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  • Alternative/Modern/Goth

    4 13.79%
  • Oldies (50's 60', 70's)

    3 10.34%
  • Pop (80's 90's current)

    1 3.45%
  • Heavy Metal/Hard Rock/Industrial

    6 20.69%
  • Other (Country, Disco, Showtunes, etc)

    15 51.72%
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    I saw a post asking about favorite coding tunes from ~Michelle on the A Best Web Virtual Family forum, and it inspired this poll:

    what type of music do you listen to when you code?

    (Please exclude some of the broad lumpings together- I have to fit it into five options!)

    If more than one fit, choose the one that you listen to most often.

    If you cant decide which you listen to most often, choose whatever is playing now (or that you listened to most recently)

    (BTW- please forgive me if this is too OT)

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    Classical...

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    Erg- I *knew* I had left of something very fundamental; *that's* what it was- classical.

    Hi.

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    Other is kinda vague huh? ehhehehee

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    Showtunes for me

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    Yanni and Savage Garden. Ooh baby!

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Big Country:
    Other is kinda vague huh? ehhehehee <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Yeah, that's what I get for trying to create a poll at 2am- I even left some of my favorite music off the poll...

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    Mostly strange remixes. I have taken to d/ling "Prizefighter Remixes" of popular hip-hop songs.

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    <----- ducks to avoid thrown classic rock and yanni CDs

    as a category ... actually listens to everything..... except Yanni

    Game on!!!!

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    it was a good idea for a poll...

    actually I like all good music....

    (but especially classical...)

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>eah, that's what I get for trying to create a poll at 2am- I even left some of my favorite music off the poll... <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    hahaha. I understand

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    Any music that has a good beat to it. As long as the foot is tapping I stay awake.

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    What do Enya and Clanad come under? Gothic ?

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    Acoustic Alchemy, St Germain, Santana, George Benson ~~~ most other 'extremely talented and polished' instrumentalists ~ lots of guitar.

    Category? No Idea

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    i like to listen to rap when i code
    snoop dogg, biggie, jayz

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    Classic rock! I don't think I could remember how to code without Led Zeppelin, Foghat, and The Who. Those bands really take me back... to a place that I've never been. I think I work faster and make fewer mistakes when listening to classic rock.

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    what does 'noise of many servers' come under?

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    Anything that is fast and has a good beat. Otherwise I start getting tired and work slower.

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    Country. Humorous country.

    Combined with a mix of electronica and AfroCelts (you lump them if you want, I wont).

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    hehehe .. play Enya music and see what kind of code programming evolves .. whoooooooa.

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    Nothing like a lil Motley Crue and Guns n Roses to get them creative juices flowing ...

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    Five Iron Frenzy; tie for second (Relient K, Jennifer Knapp, Supertones, The Benjamin Gate, Jean-Luc Ponty)

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    Mine is Theory of a Dead Man or ColdPlay

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    Say won't you say... Jennifer Knapp Rocks!

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    AC~DC right now , then I may put on some Mozart. Keep things interesting, have a wide choice of music, keeps you sane

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