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0r4ng3
05-03-2006, 04:43 PM
What bands do you/did you like, and what year did you start listening to them? I was bored one day, so I wrote up the list. This is what I have.

Pre-2002
Linkin Park
Papa Roach
Korn
Staind
Alien Ant Farm
System of a Down
Disturbed

2002
The Offspring

2003
blink-182
Sum 41

2004
Green Day (this was BEFORE I knew of American Idiot, selloutz)
Bad Religion
Breaking Benjamin
Boxcar Racer

2005
Pennywise
Descendents
MxPx
Social Distortion
Avenged Sevenfold
Dragonforce
The Vandals
Anti-Flag
The Network
NoFX

2006
Pulley
Fugazi
Big D and the Kids Table
Billy Talent
Dream Theater
Streetlight Manifesto

Next possible bands: AFI, Catch 22, Sonata Artica.

Red indicates that I don't listen to them anymore. What does your list look like?

coke_a_holic
05-03-2006, 06:25 PM
pre-2003
Nirvana
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Smashing Pumpkins
Run-DMC
Cake
Linkin Park
Various Radio Bands
Various Bands in Video Game Soundtracks

2003
Offspring
AFI
Green Day
Sublime
Rancid
Metallica
System of a Down
AC/DC
Guns n Roses

2004
The Sex Pistols
The Clash
The Dead Kennedys
The Ramones
The Misfits
Tiger Army
Led Zeppelin
Jimi Hendrix
The Who

2005
Primus
Blue Oyster Cult
Big D and the Kids Table
Mr. Bungle
Catch 22
The Specials
Beck
Black Sabbath

2006
Frank Zappa
Gogol Bordello
Streetlight Manifesto
Derek and the Dominoes

That's basically it, there are others I'm forgetting, I'm sure.

That_Guy91
05-03-2006, 06:30 PM
Half of Jesse's pre-2002 and 2005 lists are from me.

- -Lauren- -
05-03-2006, 07:01 PM
pre 2001-Spice Girls
Backstreet Boys
N Sync
Britney Spears
Lou Bega (yeah, I know! Lou Bega!)
and all that good stuff

2001-2003
ALL HIP HOP
AND RAP
(many artists I don't even remember!)

2004
Offspring
Evanescence
Alien Ant Farm

2005 - Present
Offspring (dur)
Some Green Day (more like Dookie material)
MCR
Aiden
Flyleaf
Action Action
Hawthorne Heights
Nirvana
SOAD
getting into Pennywise (they're very good, i just don't know where to start!)
NOFX
and all that great stuff...

0r4ng3
05-03-2006, 07:09 PM
Half of Jesse's pre-2002 and 2005 lists are from me.
Yeah, it was around the end of 2005 when we didn't like the EXACT SAME bands the EXACT SAME amount.

Jebus
05-03-2006, 07:22 PM
I don't recall the years but the list probably starts around age 9/10. I'm almost 18 now. These are just the main ones. I'm sure there's lots I'm forgetting.
Spice Girls
Backstreet Boys
The Beatles
Korn
Offspring (sometimes)
Blink 182
Green Day (sometimes)
Rob Zombie
Bad Religion (sometimes)
Metallica (sometimes)
ACDC
Steve Vai
Joe Satriani
Yngwie Malmsteen
Jason Becker (sometimes)
Megadeth
Dream Theater
Liquid Tension Experiment
Pain of Salvation
Planet X
Racer X
Shawn Lane
Meshuggah
Mahavishnu Orchestra
John Mclaughlin
Shakti
Guitar Trio
Al di Meola
CAB

DeAtHsTaR
05-03-2006, 07:25 PM
2000-2002:
Smash Mouth
The Offspring
Weird Al
various video game stuff

2003
Metallica
Nirvana
Trapt

2004
Nickelback
Audioslave
Green Day (before AI came out)
Jet

2005
Home Grown
Everclear
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Pennywise
Reel Big Fish
Local H
Too many bands to list!!!!!

2006
Megadeth
Streetlight Manifesto
DragonForce

opivy21
05-03-2006, 07:27 PM
I'm not really good with what years things happened in. I'll just say that I got into different music starting in 8th grade (2003/04). That was the real turning point.

0r4ng3
05-03-2006, 07:40 PM
I edited my first post. If you can, include which bands you might get into next.

Tired_Of_You
05-03-2006, 07:41 PM
they are pretty much in order yay! oh and those are only the main ones so obviously a lot of bands are missing.
around 1993
The Beatles/Paul McCartney
Mitsou
Les BB

1996
Spice Girls
Backstreeboys

1998
The Offspring
Green Day

2000-2002
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Sex Pistols
Nirvana
AFI
Pennywise
The Ramones
Social Distortion
Bad Religion
AC/DC
Foo Fighters
The Cranberries
REM

2003-2005
Soundgarden
The Start
The Dandy Warhols
Garbage
Belle and Sebastian
Stars

2006
Corvus Corax
The Album Leaf

Red means that I don't really listen to them anymore - doesn't mean I don't like all of them.

I discovered more bands during 2003-2005, but I think I put some of them in 2000-2002 or I just forgot to write them.

Nineteen Seventy Nine
05-03-2006, 07:42 PM
Red means don't listen to at all anymore. Green means don't listen as much.

Long Ago
Lifehouse
*A-Teens (haha)
Uncle Kracker
Green Day
Third Eye Blind

2001
Yellowcard (guilty pleasure)
P.O.D.

2002
American Hi-Fi
Saliva
Linkin Park

2003
The White Stripes
Jet
Autopilot Off

2004
Franz Ferdinand
Sum 41
Billy Talent
Death From Above 1979
Stereophonics
Nirvana
Three Days Grace

2005
Nine Inch Nails
Avenged Sevenfold
Riverboat Gamblers
Queens of the Stone Age
I Am The Avalanche


2006
Korn
Slave to the System
Red Hot Chili Peppers

Mannen som blev en gris
05-04-2006, 12:55 PM
<1998
Crap that kids listen to. Magnus Uggla (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnus_Uggla) is the only one I really remember.

1998-2003
The OFFSPRING!!! :cool: :mad: :mad: :cool: And Hammerfall.

