muteD70172

muteD70172

Somewhere on Earth

Best of 2022

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 - In Rainbows
100
So this is what rainbows sound and feel like?

I’ve been wanting to review a Radiohead album for a little while now, but I’ve always felt intimidated about doing so. So after reviewing plenty of other albums and spending a lot of time with this album, I think I’m finally ready to review the first Radiohead album I ever listened to, In Rainbows. The album begins with 15 Step, a punchy opener with a 5/4 time signature. I love the way the guitar seems to float over the ... read more

 - Weezer (White Album)
90
I purely chose to review this album because I find it criminal that the user score is below 80.

Weezer had just released their best record in years with Everything Will Be Alright In The End, and after signing to Crush Management, Weezer had a lot more eyes on them than usual. Sporting a sound perfect for summer, Weezer’s White Album has been in steady rotation for me as of late. The record has also been speculated that it is a concept record about a boy and girl falling in and out of ... read more

 - Guitar Songs
85
This is a really nice release from Billie Eilish.

Both songs are acoustic based, and both are beautiful in their own right. TV is about losing connections with friends while in a relationship, supplementing this emptiness by watching TV. And while they are falling into boredom doing this, they realize that they are the only reason that they are feeling this loneliness. The track also builds a beautiful atmosphere with very little instrumentation. The 30th is definitely the better of the two ... read more

 - Hellfire
90
The Hellfire truly is upon us.

With only 3 records under their belt, black midi have already become one of my favorite bands of all time. Cavalcade was my introduction to them and became my favorite album of 2021, and I soon fell in love with Schlagenheim as well. So after hearing that a follow-up was scheduled for this year, I was highly anticipating it. And thankfully, Hellfire is another fantastic album. Not only did black midi pull out their usual stops, but they also turned this into a ... read more

 - Cavalcade
95
Pure, utterly controlled chaos.

In lieu of Hellfire coming out this Friday (still trying my best to avoid the leak), I decided to review black midi's sophomore album and my favorite album of 2021, Cavalcade. The band changed their sound on this release, going for a more jazz and avant-prog influenced sound, but it more than worked out in their favor. John L is one of the craziest opening tracks I've ever heard, with Geordie Greep's spoken word vocals over a harsh instrumental filled with ... read more

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Rating Distribution

90-99
 
5

80-89
 
6

70-79
 
3

60-69
 
2

50-59
 

40-49
 
1

30-39
 
1

20-29
 
1

10-19
 

0-9
 

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