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Aug 26, 2018
zombiejoejoe -
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Vince Staple's second studio album, Big Fish Theory, is a great showcase of his major upsides and downsides as an artist. The lyrical content is still as strong as before with even more sarcasm this time around in songs like "Homage" and "Party People". He still chooses excellent beats to rap over with a lot more electronic influence this time around. It's also an extremely varied selection of beats from the G-Funk influenced "745" to the bass driven chaos of ... read more
Aug 25, 2018
zombiejoejoe -
84
The consistency of Alice In Chains is something to behold. Not all of their albums are great, but there are few who would say that one of their albums are absolute garbage. For that very reason, when the band announced a new album I was cautiously optimistic . What if this was the album to ruin the streak that’s been running for 28 years? For we all know, this could be their big slip up in quality. Now that Rainier Fog has been released, I can now safely say that… this album ... read more
Aug 24, 2018
zombiejoejoe -
67
Johnny Cash's first concept album is an interesting experiment and on first listen, it's a really gripping album. There are great stories, narrations, songs, and vocals. To top it all of, it feels like a very complete album. On repeat listens though, there are quite a few problems that arise. For one, the narrations before each song can get pretty old and there is only about fifteen minutes of music here. While those fifteen minutes are great, they aren't good enough to warrant this album's ... read more
Aug 11, 2018
zombiejoejoe -
90
What’s the most forgotten about Black Sabbath album under the Black Sabbath name? There could be a decently sized list of candidates if you tried to answer that question. However, in that list there are two constants, one of which is Sabbath’s first album of the nineties known as Tyr (the other is Cross Purposes). Sure, dedicated listeners of the band likely know about this album. Otherwise, this is one of the albums from the Tony Martin era that is not well known. Even worse was ... read more
Aug 6, 2018
zombiejoejoe -
79
The Eternal Idol was somewhat well-liked when it was released and it developed a pretty sizeable following that stands by the album as one of their best. 1989’s Headless Cross didn’t quite develop the same following that its predecessor did, but it was still well-received. None of that really matters though because the actual popularity of the band was sinking faster and faster. The lineup changes were becoming more and more common with this album having a new drummer and bassist. ... read more
Nov 13, 2019
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I'm a teen who enjoys listening to music a lot. Mostly listen to Rock and Metal, but recently started to branch out to Jazz, Hip Hop, and a little bit of Country music (A.K.A Johnny Cash).
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