2003-2004
The Offspring, but I also started to listen to some older rock and metal, because I started listening to Rockklassiker (http://www.rockklassiker.se/).

2004-now
And here are the bands which I started to like in 2003 (I think) but didn't really "check them out" until 2004/-05:
Judas Priest
Manowar
Iron Maiden
Black Sabbath
Metallica
Dio

And there was a short punk/punkrock phase (which I'm still sort of in) during 2005.

Apathy
05-04-2006, 01:55 PM
Pre 99
Offspring
Metallica
Alice In Chains
Motley Crue


2001
Blink-182
Nirvana

2002
Green Day

2003
Sum 41
Beck
Millencolin

2004
Sublime
Bouncing Souls
The Matches
Suicide Machines
The Vandals

2005
Big D and The Kids Table
Dropkick Murhpys
Lagwagon
Operation Ivy
Streetlight Manifesto
Jawbreaker
Bad Religion
Smashing Pumpkins

2006
NOFX
AFI
The Aquabats
Mighty Mighty Bosstones


When I was little... I was really into metal and grunge and stuff. Eventually went from that to pop-punk... then dropped most of that and started liking ska. And that's where i'm at now. Mostly ska with a little pop-punk and punk thrown in. As for the future.... I'm checking out a list of ska bands give to me to see who I like... The Specials, Choking Victim, Leftover Crack, Bandits Of the Acoustic Revolution.

wheelchairman
05-04-2006, 02:00 PM
Well I started listening to the radio in 2000. I liked a lot of what I heard on the Top40. Really poppy stuff. I just liked music in general and would've been happy with anything though. I mainly liked the Offspring.


2001, the top40 station had annoying technical problems so I switched to the rock station more. Through rock stations I started liking
1. The Offspring
2. Korn
3. Limp Bizkit
4. Papa Roach
5. 3Doors Down.

2002. I went through a gay punk period, I started liking bands like AFI, NOFX, Pennywise. Whatever was popular and punk.

2003. I pretty much liked the same before. Except add Marilyn Manson and Bad Religion.

2004. I found the Smashing Pumpkins and that has been a love ever since.

2005. I went through a really weird folk music period. Particularly Irish folk. Particularly the Dubliners, and the Pogues. I also liked Johnny Cash and Woodie Guthrie.

2006. I like what I like now. It ranges from everything I liked before (except from the years 2001.) With an interesting new range of taste!

killer_queen
05-04-2006, 02:11 PM
Pre-1995
Mainly jazz. Don't know the artists. There were jazz discs in the stereo all day and I loved all of them. I don't know if I still listen them since I can't remember who they were.

And Beatles, of course. My brother was a huge fan of them and always making me listen their albums. I still listen to the albums I love.

Manhattan Transfer. When dad was taking me and my brother to the kinder garden they were our favourite band to listen in the car.

1995-2000

I started playing piano on '95. After a couple of months I became a classical music fan. The first favourite composer of mine was Vivaldi. Sadly, I can't stand Four Seasons right now. But Korsakoff, Rossini, Schubert CDs keeping their places in my stereo.

I started listening rock bands like Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Bad Company, etc...Still listening all of them. I guess I met Johnny Cash in these years.


2000-2002

Mom bought me a gypsy music CD. I wasn't into music in those years. Can't remember why.

2002-2004

After falling love with a boy with bad musical tastes Linkin Park, Limp Bizkit, Offspring and LOTS of metal crap were the things I listened. Sometimes I listen Offspring, I'm still a big fan of Sepultura and I still listen Swedish metal although it happens too rarely.

2004-2006

Weirdly, I don't feel like listening music anymore. I just listen when someone recommends me something. And Robbie Williams. That's all, I guess.

Nood!es
05-04-2006, 02:41 PM
I can only remember from 04 what I listened to. I know who I used to listen to just not years

Pre 2004 and 2004 (all red are from before 04)
cKy
HIM
ACDC
Kiss
Blink 182
Green Day (before Idiot)
Backstreet Boys
N-Sync
Eminem
The Offspring
Blue Oyster Cult
Motley Crue
Janes Addiction
Nirvana
System of a Down
Yellowcard
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Weezer
Sum 41
White Stripes

and theres a lot more I cant remember

2005-2006
Zao
Tech N9ne
Kottonmouth Kings
AFI
Aquabats
Avenged Sevenfold
Atreyu
Underoath
Alexisonfire
The Buzzcocks
Foo Fighters
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
As I Lay Dying
Beck
Hollywood Undead
NWA

jacknife737
05-04-2006, 02:51 PM
Dropkick Murhpys


wow, i've never heard of a person who stopped liking the Murphys untill now.

H1T_That
05-04-2006, 03:39 PM
What bands do you/did you like, and what year did you start listening to them? I was bored one day, so I wrote up the list. This is what I have.

Pre-2002
Linkin Park
Papa Roach
Korn
Staind
Alien Ant Farm
System of a Down
Disturbed

2002
The Offspring

2003
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Sum 41

2004
Green Day (this was BEFORE I knew of American Idiot, selloutz)
Bad Religion
Breaking Benjamin
Boxcar Racer

2005
Pennywise
Descendents
MxPx
Social Distortion
Avenged Sevenfold
Dragonforce
The Vandals
Anti-Flag
The Network
NoFX

2006
Pulley
Fugazi
Big D and the Kids Table
Billy Talent
Dream Theater
Streetlight Manifesto

Next possible bands: AFI, Catch 22, Sonata Artica.

Red indicates that I don't listen to them anymore. What does your list look like?

you like billy talent, awesome. Judging by what bands you're into and have been into, i think you'll like Catch 22.

Bloodstains
05-04-2006, 03:44 PM
2000 and before
Whatever my brother happened to be listening to, punk and grunge mostly

2001
Green Day(a little, but not much)

2002, 2003, 2004
Gave up on music when my friends started listening to rap and crappy rock

2005
The Offspring
Nirvana
Pearl Jam
Meat Puppet
Bloodhound Gang
Green Day's older music

2006
Presidents of the USA
Sevendust
KoRn
Papa Roach
Bad Religion
Social Distortion

coke_a_holic
05-04-2006, 04:44 PM
you like billy talent, awesome. Judging by what bands you're into and have been into, i think you'll like Catch 22.
Judging by the fact he has Streetlight Manfiesto in his list, there shouldn't be a doubt in your mind.

