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14 Things You've Done Online If You're A Confessed Music Snob

"What are the set times?"

1. Adjusted the EQ settings on your streaming app.

2. Turned on a "Private Session" when you wanted to jam to your guilty pleasures without judgment.

3. Looked up lyrics only to learn that the line you've misheard all these years is better than the real one.

4. Lurked daily on fan forums and message boards...

5. ...where you've been drawn into heated debates like which songs are deep cuts and which are filler.

6. Eagerly waited for someone to post the set list from last night's show.

7. Gotten irrationally upset when an album you loved received a less-than-perfect review.

8. Put real effort into crafting the perfect playlist, from song order to transitions.

9. Purchased a used vinyl record — sight unseen — just to complete your collection.

10. Endured YouTube comments like this one:

11. Attempted to sneak in more "challenging" music to your friends' collaborative playlists.

12. Made it through an online queue for tickets as soon as they went on sale.

13. Scoured the web for uncompressed FLAC recordings of your favorite live shows.

14. Fallen so deep into a rabbit hole of subgenres and side projects, you don't even know how you got there.

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