Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by Ferrari333SP, Jul 18, 2016.
album of the year
Gonna hold off a day on this one I think but I’m beyond excited to hear this
Going to dive into the album in a moment, hoping the vinyl arrives this time tomorrow! Here's the track by track feature from Apple Music:
Album of the year contender, what a triumph
I'm loving this. Save a Kiss sounds like a track Robyn lost somewhere and that's a compliment, haha.
First time listening to her and I'm loving it
Not really vibing with this; seems much more disco influenced, and that's not a sound/groove/beat I really vibe with. Sigh
this is the best album i've ever heard
pretty good album, but totally falls to a sounds-the-same problem throughout
i think the last two songs test that theory
but also no one's gonna convince me that "adore you" sounds like "ooh la la" or "soul control"
first album of hers that I've loved since Devotion. Incredible album, even after just one listen.
"Tough Love" still her strongest songwriting wise, but this album is for those who want a danceified Jessie Ware, and she delivers
I’ve still only heard the singles but even those don’t sound all the same
I feel like when i say "sounds the same" people read it it as "the same song over and over again," which it's not. I'm saying the album is the same vibe the whole way though and doesn't vary much from the theme
I just think that’s a virtue if it’s executed well, I guess. I like an album that can successfully lock into a groove just as much as an album wider scope (which around this forum are usually deemed “scattered” or “unfocused”).
Yeah that's fair enough, and I only listened once anyway, but after one listen it did all kinda blend together a lot for me. Not saying anything about the album being bad or anything. Maybe pretend I used the word "cohesive" instead haha
One of the first dates my wife and I went on was to see Jessie Ware, so she'll always hold a special place in my heart. Really psyched to dive in.
hyped to check this one out
Jessie Ware Tells Róisín Murphy About Her New Album: "I Want People to Want to Have Sex"
This interview is a highlight, hopefully they collab one day
Yeah, don't think I'll return to this one
This album rules, I love it
What’s You Pleasure? is #2 on rateyourmusic.com 2020 Albums Chart