Carly Rae Jepsen released her new album, Committed, final week. As my colleague James Rettig place it in his evaluation, Committed is “very a lot just a collection of pop songs,” some of which are fairly great, but most of which are just fine. But the CRJ stans beg to differ.

Committed now has the highest Metacritic user score of all time, placing it ahead of albums like Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly and Radiohead’s In Rainbows, each of which are also in the prime ten. It is also worth nothing at all that Switchfoot’s Hello Hurricane is #eight.

Committed’s user score is 9.four, “Universal acclaim primarily based on 368 Ratings.” Its Metascore is 80, “Generally favorable evaluations primarily based on 18 Critics.” Go off!