Best Albums of 2017
The Top Ten
Well, here we go again. This entry had worked its way up to #3. Suddenly, in the course of an hour, it had sunk to #228. Exactly 225 points lower...just like that. Once again, some troll/hacker/misfit has taken it upon himself to decide the rankings, not the fans. That the purveyors of this site allow its reputation to be sullied like this is unconscionable. But Jackie is undeterred. She's working on a new album (her eighth), scheduled to come out later this year. The fools out there can never stop her.
A very special album for every fan (or fan so to be) to own as her first true endeavor to explore both of her genre's while excelling at both but each presenting a different side to her personality and talents. As a growing woman she has many roads to try and and her truthful and honest approach so put out for all to see is commendable and just reinforces my love for her taking the journey seriously and to heart. Two Heart I guess!
If you like auto-tuned, pulse-beating, sycophantic jingoism, Jackie Evancho isn't for you. "Two Hearts" is a compilation of intelligent, professional, vocal mastery and nuance, from the classical offerings on part I, to the personal, heartfelt gifts Jackie brings to her own songs on part II. When it comes to real music, "Two Hearts" is certainly the best offering for 2017.
Here is why Jackie is so great on this album. Purity and Beauty. And if you listen real close, you find out that every intonation, every inflection is put together perfectly for the perfect effect! Guys! This is not just talk! Listen! The more you listen the more you won't believe your ears!
First time listening to this album, while I thought it was really good, I felt it to be a step down from GKMC and TPAB, but the more I listened to it, the more it hooked me and the more I began to understand the feeling, messages, and mood of it. As a result, this album not longer was a 4/5, it's simply a straight 5 because it gets messages across in such a awkward and subtle way that it made it much more unique compared to the more straightforward TPAB. Kendrick is on his darkest tone here, and I may seem crazy for this, but this just may be my favorite album from him yet.
Voting for this. Rules pretty much everything early 2017 did. We needed something phenomenal to save us from early 2017 which wasn't very good. Although this isn't as good as TPAB this is absolutely amazing as a whole. 10/10
King Kendrick always brings the heat and never fails to disappoint.
Kendrick finally became a mainstream artist with this one
A tour de force of synth pop in more ways than one. Lorde is the only artist whose music you can actually see in your head (unless you have synesthesia), and she doesn't disappoint in this album. Supercut alone deserves a Grammy, but even without the glitz and the glam of an award that, these days, means almost nothing, this is easily the best and most cohesive album of 2017.
I was a huge fan of Pure Heroine, so when I heard that she was changing her style, I was a bit concerned. The first time I listened to Melodrama, I was a bit disappointed. However, the more you listrn, the more you understand the depth to the lyrics. Every song in this album serves to push the plot of this album to its completion, and there are 0 fillers. This album is incredible and deserves the acclaim it's received.
I'm gonna have to say that this album has to be the best of 2017 so far. Melodrama is more breathtaking, melodic, experimental, and ecstatic than any album that has come out this year. Indie pop never sounded so fresh before Melodrama!
Nothing comes close to the artistic masterpiece! probobly one of the most uniquest albums I've ever heard in my life. The Songwriting is genius, the Production is Mind-Blowing, and the whole tracklist is cohesive and expresses the theme of Solitude. ONE OF THE BEST ALBUMS EVER MADE!
Can't really argue with the top two, the third one I haven't listened to, so I guess all I can do is try to tell everyone what a heartbreaking album this is. The lyrics confront themes of death and are often self-confrontational. The instrumentation may be simple but it is never over-indulgent and it is quite beautiful actually. And Phil's voice on this album is his most subtly heartbreaking yet... probably because every word coming out of his mouth is sadly true. As an album, every song works together to build one big story and it is very cohesive. To say the least, I'm just happy this album is getting the recognition that it doesn't necessarily deserve, but the recognition that Phil desperately needs to carry on with his screwed-up life.
This album is something I would sleep to, then cry the following morning.
Lol seeing this at #2 pleases me in a special way.
