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    I've always been honest with what I like, music was a big part of my every day and I grew up with the classics. I love music from the 60s and 70s. I love 90s music, I'm quite proud that was my time. Now, there isn't anything new that really gets me going as the music I grew up with. I find it phony and any talent out there is hidden by mainstream crap and commercialism. Music is forever though.. I'll never get sick of the good stuff

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    It is funny how we change and evolve. I used to be a real rap head and really used to love and enjoy it, but nowadays i find that i hardly listen to the genre and i pretty much listen to all kinds of music. I never ever thought i would change my ways to be honest.

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    I guess tastes change as we grow older. When I was younger I loved listening to Heavy Metal, switched to love songs when Cupid's arrows struck me. That period went by and I became a religious person. These days, I only listen to slow-tempo music Christian music. If you've heard music by The Maranatha Singers. . .that's my kind of music I listen to these days.

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    My music taste is still the same when it comes to quality and technicality. Although I have to say that I have broaden my choices more over the years and I have become more open to new sounds unlike before.

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    Most definitely. I had the whole pop phase with Britney and Christina when I was younger. Then I turned into Rock/Metal for a while then it was full on gangster music. :P But now, I can listen to rap, rock or pop but I usually listen to Indie and House music.

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    My musical taste has become more narrow over the years but emotionally I've always liked music that is slow and sad. I used to listen to Nine Inch Nails a lot and metal but now I just listen to classical music. I understand now what I listened to before wasn't very good musically or meaningful.

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    My music taste has definitely changed. In the past I would listen to and enjoy soul but not anymore. My interest is in Christian music. Listening to Christian music Is very soothing and inspirational for me.

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    Definitely. I used to like dark gothic bands. That changed somehow in the 90's when all I wanted was Grunge. Strangely enough, as I got older I started craving metal, in particular power metal music, interspersed with the sombre melodies of Tom Waits, Rykarda Parasol and others of that genre. I figure I have a lot of creative anger inside me.

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    It definitely has! It's actually pretty weird because the genre I liked back then is kind of annoying to me now.

    Back then I used to listen to pop rock, and now I can't stand listening to it. Nowadays, I enjoy listening to alternative and indie rock. I'm not so interested in Indie pop, but I do like pop sometimes.

    Well, sometimes I surprise myself by liking music I wouldn't usually like. If it gets stuck in my head, then there's a higher chance of me beginning to like the song.

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