2021 Albums [Upper Echelon on Mediums]

23 Dec

If you can believe it, not 1 but 2 of my desktops crashed.  So this was very time-consuming to post.  I’ll jazz it up when I sort out my technology situation.

Here’s the scoring system again:  Gone are the days when artists can hide meh-bad songs in an album and still sell based on 1-2 singles (thank goodness).  As such, I penalized the less than good songs more than I scored the awesomes high.  Streaming is harsh.  Here’s the scale I used for this entire list:

  • awesome 5
  • A-Gr cusp 4.5
  • Great 4
  • Gr-G cusp 3.5
  • Good 3
  • G-N cusp 1
  • Neutral -1
  • N-M cusp -2
  • Meh -3
  • M-S cusp -4.5
  • Skip -6

Florida Georgia Line- Life Rolls On

awesome 5; A-Gr cusp 4.5; Great 4; Gr-G cusp 3.5; Good 3; N-G cusp 1; Neutral -1; N-M cusp -2; Meh -3; M-S cusp -4.5; Skip -6

4awesome20; 0Great; 6Good18; 1G-N cusp1; 3Neutral-3; 1Meh-3; 2Skip-12 = tot21

Long Live- G
Life Looks Good- G
Countryside- N
Always Gonna Love You- N
I Love My Country- N
Hard to Get to Heaven- G
Long Time Comin’- G
Interlude- S (Negligable)
Ain’t Worried Bout It- N-G cusp
Beer:30- A
New Truck- S (Pandering; repetitive)
Eyes Closed- G
Second Guessing [Songland]- A (Rated prior to seeing it’s from 1 of my fave shows)
Good to Me- A
U.S. Stronger- M
Life Rolls On- A (I like the fast parts)
Lil Bit- G

Blake Shelton-Body Language:
awesome 5; A-Gr cusp 4.5; Great 4; Gr-G cusp 3.5; Good 3; N-G cusp 1; 2G to M-S cusp-0.75; Neutral -1; N-M cusp -2; Meh -3; M-S cusp -4.5; Skip -6
A; 2Gr8; 2Gr-G7; 3G9; 1G-N1; 4N-4; M; S = tot 21
Minimum Wage- Gr (I love the down to Earth sentiment.  Love is worth more than money, and keeping up with the Joneses is stress, not happiness.)
Body Language- N
Happy Anywhere- Gr-G (Duet with Gwen. She is SUCH a cool girl. Idk why she always mirrors her boyfriends. They sound good together though. Nice plucking. Banjo?)
Now I Don’t- Gr (Rough voice. Ohhh the shade.)
Monday Mornin’ Missin’ You- G-N (A drinking song. A break up song.)
Corn- N (I like the cheeky instrumentals. But I’m not sure about singing about corn. Beer? Yes. Jeans? Maybe. But feedstuffs Might be a bridge too far.)
Makin’ it up as You Go- N (Nothing really special.)
Watcha Doin’ Tomorrow- N
The Girl Can’t Help It- G
The Flow- Gr-G (The faster singing is catchy.)
Neon Time- G (You know how much I love the kindergarten instruments.)
Bible Verses- G ( It’s slow and pleasant. Rectifying lifestyle and religion. I like it for marginalized people, but it’s a little hard to take a rich, white, male celebrity seriously…)

Adele-30

For such a highly anticipated album, I found myself wanting more…  It’s good, but not her best work.

awesome 5; A-Gr cusp 4.5; Great 4; Gr-G cusp 3.5; Good 3; N-G cusp 1; Neutral -1; N-M cusp -2; Meh -3; M-S cusp -4.5; Skip -6

2A10; 1A-Gr4.5; 2Gr8; 3G9;  1A to M-S split0.25; 1N-1; 1M-3; 1S-6 = tot 21.75

Strangers by Nature N (Sounds circa 1937 swing, with Snow White stuff at the end)

Easy On Me A (Showcases her beautiful singing)

My Little Love S (I can’t stand when artists insert their kids on the track, and there a lot of talking clips on this. The feelings are real, and powerful, but I’d like to hear them written within lyrics, not just taped talking.)

Cry Your Heart Out G (The distortion sounds good and is unique in that it’s still singing, not obscuring bad singing.  The syncopation made the song interesting.)

Oh My God Gr (Catchy, the claps are natural and not too forced or out of place.)

