Weird is a very subjective term, use it to define whatever subject you choose. To some, any form of non current mainstream music is "weird." I got a friend into Jaco (he isn't a bassist... just a music fan) and he was playing Jaco's debut where he worked and some guy in a Lynyrd Skynyrd shirt asked him to change the CD because the music was too weird. So weird is a very loose term. I'm thinking more along the lines of avante guarde stuff, experimental rock, etc. I'm not sure myself. I know I have boundaries. All the art kids around here worship Wolf Eyes. So I got a copy of Burned Mind... and I hate it. It's stupid abrasive noise. Slightly more clever than a wall of feedback. There is the whole "I'm cool if I like a band that less than 30 people like." Which is always hella punk rock... but lame. And I feel that's part of the contest to have the most obscure "bands I like" list on myspace... but we will pretend these people don't exsist. I don't like pure abrasive noise, but I like some weird stuff. Kraut rock stuff for example (Can, Faust). Even Mr. Bungle makes the average listener uneasy (especially Disco Violante). I think Frank Zappa said something like, we need to push music beyond it's boundaries to be able to evolve. Some people go too far, I like the people who aren't so far over the edge, that they loose musical appeal.