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To: justshutupandtakeit

Thank you. Love it here.

Well, I think it was Louis Armstrong who said, "There's two kinds of music, good and bad."

Japanese, when sang, can be a little headache inducing. Especially when they try to translate it into English. "I must protecting my heart from your faaaace..."

Honestly, I'm a little narrow-minded musically. I like the volume button up, too, but when the music itself is loud and turned up, like at a rock concert, or a young black male in a souped up car in a parking lot (everyday occurence), I want to leave.

Soundtracks and TV themes are my favorites. I don't know why. Someone else my age is listening to Metallica, while I'm listening to the theme from "The Odd Couple." Although I do appreciate a little Weird Al every now and then...that's about as noisy as I get.

In college, I would even turn the volume way down, I guess out of courtesy, in case someone down the hall could hear it or something. Most of my neighbors were not so kind.

13 posted on 09/16/2005 10:48:34 PM PDT by pcottraux (It's pronounced "P. Coe-troe.")
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To: pcottraux
Welcome to FR!
Nice to hear you have an interesting taste in music.
I've been collecting records/cds since 1973.
I think it's an important thing to appreciate different genres (I hate Rap though).
I especially collect the Beatle's Apple Records label (Have them all now), the artists ranged from Hard rock to Celtic to Indian.
I agree on the Japanese kabuki music, to me its like fingernails on a chalkboard. Weird Al is pretty funny, amazing that his father was a famous polka musician.
14 posted on 09/17/2005 4:55:44 AM PDT by Brainhose (THINK OF THE KITTENS!)
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