Post by when the pawn... on Jul 8, 2015 11:16:38 GMT -5
I've listened a couple of times and it is outstanding. Not a bad song (though, with a few exceptions, I rarely care for interludes). Easily one of my favorites of 2015...more listens will determine if it's my Album of the Year so far.
My roommate has been spinning this in its entirety for the past month, and I'll say 'Cause I'm a Man' isn't bad, but they're just so... boring.
I guess I can see it not being your cup of tea but I find this album anything but boring. In fact, the more I listen to it, the more sonic details I hear. I will say that Kevin Parker is known for his love of repetition though, so maybe that's where you're coming from?
Post by The Music Man on Oct 25, 2019 1:38:01 GMT -5
Wish this was coming this year, but given the impeccable quality of music Kevin Parker’s painstaking approach has yielded in the past, I trust that this will be worth the wait. I thought “Patience” was excellent, and “Borderline” good but not great.
Post by adamalterlago on Oct 29, 2019 2:07:07 GMT -5
Ughh...I am LIVING for these new songs. Currents is my favourite album in the last five years, possibly even this decade, so I’ve been waiting for this. Patience and Borderline were growers. I know some fans think they don’t stand up to past material but I highly disagree. And then they release the smash It Might Be Time. What a song...easily one of their best for me. It’s like Supertramp mixed with Yeezus drums and the Kill Bill siren with the immediacy of Let it Happen. One of the years best IMO.
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