Assume Form - James Blake

Assume Form

James Blake

 Biography
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2019-01-18
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • A Polydor Records release; ℗ 2019 Polydor Ltd. (UK)

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Assume Form 4:49  
2
Mile High (feat. Travis Scott 3:13  
3
Tell Them (feat. Moses Sumney 3:28  
4
Into the Red 4:17  
5
Barefoot in the Park (feat. RO 3:31  
6
Can't Believe the Way We Flow 4:27  
7
Are You in Love? 3:17  
8
Where's the Catch? (feat. Andr 4:36  
9
I'll Come Too 3:42  
10
Power On 4:06  
11
Don't Miss It 4:59  
12
Lullaby for My Insomniac 3:43  

Reviews

  • Phenomenal

    5
    By Puglover 101
    One of Blakes’ best works
  • James Blake keeps us all grounded

    5
    By Claystero52
    His music keeps up grounded right where we belong. Such beautiful melody and harmony. When I listen to his music, I feel human again. I want to love everything and everyone. I want to hold my woman. I want to hold my children. We listen to his music together. I can go on and on but if you listen to his music, experience his talent, it truly speaks for itself.
  • Over and over

    5
    By StrangeProblem
    So beautiful it makes me want to cry. Layers and layers. Depth. True love.
  • Melody is alive

    5
    By LS86
    Goosebumps. Thank you Mr. Blake,
  • A masterpiece

    5
    By FactoryraT
    Please give every track a minimum of 3 listens before making a decision.
  • Hello beautiful music

    5
    By PhyllinThisWay
    Soothe my soul why don’t 'cha? This music is what I can listen to while researching, driving, thinking, relaxing, jamming, cooking, thinking...you name it!
  • This album is FIYAH

    5
    By Ear4Tunez
    James, Bro, Brother, Broham...this album here is fiyah!!! This is for audiophiles or anyone that enjoys good music. The way he meshes synthesized sounds with chords and dope beats is unbelievable! Songs get more complexed and amazing as the album flows from track to track.
  • Mmmmmm

    5
    By JKCham
    Very diverse
  • Sounds depressing

    1
    No more depressing music for me
  • A Disappointing James Blake Album

    2
    By The Fake Wizard
    On his latest record, James Blake’s musical style takes a turn for the worse. The instrumentals throughout the album are mostly interesting, but more interesting than good. Although this is probably Blake’s most accessible album to date, it is also his most unmemorable. Many of these songs aren’t horrible or aggravatingly bad, but rather dull and quite forgettable. “Into the Red”, “Barefoot in the Park” and “Lullaby for My Insomniac” are all bright spots on this LP, but tracks like “Can’t Believe the Way We Flow”, “I’ll Come Too”, and “Power On” are some of the worst songs James Blake has made in his career. What I find to be most disappointing about this album are the cheesy, lovesick lyrics littering each track of the album. James Blake has never been a great lyricist, but the lyrics featured in this album are laughably bad. Finally, the features on this album such as rappers Travis Scott and Andre 3000, don’t add much to the album; in fact, they make it worse. What was most appealing to me about James Blake’s sound on previous records was lonely, wintry aesthetic found in his songs. Adding rappers and singers ruin his sound, in my opinion. Overall, this record was pretty disappointing and is not something I see myself listening to again.

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