Twenty One Pilots Vessel
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theNateman
May 20th 2015


3806 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Definitely.

Dylan620
June 3rd 2015


5360 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I'm tempted to bump this up to a 4.5 but "Screen" and "The Run and Go" are so weak compared to the rest of the album



EDIT: Oh fuck it, the rest of the album is so awesome that it forgives those two songs, and even they are still okay

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theNateman
June 3rd 2015


3806 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

You really found them weak? I really felt those are hidden gems of songs

Pangea
June 4th 2015


4425 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Screen and the run and go are easilly the worst

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alienobserver
June 8th 2015


4496 Comments


ode to sleep, holding on to you, car radio, screen, the run and go, and guns for hands are all my favorites so far. everything else i haven't heard yet lmao. except for house of gold and i didn't really like it. might grow on me

alienobserver
June 8th 2015


4496 Comments


damn this grew on me so much

screen is a 5/5 song

Pangea
June 9th 2015


4425 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

I think screen might be my least fav. The lyrics are maybe the best but musically idk

Dylan620
June 9th 2015


5360 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"You really found them weak? I really felt those are hidden gems of songs"



Yeah man, I love the lyrics to both (especially "Screen," that vertical locomotive metaphor always gets me) but musically they're kinda bland imo

Dylan620
July 10th 2015


5360 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

YES this is back up to a 3.8 avg

theNateman
July 11th 2015


3806 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

@dylan- imo, i really like the simpler intrumentals because they placed a heavier emphasis on the lyrics which are some of the best on the record. They're kinda comparable to Doubt and Polarize on blurryface, simpler yet no less meaningful

alienobserver
July 12th 2015


4496 Comments


"YES this is back up to a 3.8 avg"

ur welcome

Dylan620
July 12th 2015


5360 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Nate - I suppose I see where you're coming from. Another problem with "Screen" though, is that it feels... excessive, despite its simpler instrumentation. The vocal effects in the second verse - while I'm sure there's a deeper meaning behind them, that doesn't stop them from sounding grating. Ditto the choir near the end, which feels awkwardly out-of-place. Still a good song though, just weak by Vessel's high standards.



Re. the Blurryface tracks, I agree with you on "Polarize" but "Doubt" really irks me because of the production - it feels way too plastic for something intended to come across as genuine



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alienobserver
July 13th 2015


4496 Comments


"HDS - you rock, but wth is your avatar?"

it is tyler joseph grinding on tyler joseph while tyler joseph looks @ them jealously

Dylan620
July 14th 2015


5360 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

That's amazing lol



It's Tylerception

YoYoMancuso
September 23rd 2015


12816 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Screen is a pretty damn good song imo

Isaacdiaz
September 23rd 2015


91 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Every damn song in here is awesome imo

LotusFlower
September 23rd 2015


12000 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Fake You Out, Guns for Hands, and Semi-Automatic are pretty bad. Everything else is cool though.

alienobserver
September 23rd 2015


4496 Comments


fake u out and guns for hands are good bye

LotusFlower
September 23rd 2015


12000 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I still to this day can't remember either track, they just don't have the same energy or charm that the rest of Vessel has.

Friday13th
September 25th 2015


7139 Comments


Car Radio is awful



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