Anonymous asked:

LMAO!!!! What utter bullcrap. There is a difference in good music and bad music no matter what you try to say. You can't compare Selena Gomez and Whitney Houston and say there is no greater music because there is. The same way you can't compare This is War with LLF+D. Of course opinions differ but lets be honest here and leave the crap at home.

What a person finds good differs, people who like selena Gomez might want to argue with you that she isn’t all that bad . But of course you can’t compare two different musicians.

Anonymous asked:

The old days were pretty amazing and the band was more into the fans because the fans weren't like they are today, it was not really 16 year old girls screaming for Jared to take his shirt off, it was like raw energy, people dancing and having absolute fun and losing everything in the music. The music is still good in my opinion they said they wouldn't make the same sound twice and I like that. The band hasn't changed that much but the people around them (mainly the fans) have. And that is sad.

Anonymous asked:

Music it's not something absolute so every people feels it in different ways. I hate to hear someone saying music x is better that music y because what it's good for a person may not be to another one. I speak for myself when I say there are days I prefer the hard sound of the 1st album and others I'd rather listen to the musicality of the last one. I started to listen to Mars in 2008 and just after months of listening to their music I found out who their members were.I had no clue who Jared was

Anonymous asked:

Every person has different opinions based on their experiences with the band. You say they were nicer and more genuine and accessible in the old days, however you can find people claiming you had bigger chances of finding an asshole Jared in old days than now. You've people claiming that nowadays Tomo is more arrogant than the Tomo from 5 years ago. And people saying exactly the opposite. I had nothing but nice things to say about them and I've never spent anything on Meets.

Anonymous asked:

I don't care what New School Echelon say. Old times rocked. The music was so energetic, so rock and roll... The interaction was spontaneous and the band except Jared were so accessible after shows. Like it was natural to just turn around and see Shannon running towards fans and talking like normal people. And most of the girls actually liked the music and had something musical or rock and roll to say other than 'I want Satan' or 'Shannon is hot'. Then again, nothing can last forever can it? sigh

Times change, sometimes it’s get better, sometimes it doesn’t.

Anonymous asked:

Did a M&G 3 weeks ago. When I got up to the table I told Shan it was "nice to meet you guys" and he smiled and said sincerely "it's nice to meet you too!" I was squished between the Leto bros for the pic and afterwards I still had my arm around J's back and his on my shoulder and I looked up and said "thank you." He looked me RIGHT in the eyes with those baby blues and said "thanks" very sweetly. It was like he was thanking me for being there, for being a fan. It was lovely, I'll never forget it

Anonymous asked:

I became a fan of Thirty Seconds to Mars because of the music. I had no clue that Jared was an actor, I never watched that TV show and I think the first movie I watched that he was in was 'Requim for a dream' and that was in 2009, 7 years after I started listening to the music. I love the evolution that they have gone through, every album speaks to a different part of me and a different phase of my life. The band is passionate in what they do and that's why I love them, not because Jared is hot.