Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Aidan, Mar 30, 2019.
I prefer Blue Lips to Lady Wood. 'hey you got drugs?' still gets me every single time
Blue Lips flushes Lady Wood down the toilet.
Wasn’t the groupthink consensus on here that Lady Wood was dull and Blue Lips was an amazing return to form upon their respective releases? How the turns table.
I don't think the turns have tabled, Lady Wood was considered a blinding pop album from the very beginning.
This isn’t entirely true.
I actually prefer a greater chunk of Lady Wood compared to Blue Lips.
I mean, you have songs like Imaginary Friend, Don’t Talk About It, Influence, WTF Love Is, how can I not?
Yeah this is what I got from the previous thread as well (unfortunately).
Lady Wood > Blue Lips
The second half of Lady Wood is strong AF.
The second half of Lady Wood is the worst part of her discography excluding Imaginary Friend.
I'm more in camp Blue Lips. I can't even remember anything on Lady Wood.
True Disaster, her best song...?
Tove Lo hasn't put out an album that's below an 8/10.
To you. It was polarizing upon release on the forum and reviews were similar.
I personally came around to Lady Wood in a huge way about six months after release. The pop hooks are immense and while the lyricism at times felt too obvious it’s more external world building that truly blossoms on Blue Lips. The latter is more meticulously constructed and all around the better album but it’s too devastating particularly in the back half for me to spin it as much as I have Lady Wood.
That’s the worst song on Lady Wood
Habits, Talking Body and Moments remain her holy trinity for me
Ok but cycles.
Blue Lips' forte was its forward thinking pop production, so I can't wait to hear what she does with FINNEAS
"Stranger" is still such a triumph. Give me more of those dramatic electro-bangers sis
Blue Lips did grow quite a bit after initially feeling indifferent, but Lady Wood was/is/will always be my preferred album. Fucking banger after banger.
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