In my youth I was often classed as a goth and I still wear solid black (or a mixture of black and light black ... i.e. gray) 99% of the time -- tastefully tuned for the corporate world, of course. When lead singer Ian Curtis of Joy Division hung himself in his kitchen ... is about when I stopped listening to rock. Joy Division's members had made a pact that if they ever broke up they'd not play the same kind of music. The remaining members formed New Order ... an electronica band in the 80's ... and following them really took me down the electronica path. I listen to electronic, club, dance, and trance most of the time -- and it's usually cranking in the truck, too. I also like some pop, gothic rock, classic rock, old school rap (think Public Enemy, LL Cool J, Run DMC, etc.) ... and a little bit of metal. I can't stand country music. A friend remarked that my musical taste doesn't fit the stereotype for my truck, but agreed it absolutely goes with the transformers theme and suits me, as I eat/sleep/live/breathe in the high tech world. Heck, when I was in Austin I would often take my laptop to Ohms, a goth/industrial club that existed on 7th street in the late 90's with smoke machines, lasers, cage dancers, and DJ's playing hardcore electronica ... and do work. That's just how I roll. Curky again... P.S. I was also a raver, but none of that pacifer toting, stuffed animal carrying panzy stuff for me. I liked the scene and to dance. And I'm talking real raves ... the kind you had to be in the know to attend because they weren't advertised and were often impromptu setups.