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5.0 classic
Anderson .Paak Malibu
Arcade Fire Funeral
Arctic Monkeys Favourite Worst Nightmare
Arctic Monkeys Humbug
Beach House Teen Dream
Brand New Deja Entendu
Brand New The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me
Brand New Leaked Demos 2006
Bright Eyes I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning
Brockhampton SATURATION
Brockhampton SATURATION II
Brockhampton SATURATION III
Brockhampton Ginger
Carly Rae Jepsen Emotion
Carly Rae Jepsen Dedicated Side B
Charli XCX Charli
clipping. Midcity
clipping. Splendor and Misery
clipping. Visions of Bodies Being Burned
Clipse Hell Hath No Fury
Danny Brown The Hybrid
David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars
David Bowie Hunky Dory
Death Cab for Cutie Transatlanticism
Death Grips Year of the Snitch
Disclosure Settle
Eric B and Rakim Paid in Full
Everything Everything Man Alive
Everything Everything Arc
Everything Everything Get to Heaven
Everything Everything A Fever Dream
Frank Ocean channel ORANGE
Frank Ocean Blonde
Fugees The Score
Grinderman Grinderman
IDLES Joy as an Act of Resistance
James Blake The Colour in Anything
Janelle Monae Dirty Computer
Kanye West The College Dropout
Kanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
Kendrick Lamar good kid, m.A.A.d city
Kendrick Lamar To Pimp a Butterfly
Kid Cudi Man on the Moon: The End of Day
Kids See Ghosts Kids See Ghosts
Part 3 of the Wyoming Sessions sees Kanye West connect with long time collaborator and protege Kid Cudi. It can be said that both artists are perhaps five years late to the party, but oh boy...Kids See Ghosts is the best thing both artists have put out in a long time. There are hints and spades of both artists in this...808's, MOTM...all these albums are obvious points of references, but Kids See Ghosts doesn't ever feel like a mere continuation of those sounds, but rather a natural evolution. The rock elements are executed best here than on any of their solo projects. It really serves as a reminder of what made us fall in love with the Cudder and Yeezy in the first place. While it cannot be overstated how essential Cudi is to this project, holy shit...this is some of Kanye's best bars ever. He doesn't have a weak performance on any of these tracks. His verse on Cudi Montage is top 3 Ye for me. This is the best Wyoming project...it's cohesive, innovative, well produced, lyrically dense, grandiose, meditative and beautiful. This is their beautiful dark twisted fantasy.
Lorde Pure Heroine
Lorde Melodrama
Mac Miller Swimming
Mac Miller Circles
Madvillain Madvillainy
My Chemical Romance The Black Parade
Neutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
Nicholas Britell If Beale Street Could Talk: Soundtrack
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Abattoir Blues/The Lyre Of Orpheus
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Murder Ballads
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Let Love In
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Skeleton Tree
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds The Mercy Seat
Nirvana Bleach
OutKast Speakerboxxx/The Love Below
OutKast Aquemini
Perfume Genius Learning
Playboi Carti Die Lit
Portishead Dummy
Radiohead Kid A
Radiohead OK Computer
Radiohead In Rainbows
Rina Sawayama Sawayama
Sophie Bipp/Elle
Sophie Product
Sufjan Stevens Carrie and Lowell
Sylvan Esso Free Love
Talking Heads Remain in Light
Talking Heads Speaking in Tongues
Talking Heads Stop Making Sense
The 1975 The 1975
The 1975 I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It
The 1975 The 1975 (Deluxe Edition)
The 1975 A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships
The Beatles Abbey Road
The Beatles The Beatles
The Clash London Calling
The Cure Disintegration
The Hotelier Home, Like NoPlace Is There
The Last Shadow Puppets The Age Of The Understatement
The Last Shadow Puppets Everything You've Come To Expect
The Smiths Louder Than Bombs
The Smiths The Queen Is Dead
The Smiths The Smiths
The Weeknd House of Balloons
The Weeknd Trilogy
Weezer Pinkerton
Weezer Weezer
Weezer Everything Will Be Alright in the End
Weezer The White Album
Weyes Blood Titanic Rising
Xiu Xiu A Promise

4.5 superb
Anderson .Paak Ventura
Arctic Monkeys Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
Arctic Monkeys Brianstorm
Arctic Monkeys Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino
Billie Eilish When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Despite already having the opinion that Eilish is fake deep, I went into this with an open mind. For one because I generally love pop as long as it doesn't take itself too seriously. Not to mention there are countless other artists who have cringey public personas that I love once I checked out their music. rBut...this is not one of those instances. Billie Eilish's debut is just barely enough to stomach, which means it'll be hyped up for the remainder of the year like it isn't anything anyone could make. There are some interesting ideas in here, but it has all these unnecessary generic trap influenced beats and mindlessly dull lyrics. And that's not even mentioning Eilish's bored singing. Her bored voice would be fine if it had any kind of uniqueness to it, but it doesn't. In the end, Billie Eilish's debut record ends up being forgettable, generic, and downright cringeworthy.
