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dearsongs -
83
This song is an accomplishment, and the video that accompanies the song is amazing. My biggest factor for my scores is based on how much I come back to an album, so from that respect I'm not sure about my score long term. Time will tell with that. But the emotion in this track/story is undeniable and the sound is The Microphones thru and thru.
dearsongs -
79
Recorded over 4 days in London in 2009. His voice sounds as good as it ever did, even if these songs are really just snippets and ideas more than full fleshed out songs. A must for the Molina completest.
dearsongs -
77
Philadelphia's Mike Polizze has fronted Purling Hiss for a long while now, but now he is dropping his solo debut. Rather than the "in the red" rock of his band regular band, here we find Polizze making more of a subdued acoustic folk record. Mike plays most everything on the album, with just a bit of help from fellow Philly friend Kurt Vile (backup vocals, various backing instruments, and some trumpet on Revelation). Bright sounds with straightforward sentiments. The A-side is ... read more
dearsongs -
82
Produced by Phil Elverum (yes that Phil Elverum), early Mirah (especially this album) at times sounds a lot like The Microphones with a female lead-singer. Distant marching band percussion, washes of static, that acoustic strum sound Phil gets. There is some stuff here that might not work with Phil, and despite not having the most amazing voice Mirah still carries these songs well.

I was quite into Mirah's first three albums, but fell off after that. I'm surprised to see she put out a record ... read more
dearsongs -
91
The A side is great, the B side is even better. Think this is my favorite collection from him.
Aug 9, 2020
What do you think is the most underrated album of all time? This is for a list.
Aug 4, 2020
Thanks for pointing that out, I appreciate it! Hope you are doing well!
Jul 27, 2020
Strangely, I've listened to all Protomartyr EP's and a few singles but haven't yet touched any of their albums. One of the bands I'm excited to explore though for sure. I Honestly get a little giddy thinking about all the great music out there I've still to discover lool
Jul 22, 2020
Thank you man! Father John Misty is probably one of my favs too.
Jul 19, 2020
Hi man, I am working on a list and I would like to have as much views as I can. Here is my question, what are your top 3 albums from the last decade (January 2010 to dec 2019). I am not interest in what critics said or which ones were the most praised albums from that period, I want to know about your personal list. I will really appreciate your help. Cheers mate!
Jul 17, 2020
Yeah I honestly never look at my feed because it’s such a congested mess so I understand!
Jul 12, 2020
Hey just wanted to pop in and say that you are one of my favorite users on this site! You have fantastic taste!
Jun 14, 2020
Hey! Whats your favourite hip-hop record? For a list
Jun 9, 2020
I definitely plan to! I'm trying to get through as much of his early discography as I can before Homegrown drops, so I'll probably have reviews out for those two sometime this week.
Jun 6, 2020
In your opinion, what is the most overrated album of all time
About
Always shuffling the deck. A curated list of music. I only score albums, no singles (with rare exceptions). This is me trying to put my favorite albums "in order".

90+ are my all time favorites.
80-89 are various degrees of love
70-79 are various degrees of like.
69 and below are disappointing or not my taste.

Some days I'm an 89, some a 67.
Everything I rate or put on a list is in my itunes.
I don't stream.
Rating Distribution
90-99
 
89

80-89
 
267

70-79
 
157

60-69
 
25

50-59
 
2

40-49
 

30-39
 

20-29
 

10-19
 

0-9
 

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