I came here to say that I love Love, but now I'm feeling this tiny, diapered, rat trying to gnaw it's way out of my skull. I hear him laughing and masturbating - shooting off into my sad, bruised brain.
Not very bright, are you? Poor kid. Buffalo Springfield was a good and influential band, but not on Love. If you bothered to read up on subjects before making shitty little inflammatory flippant remarks regarding things about which you're clueless, you'd know that Love had recorded two albums (their self-titled debut and Da Capo) before Buffalo Springfield had released their first LP. They recorded Forever Changes, the album most hold in highest regard of their work, before Buffalo Springfield had released their second record. So when exactly was this "copyist" behavior going on, exactly? The Byrds were a far bigger influence on Love's early sound -- having, you know, actually been around at the time -- than Buffalo Springfield.