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Heard pretty much everything of hers except 'Bubblebath' (but I'm not sure that's very essential) and most of it is super underrated. Loved Flux and loved EAT, so why not rank it all?
Music to Scream To
I like to just pretend this doesn't exist.
Yeah this is cheesy/cringey, but I'd be lying if I said that it didn't have some guilty pleasures on it. All things considered, I'm glad she moved away from this style.
Highlights: Let's Make a Video, Interweb, Computer Boy
Am I a Girl?
This has the best pop music she ever made, and the heavier tracks toward the end were a welcome surprise as well. Sure it still has some cheesiness, but this is definitely a huge step up from her debut.
Highlights: Time is Up, Play Destroy, X, Aristocrat
This EP is definitely a mixed bag, but the industrial influences are really neat and the highlights are tremendous.
Highlights: Meat, Choke, Voicemail
This album was a bit all over the place, but thankfully most of the experimentation worked well. The worst songs aren't even bad, they're just forgettable.
Highlights: Lessen the Damage, Hysteria, Her, Strange As It Seems
What a weird, wild ride of an album. The industrial/metal elements blend terrifically with her poppy (no pun intended) sound. Bonus points for how good the deluxe version tracks ended up being.
Highlights: I Disagree, BLOODMONEY, Anything Like Me, Sit/Stay, Don't Go Outside
EAT (NXT Soundtrack)
The most chaotic and heavy release of hers is also her best. This EP is maybe one song away from being perfect.
Highlights: Eat, Cue, Say Cheese, Breeders
|I know she's polarizing, but I've got little complaints with Poppy's discography. |
|1 is 1, agreed.|
|Should have ignored music to scream to, just like you ignored 3:36 music to sleep to. You also dismissed ranking the bubble bath ep which lowlife alone makes it a stronger release than .computer (and is her best strictly pop track). Other than that, the ranking is about right, might flip 1 and 2.|
|1 is 1 everything else is trash gg|
|Respectable ranking. Choke would be my personal #1. Also, I'd say Bubblebath is pretty essential as it is the debut release by this project and features "Lowlife", one of her best songs imo, as far as pure pop is concerned.|
|Looks like the general consensus is that I should give Bubblebath a listen! Wasn’t trying to ignore it, just happened to miss it. But I’ll give it a shot sometime today. |
|@Joyful Lowlife is an absolute HIT and I recall the rest being pleasant. I would personally put it ahead of Am I Girl? and .Computer (and all the music to ... series BS).|
|@Feather I gotta hand it to ya, just listened to Bubblebath and am very pleasantly surprised. Wasn’t expecting it to be so much better than her first album. In hindsight I’d probably rank it between 3 and 4. |
|ooo glad to hear you dig it. I remember nothing except Lowlife but I think thats a top song of hers.|
|@Feather Yeah, gave it some thought, and I'd put Bubblebath at #3 and probably give it a 3.8. Lowlife slapped, but I also thought Alter and Money were both super strong tracks. |
|Immature Couture is still her best song.|