I'm such a music obsessive that I would be sad, but I actually don't have a single favorite band because I listen to so much stuff. A few favorites have stopped making music and I'm fine. If the music was gone I would maybe recreate for my own amusement and to have the music preserved since I remember these things in my head. I do have a ton of instruments and production gear and a lot of musical friends so it is possible.
WWYDI you saw a ghost walk past to the left of you?
I would be amazed, but not afraid. I would try to get him/her on tape, ask a few questions (trying to be careful about it as he/she might not know they are dead), and try to learn as much as I can. After all, I'm one of those oddballs that believes in the possibility. We are all creatures of energy. Of electricity. Of neurons fireing in an intracate dance that makes us who we are. Isn't it possible that when we die - and conditions are right - that some of the energy remains leaving behind an echo of the person? Like static in the wind. And they are tied to one place or thing because that's where the greatest amount of energy was left pre-mortum? It would explain reports of ghosts only being able to grasp to one cocept, having trouble making sense, being forgetful, unable to communicate, illogical, or having a strong sense of ownership. They are simply echos of what the subject was thinking/doing before death that were able to sustain themselves outside a human body and in some cases project themselves in a humanoid form. That's my theory anyway :)
WWYDI the world was going to end in 3 weeks like in the movie "Looking for a Friend for the End of the World"?