To me, it doesn't matter how many tracks an album has as long as the songs are easy to listen and flow through well.
The number of tracks on an album really don't determine the quality (The ArchAndroid has 18 tracks and it's a critically acclaimed album). Really, if an artist is going to have an album for me to listen with 15+ tracks, there better not be fillers.
I don't care at all. Any length is fine as long as the music is good.
Quante ne vorrei fare ma poi rimango fermo
Guardo la vita in foto e giŗ Ť arrivato un altro inverno
Non cambio mai su questo mai, distruggo tutto sempre
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EPs are the best. There's no filler on them & I wish more people did this. It makes albums like TFM seem so good to people because there's not filler. The less tracks, the more quality there has to be to make it measure up.