A Music Whore is a Male/Female who, when asked "What Music Do you like" They respond with not dozens but hundreds of stupid bands that noone has ever heard of. Then they add the bands that are just there, that means they add EVERYTHING...
Here we have it, a perfect example of a Music whore...more...
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What Type Of Music Do You Listen To Mandy??? <3<3<3
36 Crazyfists. 3 Doors Down. 48May. A Perfect Circle. A Static Lullaby. A.F.I. Alien Ant Farm. The All American Rejects. All Left Out. Atreyu. Audioslave. The Bleeders. Blindspott. Blink 182. Bloodhound Gang. Bowling for Soup. Breaking Benjamin. The Breed. CKY. Creed. Daft Punk. Dashboard Confessional. Disturbed. Elemeno P. End of Fashion. Evanescence. Evermore. Fall Out Boy. Falter. False Start. Foo Fighters. Forever Now. From First To Last. Funeral For a Friend. Good Charlotte. Goodnight Nurse. Goodshirt. Green Day. Hawthorne Heights. Head Automatica. H.I.M. Hoobastank. Incubus. Incursa. INXS. Jimmy Eat World. The Killers. Kisschasy. Korn. Linkin Park. The Living End. Lost Prophets. Luke Thompson. The Midnight Youth. Millencolin. Mudvayne. Mumsdollar. My Chemical Romance. My Life Story. Newending. New Found Glory. Nickelback. The Offspring. Panic! At the Disco. Papa Roach. Pennywise. Pluto. P.O.D. The Presidents Of The United States. Puddle of Mudd. Quarter 2. Queen. Queens of the Stoneage. The Rabble. The Rasmus. Red Hot Chili Peppers. Redmore. Rival State. Shihad. Simple Plan. Staind. Stardrunk. The Starting Line. Steriogram. Story of the Year. Streetwise Scarlet. Sugarcult. Sugar Ray. Sum 41. Switchfoot. System of a Down. Taking Back Sunday. Thirsty Merc. Troy the Snail. U2. UB40. The Used. Wash. Weezer. Yellowcard. Zed. And more...
Norteño is what they call Tex-Mex south of the border. Norteño songs, or "corridos," are named for the ballads about 19th century battles between the U.S. and Mexico. The music's origins are as mongrel as can be: mazurkas, waltzes and even a central European dance called the schottische all contributed to its distinctive sound. With the addition of the accordion (and polka influences), modern Norteno was born; today it's marked by nasal singing, accordion flourishes and streetwise lyrics that celebrate the deeds of the little guy: petty criminals, down-and-outers, people fighting the ubiquitous "system." Unlike most regional styles, Norteño is popular throughout Mexico.
Norteño Music: Espinoza Paz, El Trono De Mexico, Alicia Villarreal, Chalino Sanchez, Conjunto Primavera, Grupo Limite, Intocable, Julio Preciado y Su Banda Perla De Pacifico, La Mafia, Los Huracanes Del Norte, Los Invasores De Nuevo Leon, Los Tigres Del Norte, Los Traileros Del Norte, Los Tucanes De Tijuana, Luis y Julian, Tony De La Rosa, Jenni Rivera
-Everything that is wrong with radio, music on television, and America.
-They ruin eveyone's day when they come on the radio, because the only thing worse than a punk-emo band is a nu-metal emo band....that thinks they can rap.
-Their fanbase generally consists of suburban 'rebel' teens who started listening to LP in response to N'Sync and Creed.
Of course, Linkin Park is no better than Creed or Nickelback, etc.
-Apparently Linkin Park makes them feel hard & streetwise, as their fans are usually snotty, hot topic shoppers, who empower the capitalist machine by buying the crappy corporate music and clothing pushed to them.
Dude 1- Man this mosquito has been buzzing round my ear all day and it's annoyin the shit outta me!
Dude 2- No dude, that is just Linkin Park, they've been on the radio all day ever since they sucked Rupert Murdoch's dick.
An aggressive genre of heavy metal music.
Outspoken, honest and brutal.
There have been many TROYCORE bands hailing from new york since the late 80's.
A musical genre of many underground hardcore bands originating in troy new york.
Troycore bands usually resulted in violence due to the aggressive style of music and lyrics mixed with angry youths.
A lot of the entrys for this are funny, but sad.more...
Seriously looking at rantlike definitions from certain people suggests the people you call "trendies" are complete scum or something. When they really aren't, the lads know how to go out and have a laugh around town without hurting ANYONE and the ladies are fun as well, and not slutty or whatever bitter crap you fling at them.
ok as you can tell I would consider myself part of this "group" myself, my dress seems to conform to a lot of the most thumbs up'ed entrys here, and yeah (I'm female by the way) I wear a lot of makeup and care about apearance and stuff but isn't looking nice a good thing?
Seriously you geeks (yes i will use that word) who bitch about us on the net (Ive searched on google and urbandictionary is not the only place) dont know what you're on about. Just because some guy probably pushed you around when you were 13 doesnt mean the popular streetwise-looking lads at uni and college are going to do the same. Ive seen a lot of trendies approach people who dress "alt" or whatever the term is with an actual interest in what music they like and shit, you know, being FRIENDLY.
And yes. We do listen to mainstream music, I listen to things like the Arctic Monkeys and other British indie stuff, its cool, but when did "mainstream" become a dirty word anyway? if you have literaly millions of people on your side listening to the same stuff how is that a bad thing? do you need to be "underground" to prove you ...
A rapper born and raised in Fresno, CA
With all the talk that hip-hop is dead, there’s no better example than Fashawn to prove that it’s certainly alive, well and being fed to a hungry new generation of Hip-Hop fans. And after listening to just 16 bars it’s evident that Fashawn is one of the hungriest. He’s a prodigal son, part of a new generation of emcees lucky enough to grow up in hip-hop’s golden era. He’s not an ’80s baby; he’s a ’90s baby. Think about that for a second. Then think about his potential.
Fashawn’s charisma and talent have placed him at the forefront of Central California's hip hop scene, steering a vibrant pack of young artists with his innovative style and originality in his music.
His content is streetwise, having grown up in rough East Fresno, hip to what’s happening in the streets but also kickin’ it with the skaters who listened to Hieroglyphics. That combination yields a street-smart rhymer who can deliver content. His lyrics are smart; keen on songwriting as well as wordplay.
"Cen Cal Terrain Soak Up Game" - Fashawn
When a merengue band slows down, it's playing bachata, the other music of the Dominican Republic. Marked by the bright sound of cleanly plucked guitar, bachata moves at the same pace as Latin America's other romantic ballad form, the bolero. But bachata is very different. A music of the underclass, bachata was banned from mainstream radio for decades because of its tough, streetwise subject matter. Singers openly discussed crime and prostitution in their songs, and though their albums were top sellers, bachata records never appeared on official charts. In the 1990s, mainstream musicians began to experiment with the style, and bachata was rehabilitated.
Alex Bueno, Andy Andy, Anthony Santos, Aventura, Edilio Paredes, Eladio Romero Santos, Frank Reyes, Leonardo Paniagua, Monchy & Alexandra, Juan Manuel, Victor Victor, Los Toros Band, Xtreme, Marcy Place, Raulin Rodriguez, Bachata Heightz