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And I did it to feel like the smartest in the room. I’m well aware a lot of people held DOOMs fanbase to that stereotypical standard of Bernie Sanders KING. DOOM had a different effect on me though. I can’t say I loved it from the start but I was enticed, it was music that I couldn’t quite vibe to but I couldn’t shake the feeling of curiosity either. Not to be corny but DOOMs music was the first I ever heard that truly challenged me. Before him it was an automatic labeling system of “like” or “do not like.” I started giving him a shot during a real tumultuous time in my life where I needed to focus on something before mentally falling off the deep end. He gave me something to do.