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5.0 classic
Animal Collective Feels
Bjork Homogenic
This is her best album to date. I have no idea why you gave it a 3.5. It deserves a 5 (i would have given it one, but it wasn't working.) Everything is perfect here in its complexity. The mood is angry but the lyrics aren't as. 'Bachelorette' is one of her best tracks ever. 'Unravel' is beautiful, and 'All Is Full Of Love' is timeless. Beautiful work. Well-written review, I just don't agree.
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy The Letting Go
Fiona Apple The Idler Wheel...
Joanna Newsom Ys
Kate Bush Hounds of Love
No Doubt Tragic Kingdom
PJ Harvey Rid Of Me
PJ Harvey Let England Shake
St. Vincent Strange Mercy
Stars of the Lid And Their Refinement Of The Decline
tUnE-yArDs w h o k i l l

4.5 superb
A Winged Victory for the Sullen A Winged Victory for the Sullen
Ani DiFranco Reprieve
Ani DiFranco Not a Pretty Girl
Animal Collective Spirit They're Gone...
Animal Collective Strawberry Jam
Animal Collective Merriweather Post Pavilion
Asobi Seksu Citrus
Azure Ray Burn and Shiver
Azure Ray Azure Ray
Bat For Lashes Fur and Gold
Bat For Lashes Two Suns
Bat For Lashes The Haunted Man
Beach House Devotion
Beach House Teen Dream
Beach House Bloom
Beth Orton Trailer Park
Bjork Post
Bjork Medulla
Bjork Vespertine
Bjork Biophilia
Blonde Redhead Penny Sparkle
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy I See a Darkness
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy Wolfroy Goes To Town
Braids Flourish // Perish
Bright Eyes I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning
Burial Untrue
Cat Power Moon Pix
Cat Power You Are Free
Cat Power Sun
CocoRosie The Adventures of Ghosthorse and Stillbo
I think is this is a remarkable album, from one of the most unique groups out there. These girls are so unafraid of being themselves, and that's ALMOST enough to sell it to me right now. I think Werwolf is the best track, and Black Poppies is the worst.
Also, i THOUGHT that Sierra sang on Sunshine. I think she does, cause Bianca doesn't go that high, and also, Sierra sings it live. It's a beautiful number.
Crystal Castles Crystal Castles II
Deerhoof Friend Opportunity
Deerhoof Deerhoof vs. Evil
Destroyer Your Blues
Ellen Allien Sool
Emily Haines and the Soft Skeleton Knives Don't Have Your Back
Feist Let It Die
Feist The Reminder
Fever Ray Fever Ray
Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine
Fiona Apple When the Pawn...
FKA Twigs LP1
Goldfrapp Felt Mountain
Goldfrapp Seventh Tree
Grouper Dragging a Dead Deer Up a Hill
Grouper A I A
Grouper Water People 7"
Grouper The Man Who Died in His Boat
High Places High Places
How to Dress Well Love Remains
Janelle Monae The Electric Lady
Jens Lekman Night Falls Over Kortedala
Jens Lekman I Know What Love Isn't
Joanna Newsom The Milk-Eyed Mender
You are completely right. She is an acquired taste. In all forms of the terms. Her voice is atrocious, and remarkably untrained. But you're also right when you say it works.
Take the advice:
If you hated her at first because she made you want to shoot someone, or cut your ears off, I don't blame you. I feel like almost everyone has this reaction. I said "Why the hell does this chick get a record deal? My God!" when I frist heard her. But there was something about her that struck me. Maybe it was her originality, her beautiful harping, her wondrous stories, or all of it. At first, you are blinded (and deafened) by the vocals, and you miss the harp work and lyrics. Go back. Give her 3 or 4 tries and that will prove if you like her.
You just have to get over the intial shock.
