Changing music style

@iharidh (309)
January 14, 2010 9:24pm CST
Hello friends. I have encountered once in my youth life that I really love punkrock music. I said in my heart that I never changed my music preference in my entire life. Then one of my friends told me that my behavior is quite unwise, that I should also listening to other kind of music. At that time, I never intended to listen to him. But years after that, I slowly am listening to other kind music. Although I can't leave punkrock yet, but I feel that my life is more beautiful now I can listen to other music. How about you guys? Have you ever encountered something like that in your life?
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@jambi462 (4598)
• United States
15 Jan 10
I've had a very similar experience. I got into punk music because I liked the raw energy that some of the vocalists could bring. I liked to hear the screaming vocals or bellows. But as I got better at music personally and started to evolve more I learned that punk rock music is very limited. I also started to listen to bands like Tool and The Deftones and realized that all my life I've just been looking for a heavier sound. I still enjoy punk music a lot and will never deny that it helped to get me where I am today. I have just seemed to grow out of it.
@iharidh (309)
• Indonesia
15 Jan 10
Your view is very attractive to me. For me, punk music is not limited in one perspective. I understand that almost all punk music low in music depth. It has less cord, simple music and all. But as I say, the punk music has its own advantages in all its simplicity. And like you, I still enjoy punk music until now.
@ronnyb (6125)
• Jamaica
16 Jan 10
I am like you ,a lover of alternative and I dont feel as if I can get addicted anything else but lately I have been developing a love for R&B .I think the reason is that modern day R&B is starting to have asound I now find applealing .Great discussion
@nautilus33 (1831)
15 Jan 10
Hi! I have also changed my music style, but it happened 5-6 years ago, when I was a student. Then I was listening to some style of music that today I hate so much. It is called "chalga" and it is typical for m country- it is not a folklore music. It has nothing to do with it. The texts of these songs are so commercial and thoughtless, that I think i will become an idiot if I listen to them. But at that time it wasn't so commercial and disgusting, and when it turned to it I stopped listen to that music. Now I listen all the styles except for heavy metal, hard rock, rap and "chalga"
@anyabee (363)
• Philippines
15 Jan 10
i do believe that one shouldn't focus your hobbies or interest on one particular type only. and , yes. i used to like just one type of music before but it is better if you can also listen to other genres as they could help you get on with the tediousness of life.