0r4ng3
05-04-2006, 04:52 PM
Also the fact that I put "Catch 22" under possible next bands.

BREAK
05-05-2006, 11:19 AM
1991-93

Michael Jackson, New Kids On The Block, Metallica, Suicidal Tendencies, the Misfits, Dr. Dre, whatever my older brothers liked.

1995-96 (I didn't know what music was before then):

Straight hip hop. Stuff like Mobb Deep, Bone Thugz N Harmony, 2Pac, Wu-Tang Clan, Beastie Boys, LL Cool J, Outkast, Ice Cube, Eazy-E, N.W.A., and whatever was lighting up the charts at the time.

1997-98

Butthole Surfers, 311, NOFX, Blink-182, MxPx, Social Distortion, Misfits, The Offspring, Down By Law, Millencolin, Ten Foot Pole, Jethro Tull, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Rolling Stones, Foo Fighters, Reel Big Fish, Suicide Machines

1999-2000

Pearl Jam, U2, Soundgarden, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Neil Young, Queen, Moby, Eminem, Bob Marley, AC/DC Hell I don't remember.

2001-2003

Mission of Burma, The Birthday Party, Fugazi, Green River, Flipper, The Wipers, Wire, The Stooges, Pere Ubu, The Strokes, My Bloody Valentine, Tomahawk, R.E.M., Stereolab, Ministry, The Beatles, Cave In, The Blood Brothers, Read Yellow, ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead, Pretty Girls Make Graves, consonant, Pavement, At The Drive-In, The Mars Volta, The Jesus Lizard, Spoon, The Pixies, The Replacements, Television, Gang of Four, Helios Creed, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds et al.

2004-2006

ABBA, Botch, Converge, Q And Not U, Black Eyes, Fear Before The March Of Flames, Marvin Gaye, James Brown, Prince, Stevie Wonder, Bear Vs. Shark, Refused, Settlefish, The Smiths, Radiohead, The Cure, The Fiery Furnaces, Clair De Lune, Belle and Sebastian, Joni Mitchell, I really don't know anymore.

ofsmurfsandpixies
05-05-2006, 11:30 AM
i was proper close minded back then..............and i guess i still am-i only listned to linkin park,but im getting bac into hybrid theory,one step closer is amazing,beastie boys,red hot chilis(by the way only)-and thats all i remember-now i like red hot hot chilis funk stuff more,especially suck my kiss

JoY
05-05-2006, 11:54 AM
I suck with years. let's see if I can remember what I liked when.

'01 & before: (mostly from 1998, or something)
Racoon
Krezip
Beck
Lacuna Coil
Beastie Boys
Alanis Morissette
Aerosmith
Beatles
Anouk
Live
Moby
Madonna

'02:
Fiona Apple
Nikka Costa
Metallica
Muse
Chicks on Speed
Apocalyptica
Stellastar*
Cake
Nada Surf
Red Hot Chilli Peppers

'03 till now:
Bjork
Depeche Mode
the Smashing Pumpkins
the rest I still listen to.

I can't do this at all. there's so much more I listen(ed) to. it's always depended on my mood. also through the years there was a lot of rapz0rz & gangsta shit. I still find that awesome. old Kelis, Wu-Tang Clan, Dr. Dre, 2Pac, Outkast, you name it. it's hard to say what I don't listen to anymore. for the sake of sentiment I listen to everything once in a while again. when it comes to some bands/artists I just don't buy/download their newer stuff.

Edit: Break reminded me of some things.

offspring fan
05-05-2006, 01:48 PM
1997-2000
the offspring
limp bizkit
metallica
rage against the machine
nirvana
eminem
other shit i cant remember

2001-2003
linkin park
crazy town
weezer
rancid
blink 182
green day
sum 41
turbonegro
soundgarden
foo fighters
joe satriani
red hot chili peppers
queens of the stone age
other shit i cant remember

2004-2006
oasis
audioslave
alice in chains
bad religion
gorillaz
pearl jam
smashing pumpkins
the clash
the hives
tool

Come out and smash'em up!
05-08-2006, 06:37 AM
2001-2002
Offspring
Limp Bizkit
Eminem
Linkin Park
Rammstein

2003
AcDC
Guns and roses
Metallica
Ironmaiden
RobZombie
Hammerfall
System of a down
Sentenced

2004
Nirvana
Apulanta
The Sounds
Teräsbetoni
Him
Prodigy
Slayer

2005
Nightwish
Slipknot
Children of Bodom
Black Sabbath
Pantera

2006
Lordi
Korn

I still like all of these more or less

Rinoa
05-08-2006, 02:58 PM
Wow, I must have the worst memory on these boards. I can only remember the years for only TWO bands.

0r4ng3
05-08-2006, 07:10 PM
An update on my list:

Add AFI to 2006. That is all.

Yatesy
05-09-2006, 05:24 AM
I can only remember 2005 maybe '04 at best...

2005
Lacuna Coil
Darkthrone
Tool
Alice In Chains
Will Smith
Madonna
Amen
Moonspell
In Flames
Bad Religion
Apocalyptica
Beck
Converge

I liked most of these bands beforehand, just didn't listen to them as much.

