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What's amazing is how over that 15 years, pretty much every song on it has been my favorite at one time or another. Its and album you can keep re-visiting and get new perspective on a given track.
I don't know what you mean, but it had the cadence of a joke.
15 years goes fast. I'm not really into ranking everything like I used to be so I don't really have to say this is the best or that is the best, but this album is just too good for words. Liking music (or liking anything, I guess) is such a strange mix of what sounds good to you, your demo, your memories of when/where/how you got into the song/artist/album, etc. Its hard (impossible?) to separate your feelings for music that you loved in your teens/20's when you are most receptive to it and when music just meant more from a lifelong objective criticism of what makes great music, but I think (and I'm not sure about this, but I do think it) that if I heard OK Computer for the 1st time today I would still fall in love with it just as much as I did 15 years ago when I was 21 years old.....
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