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The Hotelier's Home Like Noplace Is There, is often crowned as one of, if not the best emo album of the 2010s. For a while though, I never really understood why, because it mostly just sounded like any midwest emo revival record. It took a bit, but I realized how impressive and emotional the songwriting was, which made me return to this and ignore some of the derivativeness. As for the songs I love, there is the appropriately titled "An Introduction to the Album", which is a dramatic ... read more
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Please ignore my 2019 reviews, they are really bad

Honestly, about a 97+ is a pefect album. I just only give very specific albums 100s

100: Masterpiece
90-99: Amazing
80-89: Great
70-79: Really Good
60-69: Good
50-59: Average
40-49: Bad
30-39: Really Bad
20-29: Terrible
10-19: Just Awful
0-9: Angelic 2 The Core
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