2006
The Goo Goo Dolls
Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Children of Bodom

Again, bands I've just been listening to more.

offspringrammsteinfan
05-10-2006, 12:50 PM
before 1999
Backstreet boys
Robbie williams
etc. Just bassicly what was hot back then,
And
Neil young

1999
offspring
everything that was hot back then

2000
Eels
RHCP
Skik
Anouk

2001
3 doors down
Eminem
Krezip
Rammstein
Pink

2002
Audioslave
Cranberries
Faith no more
Gathering
Nightwish

2003
Dandy warhols
Garbage
heideroosjes
Motorhead
Queens of the stone age
Oasis
R.E.M
T.a.t.u
Within temptation
Guao apes
Stereophonics

2004
Oomph!
Bangles
Bon jovi
Dido
Green lizard
Velvet revolver
Stone temple pilots
Megadeth
Saybia
Auf der maur

2005
Bangles
In extremo
Such a surge
Sengir
Rapalje
Flogging molly
Dropkick murphys
Union underground
Manic street preachers
Wir sind helden
Doro
Warlock
A perfect circle
Ace of base
Die toten hosen
Inkubus Sukkubus
Lacuna coil
and louds of other bands

2006
Eminem
Nightwish
Marcy playground
Deep Dish
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Bloodhound gang
Disco ensemble
Dresden dolls
I against I
Tsunambi bomb
Distillers

notoriousdoc
05-11-2006, 11:21 AM
2000/2002:
Ash,
The Offspring,
Limp Bizkit,
Alien Ant Farm,
Nickelback,
POD
Linkin Park

2003:
Alkaline Trio,
Nirvana

2004:
Green Day (I bought Dookie),
TSOL

2005:
The Misfits,
SOAD,
Dead Kennedys,
The Damned

2006:
Jose Gonzalez,
Joy Division,
Muse,
MCR,
Electric 6,
Danzig,
Black Keys,
AFI

RECENT RESURGENTS:
Nickelback,
Alien Ant Farm

0r4ng3
08-17-2006, 10:59 PM
Pre-2002
Linkin Park
Papa Roach
Korn
Staind
Alien Ant Farm
System of a Down
Disturbed

2002
The Offspring

2003
blink-182
Sum 41

2004
Green Day (this was BEFORE I knew of American Idiot, selloutz)
Bad Religion
Breaking Benjamin
Boxcar Racer

2005
Pennywise
Descendents
MxPx
Social Distortion
Avenged Sevenfold
Dragonforce
The Vandals
Anti-Flag
The Network
NoFX

2006
Pulley
Fugazi
Big D and the Kids Table
Billy Talent
Dream Theater
Streetlight Manifesto
AFI
Catch 22
Sonata Artica
The Bouncing Souls
Rise Against
Minus The Bear
TSOL
Lagwagon

Wow, I had a lot of updating to do. That's 8 new bands in 3 months. Holy to the crap.

Oh, by the way, *bump*

ThrashedThrasher
08-17-2006, 11:58 PM
1995-1998
Alice In Chains
Mother Love Bone
Mad Season
Queensryche
Pearl Jam
Stone Temple Pilots
Rob Zombie
Offspring,The
Britney Spears
Tupac

Those are what I know based upon my parent's say...I've been "listening" to the first 6 bands since before I popped out of my mommy.

1999-2002
Eminem
Tupac
Spice One
DMX
D12
Biggie
Ice Cube
Dr.Dre
Usher
K-Ci & JoJo
Metallica
Pink Floyd
Lil Wayne
Lil Bow Wow
Nelly

And anything else mentioned in the previous years that wasn't colored green. I stayed pretty close to rap/hip hop and R&B at this point in time though (I'm missing TONS of artists...). I was into Eminem before he was popular with everyone else at school :D

2002-2003

Okay so take out all the rap and shit from the previous period of time.

Insert every mainstream punk band that you could think of. I also carried on with some of the grunge shit, but I went into this über punk mode...It wasn't pretty. My major bands of listening pleasure were :

The Clash
The Ramones
The Sex Pistols
The Casualties
TSOL
Dead Kennedys
Aus Rotten
The Vandals
Pennywise
Bad Religion
NoFX
MxPx
The Misfits
AFI

2004-2006

In comes the metal, out goes the punk. In comes the grunge. And many, many other bands from different genres.

Dissection
Emperor
Mayhem
Burzum
1349
Dimmu Borgir
Children Of Bodom
Bal Sagoth
Summoning
Myrkgrav
Myrkskog
Hate Eternal
Deicide
Covenant
The Kovenant
Malevolent Creation
Amon Amarth
Dir En Grey
Moi Dix Mois
Malice Mizer


Fuck this shit...Basically if anyone has seen my MySpace or VampireFreaks, they know what I've been listening to since the end of '04. I keep those lists updated all the time..

.:SMASH:.
08-18-2006, 01:14 AM
before 98

Eminem
Nelly
Linkin Park

98 - 00

The Offspring
Green Day
Limp Bizcuit
Linkin Park

01 - 03

Offspring
Green Day (not so much)
Linkin Park (minimal)
AC/DC

04 and 05

Offspring
AFI
Alkaline Trio
Atryeu
Grinspoon
The Living End
Papa Roach
Sum 41
Bad Religion
Aquabats

2006 (Today)

The Offspring (still rockin)
The Living End
Gyroscope
Rise Against
Van Halen
Yellowcard
AC/DC
Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Pennywise
NOFX
Matchbook Romance
Funeral For A Friend
Foo Fighters
Anti Flag
Fightstar
Lostprophets
Steve Vai
Eric Clapton

more but list is getting a bit huge

mrconeman
08-18-2006, 05:25 AM
Pretty much from I was born I was listening to bands already that I still listen too because my parents were big music fans so I'll start with those..(obviously not remembering exact years I liked them) Again red will be bands I dont listen to anymore

Childhood:
Guns 'n' Roses
Bon Jovi
Pink Floyd
Led Zeppelin
The Ramones
The Sex Pistlols
The Clash

All the bands there that I still listen to I got alot further into in later years, because when you're a child you can't exactly start your own album collection really.



The 90's:
R.E.M (I listen to them occasionaly now)
Oasis
Blur
The Offspring
Greenday
Blink 182
Radio/Tv channel bands (I occasionaly watch music channels still)

2000 - 2001
Linkin Park
Papa Roach
Stain'd
Jimi Hendrix
Nirvana
Iron Maiden
Metallica (Just a bit)

2002 - Present
Ozzy Osbourne (his solo stuff)
The Darkness (I play their first album occasionaly)
David Bowie
David Gilmour
Black sabbath
Def Leppard
Aerosmith
Dire Straits
John Lennon
The Beatles (Just getting into them now)
Boston
Ash
The Who
The Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Judas Priest

And probably a bunch I'm forgetting...the last 4 years have been good to me musically.

BuddyHolly
08-18-2006, 06:25 AM
pre 1999:
- Everything that was in the top 40 back then

1999-2001:
- Offspring
- Green Day
- Blink 182
- NOFX
- Bad Religion
- Pennywise
- Nirvana
etc.

