Having heard implementations through anecdotes, and seen it in practice on Spotify, seems like an idea which could translate to here. The idea is as follows: If you could recommend one track of music to someone. One, single track, out of everything you've ever enjoyed; what would you recommend? Be it your favorite track, a track you think everyone would enjoy, one you find technically astounding, or hilarious, whatever your reasoning may be. Just one. Think hard. The rules are as follows: You only get to post once. You cannot edit your post after it's been submitted (exception will be made if the edit is made within a couple minutes of original posting, to fix a typo or syntax error). Your post may contain any or all of, but nothing outside of these things: A) The name of the track, album, artist, year B) an embedded YouTube video of this track C) if the track is from a live performance, information concerning the venue and event where the performance took place. D) a short description of why you picked this track (let's say 300 character maximum) No commentary of any kind is allowed. Nor anything which does not explicitly fall under what is defined in the previous rule. If any of the above rules are violated, your posts will be removed and you will be barred from the thread. The topic will be locked after a period of time, mostly likely 3-6 months depending on activity. At which point a new thread will be made, and you're free to make another post in that thread with a new selection; this also applies to those barred from a previous thread due to a rule violation. All locked threads will be preserved in the OP of the subsequent thread.