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What year did you begin to really like music?

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And who were the artists/songs at that time?

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Probably like 1983... Def Lepard, etc. Good ole' 80's music. Me and my friends use to do the airband thing, I distinctly remember doing that in my buddy's older sisters room with her stereo very loud... I was like 10 years old.

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Every white suburban male from my generation was basically rocking out to Linkin Park in elementary/middle school. Hybrid Theory brought a new wave of preteen angst. :D

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1995:

Deep Blue Something - "Breakfast at Tiffany's" First cassette I ever bought myself.

TLC - "Waterfalls"

Coolio - "Gangsta's Paradise"

Seal - "Kiss from a Rose"

69 Boyz - "Tootsie Rool"

And I was 8-years old. Good times.

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Our dads were playing poker along with some of thier friends...about 20 of them in all.

We (my buddies) were stealing beers since they were all too hammered to know what was going on.

Classic Rock was playing much too loudly, and I can distenctly remember falling in love with what was pouring through the speakers....Clapton, and Bad Company I can recall the most from that night.

Learning to drink, and being exposed to way too many decibels of classisc rock, and I was hooked forever.

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I spent hours as far back as the early 70's, in my room, using an old tape recorder, recording songs off the radio! Neil Diamond was a very popular choice from what I remember...then Queen...I spent alot of time listening to Queen as a young child

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1995 - Verve Pipe, 3rd eye blind, wallflowers, etc

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1993- Pearl Jam Ten thanks to older brothers and sisters. I was 10.

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1982 shortly after MTV started.

I recall waking up at night if "She blinded me with science" came on. I slept with the radio on

Men at work "Down under"...was so disappointed that the video wasn't super awesome.

J geils band...centerfold seemed so naughty at the time.

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The best song from 1982 was "Every little thing" by the police which i didn't even like at the time.

good times

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Followed by 1992 which was the heart of my college years.

OPP yeah you know me. Playing Sega drinking 40s

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