2001-2005:
- Ignite
- Social Distortion
- Offspring
- Weezer
- Dire Straits
- Andy C
- REM
- Prodigy
- Underworld
- Beastie Boys
and many more

2005-present:
- Ignite
- Sublime
- Jack Johnson
- Arctic Monkeys
- Atari Teenage Riot
- Babylon Circus
- Kraak & Smaak
- Lawrence Arms
- Lou Reed
- Otis Redding
- Outkast
- Pete Philly & Perquisite
- Raised Fist
- Rise Against
- Sonic Youth
- Wir Sind Helden
- Soulwax
- Eels
- Presidents Of The USA
- The Strokes
- The Fugees
- Nina Simone
- Tracy Chapman
- Miles Davis
- Donavon Frankenreiter
- The Stranglers
- Massive Attack
- Gabriel Rios
- Beach Boys

And lots and lots more...

Andy
08-18-2006, 06:44 AM
1998
Offspring

1999
Green Day
Less Than Jake
Muse
Foo Fighters

2000 (The dark ages)
Limp Bizkit
Linkin Park
Alien Ant Farm

2002
Dropkick Murphys
The Living End
The Who
Led Zeppelin
Goldfinger

2003
Cream
Rx Bandits
Rancid
Alkaline Trio

2004
Mclusky

2005
Bad Religion

As before, RED for bands who I don't listen to any more, and ORANGE for bands I rarely listen to now.

That_Guy91
08-18-2006, 07:12 AM
What's wrong with Alien Ant Farm?

Andy
08-18-2006, 07:15 AM
I despise the ANThology CD.

That_Guy91
08-18-2006, 07:17 AM
That's my favorite one! Although, to be fair, i've only heard that one and TruANT. And I lost TruANT a long time ago.

Andy
08-18-2006, 07:19 AM
Maybe I should dig it out and give it another go. I might do that this evening, and they might be promoted to Orange status.

Tigger Army
08-18-2006, 11:16 AM
Steve Vai
Joe Satriani
Yngwie Malmsteen


you sir, deserve either a medal or a spanking (because of that red colour)

Well here I come. Not sure about exact dates but this order should pretty much be the right one. As for stuff I don't listen too anymore... most stuff I still listen to occassionally but a lot less nowadays so I'm not sure I should use it at all

Andrew Lloyd Webber
Schonberg & Boublil
Ad & Koen van Dijk

Clouseau

Britney Spears
Offspring, the
Cranberries, the

TSOL
AFI
Vandals, the
Heideroosjes, de
Ignite
Nirvana

Anti-Flag
Ataris, the
Bad Religion
DarkWhite
Thursday

Real MacKenzies, the
Flogging Molly
Janez Detd

Cradle of Filth
Within Temptation
After Forever
Autumn
Graveworm
Gorgoroth
Without Face
Sonata Arctica
Stratovarius
Children of Bodom
Arcturus

Conquestador
Cirith Gorgor
Sun Caged
Amaran
Helloween
Callenish Circle
Orphanage
Epica
Onheil
Dust Connection, the
Ravenstorm

Martyr
Sear Bliss
Serenade of Darkness
Anorexia Nervosa

Enya
Klein Orkest, het

Something like that.

BuddyHolly
08-18-2006, 11:19 AM
Good to see that other people are listening to Ignite as well (they deserve to be listened to). Too bad of all that crap "metal" kinda bullshit music though ;)

Tigger Army
08-18-2006, 11:56 AM
Good to see that other people are listening to Ignite as well (they deserve to be listened to). Too bad of all that crap "metal" kinda bullshit music though ;)

Haha, sorry to disappoint you. I bought the new album last wednesday and it's another masterpiece. They didn't have to do the U2 cover again though... and the extra accoustic song at the end was rather surprising (in a good way)

BuddyHolly
08-18-2006, 11:58 AM
I really love that new album. A Place Called Home was great but this one might be even better. And ah well, they only released the older U2 cover on the European version of APCH. And now everybody around the world can enjoy this great cover ;)

Tigger Army
08-18-2006, 12:17 PM
I really love that new album. A Place Called Home was great but this one might be even better. And ah well, they only released the older U2 cover on the European version of APCH. And now everybody around the world can enjoy this great cover ;)

Fair enough and they did a few changes in the new version aswell (probably because it sounds more like their live performance of the song this way). I have to give this album a few extra turns though before I decide I like it more than APCH or not.

Llamas
08-18-2006, 12:43 PM
Pre-1996:
lion king soundtrack

1997:
R. Kelly
Alanis Morissette
Foo Fighters

1998:
Third Eye Blind
Eve 6
Alanis Morissette
Nsync
Backstreet Boys
Jewel
Cher

1999:
Offspring
Ramones
Goo Goo Dolls
AFI
Osker
REO Speedwagon
Gustav Holst

2000:
Smashmouth
System of a Down
Limp Bizkit
Bush
Offspring
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Savage Garden

2001:
Barenaked Ladies
System of a Down
Offspring
Collective Soul
Tool
Sister Hazel

2002:
Cranberries
Offspring
System of a Down
Static X
Creed
Shakira


2003:
Something Corporate
Alkaline Trio
Misfits
Offspring
Bush
Sister Hazel
NOFX
Bad Religion
Eric Whitacre
Mudvayne

2004:
A Perfect Circle
Clash
Maroon 5
WIZO
Better Than Ezra
The Music
The Used

2005:
Wir Sind Helden
Modest Mouse
Hanson (liked them since 2000 but got really into them last year)
Tool

2006:
Flyleaf
Fehlfarben
Lucky Boys Confusion
Punchline
David Gray
Drew Copeland


This was super hard to do... I can't really remember and an entire year is a LONG time to generalize... and I don't really change tastes, I just keep adding more bands to what I like... the ones in bold are ones I don't listen to anymore.

no_way
08-18-2006, 01:03 PM
My best friend, Jesica Peovich and I, Eugenia Romero met in kinder garten. When we were 5 we started going to different schools, but we still saw each other. And we wrote a lot of songs. Not smart songs, as seen as we were only 5 years old.

But songs started getting better with time, I started playing guitar and making the chords for songs, and then we started with the idea of the band. And we made people think we had a band and the songs we played were from the band acually. But the band never existed.