Joanna Newsom Have One on Me
Juana Molina Un Dia
Juana Molina Wed 21
Julia Holter Loud City Song
Kate Bush The Sensual World
Kate Bush The Dreaming
Kate Bush 50 Words for Snow
Kimya Dawson My Cute Friend Sweet Princess
Kimya Dawson Remember That I Love You
La Roux Trouble In Paradise
Land Of Talk Cloak and Cipher
Laura Marling I Speak Because I Can
Laura Marling Once I Was an Eagle
LCD Soundsystem This Is Happening
Lianne La Havas Is Your Love Big Enough?
Loscil Submers
Loscil Endless Falls
Lost In The Trees A Church That Fits Our Needs
Low I Could Live in Hope
Low The Curtain Hits the Cast
Low Things We Lost in the Fire
Low Drums and Guns
Low C'Mon
M. Ward Post-War
M.I.A. Arular
M.I.A. Kala
Mariam the Believer Blood Donation
Marissa Nadler Marissa Nadler
Marissa Nadler July
Mark Kozelek & Jimmy Lavalle Perils from the Sea
Marnie Stern Marnie Stern
Marnie Stern The Chronicles of Marnia
Mates of State Team Boo
Mates of State Bring it Back
Mates of State Re-Arrange Us
Metric Old World Underground, Where Are You Now
Mirrorring Foreign Body
Mum Finally We Are No One
Mum Yesterday Was Dramatic - Today Is OK
My Brightest Diamond All Things Will Unwind
Neko Case Fox Confessor Brings The Flood
Neko Case Middle Cyclone
Nellie McKay Obligatory Villagers
No Doubt Return of Saturn
No Doubt Rock Steady
Orenda Fink Blue Dream
Owen Pallett Heartland
Patrick Wolf Wind in the Wires
Patti Smith Horses
Peaches I Feel Cream
Perfume Genius Learning
Perfume Genius Put Your Back N 2 It
Phosphorescent Pride
"Tell me where you've been, I'll tell you where I've been; It will be okay" Matthew Houck sings on "A Picture of Our Torn Up Praise," the opener to his most recent record under the moniker Phosphorescent. Pride is a delicate, hymnal record with hints of acid-folk (in sound.) The aforementioned "Picture" is a beautiful, warm welcome, with multi-layered harmonies and one of the best triple threat songs (melody, lyrics, music) of 2007. The 6-minute "Wolves" is another highlight, with its extremely beautiful vocals, perfect instrumentation, and great imagery ("They tumble and fight and they're beautiful") The marching band-esque drumming of the brief "At Death, A Proclamation" seems out of place, but nonetheless, this short number is undoubtedly good. The epic "My Dove, My Lamb" perfectly mixes acoustic and soft electronic elements, into an opus of deep passion and the most believably lovelorn vocals of the record. Aside from the unfortunate title-track closer (such a jump away, it consists almost entirely of odd vocal noises for 6 long minutes that seem like 10) Pride is a marvelous, breathtaking record that deserves the downtime of anyone and everyone.
Phosphorescent Muchacho
Pink M!ssundaztood
PJ Harvey Dry
Portishead Dummy
Portishead Portishead
Portishead Third
Rain Machine Rain Machine
Rasputina Oh Perilous World
Red House Painters Ocean Beach
Regina Spektor Soviet Kitsch
Regina Spektor Songs
Regina Spektor 11:11
Regina Spektor Begin To Hope
The songs on this bonus EP are the type that should have been more frequent on the regular record. Another Town is delightful. Uh-Merica is fun and quite the crowd-sing-a-long. Baobobs is excellent in it's bouncy, yet impressive vocals. Dusseldorf is a cute story that brings you backpacking through Europe. Music Box is the best here, using an extremely quirky vocal work, with even quirkier lyrics, and fantastic piano work.