Can I Get It G (The whistling is…  It’s OK.  I didn’t expect it from an Adele song, and it’s good for the album, as it differentiates it.)

I Drink Wine A-Gr (Note-I scored this before knowing the title.  I like that it tells a story and features notes.  I do NOT like that I can hear shimmer in Adele’s voice, probably from her smoking.  What a fucking stupid habit for a singer to have! Oh goddamn it–more talking?  That took it down a level for me.)

All Night Parking G (I especially liked the piano, it transported me to a jazzy wine bar).

Woman Like Me M

Hold On Gr (The backing chorus does a lot to make this song soulful and bigger in the room.  This is Adele’s sweet spot, in my opinion.  She sounds amazing fronting a churchy-sounding choir.)

To be Loved 0.25 (Best singing technique on the album, but the song itself was boring af.  So I split the difference between A =5 and M-S cusp =-4.5)

Love is a Game A (This loops back to the tone and style of the first song.  There is all the hitting of the rough notes, Adele is known for, a choir that brings out her vibe so well, and a flute.  There is also a motown-flavor to the brass backing and falsetto repeated phrases.  It’s a good finish to the album.)

Lord Huron-Long Lost

I super like the vibe of this album, even if it’s kind of low-key and doesn’t exactly spark the enthusiasm of a series of awesome songs.  The album is cohesive and has technical skill throughout.  This album isn’t exciting on first listen, but it’s the type of album where the complexities become more and more clear with every listen.

awesome 5; A-Gr cusp 4.5; Great 4; Gr-G cusp 3.5; Good 3; N-G cusp 1; Neutral -1; N-M cusp -2; Meh -3; M-S cusp -4.5; Skip -6

0A; 1A-Gr4.5; 4Gr16; 5G15; 1G-N1; 2N-2; 2M-6; 1S-6 =tot36.5-14 = tot 22.5

The Moon Doesn’t Mind G-N (I love the cowboy on a lonely night ride sound to the singing and guitar, but in the age of streaming, we don’t need a 10sec intro song.)

Mine Forever A-Gr (They do such a good job of making the beat of the song similar to a horse’s gait, it just screams cowboy. The strings are such a welcome and pleasant surprise.  I also like the echoed singing.)

(One Helluva Performer) S (I guess I don’t understand the interludes.  I remember them from physical CDs in the 1990s, but the whole listening experience has changed, so they’re just extras now.  And they can’t stand alone which is a problem. So it’s a skip because it’s unnecessary, not because it’s bad).

Love Me Like You Used To G

Meet Me in the City Gr-G (The vibrato singing is just so skillful.  And I like the swirling instrumentals along with the plodding horse beat.  The use of orchestral strings is bringing a lot to the table and filling out the sound without removing the lonely cowboy vibe.)

(Sing for Us Tonight) N (It’s just 1 line so it’s unobtrusive.  I guess I would like these interludes better if they were attached to the following track.  Because I know they’re either going to be weird alone, or get skipped in a shuffle).

Long Lost Gr-G (This singing reminds me of Strange Trails album which I really loved.  The low singing tones do a lot for the song, and differentiate it from the rest of the album.  It’s a catchy one also.)

Twenty Long Years G

Drops in the Lake G (Sounds really good when the backing instrumentals hit some higher notes.  I also like how the instrumentals sound haunting and really take your mind to a location.  Despite being calm, this album is very conducive to bringing a visual message to the listener.)

Where Did the Time Go M

Not Dead Yet G (A more upbeat song is welcome. The guitar makes me excited.)

(Deep Down Inside Ya) M

I Lied Gr-G (The harmonies are beautiful.  I like the lyrics, they tell a surprising story.  Showing unexpected releif at the dissolution of a relationship made the song unique.  I enjoyed how the instrumentals told the story for a whole phrase.  It was like the lyrics said it in English, then the instruments conveyed it through feelings.  The build up was exciting at the end.)

At Sea G (I like how this is a continuation of the story told in the prior song.  After the break-up, he is independent, yet lonely.  The flair of a Hawaiian/Calypso sound fits just right with a sort of rebound time in a person’s life.  They made the instruments sound sparkly then like water.  The bells sound reminds me of spurs.  It blends so seamlessly into the final song that I didn’t know it happened.)

