Remind Me Tomorrow (album) by Sharon Van Etten
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The best album by Sharon Van Etten is Are We There which is ranked number 1294 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 1,374.
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This album is rated in the top 4% of all albums on BestEverAlbums.com. This album has a mean average rating of 77.0/100. The trimmed mean (excluding outliers) is 77.6/100. The standard deviation for this album is 11.5.
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The first time I listen to Sharon Van Etten. Some songs really good, but … not quite impressed.
I think I enjoy a couple of songs here much more than the album itself. It doesn't feel consistant but there are some tracks that are really brilliant, with "Seventeen" being one of the best songs in 2019 and maybe the decade.
Not as consistent as earlier work, but in stretching herself out, she has hit higher peaks.
This is the first time I've listened to Sharon Van Etten so maybe I'm missing something but I wasn't a big fan of this album. The music is not that interesting to me and the lyrics and themes are a bit too personal for me to enjoy. Normally, I can relate to at least the emotion that the artist is feeling if not the situation but I didn't get that from this record. They were even a little distracting at times. "Stay" is the only song that I have an urge to listen to again.
Beautiful record from front to back. "Jupiter 4" in particular is paralysing in its haunting beauty, quite possibly my favourite track of the year so far. Other stand outs like "Comeback Kid", "You Shadow" and "Hands" are dictionary defined earworms.
Love the mixed-bag style of this thing, from the heartland rock of "Seventeen" to the brooding trip hop of "Memorial Day", it all seems (to me at least) to gel together nicely.
That's not to mention John Congelton's production which is on point, as always.
Not quite as big a leap as her last album, and this feels a bit too uneven- it's more languid numbers just tend to drift away rather than adding to a fuller, bittersweet synth-assisted ambience she seems to be going for here. But when it's on, it's on, as she's definitely thrown away the more studied feel of her earliest albums for something that feels much more personal and vital. It doesn't always work, but when it has a surer hand it's among the best music Ive heard in recent years.
Edit: 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. To say that we would never have imagined that Sharon Van Etten would put herself in danger in this way is perhaps a little exaggerated, but we may think that it took a producer like John Congleton to unleash the power which slept in her, which allows her today to create tracks combining purity and intensity. At 37, Sharon Van Etten has long since passed the album of maturity. And yet, given the slap that represents "Remind Me Tomorrow", we say that there is really no age to become an adult, in every sense of the term.
Best track: "Jupiter 4"
Quite the diversion from her previous albums but SVE pulls off darker synth driven sound very well especially on 'Seventeen' one of the best tracks of the year
Simply beautiful. Sharon Van Etten remembers her past life and talks to her double teenager. A female extension of Radiohead's Ok Computer. The best album of 2019 with "Système Bleu Nuit" and "Grey Area".
We do not now realize the place of this album in the best of always ... but we will realize in a few years that will be next to the best of the best ...