Yes. I often wonder if when it is said here that cannabis can improve on bad music as if it were something bad, is it really? If you appreciated that music you had an experience, and you were responsible for it. There's no such thing as turning bad music into good music: You probably wouldn't like to hear disharmonic sounds when stoned.
Leaving the cannabis aside, I was only using it to make a point: of course it is useful to categorize music in styles and quality, superior and inferior, but as long as human experience of music (the goal of music) goes, a scientific mind cannot dissociate from the greater whole, that is causality, emotional factors, texture, possible associations that may be personal (from some fetish, texture or spoken piece in a song it means something to you and you only, not to the majority of people that will listen), a desired ambiānce, hypnotizing or trance-inducing rythm, a striking singing performance, and many, many more factors.
Thus it can be talked what is superior and inferior, but for me, this is different from what is enjoyable or not.
Does electronic music that sounds boring while alone suddenly become cool at a party or nightclub? That music has a purpose, to blend in with the action and environment?