It's a toss-up between Marilyn Manson, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, and KISS at the moment. I also love Hole, Motley Crue, Aerosmith, and Black Sabbath.2:favorite singer.
Marilyn Manson (the band and the person have the same name), Joan Jett, Sia, Courtney Love, Taylor Momsen, Johnny Cash, Lana Del Rey and Paul Stanley.
Slash (obviously), Lita Ford, Ace Freehley, Randy Rhodes, and Kurt Cobain
Twiggy Ramirez, Nikki Sixx, Geezer Butler, and Jackie Fox
Dave Grohl, Tommy Lee, and Sandy West
6:a musician you have a crush on.
If you know me at all, I don't even have to tell you this...
7:bands or musicians you've seen live.
I've seen a few, but the only one I enjoyed was The Proclaimers. The rest were at a Guides concert called 'The Tartan Gig' the lineup of which consisted of struggling pop acts and eye candy like StooShee, Little Mix and Connor Maynard
8:your favorite song when you were 12.
First of the Year by Skrillex. I am so ashamed...
9:your favorite song when you were 15.
10:your favorite song when you were 18.
11:your favorite song now.
My favourite song in the world ever is Coma White by Marilyn Manson. At the moment, other faves include it's Walk This Way by Aerosmith, Backlash by Joan Jett, Doll Parts by Hole, Slutgarden by Marilyn Manson or I'm Afraid of Americans by David Bowie
12:a song that says something about your love life.
Heaven Knows by The Pretty Reckless. The title describes it better than the actual song. I was going to say Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd, but in all honesty I don't at all
13:a song you listen to when you're sad.
I don't like being sad, so I listen to really upbeat stuff like Cyndi Lauper or Lady GaGa. My favourites are Girls Just Wanna Have Fun by CL, Strutter by KISS and Sexy Naughty Bitchy Me by Lene Alexandra
14:a song that makes you dance.
I tend to strut about like a glam rock star when listening to music in the shower, which is as close as I get to dancing. So Pour Some Sugar on Me by Deff Leppard, or Hell on High Heels by Motley Crue
15:a powerful song.
Wild Horses by The Rolling Stones, Mockingbird by Eminem, Hurt by Nine-Inch Nails (which I rave about constantly), Live and Let Die (the Guns N Roses cover) and Sound of Silence by Simon and Garfunkle. All of them make me cry.
16:a musician you'd like to meet.
I would love to meet Manson or Joan Jett, just so I could tell them how much they inspired me to start making my own music, and thank them for helping me become who I am
17:a song that is a collaboration of 2 or more artists you love.
Dancing in the Street by Mick Jagger and David Bowie. Unbelievably crap and campy, but it's a great collab all the same. Also, Bad Girl by Avril Lavigne and MM. It's like my 10-year old scene phase and my current I-haven't-a-fucking-clue phase made sweet love and the result is that monstrosity of a track
18:favorite live dvd.
The Runaways. Seeing as it's semi-fictionalized, I don't think it counts, but whatever.
19:oldest band / musician you listen to.
In terms of the age of the musicians themselves, either The Rolling Stones or Black Sabbath. I think the combined age of one of the bands alone is in the three hundreds.
20:favorite classical composer.
I haven't the foggiest. Whoever did Danse Macabre or For Elise. I like those.
21. a band/musician your friend(s) like(s), but you hate.
My best friend Jessie is obsessed with all these weird indie bands I've never heard of. Also, one of my friends is into Black Veil Brides and stuff like that, which I do not approve of at all. I despise Andy Biersac with the power of 10000 fiery suns. He's just an embarrassing copycat of early MM and Nikki Sixx
22:a band/musician that someone/something made you hate.
I used to profess to love a Christian emo band called Flyleaf until my band's bassist and one of my best friends, Josh, set me straight
23:the musician you find the nicest.
I'll assume that 'nicest', which is a horrifically vague word, means in my context the least screechy rock-n-roll-y. So probably Birdy, Lorde, Sia or Johnny Cash
24:the musician you find the most attractive looking.
For the thousandth time, you already know. Also, Mick Jagger was pretty fine back in the day, and I have a girl-crush on Joan Jett and Taylor Momsen.
Everything Manson from Antichrist Superstar through to his anthology. Also, Joan Jett's greatest hits, Going to Hell by The Pretty Reckless, and the Rocky Horror soundtrack
26:favorite song which lasts more than 10 minutes.
Bat Out Of Hell by Meat Loaf. As if that's a question.
27:a song that always makes you cry.
Hurt by NIN, and The Call by Regina Spektor. They are the ones that guarantee tears to fall, but I have a lot more depending on the time and circumstance.
28:a song that feels like it's made about you / for you.
Going to Hell by The Pretty Reckless, Sharada by Skye Sweetnam, or Rebel Rebel by David Bowie
29:a song of one of your favorite bands/musicians that you'd show to someone to introduce the band/musician to them.
I introduced one of my best friends to Manson with Slo-Mo-Tion, Use Your Fist and Not Your Mouth, and The Nobodies, so probably those
30:a band/musician you loved, but now can't stand.
Fuckin Skrillex, man
31:a band/musician you used to hate, but now love.
