The same can be said for To Love Again, a duet with Gene Ween . Both are great songs and both are listed as Donna Summer classics, yet some critics (when heard together) will point out that Gene's vocal is pretty much buried underneath. Not so at all - it's Donna that gets to shine, and the duet works better when they sing together.
Here is a list of critics from the Charlotte Observer voting for the 50 best songs by Donna Summer. You can see they didn't bother to vote for any albums - they just listened to their top 50 singles.
In the past, I've called myself a fan. However, the more and more I listen to the albums the more I am reminded of how frustrating it is trying to get people to appreciate music when it's so subjective. I've gotten to the point where I listen strictly to music I like, but this doesn't apply to everyone. Some people are clearly taste-blind and can't differentiate good music from bad. I know I'm not alone in this. Here is a list of Rolling Stones critics voting for the Greatest Albums Ever. Even with the Original Mothers of Invention album in their top 10 (their entire top 10, in fact), you can see they all agreed on the albums they liked - not on the albums they didn't like.
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