I'm talking about (a) an album released long ago, not recently, and (b) you recently listened to it in its entirety for the first time. E.g., just this past week, I listened to two old LPs that I'd long been aware of but had never listened to all the way through - Talking Head's Remain In Light and John Cougar's American Fool. Of course I wasn't totally ignorant about them, in their own ways, Cougar's commercially, Talking Head's critically, they are famous records. For 35 years I've listened to the big singles from the Cougar record and "Once in a Lifetime" from the TH record. We've all heard those songs hundreds of times over the years as they are ubiquitous. But I'd never heard the whole albums, even though I've owned American Fool since 1982! I just bought it for the singles, LOL. So, anyone else with a recent experience, playing an old album, an album that has been around for years, but you just never got around to listening entirely through?