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Has Chained to the Rhythm aged like fine wine?

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  1. 1. Has Chained to the Rhythm aged like fine wine?



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Was listening to this song the other day and was impressed by how well it's aging sonically.
Conceptually and lyrically, it's more relevant than ever today.
Has CTTR aged like fine wine? Did it deserve to flop?
brit16

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It was a career highlight when it was released and that still stands. 
 

No aging, I‘d say. brit16

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Yes! I loved this when it was released I still don't understand the hate it received, and while Witness is not her best album it certainly didn't deserve to be trashed the way that it is/was. 

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