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    mountmccabe? Pearl Jam??? That shocked me. But made me very happy at the same time.
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    I finally made it through a listen of Sun Kil Moon - Benji and had put it on maybe 4 times til I could finally feel mentally like, "just fuck it just let this guy blabber on" while I'm doing paperwork .
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    I probably could've put Grease on my 5, but I think I was more into that around 7 or 8. Grease and Xanadu, OMG Olivia Newton-John!

    re: what I said before, I guess I'm more annoyed that my list doesn't look representative of my actual tastes during my teens because my 5 year intervals hit at weird musical times for me.
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    Mr. Fuzz - 1979

    5 - 1984/1985

    MTV

    Madonna / MJ / Prince...the shit they feed the kids.


    10 - 1989/1990



    Appetite for Destruction by Guns N Roses
    The videos on MTV for this band were awesome. The dudes fuckin rocked and in the following years the chicks in the vids were smokin hot. Seriously, "Welcome to the Jungle", "Paradise City", "Sweet Child o' Mine"...it just doesn't get much better than this.

    15 - 1994/1995



    Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star by Sonic Youth
    I call this album Jet Set Experiment with No Star...
    This was a really great time for music. Lot's of bands. Lot's of really great bands, making it big. But for sure no one cooler than Sonic Youth. This album, as a whole, is amazing. I loved and still do love every single track. Kim's voice sounds so sexy and Thurston just shreds it up. I still have the cassette to this day.

    All your dreams will come true...all mine did.. .. but now I have a bunch more.... . .


    20 - 1999/2000



    Ænima by Tool
    What can I say besides the fact that I've seriously spun this record for the last 14 years.
    My first Tool concert was on 8/18/98 at the THOMAS & MACK CENTER, LAS VEGAS, NV.

    25 - 2004/2005



    Funhouse by The Stooges
    I know. I rock. This album is fuckin awesome! And OMG I got to see it preformed live, in its entirety, in my fuckin backyard!!!!!!! Here, in Vegas, at Vegoose 2007. Fuck you if you weren't there. High fives if you were.

    30 - 2009/2010



    Horehound by The Dead Weather
    I can't believe I'm thirty...
    This album grabbed me immediately. Of course I've loved everything about the White Stripes over the last ten years but I never spun the shit out of their albums like I do this one. I love the Raconteurs, the Kills and Queens of the Stone Age but I love The Dead Weather about ten thousand times more. I'm just feeling it.

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    Oh yeah! To be 15 again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TallGuyCM View Post
    mountmccabe? Pearl Jam??? That shocked me. But made me very happy at the same time.
    What about that was surprising? Ten came out my first year of High School and when I was still listening to the radio a lot. They were all over the radio and MTV and everybody talked about them and many of my friends like them.

    And they kept putting out great albums for most of the decade, and then had some good albums after that, too. I don't really listen to them significantly anymore because I've been through so many personal musical revolutions since that they've just been crowded out.

    I saw them - and loved the show - as recently as 2003, though. But though I loved that show it kinda drove home to me my feelings that if I was going to go to a show in a gigantic place and play a lot it had better be a festival.
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    15 - High school. My two best friends and I got into Led Zeppelin BIG TIME and listened to little else for years. This album was and is still my favorite out of the band's catalog.
    Hah. We're 10 years apart, but we had the same high school. (my favorite too!)
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    one of my earliest memories of listening to music comes from my mom playing elton john's greatest hits , while she got ready for work. it also worked as a signal to get ready for school.

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    i don't have a real memory of the music playing in my life around this time, but i do remember watching and liking the music videos for U2's Achtung Baby.

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    a lot of the influence i had during this time came from friends i was hanging around with, so a lot of rap albums from wu solo projects, nas, tha alkaholiks. a year later i would find radiohead, then started to move my way back through older stuff like the beatles, pink floyd, the doors, etc.

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    by this point i was keeping up with music reviews on the interent, and in musical magazines. but the album that i probably played the most was Murray Street. i don't think the cd left my car for at least 6 months. another was beck's sea change.

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    still a favorite of mine.
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    Age 5 1994-1995
    So, apparently this was my favorite album at 5 years old. It's actually the first record I remember liking as a child. My mom tells me whenever we would get in the car I would ask her to put in this casette. Beck is still one of my all-time favorite artists to this day, so talented, so diverse.



    Age 10 1999-2000
    This is when I started to get into music a bit more. I remember that I had been to several concerts as a child as my parents worked in the music biz, but this was the first concert I remember actually spending my own money on for tickets. They played the Forum and it was a life-changing experience to say the least. Never had I seen a band rock a crowd so hard. As a 10 year old I actually remember being kind of scared during the concert because the music was so powerful. I loved every second of it though and this was the album that introduced me to them.




    Age 15 2004-2005
    I couldn't decide which album to pick here so I put them both. They are both incredibly different and yet they totally represent how my music tastes had evolved at 15.

    I had never heard the of the Arcade Fire when I went to Amoeba on that fateful tuesday. I saw Funeral on the new music rack and just randomly chose it. I ended up spending the next few months listening to it over and over. It sort of kick-started my fascination with indie rock.

