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Posted 9/22/16

Sephigi wrote:

What does it take to be a true music fan? one answer is, stop hating on country music too much and two, expand your horizons (even if you're casual).


Very well put don't hate on and discredit a whole genre because you don't like it and be very open-minded to new songs or genres because you never know you may come across something you like.
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God I can't stand FUNK. Like WHAT EVEN IS FUNK, Why DOES IT EXIST? It AIN'T EVEN MUSIC.

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Posted 9/22/16

kufirst wrote:

God I can't stand FUNK. Like WHAT EVEN IS FUNK, Why DOES IT EXIST? It AIN'T EVEN MUSIC.



You almost triggered me lol!
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Posted 9/27/16
Listen to what you like. That's all. Your music tastes will always be pleb to some snob, so don't worry about it.
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Posted 10/7/16
For the most part I only listen to music that came out during the 90s and earlier. My reasons are simply based on the fact that I was a teenager in the 90s and its that Grunge/Metal era that drove me emotionally at that particular time. Now that I am 38 I find it very difficult to get into newer music, but its because the music I prefer reminds me of my youth. Never put a label of "fan" on music in general, but instead a "fan" of certain bands etc. For instance, I am a fan of the band RUSH, enjoyed their 2004 concert. I also am a fan of Tony Bennett "the boulevard of broken dreams" (not to be confused with a green day song).

Nearly everyone enjoys music, but I see no point in attempting to claim I love music better than someone else.
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