Rilo Kiley The Execution of All Things
Robyn Body Talk Pt. 1
Sarah Kirkland Snider Penelope
Scott Walker The Drift
Scott Walker Bish Bosch
Scout Niblett Sweet Heart Fever
Scout Niblett The Calcination of Scout Niblett
Scout Niblett It's Up To Emma
Sharon Van Etten Tramp
Shearwater Rook
Sia 1000 Forms Of Fear
Sigur Ros Agaetis byrjun
Sigur Ros ( )
Sleater-Kinney The Woods
Smog Red Apple Falls
Smog Dongs of Sevotion
St. Vincent St. Vincent
Stars The North
Stars of the Lid The Tired Sounds of Stars of the Lid
Sufjan Stevens Illinois
Sufjan Stevens Seven Swans
Sufjan Stevens The Age of Adz
Sun Kil Moon Admiral Fell Promises
Sun Kil Moon Benji
Svarte Greiner Knive
Taken By Trees East of Eden
Taken By Trees Other Worlds
Tegan and Sara The Con
The Decemberists Picaresque
The Decemberists The Crane Wife
The Dresden Dolls The Dresden Dolls
The Fiery Furnaces EP
The Fiery Furnaces Blueberry Boat
Unpredictable music combined with great storytelling. It's a really intriguing album of sometimes-comically epic proportions.
The Fiery Furnaces Bitter Tea
The Knife Shaking the Habitual
The Tallest Man on Earth Shallow Grave
The Tallest Man on Earth The Wild Hunt
The Tallest Man on Earth Sometimes The Blues Is Just A Passing Bird
The Tallest Man on Earth There's No Leaving Now
The xx xx
Tim Hecker Virgins
Tiny Vipers Life on Earth
Tiny Vipers Hands Across the Void
Tom Waits Rain Dogs
Tom Waits Swordfishtrombones
Tom Waits Mule Variations
Tom Waits Alice
Tom Waits Blood Money
Tori Amos Little Earthquakes
Torres Torres
tUnE-yArDs Nikki Nack
Valet Naked Acid
Warpaint The Fool
Warpaint Warpaint
Wild Beasts Smother
Wildbirds & Peacedrums Heartcore
Unclassifiable mix of jazz, soul, rock, and untamed emotion. Many different styles are presented in this album, and after getting used to it, this album proves to be a true gem. Best tracks: Pony, I Can't Tell In His Eyes, Doubt/Hope, The Battle in Water, The Ones That Should Save Me Get Me Down.
Windy and Carl Consciousness
Windy and Carl We Will Always Be
Yeah Yeah Yeahs Fever To Tell
Yeah Yeah Yeahs It's Blitz!
Zola Jesus The Spoils
Zola Jesus Stridulum
Zola Jesus Stridulum II

4.0 excellent
Adele 21
Alela Diane To Be Still
Alela Diane Alela Diane & Wild Divine
Alela Diane About Farewell
Ane Brun It All Starts With One
Angel Olsen Burn Your Fire For No Witness
Angus and Julia Stone Down the Way
Ani DiFranco Puddle Dive
Ani DiFranco Little Plastic Castle
Ani DiFranco Knuckle Down
Ani DiFranco Red Letter Year
Animal Collective Sung Tongs
Animal Collective Here Comes the Indian
Animal Collective Water Curses
Anna Von Hausswolff Singing From The Grave
Anna Von Hausswolff Ceremony
Arcade Fire Funeral
Arcade Fire Neon Bible
Azure Ray Hold On Love
Beach House Beach House
Beth Orton Comfort In Strangers
Beth Orton Sugaring Season
Bibio Mind Bokeh
Bjork Debut
Bjork Volta
My only real problem with this album... well, my couple problems... are: 1) The fact that each song is either tied to together by an unrelated outro, or ends immediately/abruptly for the next song. That works well once, on the transition between 'Dull Flame' and 'Innocence.' 2) The lyrics aren't as good. Especially on 'Hope,' the worst song she's ever done, in my opinion. The music is great, but I skip it because I just hate everything else. 3[kindof]) The singing isn't as consistently amazing. 'Pneumonia' features a dreary minute-long, nearly-monotone intro, and pretty much throughout it contains extremely boring music/vocals.
