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A Large Collection Today many people have become attached to popular music because it can easily stimulate their curiosity In addition many people buy popular music because it is popular not because it has artistic value However in my music compact disc collection I have mostly underground music that many people do not know about or like such as heavy metal and jazz I also have discovered my tastes in music have changed as I have grown older Thus I can arrange my music collection according to how old I was when I purchased the compact discs my adolescence during the age of nineteen to twenty-four and twenty-five years old to the present The first category of my music collection is the first music that I bought I found that it quickly became an important part of my life during my adolescence I bought my first compact disc when I was fourteen At that time I felt that I lived in a time of storm and stress When I was a high school student my mind and soul were in confusion and I did not know why I knew that the majority of people went through that kind of problem during that time and I found it easy to depend on music that I really loved In music I could find my own pleasure and take a rest in great sounds I used to buy and listen to rock and roll music performed by Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin I bought many of my compact discs because one of my classmates recommended them Rock and roll quickly became a very important part of my life Many of my friends and even my parents did not like rock and roll because of its cultural differences between Korean music and American music I think that rock and roll comes from America so Koreans have a tendency to keep away from it For this reason rock
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