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What type of music do you like?

Yeah, it's kind of a generic question, but I'm still asking.


I like dance music. However more house than trance. Dancing
Plus that's why my station plays!

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Industrial, electronica, R&B, Jazz, Salsa, old rock and others.

Royksopp, Laibach, Pink Floyd, Pat Meheney,
Bjork, Sigurros, The kings of convenience, Radiohead,
Red hot chilli peppers, The cure,...

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Old Skool Rap.

Run DMC, Ice Cube, Positive K, Young MC, Paperboy, Etc . . .

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Anyone heard/like Juliet, particularly the song Avalon? Kinda darkish electronica infused with rock.

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i like dance but again more on the house side thats wat my station plays just like yours
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like all sorts and have played all sorts, faverate type of musc is eurodance thought, i play mostly unsigned artists on my station from most genes, nothing is really prohibited. Even had some rudolf on afew christmases ago
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Franc Ferdinand and lately I really like Muse... not surprising since
I like radiohead, too, but Muse are better.

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I've been liking some trip-hop along with the usual trance and house electronic I listen to. I fancy Hooverphonic, Portishead, Björk, Sneaker Pimps and Everything But the Girl. I was also listening to Depeche Mode today on my commute to work.

BTW, Marko, it's Franz Ferdinand.

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I know, Franz, sorry. My father is Franc so its easy to confuse them
That would be one cool concert, hope they come around here. FF, that is, not my father

Depeche Mode had a concert here this summer, quite nice, but not spectacular.
Nick Cave and White Stripes, those were cool concerts. And maybe Craftwerk
for old times sake. REM was not bad either.

Everything about the girl is pretty cool, too. So is Bjork, but you've got to be
in the mood and let it get under your skin. Portishead? I like some songs,
probably the most "pop" ones I must admit.

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I forgot Outkast, Anjali, Aventura, Moloko and of course GoldFrapp

Also Stereolab and too many others to list.

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I've a few Moloko tunes, Sing It Back is mostly what comes to mind and her song with Portishead. As for Portishead, I had to listen to the songs a few times for them to grow on me, but then I really liked them.

Goldfrapp are good, and their latest album had some cracking singles from it.

I'm also a sucker for pop/trance like Ian van Dahl and Lasgo along with the likes of Benassi. Also on my list of music would be Billie Holiday, Fiona Apple, No Doubt, Garbage and occasionally some classical (like Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake).

Speaking of music, people in the States are really sheltered from some good bands. Of course this mostly applies to those that look to FM radio for music, which is basically controlled by this company called Clear Channel.

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