You shouldn't even think of such a useless thing as a tracklist, gurl! The album is good, give it another tryCarbon wrote:I listened to it once I think, idk. my anger over the tracklist probably clouded my judgement I'll give it another shot before my album countdown (if I even have one, I'm becoming a singles hoe)
it's not the tracklist per se, it's the whole "vibe" I get around this tracklist. pretentiousness but I suppose he can afford to be pretentious if he backs it with good musicArmyOfMe wrote:You shouldn't even think of such a useless thing as a tracklist, gurl! The album is good, give it another tryCarbon wrote:I listened to it once I think, idk. my anger over the tracklist probably clouded my judgement I'll give it another shot before my album countdown (if I even have one, I'm becoming a singles hoe)
You should try the songs Lady Wood and Influence from the last album, I think you may like them!Carbon wrote:re: Tove - love Cool Girl, still haven't warmed up to her fully apart from that song
I think I prefer the first one, but to each their own! Still, she is one to watch.Tansike wrote:Glad to see "Lady Wood" in your Top20. Great pop record, and i even prefer this to her debut album as her debut had more fillers IMO.
Also nice to see Grimes... i got into "Art Angels" quite late so it's more like a 2016 album for me. Can't wait to hear more from her in the future
I agree that it doesn't quite compare with his previous album, but I appreciate it for what it is. It is evidently a transitional album.NothingFails wrote:Bon Iver's album is solid, not as good as his other work but a nice record.
Yay for Tove and T&S! I have the same problem with LW, I haven't been able to listen to a lot of music over the past 3 months, so it hasn't yet sunk in as much as I want to.Era wrote:Lady Wood is a great album! Shame I haven't had the time to listen to it more often
I have been really meaning to check out the Bon Iver albums as well. Do you think I'll like it?
The Tegan and Sara is album is good! Played it a few times when it came out
Yeah, that's what I think too! It totally fits them, and they channeled a vein that was already there in some of their past work.NothingFails wrote:Love You To Death is really good. I can be a snob when artists go unabashedly pop (like to me, Sia's last two albums can't compete with her earlier work) but with Tegan And Sara, I think it actually fits them very well and they're knocking it out of the ballpark.
We're trading places, aren't we?Carbon wrote:I've gone totally off Jenny Hval, lost all patience for that music. my taste is going basic so fast
I remember liking a few of her older songs, even promoting her around here a few years back
seeing that this album features more singing and less talking, I'm a bit interested
Thanks! I think it's a good way to raise the interest in people who haven't listened to those albumsLionH3art wrote:I trust that you use songs that are representative for the respective albums.
It is truly best to listen to it from start to finish than just checking the songs individually!heppolo wrote:Samaris is one of the best albums this year, fantastic from start to finish
I'm pretty sure you'd love them!Tansike wrote:Heard a very few songs from that Tegan and Sara album and liked it. I guess i need to check out more from them...