Just a regular guy... But I'm almost always likely to do something out of the ordinary. Love God and the music impassioned by love for Him. But don't worry, I'm not single minded. I love, what I suppose would have to be called emo, but not in a depressed way. It's just that, unfortunately, depression is a very common conduit for infusing passion into music. I believe that passion, self-experience, and the force that drives you are the best conduits/channels through which music is made. That being said, it doesn't have to be depressing, there are several songs which are happy, apathetic, or mad which have incredible amounts of passion behind them.
The worst part about all this, I HATE country music. To me, someone who has been trained in the classical realm, there's a lack of talent. The lyrics are by far the most pure, real, and driven by true desires. And country produces most of the happy, sometimes go-lucky, songs. But if only they could sing well. Not to say that they don't have any musical talent, obviously they have rhythm, but twang NEEDS to DIE! They aren't tone deaf entirely, so I know they can sing proper (if not without training), but seriously, if they could slide across the entire scale a little less, I might could enjoy it enough to make it a regular listen. There are some country songs which I have enjoyed listening to, but not too many that I'd really want to listen to again.
Of course, there is something to say about the company present at the time of listening, because even though sometimes you really don't want to dance, some ppl will just be the right person or have the right vibe to make you want to kick up your feet for a while.
Ok, so I happened to download Toto recently... and I know they put out some good stuff ("Africa", and something else ... maybe "hold the line", i dunno), but i've come to realize why cigarettes became so popular during the 80's: the music simply sucked all of the feeling out of everything; I believe