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10-16-2011 @ 12:13PM
Also, Sacco, you are never, and I mean never ever, DJing one of my parties.
10-16-2011 @ 2:40PM
>implying that I would play indie rock music at your party instead of party music
10-16-2011 @ 3:10PM
Nothing against indie rock, most of what I listen to isn't touched by a major record label, I'm implying, inferred merely from the above example, that YHBTIM. It's ok though! It's okay to like bad music. Most people can not accept this but if they did they'd be more at peace :)
10-16-2011 @ 3:11PM
Rock music can certainly be party music too.
10-16-2011 @ 3:12PM
Because anyone who listens to said inde rock wouldn't know anything about any other kind of music, duh. All DJs everywhere only listen to party music.
10-16-2011 @ 4:19PM
Music and sports teams. Everyone thinks theirs is the best. The kicker- you don't have anything to do with either one except choosing to support them. Get over yourselves. It's great to support music that never hits the airwaves, but sad to say, that doesn't make it any better or worse than the stuff that does.
10-16-2011 @ 4:26PM
Sacco just can't stop shufflin'. Erryday, he's shufflin'.
10-18-2011 @ 4:43AM
Uh, Noyou, that's my point. And your dragging sports teams into it only makes it simpler to make my point. Can't people admit things are objective?For instance, I'm a HUGE Edmonton Oilers fan. If I said "they're the best" I'd be talking out my ass since they finished dead last the last two seasons and are in a rebuilding stage.Like with music, you can enjoy a band but why can't you admit "yeah I like them but they're not 'good', per se". Maybe they have no technicality, or no heart, or their lyrics are inane by any sane measure, or whatever the hell.Mozart's bloody brilliant but I'll be damned if I could say I actually, honestly and truly, sans pretension, enjoy him. You can LOVE Nirvana or something but it's still a garble mouthed junkie playing power chords that I learned my first month with a guitar and writing lyrics that are seldom veritably brilliant.There's no accounting for taste? Yes there is, people are just too uncomfortable or possibly insecure in admitting they might like something that's not very good.
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