This ^. If we're now resorting to math to explain why an album/song isn't good, then I raise my white flag. You're right, Harty, you win. 🙄 I'm done arguing with this asinine reasoning. That's like saying a paper you wrote back in high school or college with a bunch of filler words to meet a word minimum for a teacher/professor is objectively somehow better than something much more simplified and straight to the point. Not exactly apples to apples comparisons there, but you get the point (or maybe you don't). As Andrew says here, art (music) is subjective for everyone. I'm not going to change your mind if you don't take the time to invest in and read more about the songs'/lyrics' meaning by typing more paragraphs in a forum, and you know it won't change my mind as I've already expressed how I feel. I never said this was some groundbreaking masterpiece of an album, it just happened to hit the right spots and convey the messages I wanted/needed to hear in 2018 and that's good enough for me to rank it highly.