Guess the user above you favorite band

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Go.

This should be fun.
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Well, I know only a few things about you.

1. You mostly reside in the religious forums, & seem to love the "abstract"

2. You are teaching yourself piano

I can't be sure who your favorite band is, but you seem like the kind of person to be into Boards of Canada.


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based on your electronic production, I'm guessing you draw your inspiration from ... Illenium? Maybe Gareth Emery or Marshmello.

My favorite artist is super obvious if you read my blog lol
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I'm guessing....The Chipmunks.
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not even close. Based on your shoddy debate performance, I’m guessing you’re pretty young. And the fact that you think my fave is chipmunks infers your artist taste range is pretty small. I’d guess yours is Justin Bieber. Or maybe the creator of Baby Shark
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LOL.

I'll take the age thing as a compliment, and as for the debate jibe, well I have no real time for formal debating, though I will sometimes do a debate if it doesn't require much attention to detail.  But winning or losing is neither here nor there.

I am actually 40 years older than you, which probably reflects my preference for Old Prog Rockers and Classical Music....Nonetheless, I would say that my taste in music is very eclectic.

Steve Hackett, Jon Anderson etc......  And Ralph Vaughan Williams is perhaps my favourite composer.

The chipmunks thing was not to be taken seriously......So who are your favourite musicians?
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Never heard of Boards of Canada. But I grew up with eighties music and my favorites (were) Motley Crue, Ac/DC and Metallica. I'm really not sure what my favorites are now. I have a few favorite songs but no particular band really. 
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ah I'm way off then. You should check them out though, you may like them. 

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It better be SLAYER
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Not my favorite, but I like their sound... it's fairly close

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Judging by your picture. Your favorite band is Journey
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I like all music and actually did see them in concert but not my favorite, Slayer and Stevie Ray are at the top.
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I am weird. I like no music or art and just listen to non fiction audio books in the car. I get through close to 50 audio books a year on top of my other reading. I went to a thrift store last week and bought 25 random CDs though and am working my way through them to see if ignoring music is making me miss out on anything.

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Based on the above, I'm going to guess that Bringer prefers a band from the 50s known as Empty Reel [as in an empty reel of recording tape]. Maybe they've been remastered digitally to produce an empty CD.

All the above tongue-in-cheek, so to speak. I've not yet put any of my non-fiction on audio, yet, but I see a challenge. 
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I'll do it for $50 an hour (recorded time). I have a face for radio and possibly a voice. 
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Thanks, but, I, too [RIP Rush] have a voice on loan from God [very resonant], and do professional voice-over on occasion.