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Yes and no… I won’t know for sure what this album means for a while, but first impressions are valid
I’m a little shocked by the lack of dance music. The slow songs on Discovery felt so right, because they were interspersed with dance songs. RAM is nearly all slow songs; some really great slow songs, but overall the pacing really suffers.
Does anyone know what “kiosk” is? Are people buying music at malls again?
I just assumed that Kill the Moonlight or Girl Can Tell would be #1, maybe because of my sentimental feeling about them. Those records meant a lot to me in my youth. The fact that Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga beat them both out, I definitely need to give it another listen.
I agree; this is a great list, but I would add Jack-ass… it’s a timeless melody
Tom I like the point you make in the third paragraph. Part of what makes albums like Good Kid M.A.A.D City, Based on a T.R.U. Story, and Channel ORANGE so successful is that they feel like a singular vision.
This list is BS, no Fiona Apple?!?
First list to include Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs! If you’re reading these lists to discover new gems, this is one
And best video is M.I.A.’s Bad Girls by a mile! I hope people remember this one.
Ice Choir – Afar
The best viral video of year was “Beyonce Makes Fan Sing”… but it wasn’t a choice, so I was forced to put it down for best Movie.