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    Quote Originally Posted by MothersMilk View Post
    I am finding as i get older i don't really listen to 'new' music anymore, i just re-play old favourites.

    I'm pretty boring i'm still listening to same albums i was listening to 10 years ago
    I think this is the definition of getting old. I used to think my parents were boring because they listened to The Beatles, The Eagles, Led Zeppelin and Creedence Clearwater Revival. Now I'm realising my daughter must think the same of me.

    My tastes haven't changed much....still a fan of rock/hard rock and if I have a choice its usually Nirvana, Soundgarden, AC/DC, Grinspoon, Wolfmother and the like. I do like some of the newer stuff but find most of it these days mass produced garbage. So yeah, I'm old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I love Crowded House, Jeff Buckley, Nirvana, Neko Case, Mumford and Sons, The Proclaimers (all of their many albums, not just the very few that were hits) Love Emmy-Lou Harris, The Beatles, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, REM, ABBA, Many, many musical theatre tunes, Regina Spektor, Adele, Lily Allen, The Whitlams. Ash. I like more alternate country now, and some roots, I love Johnny Cash and Dolly Parton. Eva Cassidy, DAAS. I know every word to JCS and Les Mis.
    MissKitty, I think I love you. We have a lot of music taste in common. I am a MASSIVE Beatles and Paul McCartney/Wings fan, I went to every Melbourne concert of DAAS and still love Paul McDermott, and DH and I are musical theatre geeks and know the entire score of Les Mis, JCS and Phantom. Love the Whitlams and Regina Spektor and Johnny Cash too.

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    I love "alternative" music
    Mumford & Sons
    Regina Spektor
    Sarah Blasko
    Missy Higgins
    Ingrid Michaelson
    The Paper Kites
    Sarah Bereilles
    And many many more.

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    As a kid I liked Hanson, backstreet boys, spice girls

    As a teen I liked rap hip hop

    As an adult I like r&b, soft rock, top 30 like pink, Taylor swift, Beyonce, Rihanna, maroon 5, good Charlotte, Bruno mars, Adele, lady gaga, some of muse songs, I
    Like that paradise song on revenge etc can't think of anymore right now I think I like a wide assortment now I'm older. I don't as much go by artist I go by songs.
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    Eclectic Music
    mostly Country but then I will be singing Ice T

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    If it's music I pretty much love it. I have such eclectic taste.
    Particularly love Happy Hardcore (the music they usually play in gyms).

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