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Uproxx names ‘Red’ as the Best ‘10s Female Album (3rd overall)

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Wow, almost every overrated '10s album is on this list brit15 

While Red is good, I have to assume from Sweetener's + the Bey albums' inclusions that this publication doesn't actually listen to that much music

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They put Platinum in it when we have The Weight Of These Wings? scream2

Where is Cry Pretty? scream2 And RED only at #3 and Melodrama at #6? scream2

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I like to see all the love Red is keep getting 7 years later and throughout that whole period as well. oprah7 ( Of course, not that anyone has to state or confirm that. jj2 )

It's pretty wild to think about the fact that Fearless put her on a map everywhere, Speak Now demonstrated what she can do with instruments and words while Red managed to capture her artistic essence excellently just for her to yield even bigger power with the arrivial of 1989 after which she made more experimentative route with reputation. All that leading us to Lover which is really subliminal message of all her past work. cry0

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Red has just as many downfalls as it does highlights, I wouldnt agree it's #3 overall but it does deserve some recognition bey7

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