The orgy of weird-kooky electronic overload continues.
The songs are mostly catchy and adorable, but, together, they all sound the same after a while.
You are invited to Walk the Moon’s biggest 80s-themed dance party ever,
No surprise that Of Monsters and Men are from Iceland. Only a band from that weird continent called Europe could come up with something this quirky.
Phillip Phillips’s follow-up effort suggests that he is, at the very least, moving forward in the right direction.
Come to AWOLNATION and enjoy the beautiful WTF-ery.
Holy molly, it’s a 1960s-1970s rock revival or what?
Let’s celebrate the big 20 by rehashing piano tunes with another piano and some strings!
Why change something that is not broken?
Okay, this isn’t so bad, but who is he again?
Hey, it’s that album with Home and… well, a couple of songs that aren’t Home.
Who is he again?
He still sounds like a dork.
Some of the songs here are so infectious and catchy, it’s embarrassing.
Hey, shorty’s got an album out!
Same songs, different titles. This is getting boring.
Hahahahaha… wait, this thing is real?
The greatest hits from Malaysia’s Queen of Rock are pretty great.
Sporty Spice continues to be boring.
Beautiful? Corny and cheesy, more like.