woo for hours spent debating positive rating scales and their application
I am what's wrong with this world
give some 2.5s at least
too much 5s
I don't listen to music that I don't like enough times to feel qualified to judge it in a semi-objective way. I don't think that I can honestly tell the difference between a 1 and a 2 in the same way that I can tell the difference between a 4 and a 4.5. So instead of guessing a random number and throwing it at albums below a 3, I just only rate music I like
I consider it a blessing I haven't heard many albums I outright hate.
>That one 4.5 is Tago Mago
>In 3s there is Slayer, Sex Pistols and Pink Floyd
im not sure what really happened to my curve it used to be key
distinguish your rating system more. Masterpiece and perfect album basically the same thing. "it's good" "it's okay" and "mediocre" can all mean the same thing. same thing with your descriptions for 2.0-1.0
I dont care that you have 30 ratings for whatever reason but why even post your curve
since trips, bless us with your desert island collection list
Fairly new to listening to albums. Very new to RYM. Happy with what I have so far though. Adding an album rating and seeing the bars grow is one of the highlights of my day
lol I dont actually give a shit how you rate music I'm just fucking around
I used to do half stars, but it got too confusing since my tastes/memories with albums had changed. When I got around 1,000 ratings I asked myself "how much different are my 4 stars from my 3.5 stars?", etc. So I consolidated everything and now I don't loose sleep over this anymore
Do you guys go out of your way to listen to bad albums or what?