    And then there was The Chronic. After becoming a Rage fan I had dabbled a bit in hip hop, but mostly white boy stuff like the Beastie Boys. I know this album had been out for like 13 years, but I had never heard it until this year. I'd known about N.W.A. and Dr. Dre through Eminem, but this record just blew my fucking head off when I heard it. After this, hip hop became somewhat of an obsession for me. Gangster rap and blunts was how I spent my summer that year.



    Age 20 2009-2010
    This album really encapsulates my musical tastes of the moment. (I could have also chosen Plastic Beach for this year, but I feel I could have liked that album at almost any age, I cannot say the same for Cosmogramma.) I had been getting into J Dilla and Madlib for the past couple years and really loved Los Angeles. This new album though, just really hit me hard these past couple weeks. It's honestly one of the most beautiful, lush, spaced out, layered, and original pieces of music I have ever heard in my life. Truly genius work in my eyes. If you're not a fan of Flying Lotus or never really got into his music I HIGHLY suggest you sit back (preferably with some herbs ) and listen to this thing straight through.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FoxeyLady View Post
    but this was the first concert I remember actually spending my own money on for tickets. They played the Forum and it was a life-changing experience to say the least. Never had I seen a band rock a crowd so hard. As a 10 year old I actually remember being kind of scared during the concert because the music was so powerful.
    THIS. Their show (I think I went night 2?) at the Forum that year is still in my Top 5 shows of all-time. I was two rows up from the floor off to the right, and all you could see on the floor were giant swirls of people the entire time. I'll never forget that show.
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    I finally made it through a listen of Sun Kil Moon - Benji and had put it on maybe 4 times til I could finally feel mentally like, "just fuck it just let this guy blabber on" while I'm doing paperwork .
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountmccabe View Post
    What about that was surprising?
    I just never would have pegged you to be a Pearl Jam fan, given your current taste in music that you express here. (They're my favorite band, btw, I wasn't ragging on you).
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    Quote Originally Posted by getbetter View Post
    I finally made it through a listen of Sun Kil Moon - Benji and had put it on maybe 4 times til I could finally feel mentally like, "just fuck it just let this guy blabber on" while I'm doing paperwork .
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    im 19, about to turn 20
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    Although i dont remember listening to it much, my older brother was an avid Beastie Boys fan and constantly played this record..there is even an old home video of me trying to sing along to 'sabotage' and naming the three members

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    "crawling" was a big hit at the time, the video was always playing and i got the album as a Christmas present and i scratched the shit out of it from listening to it so much...not really proud of it now, but eh...there are worse albums

    15

    during a long road trip to see some family, my older cousin gave me a mixed CD that had Arcade fire, the killers and a bunch of others indie bands. during the trip i listened to that whole mix constantly, but Interpol stood out the most to me...as soon as i got home i looked up the tracklisting from their TOTBL and downloaded the songs and that was pretty much all i listened to that summer and into freshman year.

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    i just recently got into to Sufjan, but this album is fucking awesome...he's a great songwriter and now i which i could have gone to ATP NY last year when he played it through...i really hope he makes it out to Coachella one day

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    Am I the only chick who hated Alanis? I was very engrossed in punk and industrial around the time that album came out, and thought "bleh".
    I was also listening to Ministry, Skinny Puppy, 1000 Homo DJ's, Nitzer Ebb, Front line Assembly. You get the idea. Still somehow this Canadian gal captured me.
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    Glad to see some appreciation for Smashing Pumpkins "MACHINA" a vastly underrated album tho I'm sure many will disagree...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pixiessp View Post
    I was also listening to Ministry, Skinny Puppy, 1000 Homo DJ's, Nitzer Ebb, Front line Assembly. You get the idea. Still somehow this Canadian gal captured me.
    i was listening to all of this same stuff. I was actually a frequenter of goth/industrial clubs in the very early 2000s if anyone can imagine that
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    Matt, 20.

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    I have no clue, I cared much more about Jurassic Park, drawing, and Power Rangers than I did music. Whatever shit was playing on the radio I guess. That and some jazz/blues records my pops played or some obscure country music artist my mom would play on cassette tapes.

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    Korn - Issues


    lol. It was either this album or the Marshall Mathers EP. I was a HUGE Korn/Eminem fan. I remember getting away with buying this album from Target even though it had a parental advisory on it. I guess you can say this album also got me into researching music because sooner or later I owned the entire Korn discography (actually PURCHASED all the CDs up until the album Untouchables). Korn played a pretty huge part in my life. I am glad I was into these guys (who actually were pretty talented musically) rather then collecting the Creed or Nickelback discographies...

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    Gorillaz - Demon Days


    Ah yes, what a refreshing change of pace. I somehow got my hands on this album the day it came out with only knowing 2 or 3 Gorillaz songs. I listened to this album religiously and I still play it the entire way through to this day. Definitely my personal most playable album from start to finish. I remember playing it on repeat while playing Counterstrike and The Specialists; also played it in between classes at school everyday. This album was the point in my life where my tastes for what I consider good music today truly started to develop. I love this album.

