Farewell, Starlite

Francis and the Lights - Farewell, Starlite
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Based on 52 ratings
2016 Ratings: #315
September 24, 2016 / Release Date
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54
Mind-numbingly boring. Francis' voice lacks any real emotion to show through the electronic modification of it, and the production is decent at best. This would have been a lot better if the filler was eliminated and the rest was created into a 4-5 track EP.

fav track: Friends
dyelir
73
If Phil Collins were interested in making an electro pop record, it would sound exactly like this.
75
Absolutely amazing album. Very unique style and I hope for more albums like this in the future from F&TL.
75
This album has some great upbeat songwriting and production work. Unfortunately some of Francis' vocal tricks and production choices lose their power after being used repeatedly track after track. This leads to an album that has amazing singles but could've been so much better with a bit more diversity.
JFulfy
79
May I have this dance
My City's Gone
It's Alright to Cry
Friends (songOTY)

This song has a lot of hits, however it lacks on the album front as a whole. A lot of holes, and doesnt flow properly. Will be coming back to it for those songs though.
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END OF YEAR LISTS

#28/For The Win
#48/Pigeons & Planes
#49/Variance

Track List

  1. See Her Out (That’s Just Life)
  2. Comeback
  3. Can’t Stay Party
  4. I Want You to Shake
  5. May I Have This Dance
  6. My City’s Gone
  7. Running Man / Gospel OP1
  8. It’s Alright to Cry
  9. Friends
  10. Thank You
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