Bon Iver - i,i
Bon Iver
Aug 12

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Aug 20, 2019
If I said it once, I'll say it a million times. This is the greatest album of the 20th century. Seamless transitions, that beautiful falsetto that Marvin uses on this album, doubling up his vocals, instrumentals that you can find something new with anytime. This is almost to easy to review, I can not find one thing wrong with this album. One of my favorite stories in music history is Marvin showing Barry Gordy "Whats Going On", and him saying that it was terrible. That's what also ... read more
Aug 19, 2019
Fav songs:she live, 3 a.m.,drizzy draco, brothers, meet again
Least fav: the relays
Typical trap, but with enough interesting songs to keep you entertained throughout the whole project. Favorite song through the whole project was she live, with 2019s hottest new star meg the stallion. She steals the whole song as she normally does and keeps you involved the whole time. Maxo shines the most when talking about his family, his father, and his brothers. He kind of loses me when he goes pop, like ... read more
Aug 16, 2019
Fav:dreams fairytales, fantasies, pups, wham
Least fav:jet lag, butt naked
Since I am a pretentious music critic now, I now have to have any album that is a “banger” now. If it’s not indie rock and something weird I will not like it.
In all seriousness, it’s all just ok to me. Only good feature is the now free rocky on the single pups. Everything else is just average and kind of forgettable.
Aug 5, 2019
A classic continues to stay a classic even after 24 years. Everything about this record is prefect. The beats are grimy and had me nodding my head all the way through. Havoc (who produced the whole thing at 19), just didn’t miss with his sample selection. The verses from both havoc and prodigy told a story about the crime life and everything that comes with it. From shootouts to death of friends to trips to upstate New York, a vivid picture is painted of the life they lived. With features ... read more
Jul 31, 2019
Best songs: camp orchestra, Madonna rocket, badge grabber
Least favorite: animal in a dream, now I know
Felt a slap in the face, not in a bad way but a good way. Love all the different influences that are on this record. The birthplace of hip hop and punk are morphed together in a really interesting effort from this trio from New York. Had no idea this record came out but I am really interested in getting into more of their work.
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