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Jawnb0rger69 -
98
Between the Buried and Me, in 2007, released the album ‘Colors’ which is consider by many fans and critics alike to be the band’s magnum opus. I am not here to question this in any way, shape, or form; I love ‘Colors’. In high school, I found myself gradually - but surely - getting turned on more and more to more extreme forms of metal and punk music. Between the Buried and Me were a band who I admittedly had some trouble really getting into. I loved the ... read more

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Jawnb0rger69 -
85
Their best record since Beggars
Jawnb0rger69 -
98
I was very skeptical going into this, considering the amount of hype behind this record. But godDAMN, this is gorgeous! The art speaks for itself, do yourself a favor and listen to it.
Jawnb0rger69 -
86
Excellent (A-).

True to its title, Rebirth is the greatest Jimmy Cliff album since perhaps his first few records. Even at its most derivative, the music and lyrics throughout this whole thing make for some of the most infectious reggae music I've heard in my entire time listening to the wonderfully joyous style of music (and I've been listening for the better part of 10 years - roughly half my life).

Favorites: Children's Bread, One More - Alternate Version, Reggae Music, One More, Cry No ... read more
Jawnb0rger69 -
70
With incredibly dated production (even for its time) and the occasionally weak lyricism, it's certainly nothing spectacular and is far from his best; however, this was the first Jimmy Cliff record I owned and as such it holds a very special place in my heart, with a few of these tracks (particularly War A Africa) remaining among my favorites in his expansive catalog. If only some of the weaker tracks were cut, then maybe this record would have aged a bit better. Still, listening to this record ... read more
Jawnb0rger69 -
96
On Glow On, Turnstile firmly plant one foot into dreamy indie pop territory while still keeping the other one at least somewhat planted into hardcore. This is hardcore for a mainstream audience, and the record excels because of this concoction of disparate sounds and styles. This is a must listen.

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Sep 2, 2021
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Aug 31, 2021
I'm bored and so decided to make another community list; this time...

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Updated rating jawn (mainly enjoyment):
100: Perfect / All-time favorites (A+/S-tier)
90-99: Masterpiece (A)
86-89: Excellent (A-)
80-85: Great (B+)
75-79: Very good (B)
70-74: Good (B-)
69: Nice
65-68: Pretty good (C+)
60-64: Decent (C)
56-59: Passable (C-)
40-55: It exists I guess (D)
30-39: Poopoo+ (F)
29 and lower: Poopoo (F-)
NR: Generally an uncomfortable listen I can't properly rate

Rating Distribution

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160

80-89
 
180

70-79
 
137

60-69
 
62

50-59
 
16

40-49
 
7

30-39
 
4

20-29
 
3

10-19
 
1

0-9
 

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