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05.19.10 In Flames Albums Ranked

In Flames Albums Ranked

A ranking of each In Flames album, followed by my reason for each.
9In Flames
Lunar Strain

Good album with lots of mixed time signatures, which I like. However, poor
production and a few uninspired riffs make this one a little less entertaining
than the others.
8In Flames
A Sense of Purpose

Each song on this album is either very enjoyable or rather boring, and this
lack of consistency earns the album a lower rank.
7In Flames
Soundtrack to Your Escape

While it's certainly different, it's not necessarily bad. However, the clean
vocals can be annoying and a few songs sound repetitive.
6In Flames

A well-done album, but this one somehow comes across as less interesting
than its predecessors.
5In Flames
Reroute to Remain

This album has some of the greatest material that the band has produced,
but a lot of the rest of it seems to be average. Therefore, like A Sense of
Purpose, it's less consistent than other albums, but it's much more varied
and enjoyable.
4In Flames
The Jester Race

This album sounds very melodic and beautiful, but it lacks variety and
seems to focus a bit too much on the guitars.
3In Flames

A slight improvement over The Jester Race, with more variety, but the
guitars are still given a little too much importance.
2In Flames
Come Clarity

The first album I heard by In Flames, this is quite heavy and fast-paced
while still managing to be varied and interesting.
1In Flames

Truly the best material that In Flames has written. It's melodic like older
albums and catchy like newer albums. The vocals are also much better
here than on any other In Flames album.
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