Poppy - I Disagree
I Disagree
73
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TreyLikesBands
89
Recently I’ve felt as if my music listening has been leveling off, so to speak. It’s felt like I can’t get into anything as much as I would like. I’ve been lazy in writing reviews with no determination to listen to anything new. I’ve been indulging in some of my comforting Spotify playlists that have tracks I know, and that sense of familiarity. I’ve never felt this leveling-off feeling before, but whatever the case, I’m so thankful that music exists ... read more
Inglume
30
Here I am cozy at home, chilling by my desk with a pack of crackers and a bowl of wonton soup, writing this review and trying to get a grasp of this puzzling new Poppy album. My thoughts on it? Well...

The more I evaluate Poppy's evolution as a musician and Internet personality, the more I am engulfed in frustration. On one hand, kudos to Poppy for rightfully parting ways with Titanic Sinclair! Not letting an abuser take control of your creative freedom is essential to the well-being and ... read more
JoaoSantos
40
BOOM ahah BANG ehhe POP uh oh
Plats
87
After constantly swapping and switching styles alongside her internet persona, Poppy manages to create a surprisingly great metal album with “I Disagree”! I feared the mix of pop and metal would get predictable and repetitive as it went on but there’s a surprising amount of variety in the second half. “Concrete” is a multi-phased journey through lolipops and blood-drenched spikes, “BLOODMONEY” is a skull-ripping industrial banger, and then the album ... read more
WhatTheFunk
40
Edit: NOPE

Your Poppy evolved into... Metally!

Wow... BabyMetal's Kawaii Metal style seems to make more and more disciples even outside Japan! After two albums with electro-pop tendencies, the mysterious American singer Poppy is now making the game even stronger with her third album, "I Disagree", by adding big badass guitar riffs to her soft bubblegum pop lullabies.

Discovered on the Internet in 2013 through very intriguing videos where one could wonder whether she was a cyborg ... read more
RakkSmells
77
Well, not even 10 days into the year and we have an AOTY contender already. Holy moly!

Poppy, yes, that Poppy who was making bubblegum pop music like Lowlife and was well-known for her strange and bizarre YouTube videos that had ARG channels on the edge of their seats, just delivered an album I think could possibly be one of the best of the year. On I Disagree, Poppy swerves her sound completely in the metal direction, and combines her "poppy" sound and voice with a heavy and ... read more
ErickNya
91
Really Exclaim!?
Really Loud and Quiet?
Literally, I Disagree
MothaOfMotha12
71
A lot's been happening recently

Over the past few months, it feels like the world has been chaos, and as hateful and agonizing as ever. There is a possibility of a Third World War happening. Missiles being thrown from a country to another, most notably, as most of you guys know, Iran and the United States of America. And because of that families have been affected, and countries that had nothing to do with the "war" between the two countries feeling obligated to interfere, like ... read more
amw100
83
Poppy's genre bending abilities are on full display in what i hope to be the album that spearheads the beginning of this decade. Seemless transitions and blending between the two extremes of the music spectrum and adding in sprinkles some of what's in the middle.

It's been quite a while since an album has legitimately surprised me with it's choices and it's way of flow. I haven't heard anything like this in my experience and I'm delighted to find something of this degree of quality and ... read more
Kanye
95
One of the most disorienting albums I have ever listened to, Poppy continues to innovate and juxtapose bubblegum pop and metal. It remains an intoxicating combination and I can not wait to see it live. Early album of the year contender for me!
marvelgaryen
90
Poppy has reached another level, so far... this is her best work yet. I love the way she's not afraid on pushing herself harder on every album/EP. She's in a constant change, a chameleon I think.
Doofy
6
Ironic music done very very very very very very very very very very very badly.

See also: annoying.
_zeltrxn17
72
UPDATE: This grew on me. After digesting the album a bit more, songs like BLOODMONEY, Sit/Stay and sick of the sun turned out to be more pleasant, and Concrete is an early contender for the best pop jam of 2020. As I said before, this is a very likeable direction for Poppy, and I see a much better album in her.

