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When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Billie Eilish




 
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Overview

Track Listing

1 !!!!!!!
2 bad guy
3 xanny
4 you should see me in a crown
5 all the good girls go to hell
6 wish you were gay
7 when the party's over
8 8
9 my strange addiction
10 bury a friend
11 ilomilo
12 listen before i go
13 i love you
14 goodbye

 

Details

  • Genre: Rock & Pop
  • Release Date: March 2019
  • Label: Interscope (USA)
  • Format: CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Producer: Finneas O'Connell
 

Music Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Rolling Stone - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's an album full of dressed-down avant-pop with D.I.Y. immediacy and intimacy that can still hold its own amid Top 40 maximalists like Ariana Grande and Halsey. Eilish's sound is hyper-modern, but still feels classic..."

Rolling Stone - Included in Rolling Stone's "The 50 Best Albums of 2019" -- "With this stunning effort, Eilish promised to keep scaring -- and seducing -- us for years to come."

Entertainment Weekly - "[T]he preternaturally old-souled L.A. native proved to be her own kind of drug -- a master of hypnotic grumpy-cat songcraft."

Alternative Press - "Her stunning vocals are only amplified on genre-bending tracks that balance dark elements with playful ones that established her signature sound."

Billboard - "Here, Eilish draws equally from pop, trap and punk to construct a haunting dance-floor lucid dream that is at turns wicked, gorgeous and sarcastic..."

NME (Magazine) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "As the 14 tracks whittle along, that elusive and definable `sound' starts to show itself. It's remarkably agile; `Xanny', a three-part soundclash, is perhaps the best example of the sonic palette that's dipped into."

Paste (magazine) - "[H]er music, songs that emphatically encapsulate teenage angst for an existential era, is very much of this period as well."

Pitchfork (Website) - "The debut album from the meteoric pop star lives in a world of its own: gothic, bass-heavy, at turns daring and quite beautiful."

Clash (Magazine) - "This record is a complex presence, bewitching and obscure, with several stunning twists and turns, taking you on a journey through her dark and angst-ridden mind."

 

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