Toadofsky Posted October 22, 2008 Report Share Posted October 22, 2008 I usually don't like starting threads, mostly because I think everyone else has better topics than I do. But now that I finally have the internet (and my own place to boot!), I've been lurking through sites, as well as my usual ones, and I stumbled on Pandora, this is an old site for probably 80 % of you guys. But I can't believe how many artists I've come across now because of it. I've probably got at least 10 or more channels on it. But what I really want to ask here is this... Was there ever a point when you finally branched off and started listening to formats of music you never heard or had stumbled on? I know when I was at least 15-18, that I wouldn't listen to country or hip hop at all. Mostly because I didn't think any of it was any good (I'm not saying much of it is, but that's because of broadcast radio I guess), but after listening to some of it, I can't say I hate it anymore. Or maybe a better question, what kind of music had really struck a chord with you? What had made a defining point for you? Has music ever done that for you? The "Explosions in the Sky" Channel on Pandora has been getting a lot of play through on my Pandora account, instrumental like this I've only heard in great films... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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