When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (album) by Billie Eilish

When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? by Billie Eilish
Year: 2019
Release date: 2019-03-29
Overall rank: 1,376th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
75/100 (from 403 votes)
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Award Top 10 albums of 2019 (6th)
Award Top albums of the 2010s (206th)
Award Best albums of all time (1,376th)
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75/100 (from 403 votes)
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This album is rated in the top 18% of all albums on BestEverAlbums.com. This album has a mean average rating of 73.0/100. The trimmed mean (excluding outliers) is 74.9/100. The standard deviation for this album is 17.3.

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90/100
From 05/16/2020 08:47
For me, the best album of the year. Really touched by the whole package (voice, sounds, videos).
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80/100
From 02/29/2020 14:09
Good album. It is a Pop-album without sounding like dozen things before. Cool song ideas, her voice has something tempting and mesmerizing.
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80/100
From 02/20/2020 23:49
Half of you guys need to chill the fuck out. Nothing this popular has been this unique in a long time. Can we just be excited that trap could be on it's way out?
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60/100
From 02/20/2020 23:15
Overproduced, snobbish minimalism, and I don't use the O-word often. It can only fool people of the same age as her, which is fine though. I could bash this all day, but fact is something made by someone of her age is never gonna be too impressive, so I'm not gonna act mad about it. Her songwriting isn't so bad, quite good actually, but her producer is really annoying and overly artsy, but then again, she is too probably. I hope that one day she will realize her songs are actually really great pop hits and ballads, and stop trying so desperately to make it something "more" (as if pop is less). With a more cheesy (for the pop songs) and rich (for the ballads) production and not whispered (I'm sorry, but she just can't pull it off) most songs could be awesome. And now you think I'm just not open minded for her style. We'll see in a couple of years if we hear more of this forced minimalism back; I doubt whether she herself might go back to it; her older singles sound much better, because they're more simplistic.

She's gonna make great music one day, but not yet. I'm looking forward to it though, 'cause I know it's coming.

Watching normies on instagram hate her guts is the funniest thing ever though. They seem to be unaware of the fact that whispered vocals have existed for decades in pop music.
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From 01/29/2020 20:56
The last six are Top .... 100
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65/100
From 01/28/2020 13:29
Had some bright spots and ended strong but was just inconsistent. Lacked the dynamism of some albums of a similar genre. Of course “Bad Guy” is a bop though.
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From 01/27/2020 08:18
Wanted to see what all the hubbub was about this album...

Not bad at all. I'm happy that it wasn't as accessible as mainstream pop albums out there. It's very avant-garde with some subconscious, disruptive drop-ins that enhance the song more than distract from it. Billie has a very nice voice when she chooses to sing above her mumbles and whispers.

I'm hoping that the minimalism is more to amplify the theme of subconsciousness and unknowing in the album, and that she chooses to sing more in the future. There are some songs that I didn't particularly care for, but others that were a very nice surprise to me.

She has some things to say that are pretty topical at this time, and since she has the world in her palm now, so I hope she spreads either positive or thought-provoking messages in her next songs/album.

Favorite Tracks: Xanny, All The Good Girls Go to Hell, Wish You Were Gay, Listen Before I Go, I Love You
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From 11/12/2019 05:57
5.3/10

Not as terrible as some make it out to be, she needs to find her own lane of music and take more time to craft her lyrics. She sounds too much like Lorde who, by the way, is the better artist.

She has potential but needs time to mature.
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