That was until Jesica met Agustina Horton, who played piano, and his older brother Tomas Horton played electric guitar. So we started essaying the songs we wrote and we got a bass player, Ignacio Gulich, Eugenia's class-mate. The band was complete, and we started playing in different places. With their conflicts and virtues, the band SOS was meant to be the band who will change the world.

ruroken
08-18-2006, 02:17 PM
I dont know about the years, because I'm not very good at remember little useless details like that, so here's some sort of order... (I say "some sort of" because its all I remember in order with a few bands I guessed when I started liking) I cant really remember everything that I listen to a lot. Especially not the ones I used to listen to a lot.

The Offspring
Incubus
Linkin Park
Soundgarden (as recommended by Brandon Boyd!!1111... seriously)
Green Day
Modest Mouse
Depeche Mode
Metallica
The Smashing Pumpkins
Mindless Self Indulgence
Nirvana
Eminem
Dr. Dre
NWA
The Beatles
Vendetta Red
Smile Empty Soul
Three Days Grace
Pearl Jam

BuddyHolly
08-18-2006, 04:10 PM
Osker
the ones in bold are ones I don't listen to anymore.

Osker is good. Way better then a lot of other music you are still listening to...

Llamas
08-18-2006, 04:14 PM
Osker is good. Way better then a lot of other music you are still listening to...

Due to the fact that I listed about 2% of the bands I listen to, I doubt you could make that assumption. And Osker is not that great. They are decent. And I can admit that not every band I listen to is terribly talented... I don't listen to music always for talent. I could easily say that I listen to a lot of stuff that takes far more talent than Osker, anyway.

FrancoDaHui
08-19-2006, 01:19 PM
1997
smash mouth
madonna (OMFG!!!!)
sugar ray

1998
THE OFFSPRING
Green day

2000
The offspring
AFI
Green Day
blink 182

2002
BAD RELIGION
the offspring
sum 41
pennywise
nofx
rancid

2004
bad religion
the offspring
afi
auf der maur
the used

2006
bad religion
the offspring
the strokes
oasis
afi
rise against
the living end

SkunkIt
08-19-2006, 04:51 PM
I'm not sure what years these were, but I'll do age. Also, I may be missing a lot of bands I don't remember and I just bunched some up, so some of the bands on the last list I might not listen to anymore.

Around 10:

Spice Girls
Britney Spears
The Offspring
Will Smith
Aqua
No Doubt

Around 12:

Eminem
Dr.Dre
Snoop Dogg
Jay-z
Limp Bizkit
the Offspring
Korn
Metallica
Slayer
Mary J. Blige


Around 13:

Same as 12, but with:

Nickelback
POD
Disturbed
Linkin park
Blink 182
Sum41
Good Charlotte (roffles)
Simple Plan (roffles)
The Ramones
Black Flag
Pulley
Bouncing Souls
Pantera
Green Day
Megadeth
RHCP
RATM

Around 14-16:

All of the above for every age, except:

Spice Girls
Britney Spears
Will Smith
Aqua
Limp Bizkit
Good Charlotte (roffles)
Simple Plan (roffles)


and including:

Thrice
The Black Dahlia Murder
Dead Kennedys
Fieldy's Dreams
D-12
Anti-Flag
Coheed and Cambria (but not live)
Billy Idol
Dropkick Murphys
IMA Robot
Blondie
Relient k
Rise Against
Alkaline Trio
MXPX
NOFX
CKY
Adolescence
Marcy's Playground
Eight Fingers Down
Led Zepplin
AFI
White Stripes
Avenged Sevenfold

Around 16-now (18):

Same as around 14-16, but including:

ASOB
Social Distortion
Aquabats
Desmond Dekker
The Specials
The Skatilites
the Toasters
The Slackers
Rancid
Operation Ivy
Hawthore Heights
Catch22
Streetlight Manifesto
Scary Kids Scaring Kids
Bloodhound Gang
Aqua
The Soviettes
The Clash
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
D-12
The Unseen
Clit 45
The F-ups
Guttermouth
Various acapella groups
Mephiskaphiles
Richard Hell
Alexisonfire
Billy Talent
American hi-Fi
Atom and His Package
24 Hour Taco Shop (Are they even famous?)
Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Tiger Army
Thrice
Horrorpops
The Matches
The Hi-Tops
The Flatliners
The Weakerthans
The Dwarves
Against Me!
C. Aarme
Bloodhound Gang
Buck-O-Nine
Big D and the Kids Table
Circle Jerks
Decendents
Epoxies
FIF
Fat Joe
FFTL
Flogging Molly
Haymarket Riot
Hot Hot Heat
Johnny Cash
Lawrence Arms
Less Than Jake
Mad Caddies
Matchbook romance
Millencolin
Mustard Plug
Planet Smashers
Reel Big Fish
Rudimentary Peni
Suburban Legends

Edit: I messed up the ages on this list, so some of the bands are messed up.

thomda11
08-19-2006, 08:57 PM
Pretty much in order *means I don't listen to them anymore **means "what was I thinking"

1. The Beatles
2. The Presidents of the United States
3. Offspring (not as a big fan, that came about just a few years ago)
4. Will Smith **
5. Limp Bizkit *
6. Mase**
7. Green Day
8. 311
9. Bush
10. Linkin Park * (I still like them, just don't really listen to them)
11. DMX
12. Jay Z*
14. Bad Religion
15. Pennywise
16. AFI
17. at the same time bands like Fugazi, Minor Threat.
18. The Descendents
19. Three Days Grace
20. Metallica
21. Avenged Sevenfold
22. Ignite

right now I'm listening to a lot of bands 14-18 and 21 and 22

and Led Zeppelin should go early on in there, don't feel like renumbering

Autonomist
08-20-2006, 05:37 AM
I dunno how the hell any of you can do this. I can't remember more than five of the bands or musicians I liked before I really got into music.

FrancoDaHui
08-20-2006, 05:11 PM
I dunno how the hell any of you can do this. I can't remember more than five of the bands or musicians I liked before I really got into music.

maybe that's because we're better than you

0r4ng3
11-06-2006, 06:00 PM
*bump*. A few things have happened since I last posted this list two months ago.

