Perception, whether through vision or any other sense, is an acquired taste
Rare are those people unable to feel the brief, sudden vertigo of that very moment when what one sees is suddenly reconfigured by one's mind into something wholly different: Sandback's art needs no explanation, it is not an acquired taste
Janacek can be an acquired taste
and some will find this more than a little challenging but the dramatic power and sheer passion makes the effort worthwhile.
Part of the explanation lies in his gritty and sometimes strangled-sounding voice, which is something of an acquired taste
, one best acquired by listening repeatedly to his instrumentally spare and emotionally ri ch Bring the Family (A&M 75021-5158-2 ).
While Chaminade's works may, for some, be an acquired taste
, there is plenty of historical and musical value in them.
Winning is a learned experience and an acquired taste
It's safe to say that traditional lambic--real lambic, if you will--is an acquired taste
It seems that Cronenberg, even in a playful-mood, is still an acquired taste
There's a key to every picture, and then there's a copy of the picture, not a blatant forgery but something more subtle and sinister, so that we can only describe it by becoming it, like the shadow that walks alongside us, nameless, an acquired taste
His aesthetic is an acquired taste
, yet it is brilliant.
The growth has not been as robust as the white spirits market, due largely to the fact that dark spirits tend to be an acquired taste
Both are dark, intense and an acquired taste
that won't suit everyone.
But Jeeves and Wooster is an acquired taste
- a bit like Marmite one might say, and one that didn't sit well with me.
This year's second album, Arc, took the electronic pop quartet (a five–piece on stage) up a level and into the top five, but they still seem to be an acquired taste
He was handed a plate of mealworms to try, but it seems that not only were they an acquired taste
, but they positively stank and had a distinctive after taste.