But I do really like this album all in all. It's not as bad as many critics say. So what if she isn't doing as complicated stuff as she's done. There'll never be another Homogenic, or Vespertine. Get over it.
my track pix: wanderlust, dull flame of desire, vertebrae by vertebrae, declare independence.
Blonde Redhead Misery is a Butterfly
Blonde Redhead Melody of Certain Damaged Lemons
Blonde Redhead 23
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy Master And Everyone
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy Lie Down in the Light
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy Ease Down The Road
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy The Wonder Show of the World
Braids Native Speaker
Broken Social Scene Broken Social Scene
Burial Burial
Burial Kindred
Cat Power The Greatest
Cat Power Myra Lee
Cat Power What Would the Community Think
Chairlift Something
Chelsea Wolfe Pain Is Beauty
CocoRosie La Maison De Mon Reve
CocoRosie Grey Oceans
Crystal Castles Crystal Castles
Crystal Castles Crystal Castles III
Damien Rice O
Death Cab for Cutie Transatlanticism
Death Cab for Cutie Codes and Keys
Deerhoof The Runners Four
Deerhoof Apple O'
Deerhoof Offend Maggie
Destroyer Kaputt
Eleanor Friedberger Last Summer
Eleanor Friedberger Personal Record
Emiliana Torrini Me and Armini
Essie Jain We Made This Ourselves
Feist Monarch (Lay Your Jewelled Head Down)
Fiona Apple Tidal
Goldfrapp Black Cherry
Goldfrapp Tales Of Us
Grimes Visions
Grizzly Bear Yellow House
I don't usually enjoy albums like this. Extremely brief, could-be-more writing, and tons and tons and tons of instrumental. I like that maybe on a track or two, or an entirely instrumental album with no words, or a regular album of words and instrumental.
But there's something about this tapestry that captures me. I can't even be sure of what it is, but whatever it is, it's truly compelling.
Grouper Way Their Crept
Grouper Wide
Grouper Cover the Windows and the Walls
Grouper Violet Replacement
Imogen Heap Speak For Yourself
Imogen Heap I Megaphone
Joan as Police Woman Real Life
Joan as Police Woman To Survive
Joanna Newsom Joanna Newsom and the Ys Street Band
Juana Molina Son
Julia Holter Ekstasis
Julianna Barwick Nepenthe
Kate Bush Aerial
Kate Bush The Kick Inside
Kate Bush Never for Ever
Kate Bush Director's Cut
Kimya Dawson Hidden Vagenda
Land Of Talk Some Are Lakes
Land Of Talk Fun And Laughter
Laura Marling A Creature I Don't Know
Lavender Diamond Imagine Our Love
Local Natives Gorilla Manor
Loscil Sketches From New Brighton
Low Songs for a Dead Pilot
Low Plays Nice Places
M. Ward Transistor Radio
M.I.A. Matangi
Maria Taylor 11:11
Marnie Stern This Is It and I Am It and You Are It...
Matana Roberts Coin Coin Chapter One - Gens de couleur libres
Mates of State My Solo Project
Mates of State Our Constant Concern
Mates of State Mountaintops
Mazzy Star So Tonight That I Might See
Metric Live It Out
Metric Grow Up and Blow Away
I think this is a good review... of your favorite tracks. You should have talked about a couple more tracks than the ones that are your favorites. Like, talked about one song you don't think is quite up to par. Or how two of the better tracks were cut for this release - Parkdale, and Torture Me.
That aside, I agree with you mostly. My favorite tracks is On The Sly, always has been, and I love White Gold and Hardwire. This is a fantastic album, and I THINK I read somewhere that their new album has this album's feel to it.
