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  1. It's a bit annoying, but when people find out I'm a huge Muse fan, they always respond with either: 1, "I love 'Supermassive Black Hole/'Knights of Cydonia!''" 2. "I've never heard of them." 3."Yeah, I love The Muse! (yes, THE Muse! This one's especially irritating, because they obviously don't love Muse that much, since they can't even get the band's name right. This comment is also usually followed by response #1)." It's probabaly because I live in the US, but I was wondering if anyone else gets similar responses? What do you hear most often? I'm not saying EVERYONE has to be a Muse fan, but (regarding response #3) I hate when people say they LOVE any band when they've only heard one/two of their songs. That just means they like the SONG (it's kind of like saying you LOVE sushi when the only thing you've tried is a California Roll, which is annoying too). Maybe it's just me, but I'm usually not quick to claim that I'm a fan of a band until I become more familiar with their discography. I don't think you can make a good judgment of a band's music by just listening to one or two songs, especially when it's a band who has produced several albums already. I wonder if anyone deals with this too and/or feels the same way.
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