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Re: What's Next for Neil Finn?

OneIssue ·
Music is highly subjective, so there's no reason for anyone to agree with anyone, professional critics or not, about what they like and what they don't. E.g. for me 'Wings at the Speed of Sound' is Wings' best album. Moving to the topic of Neil's music pre- and post-Time on Earth, Neil definitely has changed his music. Clearly there are some people who will like that, and some who don't. But, artists rarely stay the same pumping out album after album for decades at consistent quality. If...
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Re: What's Next for Neil Finn?

Mariola ·
Ofcourse, Brownie. But, we dont talk here about human rights to like or dislike or just tastes in music. I am sure that there are some folks who think that Paul Weller made his best music in 80s, but its definitely not something universaly aclaim. Further, what to say in my case when about every new Neils album after TWT I have more similar opinion with most of the critics than most of the fans here? Am I not having a right to be subjective? Futrher, isnt a fact that with every new album...
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Re: What's Next for Neil Finn?

c.houser ·
In the world where we live, more people know him as "Crowded House guy". And some of those folks realize what a great band they were. Until the mid-90's I was a known to friends as a HUGE fan of their music, yet (yes, I'm ashamed) I hadn't memorized the band members' names. But the music was AMAZING.
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Re: Rank every band/project/solo work

Secret God (Stew) ·
So do we rank these individual bands / artists / projects out of 10 based on their entire output? As for other projects, I would include the likes of Citizen Band, The Swingers, Phil Judd, Schnell Fenster, The Makers, Enzso, ALT, Neil & Liam Finn, etc. Unless this is specifically about the Finn Brothers, in which case some of those might not count.
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Re: Rank every band/project/solo work

The Pineapple Head ·
Feel free to add any others. I was doing it fron favourite to least favourite based on their output.
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Re: Rank every band/project/solo work

Whysus ·
Hmmm... this is quite difficult to rank one off projects against a body of work but I’ll give it a whirl... This is just based on my personal preference. I guess the way I have thought about it is who/what I would most like to see (while in their prime) or be most excited to see a new album from as opposed to rating against their full recorded output. 1 Split Enz v1 2 Split Enz v2 3 Crowded House v1 4 ALT 5 Finn Family* 6 Finn Brothers 7 Neil Finn and Paul Kelly 8 7 Worlds Collide 9 Crowded...
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Re: DECADE REVIEW: Favourite/Least Favourite Albums of the 2010s

Above the Kitchen ·
At this time, I would reach for these records in order 1) Pajama Club - it feels alive and inspired; groove enters Neil’s writing with perfect collaboration 2) Out of Silence - deep, dark and topical. You can tell that the events of our time have hung heavily in Neil’s eyes and he expressed them with fragility and nuance. 3) The View .... - songs and production are tied beautifully; there’s a little bit of sameness that makes me forgetful of its beauty. I would not say worst, but these...
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Re: DECADE REVIEW: Favourite/Least Favourite Albums of the 2010s

Sugar Mouse ·
Out of Silence is my favorite Finn-related project of the decade, by far.
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Re: DECADE REVIEW: Favourite/Least Favourite Albums of the 2010s

Paināporo ·
Yes, yes, another decade of Finn music. Aren't we all so spoiled? 1. Favorite thing was absolutely Out of Silence. Every song is incredible and watching the recording process unfold was such a treat. I was excited when Neil collaborated with Victoria Kelly on "Song of the Lonely Mountain" and thought that song was terrific. Then I thought Dizzy Heights would be the album that fulfilled their promise as collaborators. But instead the strings got sort of lost in the albums production while it...
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Re: DECADE REVIEW: Favourite/Least Favourite Albums of the 2010s

Cradle2Grave ·
Hard to find a decisive winner from Intriguer, Dizzy Heights and Out of Silence. I think the quality of songwriting was comparable on all three. Of course, each album is distinguished by a very different sound. Intriguer with a more conventional 'band' sound you can expect from CH. Dizzy Heights with slick, if occasionally over-polished production. Out of Silence with the choir, Infinity Orchestra and Victoria Kelly. I'd put Lightsleeper behind the above three albums. To be honest, I've...
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Re: DECADE REVIEW: Favourite/Least Favourite Albums of the 2010s

Lance LaSalle ·
1. Intriguer. 2. Our of Silence. 3. Light sleeper. I haven’t listened to View Is Worth the Climb much yet.
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