BrockI can sing pretty good and learned bass, but always wanted to play with folks that liked loud/soft dynamics with crazy time signatures. using that rule set on songs always was entertaining, anything written in e-minor with really crunchy bass driven stuff.
See, everyone thinks its fun to play in odd times but unless you have a really good and competent drummer its almost impossible to do right. 90% of music can fit into one of four time signatures, and these usually have their own genres of music. For example most waltz are in 3/4 compound meter, while most music in general falls under 4/4, marches are usually 2/4 and foxtrot is usually 5/4.
Again, each person has their preference,but I feel most musicians would rather play in 3/4 or 4/4 time.
For me, the weirdest time signature I've played in is 9/8 (nine eighth note [3 groups of 3 eighth notes])