Kyle Hallman

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Last Active 12-31-69 7:00 pm
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Kiiara low kii savage
Every track is solid, definitely looking forward to the debut.
Justin Bieber Purpose
For me this is probably the first full Beebz album I listened to. And while I've probably watched the video for Sorry more times that I'd like to admit (that girl in the green top is just pure fire). It's hard to ignore some seriously catchy songs on this album. However I still feel like J.Beebz is making his music primarily for the young females as it's always been. Sure his fans are older now and so is he, and he's definitely improved, I no longer immediately turn off his music when I hear it. But aside from a few songs the album does little to grab my attention. I think Skrillex producing the album definitely helped a bunch.
Lil Dicky Professional Rapper
Some killer, lot of filler. Honestly, theres like 8 to many songs on this album. rBest tracks: Professional Rapper, Classic Male Pregame, Save Dat Money, Lemme Freak, Molly, Personality, Oh WellrUnfortunate that so much of the album is forgettable. Lil Dicky is undeniably talented and clever, but he should focus on only putting out his best work.
Lady Gaga Artpop
Artpop as a whole is probably better than Born This Way but it still stands that Gaga's most consistent works were The Fame and The Fame Monster, holding the most overall quality and not solely relying on it's singles to carry it. rI legitimately enjoy GUY and Applause quite a bit. I'd say they're probably better than all the singles off of Born This Way entirely, which is a shame because they had less than half the buzz any of those songs did. rIll be interested to see what she does next, for the time being it seems like Lady Gaga chose to fullfill the role of the light burning twice as bright burning half as long. Except in her case she
CHVRCHES Every Open Eye
When this album dropped and I finally got to listen to it, I was so pleased with how Chvrches managed to make an album as good and fun as their first one. Whereas The Bones of What you Believe hit some very very high points and had a couple lower aspects to it, Every Open Eye manages to be entirely consistent throughout. It's clearly apparent how aware Chvrches are about what makes their music fun and listenable. Without trying much of anything new they stick with what made their first album great and just did it again.
Metric Pagans In Vegas
Metric has really lost their touch. Which is such a shame since Fantasies was a truly fantastic album start to finish. And honestly up until Synthetica all their albums we're pretty great overall, they all had that weird metric charm which is some combination of odd rhythms and tunes, strange lyrics but overall very catchy songs. But then Synthetica happened and either we just got tired of Emily Haines' odd style or they just forgot to make their songs catchy along with the strange. Yet Haines seems to caught up in herself to be aware that the band just doesn't make good music anymore. I mean The Shade was a half passable first single,
Kanye West The College Dropout

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  • WanderingMusicSoul Just to let you know, Bjorn was on Drums for the Whoracle album Glen Lungstrom was Rhtym Guitar at the time and jesper was lead guitar. thanks for the comment on my review too man: ) it is an amazing album.
    February 26 12:57 AM

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