Well, crap. Drummer just quit. Cover band, mostly for fun. Guitarist/singer is into '80s indie/power pop/roots (Replacements, Elvis Costello, Husker Du, Uncle Tupelo, etc.) and drummer is more in tune with '90s radio-friendly "alternative" stuff. Turns out I was the glue holding them together, I guess, but it didn't hold too long. They each kept requesting tunes that the other guy wasn't too crazy about. No hard feelings or anything, I just think that his taste and what he wants to play weren't aligning with ours so well. So.....I guess the question is: as we try to go forward and find another drummer, do we take the approach of "this is what we play - can you do that?" as opposed to a more democratic approach (like we tried to do with this drummer)? Any opinions? I'm a flexible guy, but this is a for-fun-and-occasional-gig thing, so if it's not the kind of music I (we) are into, it's not worth it.