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Average Rating: 3.65
Rating Variance: 1.16
Objectivity Score: 75%
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5.0 classic
Marilyn Manson Born Villain
Michael Jackson Thriller
Michael Jackson Bad
Michael Jackson Dangerous
Michael Jackson HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I
Michael Jackson The Essential Michael Jackson
Nine Inch Nails Hesitation Marks
Skrillex My Name Is Skrillex
Skrillex Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites
Skrillex More Monsters and Sprites
Skrillex Bangarang

4.5 superb
M83 Hurry Up, We're Dreaming
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis The Heist
Slash Apocalyptic Love
Bit softer than I was expecting, but Slash has always delivered fantastic work. I was a bit disappointed that there wasn't a new version of "Watch This Dave" on Apocalyptic Love, the whole three and a half minute track of jamming had me playing air guitar the first time I heard it. I highly recommend Apocalyptic Love. Superb!

4.0 excellent
John Mayer Battle Studies
KOAN Sound Dynasty
Loving "Dynasty," Koan Sound is always trying something different and most of the time they pull it off. Still love FunkBaster more... =)
Six60 Six60

3.5 great
Avicii True
Garbage Not Your Kind of People
Oh how I've missed you Garbage! Favourites are Automatic Systematic Habit, Man On a Wire and Big Bright World. I like how Garbage has maintained a similar feel here and tried some new tricks at the same time.
John Mayer Born and Raised
One undisputed John Mayer fact is his brilliance on the guitar; he's also a decent song writer. Both remain apparent throughout Born and Raised. It's nice to see Mayer trying on some snake skins instead of his comfortable sneakers. The country feel Mayer has given Born and Raised is a credit to him. Continuum was my favourite release, but it's great to hear a new range of vocals from Mayer.
Michael Jackson Michael
Train California 37
I'm not sure why so many people have dropped the 1 bomb on Train for this one. I quite enjoyed the album; especially their single Drive By and This'll be My Year. In fact I'd say it's one of their best releases.

3.0 good
Alanis Morissette Havoc and Bright Lights
Cherri Bomb This Is the End of Control
Chris Brown Fortune
Some nice hits on this one. "Turn up the music" and "Don't wake me up" were my favourites.
Coldplay Ghost Stories
Justin Bieber Believe
Yeah alright, JB is still spending most of his time singing to teenage girls. This maybe his stepping stone out of it and once the tween BS has been belted out of him, we may start to see better things. I'm certainly no fan, however look forward to seeing Justin grow. Lets hope he is given the chance, because in reality he would likely have chosen to change genres a while ago.
Lostprophets Weapons
Michael Jackson This Is It
Nickelback Here and Now
I love music loud, combine that with Chad Kroeger's voice and a bottle of Jim Beam, you'll find me the following morning waking up on the media room floor covered in my own vomit. I'm not sure when Nickelback created a mob willing to chase them around with pitchforks, and it's a shame because throw some Nickelback on in the right environment and you'll have everyone chanting lyrics religiously. "Here and Now" is definitely not Nickelbacks best album, but it has a place. "When We Stand Together" is the token feel good Nickelback song, likely to be the most popular. The votes here are disgraceful and frankly, you can go get fucked! Sheep..
Owl City Shooting Star

2.5 average
Adam Lambert Trespassing
Catchy tunes, but Adam has done nothing new here. I guess he looks less like a chick on his front cover this time though.
Frank Ocean channel ORANGE
Lana Del Rey Ultraviolence
Michael Jackson Invincible
Usher Looking 4 Myself
Suprisingly boring for Usher, I hope he found himself. I won't be buying this.

2.0 poor
Deuce Nine Lives
Rihanna Talk That Talk
Why does Rihanna insist on grunting "yeh yeh yeh" in almost every song? Even when you think you're free from it for one song, it's hidden somewhere sneaky as if she is trademarking her work. Well Rihanna, perhaps it was the repetitive chants in Umbrella that punched me in the gentles but every time "ella ella" or "yeh yeh yeh" is moaned out of tune to fill in blanks, I feel like I'm being branded and cringe a little. "We Found Love" is the winner here. The rest will burn through the clubs one single at a time and the drunks won't even remember them.

1.0 awful
John Mayer Paradise Valley
Very similar to Born and Raised, which was just as disappointing. I used to be excited when the new John Mayer album was being released. Not anymore. Do what you're good at John.

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