That's so really sad that I don't know most of musical terminology you used here (and I'm too lazy/busy/lame to search it up), but I like A LOT of sounds. One of latest musical critics (either Andrei Gorohov or Artemiy Troitsky (don't confuse with Trotsky, please!
) - don't remember exactly) wrote that second part of XX century is the era of SOUND. Neither melody, nor story, not even rhythm, but 'da sound', pure and simple, as well as electronic music as its main carrier horse were the last things.
I am, as you probably know if you track my posts, an electro-freak. Many things that go whizz, whistle, clunk, tingle, scratch, pew, blomp, whoosh and many many many others are 'my' sounds.
Also, there was so-called "ionica" instrument. I have NO IDEA how it's called in English, it is some form of synthetizer sound, which was totally iconic to end-of-80s pop in ex-USSR territory. We still didn't get house, rave, techno or trance, but pim-pim-pim-pim-piririm-pim-pim was so common on stage, radio and everywhere.