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Atrocity Exhibition (album) by Danny Brown

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Atrocity Exhibition
Atrocity Exhibition by Danny Brown (2016)
Release date: 2016-09-30
Overall rank: 561st   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
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Accolades: Award Top 5 albums of 2016 (5th)
Award Top 100 albums of the 2010s (54th)
Award Top 1,000 albums of all time (561st)

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From JimagineL 5 days ago
Although i really like what's going on instrumentally here I just can't get past his flow and voice. Maybe someday in a diferent mindset i will look back at this and see it's greatness but for now this is not my thing. I still want to see what Danny Brown Will bring us in the future.
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From Kurtco
This is a case of making any psychiatrist curious. Danny Brown is one of my favorite hip-hop artists of the decade, even of all time. "XXX" is arguably the best rap mixtape of the decade. "Atrocity Exhibition" is Danny Brown's album that best probes the darkest recesses of his mind severely eaten away by acidic substances. His horrifying universe - in the sense that we perceive the projections of his macabre imagination - is revealed to us and allows us to understand as never the thoughts that inhabit it, and sometimes haunt it. This album would not be so demonstrative and paranormal without the collaboration of Paul White, who plays a significant role behind the camera. Many listeners will end up on the floor on a creaky floor, obsessed with flashes of debauchery and repressed memories. Danny Brown administers with us "Atrocity Exhibition" the right dose of this music that proves to be terribly addictive and strong, very strong.

9/10

Best track: "Lost"
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From mdbaxter
This album contains a lot of great beats and a lot of great lyricism. I added it to my list because of how strong some of the reviews I'd seen were and because of how different people were saying it was. To that, I'll say it is experimental to a point but it's not exactly Kid A. The album starts much stronger than it finishes, in my opinion. My three favorite songs ("Tell Me What I Don't Know", "Lost" and "Ain't It Funny") all come within the first 6 songs then there isn't really anything for me. It seemed to me that almost every song was too hook-driven. For an album that is praised so much for its experimentation (and I'm not taking away from the fact that the backing beats are different than the norm at times) there sure is a lot if verse-hook-verse-hook going on. Most of the hooks are even catchy, they're just a repetition of the song title. Brown's voice was very off-putting when I started listening to it but it has kind of grown on me. I don't love it but I don't find it as unpleasant as I used to. The album ,as a whole, is alright but I feel that it could have benefited from even more experimentation. "Get Hi" is also not a good song.
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90/100
A very cool album from Mr. Danny Brown. He gets into some real stuff here and sounds great doing it.
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This blows my mind how this is regarded higher than XXX. This is too abstract of hip hop for me to get unfortunately.
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65/100
At first the album hints some exploration and uncommon structures but as it passes you realize these are not songs, these are just ideas that could have been good songs.
Brown's edgy vocals turn monotonous as the album unfolds even though he is a good rapper.
As most of his generation's fulminant peers dedicates his efforts to aesthetics and not in enough in what constitutes good songs.
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75/100
I have revisited this since last May of 2017 after I found a Joy Division track of the same title. This album has aged well for me over the year. The production and album cover are both dark as hell and very creative / innovative. Now giving this a 77/100. I still prefer Old but this is better than XXX.

Standouts: Rolling Stone, Really Doe, Aint It Funny, Goldust, Pneumonia, & When It Rain
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I had previously checked out XXX and didn't really like it so I dismissed this for years. It is absolutely as insane and beautiful as I had heard it to be.
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The thing with this album for me is that it has easily some of the best songs of the decade in the middle of the tracklisting, then it comes out at the start and end of the album with good, but not classic status songs. If this was stripped to 9-10 songs, I'd give it a 95-100%.
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From Onater
...I was not ready for this album in 2016. When I first heard this just over a year ago, I listened to it once, slapped it with a 70/100, and promptly deleted it from my library. It probably didn't help that it was only the fifth hip-hop album I'd ever heard. Trying it again now, it's so much better than I remember. This guy goes HARD.
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