I used to preach my hate for Courtney Love to anyone who would listen. I've had Celebrity Skin and Doll parts by Hole on repeat for days now, so there was a flip happened somewhere along the lines.
32:a band/musician who made you listen to the kind of music you like most. (first one of the kind that you heard)
Black Sabbath. I got into them from Ozzy's book; from there Nirvana, Manson and Crue came in, then it went to KISS and Aerosmith. I discovered female rock after one of my friends watched The Runaways for the first time and went 'hey Edie, you like rock and metal shit - try this'. Then Hole and The Pretty Reckless happened after I discovered that female rockers do indeed exist. There is a not-so-concise history of my music interests. Black Sabbath is my answer if you want the short version.
33:do you and your partner(s) / best friend(s) share music tastes?
Occasionally, but it's mostly because I force them to like what I do. Prosper don't do compromise.
34:a band / musician that both you and your parent(s) like.
Aerosmith and Crue. Both my parents were teens in the '80s when these guys were big, so it's nostalgic for them.
35:a band / musician that made you meet someone you have loved.
I love only myself, thus no-one
36:song(s) that would be theme songs for your life or parts of it.
I like to walk around listening to Going to Hell by The Pretty Reckless and assorted Golden Age of Grotesque tracks (at the moment, Slutgarden, Ka-Boom Ka-Boom, and Doll-Dagga Buzz-Buzz Ziggety-Zagg) so probably those
37:a band / musician you'd like to see live, but it's never going to be possible.
I would love to see the original lineup of KISS, but that won't ever happen. I want to see Manson, but at them moment I would never be allowed. I want to see The Runaways but they don't exist any more and I'm sure some of them are dead.
38:the favorite music cd / dvd(s) you own.
The soundtrack to Trainspotting, Jagged Little Pill by Alanis Morisette, or the Aerosmith Young Lust anthology
39:an album you want to own.
The complete Manson collection
40:do you own any vinyls?
I want all the albums I like by old artists on vinyl, like New Tattoo by Motley Crue, Paranoid by Black Sabbath, or basically anything by Bowie
41:a concert you could have attended and wanted to attend, but something made you not go. (e.g. health issues, work)
I almost got the opportunity to see Jack White a few months ago (one of my dad's friends was giving tickets away because she couldn't go) but the dates didn't add up
42:a musician you wish hadn't died.
Johnny Cash and Kurt Cobain. I love them both, and it makes me so sad that I can never go and see them play a gig.
43:a band / musician whose works helped you last through the day.
I need loud and fast in order not to kill anyone at school. So basically, Manson, Crue, and Sabbath
44:a song you love to listen to when it snows.
Fairytale of New York by The Pogues. I don't care if it's March, I will listen to that fucking song if there's so much as a millimeter of snow.
45:a song you love to listen to when it rains.
I like listening to Ziggy Stardust-era Bowie and other soft rock kind of stuff when it's nasty outside. Things like Snow Patrol and Alanis Morisette.
46:a song that makes you smile.
I'm Afraid of Americans by David Bowie, Sexy Naughty Bitchy Me by Lene Alexandra (refer to the journal in which I put in a RHPS video set to this song) or Bad Reputation by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
47:a musician that shares similarities with you. (can be looks or personality or tastes)
In terms of looks, I've been told I have either Cherrie Currie or Courtney Love's hair. Personality-wise, I like to think I'm as cynical and arseholey as Manson. probably not though...
48:favorite song from a movie or favorite anime opening.
Planet Schmanet Janet from the Rocky soundtrack, Worst Pies in London from Sweeney Todd, The Hanging Tree, Yellow Flicker Beat by Lorde (both of the last two from Mockingjay) or Atlas by Coldplay from Catching Fire
49:sure there is a language you don't listen to music in, but you have this one song or band / musician that you like anyway. what's that?
I used to love Tokyo Hotel (no idea what language they speak) but not so much any more. I do have rather a thing for Rammstein though.
50:the newest / youngest of the bands you like.
The Pretty Reckless, Lana Del Rey, and Sia
It's a kind of 8-bit jingle thing that sounds vaguely like the Fix-It Felix song from Wreck-It Ralph
52:your phone alarm.
A duck noise53:a guilty pleasure song.
Anything that falls into the category of 'pop', mostly as I don't like admitting that I get enjoyment from anything other than glam metal. Chandelier by Sia is my main one, along with Girls Just wanna Have Fun54:a guilty pleasure band / musician.
Cyndi Lauper55:your favorite song not in your mother language.
Du Hast by Rammstein56:a song you listened to for laughs, but then actually loved it.
I actually got into Hole because I first listened them for the purpose of ranting about how 'evil# Courtney Love is. My opinions have changed enormously. 57:your favorite pictures of of your favorite bands/musicians.
58:the song that is currently playing. if you're not listening to any, the last song you listened to.
Rebel Rebel by David Bowie. I'm on an '80's kick today59:a song that you just can't stop humming / singing.
If there's a song in my head, it's probably Do You Wanna Touch Me by Joan Jett, which I can't sing in public. (I don't really hum, so much as sing under my breath)60:your favorite love song.
I Want You by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts (not a typical love song as such, but I class it as one), Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol, and Queen of Disaster by Lana Del Rey
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