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Sound composed to make you feel something. i.e., enraged, depressed, motivated, silly. (some stuff just makes u wanna bang your head till u pass out ;)

Anything can be considered music, but I say it depends on skill and technicality. genres like pop don't cut it. Jazz damn good. Various genres of metal i.e., black<my fav>, thrash, power,death, speed, heavy, doom, viking, grindcore have great variety and style to them. Rap is fine, but it has to be very profound or its just annoying. hip-hop is good to listen to set the mood during sex ~hehe~. *FYI* Nu-metal is not music. It is just noise with half-assed melody made to satisfy the wannabe hardcore mainstream. ROCK ON
I'm fucking bored like none other. I think I'm going to blast some fucking Children Of Bodom. ~Ahhh. Now THIS IS MUSIC!!!
by Dimmu80 January 30, 2004
 
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Ruined by MTV
We must save music
by Shaq November 07, 2003
 
2.
Mankinds Grestest Acheviment.
Music is perfection.
by Red Hot Chili Pepper September 09, 2003
 
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Something the world would be lost without.
Music is life.
by Matt April 16, 2004
 
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Indefinable by words alone. It is not only something you hear but what you feel. It is something your soul can reach out and touch. It originates from all over the world since time began. Complex or simple, fast or slow, loud or soft. It is what you feel, or it could be your method of escape or it could just keep you alive.

All music is miraculous.
“That's the beauty of music. They can't take that away from you.” ~Red~ -The Shawshank Redemption
by Friendless December 10, 2004
 
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It's not something that you can just record and manufacture onto a CD and sell for $21.99.
by yup July 22, 2003
 
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the one language spoken by all cultures,sex's,races,and anything else that at one time or another in history has had a hard time purely because of belief
white guy:i'm white i like led zeppelin

black guy:i'm black me too
by Chalkie February 27, 2005
 
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The life force
I would cease to breathe without music.
by Anonymous June 10, 2003