I myself love country music most but i also like rock (more on the harder side), blues, ska, some electronica, and a little bit of rap. very little. I was wondering...what do you men think the manliest genre of music there is and what you like to listen to? i honestly dont know what the manliest genre of music is so i am not going to answer this question.

 

by the way... im not sure what topic this post goes under so im sorry if this isnt the right one.

 

have a happy sunday everyone.

**EDIT**

 Augustin brought up a good point about how the artist is the one who makes it manly... not the genre and i agree.  So instead of posting just a certain genre, maybe you could post an artist and what genre they belong to.

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i can see why you think that and i agree. maybe i should edit this discussion. haha

If you like it and it doesn't emasculate you or give you thoughts to doubt yourself, it's your poison.

Not specific, but here's my general list:

- Godsmack

- Rammstein

- Tchaikovsky

- Bach

Metal and classic for me :) .

Personally, I think about the most masculine types of music are Country and Classic Rock.  I am definitely not a fan of metal or harder types of rock though.  I really like Country because the lyrics and what is being said in the music strikes me as the most honest and heartfelt, and so many Country songs hit hard on many of the very things most important to us guys and what we experience in our own lives.  Country music is actually saying something.  I like Classic rock just because so many of the songs are just so damn cool to listen to, but even that genre doesn't always say something when you listen to the lyrics in the song.  That's not necessarily the point with classic rock, and that's OK. 

Please tell me we are not already back at the "manliest" of generic things again

Sorry, amigo.  The cycle has come around again.

Wash the egg of your face--in important things like music, there is no Progress, & sometimes less than none.

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