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Giving Music I Dislike A Second Chance...

So this idea was inspired by a video Yasmine Summan did on her YouTube channel and I thought, hey, that's an interesting idea, so I don't take credit for this idea, but I think most of our choices will be different.

Creeper- I don't like Creeper, they're my best friends favourite band and I can't stand them. And listening to them again, I still don't like them. I can't, I'm sorry. They're just not the sort of music I'm into.

Love and Loathing by With Confidence - It's not a bad album but it's not my favourite, it doesn't have something that makes me want to listen to it on repeat and yall might hate me for it but I just don't like it.

MANIA by Fall Out Boy - I can't, I just can't handle this one. Nope. It's not necessarily bad it's just not the best FOB album, and the only song I really listen to off the album is Wilson (Expensive Mistake).

Rituals by Deaf Havana - I don't dislike it, I like the album, it has grown on me over the past year but it's totally different to their sound. So yes I don't like it as a Deaf Havana album to an extent but as an album on its own it's alright, and it did kinda help DH grow that bit.

Arctic Monkeys - I like a couple of songs, but it's like with Creeper, it's just not a sound that appeals to me. They're not a bad band and they've very successful but I'm just not massive on them.

The Xcerts - They have a couple of songs I like, but they're similar to Arctic Monkeys and it's just not the sound I like. Plus I'm always going to be salty about Murray MacLeod calling me miserable.

Just because I don't like certain bands and albums doesn't mean I don't respect them and their talent. I personally just don't like them, because they're not what I listen to. In time I may grow to love them, but I'm not there currently. I don't like a lot of things but it doesn't mean they're bad, it just means I'm different and have a certain taste I like. I don't like beans but it doesn't mean they aren't loved by loads, and it's the same with bands. There are people out there that don't like things I love and that's okay, you should never hate on someone for their music taste, or what they like and what they don't no matter what it is. It's like people, there are people I like that others don't but that's personal taste.

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