Metric Synthetica
Mirel Wagner Mirel Wagner
Modest Mouse Good News for People Who Love Bad News
Modest Mouse's Good News For People Who Love Bad News is a strange mess of an album. This is a very good review that's good at expressing that. You mention the drunkenness (I say irritation) of Dance Hall, and the filler of the shouting Bury Me With It. But, The World at Large, the best track here, completely does not fit in with the handful after it. It's, like I said, a crazy mess. But the few brilliant songs (World At Large, Float On, Ocean Breathes Salty, Burkowski, and Good Times Are Killing Me) are enough for me.
Mum Summer Make Good
Mum Smilewound
My Brightest Diamond Bring Me the Workhorse
My Brightest Diamond None More Than You
Neko Case Blacklisted
Neko Case Furnace Room Lullaby
Neko Case The Worse Things Get, the Harder I Fight...
Nellie McKay Pretty Little Head
Neneh Cherry Blank Project
Noisettes What's the Time Mr. Wolf?
Orenda Fink Invisible Ones
Panda Bear Young Prayer
Patrick Wolf Lycanthropy
Peaches The Teaches of Peaches
Peaches Impeach My Bush
Phosphorescent A Hundred Times Or More
PJ Harvey To Bring You My Love
PJ Harvey Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea
PJ Harvey White Chalk
PJ Harvey Is This Desire?
Portishead Roseland NYC Live
Radiohead In Rainbows
Raum The Event of Your Leaving
Red House Painters Red House Painters I
Rilo Kiley More Adventurous
Rilo Kiley Take-Offs & Landings
Santigold Santogold
School of Seven Bells Ghostory
Scout Niblett This Fool Can Die Now
Sharon Van Etten Are We There
Sigur Ros Von
Sigur Ros Takk...
Sigur Ros Med sud i eyrum vid spilum endalaust
Sigur Ros Valtari
Sigur Ros Kveikur
Sleater-Kinney One Beat
Sleater-Kinney Dig Me Out
Smog The Doctor Came at Dawn
Smog Knock Knock
Smog Wild Love
St. Vincent Actor
Stars Heart
Stars of the Lid Avec Laudenum
Stars of the Lid The Ballasted Orchestra
Stars of the Lid Music For Nitrous Oxide
Sufjan Stevens Michigan
Sun Kil Moon April
Sun Kil Moon Among the Leaves
Sylvan Esso Sylvan Esso
Taken By Trees Open Field
Tegan and Sara Under Feet Like Ours
Tegan and Sara Heartthrob
The Antlers Burst Apart
The Antlers Familiars
The Besnard Lakes The Besnard Lakes Are the Dark Horse
The Dodos Carrier
The Dresden Dolls A Is For Accident
The Dresden Dolls Yes, Virginia...
Awww, I love Mandy Goes To Med School. It's humorous, she's obviously not serious, and it's offensive. Yayy!!
Good review otherwise.
The Fiery Furnaces Gallowsbird's Bark
The Fiery Furnaces Rehearsing My Choir
The Fiery Furnaces I'm Going Away
The Luyas Animator
The New Pornographers Electric Version
The New Pornographers Twin Cinema
The New Pornographers Challengers
The New Pornographers Together
The Raveonettes Lust Lust Lust
The Raveonettes Raven in the Grave
The Tallest Man on Earth The Tallest Man on Earth
Tom Waits Blue Valentine
Tom Waits Real Gone
tUnE-yArDs BiRd-BrAiNs
Valet Blood Is Clean
White Hinterland Baby
Wild Beasts Two Dancers
Wild Beasts Present Tense
Windy and Carl Songs For The Broken Hearted
Windy and Carl The Dream House
Windy and Carl Antarctica (The Bliss Out, Vol. 2)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Yeah Yeah Yeahs Show Your Bones
Yeah Yeah Yeahs Is Is
Yeah Yeah Yeahs Mosquito
Zola Jesus New Amsterdam
Zola Jesus Valusia
Zola Jesus Conatus

3.5 great
Akira Kosemura Polaroid Piano
Ani DiFranco Evolve
Ani DiFranco Which Side Are You On?
