Stuff You Discovered You Like That Doesn't Fit In Your Categories:

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51 WhoNeedsSleep15th Jan 2012 05:22:38 AM from the wing of this plane.
I literally have no genre/category preferences, and I like pretty much everything, although with a huge tilt towards Barenaked Ladies, Morphine, and to a lesser extent, Beach Boys and Simon & Garfunkel. That said, I usually don't care a whole lot for top 40 style pop. However,

Katy Perry. I think she's crap overall and, as a lesbian, that Ur So Gay one is kindof offensive. But it's really, really catchy.

And I'm a little shocked that I don't hate Lady Gaga.
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52 wuggles15th Jan 2012 07:48:51 PM from Miami, FL , Relationship Status: With my statistically significant other
I do like soundtrack songs, even though I mostly listen to R&B and rap, which tends not to be in soundtracks.
I normally don't listen to peppy, upbeat, electronic music, but somehow got completely hooked on Eurobeat Brony.

edited 30th Jan '12 12:25:05 PM by mcb01932

I don't like the genre, I hate Ke$ha, but "Dirty Picture" is an awesome song. It's the synth riff.
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Rihanna though I'm not sure how much of it is her actual music and how much is Perverse Sexuel Lust.

edited 7th Feb '12 3:45:14 PM by KingNerd

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56 0dd17th Feb 2012 11:48:52 PM from Nowhere Land
Just awesome like that
I am very accepting of all music and listen to more or less every genre, but my preference is classic rock (especially The Beatles, The Who, Simon & Garfunkel, Electric Light Orchestra, and They Might Be Giants—the latter admittedly being alternative rock and not classified as classic rock in the technical sense of the term).

So why is it that I've recently gained an obsession with Kanye West?
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I hate Kanye West, and I'm not a fan of rap at all, but I love "POWER".
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59 inane24213th Feb 2012 01:59:27 PM from A B-Movie Bildungsroman
Anwalt der Verdammten
That song is....

....Infuriatingly catchy and I have no clue why.
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I like to say that I'm into most genres, but I usually listen to hard rock and heavy metal from the 50s to the early 90s, as well as 80s pop and hip-hop. I'm not into the kind of pop and hip-hop that's been on the radio for the past decade or so.

That said, I enjoy "Party Rock Anthem" for some bizarre reason.

I also like the aforementioned "Power," but I find that more understandable, since I tend to like rapping accompanied by epic-sounding instrumentation.
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61 inane24213th Feb 2012 04:49:18 PM from A B-Movie Bildungsroman
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LMFAO is... good for some reason.
I despise Brostep but my fondness for Nu Metal means I really like "Narcistic Cannibal" by Korn and Skrillex.

Edit: Dubstep has been changed to Brostep.

edited 19th Apr '12 9:47:05 AM by KingNerd

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edited 14th Feb '12 6:54:12 AM by PinkamenaDianePie

64 moronvonfiddle16th Feb 2012 12:12:52 AM from OS-TRAY-LIYA, MATE!
Snuff by Slipknot. Way, WAY out of my usual punk tastes.
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66 Inhopelessguy17th Feb 2012 11:27:56 PM from Birmingham Ctl, UK , Relationship Status: Wanna dance with somebody
La Roux's "Bulletproof".

Like... it's so damn catchy. It's also waaaaaaay outside of my pop-punk and post-hardcore stuff.


I hate Rick Ross but I loved his verse on the Angels remix.
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I usually don't like indie pop but I like "Month of May" By Arcade Fire.
69 AcesoldierZero10th Apr 2012 04:43:16 PM from Vicenza, Italy , Relationship Status: I wanna know about these strangers like me
As someone who listens to mostly rap and hard rock, I have accrued a few of these:

  • The Weeknd. Has a lot of things that would ordinarily turn me off(R&B, softer voice, slower-paced, affiliated with Drake), but the dude can really sing and has some amazing production.
  • Armenian traditional music, especially when it incorporates duduk. Until recently, the closest thing to my people's traditional music I listened to was SystemOfADown, but it's been inspiring me to learn more of the language, so I'm happy I started listening to it.
  • Utada Hikaru. I blame Kingdom Hearts for this one, but she really is a spectacular singer in both Japanese and English.
  • This freaking song by Lykke Li and Kleerup. Major Ear Worm:
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