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Musical taste.

BurnedOut

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Let's talk about our musical tastes.
Personally, I'm quite inclined towards music with a high tempo with linear beats. The only exception is the high tempo drums of thrash metal and metalcore which don't sound fractal in nature. To be precise, my favorite drum beats are that used in DnB. About guitars? I prefer high octane riffs which are downturned and shredder solos and solos in general too. To sum it up, I like old school heavy and thrash metal and metalcore guitar riffs. I prefer alternative rock as well except if the tempo is too low or the song is too slow in general. Classical music is boring for me except when I'm meditating. The only type of electronic music I like is DnB with a very high tempo eg. Be Electric.
I'm usually tolerant of most genres but I dislike mainstream pop and rock and bland classical music with slow tempos.

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Me? Any complicated music with seemingly random rhytm and beats where I'm the only one around able to decipher the melodical pattern. Not necessarily had to have lyrics but it applies just the same.
 

Serac

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I like progressive techno music with atmospheric synths/sampling and minor-scale melodies. I think the song that originally set me onto that path was Fatboy Slim's "Right here right now" which I heard as a little kid. It blew my mind when I first heard it, and usually still does.
 
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QuickTwist

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I like progressive techno music with atmospheric synths/sampling and minor-scale melodies. I think the song that originally set me onto that path was Fatboy Slim's "Right here right now" which I heard as a little kid. It blew my mind when I first heard it, and usually still does.
That song pops up on my Youtube Autoplay sometimes. It's not bad, but I can see how a young Serac would dig it a lot.
 

v3nge

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I believe all INTPs should listen to Tool at least once.
 

QuickTwist

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I like progressive techno music with atmospheric synths/sampling and minor-scale melodies. I think the song that originally set me onto that path was Fatboy Slim's "Right here right now" which I heard as a little kid. It blew my mind when I first heard it, and usually still does.
Guess you must try Adam F then. All in his Colours album.
 
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