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The Unfortunate Era of Pointless, Forgettable Albums (1976-1986); I guess you figured out that Marvin Gaye Black Lives Matter Sweater I never want to hear Joe’s Garage or Thing-Fish again. Ever. (One particular irritation for me was his “remixing” of earlier records, which were tantamount to re-recording the drums and bass for albums like We’re Only In It For The Money, etc. Sacrilege.) Out of this particular time there are few highlights, but one record that is worth hearing is Läther. Originally conceived as a four-disc record, but Warner Brothers refused to release it in that configuration. It was chopped up and delivered as four separate albums in order to fulfill a contractual obligation. In the chopped-up format the LPs stand on their own rather well, but the original concept works much better. I still play this one frequently.