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Your play list could scare off a date

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Whether you're into Bruce Springsteen, Rihanna or Madonna your taste in music says a lot more about you than you might think. So much so that it could make or break a potential relationship.

According to a Glamour magazine article, a lot of people don't like to reveal what's on their play list because they're worried it could turn a potential love interest off.

Glamour collaborated with dating website www.howaboutwe.com and came up with some interesting findings.

If you like Bruce you're apparently good in bed.

It doesn't get more modern than Rihanna. And if you like her you're attractive.

If you're into the controversial Kanye West it says a lot about your personality: that you're kind of mean but in a hot way.

So the big question: what artists turn some guys off? Heavy metal and Taylor Swift.

As for the fellas looking for a relationship, make sure you don't say you like Britney Spears because the list says you're only after one thing.

By the way, if you like Beyonce you're sweet but not a pushover.

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