Blood Orange Negro Swan
Blu and Exile Miles
Bon Iver For Emma, Forever Ago
Brand New Daisy
Bring Me the Horizon Post Human: Survival Horror
Brockhampton Iridescence
Brockhampton Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine
Charli XCX Vroom Vroom
Charli XCX Focus/No angel
Childish Gambino "Awaken, My Love!"
Christine and the Queens La vita nuova
CHVRCHES The Bones of What You Believe
clipping. CLPPNG
Coldplay Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends
Daft Punk Random Access Memories
Danny Brown XXX
Danny Brown Atrocity Exhibition
Danny Brown uknowhatimsayin¿
Hot take: this isn't as much of a step down from Atrocity Exhibition as most people pretend it is. Maybe it's my more pop centric ear, but for my money, this is some of the best bars Danny has laid on a record and the hooooksss are so catchy. I really fail to find a dud in the entire tracklist and though the record is brief, it still feels incredibly cohesive. Sure there's not much of a narrative thread but that in and of itself is a narrative thread (since Danny is aware of the fact) and I think we give Atrocity Exhibition too much credit for its themes. Like sure, there are some significantly depressing hip hop tunes on there but there's also stuff like "Get Hi" which really don't feel like they add much to the album's themes. Also, every single feature on here is absolute heat. Obongjayer kills it on both his features, while Run the Jewels deliver two excellent, clever verses on 3 Tears, a big highlight. I particularly love El-P's "MMM...FOOD" reference. I just really fail to find anything here to critique honestly. If you're not going into this expecting something really heavy and deep, you're gonna enjoy this I think.
David Bowie Blackstar
Denzel Curry Zuu
Denzel Curry and Kenny Beats Unlocked
Earl Sweatshirt Doris
Earl Sweatshirt I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside
Earl Sweatshirt Some Rap Songs
Fiona Apple Fetch The Bolt Cutters
Frank Ocean Endless
Freddie Gibbs and Madlib Bandana
Freddie Gibbs and The Alchemist Alfredo
Gorillaz Gorillaz
You know that feeling when you finally check an artist that pretty much everyone you know loves? You feel as if you've missed out on so many years with that artist, but you also feel so happy that you have a collection of excellent music to discover. That's how I felt upon listening to Gorillaz' debut for the first time. It's a collection of trip hop tracks that are catchy or despondent or sometimes both. And it's nothing short of a remarkable accomplishment. It's just so good...but you know that already. I wasn't expecting to love this album as quickly as I did but it's pretty much all I've been listening to this week. My only complaint is that I do think it could be a little shorter because of how vibey each song is, at times I do find myself starting to grow tired a little. But still...the highs are so high and so frequent.
