Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by cwhit, Nov 22, 2017.
That reminds me that I never listened to that Alvvays album after I heard it at the listening party.
The Paste list is pretty solid. I've heard like 3/4 of it and like almost everything I've heard quite a bit. Cool to see them shout out the Nai Palm album. Still haven't listened to the whole thing but everything I've heard is so great.
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50 Best Albums of 2017
is it just me or is that rolling stone top ten horrid???
Feel like year-end lists are getting pointless now that K Dot is #1 every year.
If you think I'm waiting for that Rolling Stone list to load you, and that website, are out of your minds. Someone post the top ten so I can talk shit too though please kthx.
Nah man, you gotta go through what the rest of us went through.
Sam Smith lmao
Queens of the Stone Age lmao
Taylor Swift lmao
There are some shockingly good choices on the RS list tho. Shout out Jlin.
Migos also deserves a lmao have people returned to that album since it dropped? Singles obviously hot but I forgot it was a thing. Same with Khalid, I feel like that made a tiny splash
I asked for Rolling Stone's top ten, not the Bonnaroo line-up + Taylor Swift.
I think the Migos album has a few good tracks outside of the singles, but it being in the top 10 and Thug and Future got left off the list completely?!?!
Migos album is hot
CoS: Top 50 Albums of 2017
It's November god dammit
Didn't you hear? December is cancelled.
surprised the craig manning album isn’t on the Rolling Stone list
this isn't american songwriter
We can’t all be U2 and have a guaranteed top three slot every time we release an album.
How the fuck did Rolling Stone put Sam Smith's album at #10? That is probably the most forgettable album I've heard in a while.
Strange to put U2 at #3 before it's even been released, although the 3 singles so far have all been there best material in a while. Doubt I'll have that album in my top 10 though.
Also so glad to see so many publications putting Lorde in their top 5. Melodrama is such a great album.
is the lorde album really gonna be top 5 on all these lists?
It should be
not surprising. like, what albums are you expecting to top lists this year? based on common trends it takes critical acclaim as well as mass appeal, lorde seems to hit both of those marks more than most this year. feel like there really wasn't a big time critical consensus this year
my pitchfork top 3 guess is sza/lorde/kendrick in some order