04. Madonna - Madame X
Madonna is willing to try something new again, but this album had too many ideas. She should have been selective a bit and ditched the autotune. It isn't flawless or one of Madonna's best albums, but it is a decent album and actually one of the most interesting and creative. It definitely seems underrated when critics overrated some other basic pop albums.
Highlights: Medellin, God Control, Crave
03. Lana Del Rey - Norman Fucking Rockwell!
Artist/s: Charles Wesley Godwin
Release Year: 2019
Trinitea: Hardwood Floor, Seneca Creek, Here in Eden
I'm shook to discover I like, not only a country artist but a traditional country artist. Hardwood Floor has to be my favourite song from the album, folkea, joyful and sweet all wrapped together with his talente
The Legend of Zelda series has birthed some of the most amazing music of any game series in history.
This is my ranking for the 30 best musical tracks to come out of this magnificent story ~
The Legend of Zelda (1986)
A Link to the Past (1991)
Ocarina of Time (1998)
The Wind Waker (2002)
Twilight Princess (2006)
Skyward Sword (2011)
A Link Between Worlds (2013)
Breath of the Wild (2017)
30 – 26
100. Happy now? (if someone else is saying it)
99. Word to the wise
98. Above and beyond
97. On pins and needles
96. Keep your chin up
95. Son of a gun
94. As good as done
93. When God closes a door, he opens a window
92. May lightning strike me
91. Lose your marbles
90. Crafty as a fox
89. Says you!
88. To the ends of the Earth
87. Wine and dine
86. Twenty three skidoo
85. Shooting fish in a barrel
84. Bob's your uncle
83. Where did I go wrong?
82. Hit the ro
100. Happy now? (if I'm saying it)
99. Call the shots
98. Rome wasn't built in a day
97. On the fence
96. Cream of the crop
95. Up and running
94. A shot in the dark
93. Steal my thunder
92. Not playing with a full deck
91. Without batting an eye
90. Come hell or high water
89. Game, set, match
88. Method to his/her madness
87. Keys to the kingdom
86. Chip off the old block
85. Can't cut the mustard
84. Bite your tongue
83. Take it with a grain of salt
melanie martinez - k-12 (album review).
following her 2015 debut, k-12 is melanie's first album in 4 long years, which have all been spent on this project. the album is 13 tracks long, representing kindergarten through 12th grade. i'll be reviwing this album track by track, and i hope you enjoy and please request albums you'd like for me to review!
track I: wheels on the bus.
this album begins with this happy, groovy tune, very reminiscent of the cry baby era, narrating mel
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Concept Art of various titbits (The Region, Lillie, Pikipek)
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