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Old 01-08-2019, 12:37 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Shoulda chosen Bowie tbh. Floyd might bore you or whatever but their albums are well-constructed.
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I like Bowie songs. I do not like Floyd songs almost entirely.
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Old 01-08-2019, 12:40 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I like Bowie songs. I do not like Floyd songs almost entirely.
Bit of a case in point right there.
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It definitely exists and is pervasive within the discographies of even good bands. Not every song's a winner. It's true though that the label gets occasionally misapplied to songs someone just doesn't like.
There are several artists with expansive discographies where I like almost every single track they've made, so I wouldn't use the word "pervasive". But it depends on the artist, of course.
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Bit of a case in point right there.
Flirting with butthurt, bruh.
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There are several artists with expansive discographies where I like almost every single track they've made, so I wouldn't use the word "pervasive".
Yeah but you have no standards.
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"Song" is not a dirty word, or am I just from another planet, musically speaking? 99% of the music I love the most could be described as "songs".

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Yeah but you have no standards.
I prefer to consider everyone else narrow minded bores that won't give anything a second chance.
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"Song" is not a dirty word, or am I just from another planet, musically speaking? 99% of the music I love the most could be described as "songs".
My point was that saying that you like Bowie's songs as opposed to his albums is a testament to the fact that his albums are so overloaded with filler.
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My point was that saying that you like Bowie's songs as opposed to his albums is a testament to the fact that his albums are so overloaded with filler.
Ok then.

I'm not into Bowie enough to have much of on opinion on that. Though I did listen to all of his albums last year.
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My point was that saying that you like Bowie's songs as opposed to his albums is a testament to the fact that his albums are so overloaded with filler.
That's an interesting point. On the flipside I think Floyd albums are more memorable for being, well, albums because of how they're assembled. They're AOR in the most absolute technical sense of the term.
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