|Frank Zappa - Guitar |
It's an official studio album, but really just 2 discs of guitar solos.
|Talking Heads - none of them because I haven't heard anything after Speaking In Tongues|
Tallest Man on Earth - none of them cause he has no bad albums
Young Thug - I Came From Nothing
|fave band? prolly judas priest, and worst album prolly demolition or nostradamus|
|"Talking Heads - none of them because I haven't heard anything after Speaking In Tongues"|
Check Little Creatures, it's underrated as fuck. Your least favorite will probably be True Stories or Naked like the rest of us
|Once I move on from the first 5, I will for sure. I heard it has some songs everyone agrees are great.|
|The opener and closer are the hits|
I love Television Man the most though
|The Cure - Wild Mood Swings|
|Depeche Mode - Exciter|
|the national - the national|
you'd think that more the national was a good thing
|i was just trying to think of what my least favourite regina spektor album was the other day, at a push i'd probably say Songs is at least my least played of hers so i'd have to default to it|
|the national - the national |
it's crazy to me that this and Alligator were released 4 years apart, the s/t is a 2.5 at best and Alligator is imo the best album ever made
|Dazzle vision - origin of Dazzle |
Let me start by saying it is a good album. If we are talking about the original release the album's biggest problem is the production value as the album can be slightly headache-inducing (the original 2004 version is even worse, but for all purposes, I am talking about 2006 re-release which is the one on this site).
There is also the fact one-third of the album's runtime is taken by a drone track (which tbh is actually one of my favorite drone tracks, however, there is less content in the conventional sense as a result). Their only stent in melodic death metal was solid here, and also features a bit of a nu-metal influence that would later become the primary sound on "Camilia Japonica"
Speaking of, when it comes to the rest of the bands disog. which features the likes of the "to the next", "Kirari", "FINAL ATTACK" (yes i know the whole shoving Metalcore, Electrocore EDM, Dubstep, j-pop down a mixer is controversial, but I love it, as can clearly be seen by 5ing the album) and even the rather soft "Crystal Children" are all absolute titans in the realm of J-rock/J-metal! So a rough around the edges debut whose the main factor is being as aggressively passionate as possible (or in the case of the outro, trying to give the listener as many nightmares as possible) the album has no chance of stacking up towards the rest.
Btw my average rating of their studio albums is 4.58 (4.8 if you took out this album) so that should tell for me how big of a gap their is between their debut and the rest of their studio disogrophy.
|Thrice - Palms|
Underoath - Erase me
The Strokes - Comedown Machine or Angles equally terrible
|Cult of Luna - Mariner|
Neurosis - Enemy of the Sun
Opeth - Ghost Reveries and Sorceress
Ulcerate - Destroyers of All
|Morbid Angel - ilud Divinum Insanus|
Monster Magnet - monolithic
Dissection - Reinkaos
King Crimson - Beat
|neurosis- pain of mind|
just kind of a run of the mill crust punk record. not bad by any means but certainly not on the level of the rest of their discog
|Rush - Test For Echo|
Enslaved - Blodhemn
Tears For Fears - Raoul and The Kings Of Spain
|pika those CoL and Neurosis picks are downright blasphemous|
Im gonna go with Converge - Halo in a Haystack
|Porcupine Tree - On the Sunday of Life|
It's Steven Wilson's meme album, what do you expect?
|donchivo i'm coming for you Beat is such an amazing album. if anything three of a perfect pair is the weak link in that trio of records|
|to respond to the list prompt itself:|
mgmt's selft titled album, and that's saying something because oracular spectacular was g a r b a g e as a whole
|Seiko Oomori - kitixxxgaia|
in some ways one of her most important albums in its metamorphosis from angry high school wine mum sarkiness into sharpass social critique, but too stuffed with undercooked idol pop tribute anthems to compete with anything else in her otherwise perfect discog :[
also Unwound - s/t but this one is okay because it's punk af and slams hard
|like donchivo have you even heard the first half of Beat. it is perfect though I'll admit Heartbeat is a grower because of the cheeeeeese but Waiting Man might be one of the best tunes they ever ever made|
|Radiohead - Pablo Honey|
Just a pretty average 90s rock album. Nothing too terrible but also not particulary exciting
|@normal: Nope, it's not. It has his moments here and there, but the pop songs are very weak. Belew's singing is just not good enough for voice centered pop. This one has the most pop songs of ny of the 80s trio of KC albums and thus definitely their weakest. A 3 at best....|
|and Neurotica is the only tune here that might sneak into a top 50 KC song list...|
|"Belew's singing is just not good enough for voice centered pop."|
'they fit togetherrrrrr like 2 handdsssss, 2 haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaandsssI'm a face in the painting on the wall...I pose and shutterrrrrr and watch from the foot of the bed"
he doesn't have a perfect voice but I absolutely shiver when he sings this. I really love his vocals on everything he did with Crimson, much of which is informed by 'voice centered pop'. I guess you could say I don't agree with you there. : )
|200% electronica by george clanton |
100% electronica if it was boring and unmemorable ambient music.