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DK wrote:Intro tracks are very important... They set the mood for an album and can subconsciously (or, in some cases, consciously) change how you view the rest of the album.
AZ always has great intro tracks, which draws me further into the album every time I listen to him.
DK wrote:Streetlights is a beautiful, beautiful song.
smoovethug wrote:DK wrote:Streetlights is a beautiful, beautiful song.
I feel the same about Coldest Winter.
Gearing up for the album, after hearing Love Lockdown, I was about 75% sure I'd despise the album. I'm not a fan of a auto-tune when used in large doses but this album has officially grown on me. Heartless, Coldest Winter, Say You Will, Amazing, Welcome To Heartbreak, and See You In My Nightmares all stand out to me. There really isn't a track that I can say I'll skip or completely take off the playlist (a la Drunk and Hot Girls ). Not a classic by any means but something that I can listen to and enjoy.
DbacksRback wrote:Going by what DK said i tried streetlights and i love it. Its not a typical kanye song but it really grew on me so did heartless and Amazing. The more I give it a chance the more i like it
jfg wrote:Intros and skits are the worst and I see no purpose for them.
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