Easily the best album on this list so far
OH MY GOD! This is easily tylers best album and no song on here is bad! Even the songs like Sometimes and Enjoy Right Now Today sound very good! And garden shed Is just amazing! The production on this album is insane! Here are the songs ranked worst to best (note: none of the songs are trash)
13.Enjoy Right Now Today
11.I ain't got time
10. Who Dat Boy
4.Where This Flower Blooms
2. See you again
1. Garden Shed
How can I explain this? This is a wonderful job by Tyler the Creator. We finally found his best album! This is so good. It's hot everything good from every other album combined and tales away everything bad. This is easily one of the best album of 2016 AND 2017 along with DAMN and deserves Top 3. Tyler should try being awesome. 9/10
Tyler's magnum opus. One of the best hip hop records I've heard in a long time.
I don't even like Tyler, the Creator, but this is exceptional. 9.5/10.
Who is this loser and why is he over Taylor Swift
Get Reputation higher! Get this lower!
I'm a Taylor Swift fan and I can't bring myself to vote for Reputation on this list especially when there are 2 maybe 3 songs that are any good and I still haven't forgiven Taylor for the messes that were "Look What You Made Me Do" and "Ready For It". 1989 got praised for a reason...it was some of her best work. Bit of a shame she went away from it for a narrative where she pretty much eats her own tail
This is Krule’s best album
This should be #1! One of the best comebacks I've seen!
Best trilogy imaginable
One of the most influential albums this year!
I LOVE THIS ALBUM.
Best songs: Prom, Garden (Say It Like Dat), Go Gina, The Weekend, Love Galore.
Worst song: Doves In The Wind
Overall 10/10. Really underrated
I admit I wasn't a fan of Kesha until I heard "Praying" and was stunned by the overwhelming maturity of that song, it would have been quite easy and understandable if she'd wanted to make something bitter but "Rainbow" as an album is in no way bitter and shows Kesha is moving forward, I loved it and the collaborations with the Eagles of Death Metal are inspired, "Let 'Em Talk" really does need to be a single.
Ok, so I'm very happy she's in a better place and is making music she loves. It's great that she's happy and healthy. But, if I'm being honest, this is my least favorite album from her so far. I don't know if that makes me a terrible person or not, but that's my two cents. It's still good though.
This isn't Number 1 for some reason. Are you joking? Please move this up! One of the best albums I've heard in a long time.
Kesha was always bad, but way better before this 0/10 album was released. I don't understand why people like this
Yeah, I kind of knew you were gonna reply something like that but hello.
I’ve been getting into this band lately, from their English Electric album to their Folklore album. They’re very underrated and deserve more attention. "Brave Captain" and "The Ivy Gate" are both excellent.
Having some time to think this over, I've realized my mistake. I was honestly just riding the wave of DAMN.'s popularity. It was a pretty good album but it ain't got nothing on 4:44. The definite standout track was The Story Of OJ. Generally, all the people who are "fake" hip-hop fans will have stopped listening before the first time he sings the chorus ends. I'll write more on The Story Of OJ later though. I love this album, it's probably one of the best Jay-Z albums behind The Blueprint and The Black Album. Just very high quality.
To all the haters of hip hop music please give this a listen it's awesome
This should be so much higher like top 5 jesus...
Why is this not voted? Brockhamptons best album of all time without doubt, and known for it. Give it a listen. And experimental listen even. It's a weird sound at first, but soon enough I got it. I understood it after a few songs. Seriously should be top ten
SISTER/NATION is my favorite song of the year!
I am a huge Pink Floyd Fan and I found this was a more politically correct version of Animals but that doesn't stop it from being the best album of 2017 beating my second choice of Infinite by Deep purple. Better than anything Little Mix could pull out of their millions of writers.
Is this the album we really want? Well, this is his first solo album in over a decade. I see myself dusting it off every now and then. Similar to "the Final Cut" but I'd actually say better. But I preferred David Gilmour's latest album. I give this a 6/10.
The best album of the year in my opinion, this is Waters’ political anthem, even challenging The Final Cut in its level of political tact.
Simply amazing. Roger Waters is a genius.