Will LIVING THINGS still be GREAT after million times of listening?

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    Brandon

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    It was only just officially released about a week ago. Might wanna give it more time before we ask this question, everyone is incredibly biased at the moment.
     
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    Moridin

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    Considering I'm already bored of it...
     
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    kazekyou

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    Some people are reportedly already bored of it. Given more time, their CDs will have created dust-bunnies!

    How is bias a problem when the point of this thread is based off the (biased) opinion of the album after "a million" listens? o_O
     
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    Brandon

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    Because if you're still on that new music high, you won't be able to objectively think about how you might feel in the future when that high wears off.
     
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    kazekyou

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    Fair enough. However, "objective" and "feelings"/"opinions" still don't mix even with a million listens; your boredom/love is still a subjective thing. :p

    If we're talking ojectively, we'd be commenting about mixing quality and other technical aspects of the album.
     
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    :lol: Best. Response. Ever.
     

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