RevenantBlue
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Well-received Albums I Didn't Receive Well

I can't think of much else the title of the list hasn't already said. Agree/disagree in the comments, if you like.
1La Dispute
Wildlife


I know La Dispute is a polarizing band, to say the least, but that "Excellent" rating leaves me scratching my head.
2Deicide
Deicide


I suppose context is important for this one. Clearly I am not in the right context, because this frankly sounded awful.
3Tech N9ne
Anghellic


Essentially the same reasoning, here. My biggest issue was in the way the beats rarely seem to compliment Tech's subject matter, and vice versa, apart from a couple of tracks.
4letlive.
Fake History


To be fair, Jason Butler is a competent vocalist, and they do pull off some killer tracks; "Le Prologue", "The Sick, Sick 6.8 Billion", and "Day 54." The rest is bland, at best.
5Cave In
Jupiter


I respect the complete turnaround in style, but it all sounds so prototypical of later acts that it falls flat.
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