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TWENTY ONE PILOTS - BLURRYFACE (ALBUM)
Label:ATL/WAR
Entry:31/05/2015 (Position 11)
Last week in charts:23/04/2017 (Position 36)
Peak:7 (1 weeks)
Weeks:56
Place on best of all time:224 (1532 points)
Year:2015
World wide:
ch  Peak: 22 / weeks: 61
de  Peak: 27 / weeks: 63
at  Peak: 12 / weeks: 53
fr  Peak: 13 / weeks: 82
nl  Peak: 18 / weeks: 91
be  Peak: 17 / weeks: 112 (Vl)
  Peak: 19 / weeks: 91 (Wa)
se  Peak: 9 / weeks: 65
fi  Peak: 5 / weeks: 64
no  Peak: 5 / weeks: 57
dk  Peak: 9 / weeks: 44
it  Peak: 13 / weeks: 73
es  Peak: 4 / weeks: 52
pt  Peak: 13 / weeks: 28
au  Peak: 7 / weeks: 56
nz  Peak: 2 / weeks: 82

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CD
Atlantic 7567-86699-3


TRACKS
15/05/2015
CD Atlantic 7567-86699-3 (Warner) / EAN 0075678669934
15/05/2015
Digital Atlantic 75679926951 (Warner) / EAN 0075679926951
29/05/2015
CD Atlantic 7567866922 (Warner) / EAN 0075678669224
1. Heavydirtysoul
3:54
2. Stressed Out
3:22
3. Ride
3:34
4. Fairly Local
3:27
5. Tear In My Heart
3:08
6. Lane Boy
4:13
7. The Judge
4:57
8. Doubt
3:11
9. Polarize
3:46
10. We Don't Believe What's On TV
2:57
11. Message Man
4:00
12. Hometown
3:54
13. Not Today
3:58
14. Goner
3:56
   
07/08/2015
LP Atlantic 7567866963 (Warner) / EAN 0075678669637
   
02/12/2016
CD Atlantic 7567866235 (Warner) / EAN 0075678662355
   

MUSIC DIRECTORY
Twenty One PilotsTwenty One Pilots: Discography / Become a fan
TWENTY ONE PILOTS IN AUSTRALIAN CHARTS
Singles

TitleEntryPeakweeks
Stressed Out07/02/2016225
Ride12/06/20161820
Heathens03/07/2016329
 
Albums

TitleEntryPeakweeks
Blurryface31/05/2015756
Vessel / Blurryface18/12/2016394
SONGS BY TWENTY ONE PILOTS
Cancer
Can't Help Falling in Love
Car Radio
Doubt
Fairly Local
Fake You Out
Forest
Glowing Eyes
Goner
Guns For Hands
Heathens
Heavydirtysoul
Holding On To You
Hometown
House Of Gold
Kitchen Sink
Lane Boy
Lovely
Message Man
Migraine
Not Today
Ode To Sleep
Polarize
Ride
Screen
Semi-Automatic
Stressed Out
Tear In My Heart
The Judge
The Run And Go
Trees
Truce
We Don't Believe What's On TV
ALBUMS BY TWENTY ONE PILOTS
Blurryface
Blurryface - Live
Twenty One Pilots
Vessel
Vessel / Blurryface
 
REVIEWS
Average points: 4.77 (Reviews: 13)
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**
I've tried and I just can't deal with this album. It's this weird conflicting thing where I both totally get their appeal, while I totally don't. Because the course of this album seems to be to do whatever and stuff the consequences. Unfortunately the consequence is that it makes for some rather unlistenable material. I just find the lyrics aggravating at times. In a year where Hopsin set the bar for bad lyrics, they make several contenders across this album. Perhaps most bothersome is the occasionally cropping up trend of superiority to the music that's on the radio. It just doesn't work when they have so many songs that seemed polished for the same purpose. If that's their intention then it doesn't really work out as they're not exactly better than what is on the radio. Like most FBR bands, they're just as obnoxious as their fanbase. I'm not taking this cringe trip again.
*****
Great album. I like it how they combined in different genres including pop, hip hop, reggae, rock (in nicest ways). The rap is also amazing even the screaming vocals are added elsewhere. The 14 songs are good even though the lyrics are quirky and too long sometimes but the effort is just brilliant, there are happy tunes, swagger tunes, and messy tunes. And also the theme such as darker tones also well in progress even though they use programming alot

My highlights on Blurryface are:
Not Today, Hometown, Polarize, Lane Boy, We Don't Believe What's On TV and The Judge

Score: 9.5/10
****
I quite enjoyed this one, and the songs are not as polarizing as I thought they were going to be. Ride is by far my favourite track from them, and to be fair, is probably the only reason that I gave this a go. I don't think much of Stressed Out and the rest of the singles did little for me, but listening to this now, I do like them for the most part. They are quite experimental in their sounds, which is probably why they were so popular for that period. It will be interesting to see if they can follow up the success of this. Solid effort.
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