AOTY 2020
Dorian Electra - My Agenda
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2020 Ratings: #122 / 767
User Score
Based on 649 ratings
2020 Ratings: #302
Liked by 57 people
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CRITIC REVIEWS

100
American Songwriter
A groundbreaking collection which serves as a testament to the genderfluid hyperpop artist’s brilliant songwriting and ingenious ear for production.
80
The Line of Best Fit

My Agenda is a force of nature and a meticulously crafted call to arms, where in a world full of anxiety and fury and unreliable leaders, sometimes the best thing to do is to scream along with those who share the same aguish.

80
The Observer

My Agenda is further proof of Electra’s ability to make thought-provoking protest pop that sounds like a proper riot.

80
The Needle Drop

My Agenda is a daring concept album whose greatest sin is leaving the listener desperate for more.

70
Loud and Quiet
There’s something deeply entertaining about a skilled pop musician making something so dumb so unbelievably polished.
70
Spectrum Culture
While it does have a couple of slip-ups along the way, Electra sticks the landing with their absurd mix of nu-metal, pop and dubstep.
Chode
82
Dorian please fuck me in the ass i beg of you
Stankysauce
90
25 minutes of distortion and gay really changes a man.
Doublez
78
My Agenda shows a certain urgency through an explosive and intense album that hasn't finished making people talk. If the first one drew their portrait and exposed their strong potential, this second one is an exceptional dive into their world and their struggles. It is an open-hearted album, an experience retracing their personality through something even more raw than in the past, like a digest of raw feelings and energies.

Born in Houston Dorian Electra is one of the modern and innovative ... read more
CLJesse
78
Gay? Penis? Maybe?
PipePanic
81
And they said that Idles was blunt.

Dorian Electra is one of those artists that you are either going to love with all of your heart, or hate with every fiber of your being. While hyperpop has become a lot more mainstream due to artists like Charli XCX and 100 gecs leading the large for pop music to go into more abrasive, cynical and experimental direction, Dorian has always been a hard artist for most people to pin down exactly what they are all about.

And frankly, I believe that ... read more
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Year End Lists

#48/Uproxx

Track List

  1. F The World (feat. The Garden, Quay Dash & Dollywoodi)
  2. My Agenda (feat. Pussy Riot & Village People
  3. Gentleman
  4. M'Lady
  5. Iron Fist (Ft. Faris Badwan)
  6. Barbie Boy (Ft. Sega Bodega)
  7. Sorry Bro (I Love You)
  8. Monk Mode (Interlude) (Ft. Gaylor D)
  9. Edgelord (Ft. Rebecca Black)
  10. Ram It Down (Ft. Lil Mariko, Lil Texas & Mood Killer)
  11. Give Great Thanks
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Added on: September 22, 2020