What Do it Mean Gr-G (I only knew this was the next song, because it builds to sound triumphant.  The final interlude is catchy, and feels like the heroic moment after a shoot-out or something.  It sounds really good the way the vocals are echoing.  And there are percussive elements that remind me of snakes in the desert, the calls of bugs, and horse footsteps.  There are just so many small elements in the music that lend to visualization.)

Time’s Blur N (It adds finality and closes the album in a way that makes sense.)

Dropkick Murphys-Turn Up That Dial

awesome 5; A-Gr cusp 4.5; Great 4; Gr-G cusp 3.5; Good 3; N-G cusp 1; Neutral -1; N-M cusp -2; Meh -3; M-S cusp -4.5; Skip -6

0awesome; 4Great16; 3Good9; 1G-N cusp1; 3Neutral-3; 0Meh; 0Skip = tot 23

Turn Up That Dial N

L-EE B-O-Y cusp of N-G

Middle Finger G

Queen of Suffolk County G

Mick Jones Nicked My Pudding N

H.B.D.M.F. Gr

Good As Gold Gr

Smash Shit Up Gr

Chosen Few Gr

City By the Sea G

I Wish You Were Here N

Brandi Carlile: In These Silent Days

I am relieved in the direction Brandi is heading with this album.  It seems like we’re back on the Bear Creek track, and that’s a great thing!  I thought the album was good, but I think it didn’t rank higher because there were only 10 songs.  Also because it’s a bit of a bummer.

awesome 5; A-Gr cusp 4.5; Great 4; Gr-G cusp 3.5; Good 3; N-G cusp 1; G-N to N cusp 0; Neutral -1; N-M cusp -2; Meh -3; M-S cusp -4.5; Skip -6

2A10; 2A-Gr9; 0Gr; 1Gr-G3.5; 3G9; 1G-N1; 1G-N to N cusp 0; 0N; 0M; 0S = tot 23.5

Right On Time A-Gr (Those notes!  It’s a good opener for the performance and excitement, but also the beginning of the album’s story.)

You and Me on the Rock N-G

This Time Tomorrow G

Broken Horses A

Letter to the Past G-N to N (The metaphor bothers me.)

Mama Werewolf A-Gr (I just know this will be wildly popular with Brandi’s fans .  I like it and appreciate the symbols and the singing, but it doesn’t make me enthusiastic like a true awesome should.)

When You’re Wrong G (This 1 tells a complete story. It’s brutal.)

Stay Gentle G (Good sentiment.  Don’t think I missed that call-out to (straight) Evangeline who loves Coyote, ‘Stay wild’)

Sinners Saints & Fools A

Throwing Good After Bad G-Gr  (Depressing. Great singing. Bleak.)

Twenty-One Pilots- Scaled and Icy:

It’s weird-I couldn’t tell if this was a new album, or if it was just older songs remixed.  And adding livestreams to the thing made it unruly and long.  I had to look up if this album was in fact new after I had listened to it.  So that’s not great.  The album wasn’t memorable, unique, or cohesive.  It did, in fact, sound like a handful of songs from various albums thrown together in haphazard manner.

awesome 5; A-Gr cusp 4.5; Great 4; Gr-G cusp 3.5; Good 3; N-G cusp 1; G-N to N cusp 0; A to S cusp -1; Neutral -1; N-M cusp -2; Meh -3; M-S cusp -4.5; Skip -6

A; 2A-Gr9; 2Gr8; 2Gr-G7; 8G24; 3G-N3; 1A-S-1; 4N0; M-3; 1S-6 = tot 51

23 songs, but are the same so I’m only judging the 11 brand new songs.

A; 1A-Gr4.5; 1Gr4; 1Gr-G3.5; 5G15; 3N-3; M; S = tot 24

Good Day G (It doesn’t really sound like the same band. Not a heavy opener, which would have been better. It’s a pleasant song.)

Choker G (More electronic sounding, but subdued.  Talk rap was a relief to hear, bc I finally knew what band this was.)

Shy Away G (Catchy beat. The end is briefly great, the rest is repetitive and forgettable.)

The Outside A-Gr (Syncopated like they did before, so it is catchy.  Some electronic flair.  Probably the best song to this point.  Just enough talk-rap to satisfy.)

Saturday G (Catchy.)

Never Take It N (I’m not really a fan of fake claps, as it gives thinks a superficial, 80s vibe.  The lyrics are a bit heavier than the lightness of the instrumentals conveys.)