HAIM Women In Music, Pt. III
HMLTD West of Eden
IDLES Ultra Mono
Injury Reserve Injury Reserve
A significant improvement over their past two projects. While it may not have the highs of Floss (Bad Boys 3, S on Ya Chest), it is far more consistent. I'm kind of confused by the complaints of there not being that much Groggs? I feel like he's here a normal amount. There are some moments that I don't like, namely Groggs reusing the same line on a different song. It was most likely intentional, but it's not framed in a way that's obvious so it comes off as if it were unfinished. Similarly, detours like Hello?! and Qwerty Interlude come off as unnecessary and ruin the flow of the album. Some cuts also feel like they depend too much on their features rather than adding to the strength of the songs. rBest Tracks: Jawbreaker, GTFU, Gravy n Biscuits, Rap Song TutorialrWorst Track: Hello?!
James Blake James Blake
Kanye West 808s and Heartbreak
Kanye West Yeezus
Kanye West ye
Kanye West has basically done it at all at this point in his lengthy career. Ye arrives as one of his more introspective releases, touching on his marriage, his children, and his recent controversies. These sparse seven songs are all fantastic - some ranging from grandiose, others are BANGERS, and then there are a few sad boy ballads. As with almost all post-MBDTF Kanye releases, there's some bad lyricism, but most of it is pretty solid. While some of the Wyoming releases don't feel like an album, Ye feels like a complete journey with a great opener and a solid closer. Also...Ghost Town...so yeah. Phenomenal album, I think.
Kendrick Lamar Overly Dedicated
Kendrick Lamar untitled unmastered.
Kevin Abstract American Boyfriend: A Suburban Love Story
Lady Gaga The Fame Monster
Laura Marling Song For Our Daughter
Lianne La Havas Lianne La Havas
Lido Pimienta Miss Colombia
M83 Saturdays=Youth
Mac DeMarco This Old Dog
MF DOOM Operation: Doomsday
This makes for a really great starting point with DOOM, in retrospect. It isn't the typical "I'm sitting on a bat, I'm sitting on a cat" rapping typical of KMD, but it also isn't quite the abstract rapping of Madvillainy. It's just the right amount of DOOM's character with accessible rapping. The thing most admirable about this album is just how lo-fi and unpolished it sounds. I find it admirable because it just gives you this feeling that Dumile just had this insatiable itch to rhyme. Every verse on this thing - not just from DOOM but also from his cohorts - sounds so vital, so gritty, and just so good. You don't get that sense on a lot of albums. The skits become a little too much at times, but I do like how they divide the album into different segments. Overall, a really excellent hip hop record that for my money doesn't really have any low lows, it's just not *quite* peak DOOM.
Miley Cyrus Plastic Hearts
Mitski Be the Cowboy
Natalia Lafourcade Un Canto por México‚ Vol․ 1
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Henry's Dream
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds The Good Son
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Tender Prey
Nirvana In Utero
NxWorries Yes Lawd!
OutKast ATLiens
Paris Hilton Paris
Perfume Genius No Shape
Phoebe Bridgers Punisher
Poppy Am I a Girl?
Poppy finally finds her voice by not forcing it. Where Poppy.Computer was nothing more than a rip off of everything unique in pop, Am I a Girl? embraces itself by just being a simple pop album. Gone is the ultra forced references to computers and technology. rEven the detours into heavy metal all work. They're self aware, catchy, and even a little hard. This was easily the best pop album of the year, and eventually it'll be embraced as such. rBest Tracks: Aristocrat, Girls in Bikinis, Play Destroy, Hard FeelingsrWorst Track: Iconic (which still fucks)
Poppy Choke
Poppy's "Vroom Vroom" moment. Only wish it were a full length...but this is the shape of pop to come, I think?
