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S.Peelman said:

I was born two or maybe even three decades late. Music-wise, I'm a '70s guy:

Eagles, Queen, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Boston, Dire Straits, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Van Halen...

You name it. If it's from the seventies, I'll probably like it. Of course, some of those bands bleed over into the '80s or started in the '60s, but of course it's not like my liking of their songs stops once it came out in 1980 or after, but anyway.

Outside that decade, I like music of a similar genre from the decade before like The Beatles or The Animals, or from the decade after like Motorhead, Toto, Guns 'n' Roses, Scorpions and Metallica.

When I was a kid, from very young to around the age of 10, I was a huge fan of Michael Jackson. Even went to a concert of his with my parents back in 1995. I'm not exactly into today's music. There's a few exceptions of-course, even some that go outside of my prefered genre (classic rock, hard-rock) but generally, I'm more into the old stuff.

Even though I was born in the late 80's (87), I still feel more connected to 80's music and style, especially when I grew up with toons from that era during the early 90's. To this day I still love me some 80's music but I also love some 60-70's as well like Hot stuff, Jungle Boogie, You should be dancing, play that funky music etc.

My main pref of music is rock and country rock but I;m open to enarly all forms of music from hip hop to classical music like Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Also while growing up with spending more time with my mother I learned to like Elvis, Beach boys, Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, Johnny Cash etc.

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