May 27, 2020
HoodieBraden -
78
absolutely phenomenal recording
May 27, 2020
HoodieBraden -
84
Inner City Blues might be one of my favorite songs ever made...
May 23, 2020
HoodieBraden -
70
Yes, that release date is correct. As much as the sound, aesthetic, and cover may suggest, this album is not from the late 60s. It's still quite good though. One downer is the long tracklist, but the runtime isn't all that bad (52 min) so I guess it makes up for it.
May 23, 2020
HoodieBraden -
83
this is high-quality songwriting if i've ever heard it....

*1000th Rating!* WOW!
May 23, 2020
HoodieBraden -
70
I'm still feeling fairly ambivalent about this release, but I think it's good to say the least. Apparently, the reception for this album has been all over the place so far and I can certainly see why. This is The 1975 being more experimental and ambitious than ever before, and that style doesn't always translate so well across large audiences, especially considering that those audiences are used to hearing nothing but energetic pop-rock from the group for the last 7-8 years. I do like a lot of ... read more
May 22, 2020
HoodieBraden -
NR
I enjoyed this much more than their last single. This is reminiscent of the fun singles FTP were releasing during Summer 2019; stuff like "Imagination" and "Pick U Up". This one has a bit of a darker undertone though. Regardless of its sound, that cover is great.
May 21, 2020
HoodieBraden -
73
Move On Down The Line is one of the lesser-known great blues albums of the 60s. Fuller is no Muddy Waters, but his songs are still very believable and accessible. In the short duration of this album, you can hear how naturally down-to-the-earth Fuller is as a singer/songwriter/musician. I definitely recommend this to any passionate classic blues fans.
May 21, 2020
HoodieBraden -
76
Pugsley Munion was a group of very young kids (basically straight out of high school) that formed in 1969. Just Like You was their first and only release. It's rough, raw, and very entertaining. If you're a fan of garage/psychedelic rock (especially from the late 60s-early 70s), you need to check this out. They sound very Stooges-esque.
May 16, 2020
HoodieBraden -
90
half of these tracks could've easily landed on In Rainbows...and they would've made a great fit.
May 16, 2020
HoodieBraden -
82
this is the direction that pop needs to be heading in. this record was fantastically somber with some unexpectedly upbeat moments scattered throughout. not to mention the layers of sound that just radiate creativity. this is Mike's best work yet, for sure.
May 16, 2020
HoodieBraden -
56
what's the point of releasing 21 tracks of derivative trap with no innovation or creativity?? at least the Travis Scott song was pretty good...
May 16, 2020
HoodieBraden -
79
Charli delivers once again! This was a really fun listen. I'm happy to see her take the experimentation to a new level.
May 15, 2020
HoodieBraden -
84
it's so satisfying to hear a Nick Drake album that I don't find underwhelming. I'm glad Bryter Layter exists...
May 15, 2020
HoodieBraden -
69
On paper, it makes perfect sense for me to enjoy Nick Drake's music. He wrote meaningful yet simple folk songs that sound beautiful. His music is just easy to listen to. But for some reason, there's a part of me that thinks something is missing. This isn't the case for all his work though, because I enjoyed Bryter Layter quite a bit. But for some reason, Pink Moon and Five Leaves Left have never impressed or intrigued me all that much. This album has always sounded underwhelming to me. It's not ... read more
May 13, 2020
HoodieBraden -
93
yea, hands down one of the best hip-hop albums I've ever had the pleasure to sit through.
May 13, 2020
HoodieBraden -
92
An unbelievably consistent pop album that reminds me of The Velvet Underground for some reason...
May 13, 2020
HoodieBraden -
43
the material is almost as bad as the cover
May 12, 2020
HoodieBraden -
83
I've had a revelation
May 12, 2020
HoodieBraden -
75
Rest in Peace, Richard Penniman
May 9, 2020
HoodieBraden -
79
This was certainly a different side of Miles...a very good side though!
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