Ginger (album) by Brockhampton
Release date: 2019-08-23
Overall rank: 10,502nd
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The best album by Brockhampton is Saturation III which is ranked number 1088 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 2,330.
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Their most cohesive project yet in terms of sound. A lot of the members are really starting to come into their own vocally. I like how on this project, each member seems to be more able to tie their own internal struggles into the greater collective group consciousness.
Fav Tracks: No Halo, Boy Bye, Dearly Departed
This album is honestly really great, and I really hope it gets more attention on this website. I still personally like sat. 2 and 3 more, but I feel like it's a step up from iridescence in terms of flow and overall cohesion. It's a more somber sound, while still retaining the brockhampton sound they're best at. 'No Halo', 'Boy Bye' ,'If you Pray Right', and 'Dearly Departed' especially are fantastic songs, and while the second half is honestly not as great, it's still pretty good.
The amount of emotion this album brings, it warms my dang heart. As much as I loved ameer in the band, the personal history they've had with him is crushing, and I hope for the best for brockhampton, and everyone in it as a whole.
This album may be Brockhampton's most focused album to date but that doesn't make it their best or even good necessarily. Like on previous projects different members stick out in different ways than they have before. In my opinion, Bearface and Kevin continue to be the best to feature vocals in the group while nearly everyone else regresses. Matt Champion doesn't need to do anymore singing like he does on this album. Merlyn is forgettable aside from his "Murder Man" riffing. Joba seems a bit misguided in his efforts to push his artistry forward. Dom McLennon is decent but his "Dearly Departed" verse isn't that great and his style of strictly being a rapper while everyone else is trying other things is becoming a little stale to me. Ryan Beatty has been a nice addition to the crew. With all that being said, the album has a few great tracks in "Sugar", "Boy Bye" and "Ginger". A few others are good but songs like "Big Boy" and "I Been Born Again" are not of the quality that I've come to expect. A lot of the songs seems as though they were lazily recorded and then they tried to make something out them after.
Favorite tracks: No Halo, Heaven Belongs To You
Never been able to get into Brockhampton but I REALLY enjoyed this album, there's a perfect mix of somber and upbeat tunes and SUGAR is sooooo good holy heck, there's not a weak track here I think, they're all insanely memorable, my favorite album by them so far
Their shift in sound and identity on the second album Post-Vann has plenty of highs, but too many middling tracks.
Tracks 5-8 is one of my favorite stretches on any Brockhampton album.
It starts off incredibly well. Tracks 1-7 are among their finest material ever, particularly Dearly Departed and How To Pray Right.
However, as soon as the record hits I Been Born Again, it seems to totally shapeshift into a mess of autotune and excessive effects and never really recovers until Victor Roberts (which is a solid, emotional closing piece).
Still, it has some extremely high highs, and is overall a solid outing from Brockhampton that (like Iridescence) does not quite reach the high mark set by the Saturation trilogy.
Highlights: Dearly Departed, How To Pray Right, Sugar
THE BEST BOY BAND SINCE ONE DIRECTION is here to make you cry with their most heartfelt and tightly produced record yet.
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