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I got 69 guys ^_^ omg!
is that good?
I must admit I didn't understand a lot of the ore modern questions
Should probably be banned
I'm not a total cunt.
ahhhh, you're all wankers/I hate music
I'd say I am a music snob but got off lightly due to some (maybe most) of the questions being shit.
And you're into the obscure stuff it probably hasn't even heard of?
Disappointed with myself for completing that.
Although I cringed quite a lot at having to tick at least 20 of those.
largely the fact that i don't give a fuck about bitrates or FLAC that stopped me getting higher
and now... some prefaced answers: How could I possibly not know who Warren Ellis is? (joking of course) but seriously, I totally never INSISTED a rmx was better than the original version even though I totally felt in my gut that is was. Let's just say I have the ability to allow myself appreciate greatly decent reinterpretations and have often pondered why it is (excluding parody, sequel and prequel) that filmmakers seem to be unable to reinterpret films as well as musicians are obviously able to reinterpret music? Well yes, as a matter of fact, I was a DJ but I always remembered what a privilege and an honor that position was- pinched myself every payday and never abused my awesome power or status. That said, I am a huge music fan- I'm just not a complete douchebag about it. Often, I will not play music that I suspect will annoy others and I always TRY not to be obviously annoyed when listening to other people's musical selections even though I may be sick in my soul over it or want to groan about it. I have never been reluctant to share my passion for music. I never let myself be disappointed or react damningly when others loathe something I regale and I am always elated to be turned onto a new musical passion no matter who or where the source for that enlightenment might be or originate. In review: In my opinion, there are only about 30 questions on this that would tend to cast one into a damning light had one answered affirmatively therefore one could've easily scored into the high 60's without being thought to be deeply disturbed over one's music appreciation. In closing, let us not forget the root word from word which word "fan" is derived. So technically, is there not at least a modicum of negative shading to be cast upon one's character at being even mildly fanatical about music?