The concert was short.

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8 Responses to The concert was short.

  1. Steve says:

    THIS.
    It Wasn’t iTunes OR Napster.

  2. tushar says:

    art imitates life. imitates art. imitates…

    well damn.

  3. eon says:

    But not always true, of course. There’s often a hidden gem or three that only the album lovers will ever get to hear. And some are amazing throughout. And then there are those where the “hit single” is crap, but elsewhere on the album is a truly wonderful piece.

    If only we could know which albums fall in the “possess hidden gems” category… (that is, those of us who don’t search out music reviews).

    • John Jimenez says:

      “If only we could know which albums fall in the “possess hidden gems” category… (that is, those of us who don’t search out music reviews).”

      This statement made my head hurt. That’s like saying “If only there was a tool to X-Ray the human body that wasn’t an X-Ray”

      • eon says:

        Well, I was really thinking back to the days when some radio stations would actually play OTHER songs from an album besides what the record companies released as “singles.”

        By the way, the more skilled the musicians in a group, the more likely it is that an album will have “hidden gems.”

  4. Earl Chalmers says:

    This is why I wish most artists would do EP’s instead of albums. Looking back at albums 10+ years old, I find that there are rarely more than three songs stand the test of time. The rest is like, “Ughh! How did I ever like some of these tracks?!?!”

  5. The universe is signalling you “don’t listen to it”.

    For most bands I like, more than half of songs are good (as in “sometimes I set them on repeat and make guitar-playing signs ecstatically”) on most albums. Some albums have every one song hitting target.

    If, for your most beloved band, songs you like the most are the same that everyone else likes the most – means either you or that band are somewhat shallow.

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