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Mitski - LUSH
Mitski
LUSH
69
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Pinned Review

100
"You can't have my heart and you won't use my mind. You can't stop my voice 'cause you don't own my life, but do what you want with my body."

If any song deserves a #JusticeForX hashtag, it's this one. Firstly, the album version featured R. Kelly, who already had a history of sexual predation on minors back in 2013. While I admittedly like R. Kelly's part, listening to HIM out of all people singing "Do what I want, do what I want with your body" was always at least a bit ... read more

Recent Reviews

Merzbow - Pulse Demon
NR
Pulse Demon sounds like what would happen if the titular demon possessed my sound machine. Its malevolence irritates me so much that it was almost painful to listen to this album. This is truly an album that is criminal due to the violence it inflicted on my hearing and my spirit.

Final Verdict: Criminal

Lil Mariko - Lil Mariko
NR
“Lil Mariko can do screamo no question, but screamo dudes can never do 'Where’s My Juul?'” [sic]

This is some big stupid fun. Lil Mariko is like a kawaii Ayesha Erotica who loves violence instead of cocaine. Also, I must commend her for being the only musician to employ screamo vocals I actually enjoy. It helps that she juxtaposes those vocals with cutesy or valley girl vocals. The range! The short length also helps, since this kind of music is best experienced in small ... read more

Christina Aguilera - Mi Reflejo
NR
There was a Latin craze in the U.S. in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Latin music became very popular outside of the Hispanophone American population, so some Latin musicians who primarily recorded in Spanish were crossing over to the Anglosphere, and some Anglophone musicians, especially those who spoke Spanish or who have Hispanophone roots, were crossing over to the Hispanosphere. The half-Ecuadorian Xtina fell into the latter category, even though she spoke absolutely no Spanish, so ... read more
Taylor Swift - Fearless (Taylor's Version)
NR
I’m sure that the unfortunate situation with Taylor Swift and her pre-Lover masters is common knowledge among music enthusiasts by now, so I won’t dwell on it. So let’s get this review started. Fearless was never one of my favorite TayTay albums. Under my new rating system, the original standard version of Fearless obtained a 66, making it just an OK album. This is a stark contrast to the vast majority of albums that followed Fearless; the average rating of Taylor’s ... read more
Emily Montes - Emily Montes
NR
I somehow missed out on this album when it was a phenomenon back in 2020. I only found out about this album thanks to some random list on AOTY, and I am GRATEFUL. Emily Montes' self-titled is a TRIP. This precocious child managed to create the best shitpost album just by being herself. How much Emily actually contributed to the album aside from her vocals is unknown, especially when you take into account that her mother runs her Tik Tok account. But let me tell you what this album is all about. ... read more

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I'm a diva-oriented music listener who specializes in art pop and various forms of electronic pop.

How I rate:
1. I assign one of the following ratings to each song on the album (minus insignificant interludes):

100 (S/Great or Perfect)
80 (A/Good)
60 (B/OK)
40 (C/Mid)
20 (D/Bad)
0 (F/Unlistenable)

2. I add all the ratings together.

3. I divide the sum by the # of songs on the album and voila!

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Rating Distribution

90-99
 
106

80-89
 
131

70-79
 
72

60-69
 
62

50-59
 
35

40-49
 
30

30-39
 
14

20-29
 
10

10-19
 

0-9
 
2

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