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Chevelle Ranked

14 year old me thought they were Breaking Benjamin but boring. 25 year old me thinks they are Breaking Benjamin but infinitely more interesting. This is how I'd rank their releases
This Type Of Thinking (Could Do Us In)

Why is this album last? It feels the most stagnant of their discography. I love it still, but this features less tracks I can pick out and hold up. The Clincher goes hard, Still Running is one of my personal favourites and Vitamin R is also a highlight, but the rest? I really do enjoy them but they don't grab me, they don't hit that spot that gives me goosebumps y'know?

This album is held back by its poor production. It sounds so muddy, it takes away from it so badly. So Long Mother Earth however, is one of the best tracks the band have ever released. I could listen to it on loop
Wonder What's Next

I know it's sacrilege putting this album so low, but for me this album is one of the bands lesser releases. I truly cannot put my finger on what it is. It's great, I love it, but stacking it up to the rest of their discography it just falls a bit flatter than the rest
The North Corridor

Bands heaviest to date. The fans asked for something heavy and the band deliver. Door to Door Cannibals is easily my personal favourite, I love the slow chugging and the obscure lyrics (Kinda describes a lot of their music but y'know). The music video for it is also the bands personal best
Sci-Fi Crimes

I appreciate how raw this album sounds, absolutely no gloss. This is where the bands lyrical content started shifting from personal stories to things like ghosts and UFO's. Jars is one of the bands best tracks, it's very humorous with it's environmental message. It gets it across, but in a way that feels less preachy than you'd expect
La Gárgola

I remember the day this album dropped and I was sorely disappointed. It sounded watered down, like Chevelle were loosing their edge. But it grew on me, and my feelings on it have flipped. I find this to be one of their darkest releases. This appears to be many peoples favourite and I can see why
Vena Sera

This was the first Chevelle album I heard. At the time, all I listened to was Korn and Breaking Benjamin, and this was like those bands but somehow boring? At least, that's how I felt at the time. I was very wrong, this album pummels you from start to finish. My personal favourite track is The Fad, something about the melody in it hits the sweet spot for me. Brainiac is up there, I haven't a clue what Pete is singing about but the lyrics are what grab me.
Hats Off To The Bull

Controversial pick for number one, but out of their entire catalogue, this album is the most fun. This is the closest Chevelle have ever gotten to dropping a pop album, it is filled to the brim with hooks. It's so much fun from start to finish, and deserves much more love than it gets
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