This topic labels me as old because my gut reaction is:
"All of them. The artist/band put them on there for a reason; you should listen to them. ... You never find the really good songs if you just download the hits.
surely this was about re-listens, not reviewing an album for the first time.
if I'm not in a rush (if I wait 'til I have the whole thing before listening) I'll listen in order ... but then I pick out the ones I like best, and listen to those songs whenever I feel like it. I jump from artist to artist.
That's what is wrong with kids these days. If they don't like something right away, they give up on it. ... That's how we end up with the Ga-Ga's and the Biebers. Damn Kids!"
I've always thought that more just due to ignorance. ...much like people who only listen to the old stuff and say new music is terrible. They just don't know anything else. it's nothing to do with how they listen to an album, it's about the fact they don't explore enough, they just take what's put in front of them.
If you look for stuff and download random songs, you don't end up as a Bieber fan. there's no connection at all between whether or not you listen to whole albums chronologically and who you listen to.