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Remind Me Tomorrow (album) by Sharon Van Etten 

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Remind Me Tomorrow
Remind Me Tomorrow by Sharon Van Etten (2019)
Release date: 2019-01-18
Overall rank: 19,762nd   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
77/100 (from 92 votes)
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Accolades: Best album of 2019 (1st)
Top albums of the 2010s (3,963rd)
Best albums of all time (19,762nd)

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Sharon Van Etten bestography

Remind Me Tomorrow is ranked 5th best out of 6 albums by Sharon Van Etten on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Sharon Van Etten is Are We There which is ranked number 1852 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 1,188.

Sharon Van Etten album bestography « Higher ranked (11,954th) This album (19,762nd) Lower ranked (49,961st) »
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From Brad1770 02/11/2019 10:32
S.V.E's 'Remind Me Tomorrow' is a brave move for an artist that is cut from the folk guitar cloth , but satisfyingly it works

The electronic sound is jarring to the S.V.E fan upon first listen but ultimately rewards with patience and repeated listening's . The album really kicks into gear with the superb threesome beginning with the excellent "Comeback Kid" , followed by "Jupier 4" ( named after the instrument responsible for much of the album's sound) followed by "Seventeen"

My only complaint would be the closer "Stay" , probably the weakest track here and IMO ending things on a real bummer

Much has changed in Sharon's life since 2014's land mark 'Are We There' - she became a mum , her acting career took off and she broke through to mainstream consciousness . This album is a reflection of her new found maturity and responsibility

This album will definitely be on my year end best of list
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From Kurtco 02/03/2019 05:00
Some say that "Remind Me Tomorrow" is the best Sharon Van Etten album. But I do not quite agree with that. For his fifth studio album, the American artist is certainly more mature. In this album, she returns to her folk roots and she refers to the classic Rock. But this Rock spirit is drowned in an electronic production not always pleasant. This is still a very good album with autobiographical pop song.

7/10

Best track: "Seventeen"
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From SaulCortes1992 01/31/2019 22:43
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From SleepDealer 01/29/2019 21:49
Decent enough, she's a quality artist. I was expecting something a bit more radical after reading some of the reviews. It sounds like SVE alright, just with a few extra bells and whistles added.
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From meltchett 01/25/2019 10:16
It has moments but nothing that stirs the soul. Decent record
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From saltysurprise 01/23/2019 17:59
It's pretty good. She wears her influences pretty firmly on her sleave, but either way there are enough interesting ideas, melodies, and textures to keep a full listen pretty enjoyable.
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From HoldenM 01/22/2019 01:14
Same as Deerhunter. I like the back half a lot, but it takes a bit to get there.
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From antiquusxy 01/21/2019 10:58
A very impressive record from Sharon Van Etten that'd be difficult for one to find faults with. "Remind me Tomorrow" flows really well and it's a lot of fun to listen to, with its anthemic pop hooks and ambitious production. The inclusion of moody synths and sharp guitars are a nice touch and help to conjure up atmosphere and intrigue; in a sense it reminds me of Julia Holter's staggering record "Aviary" from last year. This will definitely pop up in many people's end-of-year lists in 11 months time.
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