>all the best albums of the decade so far were made by female musicians
What does this mean? Are we entering a new age?
More importantly, will 2015 continue the trend?
actually yes. women were only starting to grow up in a society where they are at the same level as men for a short time now. respectable lady musicians are starting to pop up in larger numbers.
I am going with Regina she has been an spectator during the whole cheap seat.
Dude, if you weren't on 4chan in 2012 or whatever, good for you. Do your own fucking research. I lost the piece of paper with my top 50 on it sometime in 2013 during a brief period of hoboism
Because it's a pointless argument. Whatever he posts, you can just say "nah that's shit" and it becomes a dumb back and forth of people asserting that their opinions are more valid than the other's.
I'm not trying to start an argument, I'm genuinely curious as to what albums he considers better.
As long as he doesn't say Swans or Death Grips or something I'll take him seriously and probably listen to whatever he suggests if I haven't.
>That's a bit of a stretch.
Slant Magazine's Matthew Cole rated it 2 stars out of 5. Cole said it was "remarkable how little narrative arc develops either within or between songs," and that most of the album plays out with "moments of inspired performance scattered haphazardly throughout tracks that just don't feel like they've been thought through." He went on to call the record "a strange, and strangely pretentious mess: an album pitted deep in the psychic world of stories that nonetheless can't figure out when it should begin, when it should end, or which parts are even worth the audience's attention." Matthew Fiander of PopMatters gave the album 4 out of 10 points and described the songs as "formless", although he recognized that there were standout tracks, and some of them came at least close of others songs by Newsom such as Only Skin. He also expressed disappointment, commenting that "it’s too bad really, that Have One On Me is so overdone because there’s a decent album hidden somewhere in there. It’s an album the Newsom we saw in 2006 would have found, formed, and made shine".
Are you serious? I can't even tell anymore.
Regardless, Have One On Me has far better songwriting than Loud City Song. Whether it's a better album or not is debatable but I would definitely say it is. LCS dips severely in the middle whereas HOOM stays pretty consistent throughout (which is an impressive feat for a triple album).