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|4.5 superb||luci | June 26th 20|
A masterclass in dance-pop. Jessie Ware delivers all hits with a set of sensual, house-
driven numbers; the swooning majesty of the opener sets the stage for a deep dive into
r&b, freestyle and soul, executed with a simmering confidence. Unlike a certain artist
who got physical this year, Ware brings charisma to her disco revivalism. Pop record to
beat in 2020.
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|4.5 superb||proscett | June 26th 20|
this is future nostalgia in a few years drinking wine in a bathtub
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|4.5 superb||RevengeSoldier | June 29th 20|
I actually can't get over how good this is. Never cared for Jessie before but holy shit, this is fantastic. It feels like a classic from the 80s without pandering to nostalgia in an obtuse manner.
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|4.5 superb||AmericanFlagAsh | June 26th 20|
"This could well have been any artist from the 70s/80s singing on these tracks."
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|2.5 average||PistolPete | June 30th 20|
Sometimes it's hard to critique albums that are doing nothing more than merely celebrating a past era/genre. This one is done well, but what personality of her own is really coming through the tracks? What new ideas are offered? I can't think of many examples. So the album gets high praise for copying an old musical period? At least Future Nostalgia felt like Dua Lipa's own creation. This could well have been any artist from the 70s/80s singing on these tracks.
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|5.0 classic||alamo | June 27th 20|
cant wait to work out to some of these songs
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|3.5 great||daisukesato | July 3rd 20|
While the disco/synth-funk influences overstay their welcome a little for my taste, it's still an amazing collection of well written, emotionally mature club bangers.
|4.0 excellent||Chambered79 | July 2nd 20|
I simultaneously feel like I've heard this all
and never heard it before. This is the real
Future Nostalgia. Title track rules.
|4.5 superb||ajcollins15 | June 29th 20|
Welcome to Future Nostalgia?s mother. Jessie Ware is a London based artist who is one of the few artists who can go toe to toe with the likes of Fiona Apple and Kate Bush at the same time. On her newest release ?What?s Your Pleasure? she jumps headfirst into the nu-disco trend. Not only does she execute it with flying colors, but she continues the huge influence of people like Robyn and Kate Bush without staying true to her own house tinted soundscapes. From start to finish you will be shown the mature world of Jessie Ware and what it likes to dance all night with the one you love, while also being dazzled by the lush atmosphere that she produces. Honestly, every song on her completely teleports you back to the ?70s, while also reminding you that this is 2020 with all the smooth funky disco beats but the amazing production of the modern era. There is absolutely nothing wrong here it?s just the one song ?Adore You? is a minuscule step down from the rest of the tracks here. Otherwise, this is a perfectly executed record, and everyone deserves to listen to this record. Actually, I mandate you to listen to this record because if it wasn?t for that one track this would be a perfect record.
|4.0 excellent||HBFS | July 4th 20|
|4.0 excellent||kevbogz | June 30th 20|
|3.5 great||Corney | June 30th 20|
|4.3 superb||Rudy K. STAFF | June 29th 20|
|4.0 excellent||ghworin | June 29th 20|
|4.0 excellent||tyler | June 28th 20|
|4.5 superb||aiioli | June 28th 20|
|4.0 excellent||Zeneren | June 26th 20|
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