We haven't had one of these up in a while, so let's get one going.
last three songs are all 8+ and the best on the album my mayne
I meant 8/10 and accidentally forgot to change it.
I'm admittedly rather harsh. I meant 8/10 but forgot to change it. Some of the tracks feel disappointing in delivery but manage to keep a thorough tone throughout the album. That is mainly my defense for why my three ratings all have overall scores higher than the average score.
3/10 is fine, but disappointing.
5/10 is average and I'm willing to listen to it again at times.
8/10 is very good.
10/10 is once in a blue moon. To Be Kind is the only album I would actually give that rating off of the top of my head.
Comment what you all think about this album if anyone else has listened to it in this thread.
Why is Wheels of Confusion so low? (I understand Changes though)
I cannot disagree with that. It's a pretty good album.
Ironically enough, I listen to this one the least out of all three of them.
Contributing from my personal collection
fuck you think you're doing rating gravity rides everything so low.
though I'm interested to hear why you rated Alone Down There so highly, I don't think I've ever heard anyone say that was their favorite track
Did I get the count off? Stars Are Projectors is the 10/10. I think I forgot Tiny Cities Made of Ashes (7/10). Alone Down There is a 6. Gravity Rides Everything is low (and 5/10 isn't really that low) because it's always been a little boring to me, especially as the track directly after Third Planet. Lyrically it's good, but sonically doesn't do much for me. I'm also grading the album as a whole very conservatively.
Can't really disagree too much on there. Although Never Ending Math Equation > Broke > Interstate 8. And I love Medication for nostalgic reasons. And Grey Ice Water/Life Of Artic Sounds are kind of boring.
I pretty much agree with this, and your ratings were fine. It's an album that works best as an album and there are lots of 'filler' tracks which don't stand on their own but make the whole thing a lot better. 8/10 seems fair.
>Hunter is a better track than Immature
gonna be called pleb for this but I fucking love this album
>implying bring me coffee or tea isn't the perfect coda to come back to sanity after the freakout second disk and makes whole one of the only objective 10/10 albums in rock music
Put aside the lyrics, Raw Deal is riffy as hell. And yeah, Priest were inconsistent and still finding their way on Sin After Sin. I could do without D&R; they couldn't really do justice to what was a very personal song for Joan Baez and the production also has an unwelcome disco feel to it.
Sinner is an unimpeachable masterpiece as KK Downing has said and I like Starbreaker just for its ultra-campy late 70s-ness. It just captures that era so perfectly.
this is really a testament to how consistent the album was
lmao, how did I miss the point? I get what they were going for, it just sucks, simple as that.
Everything after Anne Bonny sounds totally unfinished. Like some really good ideas for songs, but poor execution all-around.
If anything, even though I love pillbox hat, it doesn't fit in with the album at all. It's the only song on the album that sounds fully fleshed out. Even Anne Bonny could use some work, and that's the one that everyone seems to jerk off over.
I will never understand why there are people who think Government Plates is the best Death Grips album.
>I could do without D&R; they couldn't really do justice to what was a very personal song for Joan Baez and the production also has an unwelcome disco feel to it
"The record label was always asking us to do covers. We recorded quite a lot of them, most we didn't use because the song either didn't fit us or we didn't like how it came out. A few covers like Green Manalishi and that old Spooky Tooth song Better By You, Better Than Me turned out really well."
-- Rob Halford
i love this album, i've never understood the hate for it. i guess because it's poppier than their earlier stuff?
I'm 28 years old, I'm probably older than the majority of people on /mu/. I've studied music theory in college for five years. I play more than five instruments including guitar and violin. I'm part if a rock duo and I perform monthly at various places. We've been working on an album since 2014. I think I know what I'm talking about.
To all you Pet Sounds fags, how much music theory do you know? What instruments do you play? I'm guessing none.
screen shot has really great tension build and the intro is awesome but the payoff is lackluster
a little god in my hands just doesnt do anything grand for me, only like crazy good songs deserve 10s. bring the sun has the immense build and just raw power, oxygen has the intense ferocity,to be kind also has that power
One of my first favorite bands, I used to go on binges looking for rare tracks and performances. I've got an Edu - Sketches cassette too.
Have you checked out that cool demo collection they recently put on bandcamp?
I haven't been on /mu/ for awhile so I don't know if this album is meme status or hated or disliked but fuck it. I had fun with it.
>Pink Triangle is a 9.
And it better stay that way.