|HAIM Women In Music, Pt. III
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|4.0 excellent||Slex CONTRIBUTOR | June 26th 20|
All 3 sisters turn in a wonderful performance but it's Danielle Haim who truly stands out here, delivering an emotionally raw and openly vulnerable star turn. Meanwhile, this is the trio's definitive moment thus far, with just as strong of an emphasis on rhythm, groove and mood as on perfecting the sisters' brand of tightly coiled pop rock. A triumph by all accounts.
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|0.0 ||zakalwe | June 26th 20|
Having suffered the inevitable inner band turmoil brought about by the death of their manager and musical differences that surfaced as a result of the direction the band were to take the trio offer up a no holds barred assault on all those disbelievers who dared question their chances and temerity. Unbelievably the sisters have delivered a modern classic encompassing rage, pain, abandonment and dissolution leading to hope strength and love that will remain a record of the ages and prove beyond doubt that they are truly one of the greatest bands in recorded history. What the future brings who knows but while works of artistic fury such as this are brought to the table the present is extraordinarily bright. You should know by now.
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|3.0 good||Chamora | July 3rd 20|
Really superb indie pop, honestly. I feel like the HAIM sisters thrive on their charisma as much ras they do on their music chops, but does it really matter so long as at the end of the day you renjoy the album?
|4.0 excellent||chilledpunkrock | July 1st 20|
I do miss the sound of songs like Want You Back, but this is an amazing album regardless and probably their best full album experience yet. The messier production really works for them in a way I didn't think it would.
|3.5 great||brochenski | June 30th 20|
Album is a fun listen, but overall nothing really ground-breaking or outstanding here.
|2.5 average||ajcollins15 | June 29th 20|
I would imagine most people have heard of the three-piece sister band from California, Haim. They took both the radio scene and the reviewing scene by storm with their 2013 record ?Days Are Gone? which was a mature sounding pop-rock album with a lot of personalities from the three sisters. So many people wondered what they would do next, well in 2017 they followed it up with a subpar record ?Something to Tell You? where they tried to rehash the joy and simplicity of their previous release, with lackluster success. Now they are their third release ?Women In Music, Pt. III?. A similar scope and style as their debut, but sonically this record is all over the place, as well as their influences. The reason ?Days Are Gone? was so popular was because it captured the nuance of 90?s pop rock, without selling it sort. While on this record the trio looks for a new direction and sound. However, instead of picking on sound, they create a hodgepodge of styles from alternative country to synth-pop. Honestly, there are only two lackluster songs on this record in my eyes, but there is nothing that makes me think, wow they should explore that style or sound. For example, several songs on here give me Fleetwood Mac vibes (especially ?Leaning on You?), but I would rather listen to the original. Or ?I Know Alone? sounds like an original Charlie XCX song from 2013, which I would rather listen to Charlie?s version. So, this record is a carbon copy of many different artists and songs, that I would rather listen to the original than this.
|4.0 excellent||Murat | June 27th 20|
The third time the HAIM trio delight us with the album. This time we hear something very distant and well forgotten old, but made with high quality and with its own zest.r
|2.5 average||ColeT | June 26th 20|
There?s been a crazy amount of really good pop albums in 2020. This is not one of them.
|4.0 excellent||bigguytoo9 | June 26th 20|
It's pretty excellent but not as good as zakalwe will have you believe. This album could stand the test of time but we wont know for years to come.
|4.5 superb||mvdu | June 26th 20|
One of the freshest sounding pop albums you will hear. Each song becomes like its own journey into the soul, feelings and talent of HAIM.
|4.0 excellent||ian b | June 29th 20|
|3.7 great||Rudy K. STAFF | June 29th 20|
|4.0 excellent||hamid95 | June 29th 20|
|4.5 superb||alamo | June 28th 20|
|3.5 great||JS19 | June 26th 20|
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