aaronalkan -
85
It's like the sibling of QYURRYUS. QYURRYUS was one of my favorite tracks on Virtue so ofc I <3 this track. The middle gets a little tiresome but the beginning and ending parts of this song are so strong.
aaronalkan -
80
Friggin love this album. Compared to Dan Snaith, PhD's other works, this one has a more psychedelic-rock-flavor to it. You love to see (hear?) it. It's incredibly moody and dreamy and does not have a bad track on the album.
aaronalkan -
88
Song: 85
Video: 90

EDIT: Bumping song score to 85 this track bumps
aaronalkan -
70
I appreciate how ambitious this album was. A lot of the production elements (static, interlude song) really didn't do it for me, but once I got over the cringe I was able to enjoy the energy. It's like someone took the movie Cruel Intentions and stuck it through a grinder that turned it into music.
aaronalkan -
75
Danny "Dick in the Pants" Charles does it again.

Yellow guy = DJ Danny
Red beast = DJ Mayhem
Bouncy blue dude = DJ Boing
Green octopus = DJ Ocean
Together they form... Harlecore

WHO IS THIS SHINING MAN? CAN YOU FEEL IT??
aaronalkan -
90
Incredible track
aaronalkan -
80
Foals refine their style from Antidotes and succeed.
aaronalkan -
95
Album that got me into Radiohead
aaronalkan -
90
Fresh af. Stumbled upon a song on a Spotify playlist and was hooked. Instrumentation and vocals are varied. The mental health/relationship themes are on point.
aaronalkan -
68
I've got nothing to say...
I've got nothing to say.
I've got nothing to say!
I'VE GOT NOTHING TO SAY
aaronalkan -
60
AFAIK the strokes were kinda mailing it in here for the last album in their record deal (just look at the album art). It's still not a bad album, it's just not as memorable as the rest of the Strokes's catalogue. There are still some great songs here, but the main issue is the filler surrounding them. For the standout tracks - Tap Out has some exquisite melodies, One Way Trigger is like a the Strokes take on Take on Me, Welcome to Japan is a dynamic jam.

Favs: Tap Out, One Way Trigger, Welcome ... read more
aaronalkan -
98
Nearly perfect album. Beats, lyricism, story-telling, and flavor are off the charts.
aaronalkan -
90
I keep going back to this album. Air does an exceptional job of incorporating electronic instruments but giving them feeling and soul. Their usage of organic instruments - guitars, pianos, string arrangements, and folk instruments - brings everything alive and gives everything a simultaneous feeling of hardness and softness. The dreamy vocals layered on top bring you far away into the fantasy they present. When listening to this album I feel calm, contemplative, and a bit wistful. It's like ... read more
aaronalkan -
80
Certified BANGOR, ME
aaronalkan -
80
Certified Bangor, ME
aaronalkan -
65
When Sports came out in '83, I think they really came into their own, commercially and artistically. The whole album has a clear, crisp sound, and a new sheen of consummate professionalism that really gives the songs a big boost. He's been compared to Elvis Costello, but I think Huey has a far more bitter, cynical sense of humor. In '87, Huey released this, Fore, their most accomplished album.
aaronalkan -
90
Shit. Love the production on the drums and guitars on this track. Gives me Late of the Pier vibes. Mac Demarco's demon voice is a perfect sinister addition.
aaronalkan -
80
Come on guys, it's DA BA DEE!

Edit: Okay I watched the Vice documentary on this and this song is now a certified BANGOR, ME
aaronalkan -
68
Loved: I Wanna Ride & Do u Wanna. Patience and rangerover were alright.
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