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Well, I say I like anything that sounds good to me. It's common sense in my opinion, but there are some people who won't give anything new a try, and will just like one genre for example and won't even listen to others to see if they like it - could never understand that, though. I know I don't like ALL music, but there is a wide range I like, from quite a wide range of genres. Rock and metal music is generally my favourite, has been for quite a few years now. However, yeah, whatever the genre is, if the song sounds good, I'll enjoy it.
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