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For me, probably the My Bloody Valentine's last one. Great, but far from somehting i can wanting to listen to.
One of my all time top albums, best live album ever....at this point in my life I am not sure I ever need to hear it again, or will ever have the chance to. But at least I will remember that I was there, have the album as a memento, have the memory of all the tiems I played it stored in my brain cells and can pass it down to my son for him to.......probably chuck out in disgust.
Ridiculous suggestion. Everyone out.
then I realised I might have an answer to this one. see above.
in some way, still keep the memory of why you liked it so much, yet don't feel like that person again so don't really connect to the music like you did anymore. You don't have to love something forever to enjoy it. Tough question though I'm trying to think of one and I'm coming up short so far.
Listened the fuck out of it when I was younger, all the lyrics and songs are still in my head, so have had no real desire to listen to it again.
That doesn't make sense.
but I loved the Stone Roses S/T, but I will never see that black Dolby C90 tape again which I listened to to death.
i meant never listen to again
also Seafood's When Do We Start Fighting manages to bring back bullshit break-up feelings from like 10 years ago
records that you used to love but will never sit down and actually listen to properly again? I don't think anything really comes in that category for me, I still have a lot of nostalgic charm even for some absolute shite I used to listen to like Def Leppard records. I regularly sit and listen to all of things like Definitely Maybe and The Holy Bible even though my love for those bands has waned to virtually zero.