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    So many things I can think of.......But it has to be......George Bush, hands down.
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    Contrived music.
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    JB & Rebecca B
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    Generally, Simon Cowell's Xfactor ****. The types that know nothing of the music industry and song writing, fired into millions quicker than the beeriods after a heavy night on the piss.
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    (Original post by metalthrashin'mad)
    Not seen that film, just kind of assumed it would be a load of ****e. And from that trailer I would probably be right.
    It's god awful. Like a soft porn...I do enjoy the soundtrack though
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    Gabba/Speedcore. Just no.
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    Pop, Metal, Rap. Yeah.
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    (Original post by Dux_Helvetica)
    Pop, Metal, Rap. Yeah.
    Aside from the fact that most rap and metal is pop, I want to know what you do listen to. Seems like you've just about got classical, jazz, ambient and noise left.
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    I'm sorry but Dubstep... Please no more.
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    Screamo music. Sometimes the guttural voices scare me...
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    Dubstep

    Seriously, WTF is that ****
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    (Original post by Delta_Aitch)
    Screamo music. Sometimes the guttural voices scare me...
    screaming is by definition high pitched.

    Gutturals by definition are extremely lowed pitched.

    So maybe if a genre has gutturals it isn't screamo? Not all music that has harsh vocals is screamo, and screamo isn't even a big or popular genre.
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    (Original post by janeybean)
    Jazz! I really can't stand listening to jazz, makes my ears bleed!


    Your ears are the problem.
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    I can listen to anything except most country and bad "screamo" (as opposed to good skramz like Orchid and Envy) and bad hardcore (i/e Pulling Teeth).

    I do have to be in a certain mood even to listen to good hardcore, though, and am picky about the vocals (just for a taste of what I consider good hardcore, here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RkM4J-zguw
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    Whats wrong with being part of the "i'll listen to anything" crew? Is openness to music really that looked down upon?
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    (Original post by metalthrashin'mad)
    screaming is by definition high pitched.

    Gutturals by definition are extremely lowed pitched.

    So maybe if a genre has gutturals it isn't screamo? Not all music that has harsh vocals is screamo, and screamo isn't even a big or popular genre.
    Actually, the screamo I've heard has been low pitched like a roar
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    (Original post by Fat-Love)
    Whats wrong with being part of the "i'll listen to anything" crew? Is openness to music really that looked down upon?
    Absolutely nothing wrong with it. Looking down on another person for what they listen to is like looking down on them for having brown hair.
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    (Original post by metalthrashin'mad)
    screaming is by definition high pitched.

    Gutturals by definition are extremely lowed pitched.

    So maybe if a genre has gutturals it isn't screamo? Not all music that has harsh vocals is screamo, and screamo isn't even a big or popular genre.
    Guttural noises are usually prevalent in metal and hardcore.

    A lot of screamo has harsh vocals, but is extremely melodic.
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    (Original post by DanLorenzo)
    Dubstep and heavy metal. I appreciate that both make skill to make but where's the rhythm and soul in those genres? You can't move to them apart from jumping around wildly flailing your arms in mid air.
    At the risk of answering a rhetorical question:



    1'56" onwards.
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    (Original post by nosceteipsummm)
    Guttural noises are usually prevalent in metal and hardcore.

    A lot of screamo has harsh vocals, but is extremely melodic.
    I know?

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