The Money Store (studio album) by Death Grips
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The Money Store is ranked as the best album by Death Grips.
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|3 days ago||TonySayers61||8,623||66/100|
|4 days ago||jvozz||98||76/100|
|5 days ago||Purplepash||3,802||75/100|
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This album is rated in the top 1% of all albums on BestEverAlbums.com. This album has a Bayesian average rating of 82.4/100, a mean average of 80.7/100, and a trimmed mean (excluding outliers) of 82.5/100. The standard deviation for this album is 18.0.
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This album is pure energy right from the start and manages to maintain this high tempo without fail. Every song sounds compact and is short and never outstays their welcome. We are treated to this harsh electronic creation of beats that are complex but also extremely catchy. They really make this album as enjoyable as it possibly could be. On top of this we get some interesting lyricism which is delivered brilliantly. The gritty shout style of vocal we experience is amazing and really powers home the words and suits the style of music they are going for. When you combine it all together you get a very tightly packed release that is very cohesive and flies by due to its explosive nature. Overall, this record really holds nothing back and deserves a lot of praise for its consistency as well as the quality that is all over the music.
Honestly, I can respect the rawness of this album, but from a production perspective combined with my lack of love for this genre in general, I was disappointed based on the hype. The album in my opinion is just a bit too low-fi sounding from an engineering perspective. It's almost exhausting listening to due to the EQ'ing.
Delícia de pedrada mista de old-school com eletrônica!
A very unique and interesting listening experience. I don't feel it's quite worth the hype, but it was really good. It's not easy to pull off something this experimental with flying colors. A total in your face bombardment of noise, but from a genre I'm not at all used to hearing that from. I thought it was cool. Aye Aye.
This felt life my ears were running barefoot on a treadmill at max speed while simultaneously cooking bacon...
The album is very much a package of system overload to the ears. Death Grips are just unloading pallets of sonically charged production and beats that you kinda don't know what to focus on first.
I personally like to focus on the lyrics and potential story of hip hop tracks, which was somewhat of an impossible task during this album's listen given the compressed drumming, paranoid synths, and stream of lyrics and hooks coming at me from every direction. I also had a hard time thinking which songs were my favorites because by the time the 8th song was finished, I couldn't distinguish one from another.
Next time I'll try and listen with lyrics in front of me, though I'm not exactly rushing to relisten to the album.
There's definitely an interesting sound here, it just hits you like a tidal wave before you can figure out what that particular sound is.
Until I can figure that out, I'll give this a 72/100
Look I get that it's creative and original.... but I just don't like it at all... and I like hip hop. This noise gets over 80 in ratings for 2010s release? What a joke... probably too electronic for me.
definition of outstanding
Fav. Tracks: Get Got, The Fever (Aye Aye), Hustle Bones, System Blower, Bitch Please, Hacker.
Best: Get Got, The Fever, Lost Boys, I've Seen Footage, System Blower, Punk Weight, Hacker
Worst: Fuck That
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