Music
37 voters

The Best Animal Collective Albums, Ranked

Updated July 9, 2019 275 votes 37 voters14 items

List RulesNo EPs.

We're ranking the best Animal Collective albums of all time. One of the best experimental bands from Maryland, Animal Collective's discography features several popular songs, like "Summertime Clothes" and "Peacebone." What is the greatest Animal Collective album ever?

From their debut album Spirit They're Gone, Spirit They're Vanished to their 2018 album Tangerine Reef, this list of Animal Collective albums also includes Merriweather Post Pavilion, Centipede Hz, and their live albums.

Vote up the best Animal Collective albums, and vote down the ones that were disappointing.

  • Photo: Domino

    1. In the Flowers
    2. My Girls
    3. Also Frightened
    4. Summertime Clothes
    5. Daily Routine
    6. Bluish
    7. Guys Eyes
    8. Taste
    9. Lion in a Coma
    10. No More Runnin'
    11. Brother Sport

    Pitchfork score: 9.6
     

      28
      8
      Love this album?
    • Photo: FatCat

      1. Did You See the Words
      2. Grass
      3. Flesh Canoe
      4. The Purple Bottle
      5. Bees
      6. Banshee Beat
      7. Daffy Duck
      8. Loch Raven
      9. Turn Into Something

      Pitchfork score: 9.0
       

        23
        4
        Love this album?
      • Photo: Domino

        1. Peacebone
        2. Unsolved Mysteries
        3. Chores
        4. For Reverend Green
        5. Fireworks
        6. #1
        7. Winter Wonder Land
        8. Cuckoo Cuckoo
        9. Derek

        Pitchfork score: 9.3
         

          24
          5
          Love this album?
        • Photo: FatCat

          1. Leaf House
          2. Who Could Win a Rabbit
          3. The Softest Voice
          4. Winters Love
          5. Kids on Holiday
          6. Sweet Road
          7. Visiting Friends
          8. College
          9. We Tigers
          10. Mouth Wooed Her
          11. Good Lovin Outside
          12. Whaddit I Done

          Pitchfork score: 8.9

            20
            4
            Love this album?