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TMobotron
March 15th 2013


7203 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

niiice awesome review

RadicalEd
March 15th 2013


4805 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Srsly though. What is this madness. Where are the bunch of whiners who will claim everything that JT ever touches is bad per se.

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feanaro
March 15th 2013


972 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

i can't fucking stop listening to mirrors god damn

RadicalEd
March 15th 2013


4805 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

didnt like channel orange dont like this



Cry me a river

Aids
March 15th 2013


24184 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Don't Hold The Wall is still blowing my god damn mind I love that shit so hard

fish.
March 15th 2013


22439 Comments


Wish I liked this as much as everyone else does

Aids
March 15th 2013


24184 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

dude listen to this with headphones and tell me it isn't the most perfect sounding album you've heard in a while

fish.
March 15th 2013


22439 Comments


It does sound very nice

Aids
March 15th 2013


24184 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

I can definitely understand someone not loving it cause it's not for everyone, this type of super indulgent "pop" music. But those beats, and all the little flairs he adds, everything just sounds so damn perfect ahh. I don't know, this is just such a stunning album, totally worth the mounds of hyperbolic claim it will be sure to (continue to) receive.

Aids
March 15th 2013


24184 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

2013's Dark Fantasy

Lucid
March 15th 2013


7091 Comments


I legitimately don't understand how someone can give this less than a 3, and I don't say shit like this often. Damn if this isn't amazing. Can't you see?

fish.
March 15th 2013


22439 Comments


I'm not really sure what I'm meant to be biting into. I don't find it catchy, at all. And sure I can appreciate that the production sounds nice but it doesn't grab me.

Gwyn.
March 15th 2013


15692 Comments


^You don't find Hold The Wall catchy?

not even Pusher Love Girl's hook?

Captain North
March 15th 2013


6792 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Pusher Lover Girl is the least catchy song on here. That song is so boring

BigPleb
March 15th 2013


42224 Comments


Nice rating

RadicalEd
March 15th 2013


4805 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I'm not really sure what I'm meant to be biting into. I don't find it catchy, at all. And sure I can appreciate that the production sounds nice but it doesn't grab me.



I get where you coming from. It's not catchy at all i agree. (Except for Suit and Tie which is utterly destroyed by Jay-Z and hence the weakest song on the album) But does it have to be catchy? I feel it really rewards repeated listening, you discover new things and subtle touches in every song, every time you listen to them. Show me another pop album who did that recently. And don't come at me with Channel Orange, it had some amazing tracks but besides pyramids it was not that experimental.



The last pop album I remember that is as good production wise and as diffrent from the norm is "Dark Fantasy" from Kanye. And I don't even think you can call tracks like Monster pop music.

Kman418
March 15th 2013


12335 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Ok I take back what I said about normally not liking pop this is actually awesome

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toxin.
March 15th 2013


12859 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

dark fantasy had good production? I heard a few tracks and cast it off as another victim of the loudness war tbh

BigPleb
March 15th 2013


42224 Comments


Kanye West sucks

Gwyn.
March 15th 2013


15692 Comments


"dark fantasy had good production? I heard a few tracks and cast it off as another victim of the loudness war tbh"

wtf is loudness war



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