Album (album) by Girls
In total, there are 3 music albums by Girls which appear in the greatest album charts and Album is NOT ranked as the best. The best album by Girls is Father, Son, Holy Ghost which is ranked number 572 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 2,002.
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Album track list
|1.||Lust For Life||82/100 (14 votes)|
|2.||Laura||79/100 (11 votes)|
|3.||Ghostmouth||77/100 (10 votes)|
|4.||Goddamn||76/100 (11 votes)|
|5.||Big Bad Mean Motherfucker||77/100 (11 votes)|
|6.||Hellhole Ratrace||82/100 (14 votes)|
|7.||Headache||77/100 (10 votes)|
|8.||Summertime||76/100 (10 votes)|
|9.||Lauren Marie||77/100 (10 votes)|
|10.||Morning Light||77/100 (10 votes)|
|11.||Curls||76/100 (10 votes)|
|12.||Darling||76/100 (10 votes)|
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It's well put together but it's still missing something. The vocals are really good.
Christopher Owen's mother was part of a religious cult which endorsed female prostitution to convert those unfamiliar with the sect. This is not the etymology of missionary position but it is certainly a twisted backdrop for a very talented, and quirky individual to begin his life witnessing. The events that followed helped him solidify and address aspects of his identity that led him to debut with Album. Even while acknowledging weakness, Owens remains fairly positive: "it isn't right to sit around and think about the awful things that get you down". So he finds happiness in music and love interests. With similar names like Laura and Lauren Marie peppering his album, it seems he's chasing a certain aesthetic. The journey doesn't waiver despite his admission of chemical imbalance and loneliness. Love this album...
Unfortunately ... average. You can listen to but nothing more
Relistened to it today and I have been harsher than I should have. I don't find it good, but 'Lust For Life' is nice, and the rest is average, it sure doesn't deserve the beating I used to give it.
A masterpiece of an album. Track after track feels so honest and straight forward. The Australian bonus tracks, "Solitude" and "Life In San Francisco" make this album even greater.
i guess you either love it or hate it. if you hate it you have no soul
The first two tracks, "lust for life" and "laura", make this album alone. Opening line "I wish I had a boyfriend. / I wish I had a loving man in my life. / I wish I had a father, / maybe then I would've turned out right." atop a gorgeous guitar lick segueing into some playful harmonies. The lyrics are often heartfelt and from-the-gut somewhat sad, but still makes for a feel-good time with such upbeat and playful arrangements. Often sunny and psychedelic, they even sound like a groovy 50s band (a la the raveonettes) on "big bad mean motherf*cker".
I find it easy to forget sometimes how good this album actually is until i re-listen to it. Hellhole Ratrace gets me every time.
Overhyped and already forgotten
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