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I was wrong

Let's all be honest, how many of you have had a total change of opinion about an artist? It honestly happens to me a lot, and in fact some of my favourite groups I started out not liking. So here are some examples of that.
Catch For Us the Foxes

Holy shit my eyes were opened to this band. For the longest time I never considered them "bad" but nothing about their music stood out to me, until about a week ago. For whatever reason I decided to give mewithoutYou anther listen. And god damn. I've really only been jamming Catch For Us the Foxes though.
2The Blood Brothers

The vocals threw me off for the longest time, but eventually I just learned to accept that and found a band with a lot of energy not unlike an ADD-afflicted child who tried a Red Bull for the first time. Art.
No Heroes

The vocals [2].
4The National

I thought they were a bit boring at first, but I started to focus on the instrumentation (especially the drumming) and everything just fell into place with me.
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