Way back in the early eighties there came unto the UK charts a band. A band with one of the most annoying lead singers ever! Their songs were horrid, and the singer was miserable and whiney. A more depressing band you couldn't hope to find. They were called The Smiths and the singer was called Morrisey. I hated them with an almost religious passion, and I was ecstatic when they split up in 1987. Then something weird happened. In 1988 Morrisey released a solo single called Everyday Is Like Sunday and, despite my feelings about him, I found I actually Liked the song. It's very catchy (I think filming the video in my home town may of helped endear it to me!). Dammit, I was conflicted! It would've been OK if it had been just that song, I could've coped! But, dammit, if he didn't go and do it again some years later with another great song, called First Of The Gang To Die. Morrissey-First Of The Gang To Die I still can't stand the guy, but I have to admit, despite myself, I really like these two songs! The same goes for the irritating pop brat Justin Bieber. Can't stand him either. Every time I see him, I just wanna punch him! But! I really love his song Love Yourself, It's a great tune! There are a few other times this has happened. I never liked these Artists, but I love the songs: Divine Comedy - The Pop Singer's Fear Of The Pollen Count Terrorvision - Tequila Robin Thicke - Blurred Lines Lady Ga Ga - Born This Way & Telephone (With Beyonce) So, has anyone else been conflicted by their hatred of an Artist with their love of one of their songs?