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Wednesday, August 23, 2006

And How Is Your Taste In Music?

Your Taste in Music:
Classic Rock: High Influence80's Rock: Medium Influence80's Alternative: Low Influence80's R&B: Low Influence90's Pop: Low Influence

This is fairly accurate. There was no boxes asking me how much I liked Lefty Frizzell, Dean Martin, 60's R & B, etc. though. Go see what your taste is.


Blogarita said...

This is what I got:

Country: Highest Influence
Hair Bands: Highest Influence
80's Rock: High Influence
90's Alternative: High Influence
Classic Rock: High Influence

LOL @ the Hair Bands!

Kerry Woo said...

Here's my take:

Progressive Rock: High Influence
Classic Rock: Medium Influence
80's Alternative: No Influence
80's Pop: No Influence
80's R&B: No Influence

Once a hippie, always a hippie!

J. said...

Country: High Influence
80's Rock: Medium Influence
90's Pop: Low Influence
Classic Rock: Low Influence
80's Alternative: No Influence

Anonymous said...

Ah...one of those -leading- tests...
I agree, Sista. Where are the artists that I did listen to. Does this mean the -list makers- think I am too old to count for anything or that the music from the earlier era isn't worth remembering. Heck, Hank or Elvis aren't even on it...

After two quick looks at the list, there were only two artists who I have enjoyed over their whole career and very few that I have even listened to. The Eagles and Gretchen were the two. And she possibly will curve out of my interest at some point, if she follows the normal country route.
Where the heck was Bill, Jimmy or Sonny and Bobby in this test anyway... Yeah, most people would recognize these names as well as I know most of the names that -are- on the list...

Just one of those moldy old figs that you sometimes hear about..

Dave Morris said...

80's Rock: High Influence
Classic Rock: High Influence
Country: High Influence
90's Pop: Medium Influence
Adult Alternative: Medium Influence

Fairly accurate - but you're right, not enough options like Paycheck, Earl Thomas Conley or Neil Diamond.

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