Is it normal that i still hate pink floyd?

I hated Pink Floyd when I was 10 ( I still hate it even now as a grown up dude.), it does not sound like real music to me but all of those people who like it just attack me for no reason just because I stated an opinion and they tell me that I should "learn what real music is", my response was like " Who are you to tell me that? ", telling me that they are a so called " Legend " there's nothing legendary about them. I am not a troll, I just came here to ask this once and for all.

Another reason why I hate it is because it isn't my thing and its a no go.

Is It Normal?
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  • enough about what youre against senator tell us what youre for

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  • Homophobia is gay.

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    • Homophobia schmomophobia... So-called "homophobes" aren't scared of men fucking. They're just selfish fuckwits.

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      • I agree that they're fuckwits, but there's been some credible research suggesting that quite a few guys who hate gay men are more sexually interested in other men than those guys who don't care what gay guys get up to.

        In other words, what they're really afraid of is their own suppressed feelings about other men.

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      • Male homophobes are scared that gay men will treat them the way they treat women.

        Female homophobes are just dense.

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  • I LOVE Pink Floyd! I support your right to not like Pink Floyd's music, just don't waste my time, and your energy trying to tell me why I should agree with you, and we'll get along just fine.

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  • “It does not sound like real music”

    This is such a stupid comment that I can’t even comment on its stupidity beyond simply calling it stupid.

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  • I might be criticised but I will take a step back and I will start over, what I'm really trying to say is it is normal to hate a certain band.

    I'm sorry that I said Pink Floyd is gay. I apologise I really really do.

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  • Well what is good music? Apart from technicality, it's something that you experience and walk away from feeling something. I don't generally listen to rock/metal types of music but Pink Floyd definitely has that quality where you get drawn in and start feeling it.

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  • It's fine not to like it, but to say it doesn't sound like real music is a bit hypocritical. Music is music, everyone has different tastes.

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    • OK maybe I've went a bit too far.

      And FUCK! I can't even edit the post no more.

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  • I’m a pretty hardcore Pink Floyd fan.

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  • Take solace in 'The Beatles' at least.

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  • It's normal to not like a particular band or type of music, regardless of how popular it is.

    There are a few very popular (or once very popular) bands and artists that aren't my cup of tea, either, but most people enjoy them.

    A lot of people just don't like hearing others say they hate or dislike a band they greatly appreciate. It isn't at all uncommon for them to say something along the lines of "You don't know what real/good music is". In reality, it's all subjective.

    But, to be honest, I don't think it does anyone any good to get fired up over another person's taste in music, or to make unnecessary comments about it. If asked about a particular band I don't care for, I simply say "Eh, it's not my taste" and leave it at that, rather than saying it's not real music or anything that will obviously come off as inflammatory or disrespectful. If you would like for others to respect your opinion, it's best to be respectful towards theirs as well.

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  • I don't like them either. 70s and 80s rock is generally terrible.

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  • I'm of the generation that was young when Pink Floyd was very popular. I was never a huge fan, but I like some of their music.

    I've always thought that the Floyd can only be properly appreciated if listened to in a darkened room when you've got a righteous buzz on after a few good hits of sensimilla.

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