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Is "taking time to love an album" the best music experience?


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You know... When an album gets realised, you hate it. Then 2/4/5/10 years later your opinion suddendly changes.

 

That album you hated becomes a new classic to you.

 

People glorifies the "i LoVeD tHat AlBuM wHen EvEryBodY hAtEd It" but there's something powerful about realising your taste changed. :rainbow:

 

It took me almost ten years to fully appreciate ARTPOP but it's wonderful cause i appreciate it on a different level now.

 

 

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I felt this way with Lemonade. It didn't click with me on first (or second or third) listen, but over the years I have come to recognize what an absolutely amazing album it is, and is now one of my all time favs.

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Yeah, I like to write small reviews about my favourite albums at the end of each year.

And I've been casually asked to write longer reviews for a local website, throughout the year.

But I don't think I would enjoy that. I need those extra months to make up my mind about the music.

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It’s true I hated positions, but now it’s one of my fav albums 

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2 hours ago, Bencharmer said:

You know... When an album gets realised, you hate it. Then 2/4/5/10 years later your opinion suddendly changes.

 

That album you hated becomes a new classic to you.

 

People glorifies the "i LoVeD tHat AlBuM wHen EvEryBodY hAtEd It" but there's something powerful about realising your taste changed. :rainbow:

 

It took me almost ten years to fully appreciate ARTPOP but it's wonderful cause i appreciate it on a different level now.

 

 

Yes I hated Lemonade until 2 yrs later

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As a Britney fan I actually didn’t like Blackout that much at the time because it wasn’t poppy enough but I later repented for my sins and it’s one of my favorites :gaycatney6:

 

Also I thought Damita Jo was a breathy whispery mess at the time and now I see it for the classique that it is. :gaynetcat4:
 

Beyonce’s 4 grew on me massively after I was initially put off by Run the World (Gorlz)

 

Sometimes classics aren’t instant because they’re groundbreaking and different, they challenge us to open our minds and ears to new things. 

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