Sigh No More (album) by Mumford & Sons
In total, there are 2 music albums by Mumford & Sons which appear in the greatest album charts and Sigh No More is ranked as the best.
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Sigh No More track list
|1.||Sigh No More||76/100 (38 votes)|
|2.||The Cave||84/100 (51 votes)|
|3.||Winter Winds||77/100 (39 votes)|
|4.||Roll Away Your Stone||76/100 (37 votes)|
|5.||White Blank Page||80/100 (38 votes)|
|6.||I Gave You All||75/100 (37 votes)|
|7.||Little Lion Man||82/100 (57 votes)|
|8.||Timshel||75/100 (32 votes)|
|9.||Thistle & Weeds||75/100 (35 votes)|
|10.||Awake My Soul||75/100 (34 votes)|
|11.||Dust Bowl Dance||75/100 (36 votes)|
|12.||After The Storm||76/100 (34 votes)|
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Don't pull an 'underrated' on this album. This piece of crap deserves every single negative comment its gotten. MAS are the worst rip-offs of the 2010's and have thoroughly earned it.
A solid debut. Not great by any means. Every song sounds the same.
What an overrated piece of garbage. Recycling the same formula, trying to make every song as loud as possible? Not great songwriting. Trying to accomplish the same thing with each track? Quite lazy. Using the same words over and over with no purpose, other than a lack of lyrical prowess? Amateurish. Sigh No More? Just don't make me listen to this anymore.
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Not gay. Not the worst thing ever. Let's put this album in perspective. It's overhyped and unoriginal. Kinda like pop-rock with a banjo.
Who's adding this to their charts to the point it's at rank 259? This is ahead of so many masterpieces.
Remember when this was cool?
Disregard what I said. This sucks.
I like folk music but this is not it.
this is just gay.
The banjo strumming that 'Little Lion Man' contains, betrays a love of country and bluegrass and the explicit orchestration is not even distantly related to the cool violins of The Last Shadow Puppets.
But it works: "Sigh No More" sounds like the Appalachians rise in the heart of London, so natural it feels. It lies on the strong songs that a long and hard life suggest. It is responsive to the texts of Marcus Mumford, an early twenties, and they often have a quest for redemption, by love ("Love that will not betray you, dismay or enslave you, it will set you free").
In "White Blank Page" is desperately sought an explanation for yet another failure: "Tell me now where was my fault / In loving you with my whole heart." You should hear him sing with that voice that at least two decades too old for him. The other songs are all mini dramas full of remorse, goodbye, love and (exceptionally) catharsis; inhospitable landscapes as well, which you alternately, and sometimes in the same song ('I Gave You All "), a breeze and a hurricane hear blow.
Other favourites are 'Thistle & Weeds', 'Winter Winds' and 'The Cave'.
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