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Try and Try 100 Times: Harry Styles and the Lost Art of Song Sequencing – Variety

Sequencing has become somewhat of a lost art in the age of shuffle, but not in Harry Styles’ eyes — or ears. To hear Variety‘s Hitmaker of the Year tell it, an…

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Sequencing has become somewhat of a lost art in the age of shuffle, but not in Harry Styles’ eyes — or ears. To hear Variety‘s Hitmaker of the Year tell it, an album’s cohesion relies on getting the track list right. How many variations did the singer consider before deciding the final order of “Fine Line’s” 12 tracks? Just under a hundred, he confesses.
Styles’ producer Kid Harpoon says the “meticulous” singer and songwriter’s approach to sequencing isn’t all that different from how he determines…

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