COLLiDE staff shares their album in heaviest rotation
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With the constant updates of best new music, the staff here at COLLiDE shares their favorite album in heaviest rotation, new and old.

Over the course of the next few weeks, we’ll be updating this list with our staff picks of most listened to records of the week with a couple of wildcard topics here and there. What’s in your heaviest rotation?


Carla Contreras

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Album in heaviest rotation: How Will You Know If You Never Try? by COIN: COIN’s sophomore record was the meteorite that impacted my world in 2017 like no other. It’s been on a loop ever since and will continue to be on a loop until their highly anticipated third record. Album highlights: “Don’t Cry, 2020” & “Feeling”


Jack Federman

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Album in heaviest rotation: Zammuto by Zammuto: If you love the Books you will love Zammuto. I don’t know how to sell this album more than that.”


Frances Welch

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Album in heaviest rotation: Close It Quietly by Frankie Cosmos: This album just came out and I can’t stop listening to it. It’s pretty emo and 21 tracks of fairly monotonous content, but that’s also the beauty of it. My top tracks so far are “So Blue” and “Never Would.” Give it a listen, especially if you’re sad.”


Monique Gilbert

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Album in heaviest rotation: Better Oblivion Community Center by Better Oblivion Community Center: I love songwritery sad songs. Great storytelling!”


Molly Kodros

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Album in heaviest rotation:Be The Cowboy by Mitski: Long time Mitski fan here 🙂 ”


William Bearden

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Album in heaviest rotation:It’s Time to Decide – At All Cost: Since it’s release, I have never gone more than a week without jamming it. Political, influential, and gripping. “

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