Deadmau5 Albums Ranked

Joel Thomas Zimmerman (born January 5, 1981), known professionally as Deadmau5 is a Canadian electronic music producer, DJ, and musician. He mainly produces progressive house music, though he also produces and DJs other genres of electronic music, including techno under the alias Testpilot. Zimmerman has received six Grammy Award nominations for his work. He has worked with other DJs and producers, such as Rob Swire, Wolfgang Gartner, Sofia Toufa, and Kaskade. He has also collaborated with Steve Duda under the group name BSOD (Better Sounding On Drugs), and was part of the group named WTF? with Duda, Tommy Lee and DJ Aero. In 2007, he founded his own record label, Mau5trap. Deadmau5 is currently one of the highest-paid electronic music producers in the world and is a masked music artist similar to Marshmello and Daft Punk. His works have been included in compilation albums such as Tiësto’s In Search of Sunrise 6: Ibiza and presented on Armin van Buuren’s A State of Trance radio show. Here are all of Deadmau5’s albums ranked.

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10. Stuff I Used To Do (2017)

“I think if this is what deadmau5 used to do, he needs to go back to doing it. This is the most consistently-good album he has put out.”

stuff i used to do by deadmau5 on Amazon Music -

9. Where’s The Drop? (2018)

“This album was really great to listen to. Having heard DM’s electronic original versions before, and being familiar with orchestral music, the comparison between the two was interesting to hear. This is a very specific project that may not appeal to all fans, but I adored it. There’s not a misstep from beginning to end, which you can’t always say about every deadmau5 album.”

there's the drop! : deadmau5

8. 7 (2013)

“Sometimes you stumble over something that just really has an effect on you. Sometimes good, sometimes bad. I trip over Deadmau5 basically tooling around on you tube, and the immediate effect from note one was intensely good. I’ve become a serious fan in the last month or so.”

7 | Deadmau5 Wiki | Fandom

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7. Get Scraped (2005)

“This album is great; most of the tracks have great composition, and they all are great tracks inspired by the 90’s electronic music scene. However sometimes that leads to a degrade in quality, or an upgrade in quality where it wasn’t needed. The album has a bunch of surprises, but don’t expect to be intrigued once it comes.”

Deadmau5 - Get Scraped - Reviews - Album of The Year

6. W:/2016ALBUM/ (2016)

“This is Deadmau5 at his best. One of my favorite albums of his. It has a lot of variety in the tracks on this CD. Even though I’ve only had this CD for a short time i have listened to it many times already. If you like this try 5 years of Mau5. It is a 2 cd album that has some his best songs and the second cd has remixes of disc one.”

Review: Deadmau5's 'W:/2016ALBUM/' - Rolling Stone

5. >Album Title Goes Here< (2012)

“Deadmau5 stands out as a very different producer of our time. He definitely has his own style unlike others and it’s not for everyone. I didn’t warm to this album until recently and after having it for over a week and playing it nearly every day in parts I can say it’s really very good.”

Deadmau5 – > Album Title Goes Here < (2012, 256kbps, File) - Discogs

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4. 4×4=12 (2010)

“A good record and I completely understand why a previous reviewer called it a “guilty pleasure”. This isn’t innovative music by any account, in fact most of it is quite stale (the build-up, the inevitable drop, some dubstep thrown in), but these house compositions are catchy, retain your attention throughout and ultimately prove to be satisfying.”

4x4=12 - Music

3. For Lack Of A Better Name (2009)

“I’ve been exercising to techno, electro, trance type music for a few years but usually just got nibs off my sons mp3 downloads. Lately I really needed some new exercise music and while I was searching I came across Deadmau5. I am so glad I discovered his music because I can’t stop listening to it. I would love to see him live but I guess this will have to do. Love the Ghosts stuff, FML, Strobe and the others. I just love his music.”

For Lack Of A Better Name - Album by deadmau5 | Spotify

2. Random Album Title (2008)

“After daily repeated listening during my long work commutes spanning the last couple months, this album has continued to stay on top and will easily remain in my short stack of favorites. While I recently raved about the electronic music in the soundtrack for “The Social Network”, this album is so much more alive and richly textured. And the one track that has voice loops, “Sometimes Things Get, Whatever”, reminds me of why I originally got into industrial music and has helped re-invite songs such as Ministry’s “The Nature of Love” to my car stereo. Of course, the genres of these other albums are different, but what makes this album especially unique are all the varied musical influences that come to the surface after repeated listening. While attempting to find other albums like “Random Album Title”, I have come across a lot of homemade lists of recommendations, but none so far has fit the bill, including other works by deadmau5.”

deadmau5 - Random Album Title Lyrics and Tracklist | Genius

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1. while(1<2) (2014)

“I had this feeling, listening to some snippets of these songs, and just in general, that deadmau5 was influenced by Trent Reznor- truth! I was also looking for something a little newer that had the Nine Inch Nails quality, but was not NIN or from 10 years ago… so this works perfectly. Very talented man.”

Album Review: deadmau5 - while(1<2) | Consequence of Sound