ITT: albums that both plebs and patricians enjoy
>implying that patricians listen to popular music
let me put it this way - I don't hate it, but that's not to say I'd be absolutely ecstatic to hear it either
if I had to pick a soul album that would fit that description, it'd have to be Al Green's Greatest Hits. now there's a batch of undeniable songs, instead of a smooth soul snooze-fest that has only an album-vibe going for it...
>greatest hits albums aren't albums retard
>albums aren't albums
It's like an essay on an artist. The order and arrangement of the songs is very important in making a statement.
A shit Best Of will just throw them around whatever, spacing the singles evenly. A decent one will follow an artist through stages of their career and get essential examples of the quintessence of an artist so you can see a progression.
It might not be the original artist expression, but it still says something.
People like you amaze me. Did he say that it was? Did anyone in this thread say that Dark Side of the Moon is the best Pink Floyd album?
Why are you so obssessed with asserting the fact that this album isnt their best one? Are you so enraged by people saying that they like TDSOTM the best, that you start seeing ghosts?
idk if pic is completely related but seeing as how most current DG normie fans (inb4 oxymoron) are on the bandwagon, they like it because its hip and trendy but this album (1/2 album i guess) is a masterpiece. and any self-proclaimed "patrician" who says its "plebeian" has probably heard 2 minutes of it at most and is just basing the majority of his opinion on the fanbase and the memery