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Old 09-08-2006, 12:31 AM   #31
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I actually like emo (c'mon! screamo and emo violence are great!)
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Old 09-08-2006, 01:51 AM   #33
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I have lots of emo music: AFI , Thrice, Death Cab for Cutie, All-American Rejects, Panic! at the Disco, Fall Out Boy, Taking Back Sunday

However, I do NOT have anything by My Chemical Romance


oh i forgot the obligatory
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Old 09-08-2006, 02:23 AM   #34
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Good Charlotte.
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Old 09-08-2006, 02:39 AM   #35
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When I found out I'm getting old: I saw a girl at the hair salon where I used to work wearing a bunch of Good Charlotte buttons and I was stupid enough to ask her if her name was Charlotte.
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Old 09-08-2006, 04:21 AM   #36
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I quite like some of the stuff mentioned here, ironic or otherwise. AFI, My Chemical Romance, Take That and yes a dash of Good Charlotte.

But if you want a musical guilty pleasure, I'll say the song 'Hysteria' by Muse. There, I said it. I think it's a great song, as do I think 2000000 other people on this board, but honestly I think the band is rubbish (ie. unlike the 2000000 other people on this board). I can listen to that song all day though.
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Old 09-08-2006, 08:34 AM   #37
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Savage Garden.......
in particular I loved their first album...
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I'm a sucker for late 90s radio poprock. Save Tonight by Eagle Eyed Cherry, Here's to the Night by Eve 6, Hands by Jewel, Graduation Song by Vitamin C (yes I just said that). Old stuff by Matchbox 20, Goo Goo Dolls, Green Day.

Nostalgia purposes, makes me feel like a little kid again

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I don't own any albums of hers, but if any Celine Dion songs come on the radio, I always listen


that by far is the worst one here yet


I also really like No Doubt, but I think that's cos my best friend has liked them forever and always plays their stuff and it's kinda grown on me
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I don't own any albums of hers, but if any Celine Dion songs come on the radio, I always listen
This remembered me of another sin...
A friend of mine had Celine Dion's "1 fille & 4 types" (a girl a four guys), a french album of her released in 2003... and I started to like some songs...
One day, when she lent me the album... I started to like it. It's a bit different of what that woman uses to do.
It has a folk pop/rock feeling and some songs look western. She almost doesn't scream. her voice looks peaceful and the songs are very pleasant. The lyrics seem good to (depite not written by her). I think that if Celine Dion was not known, probably more people would enjoy it too (for a pop singer, of course).
I like that album and I'm not ashamed of that.
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Not counting individual songs....because my iPod is overloaded with embaressing songs

Cher, Fall Out Boy, and The Spice Girls


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Old 09-09-2006, 12:51 PM   #42
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I'm a sucker for late 90s radio poprock. Save Tonight by Eagle Eyed Cherry, Here's to the Night by Eve 6, Hands by Jewel, Graduation Song by Vitamin C (yes I just said that). Old stuff by Matchbox 20, Goo Goo Dolls, Green Day.

Nostalgia purposes, makes me feel like a little kid again



you forgot the amazing Duncan Sheik song Barely Breathing

that was an integral song in my childhood
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I once went to a minor league baseball game with some friends even thought I hate baseball just because the ticket price included a Chicago concert at the stadium afterwards.

But I think my biggest musical weakness is cheesy 80s synth-pop.
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Old 09-19-2006, 03:41 PM   #45
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you forgot the amazing Duncan Sheik song Barely Breathing

that was an integral song in my childhood
Ahh yes, Barely Breathing. I bought the whole album. I also thought Jars of Clay was a good idea too. And New Kids on the Block. and Debbie Gibson. (thankfully, I have gotten rid of the evidence for the last two).

I must admit I contain several other items in my guilty closet:

there is one Mandy Moore song on my computer, one Britney, several Christina, some J Lo, 2 Celine Dion songs, 2 songs by Nelly along with countless other songs I downloaded. I made myself feel better by putting them in a folder I named "crap I don't know why I have". Yet, the folder still remains today...

other than that, I would say my other guilty pleasures are owning a Linkin Park album...at least that's all I will admit to for today...
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