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Ian Cohen wins all top ten reviews and he gets extra points for being an ultra-pretentious douche!
Creep isn’t a bad song it’s true, its just the production is so gross like the rest of the album it really murders it. If you ask me the acoustic version is way better.
The song total life forever by them is amazing, superb groove, its what got me into them, I’d consider checking it out as you delve into their work.
an angry drake fan went and downvoted all the remaining comments.
Love the beat and piano sample. Lyrics are repetitive, boring and lack intelligence.
Man Coachella 1787 was way better though, Mozart feat. Beethoven, Legendary.
Nice comment man! Congrats :)
fucgiking gyeyyy tho aMIRIGHT?bithcez!@3tyehtk
Its odd that when the strokes released their last two album preceding singles the fans have claimed “Theyre back!!!”, both times. I wonder how the following album will turn out…
Im okay with lost cause at #1. Beautiful song, I’m not even going to bother getting mad about the order of other stuff
copyright claim by DISNEY?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!!?!?!?!?!?!?!??!?!?!?!!?! are they on a subsidy of disney? i thought they were on XL….
The TNGHT song is heavy as fuck definitely deserves its spot.
what??? WU LYF disbanded??
I downvoted your comment because i agree with Tim, but the humour was alright.
I’ll admit the first little bit is silly upon re-reading, but whatever its the internet LoL
the result is not a jam-rock song though, its just a bland rock song.
well played. but it does deserve mention that the documentary is on the studio sound city, where Nirvana did coincidentally record Nevermind but the documentary has literally nothing to do with the band.
I tried to be as democratic as possible but i guess that all goes to the wayside when the stereogum mob mentality sets in. As expected…
also am i the only one is slightly reminded of snoop when Big Krit spits?
normally i hate kendrick because i find his voice awkward and his flow minimal (maybe it’s because he sounds slightly indian or something? idk) but his verse was awesome.
Joey Bada$$ was my favorite feature though.
“As someone who wrote for Pitchfork for a long-ass time”
It all makes sense now.
No stereogum. Please no. This is a miss. It may be enjoyable at a party or a social occasion but honestly I thought the album of the week segment denoted albums of critical merit, works of more substance. I think it’d be quite a stretch to say theres much substance or any depth to the work on this album.
” He isn’t. Instead, he retreats into a weed-cloud of chaos, because that’s where he’s most comfortable, and he treats any outsiders as potential hostiles, because maybe they are. The good news is this: You do not have to hang out with Chief Keef. It doesn’t matter if you like him. And if you’re wringing your hands at his ascent, you’re depriving yourself of the brutally effective hunk of thud-rap that he’s released into the world today. Don’t do that.”
Effective yes. But deserving of accolades for achievement? for creating something new and unique? I’d argue not, it is a good album, but nothing exceptional that hasn’t been done before, he’s just the newest and has the most hype in trap at the moment. But maybe it was a slow week and there wasn’t much else of note, so that could make sense. However I just feel like it needs to be pointed out that trying to talk about something hyper critically or in depth is impossible to do if the depth is not within the work itself.
Also, I’m 17. 17 year olds are not all loathsome human beings, that is a ridiculous generalization.
^ this guy.
this list is very different from other ones posted, cool.