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    September 2014
  • WillemKauf

    Easily the worst Kanye album. Still good though Calling this the best Kanye album is like calling Skyward Sword the best Zelda game, it's just wrong. [2]

    August 2014
  • GeeAl

    Full of quotables.

    May 2014
  • Kecksohn

    he wanted more mainstream appeal so he made this album. Good thing he used the success for 808, MBDTF and Yeezus.

    April 2014
  • mahgeneration

    Calling this the best Kanye album is like calling Skyward Sword the best Zelda game, it's just wrong.

    March 2014
  • MikelMeneses

    this or mbdtf are easily his best

    October 2013
  • SimonePerrota

    Jay-Z's performances are lazy and I could say the same for some of the production but the album, as a whole, is sequenced well and all the tracks are coupled together perfectly according to tone and theme. It follows the neat and tidy template of The Blueprint (and to a lesser extent The Black Album) in all but song quality... if all of the existing songs were simply improved (especially Dre's late album contributions) then Kingdom Come would be almost perfect. If it's an album of two halves, then both halves make sense. The second part of the album (minus the singles-in-waiting (Anything and Hollywood)) is clearly deliberately designed as a more sober contrast to the euphoria and nostalgia that a comeback brings and essentially details what Jay-Z got up to between 03-06. Trouble and Dig A Hole obviously pale in comparison to Renegade or Lucifer however...

    October 2013
  • SimonePerrota

    Also, I'm not just looking as Graduation as an exceptional pop rap album. I see the nuances.

    September 2013
  • SimonePerrota

    I think we can all agree that Graduation is more thematically accomplished than its predecessors and a step forward for Kanye as far as organizing/sequencing goes - regardless as to whether or not the titles of his first two albums are to be taken as literally.

    September 2013
  • SimonePerrota

    "Raw" isn't necessarily disciplined. As a matter of fact, I think most people would tend to associate the word raw with something conspicuously UNDISCPLINED more often than not. I think the production on TCD and LR has a deliberately loose and unfinished feel - it fits well with the autobiographical prose and nostalgic undercurrent. The College Dropout and Late Registration quite simply have better songs than Graduation and there's a fantastic, almost dizzying, topical flair on display, despite the sprawl/spillover. I don't think Graduation is better than debut and sophomore by virtue of being less flawed/more focused. There's such a thing as a well put together album that falls a bit flat - Jay-Z's Kingdom Come for instance. Graduation is, however, a fantastic addition to his discography and is perhaps slightly underrated by some. As far as which albums are better than which, let's please just agree to disagree. All three albums have their strongpoints.

    September 2013
  • xVTSWx

    There are some good tracks here, but the rest is... meh.

    September 2013
  • ChrisPauI

    MBDTF > College Dropout > Late Registration > Graduation

    August 2013
  • Sir_LePaul

    I really loved this album. Still one of my faves from him. It shows his more eclectic side. Drunk & Hot Girls is still a flawless joint!

    July 2013
  • Mr-West07

    i really enjoyed this album more than Late Registration. This is possibly my favorite album of his. [3]

    July 2013
  • vanillatape

    it is indeed a very ambitious record; however, it also has a sense of fulfillment that's very touching.

    July 2013
  • iamunapologetic

    1 milhão de ouvintes

    July 2013
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    June 2013
  • bronze_animals

    I can see why people love this but I can't help thinking it's his worst solo album, there are some great moments like I Wonder and Flashing Lights but I can't get into the mood of some of the others, anyway, having this brilliantly ambitious pop album as my least favourite out of the 6 is pretty impressive on his part

    June 2013
  • DickBigems

    I agree that Graduation is leaner because of less skits and stuff, but not more cohesive. They're all pretty cohesive in their own right I think.

    June 2013
  • unusualb

    champion, can't tell me nothing, flashing lights.

    May 2013
  • Levimon

    dat flow all over the place. maybe i should learn how to type or something, i dunno. i kinda stick to home row, but this is mostly just from practice and muscle memory, ya heard

    May 2013
  • x_TMMC

    Damn, the plays.....

    March 2013
  • BinoChrist

    Is there any other rap album out there with such an ambitious aesthetic?

    February 2013
  • Tageee

    so much fun to listen to, I fall back in love with him every time I pop this in

    November 2012
  • alefone

    Excuse me, is you saying something?

    August 2012
  • EdWunclerThaDon

    i really enjoyed this album more than Late Registration. This is possibly my favorite album of his.

    August 2012
  • Exzart

    His Best

    July 2012
  • dizinho2

    One of my all time fav cover arts. [2]

    June 2012
  • SimonePerrota

    Great album but it's not touching the rawness of his first two. It makes a point to sound more accessible but sounds a little like a glossed up retread... yes there's a lot of clever wordplay and hints at full blown hedonism etc. but it's just not as effective. When you invest a lot of personal ish (as he did with TCD and LR) and it shows it's difficult to outdo. Still Kanye's pop sensibilities are really magnified here and that's what makes Graduation a success on it's own terms.

    May 2012
  • imakemydeals

    his best album, you can tell he really enjoyed making the tracks and the album has a really big "i made it" feel. just like the title says, he graduated.

    April 2012
  • Timppa2000

    One of my all time fav cover arts. Murakami<3

    April 2012
  • Syllabic

    50 told me go 'head switch your style up and if they hate then let em hate and watch the money pile up.

    April 2012
  • volver

    This and 808s & Heartbreak were his most disappointing albums, for me.

    April 2012
  • PiantaPink

    BEST album.

    February 2012
  • lyle_catcliffe

    "So I spit some shit on some Kanye shit and I ain't talkin' goin' hard shit- I'm talkin' poop shit, I shit all over Yeezy and he like "thank you Weezy", Graduation such an ego trip it more like Masturbation, you top the chart beating fiddy and think yo in heaven, log onto Pitchfork and I turned yo 9.4 to an 8.7" - Lil Wayne, 2010.

    February 2012
  • rogueguy94

    Definitely one of his best albums

    February 2012

    Kanye West's best Album!

    December 2011
  • robynivanova

    One of THE best albums from Kanye. [2]

    September 2011
  • eightche

    Gave Mr. West a chance. This basically sucked.

    August 2011
  • quancham11

    One of THE best albums from Kanye.

    June 2011
  • BPMorais

    STRONGER! Daft punk rocks!

    June 2011
  • Jorgeen

    Kind of awkward to think that this album is nearly 4 years old.

    May 2011
  • lovesoundd

    FAVORITE Album by Kanye. +1

    May 2011
  • nostalghia_

    Anyone still listening to this after the 10.0

    April 2011
  • laragonnadoit

    сильный альбом

    April 2011
  • x_TMMC

    FAVORITE Album by Kanye. Gotta say his BEST.

    March 2011
  • CamilleW2Ls

    Actually I's hard to pick which album is his best cause they're all so good.

    February 2011
  • CamilleW2Ls

    It's not his worse or his best imo. 808's is his worst...not saying it's bad the others are just better.

    February 2011
  • lawia17

    Love it.

    February 2011
  • tony7

    Flashing LIGHTS!

    January 2011