Last Splash (studio album) by The Breeders
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Last Splash is ranked as the best album by The Breeders.
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This album is rated in the top 2% of all albums on BestEverAlbums.com. This album has a Bayesian average rating of 78.2/100, a mean average of 77.5/100, and a trimmed mean (excluding outliers) of 78.4/100. The standard deviation for this album is 13.9.
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Not bad, but not very memorable either.
This record is a very chill and relaxed experience and it is easy to see why it is loved by many. The instruments all work in unison to create this atmosphere that will de-stress anyone and you can just vibe to it the whole way through. The songs that point this out to me the most is Divine Hammer, Do You Love Me Now? and Cannonball. The rest stick to the same vibe but don't really stand out as tracks on there own and feel a bit more like filler tracks. I am also not a massive fan of the vocal performance and think it is quite dull and could be a bit more exciting. It does get repetitive as well by the end and that shouldn't be happening on such a short record. Overall, a chill album that struggles in places on quality but makes up for it by being very enjoyable.
A little lo-fi for my taste, but a fun group of songs.
Awesome album! So energetic! Gotta say side one is far better, but its a great album as a whole
Diverse, experimental, submerged in a haze of illegal substance - this is a great album
Imagine if the concept of Sex, Drugs and Rock n' Roll was submerged into a psychedelic haze.
When the great flood came, only women knew how to swim. But eventually everyone still drowned.
Magic stuff... shame that the EP version of Divine Hammer is better, as is Do You Love Me Now.
Sounds like this band had a great time putting this record together. Kind of has a surfer vibe to it - but on steroids. And "Cannonball" is a flat out great song.
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