Rank a Discography

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    Gibs

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    Daft Punk

    1. Random Access Memories
    2. Discovery
    3. Homework
    4. Human After All
     
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    Paramore

    1. Paramore
    2 After Laughter
    3 RIOT!
    4 brand new eyes
    5 All We Know is Falling
     
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    Judas Priest:
    1. Painkiller (My favorite traditional metal album of all time, 2nd favorite "metal" album of all time)
    2. Screaming For a Vengeance
    3. Sad Wings of Destiny
    4. Stained Class
    5. Defends of the Faith
    6. Killing Machine
    7. British Steel
    8. Sin After Sin
    9. Turbo
    10. Point of Entry
    11. Ram It Down
    12. Rocka Rolla
    13. Angel of Retribution
    14. Nostrodamus
    15. Juggulator
    16. Demolition
    17. Redeemer of Souls
     
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    Guns N' Roses

    1. Use Your Illusion II
    2. Use Your Illusion I
    3. Appetite for Destruction
    4. G N' R Lies
    5. The Spaghetti Incident
    6. Chinese Democracy
     
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    Chevelle:
    1. This Type of Thinking (Could Do Ua In)
    2. Wonder What's Next
    3. Vena Sera
    4. The North Corridor
    5. Sci-Fi Cirmes
    6. Point #1
    7. Hats Off to the Bull
    8. La Gorgia
     
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    The Pretty Reckless
    1 Light Me Up (could have some more catchy melodies and choruses, but it's very good overall, has the best Taylor Momsen vocals and two gems in Just Tonight and Make Me Wanna Die)
    2 Who You Selling For (lyrically their best album, focusing on depression, some very good songs, but lost some of the power they had on Light Me Up)
    3 Going To Hell (lyrically terrible and sonically nothing that amazing besides Heaven Knows,Follow Me Down and Blame Me, the other songs are likeable with some good melodies, but not real jams)

    Curious to see what they'll come up with in the future.
     
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    Real Friends:
    1. Put Yourself Back Together
    2. Maybe This Place is the Same and We're Just Changing
    3. Everyone That Dragged You Here
    4. This is Honesty
    5. The Home Inside My Head
    6. Three Songs About the Past Year of My Life
     
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    Massive Attack
    1. Mezzanine
    2. Blue Lines
    3. Protection
    4. Heligoland
    5. 100th Window
     
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    Disturbed:
    1. Indestructible
    2. 10 Thousand Fists
    3. Down With the Sickness
    4. Believe
    5. Immortalized
    6. Asylum
     
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    Nirvana

    1. In Utero
    2. Nevermind
    3. Bleach
     
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    Queens of the Stone Age:
    1. Songs For the Deaf
    2. Like Clockwork....
    3. Villains
    4. Lullabies to Paralyze
    5. Era Vulgaris
    6. Rated R
    7. Queens of the Stone Age
     
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    Braids:

    1- Deep in the Iris
    2- Flourish // Perish
    3- Native Speaker
     
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    Sadistik
    1. Ultraviolet
    2. Flowers For My Father
    3. Altars
    4. The Balancing Act
     
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    Taylor Swift
    1 1989
    2 Red
    3 Taylor Swift
    4 Reputation
    5 Speak Now
    6 Fearless

    As to Reputation, songs like End Game (very calculated move to bring a rapper because it's trendy and he destroys a good song), King Of My Heart, some backing vocals in Don't Blame Me, the electronic in I Did Something Bad and the awful transitions to the choruses in Look What You Made Me Do and Gorgeous underrate it. Some of her best ever songs, though in ...Ready For It?, Delicate, Gorgeous, Getaway Car and New Year's Day. Dress and Dancing With Our Hands Tied areother quite good moments.

    1989 is the best vocally, very good sonically and acceptable lyrically. Shake It Off is the only bad son and has some amazing moments like Welcom To New York, Blank Space, Style, Out Of The Woods, All You Had To Do Was Stay, Wildest Dreams and Clean.

    Red would be the best if it wasn't for some cheesy songs, but none of the highest two comes close to the debut in instrumental quality, which falls to third just because of the lack of memorability in many songs. Standouts are Red, All Too Well, The Last Time, I Almost Do and Everything Has Changed.

    As to Speak Now, it has less standout moments and instrumental quality, but all songs are good.
    Fearless is the only bad album I think she has, the one I had a hard time to finish, Not even the duet with Colbie Caillat worked well. I wish I could have been able to hear Colbie's voice more clearly. The lyrics are too long and complcated, it's an album to save a few songs and move on.
    Her albums could be shorter, something around 40 minutes would work best considering some songs are filler.
     
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    The Gaslight Anthem:
    1. American Slang
    2. The 59 Sound
    3. Get Hurt
    4. Handwritten
    5. Sink or Swim

    I have to rt this order
     
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    The xx
    1 I See You (better vocally than any other and more varied instrumentally, but very neck and neck with Coexist)
    2 Coexist (more varied instrumentally than xx, but still not quite there vocally)
    3 xx (has one of the best songs which is Intro, but has a lot of filler and too safe vocals)

    This rank is from only one listen of each album, so it can keep changing. As a whole, they are good in what they do, but they don't risk much with other sounds or genres.
     
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    I only like I See You, the other 2 albums are boring af (except Intro :lol:)
     
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    I think they've been improving with every album, but yes xx is a bit boring. Coexist is some improvement, mostly vocally. The instumentation is good on every album, but my biggest concern as to them is clearly the vocals. Say Something Loving is a great song and one of their best in every way, though.
     
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    Boards Of Canada
    1. Tommorow's Harvest
    2. The Campfire Headphase
    3. Geogaddi
    4. Music Has The Right To Children
     
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    The XX:
    1. The XX
    2. Coexist
    3. I See You
     

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