Resequence: The National: I Am Easy to Find
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Resequence: The National: I Am Easy to Find

I Am Easy to Find is a long ride with some questionable sequencing choices. A handful of unnecessary moments drag the album down.

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Resequence: Wilco: A Ghost is Born
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Resequence: Wilco: A Ghost is Born

A Ghost Is Born is a really difficult album to love. One of our writers tries to fix that.

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Resequence: Queens of the Stone Age: Lullabies to Paralyze
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Resequence: Beatles: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
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Resequence: Beatles: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

The revisions of new generations have gradually lessened the album’s place at the top of the canon, elevating the likes of Revolver and Abbey Road to the top…

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Resequence: Jens Lekman: I Know What Love Isn’t
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Resequence: Jens Lekman: I Know What Love Isn’t

Let’s embrace the themes, cut the slender songwriting and house some homeless B-sides to create a truly cohesive album.

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Resequence: Rihanna: Anti
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Resequence: Rihanna: Anti

Resequence: Prince: Sign ‘O’ the Times
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Resequence: Prince: Sign ‘O’ the Times

Of all the double albums you could possibly resequence to eliminate filler or sharpen thematic focus, none is at first blush less ripe for pruning and rearrangement than…

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Resequence: Radiohead: King of Limbs
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Resequence: Radiohead: King of Limbs

Even as a The King of Limbs defender, and one of the few people on the planet who prefers it to A Moon Shaped Pool, I know Radiohead’s…

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Resequence: Pavement: Wowee Zowee
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Resequence: Pavement: Wowee Zowee

What’s presented here is a version of Wowee Zowee that exercises just a little bit more control while still being true to the band’s chaotic spirit.

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Resequence: Katy B: On a Mission
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Resequence: Katy B: On a Mission

On a Mission rightfully deserved its Mercury nomination, but a few tweaks might have netted a win.

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