Animal Collective Fall Be Kind
Animal Collective Centipede Hz
Arcade Fire The Suburbs
Asobi Seksu Hush
Asobi Seksu Rewolf
Bjork Bastards
Blonde Redhead Fake Can Be Just As Good
Bon Iver Bon Iver, Bon Iver
very good listen, not quite as good as Emma, but still good. i think the music and the vocals shine the brightest, but his lyrics really (and im surprised so many are even able to argue) are just beautiful poetic mumbo jumbo. pretty images piled ontop of each other with no discerinble meaning, most of the time. still, a solid release.
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy Beware!
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy Greatest Palace Music
Broken Social Scene You Forgot It In People
Cat Power Dear Sir
Deerhoof The Milk Man
Deerhoof Reveille
Destroyer Trouble In Dreams
Eisley Room Noises
Good review.
While Eisley are undeniably charming, they are almost too sugar-sweet. Even when the lyrics are sad (Telescope Eyes) they make it sound happier than it is. Bright Wound and Golly Sandra are the two best tracks. I actually don't like Telescope Eyes. I vaguely remember a very old 5-minute-ish piano-driven Telescope Eyes, but I think I'm the only one. Must've been a dream.
Overall, a very good album, and nice to listen to when you're down.
Their new album hits stores in august.
It's called COMBINATIONS.
Ellen Allien Dust
Emily Haines and the Soft Skeleton What Is Free To A Good Home?
Goldfrapp Head First
Gregory and the Hawk In Your Dreams
iamamiwhoami Kin
Imogen Heap Ellipse
Julianna Barwick The Magic Place
Kimya Dawson I'm Sorry That Sometimes I'm Mean
Laura Marling Alas, I Cannot Swim
Laura Veirs Year Of Meteors
This a wonderful album by a wonderful artist. My 2nd favorite by Laura Veirs (the first being Troubled by the Fire.)
I don't really like Black Gold Blues. it rubs me the wrong way.
good review of what you reviewed though.
i recommend:
galaxies
magnetized (beautifully simplistic)
where gravity is dead (my favorite. when i first heard this i played it over 30 times in a row.)
Local Natives Hummingbird
Lorde Pure Heroine
Low Long Division
Low Live At Eindhoven
Low The Invisible Way
M. Ward Transfiguration of Vincent
M.I.A. Maya
Mum Go Go Smear the Poison Ivy
Neko Case The Tigers Have Spoken
Patrick Wolf The Magic Position
Phosphorescent Aw Come Aw Wry
Pink I'm Not Dead
PJ Harvey Uh Huh Her
Polly Scattergood Polly Scattergood
Rachael Yamagata Happenstance
Rachael Yamagata Elephants... Teeth Sinking Into Heart
Radiohead The King of Limbs
S. Carey All We Grow
Scout Niblett I Am
Shearwater The Golden Archipelago
Smog A River Ain't Too Much Too Love
Smog Supper
St. Vincent Marry Me
Original, and impressive instrumentally, but it does tend to bore after a couple songs. "Now, Now" is overlong. "Paris is Burning" is much better live, which is good and bad. And she sometimes has such plain lyrics. But she has a pretty voice and plays every single instrument ever.
Although, I HIGHLY disagree with you when you say she could make Leslie Feist jealous. No way. Feist has such a better voice.
Stars of the Lid Per Aspera Ad Astra
Sufjan Stevens Enjoy Your Rabbit
Sun Kil Moon Ghosts of the Great Highway
Tegan and Sara So Jealous
The Decemberists Castaways and Cutouts
The Fiery Furnaces Widow City
The New Pornographers Mass Romantic
The xx Coexist
Tom Waits Bad As Me

3.0 good
Animal Collective Campfire Songs
Arcade Fire Reflektor
Avey Tare Down There
Azure Ray November
The first two songs on this EP outdo the other ones incredibly. "November" is one of the duo's most depressing tracks, but also one of their most beautiful. And their cover of Townes Van Zandt's "For the Sake of The Song" is the duo's longest track on record, but also one of their best and most polished.
