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    Default Dear Woebot

    What would be your 200th-101st best records of all time?

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    I want to see your top 50 or 100 corpse. Same goes for Luka, crowley, droid... all you lot.

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    That's not as interesting to me, because I've heard them all lol

    But anyone else's obviously is.

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    It would be difficult for me because my listening has changed a bit over the last few years. I think nostalgia can be pernicious so I mostly steer clear of my 'favourite' records now.

    It's partly a reaction to my peers replaying the same 100 records on an eternal loop unable to assimilate any new experience. It's a middle age thing. Quite gross.

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    luka makes a valid point. maybe i'm overthinking it but i also have no sense of how one would distinguish the difference between, say, fav album #37 and #38. and is album #25 supposed to be twice as good as album #50? plus, so many great, important musical milestones aren't albums.

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    But it's also a product of contemporary abundance vs the scarcity of teenage years when taste gets fixed.

    The difference between a small cassette collection/the ritualised repetition of radio and today's bottomless wells of online sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo View Post
    luka makes a valid point. maybe i'm overthinking it but i also have no sense of how one would distinguish the difference between, say, fav album #37 and #38. and is album #25 supposed to be twice as good as album #50? plus, so many great, important musical milestones aren't albums.
    they don't have to be in order sweetness

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    It would be difficult for me because my listening has changed a bit over the last few years. I think nostalgia can be pernicious so I mostly steer clear of my 'favourite' records now.
    how about you post a list of albums you steer clear of then.

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