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    Can anyone please explain the attraction of this music? they'res no words or very little words, it can't be danced to, it sounds like a hoover's on, do drugged up people just listen to this? i don't understand why anyone would like it. do you just sway to it or something?

    I mean i am open to all types of music, even if i don't like them, i can understand WHY people might like them, but when i hear the majority of my friends get excited by dubstep, i'm just like :confused:
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    Bass weight. Physical Listening experience. You just don't get that with any other genre.
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    I quite like dubstep, it's also good on drugs.
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    (Original post by Quiller)
    Bass weight. Physical Listening experience. You just don't get that with any other genre.
    This. Also, you can shake a foot or two to dubstep lol. You're just not doing it right!!!
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    you're not listening it under the right conditions :p:
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    I'd also like to add a disclaimer that i don't listen to it whilst taking drugs as a couple of you seem to do lol.
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    You need to go to an underground rave or something and really feel the bass etc...it's quite an experience.
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    Darkstep>dubstep
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    (Original post by Reaver)
    Darkstep>dubstep

    ha ha funny joke
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    same reason why people rave on about the killers being so good, or generic indie and emo

    underground dubstep, when you can feel the bass :coma:
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    It's deep, loud bass riffs make it feel amazing. Its use of offbeats makes it good for drunk/coked up people to dance to.
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    (Original post by robinson999)
    same reason why people rave on about the killers being so good, or generic indie and emo

    underground dubstep, when you can feel the bass :coma:
    what an unbelievable feeling. especially on drugs. :headbang:

    oh and op, you can dance to it, although it is basically just jumping around like a retard, with some rhythm
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    you skank to dubstep
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    For me it's the bass, especially on a subwoofer :coma:
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    From a good soundsystem and in a venue that has a dnb room aswell, it is amazing.
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    (Original post by Nfixlol)
    what an unbelievable feeling. especially on drugs. :headbang:

    oh and you can dance to it, although it is basically just jumping around like a retard, with some rhythm
    :p: i dunno any that :p:

    long as its not mossing to it:p:
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    dubsteps beautiful music, proper deep. and ye with a good sound system and a few illegal substances it sounds even better, it's given me such good experiences!!
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    dubstep is great but i think benga is a bit over-rated
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    I worked at a subdub event, was crazy, crowd is a mix of white hippys or black guys on drugs.people being sick, losing stuff then being aggressive coz u dont no where it is..lasted from 9pm to 6.30am the following morning. hardcore music that i could still here in my head at 3pm the following day.defo not for me!!!!!
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    Coz its frickin awesome
 
 
 
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