Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? (studio album) by Deerhunter

Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? by Deerhunter
Year: 2019
Release date: 2019-01-18
Overall rank: 5,484th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
72/100 (from 206 votes)
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Accolades:
Award Top albums of 2019 (67th)
Award Top albums of the 2010s (1,067th)
Award Best albums of all time (5,484th)

Deerhunter bestography

Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? is ranked 6th best out of 13 albums by Deerhunter on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Deerhunter is Halcyon Digest which is ranked number 249 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 7,895.

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65/100
From 05/29/2020 13:02
I admit I am not impressed by this album.
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From 04/18/2020 02:18
If anyone\'s feeling slightly disappointed by this album then there\'s a great live performance that they do at the Best Kept Secret festival https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2EuD9C8VbA
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80/100
From 04/29/2019 00:27
Another good Deerhunter album in a very consistent discography. Starts off with some great songs including "Death in Midsummer" and "Element" which have great baroque pop orchestral elements, a newish sound for the group that works very well. There are a few duds in the form of failed experiments on the second half including "Detournement" and "Tarnung"; the latter is also Lockett Pundt's contribution to the album breaking the tradition of him writing only one or two songs per record but those being the best. That said, Cox's many inventive songs make up for this including "What Happens to People", "Futurism" and "Plains" all bearing the classic hallmarks of Deerhunter's inventive approach to music.
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80/100
From 02/22/2019 06:45
To the poster who says the album doesn’t really get going until the back half I implore you to listen to the first two tracks a bit more. They are fantastic. Even the third track has its place, reminding me a little of an instrumental piece that would fit seamlessly onto an Air album. I get the feeling that this will go close to my album of the year even this early into 2019.
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From 02/16/2019 09:07
This is the album to ease yourself into the DH journey. It is definitely a lighter, psych-pop offering but catchy enough to draw you in. No one’s Sleeping is a cracking track and does, in fact, have a semblance of Desire Lines-style guitar meander.
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70/100
From 02/13/2019 07:52
Always hoping for a new DH album full of "Desire Lines". Unfortunately not this time. It's good, not special and definetely not as good as Halcyon Digest, but then I think that's hard to match...
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From 02/11/2019 10:10
Finally , finally ! A D.H album that has clicked with me . Okay so it's 2019 but hey better late than never

This album had me the very time I heard "Death in Midsummer" and is an early contender for song of the year (BTW check out the video to this track on YouTube it's very cool) . Some seriously good tracks here in "No Ones Sleeping" , the instrumental "Greenpoint Gothic" and closer "Nocturne"

My only negative is the rather odd "Detournement" with it's annoying robot voice saying hello to various country's . For mine it's a strange inclusion that breaks the flow of the album situated exactly half way

Guess I need to go back and revisit 2010's ' Halcyon Digest' now the D.H penny has dropped ....
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From 02/08/2019 02:59
Very good.

Favorite tracks: Element

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From 02/03/2019 05:16
I really enjoyed "Halcyon Digest" I thought this album was interesting and original. But Deerhunter's new album, "Why Has not Everything Already Disappeared?", Did not produce the same effect at all. Deerhunter has become a basic and uninspiring Indie Rock band.

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From 01/30/2019 22:30
I really dislike the basic pop hipster sound on this album. However once I got past that it's actually not that bad, relatively consistent and some decent instrumentals and hooks
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