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Jenny Wilson - Exorcism
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2018 Ratings: #146 / 889
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Based on 13 ratings
March 23, 2018 / Release Date
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Jenny Wilson's Exorcism is a sonic heavy electropop album that touchs political and social themes. Mixing indietronica with a somehow robotic mechanical glitch-art-pop with a weird harsh voice delivery is what makes Exorcism really interesting. An album really recommended to whoever likes art-electropop album.

Favs: Rapin*, Disrespect Is Universal, The Prediction and It Hurts.


It's a solid album, just some parts in certain songs that are pretty bad.


I absolutely loved the production on this thing, but there's nothing about it that attracts me to listen to it again. The atmosphere of the trauma is obliterated by the upbeats and almost catchy instrumentals. I don't think this is for me, but I can easily understand moth or Stan's standpoints as well. It's definitely something, just not something for me

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Track List

  1. Rapin*
  2. Lo' Hi'
  3. Disrespect Is Universal
  4. The Prediction
  5. It Hurts
  6. Your Angry Bible
  7. Exorcism
  8. It's Love (And I'm Scared)
  9. Forever Is a Long Time

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Added on: March 26, 2018