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Peter Lawless

Didn't Pitchfork stop giving numerical ratings quite some time ago? Now it just reviews songs/albums without assigning a number. Seems like that would screw up this system.


This seems bad to me. Too many times I've seen albums get general ratings in the 60 - 70 range and I've found them to be fantastic. How can we rely on a system that recommends the best of the best when the "best" is completely different from person to person?

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Lynn S.

They still assign numerical ratings to albums, but not their "playlist" except if a song is labeled "Best New Music".

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