Mulberry Street Gr (This just isn’t as inventive or unique as their first albums.  But there are hints of that older stuff, like the shouted, talk-lyric phrasing, and the slower words. This is like them, but if they took an Ambien before playing, not as high energy, or clickin’.)

Formidable G (The beat is nice on this one.)

Bounce Man N (I don’t care for that “‘ol lady” stuff.)

No Chances Gr-G (OK, this album is too long already.  But some electronic unique noises were very welcome, as was the talk-rapping they’re known for.  I love the darker/deep aspects of this one, it reminds me of like, living in a 1984, doing work watched by robots, vibe.)

Redecorate N (I guess I wasn’t listening super-closely, but is there suicide ideology in this one?  It’s a bummer, either way.)

Choker/Stressed Out/Migraine/Morph/Holding On to You G (Talk rap. Weird transition. Last 1 a little screamy. Interesting version of stressed.  Didn’t like 3rd song w/crowd)

Mulberry Street (livesteam)- G-N

Lane Boy/Redecorate/Chlorine G-N (Like the rapping best so far on album.   Choppy transition)

Shy Away (livesteam) G (Hate scream but that background instrumental)

The Outside (livesteam)- G-Gr (It’s such a fun rap.  Off key for brief moments of crowd-work.)

Heathens/Trees/Saturday/Level of Concern/Ride/Car Radio A-Gr (I like this low-key version. Quiet but not boring.  Fun to hear Heathens acoustic.  Smooth transition to Trees-a true hybrid.)

Jumpsuit/heavydirtysoul- A-S (Fast lyrics sound great!  But I’m pretty sure this is not new material.  Exciting. Good guitar, but it sounds muddy.  The screaming kills it for me.)
Sat/level of concern-  (IDK why it’s a medley when they are played as completely different songs. 1st was G. 2nd the horn is a neat addition Gr. Ride also transitions as completely different songs. Went from depressing to screamy. S)
Never take it Livestream-N
Level of concern- G-N (Like the jazz beat. Like the sparse baking. Nice pause. Like lower key rapping.)
Liz Phair- Soberish:
awesome 5; A-Gr cusp 4.5; Great 4; Gr-G cusp 3.5; Good 3; N-G cusp 1; Neutral -1; N-M cusp -2; Meh -3; M-S cusp -4.5; Skip -6
A; 1A-Gr4.5; 1Gr4; 1Gr-G3.5; 5G15; 2G-N2; 2N-2; 1M-3; S = tot 25
Spanish Doors- Gr (The rounds sound awesome, and the layered sound is nice.)
The Game- G (Pleasant singing and moderately catchy.)
Hey Lou- N (The singing sound “off” but intentionally so, is it in a minor key?  The pause was different and tricked me.)
In There- N
Good Side- G-N (The voice sounds multi-dimensional but not exactly layered.)
Sheridan Road- M (Quiet.  Miss-able.)
Ba Ba Ba- A-Gr (Catchy, held notes sound good.  Fast part is interesting.  More rounds)
Soberish- G
Soul Sucker- G-N (The autotuned ending fast, layered part is the best part.)
Lonely Street- G (The higher key does a lot for the poetry, very emotive.)
Dosage- G (This one reminded me of a 1990s rom-com movie montage.  Complete with na nas.)
Bad Kitty- Gr-G (The fast list is the best part of this song. )
Rain Scene- G (Just short rain sound to end.)

Buckcherry- Hellbound:

awesome 5; A-Gr cusp 4.5; Great 4; Gr-G cusp 3.5; Good 3; N-G cusp 1; 2G to M-S cusp-0.75; Neutral -1; N-M cusp -2; Meh -3; M-S cusp -4.5; Skip -6

1A5; 1A-Gr4.5; 3Gr12; 2Gr-G7; G; 1G-N1; 2N-2; M; S = tot 27.5

54321- A-Gr (A bit loud at times, but high energy to start the album.)

So Hott-Gr (The guitar runs are catchy.  The beat is amped up.)

