Average Rating: 3.62
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Objectivity Score: 77% (Well Balanced)
Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | NameFugazi The Argument4.0Kanye West 808s and Heartbreak4.0hey look at me i'm ratcfc. i don't like this album very much so i use big words to make my point, but you're probably all adolescent cretins so you have no idea what i'm saying.
just know this: i have a much more important and vast vocabulary than you can even imagine; therefore, my opinion is more correct than yoursNine Inch Nails The Downward Spiral2.0This is quite possibly one of the most contrived albums of all-time. It's more or less the epitome of teen angst, and not in a good way like a My Chemical Romance album. Where MCR teaches children unworthy of living to kill themselves, Trent Reznor teaches children to take out their anger by engaging in anonymous sex. His lyrics are terrible and laced in a decor of insoluble metaphors. The production and technical abilities of his band mates keep the album mildly interesting through the first few listens, but soon get loss in a sea of repetitiveness. And to have the best song on your album be a cover (of the Johnny Cash classic, of course) is just unforgivable. I say the background members of Nine Inch Nails find a new frontman that isn't stuck in the phallic stage of development.Converge Petitioning the Empty Sky4.5
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