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Old 02-24-2014, 02:50 AM   #171 (permalink)
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Sum 41. They were the first band I EVER really listened to. Before them I thought I didn't like music...I heard a sum 41 song in some rythm game, looked it up and thought it was awesome. I saw the genre and thought it was really ''punk''.
It got me into various better pop punk bands, which got me into punk.

But looking back..they're a pretty damn bad pop punk band. Somehow I REALLY hate them now.
But there's other bands that I really dislike. Bands like Panic at the disco! Fall out boy(although I do like that song ''what a catch, donnie''), All time low, Good Charlotte, black veil brides, my chemical romance, etc/
What makes you interested in music? See, I've never liked music, and then suddenly stopped liking it. I can't think of a song right that I've ever loved, and then hated, no matter how much my tastes have evolved and expanded since. If I were to ever suddenly not like Led Zeppelin because their music is too basic, or whatever the reason is, I'd question why I was listening to the music in the first place.
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Old 02-24-2014, 03:32 AM   #172 (permalink)
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Sum 41. They were the first band I EVER really listened to. Before them I thought I didn't like music...I heard a sum 41 song in some rythm game, looked it up and thought it was awesome. I saw the genre and thought it was really ''punk''.
It got me into various better pop punk bands, which got me into punk.

But looking back..they're a pretty damn bad pop punk band. Somehow I REALLY hate them now.
But there's other bands that I really dislike. Bands like Panic at the disco! Fall out boy(although I do like that song ''what a catch, donnie''), All time low, Good Charlotte, black veil brides, my chemical romance, etc/
I also discovered Sum 41 through a game. Lego Rockband DS, and they were labelled as "punk". That game also made me believe that We The Kings were emo for at least two years.
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Old 02-24-2014, 05:15 AM   #173 (permalink)
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Sum 41 were okay. The big singles that I've heard anyway.
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Old 02-24-2014, 05:58 AM   #174 (permalink)
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What makes you interested in music? See, I've never liked music, and then suddenly stopped liking it. I can't think of a song right that I've ever loved, and then hated, no matter how much my tastes have evolved and expanded since. If I were to ever suddenly not like Led Zeppelin because their music is too basic, or whatever the reason is, I'd question why I was listening to the music in the first place.
I kind of see them as a gateway towards punk.
For a lot of others I know that gateway was either Blink 182 and greenday. I'm not fond of blink either, or newer greenday. Not that I like greenday that much anyways.
I disliked blink even back when I liked Sum 41.

I really don't like sum 41 anymore, I only have them in my music library for nostalgia of a few of the more popular songs. Some songs aren't that bad, but as albums their discography doesn't have a single one that holds up as a whole.

edit: There's another band I used to love that I hate right now, which I forgot: Bowling for Soup.
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Even if they release good music in the future (i honestly don't believe that will ever happen), i will still hate this band.
The only thing I've heard from these guys is the song I had to play on Rocksmith 2014. I hated it. xDD.

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Old 02-24-2014, 11:03 AM   #175 (permalink)
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What makes you interested in music? See, I've never liked music, and then suddenly stopped liking it. I can't think of a song right that I've ever loved, and then hated, no matter how much my tastes have evolved and expanded since. If I were to ever suddenly not like Led Zeppelin because their music is too basic, or whatever the reason is, I'd question why I was listening to the music in the first place.
Im the same way if i liked a song once i'll probably like it forever i even like some limp bizkit songs with no shame!

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Im the same way if i liked a song once i'll probably like it forever i even like some limp bizkit songs with no shame!

Not Faith or Rolling, but pollution!
Ew, limp bzkit xDDD.
I have some guilty pleasures. Not really that I'm ashamed of them, but I still think the term kinda fits them. Rage against the machine would be an example of that, although I get tired of them after about 3 songs already, but I don't care.



Worst album title ever xDD. Also a pretty disgusting one... And what are those things on the cover even supposed to be? It's creepy.
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Im the same way if i liked a song once i'll probably like it forever i even like some limp bizkit songs with no shame!

It'd be nearly impossible for me to collect, but I'd be willing to make a HUGE wager that, 20-30 years from now, there will be music (that you like now) that you'll be shaking your head wondering what you ever saw in it.

Maybe not a lot, but at least *some*
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It'd be nearly impossible for me to collect, but I'd be willing to make a HUGE wager that, 20-30 years from now, there will be music (that you like now) that you'll be shaking your head wondering what you ever saw in it.

Maybe not a lot, but at least *some*
When I listen to a fall out boy album now, I shake my head and I'm like ''WHAT WAS I THINKING?''. I wasn't really all that into them back than anyways, but I still listened to them and liked them at the time xP. it also happens when I put on Bowling for Soup.
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I used to listen to a lot of newer ska bands when I was in early high school but I cant stand a lot of them now. Stuff like Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish, The Aquabats.
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Old 02-24-2014, 11:42 AM   #180 (permalink)
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I used to listen to a lot of newer ska bands when I was in early high school but I cant stand a lot of them now. Stuff like Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish, The Aquabats.
I'm still not really sure why the aquabats are so well known....
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