Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by Matt Chylak, Mar 13, 2018.
Which is my favorite stretch.
22 is great but it's not nearly as replayable for me. BI,BI is something I've listened to on a monthly basis since it came out, it means a lot more to me.
And the crackling on Over Soon still bothers me a fair amount. I think it's used perfectly on Stratford Apts and 8 Circle, but on Over Soon it's a turn off.
They’re basically tied for me tbh. Me putting BI,BI on instead was basically because it’s been out longer therefore I’ve spent more time with it.
BIBI is much better than the new one imo
Not that I am really invested as they are both incredible and worthy but 22 is one of the best albums ever put to wax. There is nothing like it.
Classic sitauation: casey is wrong
So glad that Swae Lee of Rae Sremmurd has good opinions
i think they're both significantly better than for emma tho
all three are near perfect, honestly can't find a bad thing to say
I think For Emma and 22 are both great but BI,BI is easily his best.
beth/rest is also my fav song of his so
harmlessness has no drop in quality imo. wouldn't say that whenever does either but the bar of consistency is vastly improved in harmlessness and it was already high
add sigur ros to band I will check out from here
Might be right. 715 Creeks tho
This is my favorite kind of argument because both positions are that Bon Iver is incredible
Uh oh. Here it comes... Can't stop it...
BON IVER ALBUM RANKING!!!
1. BI, BI
2. 22, A Million
3. For Emma
All three are so good though.
also WIE only has like, six or 7 real songs on it too lol
715 Creeks is basically this decade's Hide and Seek and I have no problem with that. Amazing song.
33 God the best song
creeks is my fav off the new one too
33 God is great but I cried excessively when I heard Creeks
I mean I guess but also rly enjoy the ambient and instrumental stuff, esp bc of the brevity
Oh man this is tough.
Vampire Weekend - Modern Vampires of the City
Young Thug - Barter 6
My first real introduction to the man who is now my favorite rapper and continually the most intriguing figure in hip hop. I was infatuated with this project and had never heard anything like it, and still haven’t.
The Hotelier - Home, Like NoPlace Is There
Oh god, this came out a few months after a bad breakup and I listened to it over and over again in my car driving to and from work. Haven’t listened to it in a long time but it’s very important to me.
The National - Trouble Will Find Me
Future - Monster
I had listened to Honest a decent amount and I liked it, but this was the project that really made
me a huge fan. I was listening to Throw Away one night when I worked on the night shift. It was like 3 in the morning and I was sitting in my car listening, and the emotion in the second half of the song was just so genuine, delivered in such a unique way. The rest of the album just bangs front to back, and Codeine Crazy is one of my favorite Future songs. But that moment on Throw Away when Future just lets it all pour out of his heart is truly something special.
The Dangerous Summer - War Paint
Parachute has been stuck in my head lately and this is such a great album. Need to listen to it ASAP.
The Menzingers - On The Impossible Past
I mean, this is just such an important release to me and so many others on this site, I don’t think I need to go into detail. Casey, tho.
Drake - Take Care
With plenty of assistance, Drake makes an undisputed classic with a good balance of hip hop and R&B, and a good chunk of his best songs to date.
A$AP Rocky - Live. Love. ASAP
All I listened to for a few months in high school. It came out right after I got my driver’s license and a car, and I remember driving home to my house during lunch to smoke weed and barely have enough time to stop somewhere and get some food. I was an outcast and a poor student but this project made me feel like a real badass. Also I had never heard anything like it.
Kanye West - Yeezus
No reasons necessary.
the 1975 - i like it when you sleep for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it
burial - kindred
circa survive - the amulet
converge - all we love we leave behind
diiv - is the is are
deafheaven - new bermuda
kanye west - yeezus
tame impala - currents
tim hecker - ravedeath 1972
thursday - no devolucion
not too interested in writing reasons why, ive been vocal about all these albums and written everything there is for me to say about each of them several times over. just wanted to get my top 10 out there, in alphabetical order.
I’ve been working on my write-ups for days lol, not my strongest suit