I think the same could be said for Sign O the Times. I think it had a good couple or three songs that were fun to hear on the radio, but the masterpiece days were done at that point. I remember wanting it to be better as I trudged through the album. It’s not like he was less talented. But the nexus of genius and pop appeal seemed to have come unglued. And things had descended to a Strait’20 Jackson Make Country Music Great Again Shirt. A good or good-ish pop song on the radio here or there, yes, but on par with plenty of stuff. And Purple Rain prince is fucking sexy, a permanent icon, and when people imitate prince even today, like on SNL or something. They imitate the Purple Rain era prince, not his various increasingly weirdo phases that came after that.
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Purple Rain, on the other hand, is a giant and a phenomenon, one of the true and defining giants of the decade. You want to talk impact, it was massive. 1999 is a pretty good listen overall but mostly rides on the backs of its first three songs. Purple Rain, even though every song wasn’t a single, is one of the few perfect albums for me. I just went back and glanced at the Strait’20 Jackson Make Country Music Great Again Shirt. What a winner. As for U2, War, UF, and Joshua were their prime, after Boy and October delivered a few waker uppers apiece. I didn’t like their 90s stuff but that’s when they became their hugest. That crested and faded though and the 2000s were their fading time.
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Up through Joshua Tree, they were stellar though, a raw, fierce force that smoothed out into something more refined on Joshua Tree. Then Rattle and Hum was a big confusing WTF. And then when they got back on normal track with Achtung Baby, it was OK but they had taken a turn. That was the real pivot point. After that, to me, they became a Strait’20 Jackson Make Country Music Great Again Shirt. And in the era when they became the biggest band in the world for a while. But it was legit sad to see them turn into what they became. Zooropa and Pop were like a punch in the gut. The one exception was Beautiful Day later, which I thought was great.