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Damon Albarn Everyday Robots
Chevelle La Gárgola
There are a couple of decent songs on this album but most is just clich?d filler. The
production is boring and by the numbers. Muffled vocals, stand out lead guitar, choppy
rhythm, fat bass. The album has nothing in the way of originality. I didn't listen to the
last two songs because I was too bored with the album. Yes there are some nice riffs and
decent musicianship and 'take out the gunman' is quite good but in the end it sounded like
badly watered down tool to me.
Marissa Nadler July
'July' is a great example of an album that hovers somewhere between good and great. I
genuinely couldn't decide where in the spectrum it fell until I had listened to it several
times. The opening piece 'Drive' and 'Was it a dream' are both excellent (easily the two
best songs on the album) and '1923', 'We are coming back' and 'Dead city Emily' are all very
good indeed. Unfortunately a lot of the album never attempts to be anything more than 'sweet
sounding female folk artist by numbers' and the album as a whole has quite a samey sound.The
songs arrangements, recording and production is impressiv
Sufjan Stevens The Age of Adz
I must strongly disagree with the reviewer. 'The age of adz' is mediocre at best. In a more
generous and forgiving world she could conceivably be considered borderline average but as
you all know this world is cruel and impatient, and consequently I cannot allow myself to
rate this album at higher than 2.0. I agree that this is somewhat harsh, but I feel Stevens
output with 'The age of adz' merits such disdain. The first song is the only genuinely
listenable piece in this work, the rest is mostly just lazily written songs that reek with
the stench of B-sidedness. Stevens attempts to compensate f
Lykke Li Wounded Rhymes
Wounded Rhymes is probably the best album of 2011 (I didn't listen to them all so I'm not
certain but quite close). All the songs on the album are excellent, 'Love out of lust', 'I
follow rivers' and 'Silent my song' are amazing. Lykke Li is an amazingly good singer. The
song arrangements are beautiful and original. The album flows beautifully from start to
finish. Do yourself a favor and listen to this album A LOT!
Franz Ferdinand Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action
I had to give this album the lowest rating possible. Nothing else can express my sheer anger at the cowardly passivity of Franz Ferdinand in creating this lazy ass piece of junk. The catchiness of two songs on this album don't even begin to compensate for the hastily thrown together filler, B side standard garbage that makes up everything else (even the two 'decent' songs I am referring to bored the hell out of me after a while). Franz Ferdinand have proven with 'Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action' that they no longer believe in themselves a band capable of making good music. They (like many before them) have 'retired' from making good
Machine Head Unto the Locust
This album is phucking outstanding. Tracks 2,3 and 4 are all brilliant and the rest is just great or very good except for track one which is basically shit. The album is brutal and delicious. The bees knees (or in this case the locusts knees!!!!!) XD XD XD

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