Hellbound- Gr-G (Base makes it exciting and edgy. Guitar breakdown is rockin’.)
Gun- G-N (I never thought I would say 2021 is the year of the harmonica, but here we are.)
No More Lies- N
Here I Come- Gr (I don’t like all the yelling but the fast drums and faster guitar is nice! Explosion is last sound.)
Junk- N (instrumental break is energetic.)
Wasting No More Time- Gr (It’s a relief to hear more of a singing song vs. yelling. Catchy. Rounds and harmonies sound real good.)
The Way- A (I like the deeper lyrics. A love song is a good change of pace. The playing is sweeter and a bit anthemic.)
Barracade- Gr-G (Catchy. The triple guitar notes sound great.)

Lady Gaga-[anniversary; remix;] Love for Sale

OK, I was hard on ‘ol Tony Bennett throughout my review because it was difficult to hit the right pitch, sustain notes, and he had some jitter and shimmer.  I thought it was same sexism stuff, overlooking the men’s vocal faults while being hyper-critical of women’s voices (and that’s still a thing). But I found out later he has Alzheimer’s which can do all those things to your voice.  So I’m not going to rewrite every review, but just know I’m not a total asshole.

awesome 5; A-Gr cusp 4.5; Great 4; Gr-G cusp 3.5; Good 3; N-G cusp 1; S A-Gr cusp to S -0.75; Neutral -1; N-M cusp -2; Meh -3; M-S cusp -4.5; Skip -6

1A5; 1A-Gr4.5; 3Gr12; 3G9; 2G-N2; 1A-Gr cusp to S-0.75; N; M; 1S-6 = tot 25.75

It’s De-Lovely Gr (Old singing style, fits the 1930s swing style.  A lot of jazzy notes.  They sound good together.)

Night and Day G (She does such a good job singing in that old timey way without being obviously over the top or cringe (and very good enunciation).  He sounds a little pitchy, and his voice has aged.  The backing music is lovely.  The piano interlude sounds good, as does the last high note.)

Love for Sale A-Gr to S (He sounds like Shit on this one-shouldn’t let him sing alone, especially longer phrases.  OH my gosh-smile becomes a smirk! Where have I heard that before? TS.  Gaga is very on-point in the singing style and she really carries the tune.  The brass sounds great, and is the best thing about this song.)

Do I Love You G-N (It’s just a quiet little song with Lady Gaga solo.  Her singing sounds nice, but instrumentals are sparse, and not a lot goes on in the sing.)

I’ve Got You Under My Skin Gr (This has a very clean swing beat & tune.  The harmonies are on-point in this one.)

I Concentrate on You G (Some flute along with some nice brass backing.  I was serious about not letting Bennett sing alone for too long, his voice is not on pitch.  Gaga really hits her sections though.  And ending on high flute notes?!)

I Get a Kick Out of You G

So In Love S (He sounds terrible, terrible!)

Let’s Do It A (These are such fun lyrics and Lady Gaga sounds just the right way technically, and brings a cheekiness to it.  Taylor is better at pulling off cheeky, but Gaga’s got that high note in the end.)

Dream Dancing G-N (I like the jazzy drums, especially.  This feels like a good wine bar soundtrack.  It’s more background music though, not super-special.)

Just One of Those Things Gr (Very swing.)

You’re the Top Gr-A (Nice harmonies.  I like the playful drums. That last note!)

Taylor Swift:  Red Vault

awesome 5; A-Gr cusp 4.5; A-G cusp 4; Great 4; Gr-G cusp 3.5; Good 3; N-G cusp 1; Neutral -1; N-M cusp -2; Meh -3; M-S cusp -4.5; Skip -6

2A10; 1A-Gr4.5; 1A-G4; 1Gr4; 2Gr-G7; G; 1G-N1; 1N-1; 1M-3; S = tot 26.5

Nothing New- Gr-G (Repeated motifs of everything at 18, nothing at 22.  “…meet her.”)

Message in a Bottle- N (It’s a fun-vibe with some echo and 80s flair.  Seems more like a 1989 sound though…  It’s a bit flat, and repetitive, I can see why it was cut, actually.)

I Bet You Think About Me- A (It opens sounding both country and cheeky, which is my favorite Taylor, honestly.  Also, I can tell this song was at least modified for Karlie.  Do you hear that ‘Betty’ harmonica? The duet sounds natural and nice.  I really don’t like how TS tries to play it off like she grew up on an agricultural farm though–her family was always loaded *eye roll*  It’s cool how she’s calling out gold-digging so harshly though-I love a feisty-Tay!!!)

Babe- A Nobody can convince me this song is not entirely for, or re-purposed recently for Karlie.  It’s got some super-pointed lyrics that pertain to the situation.)

