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02:20 PM on 11/20/12
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Good point. The old question of where does an album hold water more: in a personal timeline or a historical one.

It's a trick question. The two are not mutually exclusive.
03:33 PM on 11/20/12
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You shouldn't be trying to make a "classic". Make the best music you can sure, and if it has an impact then great. But you shouldn't go into anything thinking about making a "classic" cause more often than not you'll fail.
Why would you not strive for the best? Complacency is for losers. "It is better to fail aiming high than to succeed aiming low. And we [...] have set our sights very high, so high in fact that even failure will have in it an echo of glory." -Bill Nicholson
03:46 PM on 11/20/12
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I just said strive for the best. But going in saying "this will be a classic" is stupid.
Most people in this thread are defining "classic" as standing the test of time (basically), or being influential, something to aspire to. I have no problem with people trying to produce something like that, even if the failure rate is astronomically high.
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