#1
I'm kind of guy who likes to listen to complete cds rather then single songs. When i rip the music to the computer, it can be in alphabetical order. I like to re organize it because i think the artist put it in a certain order for a reason. I feel the order of the tracks can really change the way the cd feels. Is anyone else with me on this?
#3
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#5
After starting to listen every song of some Cds... i have discovered some interesting songs, I usually get tired after 6 songs but Blood Mountain deserved to be listened from A to Z
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#6
Well, yes...

... unless it's AC/DC.
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#7
I think just about everyone who doesn't listen to the radio (probably 95% of UG), and 99% of musicians period agree.
#8
Quote by Kensai
Well, yes...

... unless it's AC/DC.


With AC/DC which album you're listening to doesn't even affect anything, let alone the order of the songs on it.
#9
yeah man, the L-Dmax changes with each track, if your LD-1 is in the array position of a Delta(DD!) LD-2+max then the distortion of the sub-modular goes out of wack
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#10
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With AC/DC which album you're listening to doesn't even affect anything, let alone the order of the songs on it.


well all of their songs are just G, A, and D in different orders.
#11
The order of the tracks can take you on a journey, man... Assuming you aren't listening to a playlist of two singles and filler, of course.

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#13
depends on the music.

a lot of bands these days are just "singles" bands, making a couple pre-designed hit songs and the rest of the album can be considered filler.

the more cohesive the album, the better the album is IMO
#15
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With AC/DC which album you're listening to doesn't even affect anything, let alone the order of the songs on it.

You can play any AC/DC song in any order and it will sound the same.
#16
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i didnt expect to have this much...well..certainty




I listen to Pink Floyd, so yes, the order of tracks matters.
#17
I definitely agree with you on this matter. When you switch the songs up, i can completely destroy the musician's original reason for ordering it that way. Ask anyone, it definitely changes it.
#21
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well all of their songs are just G, A, and D in different orders.


WTF you stole this from what I posted on that AC/DC book thing!
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#22
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well all of their songs are just G, A, and D in different orders.

Woooaaaahh there, I think you're missing E!
#23
Quote by Kensai
Well, yes...

... unless it's AC/DC.

I firmly believe that Back in Black and Highway to Hell were made to be listened to in the order they were put.

Too many AC/DC naysayers round these parts.
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#24
Yes, I think that the order of songs definitely matters. There are so many songs on albums that directly correlate with the previous and upcoming songs.
#25
It depends on the album, and whether or not the artist really put much effort in creating a flow of emotion between the songs, rather than simply within them. One's not better than the other, but both styles exist.
#26
I can't stand listening to an album out of order. I also hate when mp3 players put a 3 second delay between tracks. If there was meant to be a delay the artist would have put one there DAMMIT!
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#29
If the record is a concept album then the order does make a significant difference. If the songs on a record are not related to each other at all and have nothing connecting the end of once song to another then order isn't to big of a deal (IMO).
#30
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yeah man, the L-Dmax changes with each track, if your LD-1 is in the array position of a Delta(DD!) LD-2+max then the distortion of the sub-modular goes out of wack

this obviously
#31
yeah. however, frank black put out his first record with the catholics in alphabetical order just to prove that each track has to stand out on its own. and it's a fantastic album to listen to front to back.
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