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The Best ODESZA Albums, Ranked

Updated October 2, 2019 61 votes 26 voters 1.2k views3 items

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We're ranking the best Odesza albums of all time. One of the best EDM duos, Odesza's discography features several popular songs, like "Say My Name" and "Higher Ground." What is the greatest Odesza album ever?

From their debut album Summer's Gone to their 2017 album A Moment Apart, this list of Odesza albums also includes their 2014 album In Return, which features singles "All We Need" and "Sun Models."

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

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    A Moment Apart

    1. Intro
    2. A Moment Apart
    3. Higher Ground (feat. Naomi Wild)
    4. Boy
    5. Line of Sight (feat. WYNNE & Mansionair)
    6. Late Night
    7. Across the Room (feat. Leon Bridges)
    8. Meridian
    9. Everything at Your Feet (feat. The Chamanas)
    10. Just a Memory (feat. Regina Spektor)
    11. Divide (feat. Kelsey Bulkin)
    12. Thin Floors and Tall Ceilings
    13. La Ciudad
    14. Falls (feat. Sasha Sloan)
    15. Show Me
    16. Corners of the Earth (feat. RY X)

    Pitchfork score: 5.8/10

    • Release Date: 2017
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    In Return

    1. Always This Late
    2. Say My Name (feat. Zyra)
    3. Bloom
    4. All We Need (feat. Shy Girls)
    5. Sundara
    6. White Lies (feat. Jenni Potts)
    7. Kusanagi
    8. Echoes (feat. Py)
    9. It's Only (feat. Zyra)
    10. Koto
    11. Memories That You Call (feat. Monsoonsiren)
    12. Sun Models (feat. Madelyn Grant)
    13. For Us (feat. Briana Marela)

    • Release Date: 2014
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    Summer's Gone

    1. Intro
    2. How Did I Get Here
    3. I Want You 
    4. Above The Middle 
    5. We Were Young 
    6. Today 
    7. Tuytus 
    8. Rely 
    9. Hey Now 
    10. If You Don't (feat. Cumulus) 
    11. Don't Stop
    12. I Play You Listen 

    • Release Date: 2012
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