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albums are cancer in 2020 - no art.

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- Wed, 29 Jan 2020 19:07:37 EST 6mH3u5I0 No.456201
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what happened to the days where albums would have 15 - 20 tracks and not 10?

Art is dead
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Hamilton Blythelock - Thu, 30 Jan 2020 12:39:06 EST lQibiUOW No.456206 Reply
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>>456201
also albums nowadays are recorded / compressed mostly to sound "good" on smartphones or the shitty beats-headphones.
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Hamilton Dartridge - Thu, 30 Jan 2020 18:51:21 EST rihcEXUc No.456207 Reply
>>456201
Depends what music you listen to. A lot of albums I buy are 4-6 tracks and can still clear an hour easily.

I think I buy EPs on pay what you want. Usually recorded by people doing it as a hobby or working other jobs between tours to supplement their income. Creativity in the scenes I dig is the best it's been for a very long time.

Albums don't make money for the artists and haven't got a long time. So artists are either bound by the studio cycle and so produce minimum albums as often as they can for money. Or they are not part of that and they therefore release music in whatever chunks they feel. This often means EPs and singles because that's the chunk of good music they've written. Rather than churning out filler or making you wait years while they piece together work in between their lives.

Art is not dead. it's just vacated mainstream music and quite a lot of the big names in most genres that aren't chart pop as well.
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Polly Mettingnot - Wed, 05 Feb 2020 12:31:28 EST YTv4gwU2 No.456237 Reply
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more so than ever before you don't need chart success or mass appeal to be successful as an artist, people are into all sorts of shit because of the internet and the fact that almost everything is permitted if you just live your life, contrary to what neckbeards who are terrified of doing that will tell you, a lot of """normies""" are offensively weird while the people who call them normies are the ones who walk around wearing nondescript clothes, never expressing themselves, never leaving their tiny little bubble, just bitching all day on Canadian wrestling websites about how art is dead

>>456207
Time filters out the trash, there was MORE garbage back then and less of an opportunity to be exposed to alternative music, chances are wrong generation types wouldn't know about 75% of the superior bands that prove music was just better back then if they had been born when they were "popular"

we were born in the RIGHT generation
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Cedric Dobberbedge - Wed, 05 Feb 2020 13:07:04 EST rihcEXUc No.456239 Reply
>>456237
Yeah I get you.

I think the age of the internet currently means that for music, if you REALLY care it's better than ever. It's all there for us to just reach out and grab. It sucks if you just want to passively consume because the quality has declined but then people can only invest time and attention in so many things to any degree of depth and if you want to passively consume a thing you chose something else.
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Oliver Genkinlad - Wed, 05 Feb 2020 21:41:13 EST YTv4gwU2 No.456242 Reply
>>456239
I mean sure, but to a lesser extent even passive consumption is the same way, the lewronggeneration types exist because that music is STILL very popular
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William Pickridge - Fri, 07 Feb 2020 23:20:44 EST gg8K/tXn No.456251 Reply
So can CD's take that much time?
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William Pickridge - Fri, 07 Feb 2020 23:21:49 EST gg8K/tXn No.456252 Reply
>>456251
From my point of view songs are longer since the internet, does anyone agree?
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Shitting Fillyfet - Mon, 10 Feb 2020 23:31:38 EST igZgj8zC No.456259 Reply
>>456201
you're probably listening to music that isn't artful or something
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Charles Gicklebotch - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 00:10:33 EST tBglaC9u No.456263 Reply
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>>456201

what happened to the days when a full-length album was a 10-inch vinyl disc with 2-4 songs per side?

Art has been dead
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Frederick Geffingwater - Wed, 26 Feb 2020 19:54:41 EST hyJdrVHN No.456312 Reply
albums were only that long for value reasons, more focused albums are better with the filler removed
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Doris Drebbleford - Sat, 19 Sep 2020 21:40:39 EST QFleGuRl No.457141 Reply
I just checked the last two albums I downloaded and it's 19 songs and 16 so shut up.
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Nigel Surringtat - Sun, 20 Sep 2020 04:29:44 EST QgIMMOVy No.457143 Reply
>>456737
Find one hobby that boosts your IQ.
Use the same hobby on your financial acumen skillset.
Use your money to get laid for pleasure and avarice.

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