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Pray For The Wicked
Panic! At The Disco
Pray for the Wicked is the sixth studio album by American rock band Panic! at the Disco. The album was released on June 22, 2018. on Fueled by Ramen and DCD2. It is the follow-up to the band's fifth studio album, Death of a Bachelor. The album was produced by Jake Sinclair and promoted by the singles "Say Amen", "High Hopes" and "Hey Look Ma, I Made It", with " Silver Lining", "Dancing's Not a Crime" and "King of the Clouds" released as promotional singles. It received generally positive reviews upon release, with many critics noting Urie's Broadway influences following his performance in Kinky Boots.
Beyoncé is the eponymous fifth solo album by American singer Beyoncé. The record was released on December 13, 2013 by Parkwood Entertainment and Columbia Records. Developed as a "visual album", its songs are accompanied by non-linear short films that illustrate the musical concepts conceived during production. Its dark, intimate subject material includes feminist themes of sex, monogamous love, and relationship issues, inspired by Beyoncé's desire to assert her full creative freedom.
The album's initial recording began in New York City, where Beyoncé invited producers and songwriters to live with her for a month. During extensive touring the following year, the album changed as she conceived of creating a visual accompaniment to its songs and resumed recording sessions with electronic producer and rock musician Boots. Their collaboration led to more sonically experimental material, which combined contemporary R&B with electronic and soul music. Throughout this period, the album's songs and videos were composed in strict secrecy as Beyoncé devised an unexpected release.
Even though Night Visions has several repackaged tunes from Imagine Dragons' previous EPs, including the instantly appealing breakthrough hit "It's Time," the band's debut LP is a confident, commercially savvy collection of energetic hooks, crunchy electro beats and glossy synthesizers. With sweeping choruses and booming bass, it's big-sounding party rock, but the savvy, kitchen-sink production of Alex da Kid makes other would-be singles like "Bleeding Out" and "Tiptoe" as interesting as they are overwhelming. Even though under all the layers there are occasionally pockets of pure cheese ("With the beast inside, there's nowhere we can hide," Dan Reynolds sings on "Demons"), the scope of the band's full-length debut leaves a big impression.
Twenty One Pilots
Twenty One Pilots
Twenty One Pilots is the self-titled debut studio album by American band Twenty One Pilots, released independently on December 29, 2009. The album sold 115,000 copies and peaked at number 139 on the U.S. Billboard 200. It is the only album to feature bassist Nick Thomas and drummer Chris Salih before they both left the band in 2011.
Born To Die
Lana Del Rey
Born to Die is the second studio album and major label debut by American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey. It was released on January 27, 2012 by Interscope Records and Polydor Records. Del Rey collaborated with producers including Patrik Berger, Jeff Bhasker, Chris Braide, Emile Haynie, Justin Parker, Rick Nowels, Robopop and Al Shux to achieve her desired sound. Their efforts resulted in music that the album incorporated alternative pop, baroque pop, indie pop, and trip hop.
After attaining online success after its initial premiere on June 29, 2011, "Video Games" was released as the lead single from Born to Die on October 7, 2011; it peaked at number ninety-one on the US Billboard Hot 100. Its follow-up singles "Born to Die", "Off to the Races", "Blue Jeans", "Summertime Sadness", "National Anthem", and "Dark Paradise" achieved varying levels of success. French producer Cedric Gervais' remix of "Summertime Sadness" was released on July 11, 2013 and became Del Rey's highest-charting single in the United States, reaching number six on the Billboard Hot 100.
4 is the fourth studio album by American singer Beyoncé. It was released on June 24, 2011 by Parkwood Entertainment and Columbia Records. Following a career hiatus that reignited her creativity, Beyoncé was inspired to create a record with a basis in traditional rhythm and blues that stood apart from contemporary popular music. Her collaborations with songwriters and record producers The-Dream, Tricky Stewart and Shea Taylor produced a mellower tone, developing diverse vocal styles and influences from funk, hip hop, and soul music.
