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|3.5 great||runaways | April 14th 17|
If Don't Take the Money is any indication, we're getting more of the same and honestly, I can't complain.
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|5.0 classic||Nathaniel | January 25th 18|
A modern pop classic in its purest form--experimental yet accessible, understands it's influences but isn't defined by them, and most importantly, super fucking fun
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|3.5 great||gofrosty | December 18th 18|
I unabashedly love this record. Easily my favorite record from 2017; huge, beautiful hooks and choruses, with plenty of weirdness on the production side of things that keep it interesting. Plus there is an earnestness in the lyrics and much of the vocal delivery that gives it an emotional appeal if those kinds of things resonate with you. Overall thoroughly enjoyable if not terribly ground-breaking. Favorite Tracks: Dream of Mickey Mantle, Don't Take the Money, Everybody Lost Somebody, Foreign Girls.
|4.0 excellent||Lucman | December 24th 17|
How could you possibly hate something so damn catchy? I liked Bleacher's debut, Strange Desire, well enough, but in my eyes, this is even better. It's fun, diverse, and incredibly imaginative.
|3.0 good||MeetMeAtBarItalia | July 2nd 17|
This is definitely an interesting follow-up, and yet it feels less accomplished than Strange Desire, and kind of reminds me of fun.'s Some Nights due to its messy, overblown production, and sometimes plain weird stylistic choices. Still, it is undoubtedly worthwhile, there are great songs on here, and I am a big fan of the way Antonoff closes the record. Speaking of him, I am actually fond of his unprocessed intensity here, but enjoy his attempts at autotune crooning far less. I hope this will grow on me during the year even if the lack of thematic and musical diversity kind of wears on me after a while.
|3.5 great||3waycrash | June 20th 17|
Wasn't quite sure at first how to feel about this, but I think it's a great follow-up to what he did on Strange Desire. It's a lot more subtle and less bombastic than Strange Desire may have been, but there's definite good to be found here. On a side note there were even moments that reminded me of Some Nights which for me is a good thing.
|3.5 great||FlipTrackz | June 8th 17|
A very slight sophomore slump. It's more free form than the first album. The thing that made Strange Desire so great was the tightness in the hooks and production. rP.S: Don't Take The Money and Let's Get Married are grade A tracks
|3.0 good||Veldin | February 21st 21|
|1.5 very poor||gschwen | December 29th 20|
|3.5 great||Handers | November 17th 20|
|2.5 average||Wolfe | June 3rd 20|
|2.5 average||Prole | May 24th 20|
|3.2 good||Sowing STAFF | May 11th 20|
|3.5 great||grello | August 2nd 19|
|3.0 good||JNeu | July 3rd 19|
|4.0 excellent||josh | June 10th 19|
|3.0 good||woxdy | November 19th 18|
|4.0 excellent||Josh | September 23rd 18|
|3.0 good||doqtor | November 12th 17|
|3.5 great||bharry | October 19th 17|
|4.0 excellent||SB129 | June 3rd 17|
|4.0 excellent||ian b. | June 3rd 17|
|4.5 superb||JWT155 | June 2nd 17|
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