Pre-2002
Linkin Park
Papa Roach
Korn
Staind
Alien Ant Farm
System of a Down
Disturbed

2002
The Offspring

2003
blink-182
Sum 41

2004
Green Day
Bad Religion
Breaking Benjamin
Boxcar Racer

2005
Pennywise
Descendents
MxPx
Social Distortion
Avenged Sevenfold
Dragonforce
The Vandals
Anti-Flag
The Network
NoFX

2006
Pulley
Fugazi
Big D and the Kids Table
Billy Talent
Dream Theater
Streetlight Manifesto
AFI
Catch 22
Sonata Artica
The Bouncing Souls
Rise Against
Minus The Bear
TSOL
Lagwagon
Ignite
1208
Deviates
Jawbreaker
Jets To Brazil
All
The Blood Brothers
Helloween
Muse
Depeche Mode
Alexisonfire

That's roughly 8 new bands in 2 months. Am I discovering bands too fast? Also, I red'd out Green Day.

Edit'd on December 29.

Llamas
11-06-2006, 06:30 PM
Pre-1996:
lion king soundtrack

1997:
R. Kelly
Alanis Morissette
Foo Fighters

1998:
Third Eye Blind
Eve 6
Alanis Morissette
Nsync
Backstreet Boys
Jewel
Cher

1999:
Offspring
Ramones
Goo Goo Dolls
AFI
Osker
REO Speedwagon
Gustav Holst

2000:
Smashmouth
System of a Down
Limp Bizkit
Bush
Offspring
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Savage Garden

2001:
Barenaked Ladies
System of a Down
Offspring
Collective Soul
Tool
Sister Hazel

2002:
Cranberries
Offspring
System of a Down
Static X
Creed
Shakira


2003:
Something Corporate
Alkaline Trio
Misfits
Offspring
Bush
Sister Hazel
NOFX
Bad Religion
Eric Whitacre
Mudvayne

2004:
A Perfect Circle
Clash
Maroon 5
WIZO
Better Than Ezra
The Music
The Used

2005:
Wir Sind Helden
Modest Mouse
Hanson (liked them since 2000 but got really into them last year)
Tool

2006:
Flyleaf
Fehlfarben
Lucky Boys Confusion
Punchline
David Gray
Drew Copeland


This was super hard to do... I can't really remember and an entire year is a LONG time to generalize... and I don't really change tastes, I just keep adding more bands to what I like... the ones in bold are ones I don't listen to anymore.


I felt like updating my current 2006 bands, because I haven't been listening to any of what I listed before...

2006:
Regina Spektor
Five For Fighting
Chumbawamba
My Chemical Romance
OK Go
Snow Patrol
Mellow Mark
Michael Andrews


a lot of them I'd heard before but wasn't into before... and now I'm like obsessed...

Apathy
11-06-2006, 07:40 PM
I'm going to go ahead and redo mine as well.

Pre 99
Offspring
Metallica
Alice In Chains
Motley Crue

2001
Blink-182
Nirvana

2002
Green Day

2003
Sum 41
Beck
Millencolin

2004
Sublime
Bouncing Souls
The Matches
Suicide Machines
The Vandals

2005
Big D and The Kids Table
Dropkick Murhpys
Lagwagon
Operation Ivy
Streetlight Manifesto
Jawbreaker
Bad Religion
Smashing Pumpkins

2006
NOFX
AFI
The Aquabats
Mighty Mighty Bosstones

Updated 2006
Leftover Crack
Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution
Reel Big Fish
Less Than Jake
The Blue Meanies
I Voted For Kodos
Jets To Brazil
Mustard Plug
Skankin' Pickle
Rancid
The Specials
Mu330
Link 80
Lightyear

Red is bands I don't listen to anymore, Yellow is my favorite band.

Yes, I managed to discover, love, and become disinterested in Less Than Jake and Rancid in a period of only a few months. It really tells you something about them I would say.

As for upcoming bands - I just listened to Common Rider for the first time a few hours ago, and they kick so much ass, I think I'm crying. I've only heard three or four songs and I already love them more than Operation Ivy or Rancid, or any other band that they're associated with.

My musical ass has been kicked.

Original prankstA
11-07-2006, 08:04 PM
im not gonna go back super far but

2003
The Offspring
Rancid
Green Day

2004
The Ramones
Zeppelin
Hendrix

2005
Pennywise
NOFX
Primus
Big D and the Kids Table
System of a Down
Catch 22
AFI
Streetlight Manifesto
Mustard Plug
Goldfinger
Skankin Pickle
Fugazi
idk it's late ill update this later

RED means i still listen to them, just not as much as i once did

Apathy: Oddly enough Big D is my current favorite band as of last week...crazy ino

JohnnyNemesis
11-07-2006, 08:09 PM
I kind of hate this thread because a lot of folks imply that one shouldn't listen to certain kinds of music after a certain point. But it's okay.


I despise the ANThology CD.

Though it has some amazing songs here and there, it also has some of the worst lyrics ever.

0r4ng3
11-07-2006, 08:12 PM
I kind of hate this thread because a lot of folks imply that one shouldn't listen to certain kinds of music after a certain point. But it's okay.
That's not the point of this thread, though. It's supposed to show how long you've been listening to favorite bands, and also what phases you've been through. It's a very reflective thread.

DeAtHsTaR
11-07-2006, 08:13 PM
Though it has some amazing songs here and there, it also has some of the worst lyrics ever.Yeah, I personally think TruANT is better.

JohnnyNemesis
11-07-2006, 08:14 PM
I know, I know. Which is why it's an alright thread.

Venom Symbiote
11-07-2006, 08:21 PM
I guess these are kind of "favourite" bands of each time period, not just broadly everything you listened to at the time? I kind of go through phases with different genres I guess, different stuff. I'll give this a try, but the idea behind it is a little vague:

1986-1996
- Mostly parent's music I guess, Beatles and Bee Gees and Fleetwood Mac and stuff

1996
- Was really into Presidents of the U.S.A., guess they became my favourite band when I was 10, a little before I got into The Offspring with Ixnay

1997
- The Offspring
- Green Day
- Everclear
- Weezer
- Metallica

1998
- The ska epiphany. Heh. Any ska band of this period, you name it I was listening to it.

