Not getting into all of this because a lot of it I've already talked about it or it wasn't a played significantly enough. Lots of old punk rock.
Drunk by Thundercat - So this album is all I expected it to be, great from front to back. Loved Them Changes, Captain Stupido, Walk on By, but surprisingly enjoyed Drink Dat, especially Wiz's feature. As good as this album was, Thundercat is best live, so I'll definitely making a visit to his next live tour.
More Life by Drake - What can I say about this album that hasn't already been said... Essentially this is a very new new Drake project, I sorta enjoyed Drake verses/tracks like Passionfruit or his verse or Portland but for me thats about it, I was mostly just waiting for the next feature to come along (inb4 "BATMAN DUHNUHNIUH-DUH-NUH"). Won't be coming back to much.
The Doors by The Doors - So this is the first of many 60's to 80's rock albums you'll see on this chart. I've been listening to Break On Through (To The Other Side) all week, so I figured why not listen to the album it came from, and wooooow was it good. There's a reason every guy over 42 puts Jim Morrison on Hendrix's level, this man could make jams. If you fuck with some good rock give this a spin (also have more reccs below)
Ok Computer by Radiohead - According to music news its the 20th anniversary of this album right around now even though the earliest release of this album was late May (in Japan nonetheless, it didnt reach NA/UK till June). Anyways, happy birthday to this album, would probably be my number 1 this week if you could scrobble vinyl somehow.
Weezer by Weezer - So I actually never really listened to this album properly till this week, and its really fucking good (my knee-jerk reaction to pretty much every album this week probably I'm currently going thru the best albums that the last century has to offer...). I've been addicted to Buddy Holly all week but now I'm fucking with In The Garage and Surf Wax America heavy too.
Violent Femmes by Violent Femmes - Good shit by a band I just recently discovered. Add It Up is the other track I've been playing all week, one of the stronger tracks on the album along with Prove My Love and Blister in the Sun, all of which I preferred. Also I just learned that Gnarls Barkley's performance of Gone Daddy Gone is actually a cover of the original from this album. Yeah, go figure.
Remain in Light by The Talking Heads - I really like Once in a Lifetime but this album annoyed me so much at points that I just turned it off. Guess even Brian Eno couldn't keep me going today.
Shameless Self-Promotion by Sloppy Meateaters - So this is a very very niche skate punk record which is most well known for its use in Razor Freestyle Scooter (a PS1 game about scooters. Fucking Scooters.). Anyways I grew up with this game and I really think it started a rock/punk foundation for a 4 year old me to end up having a 5x5 like this one. Wouldn't even recommend it to anyone else though haha
Adolescents by Adolescents - More punk/skate punk shit, Amoeba is a great track that you've prolly heard in GTA V (on Channel X)
Power, Corruption, and Lies - So this album is most popular for it's cover being a Supreme hoodie. Then second most popular for its cover being on a $7k Raf Simons Parka. Which (despite the fact that the latter of those two is honestly one of my favourite pieces of art) is a shame, considering how fucking good this is. The tracks were great, but man oh man, I loved that guitar sound is straight out of the 80's new wave genre that included bands such as...
Are We Not Men? We Are Devo by Devo - Devo! One of my favourite 80's era bands, so weird and zany yet so cohesively ear-catching. Not much to say about this album other than it's a big ol weird glob of awesome, give it a spin if that description doesn't turn you off (or at least check out some of their stuff on youtube). Gotta love the Mothersbaugh brothers, RIP Robert.