- Record Label: Interscope
- Release Date: Mar 29, 2019
- Summary: The debut full-length debut for the 17-year-old Los Angeles pop singer-songwriter was produced by her brother Finneas O'Connell (who also co-wrote).
- Record Label: Interscope
- Genre(s): Pop, Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Indie Electronic, Alternative Singer/Songwriter, Left-Field Pop
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|You Should See Me in a Crown|
|Bite my tongue, bide my time Wearing a warning sign Wait 'til the world is mine Visions I vandalize Cold in my kingdom size Fell for these ocean...||See the rest of the song lyrics|
Positive: 20 out of 21
Mixed: 1 out of 21
Negative: 0 out of 21
Mar 29, 2019It’s enjoyable and familiar, but retains Billie’s disruptive streak. It’s a brave and resounding first step for an artist with bags of potential and over the next decade, you’ll no doubt see popular music scrabbling to try and replicate what this album does on every level.
Mar 29, 2019When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? is a brave and fortuitous debut album from the LA teen, capturing the hopes, fears and vulnerabilities of an entire generation. The genius in this record is its unaffected relatability.
Oct 4, 2019The 17-year-old sensation takes pop iconography and musical status quo and lacerates it, opting out of femme fatale for tomboy cargos and goth macabre, and sleek soundscapes for creepy eccentrics.
Mar 29, 2019With When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, she demonstrates that she can do it all, hinting at a bright future that could truly go in any direction, as messy and hopeful as youth can get.
Mar 29, 2019In some ways the album arrives as a continuation, not an introduction.
Mar 29, 2019The highs are thrilling, and despite their obvious pedigree, arranged unlike anything else in contemporary pop. They also reveal the lows more starkly: the saccharine, coyly suggestive 8, played on a ukulele, and I Love You, which sounds suspiciously like Hallelujah, are better off left to YouTube ingenues than an artist of Eilish’s otherwise clear vision.
Mar 29, 2019For the most part, When We All Fall Asleep is stiflingly dull and bloated, with subpar production from Eilish and her brother, Finneas O’Connell (known for his time on Glee).
Positive: 185 out of 261
Mixed: 23 out of 261
Negative: 53 out of 261
Aug 30, 2020Aunque a la mayoría le arda el ano, Billie y este disco tienen bien merecidos todos los grammys que se ganó, la producción es excelente y elAunque a la mayoría le arda el ano, Billie y este disco tienen bien merecidos todos los grammys que se ganó, la producción es excelente y el estilo de las canciones si bien es bien parejo y constante, esta muy bien logrado para ser tan solo una niña, felicidades.… Expand
Jul 29, 2022Best album of the 2019 for sure and best album of the 10s decade, it has so many cool things
Mar 29, 2019Billie may even be considered a weirdo and quirky artist, but that doesn't make herself or her art a bad thing, but something different fromBillie may even be considered a weirdo and quirky artist, but that doesn't make herself or her art a bad thing, but something different from what we are used to seeing and hearing in the mainstream industry. Her debut album is a perfect formula between insanity, creativity and complexity, showing an alternative facet between electronic music and dreampop. Also, a special thanks to her brother and producer FINNEAS, he is a gatekeeper of Billie's art!… Expand
Jan 10, 2020I was at concert of Billie. The atmosphere was amazing! Album is amazing,it is the second best female album of 2019,after thanl u,next!
Aug 16, 2019Billie Eilish's debut album is deserving of the praise its getting and is an unforgettable body of work.
Apr 26, 2019This is an interesting album, though a bit overrated in my opinion. I like the creepy/dark vibe of the album cover and songs like Bury aThis is an interesting album, though a bit overrated in my opinion. I like the creepy/dark vibe of the album cover and songs like Bury a Friend and Bad Guy, but I think the album would have been much stronger if she had stuck with that sound more consistently. Instead, about half the tracks have a bit of an old-fashioned feel to them, 8 and Xanny in particular, which kind of ruins the effect. In addition, ending the album with 3 slow tracks was not a good decision, in my opinion. I think if she had chosen the best 6 or 7 tracks this could have been a pretty good EP.
Standout tracks: When the Party's Over, My Strange Addiction, Bury a Friend… Expand
Dec 7, 2019PLEEAAseeee mature. This music is emo teen bop songs that are truly lacking real substance.
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