1999-2002
- Skipped the whole "nu-metal" thing, never really got into it.
- Listening to a lot of classic metal and ska and jazz at this time
- Also really digged Default and Three Doors Down and such, still do I guess

2003
- POWER-FRIGGIN'-METAL. Introduction to maybe my favourite genre now, along with ska.

2004-2006
- Not a lot has changed, just wider variety of the same stuff I guess (plus a bit of jazz and a lot of orchestral stuff like movie scores, etc)
- Probably favourite bands at present (it changes every day though) would be Iced Earth, Hammerfall, The Aquabats, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Sex Machineguns, Galneryus, Reel Big Fish, Megadeth.
- Favourite of all time probably The Offspring, Smashing Pumpkins, and Default.

randman21
11-08-2006, 06:51 AM
Other than Offspring, my music hasn't changed much since around '01, '02.

1998 and before
All Rap
All R&B
All Soul Oldies
"Iris" by Goo Goo Dolls

1999
Goo Goo Dolls
RHCP
Matchbox 20
teehee, Lou Bega
Lit
Backstreet Boys
N'Sync
Fastball
Train


2000
Smash Mouth
Creed
Faith Hill
Sister Hazel

2001
P.O.D.
Alien Ant Farm
American Hi-Fi
Dave Matthews Band

2002
New Found Glory
Default
Justin Timberlake

2003
Simple Plan
Sum 41
Green Day
Alanis Morissette
John Mayer

2004
Queen
Blues Travellers
Counting Crows
Prince


2005
The Offspring (the very beginning of the year)
Weezer
Blink 182 (the very end of the year)
Charlie Daniels Band
No Doubt
Gob
Aerosmith

2006
Nirvana
They Might be Giants
System of a Down
MxPx
Soul Coughing
Stone Temple Pilots
Techno/Dance
White Stripes
Smash Mouth again
Millencolin
Delving into classic metal stuff

Spanning the entire length of this list
Weird Al Yankovich

Red- Don't listen to anymore
Green- 1337
Yellow- Proceed with caution

As you can see, I've mainly been playing catch-up since '04, so I really don't listen to new music right now. I think I'll start liking Ska next.

Forza
11-08-2006, 07:14 AM
I started listening 'my own' music in 1999.

Pre-1999
Everything my dad played;
Neil Young (or Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young)
A lot of classic rock

1999:
I started listening .. top 40 music!
Toy-Box
The Offspring
Britney Spears
Any other top 40 crap

2000-2002:
Now a tad better music:
The Offspring
Blink 182
Nirvana
Papa Roach
De Heideroosjes
Sum 41

2003-2005:
Metal time:
Dimmu Borgir
Iron Maiden
Angra
DragonForce
Falconer
Children of Bodom
and... The Offspring :)

2006:
Classic rock and some other stuff ftw:
Led Zeppelin
Pink Floyd
Radiohead
Coldplay
The Doors
Ayreon

Where green stands for best music ever.

Stranger With Candy
11-08-2006, 07:22 AM
95-2000
Backstreet Boys
Limp Bizkit
The Offspring
Green Day
Blink 182
Nirvana
Pantera

2001-2003
Linkin Park
Sum 41Pearl Jam
Alice in Chains
Turbonegro
Foo Fighters
Rage Against The Machine
Nickelback
POD
Eminem
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Gorillaz
Crazy Town

2004-2006
Queens of the Stone Age
Stone Temple Pilots
NOFX
Pennywise
The Doors
Soundgarden
Audioslave
Neil Young
Jimmy Eat World
Guns N` Roses
HIM
The Rasmus
Oasis
Span
The Clash
Smashing Pumpkins
Lynyrd Skynyrd
U2
Puddle of Mudd
Motorhead
Muse
Rancid
Bad Religion
Stonegard

atlest this is what i remember. im sure its more

Floyd the Barber
11-08-2006, 08:05 PM
Mid/late 90's
Green Day

2000
Blink-182
The Ataris
Goldfinger
New Found Glory

2003
The Offspring (although I first heard them in Crazy Taxi a few years earlier)
R.E.M.

2004
Alice in Chains
Audioslave
Beastie Boys
Black Label Society
Drowning Pool
Godsmack
Guns N' Roses
Korn
Metallica
Nirvana
Pantera
Rage Against the Machine
Slipknot
Soundgarden
Stone Temple Pilots
Velvet Revolver

2005
Bad Religion
System of a Down
Killswitch Engage
Tom Petty (solo & with Heartbreakers)
I also started to revisit a ton of popular 90's alternative/pop groups that I vividly remember hearing on the radio when I was a kid (Live, Third Eye Blind, Goo Goo Dolls, Matchbox 20, etc.). Great nostalgia.

2006
Bruce Springsteen
Disturbed
Tool

darea
11-10-2006, 03:16 AM
1994
the offspring
and a load of crap dance music I guess
Queen
Smashin pumkins
Red Hot Chili peppers
guns n roses


1995-96
Bon Jovi
Backstreet Boys
Ice Mc
Nirvana
Bob Marley
the fugees
The doors
guns n roses

1997
No doubt
Bon Jovi
NTM
IAM

1998
The offspring
Assassin (french rap band)

1999
The offspring

2000
a lot of rap
Necro
Non Phixion
High and mighty
MOP
Common
smutt peddlers
Cage

2002 - 2004
Wyclef Jean
Necro
Non Phixion
System of a down
POD
Rage against the machine
Sepultura
Black BombA
Led Zeppelin

2005 - 2006
Wyclef jean
Bob dylan
Ray Charles
Van Morrison
The offspring
Social distortion
green day
guns n roses
nirvana
the ramones
Gwen stefani


Red dont listen to anymore

Pena
11-10-2006, 10:38 AM
1987

Iron Maiden

1989

Toy dolls

1991

Metallica
Midnight Oil

1994

Offspring

1996

Pennywise

1997

Bad Religion

2001

Millencolin


I listen Offspring, Pennywise, Bad Religion and Millencolin every days since I started to listen them. I'm not an ecletic person! I wait for the new albums of this bands every year and sometimes I buy an old album that I don't have it.