Music snobbery means that anything other than something by the most obscure of artists can result in one’s choice of new music being subjected to condescending comments — even downright criticism if it’s seen as especially dubious.
Utterly disdainful looks from the disc itself, however, arguably takes things to a new and rather disturbing level.
Wow! That sounds depressingly exasperating!
Yes, it’s almost akin to an iPod switching to speaker when a song you are slightly embarrassed to like starts playing….
Hahaha, nice moment!
Yes, if totally obscure, no one can criticise,
but if the music gives the artist a headache,
what will it do for the listener?
She seems a big music fan :o)
Yes, she does. It always surprises me how many records are still sold in Japan. These CDs were on sale, but there can’t be many places left were large record shops (even Tower) actually still exist.
Yes Lee, I’m sure you must really hate music snobs!
Haha, you think so?!
Marc T says
Now I know how others must feel when they hear me listening to Cocco!
I’m pretty sure she’s not well known enough to garner any particularly negative reaction.