Music Review Rating System
Anybody who knows me will know I have dynamite music collection, with an ecclectic
music history in Soul, Jazz, RnB, Disco, Golden oldies, 80s Electro, Reggae,
Calypso, Salsa (and othe Latin 'beats'), Ragga, Hip Hop, Pop, Heavy Metal, Rock
n Roll, House (an dother dance sounds), Drum n Bass and yes, even some Country
(for you uncultured youths). Ofcourse there are others but the basis here to
simply convince you I know music which is stupid because if you didn't believe
that then what would you be doing here anyway?
In short my music album review system will be yet another revolutionary method
of accountability that is based on the profound notion that there is no such
thing as a perfect album. (Not even here at BSE kids). So, instead of giving
albums reviews or ratings out of 5 or 10, my system shall review each individual
track on the album giving it up to a 1 point score. The 3 outcomes are as follows:
- meaning the track or song is of absolutely no sane
value and is not worth having recorded let alone selling.
2. A Half Point
- meaning the track is worth having but certainly
not a 'chart hit' or 'Single'.
3. One Point
- This means the track or song is every thing you
would want from a song of it' s nature and definitely a classic for the collection.
(Or a 'greatest hit' number for some artists fast approaching retirement).
On this basis, the overall score of an album will no doubt be effected by
how many tracks or songs are actually on the album but counting the scores
of all of them will give you the album rating or score. Ofcourse one could
always come up with an average by dividing the score by the number of tracks
on the album but I can' t be bother. As far as I' m concerned as long as an
album has more than 6 tracks with one point scores then it's worth buying
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