I listen to albums, not just singles.

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Líder: samL_33
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Creado el: 14 Jun 2008
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pretty self-explanatory...

- Are you tired of your friends raving about the newest Grizzly Bear, Muse or Arctic Monkeys' single,
only to question them further and find they only know 3 of the band's songs?

- Do you listen to music seldom played on your local radio stations?

- Do you just like joining random last.fm groups?

Then this group is for you!

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  • Az_Agnes

    Join my Play Day group for The Beatles if you like them. :) http://www.last.fm/group/The+Beatles+Play+Day

    11 Ago 2015 Responder
  • ThatGuyRaphael

    I listen to whole eras not just the standard tracks

    5 Jun 2015 Responder
  • theGirlisIdle

    I can only decide whether or not an artist is worthy of my time by listening to almost all their albums. If I like most of 'em, that decides the artist is worthy to me. A good album is mark of genius. Not everyone can produce something consistent, yet a variety without compromising the integrity of the thematic relationship the songs share.

    24 Nov 2014 Responder
  • theGirlisIdle

    Compiling songs into one album is also a creative process yet overlooked. It is, perhaps, the uttermost important part of production for an artist: to create the perfect album. An album doesn't only have to be a compilation of songs - the songs included therein must complete a visualized concept by the artist. An album is akin to a book. It has a thematic relationship between the songs.

    17 Nov 2014 Responder
  • garynotrashcoug

    Albums.... I listen to entire discographies at a time.

    16 Nov 2014 Responder
  • AsepticVoid

    Aseptic Void - Carnal https://asepticvoid.bandcamp.com/album/carnal #darkambient #isolationism #soundscape #asepticvoid

    22 Sep 2014 Responder
  • StankDank

    I have no idea what the people below me are talking about... [2]

    29 Ene 2014 Responder
  • Storchel

    You're all pieces of shit. [2] Sorry, couldn't resist

    14 Nov 2013 Responder
  • zen1aserman

    I love Time Life albums. Dozens of artists on every CD. I have every year's hits from 1950 to 1990. That said, I'm not joining this group :D

    10 Jul 2013 Responder
  • TheSoothSayer

    for me its a mixed thing, sometimes I only listen to albums, sometimes only singles, or single songs. [4] Working out, skiiing, or driving to work? Singles. On a plane, at home, or whenever I get a chance at work? Full albums.

    14 Mar 2013 Responder
  • HarrisOnAcoustc

    “Memories is the BEST song I've heard from an artist on Reverb Nation, your songs are "moreish", I want to hear more! ”—Brytle/Mike Zimmerman, Artist *Listen: http://www.reverbnation.com/HarrisOnAcoustic

    1 Nov 2012 Responder
  • TabGetTabbled

    >Are you tired of your friends raving about the newest Grizzly Bear, Muse or Arctic Monkeys' single, only to question them further and find they only know 3 of the band's songs? >Top Artists I'm die.

    10 Oct 2012 Responder
  • trashcity_

    You're all pieces of shit.

    12 Jul 2012 Responder
  • touchofechoes

    An album to me is like a coherent work of art, and I have to listen to it in it's entirety to get the whole feel of it.

    25 Jun 2012 Responder
  • jamesftm

    In an album, I see the tracks like the chapters of a book.

    5 Jun 2012 Responder
  • DeadKinks

    It's been almost 50 years now that almost every recorded musician has bigger and bolder works called albums, and aside from concerts they are the artistic focus of pretty much everyone. Singles remain only as introductions to the artist's music (almost advertisements) and celebrative reasons. Nowadays you have tons of compilations and can pick songs at random, and that can be fun sometimes, you can rearrange intersting selections by theme, compare stuff, etc. But even that is pointless if you're not familar with a fair number of albums first. And if you really like the band, why the hell would you want to remain on the surface of their work? I don't get it.

    10 Abr 2012 Responder
  • DaJuWi

    for me its a mixed thing, sometimes I only listen to albums, sometimes only singles, or single songs. [3]

    14 Ene 2012 Responder
  • KuriousBanana

    Kick out the trolls!

    30 Oct 2011 Responder
  • ewelin_g

    In my city people are "fan" of Arctic Monkeys and only know Teddy Picker -.-

    15 Ago 2011 Responder
  • StankDank

    I have no idea what the people below me are talking about...

    28 Jul 2011 Responder
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