STUDIO CITY (CBSLA) — A new poll finds that people aren’t really interested in seeking out new music when they hit the big 3-0.

Billboard reports that music streaming service Deezer conducted a poll of 1,000 users and found people reach so-called “musical paralysis” around the age of 29 years and 10 months, “roughly four years after their music discovery efforts reach their peak.”

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Deezer indicated 60 percent of those who responded actually wished to increase their music intake, but that the sheer volume of new music can be overwhelming.

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Having a job or children to take care of took priority over checking out the latest mixtape for 24 percent of respondents.

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So next time your friend plays that My Chemical Romance album on repeat, give them a break — they might be “music paralyzed.”