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    Four Tet - There is Love in You


    This pick was kind of a toughy. I also think it is kind of hard to say this album had an equal impact on my life as much as the previous picks did. I also know there is a good amount of people that think of this album as a boring heap of shit and beeps-- that's okay though. This is definitely my new age Demon Days in terms of being able to listen to the entire album from beginning to end. I also think it is a great blanket summarization of what I have been really interested in at this age anyway-- electronic music, minimalism, beautiful melodies, thinking music, and music that challenges my perception of what music is.

    Thanks for reading if you did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moomoo View Post
    music that challenges my perception of what music is.
    I like this part.

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    Just curious how many of you guys actually stuck rigidly to what you were listening to at age 5, 10, 15, etc... or did some of you for age 5 put down what you were actually listening to at age 8?

    Like I had bigger influences at age 8/9 and 13 and 18, etc... but stuck to 5-10-15 pretty strict.
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    I also stuck to the rigorous interpretation.
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    I stuck to the 5-10-15 and posted what I was actually listening/exposed to at that age.
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    Same. I can think of plenty of things I would have included had I fudged the 5-10-15-20-25-30 business.
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    Same.
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    Ditto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomAz View Post
    I also stuck to the rigorous interpretation.
    I thought that I read this...

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    Tom, 48.

    10.


    I was 10 when I bought my first record with my own money. It was a 45 rpm single of "The Monster Mash". So I'm going to cheat and show the first album I ever bought, when I was 11. I bought it because I thought the guys on the cover looked pretty cool.
    And what the fuck are the rest of you guys talking about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Fuzz View Post
    And what the fuck are the rest of you guys talking about?
    Is it that complicated, guy?

    We all stuck to what we were listening to at ages 5, 10, etc. and didn't fudge the rules and post something that might be more glamorous that we were into a few years later.
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    Moar input from people who haven't, plz.
    9/20 - Crosby, Stills & Nash - Santa Barbara Bowl
    9/21 - Caetano Veloso - Hollywood Bowl
    9/26 - William Basinski - Pasadena Arts Council
    9/28 - Bob Mould - Roxy (?)
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    I finally made it through a listen of Sun Kil Moon - Benji and had put it on maybe 4 times til I could finally feel mentally like, "just fuck it just let this guy blabber on" while I'm doing paperwork .
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    5 - the first song i remember is either boogie wonderland or bad girls.
    10 - i have like 20 duran duran records. 12' remixes, imports, everything.
    15 - new order for a long time. and echo and the bunnymen
    20 - superchunk. i was impressed by both their music and diy approach.

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    Pete asked me to do this, and I told him that I wouldn't since it wouldn't be any good, but here goes since I'm bored.



    This is the earliest album I can remember. I am ashamed at my parents. Holy hell. I even had my grandpa take me to see the damn Spice Girls movie when it was in theaters. Embarrassing now that I look back on it.



    One of the phases I went through, but certainly not as shameful as the last. I had my Sean John clothes and the surfer wave bangs goin' on. EminemRapBoy622, holla at me on AIM. LOL.



    Now we're getting somewhere! My best friend from middle school introduced me to this album, and did it ever change the way I viewed music from that point onward. And I'll surely never look back. I don't listen to Mars Volta anymore, but that album will always be my favorite from them.

    As for the following, I couldn't pick just one, so the following are one big culmination...



    This I believe was the first album I ever bought, before I was ever introduced to Mars Volta. No lie, I kid you not, I bought it because I thought the album cover was cool. When I first listened to it, I was way too immature to appreciate it to the fullest, so after a few years of growing up I reevaluated it and am still appreciating it to this day. Discovering the wondrous-ness that is Radiohead, I was lead onto these albums...





    Still listening, still enjoying, and still very thankful for shaping my musical tastes forever. I'd be a totally different person if it weren't for the self-awareness TMV and Radiohead brought upon me.
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    I still pop in that Eminem album every once and awhile... no shame in my game lol
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    The Eminem Show had some amazing tracks on it.
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    I want to play

    Mucho, 27

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    Don't remember much, musically, from this time...but this album definitely stands out as the record my mom listened to the most...still love it.

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    My older brother's first CD - we listened to that Eric B. and Rakim track on repeat. My introduction to east coast hip hop, which I would always favor over the gangsta rap my friends listened to at the time

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    "Rotten Apple" and "Nutshell" were pure oddities for me...I listened to nothing like this in high school, but when a friend played them in his car on the way to basketball practice one day, I fell in love. I didn't care for the band's discography too much at the time, and still don't, but this EP was a treasure for at least a year.

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    After "Kid A" I began to give electronic music more attention, but couldn't yet give my full appreciation to acts that didn't incorporate some kind of instrumentation. I was living in Yosemite for the first of many summers, and this album was my companion for cycling and backpacking trips alike

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    This was a great year for music (Panda Bear, The Field, Radiohead, Of Montreal, Sunset Rubdown)....but this was still my most played record. In the central valley the days are hot, so I have become an avid night-time cyclist, and for many months I listened to Burial during my rides...the tunes were perfect, the ethereal vocals were wonderful. I have no interest in dubstep, but this album is still in my rotations.

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