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Objectivity Score: 70%
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5.0 classic
Thomas Azier Love, Disorderly
I originally had this as a 4.5 but after listening to it in a car with surround speakers it gets a 5. Highlights: Concrete, Entertainment, If There?s A God, Open Your Arms

4.5 superb
Arctic Monkeys Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
Arctic Monkeys Favourite Worst Nightmare
Living Colour Time's Up
Mutemath Odd Soul
Highlights: Odd Soul, Blood Pressure, Quarantine, All Or Nothing
Mutemath Mutemath
Mutemath Voice In the Silence

4.0 excellent
Cake Comfort Eagle
Living Colour Shade
Mutemath Play Dead

3.5 great
Alice Cooper Love It To Death
Earthsuit Kaleidoscope Superior
Everything here is extremely chaotic. And I love it.
Mutemath Armistice
(EDIT: I have just now realized that Architecture wasn’t actually the final track on Armistice, it is just a bonus track
for the U.S. iTunes edition, which is the version I have. Also I’ve changed my opinion on Architecture, it’s good.)
Armistice isn?t bad at all, however it pales in comparison to its debut and also removes what was best on that
album. But it?s much more accessible, and it flows better. Unfortunately Odd Soul also does that, which basically
dwarfs that advantage. Nonetheless Armistice was enjoyable, and it has the most chilled out tracks of any album
(No Response, Pins and Needles, Odds) other than Vitals but I don?t really like Vitals. The Nerve is a great
opener, Title track is good, No Response and Pins And Needles I really like, Clipping and Burden are amazing,
Lost Year is terrible (Piano ballads [not equal symbol] Mutemath), Backfire is forgettable, Architecture (the bonus
track on my version) was also
forgettable, the other tracks range from ok to good. Even though the bad things
about this album are really bad, the good things are really good. The album as a whole is only really bad when
comparing it to self titled. I can?t call this album a ?sophomore slump? because some of the ideas here
(accessibility and flow, plus some track ideas) were handled better and combined with new ideas which made
Odd Soul much better. I would call this album more like a ?learning experience? for the band. Overall, this album
is far from perfect and it?s redundant in some areas but it?s also enjoyable enough to warrant at least some
tracks a listen. 3.5/5
Favorite Tracks: Burden, Clipping, Pins and Needles, The Nerve, No Response

3.0 good
Cage The Elephant Social Cues
Living Colour Collideoscope
I like this album, it?s nice, very experimental, although Song Without Sin is the worst opening track Living Colour has made. I can listen to Time?s Up just fine but after a few listens of this album it makes me want to stop listening around track 8 or 9. Highlights: Flying, Nightmare City, Sacred Ground
Mutemath Vitals

1.0 awful
Emily Montes Emily Montes
I could easily make something like this in Voloco. Why did this have to exist

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