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Postby Antonio94 » Wed Jul 05, 2017 3:26 am

Since I don't see any introduction thread or board here so I hope introducing myself here is legit? So anyway...
Hi everyone! I'm Antonio and I'm newbie here :D. During 2000s, I actually listened quite a bit of 80s music when my father turned them on and he often sung along. In later years when I listen more music, I mostly listened to guitar songs like John Clarke's songs or Depapepe (a Japanese guitar band I found on the Youtube). By saying this, that doesn't mean I don't listen to pop and other genres. However, most of the songs these days somehow... too commercial for me. I feel it's kinda... meaningless, at least to my sense.
And so remembering my father taste, I start to listen to the 80s music again like Michael Jackson or Phil Collins.
I hope to learn and share experience with you guys. Thanks!
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