10Definitely the best album i have ever listened in 10 years.Well the hype was huge because we've waited for 5 years for a new album from BEP.I bought the physical deluxe edition of the album in its first week.First of all the concept of the album is perfect.The transform of the group is really successful indeed.My fave from the album is ''Electric City''.I don't know why but that song just got me so hard.The album's production is perfect.
I mean even the words are not enough to describe how good this album is.
Huge synths + amazing lines and joyful tunes.
Even Black Eyed Peas can't top this album.Their greatest work… Expand
6The E.N.D is slightly less annoying and slightly more catchy than it's predecessor 'Monkey Business' but it's not a big improvement. It's very similar to Monkey Business in that it starts off well but slowly deteriorates with fillers nearer the end. 'Boom Boom Pow' is catchy Pop/Electrofunk that encapsualtes the current 2nd wave of electro music. 'Meet Me Halfway' is another pop orientated song but is more mid tempo and it cools you down after you've just danced your ass off to 'Rock That Body'. The later tracks however, are boring and so commercial not even the pop market is yet the embrace them. These include the strange song' Now Generation', it neither embraces or criticises the world we live in today and 'One Tribe' very much like 'Union' from Monkey Business which is a forgetful song asking for world peace. The album is an improvement on Monkey Business but nothing on the albums before Fergie or Elephunk.… Expand
ixatS0You know, I'm a live and let live kind of guy, and I would happily ignore the BEP as they stormed the charts and gave 11-year-olds orgasms across the globe, but the radio is always on at my workplace. I have therefore had to hear their songs MANY MANY TIMES. And just like Nickelback, what seems merely mediocre on first listen, on the 50th starts seeming VERY VERY BAD. Aggressively bad. Deliberately stupid. Stultifying by design. Listen, I don't care how funky your beats are, but I am incapable of enjoying a song that contains the lyrics "tonight's gonna be a good good night" repeated 24 times! (This is true.) And not when they're delivered by an auto-tuned, genderless pop mannequin! Do all you fans mean to tell me that you can actually detect a smidgen of real joy or excitement in this delivery? Any inspiration whatsoever in the production? Listen, if you like cute pop music, then get the latest Royksopp album, and stop poisoning yourselves with this shit!… Expand