I grew up on a mix of artists from the 90s, 80s, 70s (and maybe some late 60s). I insisted upon listening to the Backstreet Boys, Britany Spears, N*Sync, Spice Girls (though I didn't have any of their CDs, but I did see the movie), and Hanson.
My parents however? Whenever we went on long car trips we would always listen to Elton John, The Eagles, Mike and the Mechanics, Genesis, Bruce Hornsby and the Range, Chicago, Crash Test Dummies, Foreigner, Jethro Tull, Journey, Loreena McKennitt, Sarah McLachlan, Simon and Garfunkel, Sting, The Beatles, and The Grateful Dead--all the classic (and sometimes unknown) bands that always remind me of childhood.
So you would say I listened to a wide range of music and, since then, have been very keen in my parents taste in music instead of my own.
Otis B. Driftwood: It's all right, that's in every contract. That's what they call a sanity clause.
Fiorello: You can't fool me! There ain't no Sanity Claus!
-A Night at the Opera