"Music is a language that everyone can understand no matter what form you choose to enjoy it"
I am a twenty year old University student (with little to no linguistic skills, I'm afraid) that is on a 'mission' (until I find a real aim for my life) to broaden my rather limited musical scope. I want to experience musicians that have, for some reason, bypassed me in my life.
I currently listen to Alternative Rock and Grunge music, preferably Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, Nickelback, Hinder or The Used.
I'm not entirely sure what it is that makes me love a band or an album. I do enjoy finding the meanings and origins of songs, though sometimes prefer just to know what they mean to me! Albums should be listened to as a creative body of music, and I hate the itunes obsession everyone seems to have! Listening to individual songs alone and out of order just seems wrong.