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This week's question What music are you into?

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 16 September, 2007, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 16 September, 2007, 12:00am

Jeremy Cheung, 18


I dig all sorts of music, but lately I've been cramming my ears with a lot of hip hop and rap. I also love R&B, punk rock and pop. I'm obsessed with movie soundtracks and I'm developing a strange attraction to trance and opera. No, I don't get it either.


Jason Lam, 17


Music is one of the most important parts of my life. I have about 4,000 songs on my iPod, although I don't really listen to all of them. I guess I like anything that has a fantastic beat. My favourites are hip hop, rap and electronica.


Betty Fan, 17


I'm into a lot of music. I need rock band music like Maroon 5 to pump me up in the morning. High School Musical when I'm in school mode, Gwen Stefani when I'm on a high, and classical music like Chopin when I'm feeling ignorant.


Alexandra Hirst, 14


Definitely 'old school'. Growing up with my dad, you've got to love the Rolling Stones or else your life will be meaningless! We have almost every album, know almost every word to every song and have even seen them live. I do like other genres of music - it's just that I love the Stones!


Keertana Srinivasan, 14


I like all kinds of music, but at the moment I'm into a little bit of pop, punk rock, hard rock and some metal. I know it's a strange variety, but it's true! My favourite bands at the moment are Linkin Park, Agalloch and Katatonia.


Crystal Lau, 17


Recently, I'm really into the soundtrack of the series One Tree Hill. Although the songs are of various genres, such as country and punk, they all make me feel 'comfortable'. That's the most important element in music for me.


Natasha Sarangi, 17


I am totally into the music of the 80s and 90s. I love the songs of Hilary Duff and Bryan Adams. But my favourite band is the Indian group Pentagram.


Shubhi Kalra, 15


Indian classical music. I have always found it sweet, melodious and heart-warming. It also plays a very important role in Indian history.


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