Not meming, legit my favorite character
>Huey Lewis and The News
>Early 80s glam rock fem shit
>ALL NIGHT LONG
Snow Patrol, Beatles and Hot Potato
not my fav character but
>20th century classical
>rock in opposition
>Kool and The Gang
>OutKast (Mostly just The Love Below)
>80s noise demo tapes
I'd agree on the FlyLo and Aphex Twin.
>implying that musical loop he plays on repeat from the episode where he thinks magaret is getting married isn't patrician as fuck
2nd Wave Post-Rock
Classical Piano pieces
>Inspector Spacetime soundtrack
Don't you appreciate oriental sequential art?
Probably some plebby jpop shit.
I'd go further and say he listens to it for the cute girls, rather than the actual music
>the shadow ring
>early legendary pink dots
Sung Tongs-era Anco
Psych-folk in general
20th Century Classical
>1990's Chicago House
>Uncut Didgeridoo Solos
Vaporwave -- but ironically, because it was the mid-90's and he was probably listening to cassettes that were warped/faded from being crammed underneath the space heater in his room for too long.
Oblivion had a lot of really shit DLC like the houses and horse armor, though.
The two real expansions were better, though. I think they had better writers back then, and they were more willing to take risks.
Like, Shivering Isles was fucking bizarre and was cool because of how experimental and interesting it was. Dawnguard was another icy mountainous place.
Yeah and they gave you the new vampire powers without much challenge to compensate for its lack of creativity. It felt too powerful for how fast they gave it to you; like Dark Magic in the Darksouls DLC.
The Crusader set wasn't that powerful, but felt fucking amazing to have because you went through all these trials to complete it.
>The Wedding Present
I don't know why, but I feel like Jangle Pop and 80's New Wave in general is compatible with the geeky outsider archetype. He also probably listens to Weezer.
If you search star wars on Spotify there's a bunch of official playlist for various star wars characters. C3PO listens to classical, Yodas into experimental hip hop and downtempo, Kylo Ren is basically angsty punk pop, among others.
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also she would definitely listen to sufjan stevens