Radiohead Amnesiac
Radiohead The Bends
Ravyn Lenae Crush
Rina Sawayama RINA
Rosalia El Mal Querer
Sampha Process
Solange When I Get Home
Sophie Oil of Every Pearl's Un-Insides
Steve Lacy (USA-CA) Steve Lacy's Demo
Sufjan Stevens The Ascension
Taylor Swift Red
The 1975 Notes on a Conditional Form
The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour
The Cure The Head on the Door
The Cure Seventeen Seconds
The Koreatown Oddity Little Dominques Nosebleed
The Roots undun
The Smiths Strangeways, Here We Come
The Wonder Years Suburbia I've Given You All and Now I'm Nothing
The Wonder Years The Greatest Generation
Tkay Maidza Last Year Was Weird, Vol. 2
Tyler, the Creator Flower Boy

4.0 excellent
070 Shake Modus Vivendi
100 Gecs 1000 gecs
100 Gecs 1000 Gecs and the Tree of Clues
Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties We Don't Have Each Other
Adrianne Lenker songs
Angel Olsen All Mirrors
Arctic Monkeys AM
Arctic Monkeys Crying Lightning
Arctic Monkeys Cornerstone
Bartees Strange Live Forever
beabadoobee Fake It Flowers
Bjork Debut
Blood Orange Cupid Deluxe
Blood Orange Freetown Sound
Blood Orange Angel's Pulse
Bon Iver Bon Iver, Bon Iver
Bring Me the Horizon Sempiternal
Brockhampton WILDFIRE, TRUMAN, DIANA
Bruno Mars 24K Magic
Car Seat Headrest Twin Fantasy (Face to Face)
Carly Rae Jepsen Emotion: Side B
Caroline Polachek Pang
Charli XCX Number 1 Angel
Charli XCX How I'm Feeling Now
No more metalheads. Society has progressed past the need for metalheads.
Childish Gambino 03.15.20
Chloe x Halle Ungodly Hour
CHVRCHES Every Open Eye
clipping. There Existed an Addiction to Blood
Coldplay A Rush of Blood to the Head
Coldplay Parachutes
Common Be
DangerDoom The Mouse And The Mask
I don't have much to say about The Mouse & the Mask except that it's pretty much as good as you can expect a DOOM album to be. People really overstate how annoying the Adult Swim references are because they really don't factor into DOOM's bars as much as they seem like they will (aside from A.T.H.F. of course...which is still a great song). I guess it helps that I grew up watching these shows but I'm sure that's true of a lot of people. Danger Mouse's production has nothing on DOOM's or Madlib's but hey, it's still one of the greatest rappers on a fine ass beat. Also, the feature list on here is insane - Talib Kwali, Cee-Lo Green, and Ghostface (and even Black Thought on a bonus track) and they all kill it. That hook on "Benzi Box" has to be one of the best hooks in DOOM's whole discography. This isn't quite S-tier DOOM but it's definitely A-tier for my money. Definitely recommend this one.
Daniel Caesar Freudian
Death Grips Bottomless Pit
Dorian Electra Flamboyant
Dua Lipa Future Nostalgia
Earl Sweatshirt EARL
Fall Out Boy Take This to Your Grave
Fall Out Boy From Under the Cork Tree
Freddie Gibbs and Madlib Pinata
fun. Aim and Ignite
Gorillaz Demon Days
IDLES Brutalism
Injury Reserve Live From The Dentist Office
James Blake Assume Form
Jay-Z 4:44
Jean Dawson Pixel Bath
Kacey Musgraves Golden Hour
Kali Uchis Por Vida
Kanye West Late Registration
Kanye West The Life of Pablo
Kendrick Lamar DAMN.
Kevin Abstract ARIZONA BABY
King Geedorah Take Me to Your Leader
King Krule The OOZ
Lady Gaga Born This Way
Lady Gaga Joanne
Lana Del Rey Norman Fucking Rockwell!
Mac DeMarco 2
Megan Thee Stallion Fever
Michael Jackson Thriller
Mitski Puberty 2
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Nocturama
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Dig, Lazarus, Dig!
