Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by ElectricHearts, Oct 14, 2015.
Yeah I was hesitant to give Theme Song a listen but it’s fantastic.
This whole album still holds so fucking well, and Theme Song knocks so hard.
Theme Song really doesn't have any business being this good. That chorus is hauntingly beautiful.
Um Theme Song is wonderful. Bossa MØva is not something I knew I needed.
I've had Red Wine stuck in my head all day.
This album is FILLED with potential singles, a shame she hasn't been able to capitalise on it.
I’m still taken with this album. There are a couple clunkers but I Want You, Blur, If It’s Over, Imaginary Friend and Purple Like the Summer Rain are some of my favorite songs from last year. She has a remarkable way of voicing rampant anxiety and self induced loneliness.
That "Purple Like the Summer Rain" reign just won't let up. I absolutely adore that song. It's lush, summery, and transportive. I think it's my most-played MØ song.
Same. I fucking love the melody for it.
I love my Japanese physical CD version of this album, as it includes Kamikaze, Final Song & Nights With You.
I can't believe she took forever to release this and then it does nothing. POOR IT.
I bought the Japanese version as well, it was the only way to go really.
I only wish it had the New Year’s song to wrap up all the orphan singles.
This video came out a bit late, but yas, a bop.
These videos a year after the (highly underrated) album's come out......sis.
This album was such a chronic disappointment. She can do so much better. I still play No Mythologies all the time.
I don't understand why videos are bring released now, but I still love this album. It was one of my soundtracks to last (Australian) summer, and now the weather is warming up again, it's going back on rotation. I Want You is a perfect pop banger.
I know it went down quite well on here. I just find that compared to the debut it's so conversative, sonically unadventurous, lacking in memorable hooks and generally has a sense of "will this do?". I really think the album she was going to put out with Kamikaze, Final Song, Nights With You and the unreleased banger On & On she performed live (all far better than everything here) would've been a much stronger sophomore effort.
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