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By Felindie on Jun 23
79
Fav Tracks: The Dress Looks Nice on You, The Transfiguration
By Joshua0_o on Jun 23
95
Man of War is GOAT
By PJ_0707 on Jun 23
75
Anticipated return of a great band, their new self-titled album is beautiful to listen to, but it's a bit underwhelming. In all the time that passed between Pygmalion and this; maybe it would be better to not sound like you picked up right where you left off. Slowdive sound content to just give another dose of the sound that people have so affectionately remembered for years. While its pretty to the ear it leaves me a bit disappointed that this album could have been something a lot grander. There are great moments here; the album isn't terrible by any means. There are just too many moments that recall the best of Souvlaki and that seems like a safe way of returning to the game, playing on people's nostalgia a bit.
By PJ_0707 on Jun 23
40
Pollinator finds Blondie is the company of current critical darlings and while there's a something to love about their freshest sounding album in decades; the sweetness is a bit artificial and doesn't come anywhere near the band's best work. In fact, a lot of these tracks don't leave a lasting taste, just linger on the teeth a little too long.
By PJ_0707 on Jun 23
45
Besides Bobby, which I love, this is a collection of weak folk-like tunes with some noise thrown in for "experimental" purposes; it doesn't add anything special to the album. Instead, wasted time like this just makes the drag between the more fleshed out material seem longer.
By daFigz on Jun 23
78
This is a rather nostalgic recording for me. Younger days. Peer influenced. A clear reminder of a horrible point in the history of the US... Yet, I had to revisit 'Green River' in order to revive fading memories of days long since passed. Around this time I was at the beginning my Brit Prog Rock interest. The Prog Rock has lasted, this stuff... A bit too blues infused for me. A bit too 'redneck', too. 'Freebird' would emerge to plague my conscience... But, I digress. My suggestion: Borrow it from your local library. I did. For the grays in the crowd... You either get it or never will. Take it or leave it. It simply fills my mind with the memories of my Bruddas. PS: Yeah. I'm a bit autobiographic. And your point being...? Article One, child. Article One!
By carsonnnelsonnn on Jun 23
91
E=MC2 can be described in one word, fun! This album is so fun to listen to. By no means is this album Mariah's most lyrically deep or meaningful, but it is an album that can help cheer anyone up. The songs are good for taking the worries away and help you distract yourself. What it lacks, it makes up for in the positive vibes it gives off. With the exception of Bye Bye, which in turn acts as an amazing sequel to One Sweet Day. My only major complaint comes from the song O.O.C. for many reasons. The song is absolutely mindless and painful to listen to. It seems like she was trying to remake a song similar to Irresistible (West Side Connection) from Charmbracelet, which is a song I enjoy. She failed miserably on that one song.

1. Migrate (feat. T-Pain) = 100
2. Touch My Body = 100
3. Cruise Control (feat. Damien Marley) = 100
4. I Stay In Love = 100
5. Side Effects (feat. Young Jeezy) = 100
6. I'm That Chick = 80
7. Love Story = 100
8. I'll Be Lovin' U Long Time = 100
9. Last Kiss = 80
10. Thanx 4 Nothin' = 100
11. O.O.C. = 20
12. For The Record = 100
13. Bye Bye = 100
14. I Wish You Well = 80
By daFigz on Jun 23
78
This is a rather nostalgic recording for me. Younger days. Peer influenced. A clear reminder of a horrible point in the history of the US... Yet, I had to revisit 'Green River' in order to revive fading memories of days long since passed. Around this time I was at the beginning my Brit Prog Rock interest. The Prog Rock has lasted, this stuff... A bit too blues infused for me. A bit too 'redneck', too. 'Freebird' would emerge to plague my conscience... But, I digress. My suggestion: Borrow it from your local library. I did. For the grays in the crowd... You either get it or never will. Take it or leave it. It simply fills my mind with the memories of my Bruddas. PS: Yeah. I'm a bit autobiographic. And your point being...? Article One, child. Article One!
By frienderman on Jun 23
99
A stone-cold, brutally honest, Trump-era masterpiece
By frienderman on Jun 23
95
Tell Vince Staples that is album is fucking amazing cuz we on now.
By Felindie on Jun 23
42
Fav Track: ---
By BruhMan on Jun 23
64
I don't understand what the hype is about. Sounds like One Dance. And Swae sounds like he's horribly trying to imitate a fusion of The Weekend & Bieber.
By BruhMan on Jun 23
72
Is it just me or does Frank sound like Wiz?
By PJ_0707 on Jun 23
61
another solo female performer writing really familiar sounding indie-rock songs. Deja vu.