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Live Seeds
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Push The Sky Away
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Ghosteen
Nick Cave and Warren Ellis Carnage
Nirvana Nevermind
Noname Telefone
Noname Room 25
Of Monsters and Men My Head is an Animal
OutKast Stankonia
OutKast Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik
Panic! at the Disco A Fever You Can't Sweat Out
Paramore Paramore
Perfume Genius Set My Heart On Fire Immediately
Phoebe Bridgers Copycat Killer
Pierce the Veil Collide with the Sky
Porridge Radio Every Bad
Radiohead A Moon Shaped Pool
Run the Jewels RTJ4
Solange A Seat at the Table
Talking Heads More Songs About Buildings and Food
Talking Heads Talking Heads: 77
Taylor Swift 1989
The Clash The Clash
The Hotelier It Never Goes Out
The Internet Hive Mind
The Smiths Rank
The Strokes The New Abnormal
The Weeknd Starboy
The Wonder Years The Upsides
The Wonder Years No Closer to Heaven
The xx xx
Thom Yorke The Eraser
Thom Yorke Suspiria
Tierra Whack Whack World
Tyler, the Creator Bastard
Tyler, the Creator IGOR
Viagra Boys Welfare Jazz
Waxahatchee Saint Cloud

3.5 great
Amine Good For You
Beach House Depression Cherry
Bleachers Strange Desire
Brand New 3 Demos, Reworked
Brockhampton All-American Trash
Chance the Rapper Coloring Book
Charli XCX Pop 2
Childish Gambino Because the Internet
David Bowie "Heroes"
Drake More Life
Fall Out Boy Folie a Deux
Frank Ocean Nostalgia, Ultra.
Grimes Miss Anthropocene
Jay-Z and Kanye West Watch the Throne
Kanye West Graduation
Kid Cudi Man on the Moon III: The Chosen
Lady Gaga Artpop
Lady Gaga Chromatica
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper A Star is Born
Lizzo Cuz I Love You
MGMT Little Dark Age
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds The Boatman's Call
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds From Her To Eternity
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Your Funeral... My Trial
Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York (DVD)
Panic! at the Disco Death of a Bachelor
Pusha T DAYTONA
The first entry of Kanye West's Wyoming Sessions, Daytona is an impeccably produced and lyrically intricate album from Pusha T. These two things, however, feel at odds with each other. While Kanye West's production is once again captivating...I much prefer hearing Pusha T rap over Neptunes beats. Kanye cannot rap as well as Pusha, but there's no denying these are beats Yeezy would sound great over. And that's not to say Pusha T doesn't deliver BARS, he does, but every now in then there's a weird sample thrown in that throws off the track. Take for example, Come Back Baby, a track that has a banger beat but an old sample shoehorned in just for the sake of the song having a hook. Pusha's the kind of rapper who doesn't need to depend on a hook to latch on to a listener. Aside from that...I don't feel like the album has much of a theme to it. Not all albums need one, but this just feels like good song after good song. But...very few GREAT songs. I'd say Santeria and If You Know, You Know are the best. Don't get the hype for this...it's pretty well produced and rapped, but...that isn't enough :/
Radiohead Pablo Honey
Radiohead The King of Limbs
Rosalia Los Angeles
Solange True
Steve Lacy (USA-CA) Apollo XXI
Compton bisexual singer-producer Steve Lacy seemingly struck gold on his debut Demos EP which featured sugary short lofi R&B tracks with some sweet guitar work. While that EP wasn't anything groundbreaking, it was enough to solidify Lacy as a voice to watch in the industry for me. Two years later, Lacy has dropped his debut album, Apollo XXI. Unfortunately, it played out just how I imagined...it isn't very good. I mean, it could've been a lot worse but there just isn't much here to latch on to. It feels like Lacy thinks writing a good hook means repeating the same phrase over and over again (N Side, Like Me). I also realize now how much the lofiness added to Lacy's music - with it gone, it feels like the authenticity is missing. But even still...this album is worth a listen, and I can probably see it growing on me as there's some nice instrumentation, vocals and hooks. Favorite tracks are Only If, Playground, Amandla's Interlude, and Basement. Worst track is probably N Side?
