You don't like having music stuck in your head, crow? I love the idea of a sonic pattern being so reactive that it leaves a totally neurological imprint. It's one of those weird things like remembering how something tastes, or smells, or reacts when touched. I think it's fantastic and I wouldn't be able to write any music if it didn't leave such a strong imprint in my brain, so I could "hear" it as many times as I want and make adjustments as I become more familiar with the flow of sound. It's a gift, really!
Anyway, I evidently have this whole "musical growth" thing backward. I could talk to people about pop music until I got to be an older teenager, then I found grindcore and everything went to pot. Now I talk to people about music but it is more like trying to get them to understand why such and such type of music has value, death metal is not just random noise, etc. Rather than plainly comparing our preferences and recommending music to each other.