Baron Von Brauer: I was raised on children's pop and pop in general among other popular music, but my father played classical a lot too. But that was when I was a baby. Then, it was pop. Then I discovered rock and loved it. Bands that you might now I began to like: Linkin Park, Gorillaz. Then I discovered System Of A Down and loved it. Of course there were a lot of other bands but brazilian ones that you don't know. Then I began to discover melodic metal like Angra. I also liked some cheesy stuff like rhapsody. At that time my musical taste was a total teenage mess. I listened to everything, mariyn manson, linkin park, soad, cradle of filth, but also burzum, mayhem and other stuff. I believe I did not quite appreciate the works of the good metal bands (burzum, and others) so much, but I also believe I found something special on them, because even listening to marilyn manson, linkin park, I always tought burzum was one of the most special bands.
Now, while having no prejudice (I can still listen to bob marley, or anything, I believe the differential is on recognizing what is actually "good"), I am beggining to mature a little.
Conservationist's advice was a good one and I remembered it while listening to some music: Just listen to the music. ANUS describes the music with so detail (I don't get any of the reviews. But I read some) that I tought I should look for some hidden meaning on the soudns or something. Then I discovered: I just have to listen to it by parts. I listen to a part, then it leads to the next part, etc.