SZA Ctrl
The Smiths Meat Is Murder
The Weeknd After Hours
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross Soul (Original Motion Picture Score)
Weezer OK Human

3.0 good
Ameer Vann EMMANUEL
Amine Limbo
Anderson .Paak Oxnard
Anderson .Paak's hotly anticipated follow up to the deliciously soulful Malibu is a bit of a disappointment. It seems Dre persuaded .Paak to focus on more of a rap sound than the R&B sound of past releases. While there are some pretty good moments here, and a lot of the songs are moderately catchy, there isn't much to chew on lyrically here. It's a nice record to put in the background, but it just doesn't do anything to really hook you in. I settled on a 3 because it's not the WORST thing ever, but it really does fall victim to sophomore slump (even though this is his third record).rBest Tracks: Tints, Brothers Keeper, Who R U?, Smile/PettyrWorst Track: Saviers Road
Arctic Monkeys Suck It and See
Ariana Grande Sweetener
Blood Orange Coastal Grooves
Brand New Your Favorite Weapon
Brand New Science Fiction
Brockhampton Saturation Drafts
Carly Rae Jepsen Dedicated
Childish Gambino Kauai
Childish Gambino Summer Pack
Fall Out Boy Infinity on High
Injury Reserve Floss
Injury Reserve Drive It Like It's Stolen!
Kid Cudi Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’
Lady Gaga The Fame
Moses Sumney grae
Mount Eerie A Crow Looked At Me
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Kicking Against The Pricks
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds The Firstborn Is Dead
Paramore After Laughter
Poppy I Disagree
R.A.P. Ferreira purple moonlight pages
Radiohead Hail to the Thief
Ravyn Lenae Midnight Moonlight
Sault (UK) Untitled (Rise)
Taylor Swift Folklore
Taylor Swift Evermore
Teyana Taylor K.T.S.E.
The Internet Feel Good
The Internet Ego Death
The xx I See You
Tyler, the Creator Wolf
Tyler, the Creator Cherry Bomb

2.5 average
Ariana Grande Thank U, Next
Bruno Mars Doo-Wops & Hooligans
Bruno Mars Unorthodox Jukebox
Childish Gambino Camp
13 songs of Childish Gambino complaining about how he isn't perceived as Black enough. Nice production, decent hooks...Glover is undeniably talented, but this lacks any rhyme to its reason. Rarely does Gambino come through with a song filled with more than just clever one liners. But there is certainly room for growth, and he only got better with each album
Drake Take Care
Everything Everything RE-ANIMATOR
Fall Out Boy Save Rock and Roll
Fontaines D.C. A Hero's Death
HMLTD Hate Music Last Time Delete EP
Jessie Ware What's Your Pleasure?
Kelela Take Me Apart
Kevin Abstract MTV1987
Kid Cudi Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager
Soundtrack (Film) Black Panther The Album
Ulcerate Stare Into Death and Be Still
Vampire Weekend Father Of The Bride
Vince Staples Big Fish Theory

2.0 poor
Black Country, New Road For the first time
Bleachers Gone Now
Bon Iver 22, A Million
Daniel Caesar Case Study 01
Ultimate cornball Daniel Caesar has always been somewhere nestled between the Frank Oceans and the Brent Faiyazes of R&B. His debut record Freudian wasn't a game changer, but it was a great record nonetheless. Whatever Caesar did next would establish where he stood as an artist. Enter Case Study 01 - Caesar's sophomore record dropped with nearly no promotion. And ugh...what a letdown. There's nothing memorable here, except maybe a few sparse moments on tracks here and there. The lyricism is godawful and comes off as someone trying to sound deep ("complexity / come get with me / in spite of thee"). The lyricism on Freudian wasn't great, but the music was pretty enough to make up for it. Here...the music is wallpaper R&B. It really doesn't help that Caesar was never such a fiery singer. On Freudian, it was used to his advantage but here, nothing makes Daniel stick out. It's a shame to see such a promising talent release such a subpar record.
