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Old 07-24-2006, 10:03 PM   #31 (permalink)
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what does coldplay being a new band have to do with anything? you said Brand New, if i read that correctly, which if im also correct again, is just as recent as coldplay. every song has a different impact on everyone. and by the way, i think its quite funny that you said i was 12, im not the one with spelling issues here sweet heart. "inlighten" is spelled ENLIGHTEN. the reason that song changed my life is because the lyrics are outstanding, it brings a whole new meaning to my day.

all this coming from someone who acquired their music taste from their boyfriend?
Let me explain. The first song that changed my life was a song by Johnny Cash. I guess I'd just expect an older song from the 90's or 80's 70's or and even the 60's etc.. to have changed your life before the band coldplay even came about. Know what I mean now?

I said Brand New later on cause its the newist song/band to have changed my life.

If it seemed like I was jumping all over you then I'm sorry, cause I didn't mean to come off that way.. maybe if I put !!!!! everywhere I would have come off surprised as I was.

My spelling.. msdhfshdjfjsh is because I have have spelling problems, and I've said this before.

most of the music I listen to I foudn myself, on th einternet and just by buying ramdon un heard of cds. Also by hearing some of my friends cd's got me into alot of msuic. Such as my boyfriend he has also gotten me into many bands, good bands at that. Whats wrong with that? I also got into alot of music because of my parents.. I think I got into most of music becasue of other peoples taste in bands, there cd's caught me. I think most people hear things and like things they hear in stores, from friends, on the radio, on the internet.. it just happens that way.. don;'t you think?

and because of the newer song I was just joking by saying you must be 12.
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Old 07-24-2006, 10:05 PM   #32 (permalink)
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yeah. sorry, it came out the wrong way i guess.

not everyone gets their musical taste from stores and mainstream media.
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Old 07-24-2006, 10:13 PM   #33 (permalink)
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yeah. sorry, it came out the wrong way i guess.

not everyone gets their musical taste from stores and mainstream media.
I don't. Most of the bands i listen to aren't mainstream here. the last time I listened to a mainstream band was Panic at the disco.. *cough*, but thats because I heard them on the interent and liked one there songs because it was up beat and catchy.. But I wouldn't disclose a bands becuase there mainstream but most bands I like aren't, but if they go mainstream and they still have there sound then I would still have interest in them just not liek it was before.

lucky for me I live in Canada so most of the music I listen to isn't mainstrem here, and if it is, it wouldn't matter because I don't watch the music tv stations, nor do i listen to the radio.
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Old 07-25-2006, 02:43 AM   #34 (permalink)
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Probably Tool - Parabola
I used to be into all that crappy nu-metal crap then I heard this song, so I bought a Tool album and it grew on me like crazy. I idolised Maynard, still do I guess. Heard Maynard was in a band 'A Perfect Circle'. Bought 'Thirteenth Step'. Thought 'What the hell have I just bought? This is boring' but listened to it anyway cause it cost me $20. After about a week I realised that it was freaking sweet, so I greatly expanded my music tastes.

Basically Parabola was the gateway out of crap music
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