and classic rock, classical, ethnotronica and experimental world fusion, ska, reggae, metal, ambient, celtic, jazz, trip hop and avant garde, industrial, and folk tunes from all over. Harry Belafonte's Banana Boat is stuck in my head atm.
Rock for pretty much anything. Country for working. Rap for anger. You get the point.
And then there's music that's tied to a certain event.
Somehow, because of this, I have 600 songs in iTunes, too many to sync to my iPhone.
to a wide range of music. Ever since then I've considered myself "born in the Wrong decade" even though I tolerate the top 40 type music and know a song or two at school dances I'm truly in my element with 70-90s classic rock type music, alternative, country, and basically...
SOME metal. It's mainly hip hop because hip hop express how I feel and think. Doesn't even have to have great lyrics, it's probably why Drake dominates my song selection. I have been mistaken as a punk rock boy mainly because of how I look, but it's funny because I don't listen...
that I don't have a favorite type of music. If I listen to a song and like it, then I like it and add it to my iPod. This also includes music in different languages. I do have more foreign music than I do English, though.