"The Black Keys, Alter Bridge, Breaking Benjamin, Stone sour, Chicago, Hendrix (nice pic btw), Zepplin, Three days Grace, U2, Slash, Guns N Roses (use your illusion two and back), Tremontie, red hot chili peppers, AC/DC, Nirvana, Shinedown, and…"
"Yes music can be very manly.
What do I usually listen to? Well when I'm working out or just looking for my usual I like to blast Anberlin, The Black Keys, Skillet, 3 Doors Down, etc etc...
When I'm looking for a bit of variety I usually…"
2. Depends on my mood, and what I need to/want to do. I listen to just about everything from Opera and Classical, to traditional folk music (romani and irish), jazz, rock, punk, swing, reggae, big band, some country, even some R&B…"
" Hey you're welcome! I first heard of him when I was travelling a bit in Canada sometime back in 06. But I went back up to St. John NB when they played there in 2011, and met the band. A great bunch of guys!"
"The question of is this or that manly has been dealt with so many times I'll let it pass as answered.
About music, I think it is the greatest things ever conceived by the mind of man. I have always listened to music. When I was…"
"White Stripes, System of a Down (only first two albums), Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin. Lately I've been into more softer stuff: Great Lake Swimmers, Decemberists, Band of Horses, Fleet Foxes, My Morning Jacket, Death Cab for Cutie
Depending on my…"
"Like others I enjoy a whole range of music. Blues, rock, and jazz are recurring in my playlists. Also Americana/country/whatever you want to call it. I'm thinking of The Band. Other times I will turn to classical, in particular baroque."
" My favorite band is Corb Lund and the Hurtin Albertans, much of their music I consider to be quite manly. If you use spotify I would reccomend "Hard on Equipment" or "Pour em Kinda Strong". However, I'm…"
"The way I see it, music can help make any situation better. I enjoy various types of music as one day I'll be listening to Dean Martin or Bob Crosby relaxing in my room, then when I decide to work the old punch bag I'll put on some…"
This groupe is for those men who want to do something with their live (besides being a couch potato). Despite opinions they take charge and make the difference, even if that means they must make a sacrafice.See More
"You think I am trolling? Why? Cant anybody relate? Who hadnt a grandfather who has been in WWII and had great stories. MAny man have a longing for such an archaic experience, hence all the articles such as stand your perimeter etc. I mean it, i hope…"
"Since it's no longer behind the NYTimes paywall, I finally perused the column.
What I read was that the academician who wrote the article really appears not to understand manliness. For one thing, he doesn't understand that it is…"
Hey Guys,I have a dilemma. I want to join the military or the police but I cant because I have an extremely bad cv, been in psychiatry, 27 years old. But I cannot get past that. I have this strong feeling,that I have to be in War or similar Situations one time in my life, or this longing for fighting and manliness cannot be fulfilled in other professions. The way I see it, there arent any alternatives, but I cannot let go either, I have tried for months. I had already crazy ideas, like joining…See More
"A book that really helped me was "The Power of Now" by Eckhard Tolle. It's a bit "out there" for a nuts and bolts science guy like me. But I figured what the hell, and I can't argue with the results. There's also a…"
Asexuality is a sexual orientation, meaning that a person doesn’t experience sexual attraction to anyone of any gender. This is distinct from romantic orientations - Sexual attraction being who you want to have sex with and romantic attraction being who you would like to date. Asexual people are sometimes referred to as “aces”, although there are many labels and varied terminology within the asexual spectrum. What asexuality isA unique sexual orientation - Just like gay, straight, and bisexual,…See More