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Dan Hylton

Very interesting idea! Seems that "intensity," even given your description, could be somewhat open to interpretation (thinking "quiet intensity"), but maybe that's fine.


But the problem is that these graphs tell me absolutely nothing about the product being reviewed. As a music fan that doesn't help me identify new music that I might be interested in and as a musician I'm not exactly sure how I would use a review like this to attract a new fan....?


I may have missed the point in that this is supposed to accompany a written review?

Stephen Pate

The reviewers opinion is archaic when people can hear the music or watch the video themselves. Present, highlight, background and let people decide on their own.

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