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They're always exceptionally harsh on established artists and very lenient towards newer, younger artists. Artists like Eminem, Gaga, Katy, Timberlake can barely crack 70 whereas Selena Gomez who

Welcome to the world of Chromatica Reviews! We will keep track on the Metacritic, and as well reviews from the publications.  Official Metascore: 79 (23 Reviews)  Album of the Yea

Ugh, you just reminded me that ARTPOP deserved better. I actually can't believe she doesn't have a higher metascore than 78

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On 5/26/2020 at 1:46 PM, Red said:

Why does this fanbase have this colective false memory that it was acclaimed? :poot: 

The grammy noms and win effect I guess. I forgot about the metacritic score being low too :saladga:

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On 5/26/2020 at 1:46 PM, Red said:

Why does this fanbase have this colective false memory that it was acclaimed? :poot: 

The grammy noms and win effect I guess. I forgot about the metacritic score being low too :saladga:

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I really feel like the reviews could go both ways. If you like dance out of music, 9/10. but if you don't, could easily be a 3/10. I'm a little scared for the metacritic 

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On 5/26/2020 at 9:00 PM, Aarghya said:

Previous Studio Albums Metascore: 

The Fame: 71

The Fame Monster: 78 

Born This Way: 71

ARTPOP: 61 

Joanne: 67 

I'm sorry but with scores like these I can't really consider their opinions valid :flop:

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2 hours ago, StarstruckIllusion said:

it’s so unclear how to leave a review. I can’t find the rating part at all... n e ways irrelevant ass site tbf

Let me check :)

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                                                                                     The Sun: 4/5 

THERE’s a tendency in this industry to throw female pop stars on the scrapheap after a few years, declaring them past it or not as exciting as the newbies bursting through.

But 12 years after her debut single, Lady Gaga is proving there’s still a place for pop in 2020 and she’s leading the way with fluorescent pink hair and electronic anthems to boot.

While the lyrics document heartbreak and hardship, sonically Chromatica is fizzing with optimism following her more downbeat 2016 album Joanne.

She had already released two of the best songs of 2020 so far with Stupid Love and Rain On Me, featuring Ariana Grande, but there are plenty of other standout moments, including Enigma, 911, Replay and Babylon, which sounds like a modern tribute to Madonna’s Vogue.

A couple of tracks, including Plastic Doll, fall slightly flat, but this is a triumphant comeback and her best album since 2011’s Born This Way.

With Chromatica, Gaga will be soundtracking dancefloors for years to come.

 

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2 minutes ago, Aarghya said:

                                                                                     The Sun: 4/5 

THERE’s a tendency in this industry to throw female pop stars on the scrapheap after a few years, declaring them past it or not as exciting as the newbies bursting through.

But 12 years after her debut single, Lady Gaga is proving there’s still a place for pop in 2020 and she’s leading the way with fluorescent pink hair and electronic anthems to boot.

While the lyrics document heartbreak and hardship, sonically Chromatica is fizzing with optimism following her more downbeat 2016 album Joanne.

She had already released two of the best songs of 2020 so far with Stupid Love and Rain On Me, featuring Ariana Grande, but there are plenty of other standout moments, including Enigma, 911, Replay and Babylon, which sounds like a modern tribute to Madonna’s Vogue.

A couple of tracks, including Plastic Doll, fall slightly flat, but this is a triumphant comeback and her best album since 2011’s Born This Way.

With Chromatica, Gaga will be soundtracking dancefloors for years to come.

 

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