Danither61 karma2018-08-06 13:56:13 UTC
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Danither5 karma2018-12-03 17:28:10 UTC
I've gradually seen Coldplay move from Britpop to Pop, away from the accoustic guitar toward synthesizer to grossly simplify.
Though I like it I feel that it's become more commercialised myself, is this due to the band's tastes or is it genuinely just catering towards what sells? In their position I'd make what everyone wants rather than what I want given the old 'everybody hates Coldplay meme', that really only exist because no-one truly dislikes their music unless they're saying it for attention/to be the odd one out (UK only)
I'd love to have a album similar to Mansun's - attack of the grey lantern. So am I holding out hope that the guys will return to their old sounds irrationally?
I must admit the last album I didn't give a listen to after I heard one of the singles on the radio.
Danither5 karma2018-06-27 08:39:34 UTC
I could see this coming, but I still laughed out loud when I read your sentence.
Danither4 karma2018-05-16 18:53:56 UTC
"They" god damn it! your covers blown, get out of there now!
Danither3 karma2019-08-14 16:15:39 UTC
Have you factored in/examined in contrast:
aggregate sites affecting YouTube traffic and by extention the algorithm?
Retention, how many users even watch recommended videos?
Users data on other Google platforms affect their YouTube algorithm, assuming it's at least personalised to the individual. I.e. what affect a user's search history may have over this algorithm?
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