Severing professional ties with father and manager Mathew Knowles, Beyoncé eschewed the music of her previous releases in favor of an intimate, personal album. 4's lyrics emphasize monogamy, female empowerment and self-reflection, a result of Beyoncé considering a maturer message to contend artistic credibility. In May 2011, Beyoncé submitted seventy-two songs to Columbia Records for consideration, twelve of which appeared on the standard edition.
4 was promoted in mid-2011 by television performances and festival appearances, such as Beyoncé's headlining Glastonbury Festival set.
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy features the fearless artistic expression of an obscure cult classic on the scale of a mainstream superstar. Transcending hip-hop and pop, this sonic barrage plays out like an audacious, epic drama—Kanye's performance finds him delving deep into his dark side, as brooding as he is bold. Memorable hits include "Runaway," "Power" and "Monster," while "All of the Lights," featuring Rihanna, is an absolute explosion. On "Lost in the World" with Bon Iver, 'Ye's raps are pure poetry: "You're my heaven, you're my hell…You're my freedom, you're my jail/You're my lies, you're my truth/You're my war, you're my truce/You're my questions, you're my proof."
21 is the second studio album by English singer-songwriter Adele. It was released on 24 January 2011 in Europe and on 22 February 2011 in North America by XL Recordings and Columbia Records. The album was named after the age of the singer during its production. 21 shares the folk and Motown soul influences of her 2008 debut album 19, but was further inspired by the American country and Southern blues music to which she had been exposed during her 2008–09 North American tour An Evening with Adele. Composed in the aftermath of the singer's separation from her then partner, the album typifies the near dormant tradition of the confessional singer-songwriter in its exploration of heartbreak, self-examination, and forgiveness.
Adele began writing 21 in April 2009, when still involved in the relationship that subsequently inspired the record. Dissatisfied with once again portraying herself as the musical tragedian of her debut, she had intended to compose a more upbeat and contemporary follow-up. However, studio sessions ended prematurely due to a lack of inspiration.
Red (Deluxe Edition)
Red is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It was released on October 22, 2012, by Big Machine Records, as the follow-up to her third studio album, Speak Now. The album title was inspired by the "semi-toxic relationships" that Swift experienced during the process of conceiving this album, with Swift describing the emotions she felt as "red emotions" due to their intense and tumultuous nature. Red touches on Swift's signature themes of love and heartbreak, however, from a more mature perspective while exploring other themes such as fame and the pressure of being in the limelight. She explained how red can be associated with feelings on “opposite ends of the spectrum.” The album features collaborations with producers and guest artists such as Gary Lightbody of the band Snow Patrol and Ed Sheeran, and is noted for Swift's experimentation with new musical genres. Swift completed The Red Tour in support of the album in 2014, which became the highest-grossing tour of all time by a country artist, grossing over $150 million.
Red was well received by critics and earned Swift two Grammy Award nominations, for Best Country Album and Album of the Year.
Doo-Wops & Hooligans
Doo-Wops & Hooligans is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Bruno Mars, which was released on October 4, 2010 by Atlantic and Elektra Records. After the release of the EP It's Better If You Don't Understand, Mars' writing and production team The Smeezingtons began working on the album with Needlz, Supa Dups and Jeff Bhasker as producers. Doo-Wops & Hooligans draws on a variety of influences. Lyrically, the album visualizes carefree optimism along with failed relationships, pain and loneliness. It was promoted primarily through the Doo-Wops & Hooligans Tour and a number of television appearances. The album title was chosen to reflect simplicity and appeal to males and females.
The album received generally positive reviews from music critics, who praised the album's similarity to the work of American artists Michael Jackson and Jason Mraz, although others felt that the album tried too hard to appeal to all groups. On September 24, 2010, the album was made available before its official release. Nevertheless, it became a commercial success, topping the charts in Canada, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
Panic! At The Disco
Hey Look Ma, I Made It
Panic! At The Disco
Somebody That I Used To Know (feat. Kimbra)
Say Amen (Saturday Night)
Panic! At The Disco
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