|UserReviews 4Approval 35%Soundoffs 39Album Ratings 145Objectivity 79%Last Active 03-01-17 5:56 pmJoined 12-23-16Forum Posts 2Review Comments 65
We all have 'em, they don't fit into our usual tastes, but we still love em.
Admit it, you love Viva la Vida, come on. Also, they do have a decent amount of solid singles out there.
|2||Of Monsters and Men|
My Head is an Animal is a great album, and I do enjoy Beneath the Skin.
I like all of their singles and are more than happy to listen to them in the car if they ever do come on.
|4||Mumford and Sons|
One of the leaders in short, albeit refreshing, revival of folk in the mainstream radio, M&S have enjoyable songs, my favorites easily being Little Lion Man and The Cave.
|5||Fall Out Boy|
More nostalgic than anything else, their early work is still good, and they did start me on my journey to metal, the very beginning of it. From Under the Cork Tree is a great album.
|Beneath The Skin is so goddamn far from being a guilty pleasure it's unreal. That album is superb.|
The Lumineers are awful though. That fucking Ho Hey song...
|I can't stand 4, but I went to a bachelor party in Boston and we saw them live and damn they sound good live.|
|"Admit it, you love Viva la Vida"|
everyone that unironically "admits" to liking that song needs to be shot
|Guilty pleasures are for the weak|
|The Lumineers, for me, represented everything shitty about the faux-folk movement from like 5-6 years ago. |