2019 was nice, it had its moments, and now we move on to 2020 music. It's next decade music bwoii

The direction for this album right here is pretty admirable, as it delivers some cute ... read more
nostalgia
50
Poppy's mix of bubblegum pop and industrial metal was certainly interesting as a concept in small doses on her previous efforts but on I Disagree it's obvious it doesn't work as well as the driving force behind the music. This album is completely all over the place and while it does shine on occasion it just seems lost in itself
Supertartory
91
I wanted to rewrite this review as I didn't like it originally so here's a rewrite, probably going to be shorter but hopefully I like it more. The reason I disliked my previous review was I felt I was reaching and just trying to find some dumb excuse to why I really liked this album, in all honesty, there isn't really a reason why I love this album so much, but I feel it has something to do with the last leg, something clicked I guess at the end of the album. The final two songs mainly, Sick of ... read more
cakenator
50
Ngl the 2 genres did not mix well
soundworld
84
"I Disagree" is a very addictive album. For me personally, I found the combination of catchy pop melodies, with metal guitars and some J-Pop influenced structures very satisfying and refreshing from a western artist. It was a very pleasing and engaging listen, that had me at the very least head-bobbing all the way throughout. All the individual elements worked for me; from the dreamy, hazy ethereal moments, to the industrial & metal bridges to the edgy nu-metal meets Billie Eilish ... read more
notbuzzzila
62
BIG CHANGES COMING IN 2020!

Basically for the past...let's say half a year now, I haven't been wanting to rate an album without reviewing it as well. This was a bit of a return to form, because for my first few months on AOTY, I never rated something without publishing an accompanying review. In 2020 (or at least a portion of the beginning), that'll be changing. I've been really unmotivated as of late (as you can tell by the lack of reviews in almost two months), meaning I haven't been able to ... read more
Getoutdakitchen
81
Poppy's "I Disagree" is a really refreshing take on pop metal, Poppy blends both of these genres in interesting ways, and I love when a song here just bursts into chaos with all of the distorted guitars and Poppy going nuts with vengeful lyrics and hard hitting vocals, but the pop aspect of this album is done pretty tastefully as well, the slow blissful ballads are great, even if I do prefer the songs where Poppy gives us the best of both worlds. But that being said, this LP blends ... read more
musicmagpie55
81
'Sick of the Sun' is the right vibe for 2020.

Update: It keeps growing on me, it's fun and ridiculous

Original: Still don't love it, but it's one of the few things that has piqued my interest this year. Poppers delivers a sonic headrush that is both nauseating and compelling. She is tiptoeing closer towards something really exciting. While still tethered to some particular gimmicks, I Disagree balances being serious with ridiculousness to a satisfying degree.
smallpeeble
75
uhm wow.....
laz456
45
I get everyone loving this, but Poppy's music continues to do very little for me. Sure, it's got a 'unique' blend of genres that clearly appeal to music nerds like us who want something fresh. But when I consider each element on its own I struggle to find anything impressive here. The catchy/poppy stuff is kinda bland to my ears and when the album gets heavy/industrial it's really just the most generic riffs in that genre. Just sounds like some kind of stock-metal music with over-produced ... read more
dumbmoonlight
80
Being aware of the Mars Argo timeline made many people, including me, sketchy about Poppy's releases in general - but her departure from Titanic Sinclair's vigilance got the industry curious on her next path with her next album, and the first without him. Despite May I say, this is a work worth listening to - if you don't overlook it while taking that in consideration

Poppy's "I Disagree" is a statement. It's the raw essence of an artist who will soon show her true face more ... read more
TehSniper_143
90
I DID NOT EXPECT THIS TO WORK AS WELL AS IT DOES, HOLY SHIT!!!

This crossover of pop and metal music somehow actually works, and it works wonders! Take the first song for instance, "Concrete", it starts of as an insane tear-your-fucking-head-off guitars and drums, and then it transitions into a full-on radio-pop song! Many of the other songs on here match this vibe as well, like "I Disagree" and "BLOODMONEY" that just carry this album miles ahead of most of the ... read more
SwagMaster72
62
I disagree with her less swaggy direction!
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