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The following is the fourth of five entries in an entirely subjective and personalized ranking of the 42 albums released in 2017 that I physically own.
15. Lil Yachty - Teenage Emotions: Orbiting The Headphone Masterpiece level of brilliant, sloppy self-indulgence, these supremely bloated 70 minutes of trap, pop-rap, and way too much auto tune are impossible to ignore, even, or perhaps especially, when they’re not very good. Must hear track(s): Priorities, Bring It Back, All Around Me (Feat. YG and Kamaiyah), Lady in Yellow, Made of Glass
14. A Giant Dog - Toy: A tighter, punkier, more musically adept stepchild of The Moldy Peaches, this is some truly fun (and funny) shit to blast at full volume. Must hear track(s): Photograph, Lucky Ponderosa, Fake Plastic Trees, Angst in My Pants
13. Craig Finn - We All Want the Same Things: Without the backdrop of The Hold Steady’s middle-aged, dive-bar rock, Finn’s tales of debauchery, disappointment, and desolation, get pulled to center stage and reveal that they’re also thoughtful, touching, and tender. Must hear track(s): Ninety Bucks, God in Chicago, Rescue Blues
12. At the Drive In - in•ter a•li•a: Getting a bad rap for not living up to Relationship of Command, in•ter a•li•a deserves a second (or third or forth) look as it reestablishes how great ATDI are at bringing just enough order to chaotic dissonance order and building it to a wildly cryptic, and yet unforgettable, chorus. Must hear track(s): Tilting at the Univendor, Incurably Innocent, Governed by Contagions
11. Wild Pink - Wild Pink: While not quite as adventurous or ear-wormy as their sophomore release, this is still a stunning debut, full of lush motifs, warm repetition, and poetic short tales. Must hear track(s): Wizard of Loneliness, Great Apes
10. Can't Swim - Fail You Again: Can’t Swim manage to add just enough grit to power past (or through?) the emo-whine and bring some tremendous slow builds and top-shelf, mosh-pit anthems to the musical table (plus, what would one of these lists be without a relatively unheard of emo act getting far too high a ranking?). Must hear track(s): Hey Amy, Kid, Quitting, Show Me
9. Really From (neé People Like You) - Verse: Take co-ed "Anniversary" style vocals, add some noodling guitars, a complementary trumpet, and plenty of polyrhythms, and you’ve got one of the more interesting jazzy, mathy, emo acts I’ve heard in some time. Must hear track(s): Variations on an Aria, Thumbnail, You Need a Visa
8. The Verve Pipe - Parachute: The Verve Pipe fully embrace their post-stardom, dad-rock sound and that frees them up to create their best album in nearly 20 years, chugging out earnest, effective “adult contemporary” and even dabbling in some prog-folk. Must hear track(s): I Can't Get You Off of My Mind, Grief for the Girl (That You Once Were), Wallflower, The Fine Line
7. Queens of the Stone Age - Villains: Homme channels his inner Bowie and blasts us with some badass blues that gets better with each listen. Must hear track(s): Fortress, Domesticated Animals, Head Like a Haunted House, Un-Reborn Again
— requested by anonymous.
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