Dynamic compression and hot mastering are two completely different things. One moves all of the sound into a narrower range, the other chops the whole top off in clipping.
I actually happen to like having a few albums with low dynamic range because it's nice for quiet listenings. but it has nothing to do with all the bass choping "let your brain recreate the missing part so it will feel like it goes to 11" and other clipping nonsense.
voices are usually compressed, it has nothing to do with loudness war. dynamic tweaking doesn't always mean loudness war.