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The Forgotten Song on Unforgettable Albums

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by Lucas27, Aug 31, 2016.

  1. Lucas27

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    This topic has come up twice that I'm aware of in the mewithoutYou and Anberlin threads so figured it deserved it's own thread. Even the best albums we've ever heard tend to have that one song that tends to be overlooked and forgotten by a collection of slightly more incredible songs. It's almost an endearing quality to amazing records that in itself is overlooked. Here's a chance to appreciate that song, even if it is truly the weakest on the album. Mind you, this isn't the song you personally think is underrated, this is the song that generally seems to get a lot less mention than others. Period.

    Obviously, since this is a releatively subjective topic, there's plenty of room to disagree. I'll start with five:

    There's No Mathematics to Love or Loss - Cities (Anberlin)
    Lavender - Ixora (Copeland)
    Vessel - Sprained Ankle (Julien Baker)
    In a Market Dimly Lit - Brother, Sister (mewithoutYou)
    Like Moths to Flame - Vheissu (Thrice)
     
  2. xmilesross

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    Devil & God - Not The Sun
    Louder Now - Miami
    1975 - Pressure
     
  3. iCarly Rae Jepsen

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    Radiohead - Black Star
     
  4. devenstonow

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