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Neu California wrote:Pink Floyd: Atom Heart Mother, but only because it contains the worst Pink Floyd song ever: Alan's psychedelic breakfast


If we're talking Pink Floyd its gotta be Ummagumma.

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Twenty One Pilots - Blurryface (2015)

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Got to say Taylor's first album Taylor swift. Teardrops on my guitar was good but I just felt ithe rest was too country or mainstream. Reputation is close second for having stupid electro sounds added in half the songs.

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Postby Hypersensible Crybabies » Fri Jan 10, 2020 1:20 am

For The National, it has to be their first album, "The National".
And Pink Floyd...ugh...The Endless River, definitely. Their last album, a collection of Gilmour's second-rate music.

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Postby Kohr » Tue Jan 14, 2020 6:35 pm

Anollasia wrote:
Jews and Gypsies wrote:U2 — Boy


I consider Boy to be one of their best albums. Have you listened to all their albums? Because if so, I have a hard time wrapping my head around how you think it's worse than their later albums. I don't even think it's their worst album from the 1980s. That honour would go to October (their second album).

I agree that Boy is awesome, while October is certainly one of their least spectacular albums. Even more than that, though, I really hate Pop. It's one of the few albums I've heard that was genuinely painful to get through. I'm also of the (unpopular) opinion that their later albums are pretty good, including Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience.

I also saw someone mention Up by REM as a bad album, which is disappointing to me, because I think it's a fascinating and powerful release. For REM, my least favorite is Monster, though it's only really brought down by half the songs, while the other half hold up great.

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Postby Nuroblav » Wed Jan 15, 2020 9:54 am

Kohr wrote:
Anollasia wrote:
I consider Boy to be one of their best albums. Have you listened to all their albums? Because if so, I have a hard time wrapping my head around how you think it's worse than their later albums. I don't even think it's their worst album from the 1980s. That honour would go to October (their second album).

I agree that Boy is awesome, while October is certainly one of their least spectacular albums. Even more than that, though, I really hate Pop. It's one of the few albums I've heard that was genuinely painful to get through. I'm also of the (unpopular) opinion that their later albums are pretty good, including Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience.

I also saw someone mention Up by REM as a bad album, which is disappointing to me, because I think it's a fascinating and powerful release. For REM, my least favorite is Monster, though it's only really brought down by half the songs, while the other half hold up great.

For some reason I quite like some of the stuff of Pop; then again U2 isn't one of my personal favourites.
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