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Morcheeba Big Calm
This album is much more layered, both instrumentally AND lyrically when compared to their prior (first) album - wow!
Morcheeba Who Can You Trust?
Account "dont dig dancehall" is pretty spot on about the lack of variety in this album but still offers some pretty entertaining & exceptional tracks. Although lyrically, this album could've been done better (ex: track 2 and 4)... Tracks 5, 7, and 9 serve as my highlights for this album.
Crustation Bloom
Some very chilled trip-hop music here... Aside from Bjork and Portishead I'm admittedly ignorant to what makes an "essential" trip-hop record (a fusion of hip hop and electronica until neither genre is recognizable - Wiki), but I still feel this to becoming a future addition to my CD collection. The only tracks that qualify as "mediocre" are 1, 3, and 6. This is an awesome album!
The Pineapple Thief Variations on a Dream
I feel really torn about this rating... In certain songs this record manages to sound superior to other albums of the same year, such as The Mayan Factor's (TMF) In Lake 'Ch (ILC) record. However, it also manages to follow certain stumbles due to their own audible hubris. While ILC had a majority of amazing tracks, the minority of their "out of place" songs kept the album from being an "excellent" worthy hearing. Variations of a Dream starts off nice, pleasant, and airy but doesn't expand beyond treading the shallower waters of their respective genres. It's still a great listen, but not a very strong prog rock/electronica album worthy of bein
Downface Within
Rather surprised how this nu-metal gem flew underneath sputnikmusic's radar... A nu-metal act w/ lyrical creativity and even latent grunge elements. This could even stack up against a few Chevelle records.
Dizzy Mizz Lizzy Dizzy Mizz Lizzy
Some pretty laid back grunge music but still comes a bit short of ranging as a 4/5 album. The album's sounds comes off as a paler variation of I Mother Earth's first album - still pretty good and even better in some aspects (by comparison). For some odd reason I can hear a faint Maynard James Keenan likeness in this album's vocals.
Sublime Sublime
Another amazing album from Sublime, and did their send-off in such a spectacular fashion of musical variety!

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  • danielcardoso Hey dude nice Morcheeba ratings :D
    June 24 06:39 AM
  • literallyzach oh also you should read some of her translated lyrics, they're great
    April 22 05:38 AM
  • literallyzach thanks for clarifying, I think only twilight was on my streaming service. shiina ringo is dope too, solid rating for kalk samen kuri no hana
    April 22 05:33 AM
  • literallyzach twilight is so cool i kinda want to review it.
    April 21 03:48 AM
  • Futures can't believe it haha. 4 million people voted gary though. so encouraging. rand paul 2020
    November 9 02:46 PM

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