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  1. Urgent and immediate, with excellent depth and layering to it. I could listen to this three times over (helps that it's only 16 minutes).
  2. I'm sort of in the same boat in that it has certainly grown on me, I still think the songwriting is less dynamic than I expect from letlive. and that the energy is not there at times, but some tracks on here (Who You Are Not, I've Learned To Love Myself, If I'm the Devil...) keep me coming back. Overall, though, I'd still rank it as my least favorite of their LPs.
  3. Blows Saturation out of the water. In just, what, two months they show incredible development and direction. They're really already living up to their potential.
  4. I would agree that the tangibles aren't necessarily the most impressive, but it's effective at creating a generally hopeless atmosphere. It's decently heavy without having to do too much. I'm pretty pleased with its sound.
  5. I would say that this is really the only legitimate contender for AOTY that I've heard thus far. I'm not going to say it's their best on only two listens, but certainly their most mature and sprawling. Really an incredible effort that I wasn't really expecting to ever actually come out.
  6. Great move posting this to precede the new album. Anyone that missed this hype train in 2015 can join it now and never look back.
  7. I wasn't sure you'd post this! Milo is definitely in my top 5 artists right now (and for the last three years really) and I've been excited for this one since its announcement. Thank you my Lord
  8. Cult of Luna does Smashing Pumpkins? sign me up
  9. The new Tyler, the Creator is pretty much a head above everything else I've heard from this month
  10. the boney king of nowhere
  11. Track for track, one of the best releases I've heard from this year. Every moment is rich and intense. It doesn't take any breaks and gets the message across. I liked the old sound a lot, but this is such a step up even so.
  12. oh shit I didn't realize anything else would ever come out
  13. Finland!

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      Where's the leak ma'am?

  14. One of the top rap albums of the year. Vince comes up so big almost every time (even the Prima Donna EP, which I wasn't a huge fan of, had its own interesting styles and ideas) so I shouldn't be surprised. Crabs in a Bucket is definitely my favorite track.
  15. Tunnelvision sounds like Issues without the cringe factor. I'll be checking this out for sure.