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This album sucks, but regardless of that, Chester's passing is very tragic. - UltimateCraig
Amazing album. Criminally underrated. - Mr_Awesome
Bottom of the list? I liked this album... - growlbunny
Ok album not their best but some good tunes. Go away Alpha Q quit forcing your distaste down everyone's throatV 1 Comment
Good for Uzi standards. 444+222/10 - AlphaQ
Kelly Clarkson takings a more soulful direction was a pretty brilliant move.
Best Songs: "I Don’t Even Think About You", "Move You", "Slow Dance"
Worst Song: "Love So Soft"
7/10 - DCfnaf
Quite amazed this album isn't on this list just yet as it is one of the most beautiful albums that Neil Finn has ever made and that's not discounting Crowded House's "Woodface" from the early 90s but from the outset "Out of Silence" just stuns with its production with the lone track that could possibly have fit on "Dizzy Heights" being the poppy "Second Nature" (one of the best pop songs of the year.
Then there's the collaboration with his brother Tim on "Alone" which yet again was a reminder of their wonderful harmonies on "Woodface" and the Finn Brothers projects. "Terrorise Me" is a song that will stick with you especially given the subject matter is terrorism or the terrorist attack at the Bataclan in Paris. Neil does tackle some really challenging subject material like police brutality etc. - crowdiegal
Wow. A meme album is one of the best of the year. - djpenquin999
What Is This Junk Doing Here? - VideoGamefan5
I like this album should be higher
SpongeBozz, my favorite German rapper next to Kollegah (they are enemies though), is back with his much anticipated sophomore record, and what can I say? Only Kollegah could prevent this from being the year’s best album.
On the album’s two discs you get 115 minutes of pure rapping talent, backed by Digital Drama’s lush and epic production. Epic is to be taken quite literally, as the album’s first two songs last 9 minutes and 18:30 minutes respectively.
When I first heard his 2015 debut “Planktonweed Tape” I was immediately hooked. Not only because lyrically and technically SpongeBozz is not even half a step away from Kollegah and an even better double time rapper, but also because of the entire attitude. I mean, he’s a deranged homicidal cartoon character on cocaine, and at such a high quality level that you can actually take that very seriously. His debut album immediately topped the German charts and made him Kollegah’s archenemy. Then he completely ...more - Martin_Canine
Declan McKenna is my second favorite
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