So I have heard about Pitchfork's horrid review of Greta Van Fleet's latest album (1.6 out of 10) and that to most people they seem to be a band that people love or hate. I am one of the rare folks who falls in the middle that isn't blown away by them, nor do I think they are trash. But this piece below raises some good points about how some people's opinions can be swayed by others' opinions shared online via blogs, social media, etc. This not only pertains to the music industry, but just about everything, except politics. No one if going to change anyone's mind about politics on social media. So just stop trying. All that does is create more division in the country which is about the last thing we need. (Steps off soapbox) This subject of bashing things has been a common theme in the local racing world as well, which we touch on quite a bit on my Best Of Toledo Award Nominated Hammer Down Racing Report, but more on that later. Let's get back on subject. Not sure what the Pitchfork writer of this review for Greta Van Fleet has against the band, but it is abundantly clear he is not a fan. Not everyone will be a fan. Not everyone likes the same things. Life would be pretty boring if we did. So just try to be respectful in your criticism of that of which you don't like, keeping in mind that others may actually like it a lot and find you pretty unappealing.
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