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>I'm pretty sure the majority of /mu/ doesn't care at all about music. What they want is feels brought about through lyrics. If there isn't something about being heartbroken and alone filtered through some pseudo-poetic quasi-metaphorical tone, /mu/ passes it over as being shit, wankery, plebish, and a waste of time.
>And yes, I am a fan of The Mars Volta. I'm not butthurt that people here don't like them, I've just come to understand why so much of my taste in music differs so completely with most of /mu/ and it seems to be strongly based in the above reasoning.
>As for being happy that a band you don't like/listen to is breaking up... seems kinda funny that you care enough about them when you don't listen to them. I mean was it so laborious to ignore a band? As for the guy that brought up 'what if Brokencyde stopped making music' I'd probably not know about it for a long time and it wouldn't really change anything when I found out. Because I'm not a pissant.
>So I guess my point is, have fun with your schadenfreude or whatever pleasure it is you derive from the dissolution of a band you don't listen to, but realize that you're a tool. And not because you don't like a band that I like, but because you're so obviously bothered by things you apparently don't like that the non-existence of such things makes you happy.
>pic related, It's me and Omar