easier for us, leather bike jacket, denim "cut off" covered in patchouli oil, engine oil, and various bodily fluids,

Levi "originals" covered in engine oil and stinking to high heaven, loads of tattoos and piercings (years before they became popular) and a bath once a week whether you needed it or not, and not forgetting the obligatory chopped motorcycle with a big t*tted young lady on the back...
"Ahhhhh, them were the days" :muttley:
 
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