22, A Million (studio album) by Bon Iver
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The best album by Bon Iver is For Emma, Forever Ago which is ranked number 109 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 13,508.
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A short, interesting, consistent and cohesive record that is far from anything we have heard from Bon Iver before but it works brilliantly. The glitchy, electronic style takes a bit of time to get used to it at first but once you connect and understand it you start to see how great this project is. That rich and grand feel that we get with older projects is still there but it is backed with experimental sounds that give the soundscape an exciting edge to explore. The vocal is phenomenal all the way through and carries us on the transition from folk to this electronic sound. Every song is at least great and they all blend into each other extremely well making for a smooth flowing listen that never really breaks stride. The synth work is phenomenal and are not over used to the point where they would become cringey or confusing. Also, the samples are such a massive highlight and add depth to the record. Overall, this might not be their best record but it is definitely one of their most exciting to put on and you have to appreciate the quality and experimentation on this project.
Strange, Fascinating, Eclectic. Like nothing I've encountered in a record before.
It took me a very long time to “get” this album but once I did it became one of my all time favorites 9/10
Loved all four Bon Iver album, this one is not different. Loved Creeks and 666 the most.
For Emma, Forever Ago was sublime. This is a million miles away from that classic folk album - but this is an amazing album. I took to it right away - I saw a comment below by JulienR saying take away the gimmicks and it is a folk album and I can buy into that. So many highs and no lows below Good delivered
2nd best Bon Iver. Its an album that will be overlooked by many for its ambitiously experimental sound, nearly too ambitious. You can hear a lot of Kanye here. But he doenst over extend himself on the experminenation, he nails it. This album is nearly perfect. Once you start seeing through some of the production gimmicks you realize how great these songs really are. Even GR33ks, a song with no instrumentation besides Justin's voice over auto-tune, manages to feel really impactful. 9.5/10 record for me
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I know he had to take another turn (because he did). Done with what he had done so very good before. A repeat would have been 'tragic'. He has my full attention. But I simply don't like the new, in this album. Some day again, next year, or in ten years he will make something that knocks me again. I feel sure of it. If not, he still has made two small miracles of albums.
Listen to Lambchop. He still tops Bon Iver, and is in the same weight-class, or genre...
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