Hall of Fame: Class of 2010 - Umphrey's McGee

Hall of Fame: Class of 2010

Umphrey's McGee

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2011-06-28
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

  • ℗ 2011 Umphrey's McGee

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
All In Time Umphrey's McGee 19:52 USD Album Only
2
JaJunk Umphrey's McGee 16:37 USD Album Only
3
Nothing Too Fancy Umphrey's McGee 18:32 USD Album Only
4
2x2 Umphrey's McGee 16:09 USD Album Only
5
Rocker 2 Umphrey's McGee 9:17 USD 0.99
6
Bridgeless Umphrey's McGee 14:01 USD Album Only
7
Conduit Umphrey's McGee 12:02 USD Album Only
8
In the Kitchen Umphrey's McGee 14:10 USD Album Only
9
Wappy Sprayberry Umphrey's McGee 18:44 USD Album Only
10
Bridgeless Umphrey's McGee 5:13 USD 0.99
11
The Linear Umphrey's McGee 12:11 USD Album Only
12
Utopian Fir Umphrey's McGee 3:00 USD 0.99
13
Night Nurse Umphrey's McGee 8:12 USD 0.99
14
Utopian Fir (Continued) Umphrey's McGee 8:51 USD 0.99
15
All In Time Umphrey's McGee 7:54 USD 0.99
16
Girlfriend Is Better Umphrey's McGee 12:04 USD Album Only

Reviews

  • Best Band in the World Ruined by Vocals

    4
    By Cowbell-Challenged
    It is completely beyond me how a band that can create such amazing music often ruins their songs with poor lyrics and vocals imaginable. Think of every great prog, metal, and rock band for the last four decades—Yes, Crimson, Dream Theater, the Dead, Phish, Mahavishnu, Porcupine Tree, the Police, Ozric Tentacles, Talking Heads, U2, NIN—and imagine all that stellar musicianship put into ONE SINGLE BAND. The weak point of the band is its vocals, which are too often Just Not Good Enough. This music is SO good that it DOESN'T NEED VOCALS. My original review of this album was a three-star; but after a week of listening to this album, and buying more UMcG albums, I've changed my mind. I'm the idiot here, in a way, since the example I gave in my previous review as having some of the most insipid lyrics ("Wappy Sprayberry") I now think is one of the best songs ever written (by any band). I do think that UMcG's work is spotty and not very consistent. But if you buy, say, ten albums or so, you can cull about 20-40% from each album and build a stellar six-hour playlist. UMcG are worth it: keep digging, pass by the weak tunes, and savor the good ones—they perform some of the best music made in decades.
  • Minus One for diginoise

    4
    By NIcknameTakenPlsChooseAnother
    The content and caressing is stellar as expected, I'd give it 5 if it weren't for the crummy mastering job on the transitions. The diginoise between tracks is a real distraction and is actually painful in some cases.
  • Great Comp

    5
    By titlesong
    This along with Phish's recent Live Bait Vol. 5, are about as good as it gets when it comes to focused, intense, face-melting jams. Highly recommended if you're on the fence about this one being a compilation. One question (this is not a complaint towards the album or itunes). I'm an old-schooler still new to the downloading thing, and i have clicks (digi-pops?) between the tracks. Is this normal, or can i do something to get rid of them?
  • Muscular Musicianship for the Masses

    5
    By JBartlet
    A sonically stellar live offering that showcases the bands ability to compose meaningful compositions on the spot. Don't be scared by the lengthy versions, there is meat on these bones. This album contains many of the definitive live moments of 2010 without a doubt. Add it to the collection and turn it up. \m/
  • UMPHREYS!!!!!

    5
    By Cody Dealer
    \m/\m/

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