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• Posted by: CS^TBL
• Date: Sunday, May 30, 2004, at 4:15 p.m.
• IP Address: 62-221-215-55.dsl.fiberworld.nl
• In Response to: Re: No, he does NOT deserve a break. He must h... (Kris)

One thing that puzzles me is the type of ppl that listen to soundtracks..

There are musical styles that invite a certain style o' ppl to listen. If I see what kinda ppl are performing and listening to death-metal, then I say .. "yeahwell, there's a perfect match there".. Same goes for other styles o' music. Usually the listener fits the music, just as a dog fits his/her boss.
(not a bad word about any style btw, I just used it as an example that prolly makes sense to a lot of ppl)

So, what type is the average soundtracklistener? I always thought that a typical stereotype soundtrack could be defined as: 'modern orchestral music, produced as popmusic, meant to support moving images'.. e.g. I'd expect ppl who appreciate classic music as well. Based on this, I expected ST people who have a certain 'class' in everything.

But maybe I'm wrong in this, anyway... what's a typical ST listener anno 2004? When I read some comments here and there I'm under the impression that there are quite some ppl running around that don't exactly match my imagination about the typical ST listener.

it's now 01:10 .. sleeping time ..forgive me this philosophic oddball in the middle of the night .. just curious




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