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UK Top Ten Albums 7-17-20 – 7-23-20

 

1 – LEGENDS NEVER DIE – JUICE WRLD – A-

2 – SHOOT FOR THE STARS AIM FOR THE MOON – POP SMOKE – B+

3 – NONE OF US ARE GETTING OUT OF THIS LIFE – STREETS – B-

4 – THE GLOW -DMA’s – B-

5 – DIVINELY UNINSPIRED TO A HELLISH EXTENT – LEWIS CAPALDI – C-

6 – SONG FOR OUR DAUGHTER – LAURA MARLING – B-

7 – FINE LINE – HARRY STYLES – B+

8 – ON SUNSET – PAUL WELLER – C+

9  – FUTURE NOSTALGIA – DUA LIPA – B+

10 – 50 YEARS – DON’T STOP – FLEETWOOD  MAC – B+

Comment: DMA’s are new to me though they’ve been around since 2014, as rock bands go they are a sweet and soft band able to rev up. As a rule of thumb I’m not crazy about posthumous hip hop releases, Biggie’s Born Again from 1998 is the rule of thumb. But I am very please with Juice WRLD, “Wishing Well” is as good as just about anything he has ever released and so is “Hate The Other Side,” a strong last outing.

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