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Old 06-29-2013, 11:20 PM   #151 (permalink)
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I love the tracks Daft Punk produced, especially "On Sight". That production is grimy as fuck
I like "On Sight" a lot too. Though to me it sounds about as grimy as a laminated photo of grime in a ziplock bag sealed inside a brand new tupperware container, which is kind of the overall aesthetic of the album imo.
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Old 06-30-2013, 03:02 AM   #152 (permalink)
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Heh. Sorry, it's definitely the bottom of the barrel for me.
Hold My Liquor is bottom of the barrel.
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I thought "I'm In It" was the weakest track personally.
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Hold My Liquor is bottom of the barrel.
I like that song quite a bit actually. The only crappy part is his rapping, but that's true of the whole album.
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Old 06-30-2013, 06:53 AM   #156 (permalink)
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I thought "I'm In It" was the weakest track personally.
I love "I'm in it". that's my jam along with Guilt Trip!
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I like that song quite a bit actually. The only crappy part is his rapping, but that's true of the whole album.
It's the only song on the album that I skip over. It just does completely nothing for me and it just hits a low at that point in the album and every track afterwards just gets better and better.
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It's the only song on the album that I skip over. It just does completely nothing for me and it just hits a low at that point in the album and every track afterwards just gets better and better.
We definitely have very different takes on Yeezus. The only two songs I don't like on it, "Guilt Trip" and "Bound 2", are in the segment of the album that you're talking about. To me the first half is really strong and it falls off somewhat in the second half.
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We definitely have very different takes on Yeezus. The only two songs I don't like on it, "Guilt Trip" and "Bound 2", are in the segment of the album that you're talking about. To me the first half is really strong and it falls off somewhat in the second half.
Yeah, I feel the opposite way. The beginning is kind of choppy then hits rock bottom at Hold my Liquor and decides to climb back up and gets better with a great finisher at the end.
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Yeah, I feel the opposite way. The beginning is kind of choppy then hits rock bottom at Hold my Liquor and decides to climb back up and gets better with a great finisher at the end.
I agree, the first half I enjoy a lot but the second half of it is the superior half. Blood On the Leaves is the worst song though, mainly because the auto-tune destroys the whole track for me.
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I agree, the first half I enjoy a lot but the second half of it is the superior half. Blood On the Leaves is the worst song though, mainly because the auto-tune destroys the whole track for me.
I so disagree about Blood On The Leaves!

My favourite tracks are: Black Skinhead, New Slaves, Send It Up and On Sight. The rest is crap in my opinion.
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