Beth Orton Central Reservation
Bjork Greatest Hits
Bjork Selmasongs
Bjork Drawing Restraint 9
Blonde Redhead Blonde Redhead
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy Wilding in the West
Cat Power The Covers Record
Damien Rice 9
Death Cab for Cutie Plans
Ellen Allien Berlinette
Florence and the Machine Ceremonials
Goldfrapp Supernature
I don't think it's a coincidence that my favorite song is "Let It Take You," seeing as it's the most like old Goldfrapp. Sure, "Ooh La La" is fun, and "Satin Chic" is quaint and cute. However, I am a Felt Mountain boy. That shall stay as it is.
Seventh Tree comes out in two weeks, and I am looking forward to that. Finally: a much-needed change.
Jessie Ware Devotion
Kate Bush Lionheart
Kate Bush The Red Shoes
King Krule 6 Feet Beneath the Moon
Laura Stevenson Wheel
LCD Soundsystem Sound of Silver
Matteah Baim Death of the Sun
Metric Fantasies
Mum Sing Along To Songs You Don't Know
Patrick Wolf The Bachelor
Peaches Fatherfucker
Pink Try This
Robyn Body Talk Pt. 2
Scout Niblett Kidnapped by Neptune
Stars The Five Ghosts
Sufjan Stevens All Delighted People
Sun Kil Moon Tiny Cities
Svarte Greiner Kappe
Tegan and Sara This Business of Art
Tegan and Sara If It Was You
Wild Beasts Limbo, Panto
Yeah Yeah Yeahs Machine

2.5 average
Animal Collective Danse Manatee
Beth Orton Daybreaker
Blonde Redhead In an Expression of the Inexpressible
Blonde Redhead Barragan
CocoRosie Noah's Ark
Laura Veirs Saltbreakers
Neutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
I never got into them. Some will say I just can't appreciate it, and that I know nothing. But I seriously think theyre quite irritating. The only songs I like are King Of Carrot Flowers pt. 1 and Two Headed Boy.
No Doubt Push and Shove
Peter Bjorn and John Writer's Block
Regina Spektor Begin To Hope
This album is okay. I honestly hate Samson. I love love love the original version, and I think the new version is completely unnecessary. I also don't like that she's getting tons more fans based on Fidelity. Sure its a good song, but it's hardly the bare, core Regina all her REAL fans know and love. I think the bonus EP is better than the real cd. But, Apres Moi, Lady, and Summer in the City are my three track picks, and are some of her best. But really, I think this isn't as good as it should have been. Humph. We'll have to wait til 2009 or so (assuming that's when it will be) for her new album.
Regina Spektor What We Saw from the Cheap Seats
The Decemberists Her Majesty the Decemberists
Tom Waits Closing Time
Zola Jesus Tsar Bomba

2.0 poor
Broken Social Scene Feel Good Lost
Cat Power Jukebox
Kanye West Yeezus
Kimbra The Golden Echo
Regina Spektor Far
Selena Gomez and the Scene Kiss and Tell

1.5 very poor
Deafheaven Sunbather
Lana Del Rey Ultraviolence
Panda Bear Person Pitch
Completely overrated. I think this is some of the worst material of the year. The only thing I give props to him for is his talent to create this type of music. But it's way too drawn out, and boring, and really spacious (spacey?) It's just bad, and totally not my cup of tea.
OVERHYPE!
Good review, though.

1.0 awful
Bjork Bjork
Fall Out Boy From Under the Cork Tree
Farrah Abraham My Teenage Dream Ended
Pink Can't Take Me Home
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