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StencilMedia says

Boston, Europe, Van Halen.

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NEONEX_MEDIA says

Nightwish, King and a Down (Korol-i-Shut Rushian punk Rock)

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Bedros says

Iron Maiden is the most melodic one I’ve ever listened, they created really great, rich pieces.
I also like Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, Cream, Dire Straits, Bob Dylan…

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bank508 says

the darkness :D

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candeed says

One Directiooonnn! No?! :D

Errr… Motorhead, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple then! :evil:

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RalphSd says

It is a very broad question!

I grew up listening to Iron Maiden…and Metallica…the nostalgia evey song of them has such memories of my early teenage years!

Then My style chifted to Death Metal and been a huge fan of Children of Bodom, I was the lead guitarist in a local band.

Then my style became more progressive…and I started listening to Dream Theater, Symphony X and Opeth….After that phase I started listening to some Steve Vai, Satriani.

And now I maintained the last phase with some oldies and soft rock :D

Ill only listen to death metal again if I want to refresh some old memories, cant stand the growling/screeching anymore! hehe

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Neon_Music says

It is a very broad question!

I grew up listening to Iron Maiden…and Metallica…the nostalgia evey song of them has such memories of my early teenage years!

Then My style chifted to Death Metal and been a huge fan of Children of Bodom, I was the lead guitarist in a local band.

Then my style became more progressive…and I started listening to Dream Theater, Symphony X and Opeth….After that phase I started listening to some Steve Vai, Satriani.

And now I maintained the last phase with some oldies and soft rock :D

Ill only listen to death metal again if I want to refresh some old memories, cant stand the growling/screeching anymore! hehe

Something you reminds me of me, me all the same, except that I have not played in a local group, but plan to do so soon ;)

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CarlosViloria says

Soft Rock

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SoundFix says

Placebo, Muse, Oomph and The Rasmus. I prefer Placebo the most thou. :D

Ahhhh I forgot Muse, that has to be added to my list. Saw them for the first time last year, best gig of my life. Amazing. Played Origin of Symmetry start to finish and then all the classics.

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