use of word "like"

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1) I don't like jennifer lopez's tarcks I only like one track of her's "Give me tarck"
2) I have been listening to a few old tracks of Mltr's band and also some other new tracks.
3) I am on/in a train right now
 

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1) I don't like jennifer lopez's tarcks I only like one track of her's "Give me tarck"
2) I have been listening to a few old tracks of Mltr's band and also some other new tracks.
3) I am on/in a train right now

1) I don't like Jennifer Lopez's songs. I only like one track (from the album) - "Give Me Track".

2) I've been listening to a few old tracks by Mltr, and also some of their new tracks.

3) I am on a train right now/at the moment.

Notes: We don't always use "tracks". We would say "How many tracks are there on the new album?" or "It's the third track on her second album", but normally when we're talking about a musician's work, we say "songs" (if they're a singer!)

We also don't often say "tracks of + band". We normally say "songs by [name of band]" or just " name of band + songs".
I really like songs by Duran Duran.
I love Duran Duran songs.
 
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