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The Top Albums of 2016 (So Far) • Page 5

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Jul 5, 2016.

  1. Lindsay M

    drunk on the radio waves Supporter

    I don't disagree with this
     
  2. becky kovach

    Newbie

    Seeing everyone else's lists makes me realize exactly how many releases I haven't even gotten around to yet this year.
     
  3. Rico Suave

    Newbie

    Finally got around to listening to Thrice's new album after reading the "hype". Much like their last few albums, I just don't care.

    I did, however, laugh upon seeing a comment elsewhere referring to one the songs on the album(near the back, I believe) as a WWE theme song. You know, those discs released in the early 00's, full of grunge retreads and unknowns plus Zebrahead! Kind of sad in a way because I saw the connection.

    I am looking forward to the full length of Bong Mountain(dumb name aside) in a few months though.
     
  4. GEM37

    The Day Star Approaches, You Know What It Brings

    I'll be there. So will @BigMouth .

    See you when you come around.
     
  5. iam1bearcat

    i'm writing a book, leave me alone.

    i literally just looked up the album title on amazon because i already had no memory of who released it.
     
  6. You're not alone. I don't think they could give away the album. It barely sold anything.
     
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  7. sean_rugy

    select all delete Supporter

    these first 6 months have FLOWN by, haven't really given this a thought but my off the dome top 5 is probably...

    The Hotelier
    Pinegrove
    Into It. Over It.
    Modern Baseball
    Camp Cope
     
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  8. y2jayjk

    Trusted Supporter

    Hotelier and 1975 are obvious as the top 2. Those are untouchable.

    I was not aware Holy Ghost was rated so highly, I might need to check it out.
     
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  9. OhTheWater

    Let it run Supporter

    Jesus Christ, Casey
     
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  10. cwhit

    still emperor emo Prestigious

  11. Craig Ismaili

    @tgscraig Prestigious

    He's not that far off though
     
  12. Bass0820

    Newbie

    1. My aoty so far is The Dream Is Over
    2. I never got the hype with The 1975
     
  13. FTank

    Trusted Prestigious

    Lingerie is one I gotta check out again
     
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  14. FTank

    Trusted Prestigious

    What the fuck autocorrect, I meant Pinegrove. Gonna leave it there for shits and giggles though
     
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  15. Cody

    Trusted Prestigious

    New 1975 fell off with me almost immdeiately save for "She's American."
     
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  16. annoyedenough

    Newbie

    I don't get the hype with The 1975 either. Also just joined because I'm appalled that there's no mention of Vektor on any of the lists. Best relentless riffage in years. Also, the Modern Baseball love is insane too... I don't get that. I'm a sucker for good pop-punk but that definitely isn't it. The Hotelier is also my number one for the year so far, though
     
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  17. Michael Qualiano

    mikeq

    oh gosh I forgot Say Anything released an album this year... :cringe:
     
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  18. Michael Qualiano

    mikeq

    1) The Hotelier- Goodness
    2) Brian Fallon- Painkillers
    3) Radiohead- A Moon Shaped Pool
    4) Into It Over It- Standards
    5) James Blake- The Colour in Anything
    6) Deftones- Gore
    7) Kanye West- TLOP
    8) Thrice- To Be Everywhere is to Be Nowhere
    9) Chairlift- Moth
    10) Explosions in the Sky- The Wilderness
     
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  19. Craig Manning

    @FurtherFromSky Moderator

  20. Anthony_

    A (Cancelled) Dork Prestigious

    1. California – blink-182
    2. Goodness – The Hotelier
    3. The Home Inside My Head – Real Friends
    4. Along The Shadow – Saosin
    5. Holy Ghost – Modern Baseball
    6. Okay – Dowsing
    7. Painkillers – Brian Fallon
    8. The White Album – Weezer
    9. First Day Back – Somos
    10. Celebrate – Tiny Moving Parts

    Yeah, blink is probably not going to stay at number 1, but for now it's the realness.
     
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  21. bd007h Jul 5, 2016
    (Last edited: Jul 5, 2016)
    bd007h

    chorus.fm's resident Meg Myers fan #GoSabres/Bills

    No particular order, but for me:

    Nada Surf - You Know Who You Are
    Weezer - Weezer (White Album)
    Garbage - Strange Little Birds
    Radiohead - A Moon Shaped Pool
    Red Hot Chili Peppers - The Getaway
    Thrice - To Be Everywhere is To Be Nowhere
    Killswitch Engage - Incarnate
    Iggy Pop - Post Pop Depression
    Deftones - Gore
    Brian Fallon - Painkillers

    HMs:

    The Fall of Troy - OK
    Face to Face - Protection
    The Monkees - Good Times!
    blink-182 - California
     
  22. marceting

    Trusted

    I don't know who Ryan Dennehy is, but thank you for including Kaytranada. Album is so fun.
     
  23. Out of all the contributors, I think @Keagan Ilvonen has my favorite list.

    Here's what I posted in the thread from the Encore episode:

    10. o'brother, Endless Light
    9. Parker Millsap, The Very Last Day
    8. The 1975, i like it when you sleep...
    7. Hiromi, Spark
    6. Chairlift, Moth
    5. Donovan Woods, Hard Settle, Ain't Troubled
    4. Shearwater, Jet Plane and Oxbow
    2016’s Midyear Best #3: Thrice
    2016’s Midyear Best #2: Pinegrove
    2016’s Midyear Best #1 & Honorable Mentions

    I wrote a review for each of my picks over the past 10 days. I'm linking only to the top 3 because those all turned out...special. They're long, primarily because I go into biographical and philosophical takes on the albums. They've also become some of my most-viewed and most highly complimented blog posts ever. I think the greatest compliment came from Hands Like Houses themselves, replying to my #1 review of Dissonants, saying, "Quite possibly the most satisfying, encouraging and intelligently considered review we've ever received. Thank you."
     
  24. o'brother was on my top ten and DK and JH&SB were honorable mentions, which means I guess I must check Greater Pyrenees out!
     
  25. bd007h

    chorus.fm's resident Meg Myers fan #GoSabres/Bills

    Count me as another *shrugs*
     
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