It's Official: EVANESCENCE, LINKIN PARK Fans Have 'Bad Taste In Music'

Do you have "bad taste in music?"

An unidentified individual wearing shades and a German army helmet goes to various venues where certain musicians are playing (EVANESCENCE, LINKIN PARK, ADEMA, STAIND, etc.), and uses a megaphone to inform concert-goers that, you guessed it, they have bad taste in music.

There's a whole collection of Quicktime movies showing his handiwork, and a nice touch is the plainly fabricated statistics used to back up his claims. Did you know, for instance, that 94.5% of people under the age of 20 have no taste in music?

"Do not be alarmed, citizens; you are in the majority."

Watch the videos (Quicktime required): EVANESCENCE (video), LINKIN PARK (video), ADEMA (video), STAIND (video).

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(Thanks: One Man And His Blog)


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