Forever Winter Gr-G

Run- M (Ed manages to make me fall asleep with boredom every time he sings.  I don’t get it?)

Ronan- Gr (What a very sad song.  It’s a very detailed story.)

The Very First Night- G-N (Um. This rhyme scheme is SO gay.  “her” is most definitely the word that fits.)

Better Man A-Gr (Good harmony. Bitter.)

All Too Well (10 Minute Version) A-G cusp (I think the new Kaylor lyrics make the song less boring for me. I thought it was super overrated before but now there’s a little something for the Gaylors. The singing is better too. And I do like the different cadence near the actress part now.)

Buckcherry- Hellbound:

awesome 5; A-Gr cusp 4.5; Great 4; Gr-G cusp 3.5; Good 3; N-G cusp 1; 2G to M-S cusp-0.75; Neutral -1; N-M cusp -2; Meh -3; M-S cusp -4.5; Skip -6

1A5; 1A-Gr4.5; 3Gr12; 2Gr-G7; G; 1G-N1; 2N-2; M; S = tot 27.5

54321- A-Gr (A bit loud at times, but high energy to start the album.)

So Hott-Gr (The guitar runs are catchy.  The beat is amped up.)

Hellbound- Gr-G (base makes it exciting and edgy. Guitar breakdown is rockin’.)
Gun- G-N (I never thought I would say 2021 is the year of the harmonica, but here we are.)
No More Lies- N
Here I Come- Gr (I don’t like all the yelling but the fast drums and faster guitar is nice! Explosion is last sound.)
Junk- N (instrumental break is energetic.)
Wasting No More Time- Gr (It’s a relief to hear more of a singing song vs. yelling. Catchy. Rounds and harmonies sound real good.)
The Way- A (I like the deeper lyrics. A love song is a good change of pace. The playing is sweeter and a bit anthemic.)
Barracade- Gr-G (Catchy. The triple guitar notes sound great.)

Barenaked Ladies- Detour de Force:

This is another album that would have benefited from a different track order.  Two of the most upbeat, examples of their former work were right at the beginning and in a row.  And two of their quieter, more subtly great songs were next to each other to close the album.

awesome 5; A-Gr cusp 4.5; Great 4; Gr-G cusp 3.5; Good 3; G-N cusp 1; Gr-S cusp -1; Neutral -1; N-M cusp -2; Meh -3; M-S cusp -4.5; Skip -6

A; 2A-Gr9; Gr; 3Gr-G10.5; 4G12; 2G-N2; 2N-2; 1N-M-2; M; S = tot 29.5

Flip- G (Upbeat, still their clever, fast-singing, as is their signature.  Still got that catchy hook.)

Good Life- G (I like that this album has a positive vibe, so far, without being too saccharine or over the top.  There is a rap interlude, and it’s good.)

New Disaster- Gr-G (I love that they are able to use SAT words and still sound natural in songs.  The fast part reminds me of ‘We Didn’t Start the Fire’ one of my fave songs.)

Big Back Yard- G-N (As a Millennial, I can get behind this dream-of wanting a home.  Good piano interlude.)

Live Well- N (The singing style reminds me of Neil Young.)

Flat Earth-  Gr-G (The background music sounds fun-z-fun.  The chorus has a fun na-na-na-na-na tune.)

Here Together- N

Roll Out- Gr-G (Another upbeat song is welcome.  I like the ‘hey’ and the Backstreet Boys call out.  The drive around in circles is neat, because the lyric becomes visual with repetition.)

Bylaw- G (I like the 1950s rock and roll sound of the verse-very throw-back. Weird end.)

God Forbid- G-N

Paul Chambers- N-M (It doesn’t sound like them at all.  Low key and jazzy, and different, softer singing.)

The National Park- G (I like the 70s instrument snippets, and piano scales.  The end reminds me of being in a forest, or hearing an echo in nature.)

Man Made Lake- A-Gr (Good syncopation.  Catchy.  Visual lyrics.  The background sounds like stars outside might.)

Internal Dynamo- A-Gr (The beginning has kind of a western feel.  Low-register singing sounds great.  Music becomes more upbeat, with rougher singing.  Then reverts back.  Expertly changes singing, instrumentals, and vibe of song without being all over the place.)

Tomorrow I’ll post the top of the list!

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