03:30 PM on 01/22/12
Although my taste in music has undoubtedly exploded in the last two or three years, there are many genres with which I haven't even scratched the surface (off the top of my head: classical, blues, any type of jazz, a number of regions' "world"/folk music, and others that would be, I guess, considered more "adult" genres to first-world people living in this century), and many others where I don't know much beyond the well-known artists/albums/songs. I probably spend too much time getting into new stuff when there's an enormous back-catalogue of incredible music to be heard.
The biggest surprise in my library would probably be the amount of '90s country I have. I was raised on Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, Reba, Brooks & Dunn, etc., and still listen to it quite regularly, along with other artists in the genre. It's good driving music. Granted, as mentioned above, you need to be picky with country these days, but there are still honest artists out there (and a plethora of them if you branch out into bluegrass and folk).
we were raised on the same music
i regularly blast "callin baton rouge"