05:01 - deadone I buy 8s (generally essential). I buy 7s if they have the odd great song or offer a specific experience (non-essential). I don't buy 6s. A 7 can have repeat value (it is good after all)
04:57 - deadone What certain albums? See an 8 to me means I enjoy it a lot but it doesn't get mu blood pumping. 7s are generally "ok to listen to and enjoy to some level but no spiritual connection." 6s are "innoffensive background music."
04:57 - Fearmeister Yea, and 10s are bloody soul catching. 9s are stuff that you go out and buy anyway. 8s are good stuff that you don't want to get to buying and 7s are stuff that you enjoyed but not enough for repeated listens
04:55 - deadone No they;re not. 8.0s are definitely Very Good but they don't catch my soul like the 9s. Arguably some of the 7s are overscored - decent for one-off listens but no repeat value.
04:55 - Fearmeister I mean, even looking at your comments on certain albums reflects this. The stuff you say about an '8' is easily transplanted to everyone else's '9's, same goes with your '7's and '9's. Gets fuzzy when you get t
04:49 - Fearmeister And the fact that you refuse to give 10s simply means that all your votes are underscored. Your 9s are 10s, your 8s are 9s, etc etc.
04:44 - deadone No it's accurate. In MS standards, 9 is excellent and 8 is very good. 10 is perfect. Thus a 9 is fine for those albums I love and think are "excellent" (and I've got 127 of them).