The Bus Song!
By BuffaloStaple on Jun 23
15
Listen to On Everything if you're looking for a good chuckle ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
By PJ_0707 on Jun 23
60
The singer's voice is the biggest draw here. Everything else about the band seems tired. The synthpop here isn't a dramatic departure from their other work. Take the vocals off if this and It would be hard to tell apart from so many other rock bands that are moving in a more pop oriented fashion. Similar to their past albums there are a few moments of greatness but it's not enough to carry an entire album over. Run is pleasant and Cave really stands out as the best The Far Field has to offer. The band fails to repeat the success their Letterman performance brought them. vocals like gravel and funny dancing moves quickly become a gimmick.
By edaz on Jun 23
89
I guess I need to listen to more by Vince Staples, this was GREAT
By SadnessthenObli on Jun 23
72
Not his best work. The production was A-1, but it sometimes feels like he's reaching for sounds that aren't really accessible to him. Loved his personal experiences, particularly about anxiety, but overall the album is just too long-winded without much rewarding substance. The features look dope on paper but don't provide anything tangible (J. Cole was nice) and the hooks are just mediocre. I'm hoping for more on the alleged final album.
By Jer on Jun 23
85
It's rare I find a Hip-Hop album I enjoy to this level. But I can greatly appreciate the excellent vocal work and production on this album on the level of it being top 10 of the year for sure

Favorite Tracks: Love Can Be..., Yeah Right
Least Favorite: Big Fish, 745
By alexgonzriv on Jun 23
93
Best album since (What's the Story) Morning Glory?

Brtipop is alive
By SadnessthenObli on Jun 23
80
Go SZA, go SZA! I expected the album to be free-flowing and fun, but I did not expect her to be able to blend her stories with such good hooks. Her writing feels like its accessed another level, every track is like a breath of fresh air because the sounds are so varied and they flow with her voice. And she vibes so well with her features; they feel like they're an intrinsic part of the song instead of some thrown in. Dope album.
By PJ_0707 on Jun 23
62
12 tracks that are pretty indistinct from one another. The energy is impressive I do look forward to seeing how Sheer Mag evolve over time but for this compilation of their first three EPs the only take away is Button Up, which casts a huge shadow on its eleven weaker siblings.
By SadnessthenObli on Jun 23
85
All of the features Vince has done with people like James Blake, Flume and With You is making more and more sense. The sounds are so fluid and inventive; there are so many dope blends to choose from. This says nothing of his consistently forceful and capturing flow. I wish it was longer than the 36 min runtime, but goddamn, the content is so good that it is easily replayable. Plus, that Kendrick collab on Yeah Right is otherworldly. Vince is ascending.
By Jer on Jun 23
60
While the album is great for a listen, I find myself forgetting songs as soon as they end and unwilling to go back for another listen.
By SadnessthenObli on Jun 23
95
I've been giving it some time, but I'm close to my 50th play-through of this album and it feels like it could be one of K-Dot's best bodies of work. The stories are so interesting without being so reliant on a consistent narrative. The sounds take from his soulful/spiritual roots while being interconnected with contemporary flavor. And of course, the flow is on another level. Damn, I loved it.