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(NPR)   Can you learn to like music you hate? Sorry, NPR, I'm not a Belieber   ( divider line
    More: Unlikely, traditional music, Sounds Good  
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2013-02-17 10:31:48 PM  
Considering that most people dislike the music they dislike for reasons that are superficial at best.. Yeah Im sure that most could get over themselves long enough to attempt to like something theyve never given a chance if they pulled their head out of their ass.
2013-02-18 04:41:37 AM  
I'm a full-time DJ and I still hate AC/DC even after 20 years of it.
2013-02-18 06:21:22 AM  
The article is about learning to like music that might sound dissonant to the layperson's ear.

Many farkers here, including subby, are confusing that with music they don't like because of its pop-cultural baggage.  (i.e. who made it, rather than what it sounds like).

Learning to like and appreciate free jazz or japanese noise isn't the same thing as learning to like music produced by some unpleasant teeniebopper.
2013-02-18 08:56:06 AM  
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Got away with playing this entire album over the PA system at Zayre back in the 1980's while working third shift. Was shocked that there were no complaints! (still love this album)
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