Best Album Closers: 2010s

  • Great
  • Good
  • Meh
  • Bad

0 voters

See also this frankly incredible closer

  • Great
  • Good
  • Meh
  • Bad
  • Awful

0 voters

Wikipedia seems to suggest that Formation is the closer. I get where you’re coming from because for most albums All Night would be the best closer and Formation and added bonus track. But for Lemonade it really works, like “here’s this really vulnerable album about a difficult time in my life. Oh, but in case you forgot, here’s a reminder that I can still knock you all out the park if I want to to finish things off”

It’s good compared to HUWD as a whole but meh by previous M83 standards

  • Great
  • Good
  • Meh
  • Bad

0 voters

I’m really new to Let’s Eat Grandma after someone mentioned them in the Sophie thread, and they are seriously my favourite discovery of 2021. What an album - and just when you think it can’t get any better, they hit you with that. Amazing work.

3 Likes

  • Great
  • Good
  • Meh
  • Bad

0 voters

Edit: Not 2010s! So maybe this one instead:

2 Likes
  • Great
  • Good
  • Meh
  • Bad

0 voters

Don’t really go back to that album much but I’m not sure why, there’s a lot of good stuff on it.

Had completely forgotten that track existed but it’s really good!

1 Like
  • Great
  • Good
  • Meh
  • Bad

0 voters

1 Like

I listen to this quite rarely nowadays as it makes me cry pretty easily. I’m far too nostalgic for my own good…

  • Great
  • Good
  • Meh
  • Bad

0 voters

1 Like

I can remember having goosebumps hearing this for the first time.

7 Likes
  • Great
  • Good
  • Meh
  • Bad
  • Awful

0 voters

!!!

4 Likes

Classic, one of the very very best

2 Likes

WHO WILL SURVIVE IN AMERICA
WHO WILL SURVIVE IN AMERICA
WHO WILL SURVIVE IN AMERICA
WHO WILL SURVIVE IN AMERICA

4 Likes

No shame in suggesting one of your own too

1 Like

  • Really Great Closer
  • Great Closer
  • Good Closer
  • Fine Closer
  • OK Closer
  • Weak Closer
  • Poor Closer
  • BAD Closer

0 voters

This is The Silence from A Black Mile to the Surface by Manchester Orchestra btw, dunno why the title of the video didn’t embed