DO YOU HAVE A DIFFERENCE, IN YOUR MIND, BETWEEN WHAT YOU LIKE AND WHAT IS GOOD? I've never really considered that. I think what I like is good, but I'd never presume to tell anybody that. I think anybody, if you asked them, "Do you have good taste in music?," they would say yes. People like what they like, and whether it's "Call Me Maybe" or whatever, just because a critic likes it doesn't mean it's better. That's a tough question.

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