Coexist (studio album) by The xx
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The best album by The xx is xx which is ranked number 340 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 5,333.
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Second album syndrome. The same style as their debut, which was great, but lacking all the magic. Very disappointing. Nothing memorable about any of the tracks for me.
The whole theme and storyline is a bit played out but this album still holds a place in my heart, I remember it as a very emotional teen still in the throes of puberty and the peak of insecurity. Funny, but true, and this was also somewhat a little bit of a window into the indie world for me.
Angels, Tides and Our Song stand out. Not as strong as their debut but still a good solid album
The XX, a poor man's Beach House.
I just realized I like this one better...
not as good as their first but pretty close. also its so damn chill
A solid follow-up to "xx", but strips the minimalist sound back further, and as result this sounds a bit like a band heavily influenced by the xx's debut.
Album number three will be a big one... top tier newcomers or one trick pony?
Still has the sound of their debut, but instead of subtle and soft-spoken, it's completely lacking a pulse. This is a shrug and a mutter.
Not as good as the first album, but still enjoyable.
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