AndrewMoore -
30
This shit is and always has been straight up unlistenable
AndrewMoore -
100
500? Really, Rolling Stone?? Good thing folklore didn't come out sooner or this masterpiece wouldn't have even made the list
AndrewMoore -
100
Having fun doing a rerun through the new RS500 while I'm at work but took a break to visit a classic that for some reason didn't make the cut. I enjoy the progressiveness and really do admire RS's attempt but they still have a massive blindspot when it comes to electronic music.
AndrewMoore -
100
Rating is for Live At the Apollo which is not on AOTY
AndrewMoore -
90
Could've used more forward slashes

But yes, it's as lovely as you thought it would be
AndrewMoore -
80
One of the best bands of the 90s and 00s steps away from the more experimental path they've taken in the past decade to provide a B level version of the magic they were once capable of. And I'm totally here for it
AndrewMoore -
93
Lol, like I get why y'all hate it but man this shit is so fucking good.
AndrewMoore -
96
Say what you will about the state of Pitchfork, but seeing them give their first 10 in a decade still makes me feel this singular form of excitement that can't be described.

The album itself is unreal. The second verse of opener "I want you to love me" is so perfect it blows my mind and nearly the entire 50 minutes following is a fierce display of unparalleled songwriting and raw vocal performances of the highest caliber. I can't put it on the level with Idler Wheel yet because ... read more
AndrewMoore -
81
This is a very good album but the main thing I want to highlight here is that "Fire" is one of the most incredible songs I've heard in a very long time. If it's not in my top 5 by December this will have been one hell of a year.
AndrewMoore -
60
Kylie Minogue meets Charli XCX but ends up sounding more like the uninspired anthems of Lizzo(which this is admittedly better than). Truly confused as to what y'all are seeing in this thing.
AndrewMoore -
87
There are 4 or 5 songs on here that are about as good as rock n' roll gets.
AndrewMoore -
90
Outside of a couple slight missteps near the end, this is an incredible pop record. Gorgeous, heartbreaking, catchy as hell, and far smarter than it seems to let on.
AndrewMoore -
95
An instant classic of abstract hip hop and my highest scored album of the year. However, scores aren't everything and I'm going to step back on calling it my AOTY for a little while, allowing it to sink in. I've listened to this 6 times today and still in shock by how much I loved an Earl Sweatshirt album.
AndrewMoore -
70
Feel pretty much the same as I did with Malibu. A crisp, well made jazz rap album that I have just above zero interest in revisiting.
AndrewMoore -
68
About the best you could ask for from a fallen pop star nearing 50 years old. Some good ole capital R & B that is never revelatory but manages to relevant to the current pop landscape without seeming desperate.
AndrewMoore -
69
I enjoyed it for the most part but it thrives mostly on up to date references and a brief run time.
AndrewMoore -
NR
Getting major Dookie vibes from this album cover. We'll see if that's a good or a bad thing.
AndrewMoore -
100
With Post, Bjork proved herself by releasing one of the best albums of that year as well as some of the best singles of the 90s. How did she follow it? She makes one of the best albums of all time.
AndrewMoore -
85
A dark an intense album that's consistently surprising. It's unpredictability and impeccable craft make it one of the years strongest first listens.
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