April 29, 2014

It's pretty hard to pin just one genre to this album, considering the wide array of instrumentation and styles present in the work. In it you can hear a lot of Albarn's influences like hip hop, electronic, rock, and multiple African styles, to name a few. So far, it's exceeded my expectations, and it will no doubt continue to do so after I finish listening to it.

That's about enough of my gushing, what are your favorite albums?

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