Nov 8, 2018
NR
It was here that GY!BE reaches a moment where they begin wondering whether or not their music has any meaning, purpose, or value.
Sep 6, 2017
82
This album is amazing, like the other two. I don't care what anyone else says... "over simplified pop *** *** ***"... it's called "change of pace"... think of it as an "edition" to what will be a great discography. You may not like that they are taking a pop route or these songs "might not do it for you", but that's the thing... it does it for others and you won't be able to be satisfied 100 percent of the time...
Jul 10, 2017
25
I'm so confused as to why "Closer" became a hit? Nothing against Halsey, she's a talented artist but I felt like lyric-wise and production-wise, this song could've been better. The song sounds the same as most of the other songs on the album. Honestly, was thinking about giving this review a ten. I hope Chainsmokers work harder next time.
Jun 29, 2017
85
Fugazi makes consistently good music and keeps it real always, I assume Five Corporations refers to the five majors who monopolize this industry of music. The first track reminds me of Repeater, which I still think is their best album all around. Place Position is great. Overall a lot of great Fugazi music on here. Often imitates, never duplicated.
Jun 29, 2017
94
Welcome All... to Sky Valley. This one will take you down and spin your head around. The ultimate statement by the band that didn't give a fuck about radio play. Upon its release, this album only had four tracks, 1. Gardena and Asteroid and Supa Scoopa. 2. 100 Degrees and Space and Cadet and Demon Cleaner. 3. Odyssey and Conan and N.O. and Whitewater. and 4. Lick Doo. When I first heard it I likened it to Pink Floyd's Animals with the depth of the tracks.
Jun 28, 2017
80
I have to say I started listening to Foals since Antidote and I loved Total Life Forever, but Holy Fire was a hit or miss for me. I seemed to have had mixed feelings about it, however in my opinion this is Foals third best album to me. I just wanted more from them that's all. My favorite tracks were Stepson and Moon.
Jun 28, 2017
100
The work of the Bush era, the Reagan era, the early '70's, and the PC movement. Ms. Chapman was living in Cambridge, MA and singing on the streets. She came out with a beautiful, touching album that moved people. She is a classic singer/songwriter, and her songs couldn't be more personal.
Jun 15, 2017
100
Patti Smith is one of the greatest (if not the GREATEST) rock stars ever. The fusing of punk and poetry on this record is excellent. Put on "Gloria", and prepare to have your mind blown wide open.
Jun 15, 2017
89
I have been and always will be a devout follower of the pope of Mope, it's hard to find anything the Smiths have done that isn't tragically beautiful.
Jun 15, 2017
79
I've been a fan of Weezer for a while now, and even after listening to all of their albums, this is the one I keep coming back to. It's not as poppy or as happy as the Blue Album, Green Album, or Red Album, but it's grungy characteristics are what define it. It really is in a class all of its own.
Jun 15, 2017
100
This defined who I am today. This album made me cry. This album made me smile. This album is simply a masterpiece. Still remains one of my absolute favorite albums of all time (if not my favorite of all time).
Jun 15, 2017
75
I really like Animals, though I don't love it as much as the two albums that surround it. The music isn't as deep and complex as some of their other albums and it may be the only Pink Floyd album that I don't think has aged well. All that being said, I like every song on it. It is the most guitar dominated album these guys have done and it really rocks out in places.
Apr 22, 2017
100
Literally like a movie in your mind. Tom Waits has a voice like no other you've heard: impossibly deep, cigarette raspy, downright scary. Combine that with his visual, poetic lyrics and eccentric music, and the combination can be startling. It all comes together on "Rain Dogs" where you'll feel like you've been transported to a dirty town.
Apr 22, 2017
100
I love it.
Apr 22, 2017
97
Incredible.
Apr 22, 2017
96
This album is one of the greatest albums of all time. Pavement is one of the best band of the nineties, if not the best band. If you don't listen to this whole album, don't bother ever listening to music again.
Apr 22, 2017
88
Heard the album "I Love You, Honeybear" and it is another lyrical tour de force. There isn't a wittier, more self-assured yet self-deprecating, razor sharp lyricist around. This is one of the best albums of 2015 without a bout. I love it. You're going to love "The Night Josh Tillman Came to Our Apartment."
Apr 22, 2017
90
This album is just massive, it almost makes all other artists across all genres seem not to be trying when it comes to making music. Anyone who loves music should give this album a shot, it's surprisingly easy to get into and you will thank yourself for listening to it.
Apr 22, 2017
93
This album is absolutely magical. I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys getting lost in their music. Homogenic is bold, elegant, magnetic, fearless. Björk delivers an adventurous record, taking you to worlds only she can unlock. Favorite Tracks: Hunter, Jóga, Bachelorette, All Is Full of Love (Best Track).
Apr 20, 2017
91
This is one of the best if not the best velvet underground album and should get more love.
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