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|Don Broco Ranked|
Been jamming 'Amazing Things,' and I figure its been long enough since I've made a list. Life gets pretty busy!
Definitely not bad, but probably their most forgettable release. Also the poppiest they've ever sounded.
Highlights: I Got Sick, You Wanna Know, Further
Solid debut, and clearly influenced by pop-punk. For the most part, this still holds up today.
Highlights: Whole Truth, Fancy Dress, Actors
Their most diverse release to date, and in many ways their heaviest too. Monstar1790 put it best: it doesn't reach the same heights as 'Technology' but it's much more consistent.
Highlights: Manchester Super Reds No. 1 Fan, Bruce Willis, Bad 4 Ur Health, One True Prince
Man this album is fun to listen to! Sure it's a bit bloated; there's no reason this had to be 16 tracks. The highlights are so good though, and this is definitely their best album.
Highlights: T-Shirt Song, Everybody, Pretty, Porkies, Got to Be You
|First list in months! Life comes at you pretty fast and shit gets busy. Really wish I could be a more active participant here on this site, but I'm doing my best!|
|I'd go something like Priorities > Technology > Amazing Things = Automatic|
I like all of their albums tho, and I'd say Big Fat Smile is their best work lol
|I can respect that. Funny enough, Big Fat Smile is the only thing of theirs I haven't heard. I don't think it's on Spotify. |
|Def hit it up on youtube or something at least, it's really good and has a much different sound than the albums. Way less poppy and more alt rock/emo/post hardcore|