Deftones Ohms
Fall Out Boy American Beauty/American Psycho
food house food house
Kali Uchis Drunken Babble
Kid Cudi Speedin' Bullet 2 Heaven
King Krule Man Alive!
Nas NASIR
After Kids See Ghosts and Daytona, there's no way this couldn't have been great. But then it wasn't! Even the kind of good tracks like Cops Shot the Kid are painfully annoying. Not to mention, there's just nothing here that you couldn't find done better on TPAB or any other politically conscious hip hop record. Oh well
Of Monsters and Men Beneath the Skin
Soccer Mommy Color Theory
The Weeknd My Dear Melancholy,

1.5 very poor
JPEGMAFIA All My Heroes Are Cornballs
Thundercat It Is What It Is
Tyler, the Creator Goblin

1.0 awful
6ix9ine DAY69
"imagine being so out of touch that you think this is everything wrong with modern hip-hop meanwhile listening to brockhampton, migos and kendrick lamar"rGODDAMN THAT'S EDGYr
AJR OK Orchestra
Ariel Pink Ariel Rosenberg's Thrash and Burn: Pre
ASAP Rocky Live.Love.A$AP.
ASAP Rocky LONG.LIVE.A$AP
ASAP Rocky At.Long.Last.A$AP
ASAP Rocky TESTING
Big Sean Finally Famous: The Album
Big Sean Hall of Fame
Big Sean Dark Sky Paradise
Big Sean I Decided.
Bladee Eversince
Bladee Redlight
Bladee Icedancer
Bladee Exeter
Bladee 333
Car Seat Headrest Making a Door Less Open
Conan Gray Kid Krow
Dominic Fike Don't Forget About Me, Demos
Dominic Fike What Could Possibly Go Wrong
Drake Dark Lane Demo Tapes
Green Day American Idiot
Joji Chloe Burbank Volume 1
Joji In Tongues
Joji BALLADS 1
Joji Nectar
JPEGMAFIA EP!
Kanye West Jesus Is King
Lana Del Rey Chemtrails Over The Country Club
Logic Supermarket (Soundtrack)
Logic No Pressure
Marilyn Manson Antichrist Superstar
Marilyn Manson Mechanical Animals
Marilyn Manson Holy Wood
Marilyn Manson The Golden Age of Grotesque
Marilyn Manson Portrait of an American Family
Marilyn Manson Eat Me, Drink Me
Marilyn Manson The High End of Low
Marilyn Manson Born Villain
Marilyn Manson The Pale Emperor
Marilyn Manson Heaven Upside Down
Marilyn Manson We Are Chaos
Red House Painters Red House Painters
Red House Painters Down Colorful Hill
Red House Painters Red House Painters II
Russ There's Really a Wolf
Russ Zoo
Slauson Malone A Quiet Farwell, 2016–2018
Slauson Malone Vergangenheitsbewältigung (Crater Speak)
Steven Wilson The Raven That Refused to Sing (And Other Stories)
Taylor Swift Reputation
Taylor Swift Lover
The Microphones Mount Eerie
The Microphones Microphones in 2020
Tool Fear Inoculum
Ulcerate Shrines of Paralysis
Vektor Black Future
Vektor Demolition (Demo)
Vektor Terminal Redux
Vektor Outer Isolation
Vektor Hunger For Violence (Single)
Vektor Scion AV Label Showcase - Earache Records
XXXTENTACION 17
XXXTENTACION ?
XXXTENTACION Skins
Yung Lean Unknown Memory
Yung Lean Starz
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